A few weeks ago, Bleeding Cool quoted The Green Lantern artist Liam Sharp as saying that the second twelve-issue season of the comic by Liam and Grant Morrison had been truncated to eight issues.
Sadly not. 8 this time.
— Liam 'Sharpy' Sharp (@LiamRSharp) January 19, 2020
Bleeding Cool suggested that this might be in order that the series conclude before 5G's launch in October, and to avoid the Batman Incorporated problem with Grant the last time with the New 52, which continued to be published in the old continuity while all the other books reflected the new one, and people trying to paper over the cracks.. We were told by connected sources that we were bang on the money.
TGL season 2 WILL be 12 issues. Plenty more celestial craziness still to come… pic.twitter.com/JDfk0K1M0I
— Liam 'Sharpy' Sharp (@LiamRSharp) March 3, 2020
So when Liam Sharp, just now, stated that The Green Lantern Season Two had been restored to a full twelve-issue run, well, that just bolsters what we heard coming out of C2E2 that the implications of 5G and the new DC Timeline were being significantly rolled back, now that its instigator and champion Dan DiDio was no longer with the publisher.
What other implications of this change will we be able to see coming? And how many stories in this week's Flash #750 are going to have to change as a result?