Red Lanterns Vol. 2 by Peter Milligan
The Death of the Red Lanterns (The New 52)

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The Red Spectrum of Rage is the lifeblood of the Red Lanterns and it is dying, poisoned by one of their own.

Atrocitus, the creator of the Red Lanterns, is haunted by his past. One of his creations, the powerful Red Lantern Abysmus, has been freed from his imprisonment and intends to destroy not only the Red Lanterns, but all life. In the chaos of their dying planet, Atrocitus must also face a civil war led by his right hand Bleez. Did Bleez free Abysmus in an effort to topple Atrocitus? Is
the new human Red Lantern Jack Moore the key to stopping Abysmus and restoring the Red Spectrum of Rage?

About Peter Milligan

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Irish writer Peter Milligan joined Vertigo in 1989 with the mini-series SKREEMER and soon became an imprint mainstay, writing both SHADE THE CHANGING MAN, HUMAN TARGET, ENIGMA, GREEK STREET and HELLBLAZER. For the DC Universe, he has written Batman in DETECTIVE COMICS and is acknowledged as the driving force behind the Knightfall event. He began his comics career with England's 2000 AD, notably its Bad Company serial. He was named one of Entertainment Weekly's "it" writers in 2002. Milligan is currently writing JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK and RED LANTERNS for DC Comics as a part of DC Comics--The New 52.
Published March 12, 2013 by DC. 144 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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Red Lanterns are superbeings with powers similar to Green Lanterns but are fueled by rage and the desire for vengeance, not the pursuit of justice and order. Steadfast fans of modern superhero comics should appreciate this second volume in the new ongoing series featuring the edgy wit of Irish wr...

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