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I'll be honest...the ending is a tad disappointing. Reason being...it focused too much on setting up the next stories, and not enough on the blem is, the 52 wiped everything clean and these next stories never so, without reading the Generation Lost series...you dont know what some of the references at being e Brightest Day happening is wonderful.And it's about the journey, not just the end.I had dozens of emotional experiences reading this...it was an awesome event.I was so satisfied to invest in the Blackest Night-Brightest Day series of TPBs.
A must own if you are unfamiliar with the entities. I found it a bit weak since it basically serves as an oversized prequel to Battle of the GL's and both books seemed to be a bit low quality. The storyline peaked at Blackest night and just got less impressive over time. Since Geoff Johns created GL a famous title again, you should be able to search it at a library for free, it really doesn't feel al that important but where Brightest day ends, Battle of the Gl's begins, so it really is up to you.
After the Blackest Night happening latest year, I was curious and admittedly a small anxious as to how the introduction of the fresh Lantern Corps would mesh into the Green Lantern mythos in the long term. I purposefully waited on reading further until this hardcover collection came out, as I believe that getting the full story in one sitting is far more compelling (not to mention nicer on my wallet in the long term). Needless to say, after reading Brightest Day, my fears for the mythos as a whole have been laid to rest. Geoff Johns fabulous writing continues to be strong, and we finally obtain something in this book that I've been waiting for since the introduction of the seven Corps: CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT FOR THE "VILLAINS."Atrocitus and Larfleeze in particular seem alot more well-rounded as characters now than they did before the Brightest Day. Atrocitus proves that a Lantern's powers can evolve as a hero does, and we see that his endless burning rage isn't quite as universal as we were led to believe. And Larfleeze proves to be more than a greedy, illiterate psychopath. It was amazing seeing more of the backstory for them, even if it was sometimes only hinted is is a unbelievable addition to the series and worth every penny.
Brightest day was a bit of a letdown. By itself this volume doesn't feel all that great. Volume 2 is nice, and though most things wrap up here, there were too a lot of characters plots to create any stand out. We do obtain Swamp Thing and John Constantine in the end, but that's were the disappointment lies, they waited till the end. Those two could have definitely amped up the story if they were introduced earlier. Frankly , the ending felt rushed. In my opinion the whole of Brightest day is better of read in summary, owning these volumes seems unnecessary.
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Johns' brilliant Brightest Day story arc comes to a good, not great, end with this volume. After all the build up and mystery over the fresh protector of the Earth in the previous two volumes, the story feels unfortunately a tad rushed to close here. First and foremost, numerous characters are killed before Brightest Day ends and while a few of these are re-resurrected by the end a few are cruelly left dead. What's more frustrating however is that some of the minor characters such as Maxwell Lord, Jade, and Osiris, don't end up playing into the story at all. The missions they were supposedly tasked with the by White Lantern either end up factoring into other comic books or they are simply glossed over. Even Hawk, who had been a bigger part of the story at the beginning, ends up rather ignored. While the final reveal of the protector is fun, I can't support but feel that Johns didn't have enough time (possibly due to the impending Fresh 52 relaunch) to wrap things up as completely as he may have wanted to or had planned to.
The finale to Brightest Day. The multiple threads of plots in this series tend to play out a small thin at times. Blackest Night was awesome and this series was the logical step to take afterward. However, I felt this volume loses steam and drama toward the end. The overall ending was a small weak in opinion. This series also wasn't as crucial or steeped into the the GL Corps as the Blackest Night story, which is why I read anything DC. If you're looking for a story that ties strongly into the GL and GL Corps series, this isn't for you.