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The Universal Ring wields the strength of the entire Lantern spectrum, making it too powerful for any one being. The Guardians had no choice but to erase it from the Book of Oa and hide it within another universe...on the Planet of the Apes.

When Cornelius unearths this ring, Hal Jordan and the Green Lanterns will have to outrun Sinestro, who is bent on claiming the ring for himself.

From writers Robbie Thompson (Silk, Spidey) and Justin Jordan (Green Lantern: New Guardians, Luther Strode), and artist Barnaby Bagenda (Omega Men) comes a universe-spanning epic that pits Lantern against Ape in the ultimate fight for power. Collects the complete limited series.

List of covers and their creators:

CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
RegRegular CoverEthan Van Sciver (a) & Jason Wright (c)1
RECBLDF Exclusive Variant CoverJason Wright (a) & Scott Newman (d)Missing


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Green Lantern - Planet of the Apes 0

This TPB makes the worlds of the GL Corps and Planet of the apes collide.I did not find anything great about the story. The covers lead me in a wrong directions and the art is not always spot on.The story :Negative : I thought it was sometimes difficult to follow for someone who doesn't know well Planet of the Apes. Or maybe it's just confusing. The characters seem to react according to what the story needs instead of how they should/would normally react. Cornelius in particular seems to have qu...

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