Some of the Green Lantern Corps greatest members are thrown into unknown space, but the real threat may be one of their own party: The renegade Guardian Of The Universe called Krona! Your Major Spoilers review of Green Lantern: The Lost Army #1 awaits!
News broke earlier this week that Joshua Hale Fialkov would be leaving “Green Lantern Corps” and “Red Lanterns” but the writer has spoken and it has led to speculation by some on the Internet on the nature of his departure.
Or – “It Takes A Real Man To Be A Superhero AND Host The Daily Show!” In a way, it’s kind of astonishing that in an industry that started in the mid-1930s, there were virtually no superheroes of color until the 1970s. Though today’s Hero History entrant wasn’t the first black superhero (that place is held by The Black Panther, circa 1966) nor the first African-American character to headline his own book (that honor goes to Dell Comics’ Lobo, a cowboy type who will probably make for a fine Retro Review soon enough), but John Stewart predates either Luke Cage
With four Green Lanterns coming from our planet, and 7200 GL’s across the universe, there are plenty of stories to be told. So, who gets to take center stage for this run? Find out after the jump…
Time for everyone to take sides If the Sinestro Corps War was the sleeper hit for DC last year, then Superman: New Krypton should be the hit for 2009 (although I think we all know that title will fall to Blackest Night).Â Here Superman must decide what is best for is adopted home; stand with his fellow Kryptonians, or fight for what is right.Â It seemed like Kal-El would stand with his fellow Kryptonians early in the series, but a single act of aggression has Kal firmly on the side of Earth.Â Too bad there are 100,000 Kryptonians ready to
I’m surprised this comic wasn’t done sooner as Andrew Cosby is a co-creator of the Eureka television series on the Sci-Fi Channel, and co-founder of Boom! Studios. EUREKA #1 ships December 2008 with 2 covers in a 50/50 split with a 1 in 10 variant. The comic is written by EUREKA co-creator Andrew Cosby and Brendan Hay, who is best known for his work on THE DAILY SHOW WITH JOHN STEWART, THE SIMPSONS and FRANK TV. Interior art is by Diego Barreto with cover art by J.K. Woodward. EUREKA# 1 has a Diamond Order Code: OCT083922. Take the jump for
And here’s part two. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aFQ3UjeLcRE[/youtube] Starring: Dan Johnson – GL John Stewart Lex Randleman – Mister Terrific Chris Cowan – Cyborg Lauren Parkinson – Donna Troy Brittany Jones – Raven Shot by: Steve Murray Chris Cowan Directed by: Chris Cowan Written by: Lex Randleman Edited/FX by: Chris Cowan