BLACKEST NIGHT barrels toward its conclusion

The final issue of BLACKEST NIGHT hits next week, and with that one of the biggest comic events in recent DCU history concludes. Where that leaves our heroes, and what’s to come is still up in the air. But before you consider picking up that issue, you’ll need to grab GREEN LANTERN #52, the penultimate chapter of BLACKEST NIGHT featuring the universe’s most surprising White Lantern on its cover, courtesy of writer Geoff Johns and artist Doug Mahnke.

GREEN LANTERN #52 hits 3/24.

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BLACKEST NIGHT #8 cover -- now in color

Earlier this month, we gave you guys a first look at the inked cover to BLACKEST NIGHT #8, the final issue of writer Geoff Johns and artist Ivan Reis' epic, universe-spanning series. Beautiful stuff, no? Well, if you missed it, no worries, we've got the final, color version right here, for your Friday enjoyment as we head into the final issue of BLACKEST NIGHT.

Add another Lantern ring to your collection

Have you all read BLACKEST NIGHT #7? I'd hope so. If not, step away from your computers and sit down with a copy. I don't mind waiting.

Back? Ok, great. How awesome was that last page? Take a moment to collect your thoughts, because we've got a nice bit of news to go with that amazing double-page spread.

Ready?

With BLACKEST NIGHT #7 on sale today, we're happy to announce a new, White Lantern promotional ring, tying into retailer orders for BRIGHTEST DAY #1. Want one to complete your set? Then make sure to mention this to your local retailer:

Awww, yeah, it’s TINY TITANS time!

If there’s one book that just screams “fun,” it’s TINY TITANS. The book bristles with the pure energy and joy creators Art Balthazar and Franco pour into the book each month. This week’s issue #25 is no exception, especially with special guest writer Geoff Johns, who joins the TINY TITANS duo for a special tale featuring a character that Johns is all-too-familiar with, Conner Kent – and Match?!

Let’s see what Art, Franco AND Geoff have got in store. Take it away, gents:

Adam Schlagman unveils a surprise return in the pages of GREEN LANTERN CORPS

First the Black Lantern Corps rose from the Crypt on Oa decimating the planet and many Lanterns in their horrific path.

Then Kyle Rayner's brush with death and a Black Lantern ring resulted in Guy Gardner being blinded by great rage as he transformed into a Red Lantern killing machine.

All this tragedy and devastation led to the collapse of the Green Lantern Central Power Battery.

How could writer Peter J. Tomasi and artist Patrick Gleason make things any worse for our Emerald Warriors?

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