Green Lantern Corps, Volume 5: Uprising (2020)

Green Lantern Corps, Volume 5: Uprising Van Jensen Robert Venditti Bernard Chang Green Lantern Corps Volume Uprising With the entire Corps under attack by the Khund and the shapeshifting Durlans John Stewart must unravel the mystery behind destroyed Sector Houses But as the situation becomes dire he and his rag ta
  • Title: Green Lantern Corps, Volume 5: Uprising
  • Author: Van Jensen Robert Venditti Bernard Chang
  • ISBN: 9781401250874
  • Page: 382
  • Format: Paperback
Green Lantern Corps, Volume 5: Uprising Van Jensen Robert Venditti Bernard Chang With the entire Corps under attack by the Khund and the shapeshifting Durlans, John Stewart must unravel the mystery behind destroyed Sector Houses But as the situation becomes dire, he and his rag tag group of Lanterns must seek out a Lantern that has been undercover for a very long time Maybe even too long to be found.The beginning of this new Green Lantern epic bWith the entire Corps under attack by the Khund and the shapeshifting Durlans, John Stewart must unravel the mystery behind destroyed Sector Houses But as the situation becomes dire, he and his rag tag group of Lanterns must seek out a Lantern that has been undercover for a very long time Maybe even too long to be found.The beginning of this new Green Lantern epic begins here Collecting Green Lantern Corps 28 33, Annual 2
Green Lantern Corps, Volume 5: Uprising Van Jensen Robert Venditti Bernard Chang

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One thought on “Green Lantern Corps, Volume 5: Uprising

  1. Chris Lemmerman

    This volume is probably the stronger of the two which collect the Uprising story the other being Green Lantern Volume 5 since it focuses on the Durlans a lot and gives us backstory as to why they re at war with the GLC in the first place.It always surprises me when a writer makes John Stewart a good main character, because I usually find him boring as hell, but his role in Uprising and the final issue epilogue especially make me feel for him, which takes some doing.The artwork is usually great [...]

  2. Kyle

    For me, of the two Green Lantern titles that brought us the Uprising storyline, this was the interesting The Durlans have always piqued my interest ever since I was a wee little boy reading Legionnaire comics However, the artwork is very sub par for a Green Lantern series, and I found myself visually underwhelmed most of the time Also the writing is ham fisted, pretty much gutting Lantern Stewart of any of his well established personality.3 5

  3. Daniel Butcher

    I like this better than the Green Lantern version of the tale It feels like it has gravity since the extra issue make it easier to follow John Stewart who is personally impacted by this threat than Hal Jordan And it does give Stewart some closure not found in the other collection.It also seems tighter than the Green Lantern version of the story.

  4. Laurel

    While I wasn t a big fan of the muted art the colors are one of the best things about reading a book staring various lantern corps that project hard light constructs the story of the search for the Durlan GL as well as the crossover Uprising storyline were enjoyable I thought the description of the Durlan power set was a bit inconsistent but not so bad that I couldn t enjoy the book I loved the various GL s, especially those returning to the book after being missed since the New 52 change.

  5. Sean Kennedy

    A lot of this is crossovers with other titles, so the whole volume is a confusing miss mash and what s worse, horribly boring in the first half so it s a real chore to read.

  6. Wing Kee

    Since this shares so much similar issues to Green Lantern Vol 5 Test of Wills, there will be a section that s the same dealing with UPRISING and also some about the corps centric issues.World The was all over the place, some of it was kinda nice, but the Durlan origin issue was simply fugly I also don t like the red panels for action, it s not my thing, I don t feel it at all That being said the colors and the sense of motion and the power of the rings were displayed wonderfully The world buildi [...]

  7. Paweł

    Bardzo s aby Fabu a ma dziury na dziurze, Durlan s kiepskimi z oczy cami, a ca y konflikt obserwuje si co chwila za amuj c r ce z niedowierzania Scenarzy ci chyba nie wiedzieli co dzia o si w poprzednich tomach serii, bo pope niaj powa ne logiczne b dy Do tego odebrano dziewczyn Johnowi Ch opina ju do si wycierpia , pozw lcie mu na odrobin szcz cia.

  8. Shannon Appelcline

    As a whole, this volume is the weaker of the two parts of Uprising, in large part because of the dull lead up stories Fortunately, the crossover itself is strong, and then the last issue suggests that Van Jensen may have found his feet.Annual 2 The Annual that kicks off this volume really doesn t bode well for the series, as Van Jansen offers up a story that s almost incomprehensible Yes, I like flashbacks,and yes I like unconventional narratives, but he overuses the ideas considerably here, per [...]

  9. Cale

    This volume collects the entire Uprising event, including early stories about the Durlan Green Lantern Von Daggle before getting into the main event There s some strong action sequences here, and the story builds up to a fairly strong climax, including a major shock for John Stewart, which feeds into the last collected issue here The story moves well, and gets back to manageable Lantern stories But there are some weird artistic choices, like action moments having black and white with red backin [...]

  10. Z.S. Diamanti

    Volume 5 was fantastic Honestly I went back and forth between a 4 and a 5, but settled on 5 because of the absolutely superb art of Bernard Chang The story is also very engaging, and when you have a solid story and fantastic art, what could you ask from comics Seriously great and worth your time.

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