This summer, DC Entertainment will publish all-new stories expanding on the acclaimed WATCHMEN universe. As highly anticipated as they are controversial, the seven inter-connected prequel mini-series will build on the foundation of the original WATCHMEN, the bestselling graphic novel of all time. BEFORE WATCHMEN will be the collective banner for all seven titles, from DC Comics.
Coming in September 2012, ABSOLUTE GREEN LANTERN: SINESTRO CORPS WAR will collect the story of Sinestro’s bid for totalitarian control of the galaxy – giving the arc the Absolute treatment with a gorgeous, over-sized hardcover presentation. Collecting GREEN LANTERN 21-25, GREEN LANTERN CORPS 14-19 and GREEN LANTERN: SINESTRO CORPS SPECIAL 1, ABSOLUTE GREEN LANTERN: SINESTRO CORPS WAR features the writing of critically acclaimed, fan favorite authors Geoff Johns, Dave Gibbons and Peter Tomasi, with art by Ethan Van Sciver, Ivan Reis, Patrick Gleason and Angel Unzueta.
Green Lantern John Stewart has faced super-powered enemies and cosmic annihilation, but he has never before had to face betrayal from someone he loves. After he reveals his secret identity to his girlfriend, Tawny, he wakes up to find his named plastered all over the news. He must quickly decide if he wants to admit the truth about who he is and if the woman he loves is still worth trusting.
Better make some room on your shelf for this statue. Don’t worry, you have until July 2011. GREEN LANTERN: EMERALD KNIGHTS DVD SINESTRO MAQUETTE SCULPTED BY ROBERT LYNDERS
SIX LEGENDARY GREEN LANTERNS. SIX INTERLOCKING STORIES. ONE GROUNDBREAKING FILM. DISCOVER THE ORIGIN OF THE CORPS.
Been a great show so far, eh? For those reading along from home, our very own Ian Sattler promised on the DC Editorial panel at WonderCon today that we'd be talking about some major creators contributing to upcoming issues of DCU: LEGACIES, the era-spanning series touching on the various heroes and villains of the DC Universe. Well, how about these names? J.H. Williams III. Dave Gibbons. Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez. Rags Morales. Dan Jurgens. Not too shabby, huh?
You saw last week's Superman page, right? Well, we've got another sample for you today. This time, it's another look at Dave Gibbons and Ryan Sook's Kamandi. Breathtaking stuff, I have to say. But you're not here for my gushing commentary. Let's look at the pretty picture.
Of course not. You got a look at SUPERMAN and BATMAN yesterday, and today we unveil a look at Neil Gaiman and Mike Allred's METAMORPHO tale, plus a page from Dave Gibbons and Ryan Sook's lovely KAMANDI strip. [gallery link="file"]