on July 8, 2013
Welcome to greenlantern.co! This website is dedicated to Green Lantern John Stewart. Even though the website is brand new, you’ll find plenty of content about him here. A few highlights you may enjoy are:
The fact that John Stewart keeps getting back up, keeps succeeding, even when it seems the creators are against him, is a testament to him as a character
It’s not even funny how much better this is than the stuff from Peter Tomasi and crew…
In the Essential Reading and Viewing section, we take a very in-depth look at John’s time in the ’80s, when he fully took on the mantle of Green Lantern.
Though the comic was already great, when Englehart and Staton combine powers, things really start to heat up. Englehart’s writing is very daring, and his stories are more colorful and filled with drama, but at the same time more fun than Len Wein’s. Whereas Wein wrote “entertaining superhero stories,” Englehart shoots for more as he delves deeper into the characters’ psyches; from Hal Jordan’s obsession, regret, and jealousy, to Carol Ferris’ insecurities, Katma’s resentment and love, to Green Lantern’s sense of wonder and maturation as, through Katma, he comes to have more respect for the Corps, the Guardians, and the power at his disposal.
In the Notable Creators section, you’ll find profiles on such creators as…
A writer with a real interest in the character? A writer who doesn’t seem to want to hold him back or use him as a mechanism to prop up another Green Lantern? A writer who went out of his way to read “Green Lantern: Mosaic” for homework?
There are certain hallmarks of the DC Animated Universe that will never be forgotten and have been adopted by the comics and other mediums. Characters, events, and portrayals that when you think of them, you think primarily of what Bruce Timm and his crew did with them. There is Roxy Rocket, the thrill seeking femme fetale who puts Batman through the ringer. Harley Quinn, the Joker’s charmingly bananas girlfriend and partner in crime. Livewire, the loud mouthed radio shock jock turned super villain out to destroy Superman and his reputation. “Smallville,” Lois Lane’s affectionate, but initially demeaning nickname for Clark Kent. And last but certainly not least; Green Lantern John Stewart.
A man who wrote what is quite possibly the greatest Green Lantern John Stewart story ever told.
A man who wrote what is quite possibly the greatest Green Lantern story ever told.
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