GEOFF JOHNS, is an American writer and Chief Creative Officer for DC Comics. A Detroit native, brings a Hollywood sense of story-telling to comics. After working as an assistant to Richard Donner (director of Lethal Weapon, Superman and many other great films), Geoff has brought his considerable writing talent to comics. For DC he has written and re-imagined such titles as GREEN LANTERN, ACTION COMICS, JUSTICE LEAGUE, JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA, FLASH, AQUAMAN, TEEN TITANS amongst others and mini-series such as INFINITE CRISIS, BLACKEST NIGHT, FLASHPOINT and 52.
Green Lantern Volume 1: No Fear (NOOK Comics with Zoom View)by Geoff Johns, Carlos Pacheco
But even as he returns to the skies as an Air Force pilot, Jordan faces new threats from his old foes. The deadly Manhunter androids and the mutated Shark return with shocking violence . . .
The greatest Green Lantern of them all is back. Hal Jordan has been resurrected and redeemed. Now it is time to get on with his life as Green Lantern, protector of sector 2814.
But even as he returns to the skies as an Air Force pilot, Jordan faces new threats from his old foes. The deadly Manhunter androids and the mutated Shark return with shocking violence . . . yet they are just the precursors to even greater dangers.
A Maddened Black Hand embarks on a murderous rampage just as Hal finds himself the object of an alien race's insidious plan to harvest humans as living weapons of war. Hal Jordan is back-but being tested in ways he never could have imagined.
This volume collects Green Lantern issues #1-6 and Green Lantern: Secret Files and Origins.
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If you're a fan of the Green Lantern, and specifically Hal Jordan, this is the coillection for you. Johns ability to turn lame villains into serious threats is amazing. I really enjoyed looking into Hal's past with his family, stuff I never really cared about before. The art with a few too many pencilers was really good. Pachecho and Van Sciver were the best making the Shark terrifying and Hector Hammond ultra-creepy! I really good read!