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Green Lantern #13

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 7 critic ratings.


De-powered and back on Earth, Hal needs to find a way to get to the new power battery and recharge—but Thaaros has other plans, and now Hal is being hunted by the most dangerous aliens on the planet!

PLUS: The secret origin of LORD PREMIERE THAAROS, ruler of the United Planets, is at last revealed!

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
34 pages
Amazon ASIN

7 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    But Why Tho?

    Green Lantern #13 feels full. There are so many levels to the story being told by the creative team on this issue alone. The story jumps between the characters to showcase how many directions the plot is moving in but reamains easy to follow. There’s never a place to get lost or confused, with each point perfectly explained. It also effortlessly brings in the elements of Absolute Power, linking the book with the event on an intergalactic and terrestrial scale.

  • 95

    Geek Dad

    So much going on here, all of it great.

  • 90


    There is so much happening as Green Lantern starts year two, and it is all entertaining. Absolute Power is here, and GL is captive, but discover how much more there is to the man besides his ring. Watch how the JSA stands against Jadestone, and don’t forget the threat of Thaaros and the United Planets! The action doesn’t stop there as we get two exciting displays of powers that will grab your attention and leave you wanting more. Here’s to another year of Brightest Days, indeed!

  • 90

    Green Lantern #13 is the best sort of tie-in that embraces the event but doesn’t lose the plot of its own story, and is an easy book to recommend.

  • 82

    The Comicbook Dispatch

    Overall, Green Lantern #13 is a character-driven Green Lantern story that delves into the hero’s psyche during a time of crisis. Pick it up if you’re a Green Lantern fan who enjoys introspective stories, a variety of supporting character snipits, and wants to see Hal Jordan grapple with a few inner demons. If you prefer a more action-oriented Green Lantern adventure, you might want to wait for the next issue.

  • 80

    Comic Book Revolution

    Green Lantern #13 is a tie-in comic book at its best. Jeremy Adams and Fernando Pasarin maximize their page count to both further the long-term narrative of this series and what’s going on with Absolute Power. This is absolutely the example that should be used of what a tie-in comic book should do amplify the journey we see the characters of the series going on.

  • 80

    DC Comics News

    Jeremy Adams continues to demonstrate why he is probably DC’s best writer currently.  He knows how to connect his stories to the current and historical DC Universe and come up with unique and intriguing plot elements to push the book forward. He’s on his way to making Green Lantern as great a book as his run on The Flash.  The art is fantastic and he’s able to jump over the obstacles DC throws at him with their poorly timed events.  You can’t go wrong with Green Lantern #13 whether you care about Absolute Power or not.

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