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Green Lantern Corps, Vol. 3: Ring Quest (Green Lantern Corps #3)

3.88 of 5 stars 3.88  ·  rating details  ·  652 ratings  ·  17 reviews
Hal Jordan may be Earth's best-known Green Lantern, but he's not alone. In this volume, some of the best and brightest are sent on an urgent mission to locate and destroy missing Sinestro Corps Rings following the Sinestro Corps War.
Paperback, 144 pages
Published December 2nd 2008 by DC Comics (first published November 18th 2008)
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Anthony Duran
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STORY/PLOTTING/PANELS: C plus to B minus; CHARACTERS/DIALOGUE: C plus to B minus; ACTION: B minus; ARTWORK PRESENATION: B; GREEN LANTERN MYTHOLOGY: B minus to B; OVERALL GRADE: B minus; WHEN READ: mid to end of October 2013.
Ring Quest has the Green Lantern Corps (and their ever increasing number of Lanterns that I can't keep apart) chase Mongul after he receives a yellow Sinestro Corps ring and decides that he must collect them all. I'm still not sold that "more rings = more power" but Mongul certainly is; he starts killing Yellow Lanterns left and right to get their rings (also not sure that is how it's supposed to work). Our GL B-Team have a fairly exciting outing that doesn't seem likely to matter much in the lo ...more
I found this book a bit hard to follow, especially the art. It was far to chaotic and the characters often distorted. The beginning of this collection will not make much impact without having first read the Sinestro Corps War. That said, watching both Guy and Kyle come to terms with what they want to do now that the war is over was interesting and sometimes moving. The second story became a bit confused and frankly gruesome. But at least it allowed a small group of the GL Corps to head out into ...more
Because of Peter Tomasi's Batman and Robin series I have been following the last two years and a huge sale at LCS, I took a pre-52 revisit of a series I have not read yet. It is really closer to 4 stars than 3 but not quite 4 for me. I thought the main story was over shadowed by the much better back story of each Lantern and was let down when the back ground gave way to the evil villain. Once I would like the Guardians to give orders and the Lanterns just follow the orders. If someone could name ...more
Mateo Cruz
In green lantern ring quest Guy Gardner and his team are called to go and find the missing sinestro corps rings that have gone missing from many of dead sinestro corps soldiers. But when the call comes in about the missing rings when all the lanterns are on vacation. One of earths deadliest villains had felt the power of the sinestro corps rings and had a quest to conquer the universe with this great power of the sinestro croups rings to put great fear in to the people of the universe. That’s a ...more
Michael Wilson
The Sinestro Corps War has taken a huge toll on the Green Lanterns, and many of the heroes of the war are trying to recover as many Yellow Power Rings as they can to bring them back to the Guardians. But one of the dying members of the Sinestro Corp lands on the planet of Mongul... a being that can easily go toe-to-toe with Superman... and give him a Power Ring?!?

This book is gory... and if you are squeamish at all, this book may gross you out, but the art is excellent as well as the build-up to
The wrap up of the Sinestro Corps war for Guy Gardener and Kyle Rayner results in them leaving Earth and moving to Oa. This was sort of a buddy cop-like comedy for the first two issues and was pretty enjoyable.

The main Ring Quest storyline involes several members of the Corps including: Guy, Kyle, Arisia, Sodam Yat, Soranik Natu, Iolande, and Bzzd. They're sent to stop the remaining yellow rings from finding new hosts. They run into Mongul's plans to rebuild his empire using the yellow rings and
I believe I have an open mind when it comes to art in comic books. However, I am a firm believer in certain art styles fitting or not fitting certain stories, books, or characters. And here, once again, we have the case of the art not fitting the story. The tale of murderous alien Mongul causing more death and destruction was so hard to enjoy because the art made the pages squished together and at times, indecipherable. Peter J. Tomasi's script work was very good but he couldn't pull the book ve ...more
Anthony Rojas
An excellent story that focuses on the GL Corps as they are faced with dangerous and risky missions and poor decisions from the Guardians.
Jul 31, 2015 Tora rated it 4 of 5 stars
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Here I go again. When I first picked this one up, I was sure it would suck because the Laws of Graphic Novels state you can only have so many good volumes in a row for any given title before it punks out. But I liked this one, and I will probably re-read it within the next couple days, along with re-reading the previous three. This book just came out this week, and already I'm waiting in anticipation for the next one, which probaby won't be ready until next summer. Sigh.
Andrew Bergen
Quite enjoying green lantern.
A nice follow up to the Sinestro Corps War. Plenty of action and humor as well as quite a moving ending.
John Yelverton
Yet another enjoyable book of the Green Lantern Corps and their many adventures.
Dave Johnson
moves the plot along toward Blackest Night, but nothing impressive here.
It started strong, but degenerated into typical comic book gibberish.
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