Green Lantern: Brother's Keeper

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Dc Comics, Jul 1, 2003 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 128 pages
10 Reviews
In the award-winning and controversial GREEN LANTERN: BROTHER'S KEEPER, Green Lantern must face an evil that is greater than even his unlimited powers, prejudice and hatred. When a friend of Green Lantern is beaten and left for dead because of his sexual orientation, the ring-wielding hero embarks on a mission of vengeance. But as Green Lantern looks to punish the hate crime perpetrators by crossing a deadly line of violence, he becomes caught in a personal battle between great power and moral responsibility. An emotional and thought provoking tale, this book examines the true depths of human ignorance and viciousness that unfortunately exist in the world that we all live in.

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Review: Green Lantern, Volume 3: Brother's Keeper (Green Lantern)

User Review  - Shaun - Goodreads

An interesting look at hate crimes against homosexuals in out society. Kyle reaction was understandable, but leaving earth was a little extreme. I am glad that DC introduced a gay character and not ... Read full review

Review: Green Lantern, Volume 3: Brother's Keeper (Green Lantern)

User Review  - Jdetrick - Goodreads

More good from Winick. Some may say the moralizing is laid on thick, but it works for me and the last storyline of the collection always touches me. Read full review


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About the author (2003)

Winick has been cartooning professionally since he was sixteen.