With future Brainiac explaining that the people who gave him the ring were not Elders of Oa. So as the League and the Legion deal with the encroaching Great Darkness across the centuries (which will no doubt tie into the upcoming Death of The Justice League and Flashpoint Beyond stuff) we get to see the journey[...]
Green Lantern Corps Archives
Britney Spears took to her Instagram page yesterday and posted about the Green Lantern color spectrum members, the Star Sapphires.
They also seem to have approached them about producing the Green Lantern Corps film, being written by Geoff Johns There also seems to be a Green Lantern series in the works as well, from Greg Berlanti and Johns. Moving past the big two, the Aquaman sequel seemingly won't go in front of cameras for another year,[...]
The Green Lanterns save an alien species while Simon Baz accidentally frees Cyborg Superman from the Fortress of Solitude. Is it a good read?
Lastly, Simon Baz leaves the battle and heads to Earth on the orders of his own Green Lantern ring. Green Lanterns #53 cover by Mike Perkins and Hi-Fi Green Lanterns #53 wraps up the situation around Penelo, even if the threat to the Green Lantern Corps remains One leg of the story concludes while questions remain. One question[...]
The Green Lantern Corps are fighting the rest of the Darkstars overhead in orbit, but the situation is looking grim John Stewart won't allow the Corps or their allies to kill General Zod is straining under this restriction, but even Guy Gardner and Arkillo are beginning to question John's orders Hal's turning the tide of[...]
The Green Lanterns have been spread apart, cornered, and their own rings may be turning against them. Can the Corps survive? Is it a good read?
There, John Stewart sets up Zod's teleportation jammer, and the Green Lantern Corps and their erstwhile allies launch a final assault against the Darkstars. Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #49 cover by Fernando Pasarin, Eber Ferreira, and Jason Wright The pieces falling into place this issue does additional air of grandiosity to this war between[...]
Worse yet, Guy and Kilowog brought back a badly wounded John Stewart, the leader of the Green Lantern Corps These Lanterns soon hear of the attack on Panelo, and Kyle, Jesse, and Simon go to help. Green Lanterns #51 cover by Mike Perkins and Wil Quintana Green Lanterns takes a darker turn in this issue, with the[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Darkstars have commenced their attack on Mogo, headquarters of the Green Lantern Corps Kilowog is leading the defense, but Hal, John, Guy, and Kyle aren't anywhere near Sector Zero. That's because these four Green Lanterns of Earth have rallied their newfound allies, Arkillo, Orion, Hector Hammond, and General Zod, at the headquarters of the[...]
Green Lantern Corps Leader John Stewart answers a distress call to find a far larger threat than he could have anticipated Guy Gardner and Kilowog make a similarly startling discovery on another distress call The remaining Guardians of the Universe sense something dangerous on the horizon Green Lanterns Simon Baz, Jessica Cruz, and Kyle Rayner[...]
Kyle Rayner and Space Cabbie are still imprisoned by the New Gods, but Orion is up to something. Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #47 cover by Barry Kitson and Hi-Fi Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #47 wraps up the recruitment subplots in preparation for the final showdown with the Darkstars. These go more or[...]
Kyle Rayner and Space Cabby sit in a New Genesis prison while hoping Orion can provide aid soon. Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #46 cover by Stephen Segovia and Romulo Fajardo Jr. This is one of a few issues of Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps that suffers from the main drawback of focusing[...]
One of the big ones is that the Green Lantern Corps movie isn't as dead a people thought it was Toby Emmerich, group chairman, says how excited they are to have Johns and his new production banner, Mad Ghost Productions, working on DC projects. "Geoff is a super talented writer and truly embedded in the DC[...]
Green Lanterns #48 finds Jessica Cruz on the run from the Green Lantern Corps for a crime she has no memory of committing. Is it a good read?