That sledgehammer is for his tombstone. Deadman is no longer dead, so he's making a little correction.
The white power ring he is wearing begins taking him on a tour.
The girl is Mera and I'm calling the panel 'good morning'. The location is the legendary Amnesty Bay.
Even with the busted lighthouse the place looks great. Aquaman though, isn't doing too well. He is haunted by his time as a Black Lantern.
It's a deep funk when not even Mera swimming naked can get you out of it.
Next stop for Deadman is Iron Heights Penitentiary - for Captain Boomerang.
Somebody beats Boston Brand to it though.
Here's a great shot of the Flash phasing to get inside Captain Boomerang's cell
The conversation between the two is pretty vanilla. Flash telling the Captain to stop being the bad guy and the Boomering telling Flash to push off. Meh.
Next Hawkman and Hawkwoman at the Stonechat Museum. Conversation is more interesting here as Carter and Shiera talk about their past lives.
Here's what happened to them in Bali.
And here's their 'Dungeons and Dragons' phase.
While all of this is going on, two artifacts start uniting: a crystal given by Star Sapphire and the Claw of Horus.
The Crystal/Claw combination compels the pair to fly south.
And what is in the south? Peru. and in Peru the skeletons of Khufu and Chay-ara.
The original bodies of Hawkman and Hawkgirl.
Next stop is Maxwell Lord who seems to be trying to kill himself in an elaborate manner.
Next is a big jump to Mars where Boston is witness to J'onn J'onzz getting a visit from Guy Gardner and Hal Jordan complete with Oreos and milk.
The Martian Manhunter informs the Green Lanterns that he intends to bring Mars back to life (he's virtually a Superman so he can do it). He takes the pair for a tour of the spectacular Martian landscape.
Next we visit Jade, who - like Aquaman - is feeling pangs of guilt for actions done while she was a Black Lantern.
Before we leave Jade we have these curious panels.
Back to New York right after the funeral of Gehenna Hewitt. This is awkward because Gehenna was killed by Ronnie Raymond as Black Lantern Firestorm and Ronnie is at this event. As expected it doesn't go well between Raymond and Gehenna's boyfriend Jayson Rusch. Unfortunately these two are literally stuck together as Firestorm.
A short visit to Kahndaq and Osiris who bafflingly lifts statues (are they statues?) of his sister Isis and Teth-Adam as he flies off from an adoring crowd.
Then to Arlington, Virginia where we join Hawk and Dove in one of their raids.
Last stop is Star City. Boston does not witness anything or meet anybody there, at least not in this issue. We do get a spectacular two-pager of Star City.