Conclusion.” Of the series? Apparently, since it and Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps are being re-launched as The Green Lantern. Which I presume means
the other GLs will be pushed back into supporting roles. Though the future
plans for Jessica Cruz are vague and ill-defined, so maybe DC Comics has bigger
plans for her.
starts of with a bang, as Cyborg-Super-Lantern flash fries a mother and child
on the streets of Coast City. Intending to blast the place into smithereens
(again), he can only be stopped by Hal Jordan and his new-and-improved power
ring. But since Cyborg-Super-Lantern has the power of Superman as well, will
Hal have the will power to defeat him?
With the end
of the story, this also marks the end of Mike Perkins artwork. I’m sure there
is a title out there suitable for his style of rendering – or in this case,
scanning photos of cities and using them for backgrounds. As for his figures
and faces, on this particular book, it looks like a high school kid imitating
Neal Adams. I should know; I WAS that high school kid. But he’s working in
comics and I’m not, so your mileage may vary.
On one hand,
there is no extended epilogue, which I often find to be overly drawn out. On
the other hand, with so many story elements involved, perhaps this issue needed
it. It seemed a wee bit abbreviated at the end.