Animated Miniseries Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles Heads to Machinima in 2015


In the first programming collaboration since Warner Bros.’ investment in Machinima earlier this year, it was announced today that Machinima has greenlit the new animated shortform series “Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles, from Bruce Timm and Alan Burnett (both producers on “Batman: The Animated Series”). The digital series is based on Justice League: Gods & Monsters, an original animated film executive produced by Timm and co-produced by Burnett that will be released by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment later in 2015. “Chronicles” will focus on alternate versions of Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman.

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REVIEW: Green Lantern New Guardians Futures End #1


For this reviewer this is the last Futures End tie-in thus ending DC’s latest gimmick month. Now the spotlight shifts to resident White Lantern, Kyle Rayner. Both Hal and John have gone to the extreme in either actions or personality. Heroes who have been raked through the mud with no other option but to become something they don’t recognize. So when you factor in Kyle’s recent trip into the Source Wall, it’ll be interesting to see what Kyle’s status in Futures End.

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REVIEW: Green Lantern Corps Futures End #1

One Futures End tie-in down, with another one right on it’s heel. With the focus centered on John this time around, it’ll be interesting to see what may happen to him five years from now, considering his recent traumatic break up with Fatality. Has John changed as a person? What other mixtures could cause John to veer to the Indigo Tribe? Which is even more dubious when you factor in how the Indigo Tribe “recruits” their members. Let’s see if Van Jensen can continue this magic train into the distant future!
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REVIEW: Earth 2 Futures End #1



No recap this time, but given the events of the Futures End weekly the Earth 2 heroes have a role to play. With many of them being held on a hidden island by Cadmus. Which could make this pivotal reading for readers who are curious enough to check this out. Even if this issue doesn’t match up with readers expectations of what’s in the book, the most important question should be is it a entertaining story? Given the limited amount of pages it’s not an easy task. So let’s see if this answers any questions on the status of Earth 2.
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REVIEW: Green Lantern Futures End #1


It’s that time again for the DC line to be taken over by the latest gimmick. This year it happens to center around the weekly series Futures End, which started back in May. The main series itself paints a gruesome end to the DCU, but with the spine of Futures End focusing on side characters, it only makes sense for some of these one shots to paint a larger picture. So why hasn’t Hal been featured at all, while other members of the Justice League have? What is Hal Jordan’s ultimate fate five years later. Let’s crack this open and find out.
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The Flash & Green Lantern: Brave And The Bold Going Out of Print Soon


Courtesy of BleedingCool, comes the news of a famed comics series being put to rest…again. Flash & Green Lantern: Brave and the Bold trade paperback will be going out of print soon. Now may be your last chance (for a long time) to read these stories from Mark Waid and Barry Kitson! Well, at least your last chance at a decent price. You may also want to consider the rumored Flash/Green Lantern team up movie that may or may not actually be in development. Not only would that drive up prices on a scarce book but it would at the very least drive demand of it. So, run to your nearest comic shop and snag it. Or be lazy and get it online. Either way, don’t miss out on some classic Mark Waid.

  • Green Lantern Corps #0

    Released Sept. 12th

  • Green Lantern: the Animated Series #6

    Released Sept. 12th

  • Green Lantern #0

    Released Sept. 5th

  • Green Lantern Annual #1

    Released Aug. 29th

  • Green Lantern: New Guardians #0

    Shipping Sept. 19th

  • Red Lanterns #0

    Shipping Sept. 26th

  • Green Lantern #13

    Shipping Oct. 3rd

  • Green Lantern Corps #13

    Shipping Oct. 10th