As I stated, this issue serves more as a character vehicle and tie-in rather than Part 3 of "The Sinestro Corps War." For Green Lantern fans it is an excellent story with an interesting insight into Sinestro and his home world. For anyone who is not a Green Lantern fan, this issue is great for character structure and development but doesnt capture the same intensity and madness of the first two installments of "The Sinestro Corps War." It is essentially just a tie-in, but its a great example of how tie-in issues should work with big events. Read Full Review
As always, Patrick Gleason continues to do wonderful work on Green Lantern Corps. His figures are powerful and dynamic, and he does a great job conveying the characters’ emotions through their facial expressions. His Sinestro looks cunning and fierce; Natu appears confident and beautiful; and Green Man is physically powerful, yet he has a warm demeanor. Also, Dave Gibbons delivers one of his better scripts on the series to date. It helps that the issue mainly focuses on Natu, Sinestro, and Green Man, and not an overwhelming amount of characters. Read Full Review
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