DC Comics Fans, would you recommend "Green Lantern: Sinestro Corps War"?

DC Comics Fans, would you recommend "Green Lantern: Sinestro Corps War"? Topic: John green writing a new book
July 16, 2019 / By Coral
Question: I'm a Marvel fan, and I currently read and collect two titles, both written by Ed Brubaker. I want to expand my repertoire and start reading different things. I've heard good stuff about Geoff Johns' work and was thinking about getting some Green Lantern action. Is it good? Btw; I'm completely new to Green Lantern, so would "Sinestro Corps War" be a good starting point? Feel free to recommend other books too, I'd really appreciate it. Thanks in advance.
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Beryl Beryl | 3 days ago
Yes Geoff Johns is one of the best writers to write Green Lantern (Hal Jordan). The best place to start is Green Lantern No Fear,Green Lantern Wanted that's if you want to start from the beggining. Sinestro who is the archenemy of Green Lantern (Hal Jordan) has his own corps to battle the Green Lantern Corps. Action Comics Brave and the Bold is also another exceptional comic book by dc. It features the team up of the top super heroes in the DC universe. Justice League It's the answer to Marvel's Avengers and it has plenty of action and drama. Superman Batman It's World's Finest for the Modern Age as DC's two most popular super heroes are temaing up. Green Lantern Rebirth A super hero story of redemption who manages to come back. Pick it up it's a excellent mini series that was sold out.
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Sinestro Corps War is the best story DC has done in years. Pick it up and enjoy it. It's a decent starting point, but picking up the collections of Geoff Johns' other GL work, starting with GL Rebirth will help too. And it's a good read. :-)
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