With the Templar Guardians still on Oa, Kyle faces the very real prospect that his life may soon come to an end. The love of Carol Ferris alone cant save him, and the foundation of the cosmos hangs in the balance.
While yes, at first glance you might think that this issue is strictly a fight scene between our hero and his evil doppelganger; who has aspirations of being Venom from Spider-Man, but when you look closer you realize that this has a lot of depth and is really the crossroads for what will happen to our hero in the future. It's a solidly told issue with great art that makes me realize that I'm really going to miss this book after it's final issue next month. Read Full Review
Green Lantern: New Guardians #39 is a compelling penultimate chapter to the journey Kyle Rayner has been on since the title's inception. Writer Justin Jordan effectively weaves his Futures End plot into current continuity and creates enough doubt about the fate of the titular character to build readers' anticipation for the final act. Four out of five lanterns. Read Full Review
Neves art this time around comes as more efficient but as looked closer, his art mostly consisted of bombastic action page after after action page using speed lines to cover up any back rounds. My personal favorite was the opening sequence for Kyle's mind of horrors. Just seeing the attention to detail as Alex Dewitt falls apart while simultaneously Kyle is enveloped in this goo. A disturbing way to begin a comic. Read Full Review