Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps, Vol. 6: Zod’s Will - Review

Hal Jordan and the Corps vs General Zod and his family. It almost makes you want to say “Nuff Said.” That said, I didn’t know that Zod had a child. For the purposes of this trade, all you need to know is that he has a family and has taken Hal Jordan and Kyle Rayner as prisoners. It is up to the rest of the Corps to rescue them.

New Comic Book Day Pickups- 01.15.20



This week's pickups: 

  • Aquaman #56
  • The Batman's Grave #4
  • Crisis on Infinite Earth 100-Page Giant #1
  • The Flash #86
  • Flash Forward #5
  • Jim Henson's Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance #5
  • Justice League Odyssey #17
  • Legion of Superheroes #3
  • Lucifer #16
  • Nightwing #68
  • Punisher: Soviet #3
  • The Question: The Deaths of Vic Sage #2
  • Second Coming #6
  • Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen #7
  • Teen Titans #38
  • Undiscovered Country #3


Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps, Vol. 5: Twilight of the Guardians - Review

This trade is a nice quick read compared to the prior volume, in page length alone. Robert Venditti continues a solid run, showing a strong understanding of the Green Lantern universe and the principal Green Lantern characters. In what seems to be a recurring theme in modern Green Lantern lore, Guardians of the Universe are murdered, further reducing their numbers. As a result, we get an adventure of Hal Jordan, John Stewart, Guy Gardner, and Kyle Rayner all working together to solve who is killing the Guardians and stop any more from dying.

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps, Vol. 4: Fracture - Review

A lot is tackled in this volume. Robert Venditti picks up where he left off, with the united Green Lantern and Sinestro Corps working with each other to help police the universe and re-establish trust in the Corps. Not everything that is as contentious as these two factions can last together in a long peace. While I won’t detail what breaks them apart, I will say that I was a little sad to see it go.