So Old Lobo's got a plan for the weapon he's stolen or made or whatever. Create a black hole, harness it's energy then make it into a laser that destroys worlds, or something. There's a war coming he says (between Rann and Thanagar) and someone would pay a high price tag for such a weapon.
Naturally, that can't happen, so headed a a direct course to Kori's old ship, both she and Jason shrink the SHADE craft they stole, then land it inside on top of Lobo. Some fights break out, nothing goes well for Jason or Kori, and Roy ends up having to reprogram the nanobots in the weapon to come back towards them and transport Lobo and his aliens away.
Hooray, the earth is saved, Lobo reverse engineers Roy's tech to do something to his advantage, and then new Lobo is elsewhere going "I got to do something about this other Lobo."
The Bottom Line:
EDITOR'S NOTE: This will probably be my final issue I cover on the site. As many of you know, Scott Lobdell will return to the title next month, and as those of you who follow me on Twitter may know, I'm not exactly pleased with that. On top of me not really being a fan of writers coming and going (I prefer new voices on books instead of returning to same-old-same-old voices), many things Lobdell has said or done between his departure form this title and next month has turned me off to ever wanting to read anything he writes again. Asking a fellow panelist if eating a mango made her come and other general inquiries into her sexual life? Great stuff, super appropriate. Asking fellow writers in an interview if Lois Lane and Wonder Woman were going to have a cat fight, only to have their audible groans be transcribed by the interviewer? Keep talking, you're really great at it. And so on. So yeah, on a personal level, Lobdell's constant diarrhea of the mouth has really made me not want to support him. Added to that, I get this fishy feeling about him coming back on. Nine months in, all the editors on Lobdell's books got changed to the ones he was working with on Superman. Then he leaves Red Hood, Teen Titans is axed, and he gets booted off Superman... then just waltzes back on to Red Hood when he's got nothing left to write. Something just doesn't sit well with me there.