DC Brings a Major Green Lantern Back From the Dead in a Surprising Way

Christopher Chance helped kill considered one of DC’s most infamous Green Lanterns again in The Human Target #6 — or so readers thought. But the most recent subject of DC’s Black Label sequence reveals he is not solely again, however Guy Gardner was by no means killed within the first place.

His stunning return is chronicled in The Human Target #10, written by Tom King, illustrated by Greg Smallwood and lettered by Clayton Cowles. Guy’s removed from lifeless — the truth is, he is merely been in hiding, with the assistance of ex-girlfriend Tora Olafsdotter, aka Ice — the previous Justice League member who seemingly helped Chance kill him. His “death” was solely an phantasm, one generated through a light-bending trick by way of Guy’s ring — and it was Ice’s thought.

Chance tracks Guy down — with assist from one other Green Lantern, G’nort — and non-lethally incapacitates him. But not earlier than Chance learns from Guy himself how he and Ice had faked his demise.

DC’s Black Label sequence has instructed the story of Chance — and Ice — investigating his personal soon-to-be-murder, with solely days to stay after ingesting a slow-acting poison. Along the way in which, the pair have turn out to be romantically concerned — and Guy has been none too glad about it. A jealous Guy exhibits up at Ice’s residence in subject #6 solely to seek out Chance there as properly, resulting in an undesirable altercation between the 2 males. The battle results in Guy’s obvious demise — with Ice freezing him stable, and Chance shattering Guy’s frozen type with one blow.

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