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Old 08-14-2017, 08:57 PM   #1
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Default Big Green Lantern synopsis project

I'm going to read my collection of Green Lantern comics from 1990-2004 and write a short synopsis for each issue to get an overall picture of the series. If any of you feel like helping/joining you can just read any issue of the ones I'm posting below and click on the link to write in my Google drive document or just write it as a comment.


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GL: EMERALD DAWN 1-6

GL: EMERALD DAWN II 1-6

GL 1 Down to Earth
A seemingly old Hal Jordan walks in the desert. He checks in with the Justice League where everyone wants him to join except for Guy. He decided not to join. We cut to John who wrestles with his own thoughts on being a lantern.
We meet Hal again thinking back when he was younger and helped a mining community. He goes back to see a woman named Rose. She doesn’t recognize him when he seeks work on her farm. Cut to John who thinks back when he destroyed a planet and goes to OA where he finds a dead alien. Everything seems to be going great for Hal with Rose and her kid and then Guy shows up. They get in an argument and Rose sees Hal using his ring and tells him to leave.
GL 2

GL 3

GL 4

GL 5

GL 6

GL 7

GL 8

GL 9

GL 10

GL 11

GL 12

GL 13

GL 14

GL 15

GL 16

GL 17

GL 18

GL 19

GL 20

GL 21

GL 22

GL 23

GL 24

GLC QUARTERLY 1

Mosaic #1-4 nr

GL 25

GL ANNUAL 1

Mosaic #5

GL 26-29

Guy Gardner Reborn #1-3

GLC QUARTERLY 2

GL 30

FLASH (1987 series) 69

GL 31

FLASH 70 2,99 VF

Guy Gardner #1-4

Mosaic #6-8

GL: GANTHET'S TALE 1-shot

GLC QUARTERLY 3

GL 32-36 35

Mosaic #9-18
GLC QUARTERLY 4

GL 37

Guy Gardner #4-10
GL 38-39

GL 40-42

GLC QUARTERLY 5

GL 43

GL ANNUAL 2


TRINITY (1993) 1

GL 44

L.E.G.I.O.N. 57

DARKSTARS 11

GL 45

Superman #80

L.E.G.I.O.N. 58

DARKSTARS 12

TRINITY 2

GLC QUARTERLY 6

GL 46, 47

Guy Gardner #11-17

GLC QUARTERLY 7

GL 48, 49

GLC QUARTERLY 8

Guy Gardner #18-23

GL 50

GL 51-55

ZERO HOUR 4-0

Guy Gardner #24

GL 0

Guy Gardner #0

GL ANNUAL 3

GL 56

R.E.B.E.L.S. (1994) 1A

GL 57

NEW TITANS 116, 117

GL 58, 59

Guy Gardner #25-28

GUY GARDNER: WARRIOR 27, 28

GL 60

Guy Gardner #29-32

Guy Gardner Annual #1

Guy Gardner #33-35

GL 61-64

NEW TITANS 124 1,70 NM

GL 65

DARKSTARS 34

DAMAGE 16

NEW TITANS 125

GL 66, 67

GL ANNUAL 4

Guy Gardner #36

GL 68

Guy Gardner #37

GL 69

Guy Gardner #38

GREEN ARROW (1987) 104(Emerald allies)

GL 70

Guy Gardner #39

GL 71-75

Guy Gardner #40-44

GL ANNUAL 5

GL 76(Emerald allies)

GREEN ARROW 110(Emerald allies)

GL 77(Emerald allies)

GREEN ARROW 111(Emerald allies)

GL/SILVER SURFER 1-shot

GL 78, 79

FINAL NIGHT 1

GL 80

FINAL NIGHT 2, 3

PARALLAX: EMERALD NIGHT 1-shot (finns i Final night TPB)

FINAL NIGHT 4

GL 81

GL + THE RAY 1-shot

GL/FLASH: FASTER FRIENDS 1, 2

GL 82-91

GL ANNUAL 6

GREEN ARROW 125 (Emerald allies)

GL 92(Emerald allies)

GREEN ARROW 126(Emerald allies)

GL 93, 94

SUPERBOY (1993) 47

GL 95, 96

GREEN ARROW 130

FLASH 135

GREEN LANTERN/SENTINEL: HEART OF DARKNESS 1-3

GL 97-99

GL SECRET FILES 1

GL 100-103

GREEN ARROW 136

GL 104-106

GL 1 Million

GL ANNUAL 7

GL 3-D 1-shot (1A)

GL 80-PAGE GIANT 1

GL 107-110

GL: THE NEW CORPS 1, 2

GL 111, 112

GL 80-PAGE GIANT 2

GL 113, 114

GL ANNUAL 8

GL 115, 116

GL SECRET FILES 2

GL 117-125

GL 80-PAGE GIANT 3

GL 126-128

GL vs. ALIENS 1-4

GL: CIRCLE OF FIRE 1

Legends of the DC Universe #33-36

GL: CIRCLE OF FIRE - GL and THE ATOM

GL: CIRCLE OF FIRE - GL and POWER GIRL

GL: CIRCLE OF FIRE - GL and ADAM STRANGE

GL: CIRCLE OF FIRE - GL and FIRESTORM

GL: CIRCLE OF FIRE - GL and GL

GL: CIRCLE OF FIRE 2

GL ANNUAL 9

GL 129-139

GL: OUR WORLDS AT WAR 1

GL 140-150

GL SECRET FILES 3

GL 151-155

GL 156-161

GREEN ARROW (2001) 23

GL 162

GREEN ARROW 24

GL 163

GREEN ARROW 25

GL 164-174

GL 175-181
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Old 08-14-2017, 09:07 PM   #2
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Why not start in the 60s?
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Old 08-14-2017, 09:13 PM   #3
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I just felt like starting here, mostly because I think these are more fun to read.
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Old 08-14-2017, 10:16 PM   #4
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It's amazing how much stuff the Green Lanterns were put through during the relatively short time they did not have their own series anymore. I think that period from 1988-1990 before the relaunch of the third volume was terrible. Lots of very strange, very questionable decisions were made.

The early Gerard Jones stuff is really great, though. I like his takes on all the characters, and the new character he made, Rose Hardin, is really good. He made great use of her throughout his time writing Green Lantern books. Thinking back on it, the Gerard Jones period of Green Lantern is my second favorite behind the Len Wein/Steven Englehart stuff in the mid '80s. Fun times! They don't make Green Lantern remotely like that anymore, unfortunately (to me).
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Old 08-15-2017, 06:22 AM   #5
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It's amazing how much stuff the Green Lanterns were put through during the relatively short time they did not have their own series anymore. I think that period from 1988-1990 before the relaunch of the third volume was terrible. Lots of very strange, very questionable decisions were made.

The early Gerard Jones stuff is really great, though. I like his takes on all the characters, and the new character he made, Rose Hardin, is really good. He made great use of her throughout his time writing Green Lantern books. Thinking back on it, the Gerard Jones period of Green Lantern is my second favorite behind the Len Wein/Steven Englehart stuff in the mid '80s. Fun times! They don't make Green Lantern remotely like that anymore, unfortunately (to me).
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