The final issue of BLACKEST NIGHT hits next week, and with that one of the biggest comic events in recent DCU history concludes. Where that leaves our heroes, and what’s to come is still up in the air. But before you consider picking up that issue, you’ll need to grab GREEN LANTERN #52, the penultimate chapter of BLACKEST NIGHT featuring the universe’s most surprising White Lantern on its cover, courtesy of writer Geoff Johns and artist Doug Mahnke. GREEN LANTERN #52 hits 3/24. [gallery link="file" columns="4"]
Earlier this month, we gave you guys a first look at the inked cover to BLACKEST NIGHT #8, the final issue of writer Geoff Johns and artist Ivan Reis' epic, universe-spanning series. Beautiful stuff, no? Well, if you missed it, no worries, we've got the final, color version right here, for your Friday enjoyment as we head into the final issue of BLACKEST NIGHT.
As THE RISE AND FALL continues to rage, we're getting a glimpse of how things will shake down amidst the rubble and tragedy surrounding Star City. Oliver Queen has been branded a murderer by his friends. Roy Harper is facing a shattered and twisted reflection of his past life. The Brightest Day looms -- but what does it mean?
But that's not all. We all know that BLACKEST NIGHT will reach its epic conclusion in March, but there's more. This universe-shaking issue will also feature 10 extra story pages for the same $3.99 price. Good deal, no? And, to tide you over until the issue hits stands, we've got an inked version of the cover to BLACKEST NIGHT #8, courtesy of artist Ivan Reis. Enjoy!
Well, if you’ve been keeping up with the epic happenings of BLACKEST NIGHT, you probably have an idea, but in this issue new writer J.T. Krul puts the spotlight on everyone’s favorite Lantern-ized archer, Ollie Queen. Check out some pages below. BLACK LANTERN GREEN ARROW #30 hits 2/24. [gallery link="file" columns="4"]
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?