As one of the newer series to come out of the DC relaunch, I, Vampire has delivered a vampiric dose of horror into the DCU over its first five issues. With a crossover with Peter Milligan's Justice League Dark looming, issue six of this series was released alongside the latter title last week to help kick-off one of DC's first crossover stories within its new status quo. The question left to answer though is how well this book, and its first story arc for that matter, were able to stand on their own.
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.
Last week DC released the third issue of one of its less prominent books in Red Hood and the Outlaws #3. Having gained more notoriety it seems for its reportedly over-sexualized artwork than its own merits, let's take a look at this latest release from DC's New 52.
This week CBD takes a look at the final issue of Green Lantern Corps before the big DC 52 relaunch.