As DC moves more of it’s comics to the digital-day-and-date-release, it is also slowly increase the number of “digital combo packs.” These combos are print editions of comics with a redemption code inside to get a copy of the digital edition for “free.”
I like it when artists challenge themselves to do an original sketch a day. For some it might be a commission, for others it is a warm up. Whatever the reason, I’m more than happy to see what they are serving up. Today, it’s Gene Gonzales and his take on Hal Jordan.
As 2011 comes to an end, and another long holiday weekend is upon us, why not kick back and watch a superhero movie or two? The Green Lantern Extended Cut movie is available on Blu-Ray that gives us more backstory on the characters.
Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Kirby: Genesis – Captain Victory #2, Red Sonja #61, George R. R. Martin’s A Game of Thrones #4, Warlord of Mars #14, Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time: The Eye of the World #18, and more, that you can check out, after the jump.
We knew last summer that LEGO and Warner Bros. had teamed for a new line of DC Comics Superhero LEGOs and now the first sets are available for order, and some LEGO fan is going to be super excited come gift giving morn.
With the relaunch/reboot/re-imagining the occurred with DC Comics’ New 52, the one thing many didn’t see coming (unless they watched Green Lantern movie) was Sinestro becoming a Green Lantern again. DC Direct steps up for the Green Lantern fan in your life with an action figure ready just in time for gift giving.
This weekend, at the New York Comic Con, fans had a chance to get a first look at the upcoming Green Lantern: The Animated Series. Several of the Major Spoilers Twitter Nation were at the show and let us know they enjoyed it quite a bit. Warner Bros. has released a sneak peek of the first episode that you can check out after the jump.
If you’ve been curious about the upcoming Green Lantern: The Animated Series show on the Cartoon Network, and if you are planning to attend the New York Comic Con, then Warner Bros. has a panel for you.
I haven’t read a Green Lantern title since Kyle Rayner had the ring and Hal Jordan was as dead as Barry Allen and Bucky Barnes put together. Does this re-introduction to Green Lantern have me swearing an oath to read it every month or swearing off comics for good?