On Oa, the Lanterns there learn that the Book of Oa has been rewritten by the Guardians to allow the power rings to kill any Sinestro Corps members. The series and its tie-in issues have been collected into a number of volumes: The series has received generally positive reviews. [28] IGN also reviewed the series favorably, and rated the first three individual issues between 8.7 and 9.3 out of a possible 10.[29][30][31]. Superman expresses his happiness that J'onn has returned. Kilowog is able to defeat Arkillo in San Diego but decides to remove his ring rather than kill him. Geoff Johns has identified the series' central theme as emotion. The "Lost Lanterns" learn that the Anti-Monitor is performing experiments on the Ion entity. Superboy-Prime then throws the Anti-Monitor into space and proceeds to attack everyone around him. Sinestro then returns to Qward to join the battle occurring there. [16] By January 2007, Johns, Gibbons and editor Peter Tomasi had planned out most of the storyline. Sodam Yat manages to destroy Ranx from within. As Mera comforts Jason, Ronald is confused and asks Atom what is happening and where Professor Stein is. Salaak instructs Arisia to look after the rookie Green Lantern Sodam Yat, a Daxamite who is prophesied to be the "Ultimate Green Lantern". Deadman, the only one of the resurrected still wearing a White Ring, is stunned to realize he is alive and something is wrong. Just as Hal and the others are about to be killed, the Lost Lanterns arrives with the Ion entity and both groups escape back to Oa. The Anti-Monitor's remains, having been blown across the vacuum of space at the battle's climax, lands on a dark planet where it is transformed by an unknown force into a black power battery. The united Lantern Corps attacks Nekron. Hal, John and Guy return to Earth and warn the Justice League of the Anti-Monitor's return. These corps each draw from different emotions, corresponding with the seven colors of the rainbow (red for rage, orange for avarice, yellow for fear, green for willpower, blue for hope, indigo for compassion and violet for love). [17] The issues were late additions to the crossover that DC added after the initial successes of "Sinestro Corps War". They remove a section devoted to a prophecy concerning the "Blackest Night," against the objections of two of their number, Ganthet and Sayd. Parallax and Sinestro then meet with the Sinestro Corps' Guardian, the Anti-Monitor and are revealed to be two of the Anti-Monitor's four heralds, along with the aforementioned Superboy-Prime and Cyborg Superman. After removing and imprisoning the Ion entity from Kyle's body, Sinestro reveals that the sentient virus Despotellis was responsible for the death of his mother. One of the Guardians sacrifices himself to send Superman-Prime to an alternate universe and another, Scar, suffers a major wound at the hands of the Anti-Monitor, while Hal and Kyle subdue and arrest Sinestro in Coast City. Following his defeat in Green Lantern: Rebirth, the events of Green Lantern: Sinestro Corps Special #1 see the supervillain Sinestro retreat to the planet Qward in the Antimatter Universe. The Guardians' Book of Oa contains a prophecy called "The Blackest Night" which states: A face of metal and flesh shall speak of the secrets of the 52.Fear will rise. Nekron briefly fights the Anti-Monitor and banishes him to his home in Qward, the Antimatter Universe. [26] The Tales of the Sinestro Corps one-shots focused on: "Sinestro Corps War" introduced the Sinestro Corps in full after allusions to them throughout the post-One Year Later Green Lantern title. "[30] The issue also laid the foundations for the 2009 event Blackest Night,[10] something the creators had been working towards since early 2007. Tie-ins include issues of Green Lantern and Green Lantern Corps starting with issues #43 and #38, respectively, and nine 3-issue limited series: Blackest Night: Tales of the Corps, Blackest Night: Superman, Blackest Night: Batman, Blackest Night: Titans, Blackest Night: Wonder Woman, Blackest Night: Flash, and Blackest Night: JSA. [36], Critical reception to "Sinestro Corps War" was highly positive. Sinestro then attacks Hal and reveals that his plan all along was to make the Guardians approve the use of lethal force and make the universe fear the Green Lantern Corps. The Center Color. The conclusion of "Sinestro Corps War" sets up the third and final part of the trilogy, Blackest Night, which was published in 2009. Just as Parallax (now back in his monster form) attacks the lanterns for freeing Kyle Rayner, Ganthet and the other guardian Sayd, arrive and draw Parallax into four separate lanterns (Hal, Kyle, John, and Guy's, respectively). On Oa, the Green Lanterns are met by all of the resurrected Lanterns, now reborn as Black Lanterns. Expanding upon the overall story are four one-shots labeled Tales of the Sinestro Corps, as well as one tie-in with Blue Beetle #20. Hawkgirl and Hawkman are killed by Black Lanterns Elongated Man and Sue Dibny and join the growing Black Corps. We embraced the balance between the Spectrum. [2] In Green Lantern (vol. Hal breaks into a nearby factory and takes control of ten yellow power rings, using his experience as Parallax's host to power them. The asteroids, which are apparently the remains of the planet Xanshi, are shattered and a large quantity of black power rings move through them. Ganthet called the Sinestro Corps attack of Earth the second verse of the hidden chapter, with the Blackest Night being the third and final verse. Without Henshaw to control them, the Manhunters shut down. As the Anti-Monitor prepares to kill him, the Guardians arrive and place the Ion entity inside Sodam Yat, declaring him the new Ion. John Stewart warns Hal that every Black Lantern in the universe is heading for Earth. Critical and fan reception to "Sinestro Corps War" was highly positive. Destiny awaits". Barry arrives in Coast City, where Scar has teleported with the Black Central Power Battery. Thoughts and feelings Coalesced into a unique emotional spectrum. [23][24] Also, Action Comics features a story arc in which Lex Luthor starts a universal quest to locate the energy of the Black Lantern Corps after being infused with the Orange Light of Avarice.[25]. 4) #25, the Guardians decide to bring the second of the new laws into effect. The Cyborg Superman attacks Superman and Superboy-Prime attacks the Justice Society while Hal confronts Parallax just before the latter is about to kill Hal's family. In addition to the main story, DC released four Tales of the Sinestro Corps one-shots in September, October and November 2007. Salakk arrives to help Kilowog while Arkillo and the remaining Sinestro Corps members retreat. The Sinestro Corps, alongside Superboy-Prime and the Manhunters, invade Earth. Green Lantern #25 expanded on the "emotional spectrum" concept and introduced five new color-based corps of similar structure to the Green Lanterns and the Sinestro Corps.

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