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Today's Green Lantern #12 gives the depowered Green Lanterns a bit of a reset In fact, it gives pretty much everything a reset Even if some folk get reset in ways they may not have been expecting And it's all thanks to John Stewart's new relationship with Jack Kirby Hal Jordan is up first… getting[...]
Cover image for Green Lantern #12
The Green Lantern Universe is about to be shaken to its foundations in Green Lantern #12, according to the solicit Of course, nothing will be the same again As these things go In this preview John Stewart comes face to face with The Source, of all life and energy in the universe that is And[...]
Jack Kirby Is Now The Source In The DC Comics Universe
This week's Green Lantern #12, as well as teasing a future John Stewart And The Emerald Knights comic book to come from DC Comics, also gets deep within The Source. The New Gods #1 by Jack Kirby The Source was created by Jack Kirby for the Fourth World comics in 1970 in New Gods #1 It is[...]
DC Will Bring Us John Stewart And The Emerald Knights in 2022
Bleeding Cool gets the scoop that at some point in 2022, DC will bring us a new comic book, John Stewart And The Emerald Knights, spinning out of the current Green Lantern series Currently, this week's Green Lantern #12 by Geoffrey Thorne, Tom Raney and Marco Santucci lists John Stewart as The Emerald Knight on[...]
DC Round Robin
But can Ronnie and Jason put their differences aside and combine into Firestorm, or will Darkseid claim the matrix for himself and Apokolips? Kid Flash: The Speed of Fear 55% REVERSE-FLASH melds with PARALLAX in an unprecedented combination of the Speed Force and the fear-based yellow power ring to create a deadly SPEED RING to shatter OA's[...]
Green Lantern #11 Review: Out Of Hand
Green Lantern #11 has that approach by combining two crossover-worthy challenges that have been developed over previous issues into something that literally says, "this isn't even my final form." Green Lantern #11 Cover Credit: DC Comics In the quaintly named Dark Sectors, John Stewart is the quest leader for a rapidly diminishing number of Green Lanterns whose[...]
All-American Comics #89 (DC, 1947) featuring the first appearance of Harlequin.
An incredibly accomplished and talented woman takes on a job in her profession that brings her into contact with one of the most famous and mysterious men in the world.  The job becomes an obsession which in turn leads her into a life as a costumed criminal so she can become closer to the legendary[...]
Green Lantern #29 featuring Harlequin (DC, 1947).
The strange, short career of Golden Age villain the Harlequin is a tale of obsession, not all that different from that of her modern namesake Harley Quinn.  Created by Robert Kanigher and Irwin Hasen, in her alter ego she is Molly Mayne, Green Lantern alter ego Alan Scott's assistant at WXYZ radio But Molly Mayne has[...]
Green Lantern #201 (DC, 1986) featuring the first appearance of Kilowog and the beginning of the Green Lantern Corps series.
It's a testiment to the enduring nature of the concept that many characters who have taken on the role of Green Lantern have become memorable and a regular part of the franchise.  In the 1940s there was Alan Scott, of course.  The 1960s introduced us to Hal Jordan and Guy Gardner.  John Stewart made his[...]
Cover image for GREEN LANTERN #11 CVR A BERNARD CHANG & ALEX SINCLAIR
The Justice League and United Planets stand against the Anti-Guardian in this preview of Green Lantern #11, killing time for one for more issue until John Stewart shows up to save the day Sorry, but that's what we got from the solicit Maybe comics publishers should stop announcing how many issues there are in the[...]
Green Lantern #50 featuring Kyle Rayner's debut as GL (DC, 1994).
Green Lantern has become one of the most iconic superheroes in comic books, and many characters have taken on the role, including Alan Scott, Hal Jordan, John Stewart, Jessica Cruz, Simon Baz and of course Killowog among others.  The upcoming Green Lantern series from HBOMax will include several of these but two important Green Lanterns[...]
Green Lantern #59 (DC, 1968)
Although Green Lantern has become one of the most iconic superheroes in comic books, many characters have taken on the role, including Alan Scott, Hal Jordan, John Stewart, and of course Killowog among others.  The upcoming Green Lantern series from HBOMax will include a few of these but will feature one of the most infamous[...]
Green Lantern #10 Review: A Big Swing
In a kind of "Days of Future John" approach, Green Lantern #10 has the quest leader Lantern choose his final form and sees what kind of trouble is going on back home With a jarring but still entertaining expansion of scope, this shows that John Stewart is leveling up into a whole new kind of[...]
DC Cancels Orders, Reschedules Omnibuses & Green Lantern Alliance OGN
DC Comics has informed retailers that orders for Green Lantern: Alliance, the DC original graphic novel continuing the story of Tai Pham, have been cancelled as the book is late It has now been rescheduled for sale on the 18th of October and will be re-solicited in an upcoming edition of DC Connect. Equally, The Phantom[...]
Cover image for GREEN LANTERN #10 CVR A BERNARD CHANG
The post-COVID economy is a job-seeker's market, so in Green Lantern #10, why shouldn't John Stewat forever change his role in the DC Universe? Check out the preview below. GREEN LANTERN #10 DC Comics 1121DC057 1121DC058 – GREEN LANTERN #10 CVR B ALAN QUAH CARD STOCK VAR – $5.99 (W) Geoffrey Thorne (A) Tom Raney, Marco Santucci (CA) Bernard Chang John[...]