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.
Oh boy here we go indeed. I know this isn’t a regular Green Lantern comic, but this is something special. Green Lanterns will be in it, and the best part it’s the Green Lantern of the Multiverse! I will go ahead and put this out there that I am a huge fan of Grant Morrison. I have read and enjoyed most of his work over the years so some might see these reviews as biased. These reviews will be done with an honest opinion, even I don’t always enjoy what Morrison does in superhero comics. So with that being said, let’s get meta physical!
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It’s that time again to dive into what has become everyone’s favorite horror comic! While I jest I’m only half kidding as New Guardians has seemingly transformed into a book that has me looking behind to see if someone is following me. However after last month’s revelations, the fear has shifted into pity. One could say that a person’s biggest fear is regret or feeling hopeless in a given situation. So take that and see if it applies to an immortal being. An immortal being who’s previous incarnations felt that emotions were weak. What if a Guardian could cry?
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The end of the year is coming, so let us be thankful for all these upcoming books in November. Awesome covers below.
Stop and look at yourself one second. Yes the individual who stumbled onto this review (thanks for reading) and think to a moment in your life where you had something great. Then you find out it was all a lie, your dream turns into a nightmare so quick that any good seems unfathomable. This is what has happened to John Stewart after last months revelation. While Hal got a relaxing visit from his family, John has to deal with the ramifications of a dream gone by. Let’s just open page one and see what in store for John. Spoilers ahead if you haven’t read last months GLC. You’ve been warned.
The war is over and now we can all relax right? The Green Lantern Corps stopped the Durlans plot and I’m sure they have nothing to worry about anymore……..nope…..nothing…. Oh who am I kidding, this is comics and the next big threat is right around the corner no matter what superhero you are. However everyone needs a small break in between huge events otherwise they might collapse from sheer exhaustion. Which leads us to ask, what does Venditti have planned for Hal Jordan before Future’s End takes over next month? Let’s all grab our cameras and take a selfie, while also diving into the issue itself.
Well that was a crazy 25th issue wasn’t it? Taylor continues to raise the stakes higher and higher for the Wonders of Earth 2, leaving only a sliver a hope to remain. This appears to be the conclusion to that really stems back to issue one. One can’t deny that this feels like the closing of a chapter to a gigantic book with an even bigger adventure waiting on the horizon. So what exactly does Taylor have planned for this issue? What magnificent art does Nicola Scott have up her sleeve, with this being her final issue on the series? Grab your popcorn and let’s finish this bad boy!.
Warner Bros. has moved up the release date of “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” from May 6, 2016 to March 25, 2016, as reported Wednesday by Variety. Along with that announcement, Deadline reports that WB has a slate of 9 films that could be all or majority (we’re thinking two of these could potentially be the new JK Rowling Potter franchise), DC Comics based. Check below for the lineup, including where rumored Aquaman and Wonder Woman movies may fall.