This Wednesday, Sinestro #16, written by Cullen Bunn with Bradley Walker and Andrew Hennessy on art, hits the newsstands, continuing to follow the story of Sinestro as he adjusts to his Sinestro Corps being the supreme intergalactic police force of the universe! Check out these exclusive preview pages that DC Comics was kind enough to share!

As he has shown with his books Harrow County and The Sixth Gun, writer Cullen Bunn proves once again why he’s emerged as such a prolific writing powerhouse. It’s a tricky feat to accomplish, attempting to make a character long-seen as a villain sympathetic and multi-dimensional, particularly with such a character carrying his own series, but Bunn pulls it off effortlessly. Walker and Hennessy complement Bunn’s words nicely with pencils that are as much at home in the mundane and the ethereal.

Sinestro #16, written by Cullen Bunn with Andrew Hennessy and Bradley Walker on art, hits comic shops this Wednesday.

From the official description:

The leader of the Sinestro Corps must travel to Earth to seek help from Black Adam, the one man who may be able to help Sinestro end his conflict with the Paling.

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