There have been some pretty interesting happenings lately, Green Lantern John Stewart fans. The second attempt at a Cyborg ongoing comic has proven a disaster just like the first, and DC Comics has put it out of its misery after suffering extremely low sales. Furthermore, the Justice League movie in which Cyborg makes his big screen debut has under performed at the box office. What do I have to say about these unfortunate happenings for the tin can hero? Click on the video below and find out!
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The Dimension Warriors return in Zatswan: Multiversal Guardian! You think you have what it takes to experience Zatswan A.C. Cooper’s cosmic fantasy multiverse adventure? Then step up! Take the challenge by clicking the image above or this link right HERE.
Zatswan is going to keep going and keep getting better. Don’t miss it.
Can’t get enough of Green Lantern: Starlit Crisis? Never fear, there’s more on the way. In fact, the solicitation for Green Lantern: Starlit Crisis #2 is out. Click on the image below for a larger image of the cover.
GREEN LANTERN: STARLIT CRISIS #2
John Stewart and Arisia Rrab’s quest to find missing Lantern Ch’p takes them to the seedy underbelly of Space Sector 1014 – the Shadow Market! Are they ready for the perils within, and the surprising twists their adventure throws at them? Meanwhile, a New Genesis army under the command of Shadowfall engages Grayven’s forces in a critical battle that will rock the Multiverse.
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The Green Lantern: Lost Army series wraps up. Check out the GreenLantern.Co review of issue #6, which includes some thoughts on the series as a whole, and what I’d like to see from the sequel Green Lantern Corps: Edge of Oblivion.
This final issue gets me really pumped for Edge of Oblivion while also making me miss Lost Army, and I think those are the best feelings it could have left me with. Cullen Bunn pushes the story along pleasingly and Jesus Saiz will take your breath away with every page. While there are things I wish Lost Army had done more of—I don’t know if Bunn would have gotten to them if he had the time—I highly recommend this entire series.
It’s time for the GreenLantern.Co review of the latest issue of Green Lantern: Lost Army.
While this issue doesn’t offer answers to Lost Army’s deeper mysteries, it succeeds greatly at being an overall fun comic book, due to great art, great characters, great dialogue and great action. There is only one glitch in the whole thing, which involves the death of a certain character. It’s not that I necessarily have anything against the killing of this particular character, but the way it is done is weak and cheap.
Green Lantern: Lost Army is not over yet. We’ve still got a couple issues left. Take a look at GreenLantern.Co’s review for issue #4:
“Green Lantern: Lost Army #4 is a decent issue that takes the Lanterns from point A to point B, but doesn’t really give us anything to chew on and contemplate regarding the bigger picture, which would be really nice right about now since there are only two issues left. It’s clear that Bunn won’t be able to address everything in the remaining space he has. According to a statement he issued, there is a chance there will be another limited series or Lantern book to fully resolve this story. Let’s all cross our fingers. While this isn’t my favorite issue of Lost Army, I’ve loved this series, and it has the most intriguing set up of a Green Lantern story I’ve seen since Mosaic.”