Long story short, I've finally decided to get back into comic books. Read them as a kid, but I've been out of the loop for quite some time. I've made the decision that, for the time being, I'm going to stick with just one "new 52" comic book title. I just don't know which one yet, but I have gotten it down to three choices. Green Arrow: I don't think I ever did read any Green Arrow related comics, but the little I do now about him interests me. I love the archer aspect to him, and his similarities to Batman. While I'm not sure how I feel about Ollie looking younger, I do like the look of his new outfit. My relative noob-ish-ness with the character in-general has me very interested in this comic. I have seen some significantly negative reviews about it, but there have been some nice and positive reviews too, and the more I read about the comic, the more interested I become. Green Lantern: New Guardians: While I, for the most part, don't remember all that much from the comic books I read as a kid, I do remember Kyle Rayner. Which is why I'm contemplating this new title with him taking charge now that Hal is "gone". Also, the aspect of having the seven spectrum's represented interests me. Red Lanterns: Not entirely sure what's drawing me towards this one. Might be the art, or all of the red. I've seen both good and bad reviews for this one, but nothing too strongly in either direction. Basically, if you could recommend one of these three comics, which one would it be? I have added a third poll option for anybody who would like to recommend something else. However I severely doubt that I'll go with any options outside of this list. Also, I've seen that each one of these comics has two versions of the first issue. As far as I can tell, the only difference is the cover-art. Would it be worth-while to obtain both versions of the first issue of the comic I end-up going with? I don't intend to collect these for any future worth, but I do plan keeping them as nice as possible, and buying all of the story's issues from here on out (till whenever it's ended/renumbered).