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Teen Lantern Arrives with New YOUNG JUSTICE Series from Bendis


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Breaking news out of New York Comic Con. Writer Brian Michael Bendis announces that he’ll spearhead a new imprint at the company called Wonder Comics. Within that, he’ll be writing a new Young Justice series. On top of that of that, he’ll be introducing a Teen Lantern too! The series launches in January. Hit the jump for the first promo image.

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DC Comics Primal Age Green Lantern Figure by Funko

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Amazon has posted up product pages for a new series of figures from Funko. They are producing a series of DC Comics Primal Age 5.5″ Scale Figures, much like their Savage World figures. The figures are priced at $11.99 each. Not only with they be releasing figures, but they will also have a full Masters of the Universe style Batcave Playset! Hit the jump for the full list of characters.

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REVIEW: Green Lanterns #56

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Cyborg Superman has control of Oa, The Green Lanterns are held in captivity, and Mogo is seemingly incapacitated. things are not looking good for The Green Lantern Corps. With only two issues remaining before this series comes to a close, the reader is left wondering how will it all wrap up. Warning the following review will contain spoilers, so remember to read your comic before reading this review. You have been warned.

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REVIEW: Heroes In Crisis #1

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Ever read a story where your not sure if you should have expectations? You might be familiar with the creative team, you might have even enjoyed their work in the past. Then you hear the premise of their new comic and you’re not sure what to think. Before reading Heroes In Crisis number one, that was my thought process. I’m sure that this series will be heart wrenching in a multitude of ways, but I do enjoy not knowing exactly what I’m getting into it’s exciting. Warning the following review will have spoilers so if you don’t want to be spoiled, read your comic before continuing on. You have been warned.

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REVIEW: Justice League Odyssey #1

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Are you ready for an adventure cosmic adventure? Are you ready to fly into a sector of space where you might question the vary nature of our reality? Are you ready…to bow to Darkseid? I can’t help but be super excited about this latest Justice League book. My expectations are set to high, and I’m hoping that Joshua Williamson and Stjepan Sejic exceed them. As always remember there will be spoilers, so be sure to read your comic before reading this review. You have been warned.

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“Heroes In Crisis” Series is Expanding to Nine Issues

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Beginning September 26, Eisner Award-winner Tom King’s new limited series, HEROES IN CRISIS, introduces a new generation of readers to the concept of a “Crisis” within the DC Universe. This time, instead of a reality-ending event, this crisis is ripped from real-world headlines: How do superheroes handle PTSD? How do DC’s Trinity—Batman, Wonder Woman and Superman—handle the traumas and anxieties of fighting crime and saving the world, over and over again? And what happens when the safeguards that have been in place for years, fail?

First announced as a seven-issue series by Tom King and artist Clay Mann, HEROES IN CRISIS now expands to nine issues, with King collaborators Lee Weeks and Mitch Gerads providing art for the added issues. These issues will provide added insight into King and Mann’s epic tale, with Weeks (BATMAN/ELMER FUDD) handling art duties for issue #3 and Eisner award-winning Gerads (MISTER MIRACLE) providing art for issue #7.

HEROES IN CRISIS #1, written by Tom King, art by Clay Mann and Tomeu Morey, lettered by Clayton Cowles and edited by Jamie S. Rich and Brittany Holzherr, hits shelves September 26.

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REVIEW: Justice League #8

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Who wants to read about the boring Justice League? Nothing but a buncha whiny do gooders, who want “justice” for all. Sounds boring if you ask me. Do you know what the cool kids like? The cool kids like Injustice (no not the hit video game), the cool kids like….Doom (also not the hit video game). So pull up a chair, and let sound of evil ring in. There will be spoilers, but do you really care about spoilers? Enter Doom.

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REVIEW: Green Lanterns #55

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I was pretty harsh with my last review of Green Lanterns, a series that like most has its up and down moments. Not every comic can be perfect, not every comic can be ground breaking. Despite my negativity I want to at least have some silver lining before this series goes the way of the dodo. As always be sure to read your comics before reading this review, unless you want your share of spoilers. You have been warned.

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