What happened after that Firestorm-induced lab explosion? What are the Hawks on the brink of discovering? And what’s that White Lantern doing in New Mexico?
Find some questions answered and new ones raised in BRIGHEST DAY #3, courtesy of Johns, Tomasi, Reis, Syaf, Clark, Gleason and Finch.
BRIGHTEST DAY #3 hits tomorrow.
The GREEN LANTERN team of writer Geoff Johns and artist Doug Mahnke continue to tell the tales of the New Guardians as they adapt to Earth and its people — plus the return of a fan-favorite brawler. But what’s Sinestro up to?
And what special mission does the White Power Battery send Hal Jordan on that he won’t be so happy to complete?
GREEN LANTERN #54 hits 5/26.
We’ll have a full preview of the third issue of BRIGHTEST DAY soon enough, but in the meantime, why not spend a few minutes eyeing these two lovely covers, courtesy of artists David Finch and Ivan Reis on the variant?
Sound like a good way to start the day? I’d hope so.
In the second issue of the series, we continue to follow the heroes and villains that found themselves returned to the land of the living at the end of BLACKEST NIGHT – and not everyone’s dealing with the change so well. Another jam-packed issue from the A-list creative team of writers Geoff Johns, Peter Tomasi and artists Ivan Reis, Patrick Gleason, Ardian Syaf, Scott Clark and Joe Prado – need I say more? Scroll below for a look at the issue, which hits tomorrow.
The BRIGHTEST DAY reaches Star City with GREEN ARROW #1, hitting next month from the team of writer J.T. Krul and artist Diogenes Neves. With “The Fall of Green Arrow” over, what is the status quo for our Emerald Archer? And after the devastating events of recent months, can one man protect a city that’s partially in ruins? The mysteries deepen and the tension mounts in this first issue, and we’ve got a look at a key scene. So, click below and try to keep it together until the issue hits on 6/23.
A new era starts here for the GREEN LANTERN CORPS, as Tony Bedard steps in as the book’s regular writer, joined for the first arc by artist Ardian Syaf. We can’t reveal much about the first story, titled “Revolt of the Alpha Lanterns,” but we can show you a page from the first issue. That’ll tide you over for a little bit, right?