- The lines between good and evil are blurred, when the fate of the universe is at stake.
Appearing in "1 / 0"
- Green Lantern Corps
- Guardians of the Universe (Flashback and main story)
- Green Lantern (Guy Gardner)
- Green Lantern Villains
- Sinestro (Flashback and main story)
- Weaponers of Qward
- Hector Hammond (Cameo)
- Krona (Flashback only)
- Monitor (Flashback only)
- Anti-Monitor (Flashback only)
Synopsis for "1 / 0"
Sinestro explains to John Stewart and Katma Tui that Hal Jordan and Guy Gardners mission to blow up the moon of Qward where the Anti-Monitor was born must be stopped at all costs. Using the displaced energy produced from contact between Green and Yellow energies, Stewart propels himself to Oa to confront the Guardians much faster than he would normally be able to.
Gardner and Jordan assemble the army of villains they've gathered on one of the moons of Pluto, preparing for their assault. The two discuss the grudge Gardner has against Jordan, and while Hal is actually glad to see Guy finally a Lantern, Guy calls him a jerk.
On Oa, Stewart arrives to find assembled remaining members of the Green Lantern Corps, including Tomar-Re, K'ryssma, Apros, Arisia Rrab, Ch'p and Xax. Although it is discovered that Sinestro had been lying to gain access to Oa, the danger he explained was very real, unbeknownst to him. The Central Power Battery, speaking through Tomar-Re explains that the destruction of the Anti-Monitor's birthplace will remove his tethers to the mortal world, and in effect make him much more powerful than he had ever been before. The Guardians launch a counter-strike composed of all active members of the Corps to stop Guy Gardner's team in the Antimatter Universe.
Gardner's team, which also consists of the Shark, Sonar, Goldface, Throttle and Blindside arrive in the Antimatter Universe and are attacked by the Weaponers of Qward. For disobeying orders, Gardner hits Jordan over the head and takes the ring he was temporarily given. Hal is able to survive by grabbing the life support systems of a nearby Weaponer.
When Gardner's villains and the rest of the Corps meet, they clash and there's a gigantic battle in the Antimatter Universe! During the fight, Xax is murdered and Tomar-Re is fatally injured by Goldface. As Gardner prepares to destroy the Anti-Monitors' birthplace, he is confronted by Stewart, the last man standing between him and the unintentional destruction of the universe. They engage in a battle of wills, and Stewart, the more experienced Lantern, wins with sheer power.
Elsewhere, as the Anti-Monitor dies, somehow all fighting are able to sense it, and the combat is ceased, while the fighters collect their dead and injured, simply glad that the Crisis is over. Tomar-Re dies, and his Ring is passed on to John Stewart, who is able to give the ring he's been using (originally the ring of Abin Sur back to Hal Jordan. Hal Jordan becomes an official Green Lantern once more.
- This issue is a Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover.
- The births of the Monitor and the Anti-Monitor are explained in Crisis on Infinite Earths #7.
- Sinestro references the Anti-Monitor traveling back to the Big Bang to change the universe. This occurred in Crisis on Infinite Earths #10.
- The Corps members on Oa are elaborated upon in Crisis on Infinite Earths #5 and Crisis on Infinite Earths #8.
- The Anti-Monitor died in Crisis on Infinite Earths #12.
- Hal Jordan retired from the Green Lantern Corps in Green Lantern (Volume 2) #181.
- Sinestro's origin story is a flashback to Green Lantern (Volume 2) #7.
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Links and References
- Green Lantern at Wikipedia.org
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- Crisis on Infinite Earths
- Crisis on Infinite Earths at the Grand Comics Database
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