miércoles, 20 de junio de 2018
Some thoughts about Green Lanterns #49
Simon has decided to help Jessica in her mission which will put them into a road that could case even more damage to their image.
Some things worked, others didn't.
Aaron Gillespie continues his story by delivering a few surprises. I did enjoy how he twisted the last cliffhanger by making Simon instantly believe Jessica and help her with her plan which makes sense considering all their time together. The ideas are also solid based on the different planet they visit while the other characters they encounter are enjoyable as well.
The problem is that I wish the writer would have given the same dedication he gave Simon to Hal Jordan. Hal acts really out of character, being really quick to distrust his partners despite of all they've done while acting unnecessarily severe which doesn't make sense at all considering his own history with similar situations. It seems like the story only needed this kind of conflict and so it happened without much reason behind.
Roge Antonio's artwork is really solid though thanks to his clean style and beautiful characters.
Not bad but not great, hope the next one is better.