This issue follows John Stewart and a group of young Lanterns on the planet Zarox trying to deal with oppression and fear-mongering, while on another world, a Durlan Lantern, ancestor of the Legion of Super-Heroes’ Chameleon Boy we’d assume from his name, is working a similar tough situation. There are monsters, and fighting, as well as human-interest stories even though only one character is actually human. The art by Bernard Chang is a treat, aided by very appealing coloring by Marcelo Maiolo and fine lettering by Dave Sharpe. It features stylized panels amid more realistic ones for interesting contrast and variety. I like this book in general, though I can’t say any of the characters in it were all that memorable this time.