With only Kilowog providing the grounding of a Corps now in disarray, it appears that there are some tough times ahead for Jordan's new Corps. If he can't pull it together fast, we may see even more calamity befall this currently weak version of a once strong institution.
Robert Venditti is off to a fresh start, and I think it's wise of him to wipe the slate clean and start somewhat anew. Following a run as long and successful as Geoff Johns' was can't be an easy thing to do, and I think that so far, he is handling this title well.
Billy Tan is delivering great work here on art, and is continuing a recent tradition of excellent artwork on the flagship Green Lantern title.
I have never been a regular Green Lantern reader, but I thought that with all of the creative teams changing, and Johns ending his almost decade-long run on this book, it would be a good time for me to pick it up again and give it another shot. So far, I'm glad that I did. It isn't the best book on the rack, but the first three issues of this creative team's run have been solid, and I'm looking forward to seeing what they can do with these characters.