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Red Lanterns Vol. 4: Blood Brothers (The New 52) Kindle & comiXology
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Top Customer Reviews
I think there should be a third category that blends those two types together in one: a writer who goes in and changes up the characters and their world but in a way that’s in keeping with the spirit of the title – a good example of this is Charles Soule’s first Red Lanterns book, Blood Brothers.
Atrocitus discovers the Green Lanterns’ listening device hidden in one of the Reds and destroys it. Without a way to monitor them, Hal Jordan asks Guy Gardner to become a Red Lantern and be his new spy in the group, which he reluctantly agrees to. He and Atrocitus fight, Guy wins and takes Atrocitus’ ring while the defeated and near-dead Atrocitus is taken away by Dex-Starr. Only Guy actually likes being a Red Lantern more than he did being a Green and decides to stay that way.
As a Red Lantern, Guy starts making changes.Read more ›
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Peter Milligans take on the red always seemed far too grim and slow paced, I honestly only kept up on it because I was determined to read every lantern title that was released during John's run. When Wrath of The First Lantern finally ended I was so glad to be able to stop pulling it.
Now I completely regret that decision. Soule somehow found a to not only make the title fun but actually make me LIKE Guy Gardener, a feat I once thought impossible. I like to think of it as GOTG meets some sort of intergalactic biker gang. After finishing it I ran to my LCS and got every back issue I could find up to the current one and I can honestly say that it only gets better from here.
My biggest disappointment is that I have to wait until the next volume for Guy's awesome 'stache.