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Green Lantern #20

New Lanterns Being Lit

Earlier today, it was announced that Geoff Johns, the guy responsible for bringing Hal Jordan back to the DC universe, will be leaving the flagship title with issue #20. On DC’s blog, Johns put it quite succinctly: [quote]So here’s the [...]

February 11, 2013 News, Reviews
Geoff Johns to step down as green lantern writer

Geoff Johns to Step Down as Green Lantern Writer

After nearly 10 years of writing for DC Comics Green Lantern, writer Geoff Johns has announced that he will be ending his run in May. Johns told The Huffington Post his decision to step down as scribe for Green Lantern [...]

February 11, 2013 News, Reviews
Supurbia Gossip

Supurbia Gossip: Twilight is gay, and no one Cares!

Gio Taviani, aka Agent Twilight, recently “came out” as a homosexual in the pages of Grace Randolph’s Supurbia. The thing about it though, is that there is no “thing,” and no one seems to care. Both the worlds of comic [...]

February 7, 2013 Features
Rise of the Third Army - No More Lanterns

Rise of the Third Army – Green Lantern #14

When last we left new Green Lantern Simon Baz, he had been knocked through the sky and crashed into a rooftop in Detroit. Who had knocked him for a loop, you may ask? Well, the Justice League, who are investigating [...]

January 2, 2013 Reviews
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Rise of the Third Army – Green Lantern #13

Not only is this issue of Green Lantern a tie-in to the Rise of the Third Army story arc going on across the Green Lantern family, but it also begins to give some more depth to the newest ring-slinger from Earth, Simon [...]

December 19, 2012 Reviews
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Review: Rise of the Third Army – Green Lantern New Guardians #13

Another book in the Rise of the Third Army story arc is the book about Kyle Rayner, Green Lantern New Guardians. Over the last year, Lantern Rayner has been working with members of the entire spectrum of Lanterns, and recently [...]

November 23, 2012 Reviews
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Review: Rise of the Third Army – Green Lantern #0

Although already covered by ComicBooked.com, and although there is no direct mention of the Rise of the Third Army as part of its story arc, we cannot talk about this Lantern-based crossover without mentioning the 0 issue of Green Lantern. [...]

November 18, 2012 Reviews
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Review: Rise of the Third Army – Green Lantern Annual #1

Over the last year of the New 52, we’ve seen the Guardians of the Universe act somewhat differently than we had in the previous DCU. They seem a little crueler, but also more focused, as if they are somewhat re-establishing what they [...]

November 16, 2012 Reviews
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Rise of the Third Army: An Introduction

With the launch of DC’s New 52 in August 2011, there was a lot of discussion over what existed from the old DCU to the new version of things. Now that the first year is over, several story arcs have [...]

November 14, 2012 Reviews
DC Comics, Cartoon Network, Invader Zim, Phineas and Ferb, DC Nation, Thundercats, Green Lantern, Young Justice, Warner Bros., Disney XD, Nickelodeon, Ben 10, Dragons, Star Wars,

Comics Portal: Ya Done Me Wrong, Cartoon Network!

One of the things I always enjoy on my weekends is the bevy of comics-related cartoons to be found therein! So, after watching Ben 10: Omniverse and Star Wars: The Clone Wars on my TiVo last weekend, I settled in [...]

October 15, 2012 Features, Reviews
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Review: Green Lantern Corps #13

“The Rise of the Third Army” is officially underway, and Peter J. Tomasi is still kicking butt and taking names in Green Lantern Corps #13. As their weird, will-less white zombies begin taking over the universe one poor bastard at a time, [...]

October 14, 2012 Reviews
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Bullet Reviews #78

TUESDAY! Yeah, this has become the primer for New Comics Day, Wednesday. Each week we take a look at a sampling of recently released books from various publishers and give some quick thoughts. This week we look at: Amazing Spider-Man [...]

October 9, 2012 Reviews
DC Comics, New 52, Wayne Hall, Batman, Detective Comics, Penguin, Oswald Cobblepott, Gregg Hurwitz, Green Lantern, Earth 2, Geoff Johns, Tony S. Daniel, Chew, John Layman, Image Comics

DC Comics And Beyond – Detective Comics #13

The “Zero” books from DC’s “New 52″ are now over, so we’re back to the “regular” issues. Being a big Batman fan, I was more than a little curious how the new creative team on Detective Comics would do, so that’s [...]

October 3, 2012 Reviews
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Required Reading – Green Lantern: Rebirth

Hal Jordan is haunted by death in DC Comics‘ Green Lantern: Rebirth. One might even say he is hunted by death. Before he became the greatest Green Lantern of all, the seeds that helped shape Hal Jordan into the “man without fear” [...]

September 25, 2012 Reviews
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How To Spend Your Paycheck: September 21

One of the perks of being vaguely employed is that, with this many part-time jobs going at once, I end up getting paid for something every week.  Sure, my off-week pay isn’t nearly as flashy as that 1st-and-15th deposit – [...]

September 22, 2012 Reviews