"Red Daughter of Krypton: Part 2: Red Remembrance": While the Red Lanterns wait for Bleez regaining consciousness, Guy Gardner sends Kara, Zilius Zox and Skallox off to planet Grax to fight off a genocidal alien species called the Diasporans who consider their duty to reinforce alien races by cu
- My name is Kara Zor-El. I'm from a long-dead planet called Krypton. On Earth they called me "Supergirl" because I could do almost anything--anything except fit in. But those days of loss and loneliness are behind me now. I've finally found where I belong. I belong in the Red Lantern Corps.
Appearing in "Red Daughter of Krypton: Part 2: Red Remembrance"
Synopsis for "Red Daughter of Krypton: Part 2: Red Remembrance"
While the Red Lanterns wait for Bleez regaining consciousness, Guy Gardner sends Kara, Zilius Zox and Skallox off to planet Grax to fight off a genocidal alien species called the Diasporans who consider their duty to reinforce alien races by culling the weak. The trio of Red Lanterns clashes with the Diasporan army and Kara nearly single-handedly drives their armada out of the planet. Kara is happy about saving the Graxians, but knowing the Diasporans are still out there somewhere, ready to strike again and wipe more alien races out, upsets her.
After returning to Ysmault, Kara and Guy have a heart-to-heart talk. She tells him about her life and explains how the Diasporans remind her of the Worldkillers whom she fought several months ago, monsters whose genocidal urges are an abomination to an orphan from a dead planet. Kara caps her story by stating that she has now the power, the Ring and the mission to stop their kind from hurting anyone else. Guy asks her to wait for a bit until they have dealt with Atrocitus, after which they will take care of the Diasporans. Kara feels frustrated but she promises to be patient, reiterating she needs to stop them badly because that world-killing stuff hits a nerve.
Unbeknown to Kara, she has got the attention of the Diasporan king, who deems the Red Lantern Kryptonian as the epitome of his beliefs, and wants to turn her into his tool.
- This book was first published on April 16, 2014.
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