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.
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.
Next month, New York Times bestselling series GREEN LANTERN CORPS will welcome aboard the creative team of co-writers Robert Venditti and Van Jensen and artist Bernard Chang. Kicking off with issue #21, the fan-favorite title will be going in a bold and explosive all-new direction.
But what’s in store for GREEN LANTERN CORPS following the conclusion of the “Wrath of the First Lantern” story arc?
GREEN LANTERN #20
Written by GEOFF JOHNS
Art by DOUG MAHNKE and CHRISTIAN ALAMY
Wraparound cover by DOUG MAHNKE
1:25 B&W Variant wraparound cover by DOUG MAHNKE
On sale MAY 1 • 64 pg, FC, $7.99 US • RATED T
Combo pack edition: $8.99 US
It’s the final battle against the First Lantern and the Guardians in this, the extra-sized finale of Geoff Johns’ historic run on the title! Plus, don’t miss a special retrospective on Geoff’s run on GL!
BEFORE WATCHMEN: OZYMANDIAS/CRIMSON CORSAIR DELUXE EDITION HC
Written by LEN WEIN and JOHN HIGGINS
Art by JAE LEE, JOHN HIGGINS and STEVE RUDE
Cover by JAE LEE and JOHN HIGGINS
Retrosolicit • On sale JUNE 26 • 256 pg, FC, 7.0625” x 10.875”, $29.99 US • MATURE READERS
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.