Green Lantern Corps
Worlds will rise, a universe will fall, and at the end of it all, the Green Lantern Corps remains! Will the end of the universe deter the Green Lantern Corps? Will the sudden appearance of the Last City give them hope? Major Spoilers reviews Green Lantern Corps: Edge of Oblivion #1 from DC Comics.
The six-issue mini-series, Green Lantern Corps: Edge of Oblivion kicks off January 13, 2016, but we have your sneak peek right now, thanks to DC Comics.
Of all the Star Trek comics crossovers, this one was the most unexpected to me. Granted, the time has come when special effects could make this happen on TV or in the movie theater. Still, I was really surprised when this team-up of Star Trek and Green Lantern was announced. Based on how others have reacted, I’m not alone!
DC Entertainment let us know that artist Ethan Van Sciver will take on the art duties for the upcoming Green Lantern Corps: Edge of Oblivion.
The new Dice Masters are here! The new Dice Masters are here! Stephen opens up the brand new DC Comics War of Light Dice Masters collection from WizKids that includes all the usual suspects.
Youtuber Alex Luthor has cut together a fan trailer for the upcoming Green Lantern Corps movie from Warner Bros. playing to the fan favourite casting for Jon Stewart – Idris Elba. Garrett Hedlund stars alongside as character it seems safe to guess is Hal Jordan. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HwmXG71KaNM
During the Warner Bros panel it was announced that the previously titled Green Lantern movie will, in fact, be a Green Lantern Corps movie and feature a variety of characters from the galactic DC Universe. A photo was shown during the panel of the corps, although no specific characters were named and no casting announcements were forthcoming. It seems that Green Lantern Corps will keep it’s previously announced release date (June 19th, 2020), for the time being. Which Lanterns are you hoping to see featured in this new movie? Let us know in the comment section below!
As much as I rail against “event” comics, there are a few that come along that I actually do enjoy, as hard as it is to believe it! And those mostly have been when Star Trek has encountered other sci-fi franchises!
Guardians of the Galaxy from Marvel Studios was the top movie at the box office this weekend. That makes four weeks (though not all together) that the film has been ruling theaters in the U.S. It’s now the top film of the year (so far) and is heading towards collecting $300 million in the States alone. When you add in the rest of the world, it’s made nearly $600 million. Not bad for a film many of us were pretty sure would be the first disappointment from Marvel. With Guardians doing so well, one has to wonder if cosmic/galactic stories
To many writers in comics today, villains are the most interesting people, as Bugs Bunny likes to say. In the past, I’ve talked about how the Joker has his own set of fans, not to mention Luthor. Well, one of the comics creators who can successfully understand the minds of villains in both the Marvel and DC universes is Cullen Bunn, who recently started up his Magneto series with the House of Ideas, and is now giving DC their own baddie-centric comic!
Press Release Project: Rooftop is proud to announce their next redesign contest, spotlighting on the DC Entertainment hero Green Lantern. Originally created back in 1940 by John Broome, Gil Kane, Bill Finger and Martin Nodell, Green Lantern has become one of the biggest super-heroes in comic books. And now Project: Rooftop is putting out the call for artists around the world to submit their own renditions of the hero to be spotlighted on Project: Rooftop’s website and be reviewed by the P:R staff as well as long-time Green Lantern writer Ron Marz and in-demand artist/designer James White.