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  • Guy Gardner #8

    This series is way better than I thought it would be.

    And in #8 there is an Editor's note that made me laugh out loud.

    First twelve or so issue highly recommended. I really like this version of Guy Gardner more than Vol4 on, he seems to be more toned down now.

  • #2
    What was the note? I probably don't have the issue.

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    • #3
      I think Gerard Jones wrote the best version of Guy. If you haven't read The Road Back, you should order it from Amazon or Ebay. Guy totally steals the story.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Space Cop View Post
        What was the note? I probably don't have the issue.
        It's better to read the 8 or so issues for the joke to be funny, I don't want to spoil it. I'm sure someone will anyways.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Spy Smasher View Post
          I think Gerard Jones wrote the best version of Guy. If you haven't read The Road Back, you should order it from Amazon or Ebay. Guy totally steals the story.
          Agreed! I really hated Guy Gardner around GL #200+, but they made it believable why such a total a**hole would still have a ring (Guardians were in turmoil). At some points he's outright evil, trying to kill Hal Jordan. But into Vol3, they turn Guy into the "antihero-you-love-to-hate", instead of just hate. His escapades with the Justice League are really funny too.

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          • #6
            I started this series & I'm really getting a kick out of it too. I'll keep an eye out for the mystery in issue #8. I'll have to look out for those JL issues too. What year & # are they?
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            • #7
              Originally posted by guygardner View Post
              I started this series & I'm really getting a kick out of it too. I'll keep an eye out for the mystery in issue #8. I'll have to look out for those JL issues too. What year & # are they?
              Guy Gardner started in 1992 and ran 16 issue (through 1994) when it became Guy Gardner: Warrior and ran through #46 (1996).

              But if you like Guy as a lantern, you may want to check out Emerald Warriors which ran for a year in 2010.

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              • #8
                Yes get Emerald Warriors for sure! If you don't have GL V2 from about #180-224 then those are must-haves for Guy, also GL V3 #1-25. As far as Justice League... it's like issues #1-60 and on (http://mycomicshop.com/search?TID=103671). They tie into GLV3 (and later V2 I think). But once Guy turns into "Warrior" he loses his magic IMO.

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                • #9
                  I thought Beau wrote great dialogue but I didn't care for his plotting. The Warrior concept may have been the real problem though.

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