When I was recently handed the editorial reins to GREEN LANTERN, GREEN LANTERN CORPS and GREEN LANTERN: EMERALD WARRIORS, it felt admittedly daunting. I was coming on board just as all three titles raced into the massive crossover story, “War of the Green Lanterns.” It was an intimidating prospect.
We have some nice art to help you get through the midweek slump. First up, the cover to THE FLASH #10 by the incredible Francis Manapul followed by the variant of GREEN LANTERN CORPS #58 by Tyler Kirkham. Next up are both JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST #22 covers. The standard is by Dustin Nguyen and the variant by Kevin Maguire. Rounding out the bunch is the JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #55 variant by Dan Jurgens. [gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"]
Tony Bedard's and Tyler Kirkham's “WEAPONER" arc comes to its dramatic conclusion in GREEN LANTERN CORPS #57. The battle is heating up between the Sinestro Corps and the Green Lantern Corps-backed Weaponer and his Qwardians, but the truce is still in effect. Neither Corps can use power rings on the other. How can the Green Lanterns help the Qwardians with their hands tied? One word. Firestorm. [gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"]
The Sinestro Corps are out for blood - and they have their sights set on the Qwardian Weaponer who forged Sinestro's ring. Will the Green Lantern Corps break their truce to protect innocent Qwardians from Sinestro's wrath? Find out in GREEN LANTERN CORPS #56, on sale today. [gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"]
Here’s a pair of awesome variant covers to brighten up your Tuesday. First, Firestorm and Sinestro clash on the variant cover of GREEN LANTERN CORPS #57, by Ed Benes. Next, another beautiful variant by David Mack, this time for JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #54, kicking off the start of “The Rise of Eclipso.”
GREEN LANTERN CORPS #57
For R.E.B.E.L.S. #23, writer Tony Bedard and artists Claude St. Aubin and Scott Hanna bring in a special guest star: none other than Green Lantern John Stewart! In the issue, Adam Strange plays peacemaker between Vril Dox's band of rebellious space cops and the entire Green Lantern Corps, and negotiations aren't going well at all. Let's hope Lobo can stay on his best behavior... but I wouldn't bet any of own money on that! R.E.B.E.L.S. #23 hits stands today. [gallery link="file"]
Before we roll into the full list of BRIGHTEST DAY solicits, we thought this merited a mention. Heck, the name alone gave us pause. “Aquawar”? As BRIGHTEST DAY barrels toward its grand finale, things heat up for one of the main protagonists and his supporting cast — it’s too early to get into details, but how about a look at the cover to February’s BRIGHTEST DAY #19 and the other key BRIGHTEST DAY titles and a few more clues below?
Things continue to heat up on the BRIGHTEST DAY side of things, as the Hawks cross paths with the Star Sapphires, Max Lord’s plans continue to come together and “New Guardians” concludes. But don’t take my word for it. Click below for the full scoop on what’s coming down the pike in January. GREEN LANTERN #62 Written by GEOFF JOHNS
Starting next month, the team of penciler Tyler Kirkham and inker BATT will take over the regular art duties on GREEN LANTERN CORPS, joining regular writer Tony Bedard. But why wait until then? We swung by GLC Editor Adam Schlagman’s office and snatched up a few shots of what’s to come from the series. But before we unveil these images, what does Adam think about the new artistic duo? “Tyler Kirkham and BATT are an incredible art team that are going to blow fans away! Check out a small preview of what they have in store...And that’s just the beginning. Wait until you see Tyler’s Sinestro!