REVIEW: Green Lantern #35



What an opening for Godhead right? If that previous chapter was any indication, then the Green Lanterns are outclassed in every single way. In a way this paints the story into a bit of a corner, but it also can make the reader wonder how exactly this “war” will play out. When you factor in the drastic choices Hal has had to make, what is going to have to do with an enemy like the New Gods? Let’s not waste any light with part 2 right of Godhead.

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REVIEW: Green Lantern/New Gods Godhead #1


Jack “King” Kirby, a name synonymous with super hero comics greatest icons. Namely from the Marvelous side of things, but as many know he did create magic for DC, the most famous being the New Gods. The New Gods are a peculiar bunch, with many recognizing the figures but few understanding their actual origins. They have there share of the spotlight, namely from Grant Morrison and Jim Starlin in recent memory but this the first real use of the New Gods in the New 52. It’s the start of a long three month crossover so let’s buckle in and start the show already.
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REVIEW: The Multiversity Society of Super-Heroes


Morrison is back again and this time with an all new Earth to explore, filled with wonders and mysteries. Lucky for this site, a Green Lantern actually appears in this issue so kudos to Morrison there. After the zany epic that was the opening salvo, one must wonder what will come out next Especially since the golden rule with a Grant Morrison story is to expect the unexpected. What awaits readers as they follow the brief adventures of Doc Fate and the SOS? Enough of the chit chat it’s time to break down this story!
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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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