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This is the oath of the Green Lantern Corps: “In brightest day, in blackest night, no evil shall escape my sight!” It’s a lot better than “We are terrible at our job of being space cops,” but it’s less accurate, too, unfortunately. Read more...
Yes, after being in charge of Green Lantern for nearly a decade, revitalizing the title, and adding more to the DC universe mythos than anybody besides Jack Kirby, Geoff Johns has penned his final issue. Plus Godzilla, sex, a sword-wielding Little Red Riding Hood and more, all in this week’s comics! Read more...
It's that time of year yet again, when we place our wagers in the Thunderdome that is the summer movieplex. A dozen huge-budget franchise pictures will do battle, and some will fall. Which film will be this year's Green Lantern or Battleship? Make your predictions right now! Read more...
Young Justice and Green Lantern: The Animated Series may be over, but there's some small consolation in the fact that the Teen Ttans are at least returning to Cartoon Network in Teen Titans Go! The original voice cast return for this...Show More Summary
This week in the world of cartoons, we see what are very likely the final episodes of Green Lantern: TAS and Young Justice: Invasion, two daring comic book-based cartoons. It appears as if the pair will be replaced by two new DC shows, a new take on Teen Titans Go! and Beware the Batman. Show More Summary
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Yesterday, a man retired. He is a man who has been idolized by many, and hated by others. This man was elected by men to rule a universe, to decide good and evil, right from wrong, and to guide his children in the light. I'm speaking, of course, of long-time Green Lantern writer Geoff Johns. What, did someone else retire yesterday? More »
This week in the world of cartoons, Archer is trapped in the Montreal airport, an Avenger pops up on Ultimate Spider-Man, and Green Lanterns wanders a bizarre planet without his power ring! More »
This week in the world of cartoons, Obi-Wan's former love wages war against Death Watch & Darth Maul, a misunderstanding leads to a battle between the Green and Red Lanterns, and one of DC's great 1980s villains appears on Young Justice! More »
Check out a brand new preview from Red Lanterns #16, where Atrocitus recruits the most surprising army possible to fight a brand new galactic threat. If you've been following all the various Green Lantern comics lately, you'll know the superpowered blue aliens have created a new third army that has some very unpleasant habits. More »
The folks at Latino Review have "sources" who have told them the roster for Warner Bros. and DC's planned Justice League movie will include Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern and the Flash. This begs the question: When does a rumor become common sense? Because that's the most obvious, least imaginative Justice League line-up ever. Show More Summary
This week in the world of cartoons, Jake the Dog becomes the father of unicorn-puppies, Mordecai is torn by love on Regular Show, Young Justice gets some interesting cameos, and we visit the Blue Lantern homeworld of Odym on Green Lantern: TAS. More »
A ton of new concept art has come out from some recent superhero movies — most of it focusing on different character and costume designs, which didn't make it to the screen. Plus this totally amazing drawing of Tony Stark falling off Stark Tower while his Mark VII Iron Man armor snaps into place around him. More »
The two stars of Cartoon Network's DC Nation programming block, Young Justice and Green Lantern: The Animated Series are both pretty good, but it's the shorts that are screaming to be the full-fledged cartoon series. Super Best Friends Forever, Animal Man... Show More Summary
This week in the world of cartoons, Aunt May goes out on a date with Agent Coulson on Ultimate Spider-Man, the Avengers get replaced, creepy cloned penguins watch you sleep on Adventure Time, and the Green Lantern enters a Dickensian world! More »
This week in the world of cartoons, EVERYTHING comes back! Star Wars:The Clone Wars (now on Saturday mornings), Green Lantern: The Animated Series, and Young Justice: Invasion return this week, putting the DC vs. Marvel cartoon wars into full effect. More »
In DC Comics' Green Lantern series, author Geoff Johns is shaking up the superhero's mythos by introducing a new Green Lantern to replace Hal Jordan (an Arab-American known as "Baz") and teasing the introduction of a sinister "Third Army" that will render the Green Lantern Corps obsolete. More »
Courtesy of DC Comics, here's an exclusive first look at next week's issue of Green Lantern, which is penned by Geoff Johns. This issue sees the uneasy allies of Hal Jordan and Sinestro square off against Black Hand while the Guardians plan something ominous. This issue hits stands next Wednesday, August 15. Here's the synopsis: More »
Why do we need to see Captain America, Batman, or the Green Lantern in manatee form? I'm not sure, but Joel Micah Harris fills that need with adorably pudgy illustrations of spandex-clad, superpowered undersea creatures. More »