Green Lantern Corps: The Lost Army

Cullen Bunn Jesus Saiz

Green Lantern Corps: The Lost Army

Green Lantern Corps: The Lost Army

  • Title: Green Lantern Corps: The Lost Army
  • Author: Cullen Bunn Jesus Saiz
  • ISBN: 9781401261269
  • Page: 182
  • Format: Paperback

Imagine waking up in a strange place where you don t recognize anything, and everyone you know and love is nowhere to be found Now imagine that you are a Green Lantern The rest of the Corps is missing, you don t know where you are and there s not a Power Battery to be found for as far as your ring can scan Where are you How did you get here Those are just two of the mImagine waking up in a strange place where you don t recognize anything, and everyone you know and love is nowhere to be found Now imagine that you are a Green Lantern The rest of the Corps is missing, you don t know where you are and there s not a Power Battery to be found for as far as your ring can scan Where are you How did you get here Those are just two of the many questions facing our heroes.Collecting Green Lantern Corps Lost Army 1 6, Sneak Peek

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The art was good, storyh. World: Love the art. His work on Swamp Thing was fantastic and it's the same here. The emotions are real and the colors are warm yet solid. The world building is interesting and unexpected. When the Lanterns disappeared in the main GL book a lot of questions were posed, here we see where the Corps went. The scope is a bit small until the end but still interesting. This piece of the universe is fun. Story: The pacing is alright, there was some instances where forward mom [...]

This one was great fun and I really loved Jesus Saiz's artwork and colorwork. Best current Green Lantern book from DC in ages. Big thumbs up! Loved it!

Don't bother. I like Cullen Bunn's writing in general, and the story here works on occasion (although John Stewart's flashbacks get a little heavy-handed in their parallels), but for something that claims to be 'the entire Green Lantern Corps: the Lost Army miniseries in one exciting volume,' there is a woeful lack of closure. Or explanation. Or resolution of any sort. John Stewart and a number of Green Lanterns end up in another Universe (apparently the one before ours), and run into a number o [...]

Bah, I wrote out my review and then swallowed it.Basically, this fills the gap between Green Lantern Corps/New Guardians/Red Lanterns being cancelled and Rebirth, shunting all of the GLC off into another space and time while Hal Jordan runs around being a renegade and the Sinestro Corps takes over policing the galaxy.It's an interesting concept, especially once Relic and the Lightsmiths get involved, and it works well considering what went before it as part of the Lights Out crossover, but the [...]

Reading this remind me that I have to catch up with whats been happening to Hal Jordan and what he has done since going "rogue" again. While I know that it was a ruse and only Kilowog knows the reason, it was still a confusing read for me at the start to see my favorite Green Lantern, John Stewart shunted off to some dimension along with the rest of the Green Lantern Corps.Having established that, it was still a hoot seeing Relic again, after the turn out of events in "Lights Out" written by Rob [...]

To całe DC YOU miałoby zmienić oblicze serii, która przeżyła już trzy poważne restarty całego wydawnictwa? Chyba żartujecie.Korpus zostaje z tego powodu tymczasowo wydalony z głównego świata DC (oczywiście żadną niespodzianką nie jest, że wrócą). Po nagłej zmianie scenerii, która za bardzo się nie zmienia dla czytelnika (kosmos, więcej kosmosu) do głosu dochodzi jedna niezadowalająca nieścisłość: latarnikom towarzyszy Krona. Ten sam dziad, który pokazał faka reszc [...]

This is a nicely epic story: the Green Lantern Corps has been removed through time and space to somewhere else. It's also a great mystery, as we initially don't know where they are and why.The Lost Army is also a good tribute to a variety of Green Lantern continuity, from Krona to some of the more troublesome elements introduced in the Light's Out crossover (which are nonetheless used to better results here).As we get a nice look at a variety of lanterns.But it's also a very slow burn that does [...]

I still like Two-Six a lot, but this collection didn't really have any kind of resolution, which is odd for a limited series. It was nice to see Guy, B'dg, and Arisia, and John Stewart grappling with leadership was well-done, but I got left hanging, man, and I have no idea where this story is supposed to be resolved.


This review originally published in Looking For a Good Book. Rated 3.25 of 5It has been awhile since I've read a graphic novel and am delighted to return to the format with a Green Lantern story.The book opens with Green Lantern John Stewart and a handful of other Lanterns waking up on a strange planet. Stranger still, their rings can't identify where they are or where any of the other Lanterns might be. They appear to be in a completely different universe and there is no battery for any of them [...]

"Aggression is a manner in which we manage to survive even the most bleak of situations."Green Lantern: Lost Army was billed to give an insight as to what actually happened to the entire Green Lantern Corps, including the living planet Mogo, ever since they went missing after Hal Jordan went renegade. However, it falls short of its purpose and ends up becoming a slug-fest of hardened light constructs going hard against each other, from the prehistoric Lanterns to the present Corps of will power. [...]

Finally a near perfect Green Lantern story. Cullen Bun and artist Jesus Saiz take the Green Lantern corp. into an unexpected adventure beyond space and time. John Stewart takes the lead as the entire Green Lantern Corps. finds itself transported to the universe before ours. First it takes our rag team band of heroes awhile to get adjusted to this strange universe and even more problematic they have to survive long enough to find a way back home. The lanterns are soon joined on their journey by a [...]

3.5 StarsI've always enjoyed the Green Lantern main title, and enjoyed Red Lanterns and New Guardians when they were both running. Never have been a fan of the Corps title. but this was pretty good. For a reason unknown, the GLC have been transported back in time to the previous universe. They meet up with both Krona and Relic, who are still hopeful and scientific, and anything at all like their evil selves we know them as. John Stewart really shines here and leads the Corps strongly against the [...]

The Green Lantern Corps has awakened in a strange universe with no knowledge of how they arrived. This volume creates an interesting set up for the mystery of how they arrived, and the return to their own universe. However, the majority of the book feels like a set up for a larger story. It adds many questions, but reveals little in the way of answers. Adding to the mystery is the introduction of two mysterious, but familiar, characters. This book contains plenty of action, good quality art, bel [...]

I enjoyed watching the Lanterns navigate their dimming powers in a relative void, and the different takes on what the light spectrum powers "used to be," but if anything were to boost this to four stars, it would be Saiz's art, because the cast just pops off the page so often.As it stands, this book introduces a bunch of pieces to the story board, and sets up any number of stories to develop out of it. I kind of wish that Stewart's flashbacks to his days in the marines could have been longer. We [...]

Jesus Saiz's art is gorgeous. This book has no substance. It's just Lanterns flying around fighting for 6 issues. There's no explanation for how they got where they are, they're just lost and floundering. Each issue contains a John Stewart flashback to when he was in the army, but they serve no purpose. They don't tell a larger story, they're just little pointless snippets to fill space.

Very average Green Lantern story. Standard space battles and one or two interesting concepts kept it from being a total loss. The John Stewart flashback parts felt forced and didn't add anything. Art was decent, ok pencils but I really didn't like the coloring.

Public library copy.Much better than I expected. The art was top notch too, it's great to see that GL continues to uphold quality since Geoff Johns left the title some time ago. interesting villains, which was desperately needed against the spectrum of Rainbow ring bearers.

Thanks to Netgalley for the ARC. John was always my favorite Green Lantern so it was nice to see him in charge. If you are new to the universe, this is not for you. If you are a GL regular, you will enjoy everything about this.

Reviewed at Brunner's Bookshelf

An interesting start to an on going story arc

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