DC Comics has released this early look at Far Sector #4 that arrives in late February 2020.
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Tensions are higher than ever before on The City Enduring, and they keep rising. It may already be too far gone for one Green Lantern to actually help. Your Major Spoilers review of Far Sector #3 from DC Comics, awaits!
DC Comics was kind enough to send us this first look at Far Sector #3. The series is a 17+ mature readers book, so take the jump if you are mature enough.
Rookie Green Lantern Sojourner Mullein continues her murder investigation. Along the way she learns some lessons: welcome and unwelcome, about her new, strange home. Your Major Spoiler review of Far Sector #2 from DC Comics awaits.
In the furthest reaches in space, on an unknown planet, a delicate balance between three races is threatened, and only a rookie Green Lantern can hold it together. Your Major Spoilers review of Far Sector #1 from DC Comics awaits!
Far Sector #1 landed in stores this week, but DC is taking us into the future with this first look at Far Sector #2 from N.K. Jemisin and Jamal Campbell.
DC is expanding its Green Lantern lineup with Far Sector featuring Green Lantern Sojourner “Jo” Mullein’s adventures on the other side of the universe. The publisher sent Major Spoilers a first look at Far Sector #1 from N.K. Jemisin and Jamal Campbell.
New to her superpowers, Naomi is thrust into the action and portalled to her home world. What will she find there, and just how powerful is she? Find out in Naomi #6!
Naomi finally discovers the secret of who she is, and her life suddenly becomes a lot more complicated. Check out our review of Naomi #5 from DC Comics.
Naomi is young and determined to find out more about who she is – but she may have found more than she bargained for in Naomi #3 from DC Comics.
The mysteries of Naomi’s adoption deepen, but what does Superman have to do with it all? Your Major Spoilers review of Naomi #2 awaits!
Superman fights a villain in Naomi’s hometown – an unheard of event for them, or is it? What aren’t people telling her?
Yesterday, at the New York Comic Con, Brian Michael Bendis took the stage during DC’s Meet the Publishers panel to announce the first details of his Wonder Comics curated line of teen-focused, in-continuity comic books that will arrive in early 2019.