[Comic Review] Blackest Night #7
Review by Chris Beveridge
Mania Grade: B+
As Blackest Night gets ready to end, the action and events are ramping up significantly, both in the core book and in the side books. Here in the main one, the newly deputized Corps members cause a little trouble along the way but it's all preamble to the bigger events as Nekron finally makes the connection he wants with the Entity that's apparently for life, the universe and everything. It's not a full on win with what goes on here, but the overall Green Lantern mythology is well expanded here from front to back and it's made much more epic than it ever has before. Outside of it being central to Earth, I found it to be really engaging and fun to read as it's something that has been building for some time on a few different fronts. Blackest Night may not be ending with the same focus it had at the start as the trio we started out with pretty much are nowhere to be seen, but it's been a fluid and fun ride so far that hopefully has a solid enough ending coming up.
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