Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Decent Comics: "Terminal for a Tragedy" by O'Neil, Grell, and Colletta

Hey, hey, hey, Groove-ophiles! We're back with the conclusion of the two-parter started in Green Lantern #94. "Terminal for a Tragedy," from Green Lantern #95 (March 1977) gives us cosmic action (including an eerie existential battle) for Green Lanterns Hal Jordan and John Stewart, political intrigue and death traps with (still beardless) Green Arrow and Black Canary, and then has the four of them get it all together for a satisfying conclusion. Let's join Denny O'Neil, Mike Grell, and Vinnie Colletta as they do what they do best...make cool comics!

1 comment:

  1. Despite the less than stellar inking of Colletta, I like this early Grell artwork.



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