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"Bottled Light, Conclusion: Orange Crush": The Green Lantern Corps and Sinestro Corps fight against Larfleeze's Orange Lanterns. The green willpower constructs are ineffective, but the yellow fear constructs work. The two teams start breaking Larfleeze's bottles to release his specimens. His fea


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Green Lantern (Hal Jordan)

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #12 is an issue of the series Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps (Volume 1) with a cover date of March, 2017. It was published on January 11, 2017.

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Synopsis for "Bottled Light, Conclusion: Orange Crush"

The Green Lantern Corps and Sinestro Corps fight against Larfleeze's Orange Lanterns. The green willpower constructs are ineffective, but the yellow fear constructs work. The two teams start breaking Larfleeze's bottles to release his specimens. His fear increases the power levels of the Sinestro Corps. Hal, Kyle, Ganthet, and Sayd arrive to help. Larfleeze turns against Brainiac 2.0 and kills him. The robot thinks he is free, but becomes an Orange Lantern. Larfleeze and his Corps fly away to recapture his collection.

Later, Tomar-Tu restores the bottled city to planet Xudar. He also reconciles with his mother. John Stewart and Soranik Natu agree to unite their teams.



Notes

  • New 52 Lobo can be found in one of the bottles Brainiac 2.0 has. Guy Gardener tries to grab it but Hal Jordan says “Trust Me, Better to leave him on the shelf” which could be a reference to the criticism New 52 Lobo had.

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