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Red Lanterns Vol. 4: Blood Brothers (The New 52) by [SOULE, CHARLES]
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Book 4 of 6 in Red Lanterns (2011-2015) (Collections) (6 Book Series)

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Based in Brooklyn, New York, Charles Soule is a writer of novels (graphic and otherwise), comics, screenplays and stories of all types. He plays the guitar fairly well and speaks at least one language.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Print Length: 176 pages
  • Publisher: DC Comics (3 Jun. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00K7EIXTE
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The stories running through issues #21-26 of the New 52’s Red Lanterns are collected, along with Green Lantern Annual #2, as Red Lanterns Vol. 4: Blood Brothers (The New 52). This collection begins with Atrocitus, leader of the Red Lanterns, discovering a ‘bug’ planted by the Green Lanterns in one of his Corpsmen. He quickly removes it, with extreme prejudice, just to show the rest of the Corps just what sort of guy he is, and then he announces his plan to rebuild the Red Lanterns, unleashing a number of vacant rings out into the universe to search for new candidates. However, back on Oa, Hal Jordan recruits Guy Gardner to rejoin the Red Lanterns as his man on the inside. I have to note that the character of Guy Gardner in this scene seems to be rather different to how he has been portrayed recently, but it might just be my memory. Anyway, Guy shows up on Ysmault to a cold welcome from Atrocitus, and promptly beats him to a pulp and takes his ring, along with the Corps. Atrocitus’s corpse is hauled away by Dex-starr… The next two issues sees Guy establishing a new direction for the Red Lanterns, while Atrocitus, rescued by Dex-Starr sets out to recover a Red Ring to re-establish himself. The fourth issue is also part four of ‘Lights Out’, the latest cosmic crisis crossover for the various lantern corps, which leads into the finale in Green Lantern Annual #2. The next two issues are an old fashioned space-opera story for Guy and the Corps, though with more blood and corpses than we used to see in the Silver Age. We also follow Atrocitus and Dex-Starr on their quest, which reaches its climax on the final page of the collection.Read more ›
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In his book Supergods, Grant Morrison talked about two kinds of superhero writer: the missionary and the anthropologist. The missionary goes in and says “you’re doing everything wrong” and rewrites everything, the character, the world, etc. – a good example would be David Goyer’s screenplay for the Man of Steel movie. The anthropologist studies and lives in the world before contributing something to it that’s fitting for the character and their world – a good example would be Morrison’s All-Star Superman, arguably the best Superman comic ever written.

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.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 17 Nov. 2014
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Excellent series, next to Green Lantern Corp this is my favorite ring slinger series since Blackest Night.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 3 Dec. 2014
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Precious blood vomiting rage babies
5.0 out of 5 stars good for Teens 13 Aug. 2014
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sone loves this series
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4.0 out of 5 stars We're red and you're dead 3 Jan. 2015
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RL vol 4 was an enjoyable read, but it could have been better. Still it is good to see Guy with a Red Ring again!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Read it. It's great. I promise. 25 Aug. 2014
By Saint Walker - Published on Amazon.com
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Charles Soule takes what was a truly mediocre series and finally makes it something worth reading.

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.
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