Showing posts with label Larfleeze. Show all posts
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Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps – Bottled Light | Comics

Hal Jordan is lost after Warworld is destroyed and Green Lantern Corps teams up with Sinestro Corps to watch over.

While Hal Jordan was fighting to overthrow the tyrannical Sinestro and totally wrecked his Warworld before vanishing into beyond, the Green Lantern Corps had disappeared and came back. Earlier, Guy Gardner was captured by Yellow Lanterns but former Corps member and Sinestro's defiant daughter Soranik Natu helped him out in time.

When John Stewart led his entire Corps onto Sector 0, he caught a brief glimpse of that destruction and was surprised to see Gardner with Sinestro Corps, who were currently following the lead of Soranik. As she updates them about what Jordan did back there, Salakk picks up an emergency on Tomar-Tu's homeworld Xudar.

Leaving everyone else on living planet Mogo, Stewart takes the rest of the Corps to the location to find it under attack by Starro. John and his colleagues try their best to restrain the Star Conqueror and just when they were feeling outnumbered, Soranik led her Yellow Lantern Corps to help but then it immediately disappears from there.

Members of both Corps were having a hard time dealing with the locals controlled by Starro and suddenly discovered themselves trapped within an energy barrier. Attempts of breaking it remain unsuccessful so far and on top of that, all Corpsmen are now suddenly being attacked by a large group of mind-controlled Xudarians.

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Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps – Bottled Light | Comics

Taking care of the crowd, Stewart realizes after some inspection that they all are miniaturized and captured by Brainiac 2.0. It is finally revealed that Brainiac was actually working on behalf of Larfleeze, who found him among the junks of planet Okaara. Upon learning who their true captor was, John plans an escape tactics with Soranik.

On a hidden prison planet of Indigo Tribe at Sector 2814, Ganthet and Sayd finds Hal Jordan's lost ring that indicates end of their exile. They see the ring without its bearer and Sayd asserts it as a deception citing only a Guardian can create a ring of will. However, her husband is amused that it exists and that means Hal proved everyone wrong.

Jordan discovers himself stranded on Emerald Space, where he is greeted by Abin Sur and many other deceased members of the Green Lantern Corps. Since it is an everlasting sphere for departed Corps members, Sur states that Hal doesn't belong there yet and the exiled Guardians notice whatever life essence he had is dying quickly.

So, White Lantern Kyle Rayner is called in to rescue Hal from fading away in Emerald Space and bring back to the world of living to save the Corps. Together they were able to pull Jordan back to the world of living before he was getting lost forever.

Hal reunites with Ganthet, Sayd and Kyle with a new perspective at his destiny and learned that his fellow Corpsmen have returned a while ago. They all then head to living planet Mogo to see them all only to know that they all left earlier in response to an emergency but could not establish contact for lack of communication data.

Meanwhile, John Stewart and Soranik Natu starts a fight that eventually draw in every members of each Corps into pounding one another, causing Agent Orange to worry about losing his specimens and unwittingly setting them all free at once.

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Attack on Xudar

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Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps – Bottled Light

Picking up one of the renowned flagship of DC Comics, writer Robert Venditti (Damage – Out of Control, Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps – Sinestro's Law) hailed brand-new monthly ongoing comic-book series Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps quite well for "DC Rebirth" from where it was left of by the end of "New 52" run.

Venditti was assisted by artists Ed Benes (Justice League of America – Sanctuary, Justice League of America – Second Coming), Ethan Van Sciver (The Flash – Rebirth, Green Lantern – Rebirth) and Rafa Sandoval (Catwoman – Death of the Family, Catwoman – Gotham Underground) for issues #8-13 of second story arc of the series, "Bottled Light".

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Trapped and Collected

Now that Sinestro is gone, his Corps follows Soranik Natu as their newest leader and she tries to atone for her father's wrongdoings by forming an alliance with Green Lantern Corps. They fight against celestial conqueror Starro side by side before fighting the combined threat of collector of worlds, Brainiac 2.0 and avatar of avarice, Larfleeze.

Venditti and his entire creative team continues their successful stint that was kick-started during Rebirth in 2017 and concluded to next story-arc "Quest for Hope", where Kyle Rayner and Hal Jordan will go looking for Saint Walker. Sandoval is showing some superior drawing skills so far to be a rising star of DC Comics if he is not already.
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Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Green Lantern – Agent Orange | Comics

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Green Lantern – Agent Orange | Comics
Following the events of “Sinestro Corps War”, the ancient dwellers of Oa known as the Controllers saw the upcoming “War of Light” and decides to be prepared for it. For that purpose, they sneaked into the hidden underground palace of Okaara in the Vega system, where the Orange Lantern Power Battery is kept, to add it in their possession. As they located and approached to the battery, suddenly it unleashed the Orange Lanterns who killed the Controllers immediately on sight. Even it was the plan of the Controllers alone, an unaware and enraged Agent Orange is very displeased at this sneak out, which he sees as the break of the age old treaty the Guardians had made with him and became very angry at their seeming deception.

On Odym, Hal Jordan was trying to get rid of the Blue Lantern Ring given to him by Saint Walker previously as Ganthet and Sayd explains to him that they actually wanted Hal to lead the Blue Lantern Corps as a Green Lantern. The Green Lantern Stel was chasing one of the rogue Sinestro Corps Member 2825 but he suddenly got captured by the minions of Agent Orange after the Sinestro Corps member was devoured. An injured Stel is then sent back to Oa to deliver the Guardians a message from Agent Orange and despite the protest of them having no affiliation with Controllers, Agent Orange declared their age old treaty null and void. This heated argument turned into a battle of the two corps and Hal Jordan is abducted by Orange Lanterns.

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Green Lantern – Agent Orange (Comics) Wikia

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Hal Jordan meets Master of Avarice
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Owner of Orange Lantern Corps

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Consisting of issues #39-42 from the fourth monthly ongoing volume of the Green Lantern series, Agent Orange is a four part storyline released from DC Comics in 2009. Writer Geoff Johns (52, Brightest Day) and artist Philip Tan (Spawn, Uncanny X-Men) has served as the creator of the arc which serves as a prelude to the upcoming crossover event “Blackest Night”. The storyline also hinted previous arcs as well as shown an origin of a new and unique Orange Lantern Corps, plus a backstory of the villainous owner of that Corps; Larfleeze.
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