3rd Printing At Ferris Aircraft, it has started to rain, and Carol Ferris is lost in thought by Jordan's old plane. Cover by Ethan Van Sciver. The Spectre Supporting Characters: 1. That said, "Green Lantern: Rebirth" #1 moves surprisingly slow for a book meant to hook new readers. This book is just beautifully illustrated. A turning point in the history of the Green Lanterns begins here, in a 6-issue miniseries written by fan-favorite Geoff Johns (TEEN TITANS, THE FLASH) with art by Ethan Van Sciver (New X-Men, THE FLASH: IRON HEIGHTS)! Guess we'll find out. 2 (2019) Hal Jordan’s 2004 comeback begins! But redemption may not be what Jordan himself needs...or wants. Carol Ferris 2. In "Green Lanterns: Rebirth" #1, Geoff Johns, Sam Humphries, Ethan Van Sciver and Ed Benes set up the new "Green Lanterns" series, but the book barely gets moving before it comes to an end. With their novice status being played up here (which feels like a little bit of a stretch for Simon, who got his ring back in 2012), we're clearly seeing their learning process start to unfold. Part of the "Green Lantern: Rebirth" storyline. In the end, though, this just isn't as fun as one would want "Green Lanterns: Rebirth" #1 to be. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
I'm a lover of all things dealing with Hal Jordan, but I've never been too fond of the other human Lantern Corps members. Batman Never Gave Batgirl One of the Best Perks of Being a Sidekick, Spider-Man: Black Cat Just Stood Up to One of Marvel's Greatest Avengers, Spawn: Armageddon - How Heaven and Hell's Final Battle Changed Spawn Forever, The Savage Avengers and Agents of Atlas Are Facing Marvel's BIGGEST Threats, Disney's Christmas 2020 Advert Might Just Make You Cry, Netflix Picks Up Arnold Schwarzenegger Spy Series, Bethesda's Deathloop Sets Release Date With Launch Trailer. I've only made it into the New 52 Green Lantern series far enough to read the first volume that contains Simon Baz. Ethan Van SciverPeter Steigerwald He becomes the Spectre and saves the pilot, but the Spectre chastises him, saying that the pilot was sinless and would have been welcomed to Heaven. i don't like green lantern that much i think he's the most useless superhero in JLA but my first encounter with him makes me change my mind a bit. Not rating these rebirth titles as they're just one issue and it seems unfair to rate them off a few pages, but this is definitely worth picking up! Written by Geoff Johns. 0 Green Lantern: Rebirth #1 - Rebirth by ajshadowhawk on August 16, 2013. DC Database is a FANDOM Movies Community. This book shows both Baz and Cruz dealing with their civilian lives when they each receive a call on their Lantern ring to report to the moon. ... Green Lantern: Rebirth #1. All rights reserved. Two hitchhikers are near and enter to find Kyle Rayner, unwilling to use his ring, and passes out, only saying "It has a name".
Green Lantern Hal Jordan was one of the DC Universe's greatest heroes, till tragedy made him one of its worst villains. Jessica Cruz & Simon Baz seemed like those typical characters which are forced into comics in name of diversity. I really like the female Green Lantern and it is fun to have two different Green Lanterns. This issue is a variant of Green Lantern: Rebirth (DC, 2004 series) #1 [First Printing].There exist further variants. Good start to a new volume of Green Lanterns and I think I'm going to follow this one. So...pretty much like kids during any other... Creative powerhouse Geoff Johns puts the ring on again as he, co-writer Sam Humphries and artist Ethan Van Sciver debut a new era of emerald greatness! The Simpsons: Who Was Chip Davis, the SECRET Sixth Simpson? Green Lantern: Rebirth (2004) issue #1. As he fades away, Hal tells Arrow that something feels wrong. Written by Geoff Johns.
Nice set up for the series, plus with any team work building exercise it's bound to turn out horrific but it looks like it's gonna be good to read. On the other hand, the splash showing the Justice League near the end of the issue comes off as strangely stiff and cold; Wonder Woman's face is so obscured that it looks off-putting, and the zippy nature of the Flash off to one side feels at odds with the frozen nature of the other characters on the page.