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Green Lantern Corps #7 (Adios, Bluechachos Spoilers)

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Postby Punchy » Sun Mar 25, 2012 9:29 am

In the events of the fight against the Keepers, John Stewart was forced to kill a fellow Green Lantern who was about to betray the Corps out of cowardice, it was a shocking scene and it’s cool to see it reverberate beyond the end of the story and for Tomasi to show that John’s actions weigh very heavily on him. It was probably a bit of manipulative over-kill for Kirrt to have a mentally-challenged little brother, but this was still a rather emotional issue which dealt well with what John did. He’s had to do something like this twice now, what with having to kill Mogo in ‘War Of The Green Lanterns’ and I can’t help but thinking something pretty bad is going to happen to him soon. Claude St. Aubin stepped in as guest-artist and did an OK job of emulating Pasarin’s style, which is all I really ask from a fill-in.
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Postby avengingtitan » Sun Mar 25, 2012 5:35 pm

Fantastic issue.

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