ryonslaught's Green Lantern: New Guardians #3 - Part Three review

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A glimpse of things to come

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The Good

Cover- Kirkham, Batt & Ruffino turn in a lovely cover showcasing Ganthet and Kyle while all the other coloured lanterns lay at their feet defeated.

Mystery- We all know Kyle is one hundred times the Green Lantern Hal is but why is he a ring magnet? Why can he wield all the power of the emotional spectrum? Sure we know he was Ion at one point and was essentially God but with the recent reboot we have no clue if this is still applicable?! Tony Bedward you have opened the flood gates of never ending questions by putting Kyle in this situation, we salute you and wait on the inevitable explanation!Art- Tyler Kirkham and Harvey Tolibao throw down in the art department and we get some pretty good art complimented by the dynamic colors of Nei Ruffino.

Action- Rejoice comic fans fights abound inside!

The Bad

Slow- Tony Bedward like Brian Michael Bendis is obviously writing for the Trade Paper Back market and thus the story won’t make much sense as a one off tale but only when all pieces are gathered.

The Ugly

Fatality and Kyle together again and heading down a rabbit hole of epic proportions 3/5

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    Little Blue Men = Ultimate Evil of the Universe 0

    I found this to be another outstanding issue. The emotional spectrum powered Kyle Rayner turns on the Guardians in a rage over the other guardians stripping Ganthet of his emotions—which I am just as enraged over to be honest. As the cover suggests though Kyle is unable to control all the rings and is quickly depowered. The Guardians once again show just how powerful they are by taking down the other lantern corps members as well, including the orange ring which turned out only to be a construct...

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