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Literature & Fiction
  • Author:
    Judd Winick
  • ISBN:
    1563899728
  • ISBN13:
    978-1563899720
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  • Publisher:
    DC Comics (March 1, 2003)
  • Pages:
    226 pages
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    Literature & Fiction
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Collects Green Lantern (1990-2004 2nd Series) Written by Judd Winick.

Collects Green Lantern (1990-2004 2nd Series) Written by Judd Winick. Art by Dale Eaglesham, Eric Battle, Brandon Badeaux, Jamal Igle, and Pat Quinn. Cover by Ariel Olivetti. When Kyle Rayner faces off against his evil opposite, Oblivion, he expends all the energy of his Power Ring, shedding his GL identity and becoming the more powerful Ion. But can he handle near-omnipotent power without losing his humanity? Softcover, 226 pages, full color.

Green Lantern, Volume 2 book. Written by former MTV Real World roommate Judd Winick, this incredible odyssey documents Green Lantern's rise to near godhood and his resultant struggles with his new infinite powers. Written by former MTV Real World roommate Judd Winick, this. After defeating his arch nemesis Nero, Green Lantern gains the power of his enemy as well that of every Green Lantern who has ever worn a power ring.

Once thought to be merely an honorary title in the Green Lantern Corps, Ion is in fact the symbiotic willpower entity birthed from the green of the Emotional Spectrum. Its existence was kept a secret from the Green Lantern Corps since their inception, and it resided in the central power battery to keep Parallax in check. Only after the destruction of the Central Power Battery were both Ion and Parallax set free.

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Written by Judd Winick. Collects Green Lantern (1990-2004 2nd Series) Written by Judd Winick.

Written by Judd Winick.

Green Lantern is an ongoing American comic-book series featuring the DC Comics heroes of the same name. The character's first incarnation, Alan Scott, appeared in All-American Comics (July 1940), and was later spun off into the first volume. The character's first incarnation, Alan Scott, appeared in All-American Comics (July 1940), and was later spun off into the first volume of Green Lantern in 1941. That series was cancelled in 1949 after 38 issues. When the Silver Age Green Lantern, Hal Jordan, was introduced, the character starred in a new volume of Green Lantern starting in 1960.

Published by Brand: DC Comics (2003). ISBN 10: 1563899728 ISBN 13: 9781563899720.

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Ranicengi
You know what? Kyle has been the Green Lantern for ten years now. TEN YEARS!! In all that time, I never liked him. He always seemed like just some juvenile who doesn't take his job seriously. Y'know the kind I mean, they're the ones who don't wear their safety gloves or hardhats or whatever on the job. In the back of your mind you're thinking "one day, they're gunna hurt themselves, and they're gunna deserve it." I think a lot of Hal's fans felt that way about Kyle because they always seemed so different from each other.

However, if there's one thing nearly every writer has seen in Kyle Rayner since his ascension to superherodom, it's potential. That same kid without the safety gloves is the kid you know with the right motivation could really do a number here. I think Winick's the first writer who capitalized on that-- the idea of growing up a bit. Hal fans didn't like it 'cuz they said Dc was trying to write Hal again. Kyle fans didn't like it because they though it was out of character.

I disagree with both. I think Winick's run has shown the evolution of the boy into manhood in a way that was sorely needed.

Maybe it's just me, but I don't wanna read Peter Parker, Green Lantern. This is DC. I want to read about a hero. For the past ten years, Kyle Rayner has been acting like a kid with a new toy.

No disrespect to Ron Marz, who I think is quite a talented writer, but Winick is the first one who showed the world that this book isn't just about some punk who was given the most powerful weapon in the universe. It's about the Green Lantern, the big-shot who should be up there with the likes of Batman and Superman.

Marz wrote the necessary child-like character people needed to get past the stale feeling Jordan was starting to leave in our mouths. Winick wrote the hero he was meant to become.
Brakora
By far out of all the Green Lanterns Kyle's role is one of the most that is underplayed. People always hate the new guy; so he claims. But in this one he achieves far more greatly and his character shines through. He learns a new lesson about heroism and his powers. This one is about him becoming the power of the Ring. Oblivion has been siphoning his power from Parallax into Kyle, this is why Kyle has become more powerful (e.g. not having to recharge his ring). In this book he becomes the character Ion. He is omnipotent. That's all i'm going to tell you. This book is definitely a must read. So naturally i give it a 5.
Granijurus
An excellent read and one hard to find book , if you're a Green Lantern fan this is a must read.