And Then I Read: GREEN LANTERN 29


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While these are desperate times for the Green Lantern Corps, this issue does not feel panicked. Instead we get a breather from some of the impending action for some calmer stories. Hal Jordan visits Earth, then back on Mogo forms a privy council of fellow Corps members, having finally realized he needs help leading the group. Walker debates with Mogo, a secret stash is found,  and finally action is accomplished in an unexpected attack by Hal and company on an enemy world. Nicely written by Robert Venditti. The art is by two pencillers, Billy Tan and Martin Coccolo. Tan’s work looks good, the other not so much, with some rather ugly faces and poses. One has to begin somewhere, I suppose. Overall, not a bad issue.


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