Brightest Day

Brightest Day

Volume One

Book - 2010
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Written by GEOFF JOHNS & PETER J. TOMASI Art by IVAN REIS, PAT GLEASON, ARDIAN SYAF SCOTT CLARK and JOE PRADO Cover by DAVID FINCH Don't miss this hardcover collection of BRIGHTEST DAY #0-7, the follow-up to the best-selling comics event BLACKEST NIGHT, written by Geoff Johns and Peter J. Tomasi with interior art by today's hottest artists including Ivan Reis, Patrick Gleason, Ardian Syaf and more! Once dead, twelve heroes and villains have been resurrected by a white light expelled from deep within the center of the Earth. Called a miracle by many and a sign of the apocalypse by others, the reasons behind the group's rebirth remain a mystery. 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 first volume! On sale DECEMBER 1 - 256 pg, FC, $29.99 US
Publisher: New York, NY : DC Comics, c2010
ISBN: 9781401229665
1401229662
Branch Call Number: YA JOHNS GRAPHIC NOVEL COLL
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 27 cm
Additional Contributors: Reis, Ivan
Tomasi, Peter
Alternative Title: Brightest day. Volume 1

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skt1cm2l0b3sc
Apr 20, 2016

a good collection of stories that all are related to each other by a white lantern. This continues the lanterns of color series.

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danomcd
Feb 02, 2016

The point of the story is a little vague but the drawing is awesome.

An okay collection of stories...DC has never been as good a story teller nor character developer as Marvel is and I say that from as objective a standpoint as possible for me.

I once collected both companies' works and found that over all Marvel was the more interesting, exciting, realistic, and the least offensive.

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BrianLaBelle
Feb 28, 2014

As per the Green Lantern oath, the events of Blackest Night are followed by Brightest Day. 12 members of the White Lantern Corps are given a second chance at life.

theorbys May 15, 2013

Better than I thought it would be, good art, ok story, but the constant intercutting between all the simultaneous story lines get a bit tiresome.

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moored
Jul 22, 2012

I've been waiting to read this for so long and now that they have it I'm re-reading the blackest night series!!!

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Keogh
Jul 14, 2012

First volume of a miniseries that followed up the aftermath of Blackest Night. It follows several heroes (and a couple of villains) who were resurrected during that event, people who are being drawn into a coming crisis yet to be revealed (one presumes in the next volume). Some of the characters get more of the attention this time out than others, and some characters are just more interesting than others. The art is good, and the series itself comes across as much more self contained than most event series.

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xod_s
Jul 16, 2011

Gives you a nice slightly personal look into the lives of the heroes who have come back to life after "Blackest night".The art is okay and the story kind of feels like an "aftermath" story.

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