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In the aftermath to "War of the Green Lanterns," John Stewart and Kyle Rayner's world is left completely shattered. And they start to pick up the pieces starting right here and now. It won't be pretty.

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4.75 stars 4.75/5 Stars Average score of 2 user reviews

The Cover is a MASSIVE Piece of False Advertising 0

The Good: When I picked up this issue (atrociously misrepresentative cover aside) I was expecting 22 pages of John being mopey and introspective. And that could've been fine if it were well written, but that wasn't what I got. What I got was an incredibly unexpected look at John Stewart through the eyes of a new recruit. Not just an ordinary new recruit, but one drawn in from the events of War of the Green Lanterns. This issue deals with the fallout from the war in several facets, and frankly it...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

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As the followup to War of the Green Lanterns, this issue did more than the whole story arc did in terms of story and really even in terms of action.  The action follows Qurina Vint, a new recruit from those recruited by Mogo while he was corrupted.  She has decided to stay in the Corps but even without training she is sent on her first case almost immediately.  The siutations of the case make this so much more interesting, as the setting is one of pure science fiction and the solution reached ki...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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