Who’s that stopping by the DC office? Why, it’s none other than Paul Dini, and he’s just in time for Batman: An Animated Celebration! He’s here to discuss the new Batman: The Animated Series action figures, and he’s far from our only guest. Hart of Dixie’s Scott Porter shows off his awesome mobile mancave, Ivan Reis and Joe Prado discuss this week’s can’t-miss issue of Justice League, and we look at what happens when a Kryptonian gets her hands on a red power ring (let’s just say it ain’t good). Plus, Tiffany visits some of the DC landmarks on the Warner Bros.
This February, GREEN LANTERN and RED LANTERN are being combined into an exciting, double-size issue with two covers at the special price of just $2.99!
Ho, ho, ho, heroes! Christmas may be tomorrow, but you can tear into the latest episode of "DC All Access" today. We're looking ahead to 2014 as the DC Comics editorial team reveals what the new year will bring for some of your favorite DC characters. What's next for Batman in Zero Year? Which Superman heroine is joining the Red Lanterns and which is getting her own one-shot? Which villain is Forever Evil's evilest? Find out answers to all of the above.
SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read RED LANTERNS #24 yet and do not wish to know what happens, stop reading this post now (major spoilers ahead!).
With their rings running on pure will alone, the Green Lanterns have their backs up against the wall … the Source Wall to be exact. Beaten down, Hal Jordan and his Corps reluctantly turn to the Red Lanterns for help – but they aren’t welcomed with anything more than a bloody fight that drains their rings even further.
Following Geoff Johns’ epic run on GREEN LANTERN, the creative teams for the Green Lantern family of comic books are all-new.
With Robert Venditti and artist Billy Tan on GREEN LANTERN, Robert Venditti and Van Jensen with artist Bernard Chang on GREEN LANTERN CORPS, Justin Jordan and artist Bradley Walker on GREEN LANTERN: NEW GUARDIANS, and Charles Soule and artist Alessandro Vitti RED LANTERNS these books have started off strong.
Many comic book writers out there dream of writing a series for The New 52. But Charles Soule isn’t writing a New 52 comic. He’s writing three of them. After making his New 52 debut in April, 2013 with SWAMP THING #19, Charles soon joined the Green Lantern universe as the new writer of Red Lanterns before announcing his upcoming (and highly anticipated) Superman/Wonder Woman ongoing.
We sat down with Charles at San Diego Comic-Con to ask him a few questions about his suddenly very full slate.
A few weeks ago, the creative teams behind the Green Lantern titles all metaphorically retired from the Corps with the release of their respective series’ 20th issue (that said, once a Lantern, always a Lantern).
However, like the rings of the Corps themselves, worthy successors have been chosen to carry on the tradition set before them and to guide the Green Lantern Universe to new and exciting heights filled with crazy adventure, dangerous villains, and characters both old and new.