And Then I Read: GREEN LANTERN CORPS 57

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This issue is mostly fighting, with interludes of talking about fighting. It’s a Brightest Day tie-in, which kind of explains why Firestorm is here, though his presence is somewhat gratuitous. Then you have The Weaponer and his gang, the Green Lantern Corps, and Sinestro and his gang, all mixing it up in varying amounts. Did I mention we’re on Qward, the Weaponer’s home in the anti-universe? That hardly matters, though, one battlefield looks much like another.

The art by Tyler Kirkham and Batt is fine. They do action quite well, and in those brief moments when the characters are allowed to express some other emotion than anger, they handle that well, too. There’s not a whole lot to engage me here, though. And next issue: more war.

Mildly recommended.

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