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    It’s greed versus the entire spectrum as we finally learn the truth about who’s been orchestrating events since issue #1…and what trouble it means for the future of the DC UNIVERSE!


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    4.5 stars

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    My Universe 0

    It's extremely welcome to see Tyler Kirkham return after the weak fill in art from Tomas Giorello last issue. The cover doesn't blow me away, maybe the abundance of orange makes this a little less than eye-catching, but the idea is definitely very clever, and perfect for this issue. And the interior art is crisp and sharp as Kirkham usually is on his better days on this series.I'm not sure how I feel about St. Walker's sudden intense determination to kill Larfleeze. I understand the significant ...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Smells worse than it looks 0

    This is the battle that has been built up to for some time now and the secret of the ring thief is finally revealed.  As a template for the pre-new 52 DC Universe, the New Guardians has been much more in line with the previous Green Lantern Corps than any other cosmic series, and it proves it once again here.  While this is at its heart an issue centered around action, it is also backed up with some strong characters and some excellent plot developments.  The plot basically follows the New Guard...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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