Becoming a Green Lantern isn't really a choice in DC Comics lore. One day you're crashing planes or whatever, the next you're getting yelled at by Kilowog. The ring chooses you, Poozer! If you want to wield a construct-making ring, but you're a gamer without the power to overcome universe-ending levels of fear (a strong indication that you're sane, by the way), DC Universe Online'
Fans got their first serious dose of Cartoon Network's upcoming Green Lantern: The Animated Series today with several character-heavy clips shown at Comic-Con. In addition to introducing Hal Jordan and Kilwog, the clips gave fans their first look at the duo's talking space ship and their core antagonists, The Red Lantern Corps. On hand for the CG anima
The third day of the San Diego's Comic-Con International kicked off with DC Comics' Green Lantern panel, moderated by Executive Editor Eddie Berganza and featuring DC's Creative Executive (and Flashpoint: Abin Sur and Flashpoint: Hal Jordan writer) Adam Schlagman, Green Lantern: Emerald Knights producer Alan Burnett, Green Lantern Corps writer Peter J. Tomasi, Red Lanterns artist Ed Benes and Green Lantern writer (and mythos mastermind) Geoff Johns.
Though it's not based on this summer's live action Green Lantern film starring Ryan Reynolds, Cartoon Network's more comics-inspired series will still show off its share of CGI -- like, 100 percent of the time. Green L
Art: Alex Ross will be selling select Green Lantern paintings at booth #2419 during Comic-Con.
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DC Comics has been deploying cover art and solicitations for October-shipping titles according to the newly defined sections of what fans are calling the DCnÜ. So far we've seen hints of what's coming up in the Batman family of titles as well as those designated Edge and Dark. Today we've got the publisher's auspicious line of
Among the many wares DC Comics will peddle at next weekend's Comic-Con International in San Diego is DC Comics: The New 52, a a free comic previewing new material from the publisher's forthcoming superhero relaunch. Among the contents are a