Reviewing comics is never work to me, but I was beyond enthused and even a little bit honored to review the final issue of Geoff Johns' Green Lantern series. Green Lantern has been the most integral part of my time as a comics reader right up there with Archie and Y: The Last Man. It is of course sad to see it go, but when an ending is this good, it's hard to complain.
"Geoff Johns ends his Green Lantern masterpiece with a resounding
blockbuster bookend. Just wow! After nine years and over one hundred
issues, he took a cheesy character whose weakness was the color yellow
and turned him into one of the most consistently thrilling, compelling,
and outright enjoyable heroes in comics. He did this by bringing the key
element of the emotional spectrum into the fold. The rings now take
something special to wield them – rage, avarice, fear, will, hope,
compassion, love – and over the course of this series, Johns gave us
plenty of reasons to feel those same emotions right along with the
characters on the page. This final issue will take you on a tour of the
entire emotional spectrum, and that’s exactly the point of the journey
of Hal Jordan."
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