The sleeper in the sun has awakened! Green Lantern Kyle Rayner and his renegade team of Lanterns are all that stands between the creature Invictus and planetary genocide.

But in this battle, how did Fatality and the rest of the Lanterns end up being the bad guys?

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

Price: $2.99
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Avg Rating: 3.6
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  1. Another title on the ropes for me this week and the only real thing keeping this alive is now Larfleze.


  2. I’ve been surprised by the direction this book has gone compared to where I thought it was going when it was announced and with the first issue. I have been pleasantly surprised considering I don’t like Kyle that much.

    I like this better than Corp, which is a big surprise.

  3. As a Green Lantern fan, I have tried getting into this book … it’s hard, though, because it just seems like action-for-the-sake-of-action; held together by a flimsy premise, composed just for the purpose of accomplishing a “wouldn’t it be awesome to get all the different color lanterns working together for some reason? BUT ONLY THE SECOND IN COMMANDS!” working vehicle.

    Also … Another problem I have with the books is the covers. The covers of EVERY issue (sans the 1st) show the New Guardians getting their asses kicked or just generally being tossed about. It just seems very silly to me. As does the whole concept of this series.

  4. Gave this issue a 3.5 rating and I will be honest this was better than the Corp. title. I really can’t say for sure how much longer I will be reading all of these GL titles but, I think next month will be the last for a few of them.


  5. This series has turned out better than expected. I have to admit I’m glad I didn’t drop it after the first issue.

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