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Bethesda Announces ORION – Another Game Streaming System

Game streaming services are pretty much the hot ticket item right now, and it looks like Bethesda has decided to get the jump on other publishers by pushing out their own system. ORION will be Bethesda’s streaming system, that will let you play their games with max settings on any PC or mobile device, regardless […]

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #50 cover by Rafa Sandoval, Jordi Tarragona, and Tomeu Morey

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #50 Review: Going Out on Top

Hal Jordan is locked in a duel with Tomar-Tu in his Darkstar mantle. The Green Lantern Corps are fighting the rest of the Darkstars overhead in orbit, but the situation is looking grim. John Stewart won’t allow the Corps or their allies to kill. General Zod is straining under this restriction, but even Guy Gardner […]

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #49 cover by Fernando Pasarin, Eber Ferreira, and Jason Wright

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #49 Review: A Case for Splash Pages

The plan of John Stewart is revealed at last. Hector Hammond shuts down the mental network the Darkstars have created using the Controllers. Once this happens, the Darkstars return to their homeworld to take care of Hal Jordan and Hector Hammond. There, John Stewart sets up Zod’s teleportation jammer, and the Green Lantern Corps and […]

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #48 cover by Doug Mahnke and Wil Quintana

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #48 Review: The Darkstar War Begins

The Darkstars have commenced their attack on Mogo, headquarters of the Green Lantern Corps. Kilowog is leading the defense, but Hal, John, Guy, and Kyle aren’t anywhere near Sector Zero. That’s because these four Green Lanterns of Earth have rallied their newfound allies, Arkillo, Orion, Hector Hammond, and General Zod, at the headquarters of the […]

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #47 cover by Barry Kitson and Hi-Fi

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #47 Review: Arkillo’s Time to Shine

Hector Hammond has stripped Hal Jordan of his ring, memory, and identity. He plans to use his immense psychic power to purge the universe of all “villains” with little specification of who all that would entail. On Earth, Guy Gardner, armed with a Darkstar mantle, is facing down Arkillo. If Guy gets through the Yellow […]

Cover to Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #29 by Rafa Sandoval, Jordi Tarragona, and Tomeu Morey

Hal Jordan And The GL Corps #29 Review: Lanterns Versus Golems

With Highfather of the New Gods in tow, Hal Jordan is on his way to reunite with the Green Lantern Corps. Meanwhile, John Stewart learns that the Nth Metal Golems intend to free Yuga Khan, the father of, well, Highfather (Highgrandfather?), from the Source Wall. John, Guy Gardner, and a division of Green Lanterns ride […]

What Jack Kirby Means To A Comic Fan, Critic, And Aspiring Creator

On August 28th, 1917, Jacob Kurtzberg was born in Manhattan. He was born to a pair of Austrian Jewish immigrants. He took to drawing quickly, starting in comic strips in 1936, and, in 1940, he teamed up with Joe Simon to create Captain America and Bucky Barnes. It’s weird to think that a man born […]

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Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #27 Review: Golem Wants Its Precious

The massive celestial creature, which Orion calls a golem, is unleashing hell upon Hal Jordan, Kyle Rayner, and Orion, as well as the people of Slyggia, which is the home planet of Salaak of the Green Lantern Corps. Kyle protects Orion as Hal attempts to go one on one with the massive creature. Unfortunately, even […]

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Mister Miracle #2 Review: More Straightforward, Still Enthralling

After the frankly superb Mister Miracle #1, Mister Miracle #2 by Tom King and Mitch Gerads from DC Comics has a lot to live up to. And while it doesn’t play with the form as much, or make as deeply cutting observations into complex human issues through the medium of brightly coloured superhero adventure, Mister […]

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Hal Jordan And The GL Corps #26 Review: Here Comes Dark Knight Metal

With massive celestial creatures awakened, Green Lantern Graf realizes something bad is on the horizon for the universe. The GL Corps as a whole is attempting to stabilize in the aftermath of the defection of the Sinestro Corps. Order is returning to the universe. However, Salaak detects a gravity distortion in a populated sector and […]

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Mister Miracle #1 Review: Darkseid Is…What, Exactly?

So, the long-anticipated Tom King and Mitch Gerads Mister Miracle series is finally starting! #1 is finally out. Of course, how could I forget about this one? Everyone kept screaming its name at me every time I mentioned that, hey, DC doesn’t use a large chunk of its character catalogue right now, as if this […]

New Gods Special #1 Review- A Good Tribute To The King

With the 100th Anniversary of the King himself, Jack Kirby, being this year, DC has decided, in addition to the Kamandi Project, to release one-shots of many of Kirby’s creations at the company. Among the first of these they released is, arguably, the most popular of the King’s creations at DC, The New Gods. There […]

DC To Pay Tribute To Jack Kirby’s 100th Birthday With 6 One-Shots

DC Comics has just announced that they will be releasing six one-shots based on the characters created by Jack Kirby to be released weekly in August. This is to go along with the King’s 100th Birthday. The characters involved are: Mister Miracle, The Black Racer, The Newsboy Legion, Darkseid, Orion, and Manhunter. Titles and creative teams have […]

Walter Simonson On The Order Of Orion (UPDATE)

Walter Simonson wrote on Facebook about the upcoming Orion Omnibus, collecting his New Gods-based series. He wrote, I received comp copies of the Orion Omnibus from DC Comics late yesterday afternoon. I believe it’s due out in a few weeks.  The physical package is nicely done, but I have decided to express publicly, in a way […]