Tag Archives: Green Lantern Corps

Thirty-Eight Thoughts About Thirty-Seven Comics – Wolverine, Manifest Destiny, Crossed, Batgirl, Unity, Green Lantern Corps, Manhattan Projects, Superior Spider-Man, Suicide Squad, All New X-Men, Clown Fatale, Walking Dead And More

Welcome to another wonderful week of comic books on a Wednesday. So what’s hitting the racks today? Well first, a little education, courtesy of Professor Wolverine. I have to say I love that. Ninjas based on Kabuki theatre figures, dressed …

Twenty-One Thoughts About Twenty-One Comics, Chew, Suicide Squad, Batgirl, Archer & Armstrong, Ghostbusters, Forever Evil, Judge Dredd, Red Sonja, Lord Of Mars, Memory Collectors, Triple Helix, Superboy, Wolverine, X-Men, Green Lantern Corps, Coffin Hill, Eternal Warriot, Captain America, Superior Spider-Man Team Up, Transformers And Think Tank

So what’s on the menu for this week’s comics? Well there’s a lot of food around. So, it seems sensible to check in with Chew… Erotic? Really? Okay then Ken Keebler, what would you make of this from Suicide Squad? …

Zero Year To Crossover Into Action Comics, Flash, Green Arrow, Green Lantern Corps And More

From the DC Retailer Roadshow in New York last night… The books that Batman Zero Year will be spinning off into as a number of books look to their earlier years. Courtesy of Roderick Ruth’s report, who seems to have …

Nineteen Thoughts About Nineteen Comics – Superman Unchained, Suicide Squad, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Walking Dead, Avenging Spider-Man, The Crow, Green Lantern Corps, Bravest Warriors, Six Gun Gorilla, Breath Of Bones, Batgirl, Supurbia, Manhattan Projects, Savage Wolverine, Wolverine, Uncanny X-Force, A1 And The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys

Superman Unchained #1 makes a lot of fuss about the foldout page (video here). But my favourite is one panel tucked away near the back. Big weapons, small church… Talking of weapons, why can’t Obama hire Harley Quinn as his …

John Stewart Has A Message For Bleeding Cool

A short while ago, Bleeding Cool broke the story that Joshua Hale Fialkov walked off the Green Lantern books he has recently been hired to write, and then that it was because had been ordered to kill off DC’s highest …

How To Make Your Green Lantern Corps #20 Spoiler Free

Are you reading the current Green Lantern crossover, Wrath Of The First Lantern? Have you picked up, but not yet read Green Lantern Corps #20? Then stop! Because while the final issue is out in two weeks, this epilogue gives …

Tales From ECCC: Josh Fialkov And His Green Lantern Books

At ECCC, a number of anonymous Little Bleeders talked to a number of professionals. And this is what we learned. Josh Fialkov said that his upcoming run on “Green Lantern Corps” and “Red Lanterns” will go hand-in-hand, not unlike what’s …

Last Week’s Comics In Thirty Four Panels

The internet’s most opinionated (and Greek) comics column.  By Dr Manolis V. GREEK, LIKE MORBIUS Morbius? Michael Morbius, pasty-rat-faced vampire in a unitard, THAT Michael Morbius? According to AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #699.1 (really MORBIUS #0.1 a backdoor pilot to the upcoming Joe …

A Comic Show – Owls Vs Bats

Aaron from A Comic Shop, Orlando on his own this week talking through today’s comics -  Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern Corps, X-Force, Morning Glories, Caligula, all out today… how William Christensen of Avatar models his publisher role on Caligula, …

Fourteen Thoughts About Fourteen DC Comics – Justice League, Batman, Red Hood And The Outlaws, DC Universe Presents, Catwoman, Wonder Woman, Supergirl, My Greatest Adventure, Green Lantern Corps, Birds Of Prey, Nightwing, Legion Of Super Heroes, Blue Beetle And Captain Atom

Fourteen comics, fourteen thoughts… Batman #3 from Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo takes the idea of Batman and an urban legend and applies it to a figure, or figures in Gotham, that really have remained secret for a long time. …

Wednesday Comics Review: Batman, Wonder Woman, Legion Of Superheroes, Supergirl, Nightwing, Birds Of Prey, Captain Atom, Catwoman, Green Lantern Corps, DC Universe Presents, Blue Beetle, Red Hood And The Outlaws

All Comics courtesy of Orbital Comics of London. Batman #1 by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo has possibly the worst cover of the line. Not that there’s anything wrong per se but it misses a massive trick. The comic has …