Sam Humphries, Eduardo Pansica, and Julio Ferreira’s Green Lanterns comic has been doing some of the weirdest stuff in DC Rebirth, using its cosmic scope to explore the vast history of the Lantern corps. Its latest issue tackles the coming together of the first Green Lanterns... but it turns out that they weren’t…
For the past few weeks fans have been wondering what’s happening with the DC film universe. Now we have a better idea.
There are a lot of potential DC movies coming in the next few years.
We’ve known for a while that Warner Bros. has had plans to re-visit the DC Universe’s army of ring-wielding space cops. Now things are moving forward in a significant way, with screenwriters David S. Goyer and Justin Rhodes reportedly working on the upcoming Green Lantern Corps movie.
Doctor Who’s new companion tells us what to expect from her time in the TARDIS. Green Lantern Corps could star three human Green Lanterns. Jared Leto explains what makes his Joker unique. Plus, disreputable Warcraft inns, the Blob comes to X-Men: Apocalypse, and a new Agents of SHIELD clip. Spoilers Get!
A new rumor teases a major turning point in The Force Awakens. Rachel McAdams may be in Doctor Strange after all. Ron Perlman discusses his desire to make Hellboy 3. The Flash and Arrow will set up a new character heading to Legends of Tomorrow. Plus, new looks at Batman v. Superman and Supergirl. So many Spoilers!
Tucked away in-between the stunning Batman V. Superman footage and the first look at the Suicide Squad movie (which has yet to be released, grumble) was the announcement that a Green Lantern Corps movie will be released in 2020.
You would think that having the powers of a radioactive spider, or wearing a cape to a fight, would qualify as crazy enough for comic books. Not so. Comics delve into alternate worlds that show different sides of their superheroes - nutbag, wacko-smacko sides. Take a look at the looniest alternate reality versions…
The Lantern Corps of DC Comics saves people through shapes made from light. Each of them have powers imbued by light. But, in reality, what can light do? Funnily enough, just plain blue light can save the lives of sick and pre-term babies.
When a Green Lantern Corpsman passes away, Morro — the Green Lantern's crypt keeper — conducts an elaborate ceremony with hammers, holograms, and heart-rending incantations. It's like the Led Zeppelin laser show at your local planetarium, only way more somber.
In this week's offerings from DC, the clear winners were two of the Big Three. And on an unrelated note, Catwoman's rack.
The heart and soul of the Green Lantern Corps is Kilowog, the tough-but-awesome alien who trains the new recruits. Check out a new image of how he'll supposedly look in the new movie.
Check out your first look at Warner Brother's new Green Lantern costume, on the cover of Entertainment Weekly. So what do you think of our new Hal Jordan? Should those who worship evil's might be worried? UPDATE: More images added.
Armies: Blah. Ninjas: Meh. Man-Bats: Eh. Armies of ninja-man-bats: Awesome. Mash-ups aren't only meant to liven up episodes of Glee. Comics've been throwing random crap together until it works for years. See the best monster mashes comics have to offer!
Fittingly, perhaps, for our book and comic theme week, there's a lot to buy in comic stores tomorrow. Whether you're looking for zombies, space opera, superheroes, detectives or even just a new Dr. Horrible, there's something here for you.
Hope you've got a healthy appetite when you hit the comic store tomorrow, because with comics about teen vampires, werewolves on the moon and culinary detectives, there's a lot to chew on in this week's comics. Plus new Batman.
And so, as we approach the start of the holiday season, it's worth asking ourselves, what are we thankful for? Luckily, it only takes one look at the list of comics to find more than a few likely suspects, including a sleepy urban legend, a dysfunctional family that fights together, and some of the best short scifi…