Future State: Green Lantern #1 is a book that takes the term "future state" very seriously; things have gone outrageously wrong for the 7,200 members of
Hal Jordan is being held by General Zod on Jekuul. Kyle Rayner has reported this to the Green Lantern Corps, but the Guardians are unwilling to let their Green Lanterns jump into the situation haphazardly. Can they save Hal in time? Is it a good read?
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The massive celestial creature, which Orion calls a golem, is unleashing hell upon Hal Jordan, Kyle Rayner, and Orion, as well as the people of Slyggia, which is the home planet of Salaak of the Green Lantern Corps. Kyle protects Orion as Hal attempts to go one on one with the massive creature[...]
However, Salaak detects a gravity distortion in a populated sector and sends GL's Hal Jordan and Kyle Rayner to investigate. They arrive to find the entire system wiped out, and Orion arrives shortly after He is being hunted by the celestial beings form the beginning, and the two Green Lanterns are going to have to fight[...]
I love Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps Rebirth. Robert Venditti has put together a Green Lantern comic book that rivals the glory days of Geoff Johns