Cripes! Who coulda seen that one coming? What do you do now?! For Dan Jurgens, the answer is: grab the nearest Mike Perkins and go take over Green Lanterns! According to DC's May Previews Catalog for items shipping in July, Jurgens and Perkins will be taking over Green Lanterns with issue #50 in July The solicit[...]
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In this one, she is joined by artist Fernando Blanco. Green Lanterns #45 cover Green Lanterns #45 Jessica Cruz has let her past overtake her present after letting Singularity Jain tap into her nightmares Simon Baz enlists none other than John Constantine to help Jesse get through this crisis Also, I'd attribute this cover, but ComiXology and DC are[...]
The Titans are still split apart, and, with Arsenal pinned down by Cheshire and the Justice League overwhelmed by the Brain's machinations, it's up to Donna Troy to save the day. Is it a good read?
Cyborg was also left with none other than Deathstroke. Thankfully, the Green Lanterns are finally back on Earth, but will it be too late? Justice League #42 cover by David Yardin "Justice Lost" continues to be among the bleakest yet most compelling Justice League stories I've ever read With a focus on the brutality the League is witnessing[...]
However, this villain is known to be a master manipulator, and this will certainly be no simple arrest. Green Lanterns #44 cover by Will Conrad and Ivan Nunes Green Lanterns #44 gives me some mixed feelings I can certainly say that it is ultimately a good comic and even better than some of the most recent issues[...]
Sometimes it's just that simple, and Thanos built up this story well enough for this book to be a wall-to-wall cosmic smash-em-up celebration. Green Lanterns #43 cover by Will Conrad and Ivan Nunes Loss: Green Lanterns #43 Was Wildly Mediocre Green Lanterns was, for a long time, my favorite book of DC's Rebirth lineup Jessica Cruz and Simon[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Green Lanterns are locked in battle with the Order of the Steed in the Horsehead Nebula Jessica is trying to free Earth's heroes from the control of the Order, Simon Baz is fending off their Durlan enforcers, and Scrapps is fighting their leader, currently in the body of Night Pilot. Green Lanterns #43 cover[...]
The Justice League Watchtower has landed in the middle of a civil war in an African nation. Unsure how to act in this situation, things get worse when a warlord calling himself the Red Lion arrives. Is it a good read?
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Green Lanterns Jessica Cruz and Simon Baz have learned that the missing superheroes from the Caper app have been taken to the religious region that is the Horsehead Nebula As such, only converts and pilgrims may enter the area, and Simon and Jessica must pretend to be such if they hope to find the[...]
Batman and Catwoman must decide what Poison Ivy has done and how she accomplished this world takeover. Can they figure out how to break their hold? Is it a good read?
The two Justice League teams face more turmoil, as the town of Estes Park West falls into chaos. They are then transported back to the Watchtower by the Fans, and the satellite is falling out of orbit. Is it a good read?
Plus, Russel Dauterman and Matthew Wilson make it such a gorgeous book to boot. Green Lanterns #41 cover by Will Conrad and Ivan Nunes Loss: The Weakest Issue of Green Lanterns Yet with #41 While Green Lanterns #41 wasn't an outright bad comic book, it is by far the weakest chapter of Green Lanterns yet, and this is my personal favorite DC title of the moment[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Green Lanterns Jessica Cruz and Simon Baz have a lead on the disappearing superheroes and the off-world origins of the technology behind Caper That lead is Scrapps, the mercenary hired to protect the Earth HQ of Caper. This leads them to a crime-ridden world with no resident Green Lantern That planet is Garnet, but it's[...]
The Justice League continues to reel from the Fan's attack, and Cyborg must face a congressional inquiry. Meanwhile Batman and the JLA calls in the Justice League to answer a disaster in Este Park, Arkansas. Is it a good read?
They use Caper, a dating app for superheroes, which is currently at the center of the Inhuman Trafficking storyline in Green Lanterns No spoilers here, but spoilers here and here. For Valentine's Day, DC has released a faux advertisement for the fictional app, which shows a user swiping right or left on DC heroes… well, they use[...]