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So we already know for sure that Green Lantern Corps will be/is being written by Justin Rhodes (Fantastic Voyage) and David Goyer (Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, Man of Steel). Now comes an offhand comment on a podcast by TheWrap.com writer Jeff Sneider saying that Goyer might pull a Simon Kinberg and want to take the reigns of the camera into his hands, in addition to his producer role as well. Hit the jump for quote and bring your grain of salt with you.
Welcome to a new weekly feature here at TheGreenLanternCorps.com! Just to kill some of that time you have on the internet, here’s a jigsaw puzzle of a Green Lantern cover or page for you to figure out. This week’s final result is the Green Lanterns #18 variant cover by Emanuela Lupacchino. Good luck lantern fans!
Starting today, March 3, DC Kids will provide family-friendly content geared toward young super hero fans! The YouTube original series will include fan-favorites such as DC Super Hero Girls, Teen Titans Go!, and Justice League Action, as well as interviews from the red carpet, exclusive access to San Diego Comic-Con, behind-the-scenes at Warner Bros. Animation, and even grand openings of DC theme park rides and attractions. Episodes will also feature unboxings and demos of the latest DC toys and products, as well as Super Hero-themed DIY crafts, hacks, activities, and even challenges that will let viewers get in on all the fun.
Hit the jump for more information, including the intro to the premiere episode and the details on the Justice League Action: Run mobile app.
A little later in the week than usual but as a great mind once said, “Never on schedule but always on time.” Lets take that opinion when dealing with the latest Green Lantern solicitations! Check them out below and enjoy the future.
In the latest issue of The Death of Hawkman, written by Marc Andreyko and drawn by Aaron Lopresti, we see the lost of a lantern who’s been through a lot and has been a signature player in the Green Lantern Corps. Isamot Kol. We’ll choose to celebrate his replacement in Rayn Kral of Thanagar. Check out his debut as a Green Lantern below and pick up the final issue of Death of Hawkman on sale March 1st.
Ask most Green Lantern readers in the last five ye–scratch that, the last freaking decade and they’ll tell you the two creators synonymous with the brand are Geoff Johns and Ethan Van Sciver. No other duo has a made mark on the series than they did way back in 2006. They started this Rebirth with Green Lantern: Rebirth and now the legacy they left on the franchise has become the newest DC Comics initiative for all titles. That’s quite a standard to align your entire publishing line on, but damn if it doesn’t give me goosebumps just thinking about so many comics being that damn good. So who would DC put to the task of recreating that magic from what seems like so long ago? Who? Well, just a guy who was tapped to replace Geoff Johns when he departed the title, in Robert Venditti and one of the biggest artists in comics…Ethan Van Sciver! Below, I’ll give you my take on the first volume of this historic series and whether or not it shines as bright as the legacy it follows! Click here to read the full article.