GOOD THING: There's a lot going on here. The apparent return of Sodam Yat from Green Lantern Corps. The Red Lanterns up to some mischief on Earth. And then you turn to the last page and Lobo has just shown up, ready to kick some Lantern ass. Why? Who knows? But it's sure to be fun finding out.
BAD THING: For all the things that are going on, surprisingly little is said about the mysterious figure who is seemingly capturing the entities that are the living manifestations of the various emotions. This is bothersome as between this scene - and the scenes with Sinestro, Hal and Carol with the White Lantern - there seems to be a lot of padding in this issue.
The Final Verdict: A lot is going on here but only some of it seems essential to the plot. And yet one of the most fun things in the book - occurring on the last few pages - seems utterly inessential at present. Still, a solid read with great artwork, though I can't honestly say this is a good time or a good place to get into Green Lantern if you haven't been keeping up with things through Blackest Night.