Green Lantern #35

    Green Lantern » Green Lantern #35 - Secret Origin, Part 7 released by DC Comics on November 1, 2008.

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    Secret Origin, Part 7 last edited by Nergal_999 on 03/30/23 11:56PM View full history

    Sinestro and Hal have been summoned back to Oa. The Guardians of the Universe want them to answer for supposedly breaking the territorial edict. Therefore, their rings autopilot them back to Oa to face the Guardians.

    The Guardians are upset at Sinestro for breaking this edict a second time. Sinestro claims that he was assisting a rookie in the apprehension of Atroticus of the Five Inversions. The Guardians do not take this to heart and state that this isn't an excuse to break the edict. The Guardians want Atroticus to be returned to Ysmault where he will finish out the remainder of his sentence, an eternity of imprisonment.

    Hal begins to speak his mind and question the rules set forth by the Guardians. He questions why the Green Lantern Corps members must be separated, why the Manhunters went rogue, and if the Guardians even felt fear. This last question enrages the Guardians and Sinestro abruptly puts an end to Hals questioning. He's afraid that he may have pushed them a little too far.

    The Guardians tell Hal that he was out of line to mention that and threaten him to the verge of expulsion.

    Sinestro retorts the Guardians and claims that in some circumstances it is necessary for fellow Corps members to travel to other sectors of the galaxy to assist them, help them grow, and to make sure that they are "in check". All of these things can ensure that the Massacre of Sector 666 does not ever happen again.

    The Guardians leave Hal with his ring and in the care of Sinestro as they contemplate their decision. Sinestro then begins to gather his things in preparation for transporting Atroticus to Ysmault. Sinestro tells Hal that they will reconvene in another month so he can "evaluate Hals' progress".

    Back in Ferris airfield, Tom and Hal are discussing which aircraft Hal is going to be taking up that day. Tom, in a matter of three weeks, has repaired the old plane which was off to the junk yard. This aircraft is special to Hal because it is one that his father had taken him up in as a child.

    At Edwards Air Force base, Hector Hammond is contained inside a small chamber in Hangar 44. He wants out and doesn't appreciate being "poked and prodded" by their scientists. Hector is jealous of Hal and Green Lantern's lifestyle.

    In Coast City Hospital, William Hand is seen browsing bodies in the morgue by the security guard. William kills the guard with his Cosmic Divining Rod.

    Sinestro, finally delivers Atrocticus to Ysmault. As he's about to leave the Five Inversions begin to taunt him about witnessing Abin Sur's death. They also state a prophesy that Sinestro's homeworld will decend into civil unrest with riots, and a 'bloody coup'. Krougar will lead the unrest. Sinestro states his doubt and that they cannot instill fear in him. Atrocticus threatens that one day Sinestro will feel his rage and will burn with it.


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    wrapping it up 0

    In Brief: Hal and Sinestro have a chat with the blue oompa loompas, where some pretty interesting things come up. The rest of the issue feels a bit like the end of a pilot episode for a T.V. show.   The Writing: After the action of the last issue this one represents a cool-down. Last issue was the climax of the story, this is the denoument, where everything gets tied up in a relatively nice package.  While Johns does just about everything well, he seems to be returning to his forte here. This is...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Get in the air 0

    Although other issues of the seven issue long Secret Origins series combined both the past and the present into the traditional Hal Jordan origin this one looks only to the future pretty much ignoring traditional elements and instead focusing on the new threat from the Red Lanterns.  What results is a pretty well contained issue with decent dialogue and setup for future events, just one without a lot of action.  That being the case this pretty much rests on the dialogue and here that takes the s...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Green Lantern Secret Origin Part 7 0

     In this interesting conclusion, there is much left to be desired. Maybe, some of these stories will flesh out in the forth coming “real time” stories in Issues number 36 and beyond, but the conclusion to the Secret Origins story seems too open ended. In this issue, Hal Jordan makes the Guardians upset by his questions—it seems that Hal Jordan represents who Americans often are. They ask the hard questions and they seek for the truth. We Americans don’t put up with a lot of double speak and smok...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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