Green Lantern #169

Writer: Benjamin Raab Artist: Rick Burchett Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: September 24, 2003 Critic Reviews: 1
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Kyle takes off for uncharted regions of space to save Kilowog's soul! An ancient race of beings has taken hold of one of Kyle's only allies, and Kyle will stop at nothing to make sure Kilowog is saved. Meanwhile, back on Earth, Jade finds herself questioning her relationship with Kyle.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Oct 2, 2003

    An utterly conventional adventure that some fans might be happy with is as does mark the return of the Green Lantern Corps, with four of the former Corps members deciding to accept Kyle's offer, and Kilowog is brought fully back to life. In fact this entire issue seems dependent on one being a big fan of the Corps era, as very little effort is made to offer much excitement beyond this quick rush to restore the book to the pre-Kyle Rayner era. To tell the truth I couldn't really care much one way or the other, as I didn't start picking up this title on a regular basis until after the Corps had been decimated, and as such I don't really hold any allegiance to that previous status quo. What I do know however is that I found this issue to be a flat, largely uninspired adventure, in which the big crisis is resolved in a manner that is the very definition of lazy writing. The subplot involving Jade back on Earth doesn't exactly look all that promising either, as it looks like an excuse to cu Read Full Review

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