Green Lantern #165

Writer: Benjamin Raab Artist: Rick Burchett Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: May 28, 2003 Critic Reviews: 1
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Adrift in space, Kyle must summon the surviving Green Lanterns to Oa to take down The Black Circle Syndicate. Kyle needs their help—after all, he can't stop an entire intergalactic crime organization alone! The only catch? He's going to have to prove the title of Green Lantern is still worth fighting for. And don't miss the startling return of Kilowog!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jun 7, 2003

    A patently ordinary adventure that seems quite content to tease the readers once again with the promise of reforming the Green Lantern Corps, but instead we're rewarded with a series of uninspired acts of heroism. I mean it's nice to see Ben Raab respects the power levels that Kyle brings to the table, but there's very little entertainment value to action when the hero doesn't break a sweat, and the situations that are developed are tired scenarios in which Ben Raab has done little more that insert "aliens" into the mix. Instead of foiling a presidential assassination Kyle is rescuing the lead robot on a machine world. Instead of rescuing people from a burning building, Kyle's keeping a ship from plunging into a star. Instead of saving a farm from locust, he's saving an alien farm from giant locust. I mean this isn't exactly an impressive display of creativity, and it would appear that the Corps members had the right idea when they left before Kyle could bore them any more with his hum Read Full Review

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