Green Lantern: Sleepers, Volume 3

Green Lantern Sleepers Volume The final volume in an epic trilogy Sleepers Book features Hal Jordan the most famous of Earth s modern day Green Lanterns Hal has been stripped of his powers but it is up to him to fight the cl

  • Title: Green Lantern: Sleepers, Volume 3
  • Author: Christopher J. Priest
  • ISBN: 9781596871038
  • Page: 475
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The final volume in an epic trilogy, Sleepers, Book 3 features Hal Jordan, the most famous of Earth s modern day Green Lanterns Hal has been stripped of his powers, but it is up to him to fight the clones of the villain Sinestro, set loose by actions in the trilogy s first volume In order to save the Earth, he may have to sacrifice himself by taking the Sinestro power riThe final volume in an epic trilogy, Sleepers, Book 3 features Hal Jordan, the most famous of Earth s modern day Green Lanterns Hal has been stripped of his powers, but it is up to him to fight the clones of the villain Sinestro, set loose by actions in the trilogy s first volume In order to save the Earth, he may have to sacrifice himself by taking the Sinestro power rings on a one way trip to the anti matter universe.

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    About “Christopher J. Priest”

    1. Christopher J. Priest

      Formerly known as Jim or James Owsley.Christopher James Priest is a critically acclaimed novelist and comic book writer Priest is the first African American writer and editor for Marvel and DC Comics His groundbreaking Black Panther series was lauded by Entertainment Weekly and The Village Voice and will serve as the basis for the 2018 Marvel Cinematic Universe adaption.Besides Black Panther, Priest has written comics for Conan, Steel, Green Lantern, The Crew and edited The Amazing Spider Man He also co created Quantum Woody along with Mark Bright and co founded Milestone Media.After a decade long hiatus he is currently writing Deathstroke for DC Comics.In addition to being a writer, Christopher J Priest is also a baptist minister.

    319 thoughts on “Green Lantern: Sleepers, Volume 3”

    1. Christopher J. Priest is a decent enough prose writer and can turn a phrase.However, like all superhero books that I've read of late, I ended up giving it a "Gentleman's C" (i.e. 3 stars)I suppose that the problem is that I read these novelizations of my favorite comic characters to put me back to who I was between, say, ages 6 and 16.Trouble is ~ I'm not that person anymore. So, I get a kick out of reading about Hal Jordan and all of his gang (or Tony Stark and all of his or ) for mainly nost [...]


    2. As a lifelong, massive Green Lantern fan and a self-directed student of any and all things comicbooky, from live-action movies to cartoons to spin-off novels, I had such high hopes for a trilogy of books about the characters from Green Lantern comics, written by someone who has direct experience writing some of those comics, no less! But the ambition outstripped the execution, unfortunately. The three matching hardcover books will look nice on my Green Lantern-themed bookshelf, but I'll have to [...]


    3. Un buen final para la trilogía de los durmientes de GL. Aquí el protagonista es Hal Jordan, en su época en la que ejercía de Espectro. Está muy bien ver a Hal recuperar su humanidad durante un breve espacio de tiempo para luchar contra los durmientes de Qward. Guy Gardner, Kyle Rayner y el resto de la JLA tambien aparecen de invitados, así como Carol Ferris y su alter ego Zafiro Estelar. Pese al sempiterno flashback de origen con Abin Sur, es un capítulo final digno y entretenido.


    4. Out of the three books in the trilogy, I'd have to say the 3rd installment was by far my favorite. Although the story started out dragging and lots of pieces felt like an element was missing, I did enjoy how we got to see each Green Lantern and how they handled life as super heroes. I have always loved Star Sapphire so it was really great to see her come back out in this story. It was a small disappointment how she lost her power so easily though. All in all, the story was enjoyable.



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