I finally found something I’ve been wanting to read on Ultra, Green Lantern: Kyle Rayner Vol 1, later 2.
I’ve always like the character but never had read about his adventures in comic, sure I had his action figure and seen Superman The Animated Series episode ‘…In Brightest Day.’
If @HubCityQuestion ever did a Tuesday Trivia on him, I’d probably get at least 2 question right.
I’ve been wanting to make a thread about a hero who may not get enough recognition, I look forward to reading many more adventures. I really like each Green Lantern members in sector 2814, Alan Scott, Hal Jordan, Jon Stewart, Guy Gardner, Jessica Cruz and Kyle Rayner.
If I’m forgetting anybody else, I do apologize, I’m still learning.
I hope Kyle Rayner’s adventures continues to this day, even with the return of Hal Jordan.
Just finish reading a sad issue when Kyle’s girlfriend was murder! I really thought she was a great supporting castmember!
Looking forward to what lies ahead for Green Lantern and his new adventures. It’s now in the Zero hours!
Yea…that death is infamous. I think Gail Simone ended up writing a little piece and looking at stories where ttauma/death was inflicted on female characters in order to progress the male character’s arc and not their own - all because of this specific death
It’s a trope that I am appalled at. The one I absolutely hate was actually recent with Kamala Khan, whose short death was just as insulting as you can get in bringing unnecessary tragedy to a male protagonist in modern times with a death of a young brown girl.
Setting that aside for now. Alex Dewitt was still an amazing character. I always believed that in her short appearance, she was more heroic than her boyfriend Kyle, and I’m glad I was made aware of the Circle of Fire storyline because apparently Kyle had the exact same sediment.