In Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #47, Robert Venditti joins with Arttist Fernando Pasarin to finally get down to the climax of the ‘Darkstars Rising’ arc. Spoilers ahead!
I tried to think of something deep to put into this introduction, but honestly I have zilch. What honestly shocked me as I opened my copy of Green Lanterns #49 was that Tim Seeley did not write this issue at all. At first I thought it was a error, but much to my surprise this issue had a completely different creative team. I’m not sure exactly why Seeley didn’t write the second part of this arc. This should a interesting read. Warning the following review will contain spoilers. You have been warned.
Oooh, do you know what today is? Nope, it’s not our anniversary. Good news though, its solicitation day. That oh so special day of the month where we get a glimpse of the future of Green Lantern related titles. Let’s have a look, shall we?
Temptation is a constant in human history. Whether it’s the story of Jesus or that time your weird neighbor told you that he almost signed into a timeshare. Even in the world of superheroes, temptation lingers. Even though superheroes are meant to be ideal versions of ourselves, but even our ideal versions contain dark secrets. Warning the following review will contain spoilers, so be sure to read your comic before continuing on. You have been warned.
The last couple… well, hell, few years… there has been a discerned drop in Green Lantern fandom. We’ve felt it. Have you? The Diamond sales have felt it. We feel you. No, really, we do. Well, what has it been to you? Let’s talk about it.
Current DC Entertainment publisher Jim Lee will assume the chief creative officer position that Geoff Johns has now left, taking on the duties while continuing to act as publisher with Dan DiDio. The two have jointly held the post since 2010. Johns will now become a content producer, launching his own production house, Mad Ghost Productions. So look forward to seeing that alongside many future DC Comics adaptations. Geoff Johns will next write and produce “Green Lantern Corps,” and fans will remember Geoff also co-produced 2011’s “Green Lantern.”
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Number one issues are always a delight…on paper. Hopes are high and fans are rejuvenated with thoughts gone wild of their favorite characters getting a creative refresh. That’s what Scott Snyder and Jim Cheung aim to do with Justice League #1. Take the world’s most recognizable heroes and make them fresh for the post Rebirth era of DC Comics. Here’s hoping for the greatest story ever told. Spoilers ahoy.
We’ve all done something we regret. If you haven’t done something you haven’t regretted doing, you aren’t living. However just like with anything there are certain choices that we’ll regret without even remembering we made those choices. It’s a dark rabbit hole to follow but plenty of us have been there. Next thing you know, you find yourself in a situation that you don’t remember putting yourself in and you regret everything that you’ve ever done. Life comes at you fast. Warning the following review will contain spoilers. So remember to read your comic before reading on, You have been warned.
Possible leaks suggest that Jessica Cruz and Simon Baz may, in fact, be the Lanterns starring in the “Lethal Weapon-like” film, “Green Lantern Corps” (which, if true, smell strongly of the involvement of Geoff Johns). The leaks suggest they are in search of Hal Jordan, who has been missing since the events of the Justice League movie: