GREEN LANTERN v4 (2005-2011)

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Green Lantern v4 #1
Airborne

Fecha: 2005.07| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Carlos Pacheco, Ethan Van Sciver (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern Especial (Planeta) #1, Green Lantern de Geoff Johns núm. 01 (ECC).

Long time ago, Abin Sur of the Green Lantern Corps selected Hal Jordan to become a Green lantern and protect Sector 2814. Now, Hal Jordan has returned to Edwards Air Force base but things have changed. His old buddy Shane Sellers is married and with children. And Hal will have to go through flight school if he wants to fly again. Via his power ring, John Stewart informs Hal of a ship in orbit around Earth. Together they investigate. Not only is the ship entirely yellow, but it also looks as if it was made for a one way trip. In Barstow California, a couple of Air Force soldiers are driving a truck with Top Secret truck. After the truck leaves, a strange visitor appears. Its primary directive is to find predecessor. Its secondary command is to terminate all life. Later, Hal returns to his home in Coast City. Despite government incentives, only a thousand people have moved back. Hal is visited by his brother Jim, who is freaked out by Coast City and thinks Hal should leave. Suddenly, an airplane flies past, dangerously out of control. Hal changes back to Green Lantern and helps pull the aircraft down, saving the pilot, who happens to be a woman. The damaged plane also reveals to have alien technology inside. Meanwhile, the truck continues towards Edwards as whatever is inside awakens and says: “No man escapes.”

Notas: Debut de Vaquera (Jillian Pearlman) y de Rocket-Man (Shane Sellers).


Green Lantern v4 #2
No Fear

Fecha: 2005.08| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Carlos Pacheco (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern Especial (Planeta) #2, Green Lantern de Geoff Johns núm. 01 (ECC).

Seventeen miles out of Edwards Air Force base, a strange visitor destroys a bus load of people. At the air force base, Hal Jordan (aka Green Lantern) investigates the X-2020, which has been built from extra terrestrial components. General Jonathan Stone arrives to tell Jordan that the plane is classified information and the air force will take care of it. Jordan recalls the time when he took a joy ride and “Major” Stone refused to discharge him, so Jordan punched him on the jaw. Meanwhile, the truck with its strange cargo continues to get closer to Edwards. Back in Coast City, Hal’s brother tries to convince Hal to leave Coast City. At the base, Hal learns that the X-2020 is being kept in Hanger 44. Just then the truck with the cargo drives by and the ring alerts Jordan to a threat. From within the truck, a mangled and beaten Manhunter appears. Jordan attacks, but is sent flying into Hanger 44. Inside, he sees Abin Sur’s old space ship. Just as the Manhunter grabs hold of Hal, he is saved by the strange visitor, who then destroys the Manhunter, who is considered old and obsolete, by order of the Grandmaster. The strange visitor then reveals himself to be a Manhunter and tells Jordan that Sector 2814 belongs to them.

Notas: El enfrentamiento de Kyle Rayner con los Manhunters ocurrió en Green Lantern v3 #129.


Green Lantern v4 #3
Flight Delay

Fecha: 2005.09| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Carlos Pacheco (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern Especial (Planeta) #2, Green Lantern de Geoff Johns núm. 01 (ECC).

At Edwards Air Force Base in Hanger 44, a new and improved Manhunter is attempting to destroy an older model Manhunter. Hal Jordan attempts to interceded and stop them both. During the fight, the new Manhunter reveals a power battery for a skull, a battery that easily drains Jordan’s ring of its power. Without sufficient ring power to follow the Manhunters, Hal demands a jet, but General Jonathan Stone refuses. Hal punches him in the jaw. Stone relents. In the sky, the new Manhunter is able to set off the self-destruct system on the old Manhunter before turning its attention to Hal, whose jet spirals out of control. Hal jumps free just as it explodes. He then grabs the new Manhunter and uses the battery skull to power his ring and remove its head from its body. Hal finds the old Manhunter and takes it to outer space. Just before it explodes, the old Manhunter feels emotion: fear of his upcoming death. The next morning, Hal goes to visit General Stone to apologize for previous actions. Stone accepts and tells Hal he’s been hit in the jaw twice and both felt the same, so he welcomes Green Lantern to the Air Force. Later, Hal wonders if fear controls everyone but decides not as he sees his brother Jim and his family returning to live in Coast City. On the Artificial Planet of Biot, the Manhunters need the Green Lantern Corps to return, they need the rings, and no one will escape them, not even Hal Jordan…

Notas: 1st appearance of Grandmaster (Hank Henshaw)


Green Lantern v4 #4
Alienated

Fecha: 2005.10| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Ethan Van Sciver (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern Especial (Planeta) #3, Green Lantern de Geoff Johns núm. 01 (ECC).

Driving home around three o’clock in the morning, two soldiers stumble across what looks to be an alien body. Meanwhile, Hal Jordan has returned to Oa. The Guardians are re-starting the Corps and have asked Kilowog to remain and train the new recruits. Hal gets a call to return to earth, where he inspects the body. Turns out it was human, just slightly evolved, about 50,000 years ahead of humans now. Before he can explain further, Hal learns that Hector Hammond is willing to tell Hal about the body. At Belle Reve Hospital, Hammond is willing to tell Hal what he knows, providing Hal gives Hammond a memory of a date with a woman. Hammond tells Hal that the meteor that transformed him as well as the dead body found was sent by “them” and that there is another transformed person in Coast City. Along the beach, a man and woman are swimming when the man is attacked and sinks below the water. The woman swims to shore and thinks she is safe, but the shark follows her right onto the beach.



Green Lantern v4 #5
Feeding Frenzy

Fecha: 2005.11| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Ethan Van Sciver (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern Especial (Planeta) #3, Green Lantern de Geoff Johns núm. 01 (ECC).

On a plane to Coast City, William Hand (aka Black Hand) is beset by a bunch of winged creatures. At Edwards Air Force Base, Colonel Stone calls upon Hal Jordan (aka Green Lantern) to investigate the dismembered bodies of a solider and his girlfriend down at the beach. Hal recognizes the teeth belonging to Shark and goes out to the ocean to find him. He finds that the Shark has grown and continues to grow as he searches out food, in particular brain food. At Belle Reve Prison in Louisiana, Hector Hammond is also beset by the same winged creatures. Meanwhile in Palmdale, Black Hand lands in a garden. He experiences a strange sensation with his hand as he smells death all around; he heads for the local hospital. Meanwhile, Hal retrieves his power battery to power his ring, but loses it during his fight with the Shark. The two of them are falling in the ocean, when suddenly a disc of lights propels them to the air. Hal is surrounded by the winged creatures. At the hospital, wherever Black Hand walks, death follows until he eventually is able to re-grow his hand back.



Green Lantern v4 #6
Black Sheep

Fecha: 2005.12| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Simone Bianchi (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern Especial (Planeta) #4, Green Lantern de Geoff Johns núm. 01 (ECC).

Hal Jordan (aka Green Lantern) finds himself on a spaceship that has risen from the depths of the ocean floor, battling Gremlins from Sector 2812. Also on board is William Hand (aka Black Hand) who feels death all around Hal and feels that Hal should not have a second chance at life and should therefore die. During the battle, Hal releases Shark from custody and the great white begins to eat the aliens. The battle with Black Hand spills out into a cemetery. Hal is able to defeat Black Hand by slicing off his new hand. Hal then takes the spaceship and transports it back to outer space and hands it over to new Green Lanterns, who place the Gremlins under arrest. Meanwhile, Hector Hammond is being kept in Hangar 44 at Edwards Air Force Base, but he says the Gremlins did more experiments and “things are a little different now.”



Green Lantern v4 #7
A Perfect Life: Chapter 1

Fecha: 2006.02| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Carlos Pacheco (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern Especial (Planeta) #4, Green Lantern: La venganza de Mano Negra (ECC).

Mongul has arrived on Earth, and he’s brought Black Mercy with him. In Coast City, Ollie and Hal save a construction worker from falling, and get an update on Despero from John, when he tells them about Mongul. On Debstam IV, Mongal plans on confronting her brother and killing him. Ollie and Hal find Mongul, and become infected with the Black Mercy, with Ollie dreaming that he has a great relationship with his son Connor, and Hal dreaming that his father is alive.

Notas: Infinite Crisis crossover


Green Lantern v4 #8
A Perfect Life: Chapter 2

Fecha: 2006.03| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Carlos Pacheco (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern Especial (Planeta) #5, Green Lantern: La venganza de Mano Negra (ECC).

Hal and Ollie are both infected with Black Mercy, and dream of their families. Ollie dreams that he is married and has a growing family of two sons, and a third on the way. Hal dreams that his father and mother and all his brothers are all together and one big happy family. But Ollie begins to realize that it’s not real, and breaks through to Hal’s delusion because they are both connected to the same plant. Hal manages to break them free just in time to see Mongul bring Mongal to Earth to finish their fight. Hal breaks the connection and sends them both back home, where Mongul promptly beheads Mongal, killing her. Hal and Ollie realize that the family they do have is important, so Hal goes to his nephew’s birthday party, while Ollie calls up Connor and asks if he wants to grab a bite to eat.



Green Lantern v4 #9
Branded

Fecha: 2006.04| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Ethan Van Sciver (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern Especial (Planeta) #5, Green Lantern: La venganza de Mano Negra (ECC).

Batman calls on Green Lantern to take on a new version of an old foe – the Tattooed Man. This one is in the Cityside Motel in Gotham, and has been murdering people, including Lou Rosen who was cheating on his wife. While Green Lantern takes on his tattoos, Batman takes out the man himself. Back in the Batcave, Hal has Bruce try on the ring, to try and help him overcome his inner demons. Bruce conjurs up images of bats a first, but then gains control and forms a vision of his parents. Batman tells him he’s not ready to give up his darkness, but thanks anyway and they part ways.

Notas: Debut de Tattooed Man III (Mark Richards).


Green Lantern v4 #10
Revenge of the Green Lanterns: Part 1

Fecha: 2006.05| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Ivan Reis (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern/Green Arrow (Planeta) #1, Green Lantern: La venganza de Mano Negra (ECC).

One year later…Hal Jordan (aka Green Lantern) is after the Ingenious Man, who has been hired to kill Jordan. However, they are fighting over Russian airspace and the Rocket Reds try to apprehend not only the Ingenious Man but also Hal Jordan for violating the Freedom of Power Treaty. During the fight, Jordan tries to save a Russian airplane for crashing, reminding him of his own crash months before when he was captured and became a prisoner of war. Later, Jordan wakes up to find to a televised warning from the global guardians condemning Green Lanterns actions. Oliver Queen (aka Green Arrow) stops by also to remind Jordan of the treaty. In Sector 674, Arkillo of the planet Vorn is given a yellow ring and an invitation to join the Sinestro Corps. At Edwards Air Force Base, Hal Jordan is being awarded the POW medal of honor when suddenly a plane crash lands during the ceremony. Jordan investigates and finds Green Lantern Tomar Tu of Sector 2813 in the pilot’s seat, except Jordan killed him…

Notas: Debut de los Sinestro Corps y de Arkillo.


Green Lantern v4 #11
Revenge of the Green Lanterns: Part 2

Fecha: 2006.06| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Ivan Reis (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern/Green Arrow (Planeta) #1, Green Lantern: La venganza de Mano Negra (ECC).

An examination of Tomar-Tu reveals he had been held captive by the Manhunters in Section 3600 of space. Tomar-Tu escaped in an attempt to kill Hal Jordan. Later, Guy Gardner and Hal Jordan are eating lunch when they are interrupted by several rookie Lanterns who decide to attack Jordan for everything he had done as Parallax. The fight is stopped by Killowog. Jordan goes to see the Guardians to request the chance to investigate further. The Guardians turn him down and tell him to return to Sector 2814. Jordan tells Gardner he got the okay and the two head off into space. In Paris Double Dare are stopped by the new Crimson Fox, with a little help from the Global Guardians. Jet offers Crimson Fox a spot in the Global Guardians. Fox turns ‘em down. Jet tells her it doesn’t matter, Crimson Fox is now a member of the Global Guardians. In deep space, Jordan and Gardner find the home of the Manhunters, who instantly attack. During the battle, Jordan realizes these are the new Manhunters with the power to drain their rings. They fly away and come across several Green Lanterns tied up. Suddenly Jordan gets hit by … the Superman android that had originally destroyed Coast City.

Notas: Debut de Crimson Fox III


Green Lantern v4 #12
Revenge of the Green Lanterns: Part 3

Fecha: 2006.07| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Ivan Reis (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern/Green Arrow (Planeta) #2, Green Lantern: La venganza de Mano Negra (ECC).

Hal Jordan is on the Manhunter home planet, captured courtesy of Hank Henshaw (aka Cyborg Superman), who has taken control of all of the Manhunters. Henshaw’s goal is to change the mission of the Manhunters from eradicate life to control it. Henshaw places nanites into Jordan, attempting to use his mistakes to make a better Manhunter. On Earth, White King Alan Scott of Checkmate listens to the mission statement from the Global Guardians before he makes a call to Oliver Queen. Below England, a bounty hunter is given the job of hunting down Jordan. Meanwhile, Jordan battles the nanite invasion and frees himself. He then frees the Green Lanterns that he had once defeated as Parallax. Once free, the Lanterns fight the Manhutners, but the moment they see Jordan, they attack him, thinking only a moment has passed during their years of captivity. Their battle with Jordan takes them into a dark cave, where they stumble upon hundreds of presumed dead Lanterns, hanging in some kind of suspended animation. Just as the Lanterns believe their fight is not with Jordan, one of them is killed. Suspicious of Jordan, they think it is a trap. Then they see a massive Manhunter, with Guy Gardner strapped inside, giving it power.

Notas: Se revela que Arisia está viva. Debut de Loragg.


Green Lantern v4 #13
Revenge of the Green Lanterns: Part 4

Fecha: 2006.08| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Ivan Reis (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern/Green Arrow (Planeta) #2, Green Lantern: La venganza de Mano Negra (ECC).

In Space Sector 3601, Hal Jordan is in the middle of a massive battle against the Manhunters led by Hank Henshaw (aka Cyborg Superman). Also in the fight are a number of Green Lanterns that were supposed to be dead, many due to Parallax. Some of these Lanterns are suspicious of Jordan and would prefer to fight him rather than the Manhunters. Jordan attempts to free former lover Arisia, but Henshaw is able to trap both of them into one of the Highmasters. Using their combined forces, they are able to break free and destroy the Manhunter planet in the process. Later, on Oa, Guy Gardner takes responsibility for Jordan’s mission; as a result he is ordered to stand guard around Superboy Prime for one month. Meanwhile, Jordan heads back to Earth. On Oa, the Guardians debate if the Manhunters learned the secret of Sector 3601: 52!

Notas: Return of Arisa


Green Lantern v4 #14
Wanted: Hal Jordan: Chapter 1

Fecha: 2006.09| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Ivan Reis (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern/Green Arrow (Planeta) #3, Green Lantern de Geoff Johns núm. 02 (ECC).

During a mission with the Air Force flying over Chechnya, Hal Jordan along with two other pilots were shot down and taken to a prison camp. Unable to break out because he failed to take his Green Lantern ring with him, Jordan was tortured for several months before he was able to escape. After returning home, he and the other pilots were having difficulty adjusting. Later, Jordan learns that one of the other pilots (code name: Cowgirl) had gone back to Chechnya and once more was captured. As Green Lantern, Jordan rushes in to save Cowgirl. Just as he finds the one who tortured him and Jordan starts to question him, he is stopped by the Global Guardians, who arrest Jordan for the death of the Chechnya soldiers, who are killed in a puff of green smoke. Meanwhile, bounty hunters from all over the universe are searching for Hal Jordan, including the son of Abin Sur!



Green Lantern v4 #15
Wanted: Hal Jordan: Chapter 2

Fecha: 2006.12| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Ivan Reis (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern/Green Arrow (Planeta) #3, Green Lantern de Geoff Johns núm. 02 (ECC).

In Space Sector 3601, the Guardians of OA retrieve Hank Henshaw to interrogate him and learn what he knows about the sector and 52. On Earth, Green Lantern is being attacked by the Global Guardians, who blame Jordan for the death of Chechnya terrorists. Jordan had been after the terrorists when the plane of Captain Jillian “Cowgirl” Pearlman was shot down and she was taken prisoner. Now the Global Guardians want Jordan, but he learns they are being controlled by two telepaths, The Faceless Hunters. In Southern California, Amon Sur, the son Abin Sur, learns of Jordan’s capture at the hands of the Faceless Hunters. Meanwhile, Cowgirl escapes for her captors. On the Planet Qward, yellow rings are sent out to fill Sinestro’s Corps. In Chechnya, the Faceless Hunters are taking Jordan to their spaceship when the Rocket Reds interfere to arrest him. Jordan tries to tell them what is happening, but they don’t believe him. Jordan tells them he doesn’t care, he will tear apart Russia to find Cowgirl. However, the Justice League has come to take Hal back home.



Green Lantern v4 #16
Wanted: Hal Jordan: Chapter 3

Fecha: 2007.02| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Ivan Reis (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern/Green Arrow (Planeta) #4, Green Lantern de Geoff Johns núm. 02 (ECC).

In Chechnya, Hal Jordan is searching for Captain Jillian “Cowgirl” Pearlman who was captured after her plan was shot down. While searching for her, Hal was attacked by bounty hunters looking to collect the price on his head, Rocket Reds looking to clear Hal out their country, and the Justice League looking to take him back home. While the league deals with the Rocket Reds, Hal attempts to clear out to find Cowgirl. Alan Scott (the original Green Lantern) stops him, but Hal explains the situation and continues his search. Elsewhere, Amon Sur invades Edwards Air Force to steal Hal’s ship. Meanwhile, just as Hal finds Cowgirl, Hal is attacked by Hunger Dog, who knocks Hal unconscious. When he awakens, he is being held at gunpoint by Amon Sur.



Green Lantern v4 #17
Wanted: Hal Jordan: Chapter 4

Fecha: 2007.04| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Ivan Reis (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern/Green Arrow (Planeta) #4, Green Lantern de Geoff Johns núm. 02 (ECC).

In Gotham City, Batman receives a power ring from the Sinestro Corps for his ability to instill great fear. Batman rejects the ring and it searches for a replacement. In the Sierra Madres, the bounty hunter Hunger Dog has brought Hal Jordan to Amon Sur, who forces Hal to take him to his father’s grave site. Amon then plans to kill Jordan, but Hunger Dog intervenes, revealing himself to be John Stewart, working undercover. Stewart takes away Amon’s gun. Jordan then attacks Amon and the two fight each other. The battle is interrupted when a power ring from the Sinestro Corp is given to Amon Sur. He then attempts to use it on Jordan, but doesn’t have the time as he is instantly jettisoned back for training. Later, Jordan returns Abin Sur’s body back to his home planet for a proper burial. At Edwards Air Force Base, Captain Jillian “Cowgirl” Pearlman reveals she knows Hal is Green Lantern. Nearby, Star Sapphire is close by.



Green Lantern v4 #18
Mystery of the Star Sapphire: Part 1

Fecha: 2007.05| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Daniel Acuña, Dave Gibbons (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern/Green Arrow (Planeta) #5, Green Lantern de Geoff Johns núm. 02 (ECC).

Flying an airplane over Southern California, Carol Ferris is suddenly possessed by the Star Sapphire. At Edwards Air Force Base, Hal Jordan is talking to Jillian “Cowgirl” Pearlman when Star Sapphire interrupts to claim her soul mate. Hal attempts to capture her but the Star Sapphire leaves Carol’s body and possesses Cowgirl.

Notas: Jillian Pearlman se convierte en Zafiro Estelar V. Debut de Lyssa Drak.


Green Lantern v4 #19
Mystery of the Star Sapphire: Part 2

Fecha: 2007.06| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Daniel Acuña, Dave Gibbons (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern/Green Arrow (Planeta) #5, Green Lantern de Geoff Johns núm. 02 (ECC).

At Edwards Air Force Base, Hal Jordan and Carol Ferris are running away from Jillian “Cowgirl” Pearlman, who has been possessed by the Star Sapphire. Only recently, Carol had been possessed as well as, but she retains the memories of the Sapphire, including its history and connection to the Guardians on Oa. Eventually, the Sapphire catches up to the two of them, but Jordan is able to subdue her. However, the Zamoroans arrive on Earth and tell Jordan to lower his ring and let love protect him.

Notas: Debut de Karu-Sil.


Green Lantern v4 #20
Mystery of the Star Sapphire: Part 3

Fecha: 2007.07| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Daniel Acuña, Dave Gibbons (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern/Green Arrow (Planeta) #5.

The Zamoroans have arrived on Earth and tell Jordan to let love protect him by accepting the love the Star Sapphire offers to him. Jordan doesn’t want that, so he attacks the Zamoroans. Meanwhile, Carol Ferris removes the Star Sapphire from Jillian “Cowgirl” Pearlman. No longer attached to a host body, the Star Sapphire searches for Jordan’s love but can’t decide between Carol or Cowgirl. It demands Jordan choose. With a kiss, Jordan chooses one of the Zamoroans. The Star Sapphire bonds to the Zamoroan, but when she becomes too powerful, the rest of the Zamoroans take her away. Later, the Zamoroans decide to alter the Star Sapphire, changing it into a ring with its own power lantern.



Green Lantern v4 #21
Sinestro Corps War: Chapter 2: Fear & Loathing

Fecha: 2007.09| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Ivan Reis (Dibujos)| Edición española: La guerra de los Sinestro Corps (Planeta) #2.

After the Sinestro Corps attacks Oa, freeing Superboy Prime and Cyborg Superman from their cells and killing numerous members of the corps, the Green Lanterns want to know what the Guardians are doing about it. Meanwhile, the Guardians debate over the Book of Oa as they want to erase the last chapter and the prophecy of the blackest night, but Ganthet and Sayd think it is too important to be forgotten. Later, Ganthet and Sayd visit Hal Jordan and tell him he needs to be the one to save the corps. Hal is unsure if he can bear that burden again. While recharging his ring in the power battery, Hal is attacked by Parallax, who asks what Hal is afraid of. Hal witnesses his dad’s death and is told that Hal is afraid his father died in fear. He is then asked to share the fear. Hal tells Parallax that his friends, the corps will defeat him. Parallax then welcomes Hal to Qward.

Notas: Continúa en Green Lantern Corps #14


Green Lantern v4 #22
Sinestro Corps War: Chapter 4: Running Scared

Fecha: 2007.10| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Ivan Reis (Dibujos)| Edición española: La guerra de los Sinestro Corps (Planeta) #2.

With the Sinestro Corps about to attack Oa, the Guardians recall every available lantern back to Oa for the upcoming battle. On the Planet Qward, Hal Jordan battles against Kyle Rayner, who has been infected by the parasite Parallax. Jordan also must battle dozens of members of the Sinestro Corps, but receives back-up support from other Green Lanterns. Meanwhile, Superboy-prime watches over Earth. In Sector 3601, Hank Henshaw tells the Anti-Monitor that War World is almost finished. He also requests that the Anti-Monitor kill him when it does. The Anti-Monitor agrees. Meanwhile, Jordan the other lanterns continue to battle the Sinestro Corps. When the battle starts to go bad, the lanterns descend under the planet’s surface. There, they split with some to find Ion while others go in search of Guy Gardner and John Stewart. Jordan and others find them chained to the wall, watched by Lyssa Drak, the keeper of the book of Parallax.



Green Lantern v4 #23
Sinestro Corps War: Chapter 6: Broken Laws

Fecha: 2007.11| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Ivan Reis (Dibujos)| Edición española: La guerra de los Sinestro Corps (Planeta) #3.

On Earth, in Coast City, Jim Jordan is scared because no one has come to live in the rebuilt city. On the Planet Qward, Hal Jordan and other green lanterns are battling Lyssa Drak, the keeper of the book of Parallax, in order to free John Stewart and Guy Gardner. On Oa, the Guardians decide the best way to fight the Sinestro Corps is to rewrite the Book of Oa. When Ganthet and Sayd object, the rest of the Guardians banish them from the council. On Qward, Jordan leads the others, including the Lost Lanterns, who have found Ion, out of Qward. All of the Lanterns then retreat back to Oa while Hal decides to return to Earth, along with John and Guy, for back-up. Meanwhile, the Book of Oa has been re-written to allow for lethal force against the Sinestro Corps. But the Guardians have amassed the Corps in the wrong place. Sinestro doesn’t want the center of the universe, they want the center of the multiverse: Earth.

Notas: Muerte de Ke’Hann, el Libro de Oa es reescrito y los GL pueden usar fuerza letal.


Green Lantern v4 #24
Sinestro Corps War: Chapter 8: Home Invasion

Fecha: 2007.12| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Ivan Reis (Dibujos)| Edición española: La guerra de los Sinestro Corps (Planeta) #3.

The Sinestro Corps are attacking Earth. Hal Jordan realizes their intent too late: most of the Green Lantern Corps have been retreating to Oa. Jordan calls for back-up, but it may be too late. While the heroes of Earth battle the Sinestro Corps, Hal races to save his family from Parallax. To do that, he must separate Kyle Rayner from the Parallax host. In the battle, he is pulled into Parallax. However, he and Kyle then work together to free themselves. Meanwhile, the Lantern Corps finally arrive on Earth to change the tide of the war. Just as Hal and Kyle free themselves from Parallax, Ganthet and Sayd arrive on Earth. The duo then recapture Parallax. Then the four Green Lanterns of Earth power up their rings and prepare for battle.

Notas: Kyle Rayner regresa como Green Lantern


Green Lantern v4 #25
Sinestro Corps War: Chapter 11: Birth of the Black Lantern

Fecha: 2008.01| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Ivan Reis, Ethan Van Sciver (Dibujos)| Edición española: La guerra de los Sinestro Corps (Planeta) #4.

The Sinestro Corps have attacked Earth, with the battle against the Green Lanterns raging over New York City. In Coast City, Hal Jordan attempts to get the city evacuated before Sinestro and the rest of the Corps attack. They refuse and instead stand by the Lantern Corps. In New York, the Guardians attack the Anti-Monitor, but have little effect. In Coast City, Sinestro learns the Guardians have authorized force. Jordan realizes this is what Sinestro wanted. Sinestro claims he has won because now the universe will fear the Green Lanterns. Sinestro then uses the Manhunters to drain the power of the green rings. In New York, Guy Gardner and John Stewart devise a plan to use Sinestro’s WarWorld planet and drop it on the Anti-Monitor to kill him. When WarWorld explodes, the Manhunters short circuit. Jordan then takes one of them and drains the power from the yellow rings. In New York City, the Anti-Monitor remains alive. This time, Superman-Prime attacks him for retribution for killing his homeworld. After he destroys the Anti-Monitor, the Guardians attack Prime until a boom tube takes him away. In Coast City, Hal Jordan and Kyle Rayner defeat Sinestro and take him into custody. The war is over. Later, on Oa, the Guardians decide to enact the second of the ten new laws. Meanwhile, Ganthet and Sayd start the Blue Lantern Corps. Elsewhere, the Black Lantern rises.

Notas: Debut de los Black Lanterns, primera mencion a los siete Lantern Corps.


Green Lantern v4 #26
Sinestro Corps War: Epilogue: The Alpha Lanterns: Part 1

Fecha: 2008.02| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Mike McKone (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern/Green Arrow (Planeta) #9, Green Lantern de Geoff Johns núm. 03 (ECC).

In the aftermath of the Sinestro Corps War, the Guardians enact the second law of Book of Oa: the Alpha Lanterns. Yesterday…Sinestro believes that he has won the war, because with the first law (lethal force enabled) fear of the Green Lanterns will spread throughout the universe. Hal Jordan tells Sinestro that because of the first law, Sinestro is not just in jail, but on death row. Meanwhile, John Stewart deals with the end of the war in his own way. Elsewhere, Salaak asks the Guardians to allow the “Lost Lanterns” to return Ke’Haan’s body back to his home planet. The Guardians acquiesce. On Earth, Stewart is helping to rebuild Coast City, now known as The City Without Fear. In Space Sector 786, the “Lost Lanterns” return to Ke’Haan’s home planet to find everyone has been killed. Amon Sur admits he is responsible and surrenders. Laira, once trained by Ke’Haan, decides to enact her own form of punishment and kills him.

Notas: Muerte de Amon Sur.


Green Lantern v4 #27
Sinestro Corps War: Epilogue: The Alpha Lanterns: Part 2

Fecha: 2008.03| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Mike McKone (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern/Green Arrow (Planeta) #9, Green Lantern de Geoff Johns núm. 03 (ECC).

On Earth, Hal Jordan and John Stewart are alerted to the presence of a Sinestro ring searching for a new owner. When they capture it, they learn that the ring belong to Amon Sur. On Oa, Green Lanterns discuss the fate of Amon Sur, to determine if Laira’s use of lethal force was justified based on the First Law or if it was murder. The other Lost Lanterns that witnessed the act claim it was murder. To provide judgment of Laira, and to act as the unit to police the Corps, the Guardians create the Alpha Lanterns. John Stewart is offered a spot, but he turns it down until he learns more. Elsewhere, a scarred Guardian asks Ash to find what is left of the Anti-Monitor, but to not tell anyone. On Oa, the new Alpha Lanterns undergo surgery and upgrading. They review Laira;s ring data and determine that she did indeed commit murder.



Green Lantern v4 #28
Sinestro Corps War: Epilogue: The Alpha Lanterns: Part 3

Fecha: 2008.04| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Mike McKone (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern/Green Arrow (Planeta) #9, Green Lantern de Geoff Johns núm. 03 (ECC).

On Yasmault, a bearer of the Red Lantern, Atrocitus, vows revenge against the “greatest” Green Lantern: Sinestro. On Oa, the Green Lanterns witness the creation of a new faction of the corps: The Alpha-Lanterns. These new corps members sit in judgment of Laira, who killed Amon Sur. She believes the use of lethal force, as approved by the Guardians, was justified, but the Alpha Lanterns determine her actions were murder. The Alpha Lanterns expel Laira from the corps. The Guardians then enact the second law: lethal force has been authorized against all of Green Lantern enemies. Elsewhere, the Guardians learn of Agent Orange. In the Binary Star System, the Controllers decide they need to follow the orange light to find a way to defeat the Green Lantern Corps. Meanwhile, Laira is being escorted to her home when a red power ring finds her because she has great rage. She becomes a Red Lantern.

Notas: Debut de Red Lantern (Laira)


Green Lantern v4 #29
Secret Origin: Book 1

Fecha: 2008.05| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Ivan Reis (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #1 , Green Lantern: Origen (ECC).

As a young boy, all Hal Jordan ever wanted to do was fly airplanes, just like his father. Even after his father crashed his plane and died, Hal defied his mother and joined the Air Force. His decision splits apart the family and his mother refuses to see him as long as he remains in the Air Force. So when Hal learns his mother his dying, Hal purposely punches a senior officer and is given a discharge. However, he arrives too late. Elsewhere, Abin Sur is battling Qull and Atorcitus. Abin Sur wants to know about the prophecy and the Blackest Night.

Notas: Debut de Atrocitus.


Green Lantern v4 #30
Secret Origin: Book 2

Fecha: 2008.06| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Ivan Reis (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #1 , Green Lantern: Origen (ECC).

When Abin Sur learns of the prophecy of the Blackest Night, he decides to go to Earth to find the birthplace of the black. After getting kicked out of the Air Force, Hal Jordan works as a mechanic at Arden Air, but what he really wants to do is get back in the cockpit and fly planes. Meanwhile, Abin Sur is close to Earth when his prisoner, Atrocitus escapes and causes Sur’s ship to crash into the desert. Sur’s power ring seeks a replacement and finds Hal Jordan, who becomes the new Green Lantern. When he wears the ring for the first time, Jordan realizes he can fly without a plane. He manages to create a sonic boom that causes a plane to go out of control. Jordan helps the plane land safely on the ground. There, everyone is amazed at the new superhero, including Carol Ferris. Her boyfriend, Hector Hammond, is not amused.



Green Lantern v4 #31
Secret Origin: Book 3

Fecha: 2008.07| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Ivan Reis (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #1 , Green Lantern: Origen (ECC).

After becoming the Green Lantern of Sector 2814, Hal Jordan is forcibly sent to Oa to undergo training, or as Hal puts it, “Boot Camp.” Meanwhile, on Earth the army finds Abin Sur’s plane. They also encounter Atrocitus. On Oa, Tomar-Re approaches Hal to learn more about the death of Hal’s predecessor, Abin Sur. Tomar-Re then shows Hal the Book of Oa. Meanwhile, Ganthet sends Sinestro to Earth to investigate the death of Abin Sur.



Green Lantern v4 #32
Secret Origin: Book 4

Fecha: 2008.08| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Ivan Reis (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #2, Green Lantern: Origen (ECC).

At Edwards Air Force Base, Hector Hammond is investigating Abin Sur’s plane when it explodes. Suddenly he can start to hear voices in his head. Meanwhile, Hal Jordan returns to Earth, where he learns that pilots have left Aspen Air, mostly because Carol Ferris has taken the position as the head of the company. Jordan decides to quit as well, but Carol convinces him that no one else will hire him and that his best chance is to stay with her. Elsewhere, Atrocitus learns the name of the being that will bring the birth of the Black: William Hand. Meanwhile, Jordan is testing a plane when he encounters Sinestro. The two don’t get along and Jordan tells Sinestro to stay out of his way. When Jordan returns, Carol is furious with him, but she doesn’t get the chance to say much when Hector Hammond interferes.



Green Lantern v4 #33
Secret Origin: Book 5

Fecha: 2008.09| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Ivan Reis (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #2, Green Lantern: Origen (ECC).

In Coast City, William Hand is intrigued by a corpse in his family’s mortuary. At Edwards Air Force Base, Hector Hammond uses telekinesis to attack Hal Jordan because he is scared Jordan wants Carol Ferris. Jordan tries to fight back with little success. He is saved by Sinestro. Elsewhere, Atrocitus builds a device to help him find William Hand. Meanwhile, Jordan and Sinestro visit the grave of Abin Sur. Suddenly, a hologram of Abin Sur appears as he leaves a message for Sinestro: he tells them of the Manhunters and the coming of the blackness. Later, Atrocitus finds William Hand, but Sinestro and Jordan find Atrocitus. In the fight, Atrocitus drains the green powers ring, forcing Sinestro and Jordan to fight without their weapons.



Green Lantern v4 #34
Secret Origin: Book 6

Fecha: 2008.10| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Ivan Reis (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #3, Green Lantern: Origen (ECC).

In the fight against Atrocitus, Hal Jordan and Sinestro lost the power to their rings thanks to a device created by Atrocitus. However, Sinestro is able to retrieve his power battery and once the two lanterns are recharged, they fight back and defeat Atrocitus. In the fight, Atrocitus drops the device, which is recovered by William Hand, who runs away with it. Afterwards, Jordan says he was able to overcome the yellow impurity. Sinestro doesn’t believe it. Jordan gets angry with him. Sinestro tells Jordan he needs to get control of his anger and deal with it. Jordan decides to do just that. He goes to visit Carl Ferris, who he blames for his father’s death. However, he learns Carl Ferris has been sick and wracked with guilt ever since that day. Jordan realizes he was angry at someone who didn’t deserve it. Later, Jordan talks to Sinestro when the Guardians order them both back for immediate discipline.



Green Lantern v4 #35
Secret Origin: Book 7

Fecha: 2008.11| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Ivan Reis (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #3, Green Lantern: Origen (ECC).

The Guardians order Hal Jordan and Sinestro to Oa to stand trail for disobeying the editorial edict; Green Lanterns must remain within their sectors. Jordan wants to know why. The Guardians claim it is to keep the corps stronger. Jordan thinks it is because the Guardians are afraid the corps will turn on them, like the Manhunters. Sinestro adds that by working together, the corps can be stronger. The Guardians allow Jordan and Sinestro to keep their rings while they think about what was said. On Earth, Jordan resumes his job as the pilot for Ferris aircraft. He also decides to tell his brother about the power ring. It is a long story, so he wrote it down.



Green Lantern v4 #36
Rage of the Red Lanterns: Part 2

Fecha: 2009.01| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Ivan Reis (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #5, Green Lantern de Geoff Johns núm. 03 (ECC).

On Ysmault, Atrocitus has Sinestro crucified to a symbol of the Red Lantern Corps. Atrocitus mocks Sinestro, saying that he failed Abin Sur and allowed himself feel fear of his prophecies. Laira, in a rage, makes a run for Sinestro, but Atrocitus swats her aside, saying he will live until every last droop of blood has been drained and be transformed into Red Power Rings. Atroctitus tells Sinestro to look at the Red Lanterns, all victims of the Sinestro Corps, who will destroy everything Sinestro has held dear: Korugar, the Sinestro Corps, and the Green Lanterns. Sinestro…is unimpressed. He derides the Red Lanterns as little more than uncontrollable animals, and that Atrocitus’ attempts to frighten him are failing. Back at the sight of the ambush, Hal Jordan inquires as to the identity of his savior. He explains that he is Saint Walker, first of the Blue Lanterns, who was sent to rescue Sinestro from death. He also explains that Hal’s power ring is being charged by his emotional aura, and will remain charged as long as he hopes for Hal. And Saint Walker always hopes. Suddenly, Kilowog and John move to attack Saint Walker. He says that they have been infected with the Red Lanterns rage, but he will be able to calm them. Walker summons up an image of katma Tui, John’s long dead wife, and heals him. Salakk, regaining his senses, says that the Guardians will need to speak with Walker, but Walker says that will have to wait until he and Hal finish their mission. As the two fly off, John murmurs that the universe said that he would see Katma Tui again. Hal and Saint Walker arrive on Odym, headquarters of the Blue Lantern Corps. It is a beautiful world where life is uninhibited and unrestrained. The closer Hal gets to the Blue Central Power Battery, however, the more charged his ring becomes, threatening to implode. Walker takes him to Ganthet and Sayd, who are speaking with Warth of Sector 2 on his role and destiny. Warth understands his fate and accepts the Ring, becoming the Blue Lantern of Sector 2. Hal and Ganthet then talk about the Blue Lantern Corps and Sinestro. Ganthet wants Hal to save Sinestro, but Hal replies that Sinestro is beyond saving. Ganthet reminds Hal that many once said the same of him, but Hal snaps that his actions were because of Parallax, while Sinestro made his choices of his own free will. Ganthet admits that it is unlikely anything could make Sinestro repent of his actions, but says that Hal and Sinestro are important to the universe to survive the Blackest Night, and that throughout their time together, Ganthet may not have always been clear with Hal, but he has always been honest with him. Hal finally agrees to help rescue Sinestro. On Zamaron, several members of the Sinestro Corps are still trapped in crystals. Fatality’s Qwardian ring then announces that she is being infected, until the ring turns into a Star Sapphire ring. Now a member of the Star Sapphire Corps, Fatality emerges from his crystal, and instructs her ring to find John Stewart. As Hal and the Blue Lanterns begin their search, Hal is uncomfortable with working with the two, as he can’t contact John or any of the other Green Lanterns. Saint Walker explains that the blue light sometimes interferes with the other rings, but Hal wonders if that is intentional. Hal’s ring suddenly announces that a star they are passing is about to supernova, which will wipe out a planet of three billion. Saint Walker and Warth tell them to leave it to them, and they begin meditating. As Hal looks on, the star is deaged by over seven billion years, and turned into a blue star. Saint Walker explains that they did not use any of their power, but instead used the hope of the people on the planet to fuel the conversion. Saint Walker tells Hal that he must learn the power of hope, because Ganthet has made it clear to them that he intends to offer Hal leadership of the Blue Lantern Corps. On Ysmault, Atrocitus has become determined to find a way to terrify Sinestro. Using the heart of a dead Sinestro Corps member, Atrocitus preforms a blood ritual to learn the secrets of Sinestro’s heart. Atrocitus says that his ritual succeeded, and despite all Sinestro’s precautions, Atrocitus has discovered the truth—Sinestro has a daughter. And for the first time, Sinestro, the master of fear, looks afraid.

Notas: 1st appearance of Star Sapphire (Fatality); 1st appearance of Blue Lantern (Warth); Story continues from Final Crisis: Rage of the Red Lanterns #1; Fatality becomes a Star Sapphire


Green Lantern v4 #37
Rage of the Red Lanterns: Part 3, Faces of Evil

Fecha: 2009.02| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Ivan Reis (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #5, Green Lantern de Geoff Johns núm. 03 (ECC).

Notas: 1st appearance of Red Lantern (Hal Jordan); Death of Red Lantern (Laira); Faces of Evil tie-in; Hal Jordan becomes a Red Lantern. Originally, Green Lantern #38 was intended to be a Faces of Evil issue, but because of scheduling delays, this issue was selected to be the Faces of Evil issue.


Green Lantern v4 #38
Rage of the Red Lanterns: Part 4, Origins & Omens

Fecha: 2009.03| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Ivan Reis (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #6, Green Lantern de Geoff Johns núm. 03 (ECC).

At Ferris Aircraft, Carol Ferris calls Hal Jordan’s apartment, but the phone is answered by Cowgirl. She offers to leave a message for Hal, but Carol tells her not to. On Ysmault, Hal Jordan is struggling to fight the influence of the Red Power Ring that has grafted itself onto his hand, but is unable to, and attacks Saint Walker and Warth. Hal continues to fight, but the Red Ring continues screaming into his mind about Laira’s death. His willpower is strong enough that he can actually form constructs out of the red energy. Atrocitus mocks Sinestro, saying that he has failed his student, but Sinestro counters that Hal stopped being his protege a long time ago. Still strapped into a construct of an electric chair, Hal throws the switch and begins slowly electrocuting Sinestro to death. Saint Walker pleads with Hal to stop, but Atrocitus breaks his wrist, revealing the weakness of the Blue Lantern rings: for all its power, hope is little more than prayers and goodwill, whereas willpower is action. The same is true for the Blue Lantern Rings, which can only be activated with a Green Lantern Ring present. Walker admits this, but he refuses to be beaten down. Saying all will be well, Walker places his ring upon Jordan’s hand. The Blue Lantern Ring immediately begins overriding the Red Power Ring’s influence, such as restarting Jordan’s heart and blood replication. Tearing off the Red Lantern uniform, Jordan, wearing a Blue/Green/Red hybrid uniform, attacks Atrocitus, and the Red Ring on his hand explodes, shocking Atrocitus. With his Green Lantern Ring active, the Blue Lantern Rings reactivate, and immediately begin draining power from the Qwardian Power Rings. The Sinestro Corps have enough power left to free Sinestro and escape to the Antimatter Universe. Saint Walker and Warth prepare to follow the Sinestro Corps, but are stopped when they see Hal wearing some sort of Blue/Green Lantern uniform. Hal demands to know what has happened, and Saint Walker admits that he does not know. At Ferris Aircraft, Carol tells Tom Kalmacku that she’s going to take Hal Jordan’s old plane for a spin. Watching from afar, the Zamarons say that Carol does not need the love of Hal Jordan, only the light of the Star Sapphires. On Qward, Sinestro recieves a situation report on the Sinestro Corps from Romat-Ru and Tekik: not only is Mongul II attempting to usurp Sinestro’s leadership, but the Zamarons have been capturing female Sinestro Corps members and converting them into Star Sapphires. These losses, coupled with the Blue Lanterns ability to drain the Qwardian Power Rings and the Red Lanterns vendetta against them, have left the Sinestro Corps in a precarious position. Fortunately, Sinestro has an edge against Mongul. Striking the ground beneath him, Sinestro reveals a secondary Qwardian Central Power Battery, which has been powering the Qwardian Rings since the original was destroyed during the Sinestro Corps War. As Sinestro and his loyalists recharge their rings, Sinestro orders them to gather other faithful Sinestro Corps members and launch a rescue attempt on Zamaron. Once they’ve completed that mission, they are to gather on the dark side of Daxam’s moon and wait for Sinestro, who has a «family affair» to settle on Korugar. Once he’s finished at home, Sinestro will join his loyalists, and they will show Mongul the true master of fear. On Okaara, the Controllers continue their search for the orange light. In a deserted forest, the Controllers find a cavern sealed off with a strange symbol upon it. The Controllers believe that the orange light the seek is in the cavern, and with it, they will have a power source to build their own army with. However, deep underground, someone tells them to go away, then begins screaming that the Guardians promised it would be his. Meanwhile, on Earth, a Star Sapphire Ring flies into the plane Carol Ferris is flying. On the dark side of Ysmault, Atrocitus performs a blood ritual to see the homeworld of the Blue Lantern Corps. And on Odym, Ganthet and Sayd speak with a new potential recruit. In the bowels of Oa, Scar is aware of the events on Earth, Odym, Okaara, and Ysmault, and is quite pleased, knowing that the soldiers for the War of Light are being gathered…ready to be consumed by the Black…



Green Lantern v4 #39
Prelude to Blackest Night, Agent Orange: Part 1

Fecha: 2009.04| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Philip Tan (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #6, Green Lantern de Geoff Johns núm. 03 (ECC).

On Okaara, the Controllers enter the underground cavern they have discovered. Inside, they find evidence that someone resides in what one of them charitably describes as a «palace»: there is a banquet of rotten food, but someone was eating it. Elsewhere, someone who is well aware of the Controllers history–the Darkstars, the Beta Men, and the Effigy Corps–rants about how the Guardians promised it would all be his. Heading further into the palace, the Controllers discover an Orange Power Battery. As one of them picks it up, Orange Lanterns appear to burst forth from the Battery, cutting down the Controllers. As one of them picks it up, he says that the Guardians have broken their treaty. On Odym, Hal Jordan is desperately trying to remove the Blue Lantern Ring that Saint Walker placed upon him. Meeting up with Ganthet and Sayd, Hal thanks the Guardians for all they have done, but says he has no intention of joining the Blue Lantern Corps. Ganthet explains that he never intended to offer Hal a Blue Ring, but wanted Hal to lead the Blue Lanterns as a Green Lantern. Ganthet also explains that the only way for Hal to remove the Blue Ring is to use it to hope for something. Unable to get help from the Guardians, Hal leaves, deciding to resume his search for Sinestro, but soon recieves a recall order from the Guardians. Ganthet assigns the Blue Lanterns to continue recruitment and a new mission to seek out the wielders of the Indigo light. As for Hal and Sinestro, they will meet again when the skies turn black. Meanwhile, Stel is pursuing a Sinestro Corps member through Sector 2828, but as they reach the Vega system, Stel decides to continue pursuing when the Sinestro Corps member taunts him. Just then, a giant head with tentacles appears and eats the Sinestro. The Orange leader orders his minion to brand Stel. On Oa, the Guardians are outraged at Ganthet’s harnessing of the blue light, and furious that Jordan did not report it sooner. They also announce that the Alpha Lanterns will be sent to exterminate the Red Lantern Corps. The Guardians order Hal to turn the ring over to them, and when they learn that he is unable to remove it, they resort to attacking it with green light. The ring survives the attack and accuses the Guardians of having no hope. John Stewart cuts in and tells the Guardians to ease up on Hal, but then Salakk arrives, carrying a damaged Stel. The Guardians are shocked when they see the Orange symbol on Stel, but everyone is taken aback when Agent Orange, the wielder of the orange light, appears in a hologram bursting from the brand on Stel. He accuses the Guardians of betraying the pact between them and violating his sanctuary. The Guardians insist that the Controllers broke all affiliation with them billions of years ago, but Agent Orange refuses to listen and declares the treaty null and void. The Guardians will submit to his demands or face the wrath of the Orange Lantern Corps. Scar then blasts the image of Agent Orange, saying that the Guardians hope that he would remain content was useless. She propses a new law to the Book of Oa: repealling the ban on the Vega system. She also suggests that it is time to the Guardians themselves got involved with the War of Light.

Notas: 1st appearance of Agent Orange (Larfleeze)


Green Lantern v4 #40
Prelude to Blackest Night, Agent Orange: Part 2

Fecha: 2009.05| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Philip Tan, Rafael Albuquerque (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #7, Green Lantern de Geoff Johns núm. 03 (ECC).

In the ruins of Xanshi, Fatality thinks about her life. She spent years training under the Warlords of Okaara and was offplanet when John Stewart failed to stop a blink bomb from destroying Xanshi. The loss of her mother, brother, and homeworld made a hole in her heart, and she swore revenge on all Green Lanterns. Now, thanks to the Zamarons, she is going to do something she has never done: forgive John Stewart. She instructs her ring to take her to Okaara. On Oa, the Guardians debate on whether or not to end the Vega system ban. The last time they faced the orange light, it nearly drained their power. It also risks the pacts with the Psions and the Spider Guild, but Scar is insistant that Agent Orange must be stopped and that they must go as well. One of the Guardians, however, notes that Scar’s insistence on facing the Lantern Corps has so far done nothing. A team of Green Lanterns head out under the Guardians, but Scar remains on Oa, as she is ill. In Sector 3454, Gretti, the Green Lantern of Sector 2828, is informed by Salakk to return to his home sector to greet the Guardians on Okaara. Gretti is less than pleased, as his people are nomadic in nature and rarely stay in one place for long. Additionally, all Gretti did in Sector 2828 was chase criminals to the Vega system and be forced to let them escape. Nonetheless, Gretti complies with his orders and departs for Okaara. Meanwhile, panic sweeps across the Vega system as the Guardians inform the planets inhabitants that the ban on Vega has been repealed. Slavers, murderers, smugglers, and all the like begin attempts to flee before the Green Lanterns arrive. Several ships are stopped by the Lanterns who are passing through to Okaara. Some of the Lanterns comment that Voz will be busy in the coming weeks. However, Agent Orange takes priority for the moment. Hal, who is on the team so that the Guardians can see the power of the Blue Lantern Ring, talks with John about how the ring keeps distracting him. John wonders if the Blue ring can see the future, as it told John he would see Katma Tui again. Suddenly, the Blue Lantern Ring takes over completely. Hal sees images of his friends in the Justice League, Carol Ferris, and Cowgirl. He decided to hope for world peace, but the ring rejects his hope as insincere, and Hal crash lands on Okaara. Gretti is already there, with a sarcastic welcome for Hal’s crash landing. He inquires about the ring, and says that Hal’s claim of a long story are familiar aspects of the Earthmen. Gretti’s sarcasm quickly takes a back seat as his ring begins charging beyond 100%, and the Guardians adivse Gretti to keep his distance from Hal. Gretti welcomes the Guardians to Okaara, and tells them about the Forest of Weeds, where no one ventures as it is dangerous. The Guardians destroy the weeds and reveal the palace of the Orange Lanterns. They instruct Larfleeze come out without his rings and surrendur. Larfleeze tells them to go away, and when they refuse, he releases his Orange Lanterns, which include the Controllers that disturbed Larfleeze. However, the Orange Lanterns begin draining the energy from the constructs of both the Green Lanterns and the Guardians. Even Torquemada’s magics are drained as well. Four of the Orange Lanterns grab Gretti and kill him. His ring initates a sector scan for a replacement, but one of the Orange Lanterns eats the ring and begins absorbing it. In it’s place, and orange construct of Gretti appears, now as an Orange Lantern. However, the Orange Lanterns soon discover that they cannot drain the power Hal’s blue ring, and vines quickly drag Hal below ground. In the underground palace, Hal Jordan comes face to face with Agent Orange, the leader of the Orange Lantern Corps, who has never seen a blue ring before—and he wants it…



Green Lantern v4 #41
Agent Orange, Agent Orange: Part 3

Fecha: 2009.06| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Philip Tan, Eddy Barrows (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #7, Green Lantern de Geoff Johns núm. 03 (ECC).

In Star City, Roy Harper (aka Red Arrow) gives his daughter Lian an archery lesson. Afterwards, she complains that her room doesn’t feel like hers. Roy promises that will paint it that night. First, he must take her to school. Before going to class, she asks her father to pick her up. He agrees. Later, Red Arrow is patrolling the streets when he encounters Lady Vic. He stops her from carrying out her assassination contract. She then runs; he follows. The chase continues and he misses picking up Lian after school. Mia (aka Speedy) picks her up. Meanwhile, Red Arrow continues to chase Lady Vic eventually catching late at night. By the time he comes home, Lian is asleep on the couch. He leaves her there so he can paint her room.



Green Lantern v4 #42
Prelude to Blackest Night,Agent Orange: Part 4

Fecha: 2009.08| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Philip Tan, Eddy Barrows (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #8, Green Lantern de Geoff Johns núm. 03 (ECC).

On Okaara, Orange Lantern Larfleeze cuts off the arm of Hal Jordan to take the Blue Power ring, but it turns out to be an illusion to give taste of Larfleeze hoped for. Elsewhere, Yrra (aka Fatality) tells John Stewart she has forgiven herself for what happened to Xanshi and John needs to do the same. Meanwhile, Jordan fights Larfleeze. Jordan distracts Larfleeze and grabs the Orange Lantern. Jordan claims it is his. Larfleeze takes it back and claims it is his. Larfleeze uses the battery to increase his power. Now, the Blue ring asks Jordan what he hopes for. Jordan hopes what they are done with the Larfleeze the ring stops asking him that question. The ring senses sincerity in the request, drains the power from Larfleeze to end the fight, and with Jordan’s request fulfilled, disengages and starts searching for a replacement. With the blue ring gone, Larfleeze stops fighting. He threatens the Guardians, but they tell them it is not necessary. The Guardians make another deal with Larfleeze, to give him what he wants if leaves them alone. What he wants is to know where the blue ring has gone…. In Sector 666, Green Lanterns Ash and Saarek find the corpse of the Anti-Monitor inside a black power battery. Saarek touches the battery and awakens the creature resting underneath.



Green Lantern v4 #43
Blackest Night, Blackest Night Prologue: Tale of the Black Lantern

Fecha: 2009.09| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Doug Mahnke (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #8.

Scar, the Guardian of the Black Lanterns, opens up the Book of the Black to take part in the birth of the first Black Lantern. The heart of William Hand is filled with death. And he is happy. He hears the voice of death and has for as long as he can remember. William’s parents own a mortuary; his childhood was surrounded by death. He has always had a fascination with death. He even stuff dead animals, including the family dog. As a young man, he witnessed a battle between Green Lanterns and Atrocitus. In the battle, William retrieved a cosmic rod. Over the years, William fought Green Lantern a number of times, always losing. He traveled to Coast City to kill Green Lantern, but was taken by the Gremlins and Evil Star, who experimented on him. It brought him close to the “darkness.” He could hear and touch death. He saw those that died. And those who died and were resurrected. The voice calls to William and says he wants them all back. William travels to his parent’s home. He kills his entire family. Then kills himself. Scar appears. She literally spits out the black power ring and gives it to William Hand. He is the first Black Lantern. He is the embodiment of the Black Lantern Corps.



Green Lantern v4 #44
Blackest Night, Only The Good Die Young

Fecha: 2009.09| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Doug Mahnke (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #9.

On Mars, J’onn J’onzz (aka Martian Manhunter) rises from the dead to become a Black Lantern. On Earth, Barry Allen and Hal Jordan stand before the grave of Bruce Wayne. The skull has been stolen. As they examine the site, they are confronted by J’onn, who tells them both they should not be alive. Hal’s power ring scans J’onn and determines J’onn is dead. J’onn then attacks them both. On Oa, Scar tells the other Guardians that she will bring order to the universe. It is time for a new army to save the universe. Meanwhile, Barry and Hal continue to fight J’onn. In Space, John Stewart stares at the dead planet of Xanshi. Suddenly, it comes alive with Black Lanterns.



Green Lantern v4 #45
Blackest Night, Love Hurts

Fecha: 2009.10| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Doug Mahnke (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #9.

In Space Sector 1313, John Stewart watches as Xanshi rises from the dead to become a Black Lantern. On Zamaron, members of the Sinestro Group attempt to rescue their comrades who have been captured by the Star Sapphire. Elsewhere, Queen Aga’po realizes that Carol Ferris has develop a resistance to the power ring. Carol can use its power without being totally consumed by its love. Carol will be the perfect host for the Violet entity, the Predator. Meanwhile, Sinestro encounters Carol Ferris. On Ysmault, Green Lanterns attempt to retrieve the dead body of Laira, but are confront by Red Lanterns. Suddenly, black power rings swarm the area and both groups are confronted by Black Lanterns, including Laira. On Zamaron, Sinestro tells her she is a slave to her love for Hal Jordan. Carol denies this. She also says even Sinestro has love in his heart and encases him in crystal. Sinestro has a vision of his lost love, Abin Sur’s sister Arin Sur, but Sinestro breaks free of the crystal. He can’t waste time. He needs to deal with Mongul. Around the universe, all of the various crops are confronted by Black Lanterns. On Oa, Scar confirms all of the light crops will soon be extinguished, including the Indigo Tribe, once its bears shines its light.



Green Lantern v4 #46
Blackest Night, Feared

Fecha: 2009.11| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Doug Mahnke (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #10.

On Zamaron, eternal love is under threat from Black Lanterns. The Queen tells her sisters that no matter what happens, the predator can not escape. Elsewhere, Sinestro and Star Sapphire Carol Ferris are fighting Black Lanterns. They are joined by Green Lantern Hal Jordan and members of the Indigo Tribe. The join in the fight against Black Lanterns. Sinestro then attacks Hal and Carol, but is stopped short by the Indigo Tribe who were told to seek him out by Abin Sur when Blackest Night began. Just then, black power rings find Khufu and Chay-ara and they are freed. In doing so, Zamaron is destabilized and the predator is freed. Violet light floods the black central battery. The Indigo Tribe then teleports Hal, Carol, and Sinestro away from Zamaron. However, it alerts Scar, who tells the Black Lanterns to follow the Indigo Light. In Space Sector 1313, John Stewart hears a voice from the resurrected Xanshi that he can save them. John heads to the planet surface. Meanwhile, Hal, Carol, and Sinestro find themselves on Korugar, where Mongul has taken control of the planet and its people. The two fight for leadership of the Yellow Corps. Sinestro wins the fight. The yellow lanterns pledge allegiance to Sinestro, who then says he will be the one to lead the battle against the Black Lanterns. Just then, they are confronted by Black Lanterns Abin and Arin Sur.



Green Lantern v4 #47
Blackest Night, To Hell And Back

Fecha: 2009.12| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Doug Mahnke (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #10.

On Ysmault, Red Lanterns and Green Lanterns are in the midst of a fight when they encounter Black Lanterns. On Korugar, Hal Jordan and Sinestro encounter Black Lanterns Abin Sur and his sister, Arin Sur. With the help of Indigo-1 and Carol Ferris, they are able to defeat the Black Lanterns. Realizing the dead are rising, the group knows they must recruit more ring bearers. Sinestro wants to find Atrocitus; Hal wants to get Saint Walker. Hal refuses to back down; he will lead this group and Sinestro will help. Sinestro agrees. On Xanshi, John Stewart finds a green lantern amongst the ruins. Someone, however, is waiting for him. On Odym, Blue Lanterns are fighting Orange Lantern constructs when Hal and others arrive. Suddenly, the orange constructs disappear. On Okaara, Orange Lantern Larfleeze is running for his life from Black Lanterns of those he has killed over the years. Suddenly, the Black Lanterns disappear. Atrocitus appears. He wants the orange lantern. Now!



Green Lantern v4 #48
Blackest Night, Gimme a Break!

Fecha: 2010.01| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Doug Mahnke (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #11.

On Okaara, Red Lantern Atrocitus is fighting Orange Lantern Larfleeze and his constructs. As they fight, Black Lanterns of those killed by Larfleeze join the battle. Using the orange battery Larfleeze knocks out Atrocitus. The Black Lanterns absorb the Orange constructs, leaving Larfleeze alone. He asks for help. Saint Walker appears, along with Hal Jordan, Indigo-1, Sinestro, and Carlo Ferris (aka the Light Brigade) and Guardians Sayd and Ganthet. Together, they dispatch the Black Lanterns. Larfleeze claims the Guardians betrayed him. Ganthet tells the other it wasn’t him, but admits the Guardians, led by Scar, attempted to extinguish the blue and orange lights to stop the War of Light. It backfired and actually started the War of Light. Atrocitus wakes up and charges Sinestro, claiming it was Sinestro who started the war of light. Saint Walker stops Atrocitus with the blue light, calming Atrocitus with the hope of his future. Sinestro asks Atrocitus for help to destroy the Black Lanterns. Atrocitus refuses. Suddenly, they witness the death of Damage on Earth. The black power rings have reached 100% power levels. Indigo-1 tells them the Black Lanterns have entered the next phase. They need to find the source of the black rings. They travel to Sector 666, the home of Atrocitus, which is nothing. Atrocitus blames the Guardians. He blames the Guardians for the War of Light, as well. He agrees to help kill the Black Lantern, but afterwards, he vows to kill the Guardians. Larfleeze also aggress on the condition he gets his own Guardian. Sayd agrees to become his Guardian. With the Light Brigade assembled, the group heads out to find Nekron…



Green Lantern v4 #49
Blackest Night, Semper Fi; Tales of the Black Lantern Corps: The Birth of Ne…

Fecha: 2010.02| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Ed Benés, Marcos Marz, Jerry Ordway (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #11.

On Xanshi, John Stewart encounters a green lantern battery that once belonged to Driq, the green lantern of Space Sector 667 who was killed by Sinestro. He then encounters Black Lantern Driq as well Black Lanterns of the entire planet of Xanshi. Stewart then destroys the battery, which destroys all of the Black Lanterns. However, they soon regenerate. They come after him. He is rescued by Black Lantern Katma Tui, his former wife. She tells him that he is the only man she truly loved. They told each their fears. John tells her he is not afraid of anything. But now he understands what he must do. He must put the past behind him. He flies away from his past, away from Xanshi. When he reaches orbit he finds himself near Earth. He warns Earth, they have incoming.



Green Lantern v4 #50
Parallax: Rebirth

Fecha: 2010.03| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Doug Mahnke (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #12.



Green Lantern v4 #51
Parallax: Rebirth, Part Two

Fecha: 2010.04| Créditos: Geoff Johns, Brian Azzarello (Guiones), Doug Mahnke, Rags Morales (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #12.



Green Lantern v4 #52
Life Blood

Fecha: 2010.05| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Doug Mahnke (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #12.



Green Lantern v4 #53
The New Guardians, Chapter One

Fecha: 2010.06| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Doug Mahnke (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #13, Green Lantern: El día más brillante (ECC).



Green Lantern v4 #54
The New Guardians, Chapter Two

Fecha: 2010.07| Créditos: Geoff Johns, J.T. Krul (Guiones), Doug Mahnke, Diogenes Neves (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #13, Green Lantern: El día más brillante (ECC).



Green Lantern v4 #55
The New Guardians, Chapter Three

Fecha: 2010.08| Créditos: Geoff Johns, Paul Cornell (Guiones), Doug Mahnke, Shawn Davis, Pete Woods (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #14, Green Lantern: El día más brillante (ECC).



Green Lantern v4 #56
The New Guardians, Chapter Four

Fecha: 2010.09| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Doug Mahnke (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #14, Green Lantern: El día más brillante (ECC).



Green Lantern v4 #57
The New Guardians, What Happens in Vegas

Fecha: 2010.10| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Doug Mahnke (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #15, Green Lantern: El día más brillante (ECC).

Notas: Death of Zamaron Queen Aga’Po


Green Lantern v4 #58
The New Guardians, Hope Burns Bright

Fecha: 2010.11| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Doug Mahnke (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #15, Green Lantern: El día más brillante (ECC).



Green Lantern v4 #59
The New Guardians, Lorek Tarr Lok

Fecha: 2010.12| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Doug Mahnke (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #16, Green Lantern: El día más brillante (ECC).



Green Lantern v4 #60
The New Guardians, Fear Factor

Fecha: 2011.01| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Doug Mahnke (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #16, Green Lantern: El día más brillante (ECC).



Green Lantern v4 #61
The New Guardians, Seeing Red

Fecha: 2011.02| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Doug Mahnke (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #17, Green Lantern: El día más brillante (ECC).



Green Lantern v4 #62
The New Guardians, The New Guardians, Conclusion

Fecha: 2011.03| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Doug Mahnke, Ed Benés, Ardian Syaf (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #17, Green Lantern: El día más brillante (ECC).



Green Lantern v4 #63
War of the Green Lanterns, Prologue

Fecha: 2011.04| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Ed Benés, Ardian Syaf (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #17, La guerra de los Green Lanterns (ECC).



Green Lantern v4 #64
War of the Green Lanterns, Part One

Fecha: 2011.05| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Doug Mahnke (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (Planeta) #19, La guerra de los Green Lanterns (ECC).



Green Lantern v4 #65
War of the Green Lanterns, Part Four

Fecha: 2011.06| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Doug Mahnke (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (ECC) #19 (ECC), La guerra de los Green Lanterns (ECC).



Green Lantern v4 #66
War of the Green Lanterns, Part Seven

Fecha: 2011.07| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Doug Mahnke (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (ECC) #20, La guerra de los Green Lanterns (ECC).



Green Lantern v4 #67
War of the Green Lanterns, Conclusion

Fecha: 2011.08| Créditos: Geoff Johns (Guiones), Doug Mahnke (Dibujos)| Edición española: Green Lantern (ECC) #20, La guerra de los Green Lanterns (ECC).

Notas: Último número.

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