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:
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?
Not long ago, we showed off upcoming variant covers for GREEN LANTERN #51, GREEN LANTERN CORPS #45 and BLACKEST NIGHT: FLASH #3. We thought we'd give you a little bit to process those before we unveiled the main covers. So, ready? GREEN LANTERN CORPS by Patrick Gleason:
Yesterday, we showed off a page from BATMAN AND ROBIN #7 -- and it was a doozy. But why stop there? We've got the first five pages from the issue here, courtesy of the superstar team of writer Grant Morrison and artist Cameron Stewart. BATMAN AND ROBIN #7 hits tomorrow. Swing back later tomorrow for a closer look at the issue. [gallery link="file"]
We can't promise it'll make you any faster, or that it'll respond to your willpower, but hey -- that's what our imaginations are for. But we can promise a way for you to get your hands on one. With BRIGHTEST DAY banner issues THE FLASH #1 and GREEN LANTERN #53 soliciting in the February issue of PREVIEWS, DC Comics is offering promotional FLASH and GREEN LANTERN rings to qualifying retailers. Cool, right? "But Alex, how do I qualify?" Good question:
The title is pretty ominous on its own: ADVENTURE COMICS STARRING BLACK LANTERN SUPERBOY. But what more can we reveal about the issue, which is written by Tony Bedard, with art by Travis Moore? Well, we're not saying a ton, but ADVENTURE COMICS editor Brian Cunningham has a few choice words to share. Take it away, Brian: