Review: Green Lanterns #35

Review: Green Lanterns #35

[Editor’s note: This review may contain spoilers.]

Writer: Tim Seeley

Artists: Carlo Barberi, Matt Santorelli, Ulises Arreola

Covers: Mike McKone, Dinei Ribeiro, Brandon Peterson



Jessica and Simon attempt to stop Bolphunga the Unrelenting.

Review: Green Lanterns #35


I must admit, Bolphunga the Unrelenting is by far one of my most favorite villains ever. He’s your typical big, scary and strong villain you’d expect, but his over the top dialogue, cheesy one liners, and his constant referral of himself in the 3rd person gets me every time.

Jessica and Simon were their typical charming selves, and we even found out a little more about them (possibly more then we wanted to) in this issue. Jessica in particular was tons of fun to read about as she continues to deal with her anxiety, although she is getting a lot better at it.

Seeley’s writing was once again perfect. The story flowed really well, and had just the right amount of action, humor, and fun.

The art in this issue was different then the previous one as we got some different artists on this book. It wasn’t as crisp and the facial expressions weren’t as good, but it was still very decent, consistent, and colorful.

Review: Green Lanterns #35



No real negatives to mention.

Review: Green Lanterns #35



A really fun issue to read, and sets up not one, but two possibly different stories.

Danny Saab

Writer and producer of DC fan films Girl of Steel and Batgirl Rises. Started reading monthly comics 5 years ago and never looked back. Sheer and absolute allegiance to the greatest hero that ever lived, Supergirl.