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 The most epic battle in BLACKEST NIGHT yet comes to a shocking conclusion as Hal Jordan makes the ultimate move to take on the Black Lantern Spectre. But what price comes with the unleashing of Parallax? And what does this mean for the future of the emotional spectrum's avatars?
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"It's so very good to be back" 0

So after last issue, sorry if you didn't read it but Hal Jordan becomes Parallax once again in order to take on Black  Lantern Spectre.  He does this because if you remember all the way back to Green Lantern Rebirth the Spectre had some problems when Parallax was around.   A little side note which I found hilarious was the reaction of Lex Luthor becoming and Orange Lantern.  All I have to say is "No, Hairless Earthman!"  Anyway So Carol is talking to (newly appointed) Green Lantern Ganthet about...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Heed his wishes 0

This issue is not quite as strong as the lead-in but it is still a very compelling issue.  With Parallax freed the Spectre is now his number one target.  After some initial posturing the Spectre and Hal Jordan/Parallax come face-to-face.  This is where the issue comes off a little weak in the direct confrontation and the words they have for each other, but with the resolution of this (well the Spectre gets freed) things don't thereafter go exactly as the heroes had planned, not to mention they h...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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