Writer: Robert Venditti
Artists: Ethan Van Sciver
Colors: Jason Wright
With a deadly mistake coming to light, the lines are drawn and tensions are on the rise. Will everything these two lantern corps have been working towards come to a crumbling halt?
***NON-SPOILERS and SUMMARY AT THE BOTTOM***
To Kill a Killer
When Tomar-Tu was faced with a moral dilemma, to let a killer live and possibly kill again, or to put an end to him forever…he chooses the latter. When discovered, Hal Jordan has to decide what to do with him. I mean he did take down a disgusting creature who killed kids for sport. Tomar decides to face his fate with dignity. But once he releases his ring, the deceased’s yellow ring will head out and let everyone know what has just occurred. But something odd happens, the yellow ring deactivates.
A furious Soranik confronts Kyle about their dead son. Anger doesn’t even begin to describe Soranik’s feelings at this point. Kyle’s fear surgeries through Soranik’s body, so much so that she brands his chest with it. I’m going to go ahead and assume that love fest is over. Meanwhile, John announces the guilt of Tomar-Tu, causing waves of angered Yellow Lanterns to want their revenge on him. Fear and will may never stand side by side.
Sum it Up
Ariel DuPey | NCR