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Written by Peter J. Tomasi
Pencilled by Claude St. Aubin
Inked by Scott Hanna
Lettered by David L. Sharpe
Colored by Gabriel Abdulati Eltaeb
Cover by Ivan Reis & Joe Prado
Cover Color by Rod Reis

Size: 0 pages
Price: 2.99

I am thankful that the Green Lantern books were spared the apocalypse that has ruined the DCU for me. Green Lantern Corps has been an entertaining read for me since the first issues of the old series. The new series, with it’s tight continuity and respect for it’s readers and fans is something Bob Harras and the rest of his editorial/creative crew at DC should take a look at and study.
This issue was a great experience for me. From Guy Gardner’s ideology arguement with the Guardians, to John Stewart taking a fallen fellow corps memb home for an emotional funural this issue had it all and delivered in spades. Peter J Tomasi is one of DC’s most underated writers, Claude St. Aubin and Scott Hanna were nothing short of fantastic. This book is moving into my top five new DC books. If you haven’t taken a look at it, it’s time you did…you will not be disappointed.

Story: 5 - Excellent
Art: 5 - Excellent


  1. Both Guy and John acted the way I would expect them to. I thought it was a “safe” issue, but that’s fine since we are wrapping up an arc. I thought the scenes depicting Kirrt’s family were very wooden and cliched: the mentally challenged hounger brother who looked up to him, the mother who lost control, and the father who didn’t seem fazed. It was a fine issue, and will be sticking with the series. Like you, I’ve been a fan of the series since the beginning of the last volume.

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