There are a lot of screaming faces on the cover of Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #2. Why? Perhaps the sneak peek offers a hint.
The Star Trek/Green Lantern and Batman/TMNT crossover events with IDW Publishing and DC Entertainment were fun times for everyone, and the two companies have announced plans to continue the collaboration that feature more Star Trek, Green Lanterns, and animated adventures of Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
For the longest time Hal Jordan has been the leading Green Lantern for Earth and Sector 2814. Now it’s time for a new Lantern to take his place while he’s gone. In fact, two Green Lanterns will be working together in his absence: Jessica Cruz and Simon Baz. Not familiar with those two? Luckily Green Lantern: Rebirth #1 is the start to a brand new Green Lantern series and Major Spoilers has your review after the jump!
If you are building up your 1/6th scale Justice League collection, you’re gonna need a Green Lantern. And since Hal Jordan is the greatest of all the Lanterns (according to my close friend), Sideshow Collectibles is at the call to fill that hole in your lineup.
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!
With the Green Lantern Corps gone, Hal Jordan is the only will-power-based warrior left in the universe. So, who’s been murdering Yellow Lanterns in deep space? And what’s up in Coast City? Your Major Spoilers review of Green Lantern #47 awaits!