For those of you reading Red Lanterns there was the final expected moment at the end of issue 5 where John Moore finally succumbs to his rage and becomes a Red Lantern (by the name of Rancorr.) This has been alluded to since pretty much the first issue, but his acceptance of a power ring (even a red one) is a strange enough event. I have written before about the green power rings in sector 2814 having something against female members, even while other sectors do not. In reality though there is another pretty big discrepancy as well. It has been mentioned before (during Blackest Night) about why there never were Green Lanterns from Earth previously and then all of a sudden there are four (it had to do with ancient prophecies) but even with this as a decent working explanation for why the power rings never chose representatives from Earth until recently, it does not really cover another sort of glaring oversight - that power rings accept only people from the USA. This has been the case with all four contemporary Green Lanterns, as well as with Carol Ferris, the Queen of the Star Sapphires (or the purple lanterns) and Nicole Morrison, the girl chosen as a representative for the Blue Lanterns. So first the first time ever a ring has chosen a representative from somewhere else on Earth, this time from the "very different" country known as England. Of course, there is the conflict between real world and comic world, where business decisions tell comic book editors that an American is much more interesting than a foreigner (though some characters don't bear this out) but anyway it is nice to see, if not a little overdue, to see the rings finally looking a little past the borders of the most self-serving location for a bearer.