As not only the newest in a strong line of legacy characters but also arguably the most prominent Muslim hero in comics today, Green Lantern Simon Baz has a lot to live up to. Issue 13 kicks off the new hero’s adventures in the New 52. Is the book worth picking up? Dig deeper, dear reader, as Major Spoilers takes a look at GREEN LANTERN #13…
I sent the call out on Twitter for followers to share their favorite characters. Enter Razerbug and his love for Kyle Rayner. That sent me on a search for today’s Art Appreciation Moment of the Day and it turned up Adam Withers.
While there are many pieces of cool jewelry worn by heroes of the world, this week’s poll of the week wants to know which of the following you would prefer to wear. VOTE
Four-time Emmy Award winner Alan Burnett departs from a 17-year stint in the Batcave to establish intergalactic justice as the screenwriter for Green Lantern: First Flight, the next DC Universe animated original PG-13 movie coming to DVD on July 28, 2009. Burnett, who began his animation career at Hanna-Barbera Studios with Super Friends in 1981, has been the single most consistent active figure in bringing the Batmanâ€™s legacy to animation since 1991 â€“ when he began scripting episodes of Batman: The Animated Series, the EmmyÂ®-winning production widely considered a pivotal moment in American animation. Burnettâ€™s stellar talents have merited four
When an announced movie moves out of the script stage, and the rumors of who will star settle down, I actually start paying more attention to the press releases, when the director is finally attached.Â Such is the case with the Warner Bros. DC Comics Green Lantern movie, which has just announced Martin Campbell is in negotiations to helm the superhero flick. The emergence of Campbell, who also helmed two “Zorro” films and the 007 film “GoldenEye,” puts “Green Lantern” at the top of DC properties being set for movie treatment by WB. While the studio is hoping director Chris