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Green Lantern: Brightest Day [Format Kindle]

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Exploding out of BLACKEST NIGHT comes the next exciting chapter in the Green Lantern mythos: “New Guardians”! Forced to band together during the rise of the Black Lanterns, Hal Jordan, Sinestro, Carol Ferris, Saint Walker, Atrocitus, Indigo-1 and Larfleeze must agree to disagree if their next mission is to succeed. But when one of the strangest beings from Green Lantern’s past returns, the future of the Lanterns and the universe at large once again falls into question.

Biographie de l'auteur

Geoff Johns is Chief Creative Officer of DC Entertainment. He has written highly acclaimed stories starring Superman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Teen Titans and The Justice Society of America. He is the author of the New York Times bestselling graphic novels GREEN LANTERN: RAGE OF THE RED LANTERNS, GREEN LANTERN: SINESTRO CORPS WAR, JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA: THY KINGDOM COME and SUPERMAN: BRAINIAC, and is the author of DC Comics' biggest, most recent events, BLACKEST NIGHT and BRIGHTEST DAY. Johns has also written episodes of the TV series Smallville and Robot Chicken. He is writing the story of the DC Universe Online massively multiplayer action game from Sony Online Entertainment LLC.

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  • Editeur : DC Comics (18 décembre 2012)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Les entités de couleurs 8 octobre 2011
Ce tome fait suite à Blackest Night, et Blackest Night - Green Lantern. Il contient les épisodes 53 à 62 de la série "Green Lantern", ainsi que 6 pages retraçant l'origine de Dex-Starr (le chat Red Lantern), et 4 pages d'introduction à War of the Green Lanterns.

C'est le grand retour d'Hector Hammond ! Mais si, il était apparu dans quelques pages de Green Lantern Rebirth et dans quelques pages de Green Lantern Secret Origin. À l'insu des différents porteurs d'anneaux de couleur, un individu mystérieux à décidé de donner la chasse aux Entités, les créatures incarnant les émotions de chacune des 7 couleurs. Cet individu a déjà réussi à capturer Parallax, l'entité jaune, celle de la peur. Sur Terre, Sinestro vient brutalement demander l'aide d'Hal Jordan pour parlementer avec la Lanterne Blanche. Cette dernière informe Hal Jordan que 4 des Entités (Predator, Ophidian, Adara et Butcher) sont actuellement sur terre à la recherche d'hôtes et qu'il appartient à Jordan de les retrouver pour les protéger d'une menace indéterminée.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 In the aftermath of Blackest Night, Green Lantern has to deal with the events of Brightest Day with both friends and foes. A+!!! 28 juin 2011
Par R. A. McDowell - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié|Achat vérifié
Blackest Night is a hard act to follow, but Brightest Day does so nicely. I don't think Brightest Day is quite as action packed as Blackest Night, but it is nonetheless excellently written and beautifully illustrated. I especially like the in depth character developments for Attrocitus and Larfleeze, who we actually come to care for to some degree. And it's ALWAYS nice to see the interactions between Carol Ferris/Star Sapphire and Hal Jordan. The artwork, both from the coloring and pencils, is spectacular on every single page, and adds tremendously to the story, which actually takes a step back from the greater mystery that is happening in the main Brightest Day story line. But in all honesty, my absolute favorite part of the book was the small origin story for the feline Red Lantern, Dex-Starr. I remember thinking when I first saw his character, is that Red Lantern a CAT!? Indeed, it was. And this provides a small little back story for how he became a Red Lantern. And let me tell you, the art and writing captured the emotions PURRfectly. See what I did there? LOL I literally welled up reading that part, and it just showed me how absolutely talented he is, that Geoff Johns can write something that seemingly silly, and make it amazing. All in all, this is another great installment in the Green Lantern saga, and if you're a fan of the GL mythos, then you won't be disappointed by this.

Thanks so much for your time folks.
Sincerely, R.A. McDowell
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Awesome! 28 juin 2011
Par zombie phreak - Publié sur Amazon.com
So this is the follow up to Blackest Night. All of the members of the different Lantern Corps are there and they all fit their parts quite well. Hal is noble and funny as always, Carol is there and is still dropping hints that she still loves him and wants him to dump Cowgirl and have him be with her. St. Walker is all hopeful and Sinestro is all conceited and self-centered like always.

However the two biggest characters I felt were Atrocious and Larfleeze. We find how more about the history of Larfleeze and why he is so greedy and always trying to acquire more objects. I can't say that we really find out more about the history of Atrocious, but we do find out that he considers his quest a holy one and that he thinks that he is above judgement for what he is trying to accomplish.

The bonus story at the end for Dex-Starr, the Red Lantern who is an adorable little kitty was pretty cool and was something I really enjoyed reading about.

The artwork for the book is pretty consistent and there are virtually no plotholes that I can think of. The ending of the book involves the Justice League trying to get Hal to open up to then and they offer their help, telling them that they are his friends and want to help him. But he declines their help and states this is something only the different Lantern Corps can handle.

This is a definite must have for all fans of the Green Lantern!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Green Lantern keeps on rollin' 31 mai 2012
Par Hitmanclark - Publié sur Amazon.com
I've read every issue of Green Lantern from the time Geoff Johns took over with "Rebirth" through "Blackest Night." I'd heard some mixed thoughts on "The New Guardians," the anticipated follow-up to "Blackest Night" that is collected in this volume.

I'm pleased to say I completely disagree with any negative reviews this volume has gotten. It's tremendous.

Geoff Johns doesn't skip a beat here, continuing to write an action-packed, interesting, character-driven and, most importantly, FUN comic book. Johns' dialogue is spot-on, particularly between the characters of Hal Jordan, Sinestro and Carol "Star Sapphire" Ferris. Doug Mahnke's artwork is superb, bringing out-of-this-world characters like Atrocitus, Larfleeze and Saint Walker to vivid life.

The best part of the book, though, is the character development. We see, for one of the first times, genuine development in my favorite Green Lantern side character, Larfleeze, in addition to the spectacular comedy he always brings. Atrocitus gets an entire chapter dedicated to his quest for the rage entity known as The Butcher. Here we see Atrocitus in a more relatable light than usual. Hal Jordan, of course, is the focus of the story, as he deals with the fallout from Blackest Night and the many issues left unresolved at the end of that arc.

All in all, this book was a blast, far more interesting than the main Brightest Day mini-series. It also ends on a cliffhanger that left me chomping at the bit for "War of the Green Lanterns."

This is Geoff Johns at his best.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 In Brightest Day... 24 juin 2011
Par Slim Cat - Publié sur Amazon.com
Green Lantern: Brightest Day is the epically awesome follow up to the very good but disappointing Green Lantern: Blackest Night. Overall, the entire Blackest Night saga was a bit of a letdown with the whole zombies from a given character's past are resurrected and chase said character trying to get them emotionally worked up (not too hard to due cause they are frickin' zombies!) and literally tear their hearts out. In Green Lantern: Blackest Night it was a jammed packed, convoluted, solely action driven piece to where "The New Guardians" (don't want to give any spoilers for that one but Hal and a few others of different corps) were forced together on the spot to avoid death. Geoff Johns wrote a really good story but not great.

Johns rebounds very nicely in Green Lantern: Brightest Day. "The New Guardians" are explored in a "brighter" (hahahohohehe) light! They have a new conflict to confront, the rescuing the emotional entities of their respective cores from a malevolent force. The great thing in this collection is the audience is given more reason to why these characters care about this crisis and what motivates them to begin with, with the exception of maybe Hal and Sinestro but you should know theirs by now...

It was great to get a better understanding of Attricious and Larfleeze (he's got some great lines in this!) The action does not suffer either because let's face it, this is a sci-fi, space opera, superhero action piece, but it's nice to get some character depth from these imaginary beings who entertain us so. Even the main antagonist has some deep seeded beliefs in what they are doing is right. Not just mad-scientist-syndrome (I am evil just for the sake of being evil! Muhahhahaha!) Great penciling by Doug Mahnke as well. He just gets better and better. His work in Green Lantern: Blackest Day wasn't bad, it was just nice he had more variety to the backgrounds other than big black cities and forests. Credit due to all the artwork on this. It just amazes me what they can accomplish.

An excellent read for all Green Lantern fans and comic fans in general!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A wonderful entry into the Green Lantern mythos. 28 juillet 2011
Par Craig Deming - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié|Achat vérifié
After the Blackest Night event last year, I was curious and admittedly a little anxious as to how the introduction of the new Lantern Corps would mesh into the Green Lantern mythos in the long term. I purposefully waited on reading further until this hardcover collection came out, as I believe that getting the full story in one sitting is far more compelling (not to mention nicer on my wallet in the long term). Needless to say, after reading Brightest Day, my fears for the mythos as a whole have been laid to rest. Geoff Johns fabulous writing continues to be strong, and we finally get something in this book that I've been waiting for since the introduction of the seven Corps: CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT FOR THE "VILLAINS."

Atrocitus and Larfleeze in particular seem alot more well-rounded as characters now than they did before the Brightest Day. Atrocitus proves that a Lantern's powers can evolve as a character does, and we see that his endless burning rage isn't quite as universal as we were led to believe. And Larfleeze proves to be more than a greedy, illiterate psychopath. It was great seeing more of the backstory for them, even if it was sometimes only hinted at.

This is a wonderful addition to the series and worth every penny.
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