Brightest Day

Brightest Day

Volume Two

Comic Book - 2011
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Written by GEOFF JOHNS and PETER J. TOMASI Art by IVAN REIS, PATRICK GLEASON, ARDIAN SYAF, SCOTT CLARK and JOE PRADO Cover by DAVID FINCH Once dead, twelve heroes and villains were resurrected by a white light expelled from deep within the center of the earth. Now, Aquaman, Martian Manhunter, Firestorm, Hawkman, Hawkgirl, Deadman, Jade, Osiris, Hawk, Captain Boomerang and Zoom must discover the mysterious reason behind their return and uncover the secret that binds them all. In this second volumes, which issues #8-16 of the series, find out whether Deadman is truly destined to wield the White Lantern and who the new Aqualad is. Plus, Firestorm's dueling alter egos take a bizarre journey, while Martian Manhunter returns to Mars to learn about the strange creature that's stalking him. On sale MAY 4 - 240 pg, FC
Publisher: New York : DC Comics, 2011.
ISBN: 9781401230838
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : chiefly col. ill. ; 27 cm.
Additional Contributors: Reis, Ivan
Tomasi, Peter

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BrianLaBelle
Feb 28, 2014

The second chapter in the year long Brightest Day event. A great read, highly recommended.

theorbys Jun 11, 2013

Two star writing but the art was generally effective. Most of this is so tired, it would take a real white lantern to put some life in it. Transported to a savage planet where and evil queen rules savagely who happens to be your Mommy or, living in a dream world of lost Krypton, oops no Mars, but something is wrong, or your wife's evil sister who you never knew about is here to attack the planet. All that boring, trite material woven into a mega saga. And I forgot to mention the superhero whose uncontrolled powers threaten the whole cosmos, and the other ones who don't want to be superheros.

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Keogh
Aug 27, 2012

The next volume in the Brightest Day event follows most of the key players who were resurrected at the end of the Blackest Night event. Some of the characters are more compelling and interesting than others- probably hard to find anyone who finds Firestorm interesting, for example- and the art is consistently good in quality throughout.

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