The Green Lantern, Vol. 1: Intergalactic Lawman

The Green Lantern, Vol. 1: Intergalactic Lawman

Legendary writer Grant Morrison is taking Green Lantern back to his roots, exploring the popular hero's role as the universe's best space cop. It's Law and Order in space as Hal Jordan encounters a mysterious alien hiding in plain sight, setting off a chain of events that will bring the Green Lantern Corps to its knees!

When Green Lantern Hal Jordan encounters an alien hiding in plain sight, it sets off a chain of events that rocks the Green Lantern Corps to its foundations. There's an intergalactic conspiracy afoot, and a traitor within the Corps might be pulling the strings... Then, the Earth itself has vanished and been put up for auction to a buyer whose claim may be impossible to break without Hal violating the Lanterns' most cherished rule!

With vivid new takes on the Controllers, the Darkstars, the Guardians of the Universe and many more Green Lantern enemies and allies drawn from decades of DC Comics, Morrison and Sharp spin an epic tale that ranges from Earth to the farthest reaches of space, starting in The Green Lantern: Intergalactic Lawman, collecting issues #1-6 of the new hit series!

Collects The Green Lantern #1-6.

Title:The Green Lantern, Vol. 1: Intergalactic Lawman
ISBN:9781401291396
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  • Sam Quixote

    Grant Morrison writing Green Lantern is, on paper, a perfect match. His enormously inventive storytelling coupled with an unlimited array of alien characters and a protagonist with a magic ring that c...

  • Chad

    Like most of Morrison's superhero work, this digs into DC's past. Most of the stranger Green Lanterns in the book have been around since the Bronze Age. Alan Moore first introduced the virus GL, Leezl...

  • Malum

    4.5 stars. This is lots of fun, and very different from a lot of the Green Lantern content from the past several years. First of all, Morrison's run is very bronze age. He also uses a lot of bronze ag...

  • Artemy

    For a Green Lantern book written by Grant Morrison, this was kind of... not good. I was insanely excited when the book was first announced, I loved the first issue to bits, but every other issue that ...

  • Robert

    Hal Jordan, S P A C E C O P ! ! !Seriously, that's the deal.And, oh yeah, bonkers Morrison-ry like this:...

  • Lashaan Balasingam (Bookidote)

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here.What would you do if your imagination was allowed to take over and write a story with nothing restricting you from exploring the darkest corners of t...

  • Tiago

    One of the wackiest, trippiest superhero books I've ever read, everything is just so alien. Morrison makes you feel like you're actually out there in space, experiencing the vast unknown. There's a lo...

  • Christopher (Donut)

    THE Green Lantern by THE Grant Morrison.Real emphasis on Hal as a space cop.The art and the story both want to comprise all SF and fantasy from Flash Gordon through Wally Wood's Weird Science, Frazett...

  • Daniel

    This review originally published in Looking For a Good Book. Rated 3.25 of 5It's not a secret that Green Lantern is one of my favorite superheroes and when I see the opportunity to get an ARC of a GL ...

  • Eli

    3.5 starsDefinitely reminiscent of prog rock like the critic reviews say. Personally not the greatest for me because I'm off and on and Grant Morrison's writing. But there were some really good parts ...