Green Lantern: Baptism of Fire (Green Lantern)
Unlike the Green Lanterns who preceded him on Earth and throughout the galaxy, Kyle Rayner was given no training or guidance in the use of his power ring. In this new collection, Kyle decides to seek the guidance of the greatest heroes alive -- the Flash, Batman, and Wonder Woman -- only to find that he is already worthy of the name "hero."
Paperback, 197 pages
Published March 10th 1999 by DC Comics
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This was a good collection and an interesting expansion on the Kyle Rayner character. It read a bit like a classic "The Brave and the Bold" team-up book with appearances by Teen Titans, Flash, Batman & Robin, Sentinel (Alan Scott), Captain Marvel, Wonder Woman, Adam Strange and the Darkstars (including John Stewart and Donna Troy).
Fun, though flawed. Donna Troy could have been written out or swapped with anyone else and it wouldn't have mattered. The team ups were fun but the Darkstar stuff was dull. I enjoyed seeing Kyle and Wally team up, but the rest was average 90s fair.
Lo leí (y lo tengo, creo) en la edición de dos tomos de Editorial Vid. No recuerdo mucho de su contenido, pero sí que en su momento hizo que Kyle se convirtiera en mi Green Lantern favorito, puesto que aún hoy ocupa (aunque contra el John Stewart de la Liga Ilimitada saldría perdiendo).
Marz is well known for his work on Silver Surfer and Green Lantern, as well as the Marvel vs DC crossover and Batman/Aliens. He also worked on the CrossGen Comics series Scion, Mystic, Sojourn, and The Path. At Dark Horse Comics he created Samurai: Heaven and Earth and various Star Wars comics. He has also done work for Devil’s Due Publishing’s Aftermath line, namely Blade of Kumori. In 1995, he h...moreMore about Ron Marz...