Krona tried to view the beginnings of creation by looking ahead, at the end of the universe, and looping around — but he inadvertently caused the universe's beginning and end to be connected, so that entropy was unleashed.It's a well-established fact in the DC Universe that if you try to view the beginnings of creation, you'll see a giant replica Rolex 118206-SD Men's Watch hand, showing that the Guardians were there at the beginning of everything. But this is actually a lie, created to protect the Guardians from enemies who might try and travel back through time and attack the Guardians when they were just the puny Maltusians.
But the existence of this illusion at the beginning of time goaded Krona into wanting to see the origin of the universe for himself, thus causing entropy, so one Guardian, named Dawlakispokpok, plans to remedy matters.According to a replica Rolex 118206-BLR Men's Watch recent review posted at The Indigo Tribe:Hal and Ganthet are quickly defeated and captured, and “Dawly” explains to his prisoners that it was he who created the “giant hand” illusion in the first place simply to prevent other beings from seeing the true origins of the Maltusians. They were a weak and warlike race just like any other with no real claim to universal authority.
Dawly plans to remove the illusion from the timestream so that Krona will not damage the universe in the past. Unfortunately, Dawly and his family end up causing the very accident that Krona was blamed for in the first place. Dawly is killed, but his wife and son surrender.Apart from fleshing out the origins of the Guardians and explaining what really happened with Krona — who's still an important figure in the Green Lantern replica Rolex 118238 Men's Watch mythos today — Ganthet's Tale also introduces Ganthet, a Guardian who played an important part in the Green Lantern comics of the 1990s, including giving Kyle Rayner his ring.The coolest moment in the comic comes when Hal is fighting Dawly's kids, who also have Green Lantern powers, and he flies away from the battle — but not because he's scared. The Green Lantern ring-beam is a standing wave of light, and if you get far enough away, it shifts from green to yellow —