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(Comics Alliance)   After eight years and 100 issues, Geoff Johns is turning in his power ring   (comicsalliance.com) divider line 5
    More: Sad, Geoff Johns, Green Lantern, high note, Rebirth, Blackest Night, Erik Bedard, Hal Jordan, lanterns  
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2013-02-12 04:39:09 PM  
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Kangaroo_Ralph: There's only one Green Lantern worth reading.

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Amen to that! Guy is is the best Lantern.
2013-02-12 02:24:54 PM  
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JosephFinn: YAY!  With any luck, Johns can move on to another company, leave behind his creative director position and we can finally get the real Green Lantern of Earth back.

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Hell naw. Not that moron.

Use the only competent Green Lantern.

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2013-02-12 01:42:03 PM  
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mark.jms: Since there's some DC folks in this thread, question:

The wife wanted to get the eldest girl (7) some Wonder Woman. She picked up the trade of the first few issues of the New52 run.

Having not reviewed it before purchase, turns out it may be a touch intense, maybe, for a 7 year old. I kinda like it, but I'm a sucker for new visual perspectives on the Greek pantheon (or any other, really).

So, I found this:

http://ifanboy.com/articles/wonder-woman-where-do-i-start/

which seems like it may know things about which it speaks, but, I'm tossing out the question anyway.


For a kid?

The George Perez run is probably best.

But honestly, I'd recommend Marvel's old Spider-Girl series over anything Wonder Woman. There really aren't that many Wonder Woman stories that are both good and all-ages friendly.
2013-02-12 01:32:38 PM  
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I read more Marvel than DC, but every so often I pick up some DC titles and Johns reminds me that Bendis, for all his flaws, isn't that bad.
2013-02-12 12:57:23 PM  
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This is a little sad. Johns' Pre-"New52" Green Lantern were my first comic purchases on my iPad. His run of Green Lantern has been some great space opera and is clearly the inspiration of the excellent Green Lantern animated series now on Cartoon Network.
 
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