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BRIGHTEST DAY! A whole new chapter in the epic GREEN LANTERN saga gets under way as Guy Gardner begins his secret mission for Atrocitus, bringing him into conflict with Hal Jordan with massive repercussions for the Green Lantern Corps! Guy also get permission from the Guardians to chart the uncharted sectors of space. What happens when they discover his mission and what's waiting for them in the patrolled darkness?

Sector Zero, Planet Oa, Home of the Guardians of the Universe and the Green Lantern Corps: Guy Gardner is recording a message to Hal Jordan when he is interrupted by a security notification from his ring and flies off to find the stolen Rakkonium.

Space Sector 3600: Guy uses extreme force to stop some space pirates from making a get away with stolen Rakkonium and some kidnapped physicists, into the Unknown Sector. Then Guy gets an idea, and requests a meeting with the Guardians.

Back on Oa, inside the Planetary Citadel: Guy requests the Guardian allow him to chart the Unknown Sector, and to his surprise the Guardians agree with him. Guy then goes to find Ganthet, who is burying the Book of the the Black, with Lyssa Drax trapped inside. The two discuss the deal they made with Atrocitus, and it not sitting well with either of them. Guy then goes back to his recording and it turns out to be Guys last will and testament.

Planet Ysmault, Home of the Red Lanterns: Atrocitus orders Bleez to go to the Unknown Sector and follow Guy on his mission, and mindless Bleez agrees.

Planet Daxam: Sodam Yat, crashes to the planet surface, and is hidden by some kids.

The Unknown Sector: A pair of brainwashed Green Lanterns bring their prisoners to the feet of Zardor, believing him to be the Guardians of the Universe.

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Do We Really Need a Third Green Lantern Title? 0

If you're going to skip right down and argue with me after seeing my question, stop, because the answer is yes, yes we do. I mean, I'm not going to go all fanboy and say we need 10 Green Lantern titles, I just think that a lot of heroes need multiple titles. That way if you don't like an arc you're not stuck having to wait to read your favorite hero, and its always nice to see different creators takes on the same character or different sides of that character. (Yes, I;m referring mostly to my su...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Oracle Towers Reviews #9: What'cha gonna do when he comes for you 0

  Story: Peter Tomasi Pencil: Fernando Pasarin Ink: Cam Smith Cover: Rodolfo Migliari  Colour: Randy Mayor Letterer: Steve Wands Editor: Adam Schlagman Group Editor: Eddie Berganza Varient Cover: Lee Bermejo       Oh man im back, sorry about before but i thought i had a bad dream about supergirl,captain america and he-man connected together some how. anyways im here this week to do a new comic book review. ill give you all a minute to put your brains back into your skulls. yes one of the rar...

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A "Blood" Oath has been Taken 0

Honor Guard Lantern Guy Gardner has made a pact with Atrocitus (Red Lantern) and Ganthet (former Guardian turned Green Lantern) to stand against the oncoming doom of The War of the Green Lanterns. After nabbing a group of interstellar criminals, Guy Gardner records a message explaining his hidden motives in case things go wrong. He gets approval from the Guardians to patrol the unknown sectors of space to look for any threats before they can strike first, and the strange bleeding lip and color i...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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