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Guy Gardner has suddenly found himself at the top of the Red Lantern food chain—but in a pack of bloodthirsty animals like these, everyone’s a predator! If he wants their respect, he’s gonna need the nastiest piece of work in the Corps on his side…but Bleez has her own ideas about what Guy Gardner’s got coming to him!

Written by: Charles Soule
Art by: Alessandro Vitti
Cover by: Alessandro Vitti
Variant Cover by: Rags Morales

Price: $2.99
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TheMarkOfZorro07/31/13NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 4.2
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  1. I hope Gardner isn’t the leader of the Red Lanterns for too long. I like him and all but the way Atrocitus got his ass handed to him last issue left a bad taste in my mouth.

  2. How has this series not been canceled yet?

    • The first 20 issues can be ignored, but the new direction that began in issue #21 shows a lot of promise.

    • It sells as well as The Flash and better then Wonder Woman. Its also been really good since the start. Sometimes people don’t want justice. They want vengeance. This book really speaks to the power of rage. It clouds your mind but gives you unbelievable focus. Rage is fun.

    • Felt like looking that up, and RedBaron is not far off –

      Wonder Woman outsold Red Lanterns by a mere 300 or so copies. Impressive, the book has improved a lot under Soule but to match IMO DC’s best book is quite a feat, and a high profile book like WW at that.

  3. Is this book any good? I love Charles Soule’s writing. He’s been great on Thunderbolts.

  4. This new story arc is interesting. The Green lantern books have been mostly forgettable lately but this one has some possibilities. This is one of the few somewhat original ideas to come out of the 52 with Earth 2 being the best.

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