New York Comic Con is quickly approaching, which means all the publishers are going to start pushing out what they will be offering. This time around it’s DC Collectibles giving us a glimpse of what will be available to the attendees.
Simon Baz officially made his appearance this week in Green Lantern #0 and it seems that DC is betting on him being a popular character for they have announced he will soon have his own figure. Take the jump for the first image!
Guardians are flying, Hal Jordan’s crying. Face smashing, lantern crashing, Sinestro bashing, event cashing Green Lantern Annual this is! Major Spoilers not only brings you bad Darryl Dawkins riffs, but a review of Green Lantern Annual #1 awaits you after the jump!
Black Hand is back as Sinestro and Hal Jordan come face to face with the undead villain one more time. The dead are coming back to life, and it’s up to the two of them to put a stop to it. Does this issue come alive, or is it buried six feet under? Hit the jump to find out!
Following the reveal of Kotobukiya’s New 52 Superman statue, the company has announced that Green Lantern is getting the ARTFX+ treatment as well.
Though we were busy meeting new friends, and old fans at Nerdtacular 2012, that didn’t stop us from combing through the list of new comics coming out this week, and giving you a list of ten books you should read this week.
Or – “Jay Garrick Vs. The New York Subway System!” Why is The Flash fighting a wave of chihuahuas? What’s the deal with Earth-2? Has anybody heard something about Green Lantern? All these questions and more are addressed in our Major Spoilers review of Earth-2 numero dos!
With today’s announcement that Alan Scott of Earth-2 is the new gay characters, James Robinson said other gay characters will appear in DC Comics. “There is another character down the line, but that character won’t be appearing for some time, so it’s probably a bit too early to talk about that, but this book will definitely have a diverse cast. Alan Scott won’t be the only gay character in Earth 2, I promise you that.” Who will it be? Does it matter? via The Advocate
The mystery is over, DC Comics has announced that Alan Scott, the Green Lantern (and only Green Lantern) of Earth 2, is the gay character that was first hinted at at KAPOW! a few weeks ago.
Or – “Intergalactic! Planetary! Planetary, Intergalactic!” I’m fascinated by how DC has handled their relaunched properties. Now that the heroes have half a year’s issues or so under their belt, we’re starting to see crossovers occurring between titles that actually MAKE SENSE crossing over. But, the question becomes, are the stories they’re telling advancing our characters, or just cross-pollinating the new world order?