Review: This issue opens with the Sinestro Corps(minus Sinestro)preparing to attack the Weaponer and the Qwardians. The Green Lantern Honor Guard doesn't want to see any loss of life, so they step in to defend the Qwardians, without openly attacking the members of the Sinestro Corps, which would've restarted the war between the two factions. This leads to a stalemate, with John Stewart ferrying the Qwardians inside of the Weaponer's castle hoping to find something to help defend the Qwardians against the Sinestro Corps attack. By this point Sinestro arrives on the scene and is immediately attacked by the Weaponer. Sinestro shrugs off EVERYTHING the Weaponer throws at him(REALLY?!?!?)and prepares to kill him. However he is halted by the timely arrival of John Stewart and a bunch of Qwardians carrying weapons.
Thoughts: Okay, I have one MAJOR gripe with this comic... When the HELL did Sinestro become more powerful than Ganthet, who is probably the oldest and presumably the most powerful of the Guardians of the Universe?! I mean Ganthet was defeated by the Weaponer last issue in a matter of panels with a NET! A NET!!! This issue we get Sinestro standing through EVERYTHING the Weaponer threw at him, shrugging it all off, and then nearly killing the Weaponer! What gives? So I'm supposed to believe that Sinestro is more powerful than the Guardians(who have been established as some of the most powerful creatures in the entire DCU), and yet he can't defeat Hal Jordan(who works UNDER the Guardians)in a fist fight?!?!? My god is the DCU all sorts of messed up nowadays... Thank you Chairman Johns. Before Sinestro's no-selling antics, this was a pretty good comic. But after that? My enjoyment of this story whittled away to almost nothing. Please let Sinestro get just a little beat up by somebody other than Hal “The only Green Lantern that matters” Jordan next issue... That's all I ask. If Sinestro at least gets knocked down next issue I'll bump the score up an extra 1/2 no matter what I thought of the rest of it.
Score: 7 1/2 out of 10.Um, really?!?