DC Comics has a new season of The Green Lantern headed our way, and we have a first look at The Green Lantern: Season Two #1 that lands in stores on February 12, 2020.
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DC Comics has released a first look at some of the interior pages for the upcoming Wonder Woman #750, that features the story and artwork from what seems like thousands of writers and artists.
Green Lantern: Blackstars #1 dropped in stores yesterday, and you can read that review right now, and after that, take the jump for a sneak peek of Green Lantern: Blackstars #2 from DC Comics.
DC Comics has released this sneak peek of Green Lantern: Blackstars #1 from Grant Morrison and Xermanico, ahead of the November release.
Hal Jordan versus Hall Jordan, with the fate of the multiverse in the balance! Your Major Spoilers review of The Green Lantern #12 awaits!
Hal Jordan’s quest for the cosmic grail comes to an end here. But, can he and the other Green Lanterns of The Multiverse survive the journey? And is what they search for truly what they hope it to be. Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Friend versus friend in a battle… to the DEATH! Your Major Spoilers review of The Green Lantern #6 awaits!
This week, we visit the Grass Kingdom and meet the Grass Kings! We also review The Green Lantern #4, Die #3, Sword Daughter #6, and The Bundy Tapes on Netflix. Plus, creepy fast food mascots!
The Earth has been planet-napped! But the space police of the Green Lantern Corps are on the case… Your Major Spoilers review of Green Lantern #3 awaits!
Pikachu talks! Grant Morrison takes on Green Lantern #1, Rodrigo likes J.T. Krul, Marvel Knights happened… and… Hey, Kids Comics! Plus, some thoughts on Stan Lee.
It’s Episode 341 of the Wayne’s Comics Podcast, and this week we continue our series of episodes featuring interviews from this year’s San Diego Comic Con, which took place from July 19 through the 22nd!
DC Comics made a number of announcements at the San Diego Comic-Con, including a new Shazam series from Geoff Johns.
The 11th Annual Inkwell Awards were announced at the Heroes Convention this past weekend, and we have a rundown of the winners, after the jump.
The Amazing Amazon and the Dark Knight Detective are forced to operate in a world of Celtic mythology. One of them finds it easier than another, for reasons that should probably be obvious… Your Major Spoilers review of The Brave and The Bold: Batman and Wonder Woman #2 awaits!