In the aftermath of the bloody first arc of the series, John Stewart must bring the body of a fallen Lantern back to his family. But how can John tell them the truth: that he caused this Lantern's death!
Green Lantern Corps number seven is a great exploration of the aftermath of war and the affect it has on the people who survive it and the families of those who don't while setting the stage for the next set of events to unfold. Some average art aside this is a solid issue getting four out of five lanterns. Read Full Review
A sympathetic treatment of what happens after the dust clears and you find yourself having to keep your conscience secret from others. Unfortunately, weak art defeats the emotional wallop this issue otherwise holds. Read Full Review
I appreciate what Tomasi set out to do with this issue, but it didn't elevate John Stewart in the way it needed to. The ending in particular was too sappy to carry the emotional weight intended. This series really needs to prove that John has a reason to be in the spotlight other than the fact that he has nowhere else to be. It's not as if Guy and friends aren't capable of carrying the book on their own. Read Full Review
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