Why don't all Green Lanterns get the battery shoved into their chest? What a time saver!
Okay, I just opened up the comic and John Stewart is accepting the arrest like I figured he would. So why the fuck did the Alpha Corps feel they had to break through the wall? I'm so fucking sick and tired of everybody in the fucking DCnU breaking through walls! Use a fucking door, assholes!
Guy immediately jumps to John's defense. In the old DCU, Guy Gardner was one of my favorite characters and this comic is reminding me of the reasons why I liked him so much. Justice League International isn't doing anything for any super hero in that one. They should all get the hell out of the JLI before the readership drops so low the creative team feels the need to kill another member.
Love the rats.
After stopping the fighting before it really gets started, the Alpha Corps show everyone in the room what happened on The Keeper's home-world when John killed Kirrt to keep him quiet. Gardner is stunned and backs down.
Even the Mummy Green Lantern is speechless! And Fat Grinch Green Lantern too!
These little blue bastards are constantly up to something. I don't know why someone hasn't marginalized them! Throw 'em in a fucking black hole and be done with their bullshit already.
The trial takes place but most of it does so off panel. Stewart explains why he did it but it still looks bad for him. A Green Lantern killing another Green Lantern, even with the fate of the universe at stake, doesn't seem like a gray area to the Alpha Corps. Later, at John's cell, Guy and John talk a bit about the past. Looks like Stewart has already made a few hard choices in the past that resulted in the death of teammates. I'm pretty sure he caused the death of an entire world one time when he couldn't cut the Yellow wire on a world-destroying bomb! Something like that happened somewhere! And Guy mentions how he just nearly escaped killing a fellow Lantern.
Ouch. "Hadn't of"? Do I need to point out the "of" should be "have"? I should also point out that the "of" which should have been a "have" wasn't even needed since the "a" at at the end of Guy's weird contraction "hadn't'a" takes the place of the "have" (or "of", if you want to be illiterate about it).