Green Lantern Corps, Volume 4: Rebuild

Green Lantern Corps Volume Rebuild A new era begins for John Stewart and the Green Lantern Corps The Guardians are dead leaving the Corps to fend for itself But the damage has been done to the galaxy and the Green Lanterns are in shamb

  • Title: Green Lantern Corps, Volume 4: Rebuild
  • Author: Robert Venditti Van Jensen Bernard Chang Sean Chen
  • ISBN: 9781401247454
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Paperback
  • A new era begins for John Stewart and the Green Lantern Corps The Guardians are dead leaving the Corps to fend for itself But the damage has been done to the galaxy and the Green Lanterns are in shambles It is up to John Stewart to train a group of rookie ringslingers with deadly foes hot on their tails and rings that aren t functioning properly There is an ancient evilA new era begins for John Stewart and the Green Lantern Corps The Guardians are dead leaving the Corps to fend for itself But the damage has been done to the galaxy and the Green Lanterns are in shambles It is up to John Stewart to train a group of rookie ringslingers with deadly foes hot on their tails and rings that aren t functioning properly There is an ancient evil lurking at the edge of the universe, one that threatens to extinguish their life forever.Collecting Green Lantern Corps 21 27, Annual 2

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    1. Robert Venditti Van Jensen Bernard Chang Sean Chen

      Robert Venditti is a New York Times best selling author whose characters and concepts have been adapted to film and television He has written the monthly comic book series X O Manowar and Wrath of the Eternal Warrior for Valiant Entertainment, Green Lantern and the The Flash for DC Comics, and the children s novel series Miles Taylor and the Golden Cape for Simon Schuster He currently writes Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps and Damage.

    722 thoughts on “Green Lantern Corps, Volume 4: Rebuild”

    1. Yes. John Stewart finally has his own series. Its about time John has a book where he gets to shine as a character. The writer, Robert Venditti, has done a great job capturing John's voice and his thought process. I love the relationship between Fatality and John and I hope DC never breaks them up. I know in the comic universe love is hard to find and can be a battlefield, but speaking as a African American it is great to see a loving and a caring relationship between those two characters.The ar [...]


    2. As a huge fan of Green Lantern John Stewart from the acclaimed Justice League and Justice League Unlimited cartoon shows, this book is a godsend. For so many years, the comic book writers neglected and mishandled the character -who is likely the best known Green Lantern to the general public- and Van Jensen, Bernard Chang, and Marcelo Maiolo come along to set things straight. John Stewart shines brightly and is characterized just as good as he was in the famous cartoons. Van Jensen's action pack [...]


    3. I like John and Fatality as the protagonists of this comic, and I like the idea of rebuilding the Corps (though this volume sadly doesn't do much to characterize new recruits). I also appreciate the improved integration of this comic with the DC space universe, thanks mainly to the inclusion of Khunds and Durlans.Sadly, it's deeply flawed past those high points. The whole idea of the universe turning against the Lanterns is handled in a heavy-handed and unbelievable way, then we also get the whi [...]


    4. These are some of the worst Jon Stewart stories I have ever read. They are destroying a much loved character in these stories and they really need to think hard about the direction they are taking Stewart in. They will lose a lot of fans if they keep writing him like this.2/5


    5. John udowadnia, że jest jednym z najbardziej kompetentnych i pragmatycznych członków w szeregach latarni. Jak i też w marines, co zostało przedstawione w jednym zeszycie o jego przeszłości.


    6. The first 3 volumes of this series didn't have very good art, but basically must reads for and GL fan because of Peter J. Tomasi's writing. This volume sees a whole new creative team come on board. Bernard Chang is the artist for most of the issues. I don't recall the names of the couple of other artists that helped out right of the top of my head, but if their names hadn't been listed in the book, you'd never know that Chang was the artist. Hell, if Chang's name wasn't on the cover, you'd think [...]


    7. By "rebuild" we mean not "here is some time to rebuild" but "you will definitely need to rebuild after all the destruction we are bringing your way now." One would think after two universe-destroying storylines, the Corps would get a chance to take a breath, regroup, figure what to do now that their leaders are all gone, that sort of thing. But no. Instead, everyone is grumpy and the entire universe for no explicable reason is antagonistic to the Corps. John Stewart takes over, since apparently [...]


    8. So what do you do after all your plot threads have been tied together and resolved? You find a new writer and start pulling on any loose thread you can. This book does that, jumping from plot to plot without really settling on any one of them; maybe it's another victim of crossover-itis, but it seems like even the plots that are included aren't in order - one stutters forward, then everything jumps to another one, and then finally comes back to resolve pieces of the first. It's like a jigsaw whe [...]


    9. The world building is great and the focus on John superb. I like this new direction the GLU is taking. It's not the status quo that's for sure. World: The art is good. It's direct it's simple and the scope good. I do find the coloring a bit bland but that's it. The world building is absolutely superb with the introduction of the new recruits it allows for so much story to be told. The Relic arc was also very good until the end putting more lore into the world and making it very interesting. The [...]


    10. It takes a lot to make me give a damn about John Stewart, since I find him the most bland Lantern in existence, but this volume goes a long way in making me do that. The opening story really makes this book feel like the Green Lantern Corps book from pre-Flashpoint, bringing back a lot of the ensemble cast as well as introducing some new faces too, whilst building up to Lights Out which takes up the middle of this book. Granted, DC have again collected only 2/4 parts here, which is irritating as [...]


    11. While the book is well written, I did not always enjoy the dark places the storyline went. The interruption of the core story for part of the Lights Out crossover made the book choppy. I did like the beginning of the Uprising story line and the very scary threat the Durlan's pose. The characters are consistent but John Stewart, the current star of the book, seems a bit too perfect and stiff in places. The art was good but everything except the Lights Out issues are mutely colored. The artist als [...]


    12. This honestly should be a 3.5 because the Stewart storyline is solid, though I miss the buddy book of Joh and Guy.The book really shows us Stewart's motivation. The volume includes two installments of Light's Out, and at least one of the parts is the conclusion. So completist still have their full run. But it does feel weird getting the story broken up by a crossover event.


    13. Ugh, another story with gaps missing and no context given. Getting kind of sick of this. Plus, Guy Gardner needs to return. He and John Stewart are better and more interesting characters together than they are apart.




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