When Warner Bros. allowed DC to access its Hanna Barbera properties, only a select few knew it would lead to the superheroes meeting the cartoon characters. It sounds a little crazy, but then again, nothing is crazier than the Suicide Squad Banana Splits Special #1.
The forces of Electropolis have attacked (and possibly killed) neophyte Green Lantern Kyle Rayner. Now, Hal “Parallax” Jordan has blood in his eye and no compunction about using his massive stolen powers to destroy them in retaliation. Is this the end of the Green Lantern? Your Major Spoilers review of Convergence: Green Lantern/Parallax #2 awaits!
I hope you’re ready for a “super” interview this week because I’m chatting with Supergirl scripter Tony Bedard! We chat about how he approaches the character as well as discussing his time working with Geoff Johns on Team Green Lantern, his ability to pick up characters developed by other creators and how much he enjoys developing his own comics and the characters that live there! Don’t miss my fun chat with Mr. Bedard! As always, next week I’ll have another great interview with a comics creator, so be sure to listen in!
Another week, another set of zero issues from DC Comics. Blue Beetle, a somewhat underappreciated and lesser known DC title, tries its hand at what has been an underwhelming attempt to get more people on board with the New 52. Here is your Major Spoilers review!
Or – “I’m Just Hoping It’s Not Twilight With Swords…” I’ve been excitedly waiting for this issue ever since they announced that Amethyst was returning to comics, even if it was without Ernie Colón. With the additional revival of minor 70’s swordsman Beowulf, I have hopes that this book won’t disappear like O.M.A.C. or Static did. Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
DC Comics has announced that immediately following the War of the Green Lanterns, the company will launch the first chapter of War of the Green Lanterns: Aftermath. Wow… didn’t see that coming… The two-part event will be written by Tony Bedard, with art by Miguel Sepulveda. GREEN LANTERN CORPS writer Tony Bedard explores the shocking consequences the war had on the Corps and its central members. War of the Green Lanterns: Aftermath lands in stores in July. via The Source
After their appearance in 52, the Great Ten have been scarce, showing up occasionally in Checkmate, but otherwise keeping their hero antics in their home country.Â In November DC Comics will release a 10-issue mini-series putting the Great Ten in the spotlight. Take the jump for the full, spectacular cover by Stanley “Artgerm” Lau and more info on the series.