The Sinestro Corps War (2007-2008) Reading Order

Following the return of Hal Jordan as the Green Lantern (during GREEN LANTERN: REBIRTH), and the rebirth of the multiverse itself (during INFINITE CRISIS), the Green Lantern Corps have also been reformed and the Guardians of the Universe – given life, once more – are running the show. Hal has already seen the emergence of a violent ring-bearers in the form of the Star Sapphire Corps, but more worry are the hints of yellow rings connected to something called the Sinestro Corps. Could Thaal Sinestro have returned? And just how much should the universe fear the possibility of him having his own army?

SCROLL DOWN to the bottom for the KEY COLLECTED EDITIONS for this event!

Major Crossover: With multiple chapters along with additional tie-ins, this story can be considered a major crossover.  

Must Reads: Story arcs marked with a ✔are must-read stories from this time period, along with any key related stories and often-forgotten tales that are worth a read.  

Anthology Issues: When an issue contains multiple stories, the relevant story is denoted with square brackets. For example, [2/5] refers to the second story of the five stories in that issue, so you don’t need to read the other four. 

Want to keep it simple? Here’s the chronological reading order without story descriptions, or spoilers:

  •      Green Lantern #18 [2/2] (tie-in)
  •      Green Lantern #19 [2/2] (tie-in)
  •      Green Lantern #20 [2/2] (tie-in)
  • Green Lantern: Sinestro Corps Special #1
  • Green Lantern #21
  • Green Lantern Corps #14
  • Green Lantern #22
  •      Tales of the Sinestro Corps: Parallax #1
  • Green Lantern #23
  • Green Lantern Corps #15  
  • Green Lantern Corps #16
  • Green Lantern #24
  • Tales of the Sinestro Corps: Cyborg-Superman #1
  •      Blue Beetle #20
  • Green Lantern Corps #17
  • Tales of the Sinestro Corps: Superman-Prime #1
  • Green Lantern Corps #18
  • Green Lantern #25
  •      Tales of the Sinestro Corps: Ion #1
  • Green Lantern Corps #19
  •      Green Lantern/Sinestro Corps Secret Files & Origins #1

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Must ReadsTitle, Issue Number & Synopsis
Green Lantern #18 [2/2] (tie-in)
On the planet Qward at the centre of the Antimatter Universe, Lyssa Drak – keeper of the Book of Parallax – recounts the origins of the Sinistro Corps to inspire new recruit Amon Sur. She starts with Despotellis who murdered the population of the entire planet that was home to Green Lantern Corps member Reemuz. The sentient bio-virus finally killed Reemuz himself before departing.

1st appearance: Despotellis, Lyssa Drak
Green Lantern #19 [2/2] (tie-in)
Lyssa Drax tells of the jungle planet Graxos III, birthplace of Karu-Sil who joined a pack of animals after her family were murdered. She cut away her own lips to look like the creatures she ran with. Thinking she was under attack, a Green Lantern killed the creatures and took her to Graxos IV where the Sinestro Corps ring recruited her.

1st appearance: Karu-Sil
Green Lantern #20 [2/2] (tie-in)
Lyssa Drak tells Amon Sur of the crustacean-like Bedovian who creates the Sinestro Corps’ Fear Lodges. Amon Sur is placed within a Fear Lodge until he can charge his yellow ring with his own horrors. The one thing Amon Sur truly fears… is Hal Jordan.

1st appearance: Bedovian
Green Lantern: Sinestro Corps Special #1 [1/2]
Fighting alongside the Justice League, Hal Jordan – Earth’s Green Lantern – tries to find out Thaal Sinestro’s whereabouts from Zoom. In space, numerous yellow rings are searching for bearers. On Oa, the Guardians of the Universe fear Cyborg Superman has learned of the existence of the Multiverse. A yellow ring jumps onto the finger of the unsuspecting Ion (Kyle Rayner), rips him off the face of Oa and into the Antimatter Universe. From there, the Sinestro Corps burst into the positive universe and assault Oa, slaughtering the Green Lanterns. Sinestro rips the Ion entity out of Kyle and reveals it was Despotellis who killed his mother. Kyle’s fear allows the entity Parallax to take him as his host. Sinestro reveals the final three Corps members: Cyborg Superman, Superman Prime and the Anti-Monitor. Drak predicts Sinestro will one day become the greatest Green Lantern, once more…

1st appearance: Borialosaurus, Bur’Gunza, DevilDog, Duel Eknham, Flayt, Gleen, Horku, Ion (entity), Kretch, Kryb, Low, Maash, Mallow, Moose, Murr the Melting Man/Ausiin Snow, Romat-Ru, Sayd. Schlagg-Man, Scivor, Feena Sik, Slushh, Smithwick, Snap Trap, Stanch, Tekik, Tri-Eye
Green Lantern: Sinestro Corps Special #1 [1/2]
From the Book of Parallax, Lyssa Drak tells how Sinestro was sent to Earth to train Hal Jordan. Despite being trusted friends, they fell out over Sinestro’s fascistic control of his home planet, Korugar. He was exiled to Qward where his first yellow ring would be made. Years later, he discovered the presence of the Anti-Monitor who fuelled Thaal Sinestro’s very own Sinestro Corps.
Green Lantern #21
While the Corps mourn the loss of over 50 Green Lanterns, the Guardians destroy the records of the prophesied Blackest Night. Ganthet and Sayd secretly contact Hal Jordan and ask him to lead the Corps. Across the universe, the Sinestro Corps continue to murder Green Lanterns. They booby trap the Central Power Battery of Oa with Parallax/Kyle Rayner who taunts Hal over his father’s death. Parallax transports Hal to Qward…
Green Lantern Corps #14
While Green Lanterns are massacred across the galaxy, the people of Korugar demand that Lantern Soranik Natu take the reins of power on their ailing world. Sinestro arrives on Korugar and resists Soranik’s attempt to arrest. She attempts to use lethal force, but it’s forbidden by the green rings. But Sinestro lets the people think Soranik Natu defeated him so they further insist on her leadership. In deep space, Green Man finds Stel alive after his recent attack and takes him back to Mogo. When they arrive, they find the Sinestro Corps have Ranx the Sentient City on their side. Elsewhere, Kilowog prepares the newest recruits for battle…
Green Lantern #22 (pp.1-4)
The Guardians summon all available Lanterns back to Oa. In the Antimatter Universe, Parallax beats down Hal Jordan…

Must ReadsTitle, Issue Number & Synopsis
Tales of the Sinestro Corps: Parallax #1 (pp.1-16)
Inside Parallax’s host body, Kyle Rayner’s suppressed consciousness watches the beating Hal takes from his possessed physical form. Part of Parallax’s own consciousness materialises and taunts him. Kyle fights back, but Parallax overpowers him.
Green Lantern #22 (pp.5-16)
The Guardians order a number of Lanterns to the Antimatter Universe to rescue Hal Jordan from Parallax and the Sinestro Corps. On the new Warworld, Cyborg Superman agrees to help the Anti-Monitor take Mogo in exchange for his own death. Parallax kills Jack T Chance and the tide turns against the Lanterns.
Tales of the Sinestro Corps: Parallax #1 (pp.17-22)
Inside Parallax, Kyle witnesses Chance’s death. When Parallax threatens to find and kill Donna Troy, Kyle stabs him through the eye with a pencil. Parallax leaves, laughing. But Kyle realises the painting he grew up admiring was by his mother, which gives him hope…
Green Lantern #22 (pp.17-21)
The Lanterns retreat below ground, with the resentful Lost Lanterns sticking to their true mission of finding Ion, while Hal and his allies find John Stewart and Guy Gardner guarded by Lyssa Drak…
Green Lantern Corps #15 (pp.1-20)
Kilowog’s rookies, Bzzd, Green Man and what’s left of Stel fight to defend Mogo from over 1000 members of the Sinestro Corps. Ranx sends the Children of the White Lobe into Mogo’s core. Arkillo and Kilowog battle it out. A strike squad is send into Ranx. On Oa, Gathet suggestions the Guardians rewrite the Book of Oa.
Green Lantern #23 (pp.1-9)
Lyssa Drak’s is defeated by Hal Jordan, Graf Toren and Tomar-Tu as their fight spills into the Qwardian forge. They’re quickly joined by freed Guy Gardner and John Stewart. With his ring out of power, Hal powers up with yellow rings. On Oa, Ganthet and Sayd’s secret love for each other gets them banished by their fellow Guardians…
Green Lantern Corps #15 (pp.21-22) / Green Lantern #23 (p.10)
In the Sinestro Corps’ Inner Sanctum, the Lost Lanterns stumble upon the Anti-Monitor…
Green Lantern #23 (pp.11-18)
The Anti-Monitor kills Kehaan, prompting the remaining Lost Lanterns to attack. Hal leads the escape out of Qward, charging through the Sinestro Corps as he goes. But Sinestro and Parallax block their path. Cyborg Superman’s Manhunters drain Hal’s yellow rings and Parallax seriously injures Guy Gardner. The Lost Lanterns free Ion and rescue Hal and the others as they flee Qward…
Green Lantern Corps #16 (pp.1-13)
Arisia disobeys Kilowog’s orders and heads to Ranx to aid Sodam Yat. Green Man advises Mogo to seal off his core while the Lanterns fight the Sinestro Corps. The Guardians decide to announce the first new rule of the Book of Oa. The Corps struggle to take down Ranx and the Children of the White Light to save Mogo…
Green Lantern #23 (pp.19-22)
The Guardians add ten new laws to the Book of Oa, the first of which allows the Green Lanterns to use lethal force, but only against the Sinestro Corps. Hal, John and Guy head to Earth to ask the Justice League for help. Ganthet realises the Sinestro Corps don’t want Oa, they want Earth… the centre of the multiverse!
Green Lantern Corps #16 (pp.14-19)
Now, with lethal force enabled, the Green Lanterns start killing the Sinestro Corps. Arisia refuses to kill. Salaak incinerates the last of the Children. Sodam Yat severs the connection to Ranx’s power source then blows the Sentient City up.
Tales of the Sinestro Corps: Cyborg-Superman #1 (pp.1-3)
Warworld arrives in Earth’s orbit. Sinestro tests Cyborg Superman’s feelings about Superman
Green Lantern #24 (pp.1-4)
Superman-Prime, Sinestro and Cyborg Superman lead the Sinestro Corps to Earth as their assault begins…
Green Lantern Corps #16 (pp.20-22)
Sodam Yat emerges from the ashes of Ranx, very much alive. Hal Jordan contacts Salaak to tell him Earth is the Sinestro Corps’ true target…

Must ReadsTitle, Issue Number & Synopsis
Green Lantern #24 (pp.5-10)
The Earth-bound Justice League and Justice Society fend off the Manhunters. Parallax goes after Jim Jordan and his family, so Hal rushes to his brother’s aid. But Hal’s ring runs out of power and Parallax consumes him.
Tales of the Sinestro Corps: Cyborg-Superman #1 (pp.4-13)
Cyrborg Superman recalls how exposure to cosmic energies transformed Hank Henshaw and his crew into ‘monsters’. After his death, Henshaw’s life-force became data and allowed him to control metal. He tried to save his wife, but she committed suicide. Henshaw transmitted his consciousness into a Kryptonian craft and headed into space. He then recalls taking his current form, allying with Mongul and destroying Coast City. Having landed on Earth, he pulls his wife’s body from her grave and tears it in two.
Green Lantern Corps #17 (pp.1-6)
The Green Lantern Corps arrive in Earth’s orbit. Salaak assigns groups to the target sites the Sinestro Corps are attacking. Kilowog’s team confront Arkillo in San Diego…
Green Lantern #24 (pp.11-13)
On his way to finding Maura Rayner’s painting, Guy Gardner is attacked by the Sinestro Corps. The Green Lanterns arrive and utilise lethal force to save him.
Blue Beetle #20
With Horku dead at Hannu’s hands, his yellow ring finds a new bearer in Peacemaker. But the alien Reach also activate the Scarab they secretly implanted in him, transforming him into the Infiltrator! His attack on Blue Beetle is interrupted by the Green Lantern Brik who agrees to distract Infiltrator while Blue Beetle interfaces with his Scarab’s neural pathways. The yellow ring rejects Peacemaker as he comes to his senses and he cuts the Scarab out of his own back. Jamie kneels over Peacemaker while he bleeds out…
Tales of the Sinestro Corps: Cyborg-Superman #1 (pp.14-17)
The Justice League’s Watchtower comes under attack from the legion of Manhunters. Cyborg Superman joins in, but Superman engages him.
Green Lantern #24 (p.14)
While Cyborg Superman fights his namesake, Superman-Prime lands on Earth among the JSA.
Tales of the Sinestro Corps: Superman-Prime #1 [1/2] (p.1-18)
While recalling his origins on Earth-Prime, Superman-Prime faces the Justice Society, Doom Patrol, Freedom Fighters, members of the Justice League and more (for the first time since INFINITE CRISIS).
Tales of the Sinestro Corps: Cyborg-Superman #1 (pp.18-22)
The Sinestro Corps attack the League. The Statue of Liberty is destroyed in the fight between Superman and Cyborg Superman. This time, it’s Cyborg Superman who stands triumphant…
Green Lantern Corps #17 (pp.7-13)
Guy and his fellow Corpsmen dispute the use of deadly force for Lanterns, with Soranik Natu struggling with the change. Guy resumes the search for the painting. In San Diego, Kilowog drops an aircraft carrier on Arkillo, then cuts off the finger bearing the yellow ring. The Corps are summoned to New York.
Tales of the Sinestro Corps: Superman-Prime #1 [2/2]
The imprisoned Lyssa Drak tells her Green Lantern captors, Amnee & Matoo Pree, the origin of Kryb. As a member of the Sinestro Corps, Kryb steals the babies of Green Lanterns. Drak warns them Kryb will come for their child on the day it’s born…
Green Lantern #24 (pp.15-22)
Having retrieved the painting, Guy Gardner presents it to Parallax while Hal inspires Kyle from within the creature. With that, Hal Jordan and Kyle Rayner escape Parallax, tearing out of his form. Ganthet and Sayd arrive and split the essence of Parallax, locking it into four green power batteries. Ganthet gives Kyle a new ring. Hal, John, Kyle and Guy are back to full power, in time to face the Anti-Monitor’s arrival on Earth…

Must ReadsTitle, Issue Number & Synopsis
Tales of the Sinestro Corps: Superman-Prime #1 [1/2] (p.19-31)
Superman-Prime recalls being recruited into the Sinestro Corps and struggling to contain his rage when faced with the Anti-Monitor. But he knows this is his chance to return home. Now, having defeated all the otter heroes, Superman-Prime is faced with Robin and Krypto. He’s then hit with a defeated Cyborg Superman, hurled by Supergirl, Power Girl and the one true Superman. The heroes dog-pile Superman-Prime to destroy his armour, but the Sun rises and powers him back up!
Green Lantern #25 (pp.1-17)
The war between the Green Lanterns, Sinestro Corps, Manhunters and the heroes of Earth rages! Ganthet and Sayd warn Hal, Kyle, John and Guy of the third hidden chapter in the Book of Oa. The other emotions represented by the spectrum of light – violet, red, indigo, orange and blue – will join the existing green and yellow in all-out war, ending in the Blackest Night. Kyle joins Hal Jordan as he heads to Coast City to check on his brother’s family. The rest of the Corps arrive on Earth to fight with Hal. In New York, the Anti-Monitor prepares to drain the Earth’s energies.
Green Lantern Corps #17 (pp.14-21)
The Green Lantern Corps assemble in New York and witness the arrival of the Anti-Monitor. Sodam Yat and Soranik Natu disobey direct orders and charge in to face Sinestro, but are blasted away like gnats by the Anti-Monitor. Soranik checks Sodam’s injuries, but he appears to be a cross between Daxamite and… Kryptonian? The Guardians arrive on Earth…
Green Lantern Corps #17 (p.22) / Tales of the Sinestro Corps: Superman-Prime #1 [1/2] (p.32)
The Guardians make Sodam Yat the host for the sentient entity of Will, transforming him into Ion! Superman-Prime sees the new Ion as a challenge…

New identity: Sodam Yat as Ion
Green Lantern Corps #18
Sodam Yat recalls the events that led to him becoming Ion as he fights for his very survival against Superman-Prime. Ion exhibits new abilities and weaknesses that are closer in nature to Kryptonians, as their fight takes them from a power plant to a cemetery. Ultimately, Sodam Yat is overpowered and Superman-Prime prepares to face Guy Gardner and John Stewart…

1st appearance: Diro Yat
Green Lantern #25 (pp.18-50)
In Coast City, Hal and Kyle face Sinestro and his Corps. Sinestro reveals the ‘lethal force’ law was part of his plan – now people will fear the Green Lantern Corps. Manhunters drain Hal & Kyle’s power rings. Hal uses a Manhunter to drain Sinestro’s ring. Hal & Kyle beat Sinestro hand-to-hand. In New York, Guardians attack the Anti-Monitor. John Stewart directs the Lanterns into using Warworld as a weapon to blow up Cyborg Superman and the weakened Anti-Monitor. But the shell of the Anti-Monitor rises, so Superman-Prime hurls him into space. Prime takes on the GLC, Sinestro Corps and the heroes until one of the Guardians sacrifices himself to disintegrate him. 36 hours after Sinestro’s defeat, the Green Lantern Corps continue to help repair the damage to numerous cities and landmarks on Earth. Sinestro is imprisoned on Oa. The Guardians prepare to initiate the second new law. Ganthet and Sayd start work on their Blue Lantern Corps. Superman-Prime materialises in another universe. And the withered body of the Anti-Monitor is imprisoned within a gigantic Black Lantern

1st appearance: Agent Orange/Larfleeze (unnamed), Atrocitus (unnamed), Kraken, Munk (unnamed), Saint Walker (unnamed), Scar (unnamed), Black Lantern Central Power Battery, Nok, Odym, Ryut
Tales of the Sinestro Corps: Ion #1
Kyle Rayner confronts the Guardians over their recent treatment of him and passing the role of Ion to Sodam Yat. Kyle decides to offer Sodam guidance. While they talk, they’re attacked by Kyle’s old foe, Alex Nero. Ion uses his powers to turn Nero’s yellow constructs into green constructs and shut him down. Kyle is assigned to the Green Lantern Honour Guard with Guy Gardner.
Green Lantern Corps #19 (pp.1-17)
Kyle Rayner struggles with the death of Jack T Chance while he and Guy Gardner look out over the rebuilt New York City. Guy is reunited with Ice, but she needs time to get her head around her recent resurrection. Across the universe, the surviving members of the Green Lantern Corps process the war in their own ways. Kyle gets on offer to become Art Director at the Gottesman Hall of Planet Earth.
Green Lantern/Sinestro Corps Secret Files & Origins #1
Kyle Rayner visits the Crypt of the Green Lantern Corps to pay respects to Jack T Chance. Guy Gardner tell Kyle the origin of Morro, the crypt’s keeper.
Green Lantern Corps #19 (pp.18-22)
Guy Gardner looks for a new home on Earth. In space, Stel and Green Man pursue a Sinestro Corps ship, but it escapes and crashes on Debstram IV. The pilot is killed by Mongul who then tajes his yellow ring…

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Must ReadsIssues & FalloutEvent / Crossover
Blue Beetle #22 (2008)
Peacemaker is revealed to have survived his brief duel Reach/Sinestro Corps upgrade.
Green Lantern #26-28 (2008)
As part of the Guardians of the Universe’s new law to allow Green Lanterns to use lethal force, they transform selected Lanterns into Alpha-Lanterns to ensure the new laws would be enforced correctly; John Stewart turns down the offer to become an Alpha-Lantern; Boodikka allows the Guardians to give her Manhunter tech upgrades to allow her to link directly with the Book of Oa.
THE ALPHA-LANTERNS
Green Lantern Corps #20 (2008)
Kyle Rayner and Guy Gardner start work in a new Warriors bar on Oa; Mongul learns the history of the Sinestro Corps from his Yellow Ring.
Blue Beetle #25 (2008)
Blue Beetle is assisted by a number of other heroes – including Guy Gardner – in finally defeating the Reach.
Countdown to Final Crisis #26-24 (2007)
Superboy-Prime searches the multiverse for a way to return home; instead, he finds himself on Earth-15 where he murders the world’s heroes before destroying the planet.
COUNTDOWN TO FINAL CRISIS
Green Lantern Corps #21-22 (2008)
Boodikka begins to take a hard line in enforcing the Guardians’ laws.
THE ALPHA-LANTERNS
Green Lantern Corps #23-26 (2008)
The Yellow Ring-bearing Mongul battles the Green Lantern Corps.
Final Crisis: Rage of the Red Lanterns #1 (2008)
First full appearance of the rage-fueled Red Lantern Corps; the Guardians’s second law, allowing the Green Lanterns to use lethal force against anyone, is enacted; under the orders of the Guardians, Sinestro is meant to be executed for his crimes during the Sinestro Corps War, but the arrival of the Sinestro Corps and Red Lantern Corps interrupts this moment.
RAGE OF THE RED LANTERNS

FINAL CRISIS
Green Lantern Corps #28-29 (2008)
Ice travels all the way to Oa when she decides to have her date with Guy Gardner 14 days early.
Green Lantern #36-38 (2008)
The Blue Lantern Corps make their existence known; the existence of Sinestro’s daughter is revealed; Sinestro escapes the Green Lantern Corps, regaining his freedom.
RAGE OF THE RED LANTERNS
Green Lantern Corps #30-32 (2009)
A promised, Kryb makes her bid to steal Amnee & Matoo Pree’s baby; the Guardians pass the third new law, stating that emotional and physical relationships between Green Lanterns is forbidden.
DC Universe #0 (2008)
Black Hand discovers the existence of the Black Lantern Power Battery.
COUNTDOWN TO FINAL CRISIS
Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds #1-5 (2008-2009)
Superboy-Prime is brought into the 31st Century by the Time Trapper and learns he was barely a footnote in New Earth’s history; Superboy-Prime forms his own Legion of Super-Villains and battles the Legion of Super-Heroes of three realities and has a rematch with the future Sodam Yat – rhe only surviving member of the Green Lantern Corps following Mogo’s destruction; Superboy-Prime returns to his own Earth and is reunited with Laurie Lemmon and his parents who are horrified by what he did in his time in the multiverse.
FINAL CRISIS

Must ReadsIssues & FalloutEvent / Crossover
Green Lantern Corps #33 (2009)
Mongul establishes himself as the new leader of the Sinestro Corps.
PRELUDE TO BLACKEST NIGHT
Adventure Comics #0 (2009)
The scarred member of the Guardians of the Universe – now calling herself Scar – is revealed to have become the keeper of the Book of the Black which contains prophesies on those who threaten the coming Blackest Night.
ORIGINS & OMENS
Green Lantern Corps #35-37 (2009)
Soranik Natu learns Sinestro is her father; Sodam Yat sacrifices himself to save his home planet Daxam by turning their Red Sun into a Yellow Sun.

Green Lantern #39-42 (2009)
Stel gains a new, upgraded body; Hal Jordan encounters Agent Orange (Larfleeze), the only member of the avarice-driven Orange Lantern Corps; Green Lanterns Ash and Saarek discover the location of the Anti-Monitor’s corpse and the existence of the Black Lantern Power Battery in Sector 666, but are killed before they can warn the Corps; the Guardians enact their fourth new law, stating the Vega System is no longer out of bounds for the Green Lantern Corps.

Green Lantern Corps #38 (2009)
Black Lantern Rings are unleashed into the universe; the Alpha-Lanterns take the lethal force law too far, coming into conflict with Guy Gardner and Kyle Rayner.
PRELUDE TO BLACKEST NIGHT
Blackest Night #0-1 (2009)
As prophesied in the ‘forbidden chapter’ of the Book of Oa, the Blackest Night comes, guided by Nekron, the Lord of the Unliving; Green Lanterns Barin, Jack T Chance, Chthos-Chthas Chthatis, Cuniff Cood and Ke’Haan who died during the Sinestro Corps War returns as a Black Lantern.
BLACKEST NIGHT
Green Lantern Corps #39-40 (2009)
Kyle Rayner is ‘reunited’ with Jade when she’s resurrected as a member of the Black Lantern Corps.
BLACKEST NIGHT
Green Lantern #45-46 (2009)
The Indigo Tribe (initially referred to as the Indigo Lantern Corps) emerge; Sinestro casts Mongul into the Sinestro Corps Power Battery and reinstates himself as leader; Enkafos and Horku of the Sinestro Corps returns as a member of the Black Lantern Corps.

Green Lantern Corps #41 (2009)
Green Lantern Diamalon who died during the Sinestro Corps War returns as a Black Lantern; the Children of the White Lobe return as part of the Black Lantern Corps.

Green Lantern #48 (2010)
Representatives from each of the seven lights corps replace the Guardians of the Universe as the New Guardians.

Blackest Night #7-8 (2010)
The Anti-Monitor escapes the Black Lantern Power Battery and battles members of the various Corps members; Nekron banishes the Anti-Monitor to the Anti-Matter Universe; the Green Lantern Corps, Sinestro Corps and the other five lights corps join forces to defeat Nekron.
BLACKEST NIGHT
Green Lantern #53 (2010)
As the Guardians of the Universe feared, the events of the Blackest Night lead to the return of the rogue Guardian Krona.

Green Lantern Corps #49-52 (2010)
Cyborg Superman returns having been led to believe Ganthet holds the key to his destruction; Cyborg Superman tries to work with the Alpha Lanterns to become mortal again and, therefore, able to die.
BRIGHTEST DAY
Green Lantern Corps #60 (2011)
John Stewart is forced to destroy Mogo when he’s corrupted by Krona.

Green Lantern #67 (2011)
As prophesied by Lyssa Drak, Thaal Sinestro leaves the Sinestro Corps and rejoins the Green Lantern Corps.
WAR OF THE GREEN LANTERNS

Collected Edition TitleCollects…
Absolute Sinestro Corps WarGreen Lantern #21-25
Green Lantern Corps #14-19
Green Lantern: Sinestro Corps Special #1
Green Lantern by Geoff Johns vol.3 (Book Three)Green Lantern #18-25
Green Lantern Corps #14-18
Green Lantern/Sinestro Corps: Secret Files & Origins #1
Green Lantern: Sinestro Corps Special #1
Tales of the Sinestro Corps: Superman-Prime #1
Green Lantern: Sinestro Corps WarGreen Lantern #21-25
Green Lantern Corps #14-19
Green Lantern: Sinestro Corps Special #1
Green Lantern: Sinestro Corps War vol.1Green Lantern #21-23
Green Lantern Corps #14-15
Green Lantern: Sinestro Corps Special #1
Green Lantern: Sinestro Corps War vol.2Green Lantern #24-25
Green Lantern Corps #16-19
Green Lantern: Tales of the Sinestro CorpsGreen Lantern #18-20 [part]
Green Lantern/Sinestro Corps: Secret Files & Origins #1
Green Lantern: Sinestro Corps Special #1
Tales of the Sinestro Corps: Cyborg Superman #1
Tales of the Sinestro Corps: Ion #1
Tales of the Sinestro Corps: Parallax #1
Tales of the Sinestro Corps: Superman-Prime #1
Green Lantern vol.4: Wanted: Hal JordanGreen Lantern #14-20

Collected Edition TitleIncludes…
Green Lantern by Geoff Johns Omnibus vol.1Green Lantern #21-25
Green Lantern Corps #14-18
Green Lantern/Sinestro Corps: Secret Files & Origins #1
Green Lantern: Sinestro Corps Special #1
Tales of the Sinestro Corps: Superman-Prime #1
Green Lantern Corps by Tomasi & Gleason Omnibus vol.1Green Lantern #21-25
Green Lantern Corps #14-19
Green Lantern: Sinestro Corps Special #1

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