Geoff Johns and Doug Mahnke’s weighty run on Green Lantern is over, and today DC revealed who will be inheriting the rings.
DC Comics and Chief Creative Officer (and Detroit native) Geoff Johns announced today that he would be leaving Green Lantern — the franchise he invigorated — with issue #20, a 64-page special coming in May.
I have to say, I’m pretty upset right now. For those that have been reading the site for awhile, you should be well aware of my deep seated love for both comics and cartoons. So when you combine both and tease me with the prospect of a comic based cartoon, you can pretty much guarantee … Continue reading Cartoon Network Cancels ‘Young Justice’ and ‘Green Lantern: TAS’
Welcome to Comic Rack! My pick of the top five comic news stories in no particular order… A New Justice League In 2013! Jim Lee and Geoff Johns have been hitting it off pretty hard with the New 52’s Justice League, a book that’s been breaking sales records in an industry that people thought was … Continue reading Comic Rack: New JLA, A New Green Lantern, & Jack Kirby’s Birthday!
Welcome to Comic Rack! My pick of the top five comic news stories in no particular order. New DCu Event Unites Animal Man & Swamp Thing In case you didn’t know, Animal Man and Swamp Thing are two of the best new books out in the New 52. Arguably, for a while at the beginning, … Continue reading Comic Rack: New DCu Unites Animal Man & Swamp Thing, New Green Lantern’s Name, & Jonathan Luna’s Solo Project!
That’s right, folks. The original Green Lantern, Mr. Alan Scott, is coming out of his superhero closet. The original Green Lantern from the 1940s, Scott was revealed to be gay after kissing his boyfriend despite formerly being a husband and father of two children. He will be revealed as a gay man in next week’s … Continue reading DC Comics’ Green Lantern (Not Hal Jordan) Is Gay
I’m a Green Lantern fan. I’m not one of those from the beginning Lantern fans, I’m talking the Geoff Johns era Lantern fan. That would probably make a whole bunch of geeks out there vomit in revulsion because they don’t like the Geoff Johns era because it made Green Lantern relevant after they blindly followed … Continue reading In Case You Missed It Review: Green Lantern
DC Comics track record when it comes to animation has been great. They continually blow the competition out of the water, and it goes back a long time. Marvel has had a few successes, but its rare for a Marvel show to last more than 2 seasons, where its rare for a DC show to … Continue reading Green Lantern: TAS Review – Episode 1 & 2 ‘Beware My Power’
Well it looks as if the Green Lantern comics will be occurring in the same continuity it left off from during War of the Green Lanterns. (Just like Red Lanterns) When we last left the Green Lantern Corps, things were not going so great. Hal Jordan was relieved of duty and his ring by the … Continue reading DC Comics Review: Green Lantern #1 – New 52!
The War of the Green Lanterns ended with a bit of a bang. It was a rushed bang, but a bang nonetheless. Mogo died, Krona was defeated, Sinestro ended up with a green power ring and Hal Jordan ended up with no ring. All in all through the aftermath issues it seems to me that … Continue reading DC Comics Review: War of the Green Lanterns – Aftermath #1 and #2