Green Lantern: The Wrath of the First Lantern Review

Green Lantern: The Wrath of the First Lantern

By Geoff Johns, Peter J. Tomasi, Tony Bedard, Peter Milligan, Doug Mahnke, Fernando Pasarin, Aaron Kuder, Miguel Sepulveda

Comics’ hottest writer Geoff Johns continues his historic run on one of the best-reviewed and best-selling titles of DC Comics The New 52, GREEN LANTERN, in this crossover event! 
The Wrath of the First Lantern is here as the Green Lanterns battle the Guadians of Oa and the Third Army, but who will win and at what cost? And as First Lantern moves on the brightest of the Corps for his reality altering experiments, we learn the shocking fate of Hal and Sinestro in this must read crossover event!

Summary from Goodreads.

The Wrath of the First Lantern is a compilation of issues from Green Lanterns, Green Lantern Corps, and Red Lanterns from the New 52.

We follow the mainly follow the first lantern throughout this entire volume, as his is the backbone of this story.

The storyline is very easy to follow. Without trying to spoil too much, the first lantern is there with the guardians at the creation of the lantern corps, and has just comeback and now the current Green, Red and Yellow Lanterns have to deal with what he brings to the universe.

The colours used are very well balanced. Aside from the abundance of green, yellow and red colours used, every panel was never over powered by these three dominant colours. I cannot imagine how hard it must be to be a part of the illustrators for anything connected to the lanterns as your colour palette is just so limited.

I always love reading anything from the Green Lanterns, and this was no exception.


Check it out on Goodreads here.

Purchase it on Amazon here.


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