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Brightest Day, Vol. 3 by Geoff Johns
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Brightest Day, Vol. 3

by Geoff Johns

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In this follow-up to the Blackest Night story arc, all of the characters who were resurrected by the white lantern find themselves struggling to understand why they were brought back. No one struggles more than Boston Brand (aka Deadman) who spent his time as a superhero dead. Boston also has far more invested in this mystery than anyone else as his is the only white lantern ring that has not disappeared and that appears to be taking Boston on a quest that is entirely part of the ring's own agenda.

Really solid arc with some interesting exploration of the backstory of a lot of the characters in the DCU, particularly Deadman, Aquaman, Firestorm, Hawkman, Hawkgirl, J'onn J'onzz, and Hawk and Dove. While the ultimate reveal of the end goal of the white ring felt a bit underwhelming after all the build up, there is some fascinating character development going on here. If you liked Blackest Night, this follow-up series is worth picking up. ( )
  MickyFine | Nov 29, 2018 |
That was kind of a weak payoff. After 23 issues the thing turns into the lost episode of "Captain Planet." Lame. ( )
  ptdilloway | Nov 21, 2013 |
This last volume in the series has beautiful stunning artwork. Both this series and the Blackest Night DC event were based off of the Green Lantern oath that starts out "In brightest day, in darkest night..." These were beautifully done artwork wise and I'd reccomend for people to read them. It leaves the reader with a ticking clock. ( )
  ScribbleScribe | Jun 30, 2013 |
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