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3.83 stars 3.83/5 Stars Average score of 3 user reviews
Unlike the treatment some other series are getting this month, this is not the end of this title, but at the same time it kind of feels like it is. The first twelve issues have basically been one long story arc for a team that never desired to be together. At the end of the previous issue Sayd revealed that it was her that had brought the heroes all together and now they discover the truth why. At the same time they are not sure who to trust and who to fight between Invictus and the Weaponer....4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
As always, Tyler Kirkham's artwork is crisp and clean; too bad he won't be doing this title anymore. The conclusion to the overarching story was good, but I hated that last page... argh!Please check my mini-review of Green Lantern: New Guardians #12 here:http://bit.ly/RNEXPOComments and feedback are always welcome!...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
I'm conflicted on this cover. It's a really nice cover, the concept and execution are definitely great, Kyle bound by restraints made from every color, and the simplicity works for it. The only problem is that it really doesn't fit this issue at all. Everyone's fine under Kyle, it's Sayd they're all ready to turn on. This cover would've been MUCH better earlier in the series, when they all hated Kyle.Tyler Krkham's art continues to be excellent, more cartoony than the other Lantern titles, but i...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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