"Revenge of the Green Lanterns, Part Two": Continuing from the last issue, Tomar Tu, Green Lantern of Sector 2813, lies in a medical room on Oa where Green Lantern Soranik Natu helps him recover. With them is Hal Jordan and Salakk. For all that th
- Life is an endless cycle of betrayal and murder and pain. I ended that hideous thing called life for so many when I destroyed Coast City. You tried to kill me for it. But I forgive you, Hal Jordan.
Appearing in "Revenge of the Green Lanterns, Part Two"
Synopsis for "Revenge of the Green Lanterns, Part Two"
Continuing from the last issue, Tomar Tu, Green Lantern of Sector 2813, lies in a medical room on Oa where Green Lantern Soranik Natu helps him recover. With them is Hal Jordan and Salakk. For all that they know, Tomar should be dead, since his last appearance was in Emerald Twilight when he fought against Hal while heading to Oa to destroy the Green Lantern Corps. Salakk says that from the ship's log, Tomar came from beyond the edge of Sector 3600, into Sector 3601, a sector forbidden to all Lanterns and home to the Manhunters.
In the cafeteria, Hal talks with Guy about Tomar's reappearance, and remembers to when Coast City was destroyed by Mongul in Reign of the Supermen, which caused Hal to go mad and feel fear for the first time and took his revenge against his fellow Lanterns, including Tomar Tu, and stealing their rings, and his appearance as Parallax and when he was finally freed of the parasite in Green Lantern: Rebirth. Hal believes that because of Tomar's reappearance, there is a chance that the other Green Lanterns that Hal defeated years ago may still be alive when, Turytt of Sector 786 attacks Jordan because his predecessor was Ke'Haan, one of the Lanterns that was defeated in Emerald Twilight, seeking revenge against Jordan for betraying the Corps.
When Gardner gets involved, many other rookie Lanterns get involved as well until Kilowog comes and breaks up the fight. Salakk arrives as well and gives demerits to the Lanterns who attacked Jordan and Gardner, and tells the two Earthmen that the Guardians of the Universe seek to speak with Hal about Tomar Tu's reappearance. Hal reasons with the Guardians that he feels that if Tomar Tu survived the onslaught, then maybe some of the other Lost Lanterns may still be alive, but the Guardians refuse his request to send a strike force to Sector 3601 because it is outside of their universe. Hal then returns to meet with Guy, who asks what the Guardians said about his request, to which Jordan replies that they have given him permission, to which Guy simply replies, "Yippee ki yea."
Meanwhile, back on Earth, the Global Guardians welcome the new Crimson Fox into their ranks and discuss their statements relating to Green Lantern's recent actions.
The story then flashes back to when Hal was a prisoner in Russia when he wakes up with Guy at the edge of Sector 3600 and noticing that there's not a single star in Sector 3601 and fly into the Sector based on Tomar's flight path, which takes them to the homeworld of the Manhunters, Biot. They try to sneak into the planet, but they are noticed by the Manhunters, who were upgraded to contain Green Power Batteries within them, draining the rings of their power. Hal notices something strange on his hand, instead of oil coming from the Manhunters, it's blood.
They then go down a pipeline where they find seven Lanterns hooked up to a large Power Battery, the seven Lanterns who were supposedly killed by Hal. When Hal reminds himself that it was his fault, he's blasted from behind by the person behind the resurrection and upgrade of the Manhunters, Hank Henshaw, the Cyborg Superman, wearing the rings of the Lost Lanterns.
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