Blackest Night: Black Lantern Corps, Vol. 1

Blackest Night: Black Lantern Corps, Vol. 1

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Writers James Robinson, Peter J. Tomasi and JT Krul are joined by artists Eddy Barrows, Ardian Syaff and Ed Benes for this essential BLACKEST NIGHT storyline tie-in title that features Batman, Superman and the Titans dealing with their greatest villains and loved ones returning from the dead as evil Black Lanterns. The hardcover edition includes Blackest Night: Batman #'s 1-3, Blackest Night: Superman #'s 1-3 and Blackest Night: Titans # 's 1-3

Title:Blackest Night: Black Lantern Corps, Vol. 1
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781401227845
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    Blackest Night: Black Lantern Corps, Vol. 1 Reviews

  • Bradley

    I believe I'm getting into this wild and crazy collection, even if I'm mostly out of the loop with all the things that DC has done in my absence. Who are these strange kids taking up Batman roles? Or ...

  • Sesana

    I've been enjoying the Blackest Night event. It's been very creepy, and more than a little disturbing, and this is collection is no exception. This trade has three storylines (Batman, Superman, and Te...

  • James DeSantis

    Story: So here we have three different storylines all happening at the time of Blackest Night event. The first deals with the batfamily. So we have Batman (Dick) and Damien and Tim all trying to survi...

  • Stephen

    Over the past several years, I have read a lot of comic collections. I have tried to get caught up on the various DC crossover events. Blackest Night is the event that made all that reading worth it. ...

  • Anca

    The most uninteresting stories in the crossover in one neat volume....

  • Anne

    I guess you either love the Blackest Night story arc, or you hate it. I'm in the 'love it' camp, and I thought this volume was an awesome addition to the story line! Loved seeing the 'new' Batman and ...

  • Damon

    Don't waste your time...

  • Rihards Husko

    This Blackest Night tie-in collection is, like most, a bit of a mixed bag, but a commitment to the overarching themes (at times to a fault), great work by all of the artists involved, and some pretty ...

  • Michael

    When you read all six miniseries, they're pretty redundant. Batman was okay. Superman a hair better. Titans a little less so. Flash the worst. JSA, hard to get invested in, as I don't know the charact...

  • Aaron

    There's nothing terribly wrong with this collection of Blackest Night crossover miniseries, but there's also not much particularly right with it either. Here we get three stories by three different wr...