(The cover for JUSTICE LEAGUE INTERNATIONAL #1 by Aaron Lopreseti;
The cover for GREEN ARROW #1 by Brett Booth and Rob Hunter)
On Tuesday, we made the announcement in USA Today that DC was undertaking a historic renumbering of 52 superhero titles across the line, starting with JUSTICE LEAGUE #1 by our superstar creators Geoff Johns and Jim Lee.
The monumental conclusion to BRIGHTEST DAY occurred in the Star City’s forest. With the re-emergence of Swamp Thing, the forest’s role was no longer clouded with mystery. But what does that reveal mean for Oliver Queen, Galahad, Etrigan the Demon, and the others who had been protecting it?
GREEN ARROW #12 hits stores today and is written by J.T. Krul and features art by Diogenes Neves, Vicente Cifuentes and Oclair Albert, a cover by David Aja, and a variant cover by Joe Prado and Rod Reis.
Yesterday we told you about the countdown IGN is doing on their site this week of their top 100 super heroes of all time. As the list continued to unfold yesterday, many more DC characters made the cut - including Green Arrow, John Constantine, and Swamp Thing. Keep checking back as IGN reveals the final 20 entries.
Comic legend Mike Grell has covered a wide range of the DC Universe during his remarkable career, from his early run on Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes to his long tenure as the ongoing writer of Green Arrow, and most famously as the creator of The Warlord.
What’s next up on his plate for DC? Drawing a sequence telling Iron Maiden’s backstory starting in issue 7 of T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents!
T.H.U.N.D.E.R. editor Wil Moss explains Mike Grell’s contribution to the series:
Gearing up to the conclusion of BRIGHTEST DAY, GREEN ARROW #10 is packed with major reveals. Mystery of the Star Forest? Disclosed. Galahad’s origins? Divulged. Oliver Queen’s role in Star City? Determined. Find out all these answers in GREEN ARROW #10, written by J.T. Krul and with art by Diogenes Neves and Vicente Cifuentes, in stores today.[gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"]