REVIEW: Green Lantern Corps: Edge of Oblivion #5

It’s really a shame that after reading the first four issues of Edge of Oblivion I wasn’t really impressed with what Taylor brought to the table. Given his pedigree as a writer, a certain set of expectation was placed into my mind when this book was announced at NYCC last fall. After rereading the past four issues, this is definitely a superior story in comparison to Lost Army, but I let my own personal expectations so high that this book couldn’t possibly live up to them. Either way let’s what Taylor and Ardian Syaf have in store for the penultimate chapter of Edge of Oblivion.
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REVIEW: Green Lantern #52


It’s finally time for the era of the New 52 to come to an end. Can you believe it’s been nearly five years since DC relaunched their entire. While this won’t be a discussion on the events of Green Lantern from 2011 to now, but more so how far Venditti has come since taking over the book three years ago. While he isn’t departing once Rebirth starts, it’s clear that despite editorial changes there is a through line within his run. Now with another cosmic shift on the way, let’s see how Venditti chooses to end this chapter of Renegade Hal Jordan.

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Rumor: George Miller Wanted for “Green Lantern Corps” Movie


Fresh off the rumor that we’ll be getting three Earth lanterns in the upcoming (2020 is so far away!) GLC movie, comes the word that Warner Bros. has a director in mind. You may know him as the guy who was supposed to helm the original “Justice League” film that was scrapped years ago or maybe as the guy who directed the critical and commercial hit that was “Mad Max: Fury Road”. He is George Miller and he’s quite the SFX guru.


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REVIEW: The Omega Men #11

Can you believe it ladies and gentlemen? The time of The Omega Men is nearly over, but before anyone can write any eulogies to this beloved series both Tom King and Barnaby Bagneda have their penultimate issue before their grand finale. Despite the last issue taking a slight dip in quality, the hits for this series have been more frequent then their misses. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, I’m extremely glad I didn’t stop reading this series when I wanted to. Now if only the Eisner’s didn’t snub this series I wouldn’t have had to reiterate my points again. Click here to read the full article.


REVIEW: Justice League #49


FINALLY ANOTHER ISSUE OF JUSTICE LEAGUE HAS COME OUT! This isn’t a complaint on the delays of the series has had (even though there have been slight delays). This more on a comment on how long this actual seems to be taking. I’ve made note of this in past reviews that for “event” level stories Geoff Johns tends to overstay his welcome. So now that the penultimate issue of Darkseid War is upon us, will all those issues actually mean something or will it be considered filler when the dust finally settles.
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  • Green Lantern Corps #35

    Released Oct. 8th

  • Green Lantern #35

    Released Oct. 1st

  • New Gods Godhead #1

    Released Oct. 1st

  • Sinestro: Future's End #1

    Released Sept. 24th

  • Green Lantern: New Guardians #35

    Shipping Oct. 15th

  • Red Lanterns #35

    Shipping Oct. 22nd

  • Sinestro #6

    Shipping Oct. 29th

  • Green Lantern #36

    Shipping Nov. 5th

Releases updated Oct. 8, 2014