Monday, April 13, 2009

Green Lantern Corps 35



This is the unfinished pencils of Green Lantern Corps 35, out this week. Sorry I couldn't find the inks, but hey you only have to wait a day or so right?

For more.....you can find a preview up at newsarama!

9 comments:

  1. Oooh, look a glowing review!

    http://www.newsarama.com/common/forums/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=7002

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  2. Free Comic Day (May 2), I believe a free 'Blackest Night' comic is in the mix...

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  3. Well, I went to ComicPalooza in Houston (which was great)& there was no free Blackest Night comic on 'free comic day'. I guess I'll have to pay big bucks for one. Alright. Issues 39 & 40 ROCKED. The only problem is that they are only 22 pages. I was tried, measured, & found wanting. More. I want more Green Lantern Corps.

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  4. I meant 34 & 35 (not 39&40) (big fight, WOW) & Sinestro revalations, & I WAS found wanting...more. Speaking of 39 & 40, which is the 1st issue with Doug Mahnke art? I was thumbing through a copy of Team Zero he did & got me a little ancy to see his new Gl...

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  5. Really liked #36, particularly the Sinestro Snail on Kilowogs back, nice!

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  6. hey mike hopefully you got your blackest night 0 by now! Doug Mahnke and Ivan did some of the coolest work in it.
    And if they were more than 22 pages I would never get them done on time, so although I appreciate the sentiment I hope you don't get your wish. :)

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  7. Yep, I got #0, you were right, killer art by both artists, & great issue. A definite must to read if you didn't read 'Final Crisis', it really caught me up.

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  8. GLC #37, dug it, lotta visuals on every page... my favorite pages, the 2 pager with Lyssa Drax, awesome...

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  9. Hey, I bought this one! At the comics store and everything!

    Perhaps I might even be able to keep up with buying the latest issues?

    Nice work with Sinestro, by the way - I really appreciate the way in which he's been re-envisioned; it makes him a far more menacing villain than he was back in the Snidely Whiplash days.

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