From the honor and strength of John Stewart, to the pure techno power of Cyborg, to the energy and humor of Static Shock, DC’s African-American heroes have become both inspirations and favorites of DC fans the world over. John Stewart first joined the Green Lantern Corps in the 1970s and remains the definitive Green Lantern to a generation of fans who grew up with the Justice League animated series. Cyborg has overcome great injury and physical change and now fights alongside Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman in the Justice League.
MTV Geek got the first look at how DC Collectibles is gearing up for New York Comic Con. The high-end toy and collectible line from DC Entertainment revealed two exciting new “con exclusive” products that will only be available for sale to New York Comic-Con attendees.
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.
During the War of the Green Lanterns, a former cop from Calados was tapped as a Green Lantern. In GREEN LANTERN CORPS #61 (on sale today) this new rookie looks to John Stewart as she attempts to resolve a dispute in her sector.
Pick up GREEN LANTERN CORPS #61 by Tony Bedard and artists Daniel HDR and Keith Champagne today!
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Last we saw Hal Jordan and Guy Gardner, they made the unprecedented decision to remove their rings in the midst of battle. In the conclusion of the epic War of the Green Lanterns, the duo reunite with John Stewart and Kyle Rayner to stop the evil forces consuming their fellow Corps members. Their strategy will not only put their lives at stake, but will also go down as one of the riskiest acts committed in the Corps’ history.