A mysterious force has been killing Green Lanterns left and right and John and Guy have taken a team deep into space to end this intergalactic threat. The team arrives on the planet Xabas, only to come face-to-face with the Keepers. The Keepers quickly dispatch many of the Lanterns and gain the upper hand and force Guy and John to call a retreat. Many of them transport back to Oa using one of the present Lantern's natural teleportation powers, but they quickly find that Stewart and a small number of Lanterns have been left behind to fight for their lives.
Green Lantern #67 arrived in stores last week, and with its arrival, the War of the Green Lanterns epic also concluded. With this issue, volume four of the title ended. The only question is whether it ended on a low-note or a high one. Forward!
By now you'll have seen the Green Lantern movie, and if you haven't, you probably won't at all. To supplement the film, DC opted to release five tie-in one-shots focusing on characters in the movie. Preceded by issues focusing on Tomar Re, Kilowog and Abin Sur, the fourth one-shot centres on Hal Jordan and is penned by Green Lantern guru and one of the film's writers in Greg Berlanti.
Last week issue two of the Arkham City mini-series was released. The mini-series, serving as the bridge between the highly successful video game, Batman: Arkham Asylum and its sequel Arkham City, is five issues long and looks to elaborate on the story after the first game while setting up the conditions for the follow-up. Does the book measure up to the game, or is it just another video game-comic book tie in? Onward!
Writer: Peter Tomasi Pencils: Fernando Pasarin Inks: Cam Smith Colours: Gabe Eltaeb Letters: Steve Wands Cover: Felipe Massafera; Tyler Kirkham and Batt with Nei Ruffino Publisher: DC Comics Here we are Green Lantern fans! Part three of the War…