The war is over but it's not quite time to celebrate. The first issue let me down a little but this one got me even more excited for the September Green Lantern books than I was before. We see what is needed to be done in order to pick up the pieces after Krona's attack. Even though there are still a couple more Lantern books before the relaunch, this issue feels like it would be the perfect ending of this current chapter. We don't get all the answers we might want. Hopefully that means that these books will seamlessly flow into the new books and we'll find out more in September. Read Full Review
These are the kinds of issues I have missed in the Green Lantern line for it seems like months. The contents of this issue reminded me that not every issue has to have some super threat or major villain to be a good read. If you like your Green Lantern Corps to explore emotional conflicts between each other than this issue is a good one to pick up. Read Full Review
If you look at the beginning of the book to the end, though, you definitely see a shift. I'm not really sure what that means, except that the editor assigned their pages in the proper order. It's a nice little plateau to leave the Green Lantern titles on before everything starts over in a couple of weeks. Read Full Review
The GL franchise seems to be treading water these last few weeks until the relaunch. War of the Green Lanterns: Aftermath provides some small sustenance in the meantime, but fails to properly cap off the event or provide closure. Read Full Review
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