With the release of today’s eleven new Convergence titles, we’ve reached the climactic final week of this unprecedented world-shattering—sorry, make that worlds-shattering comic book event. With all of reality unraveling, it’ll fall on a collective of heroes from all eras and avenues of the DC Universe to do what they can to save our existence. Will they be able to do it? What sort of universe will await us when it’s all over?
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!
This October, “Lights Out” will span across all of the GREEN LANTERN family titles. And earlier this week, Relic’s Villains Month one-shot hit stores and set the stage for this epic crossover event that will change the Green Lantern universe forever.
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.
The Beatles once memorably sang, “I don’t know why you say goodbye, I say hello.” We doubt very much they were singing about Green Lantern—though we kinda wish they were, just for the sheer awesome factor—but we can’t help thinking of that line when looking at this week’s GREEN LANTERN #21. Yes, many of us are still saying goodbye to Geoff Johns and Doug Mahnke and savoring the pages of their final issue.
Following the thrilling conclusion of writer Geoff Johns’ historic near-decade run on GREEN LANTERN with last week’s issue #20, the acclaimed and New York Times bestselling series will be going in an all-new new direction with the introduction of the new creative team of writer Robert Venditti and artist Billy Tan.