Phil Dean's Reviews > Green Lantern, Vol. 2: Revenge of the Green Lanterns

Green Lantern, Vol. 2 by Geoff Johns
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Apr 30, 10

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Read in April, 2010

"The only ones paranoid about Big Brother watching are the guys doing something wrong". Ho-kay, Hal Jordan. Apparently completely regressed from his Hard-Traveling Heroes days, where he learned the errors in his pseudo-fascist ways, the Red State Avenger continues to bring truth, justice and the American way to the many species and cultures of the galaxy. The second half of the book, which is set after Infinite Crisis, is a little more fun, but it has a ways to go. I also found out that Hal Jordan used to date an alien who is hundreds of years old, but looks like a 13 year old girl; Eeeewwww!!!!
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