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    Reviews - Green Lantern Corps - #19

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A "rubber band" issue! - james meeley
Wow, I don't think I've ever seen a story that was so obviously and blatantly padded out as this one was. I mean, literally nothing of consequence happened here. If you skipped this issue, after reading the last one and went right to the next, you wouldn't miss a beat! If this story got stretched out any more, it would have been printed on rubber. The art was nice, but this tale was just filler (with several pages having no dialogue or sound effects at all). I read the thing in less than five minutes! Very disappointing!




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