Kind of bored by these Eclipso annuals at this point, so, in brief:
Flash Annual #5 - Early artwork from Travis Charest, the Golden Glider plots her revenge against both the Flash and the Rogues. Mildly decent Flash story, pretty awful Eclipso stuff shoehorned in though.
Justice League Europe Annual #3 - Metamorpho saves the day is about all I can remember as Eclipsed Flash and Green Lantern battle their teammates and collect Power Girl for their team. And again, the League fights amongst themselves.
Green Lantern Annual #1 - Andy Smith, another Bart Sears clone, draws real pretty, except for the ugly, giant, beestung lips he puts on all his women (and some of his men). Anyway, melodrama abounds as Star Sapphire rears her nasty head and prepares to kill Hal Jordan, who spends a lot of time running around in his boxers and socks.
Green Arrow Annual #5 -oh, ew. Just… nasty looking comic-booking from Trevor Von Eeden and a painfully drab story from Sarah Byam. This era of Green Arrow is the Green Arrow I knew, and it’s no wonder I never really liked the character.
Detective Comics Annual #5 - The worst thing about these annuals is those horrendous set-ups establishing that a character is angry. Here, Commissioner Gordon has a visit from his wheelchair-bound daughter Barbara, and as he no doubt does every time he sees her, he gets angry because the Joker shot her and crippled her. Next thing you know, a black diamond is in his possession, he vomits out an Eclipso beast which rampages through Gotham after the Joker and Batman takes it out with a children’s glow stick. Uh hummm.