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In this 3-issue miniseries, writers Geoff Johns and Peter J. Tomasi (GREEN LANTERN CORPS) reveal the secrets behind the Lanterns of BLACKEST NIGHT! Bear witness to Blue Lantern Saint Walker's pilgrimage of hope, Star Sapphire Carol Ferris' sacrifice for love, Green Lantern Kilowog's courageous beginnings, Red Lantern Vice's source of rage, Orange Lantern Blume's bizarre creation, and the first appearance of the mysterious Indigo, leader of the Indigo Tribe!Stories:

Fly Away:

Bleez's origin, her loss and hatred of a member of Sinestro Corps led her to become a Red Lantern.

Lost Love:

A Star Sapphire ring approaches Carol Ferris and waits to be accepted onto her hand. Carol and the ring talk about the love of her life, Hal, before Carol accepts the ring and becomes a Star Sapphire once again.

Blume Godhead:

The origin of the ever hungry Blume/God of Hunger. His travels from planet to planet eating what he can before Agent Orange assimilated him into the Orange Lantern Corps.

The Symbols of the Spectrum:

Written by Green Lantern artist Ethan Van Sciver of Sector 2814. He discusses how he came up with each symbol for each corps and the meaning behind them.

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The Eye of the Beholder 0

Once again, a special review for a special case. Being that this issue is full of several stories, I'm going to review each story as I read them."The Angel of the Red Lanterns" - The story of Bleez, the most beautiful woman in several sectors. She's royalty in her homeworld and she's been faced with suitor after suitor and turned them all down. I don't blame the suitors, she's a hot girl with angel wings. But today is not her day, the newest suitor is a Sinestro Corps member and he has the right...

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Returning things of no value 0

Again this issue is broken into different stories, each of which looks at a specific corps and its members.  In the first a member of the Red Corps is looked at - Lady Bleez.  This is kind of a creepy story (one aspect of it stops just short of rape) but I thought it was effective in displaying what is a genuine display of emotion regarding a traumatic experience.  Not every person responds to such experiences with their eyes opened to the world, some desire a fiery vengeance.  The second story ...

2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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