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With tensions high from the fallout of “War of the Green Lanterns,” Kyle Rayner, Soranik Natu and Tomar-Tu confront a crisis in Sector 2813. What they find there will shatter this series’ status quo forever!

Written by TONY BEDARD
Art and cover by TYLER KIRKHAM and BATT
Variant cover by FRANCIS MANAPUL

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ghostmann08/18/11NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 2.9
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  1. I’ve enjoyed this book in the past, but the last two issue have really been annoying filler. Still, I really can’t resist a Kyle story, and that cover don’t hurt either… Here’s hoping for a return to form before the reboot!

    • I am with ya – the fillers in this book haven’t been very good. I have been enjoying the GL:EW one and done stories though.

  2. Hooray for mediocrity! 🙂

    Seriously, I hope this final book is better than the last two issues. Since I’m not picking up the new GL Corps, I’d like for this series to go out well.

  3. This was a fairly good story, but I feel as though the art didn’t do the storytelling justice and we were left with a mediocre issue.

  4. Wah waaaah. 2/5, with one star awarded only for Kyles’ awesome crab mask.

    Man, the solicits on quite a few DC books have been very off lately. Guess it’s hard to keep everything straight when you’re relaunching the entire line.

  5. it was nice to see Kolins can still produce great art. If only he’d do it on a regular basis.

  6. The art was the highpoint on this one. Some really nice lookin stuff. Especially from Kolins and Williams. I wasn’t expecting much story here, so I was satisfied by what was ultimately a nice sendoff.

  7. I thought this was pretty good. I even gave it a 4/5. I thought Kolins did a good job presenting these different stories and then tying them together with a nice send-off at the end. This really portrayed the toll the past events have taken on the Corps better than the previous couple of issues. I had no problems with the art – this is some of the best Kolins work I’ve seen in a while. In fact, with this style, he’d be a good fit for a GL book ongoing. The first couple of Williams panels had me worried, but it turned around quickly and, while a different style, looked great. I don’t understand the low rating on this book, other than it being sort of a “filler.”

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