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Members of the Green Lantern Corps take the backseat in this issue as the Indigo Tribe take the spotlight. While the hunt for the remaining super emotional entities continues, a new host for the indigo super entity known as Proselyte has been found. But more than that, many readers will be surprised, if not totally troubled by the fact that a new member of the tribe used be the second baddest ass (after Nekron) in the universe during the Blackest Night war. Plus, a disturbing truth about how the indigo rings work on their bearers’ emotions will be uncovered.
Another scene to watch out for is the big debate between Hal Jordan and Barry Allen (aka The Flash) which actually began in the last issue. Hal’s latest selection of team mates has been criticized by Barry. The fact that Hal continues to work with Larfleeze and Blue Lantern Saint Walker—and previously with Atrocitus and Sinestro—has become too hard to swallow not only for The Flash, but apparently even for Batman and Superman.
To make things worse, one of the most vicious super entities in the universe takes control of Barry Allen. Needless to say, the situation between Green Lantern and Flash has taken a dreadful turn and everyone’s guess as to what will happen next is as good as mine.
All in all, this is another remarkable issue written by Geoff Johns. The recent ethical conflict between Green Lantern and Flash is a classic in the making. I’m hoping that the next issue will continue to surprise us readers. Special mention goes to artist Doug Mahnke whose work in the Green Lantern series has tremendously improved. I personally like the dark lines and spaces, along with the very expressive faces of the character.