Iâ€™m sick of the Science Police. I donâ€™t know if I can take much more of them being front and center. I donâ€™t care about â€œGoldilocksâ€ or his flying shield.
This issue put the ACTION back into ACTION COMICS. Greg Rucka is making an incredibly lame character like Chris Kent into someone I actually care about.
And the Superwoman stands revealed. I was pretty much on the edge of my seat the whole time. Sterling Gates deserves so many props for this arc.
James Robinson and Greg Rucka are doing an amazing job of writing Superman while at the same time reinventing Kryptonian culture.
My biggest gripe with the series is that sometimes it just feels like a "typical" comic book, all action, all plot and little inner exposition.
I highly recommend this issue to anyone looking for an epic story that is sure to pay off. Green Lantern: Rebirth ushered in a new dawn for the Green Lantern.
As a first issue, which is essentially what this is, I think itâ€™s decent. Iâ€™m going to give it 3Â½ out 5 Speeding Bullets.
Booster Gold is fun, but there is still so much depth to him. I hope Jurgens will continue to go deeper, I know he can, but he does more soon.
Iâ€™d say this book deserves a pick up for being so consistently solid and enjoyable. I give it a nice rating of 4 out of 5 Speeding Bullets.
The "Green Lantern Corps" continues fun and classic science fiction story telling.