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DC Announces Venditti, Fialkov, Jordan & Giffen on GREEN LANTERN Titles

DC Announces Venditti, Fialkov, Jordan & Giffen on GREEN LANTERN Titles

Via MTV Geek, DC Comics has announced the new creative teams for the Green Lantern family of titles after the departure of Geoff Johns and Peter J. Tomasi. The lineup will be as follows: GREEN LANTERN: Written by Robert Venditti, art by Billy Tan. The series will pick up immediately after the Geoff Johns run ends.


JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #1 Written by Geoff Johns Art by David Finch Release Date: February 20, 2013 There’s a new League in town and this one is specifically designed to kick your ass. An obvious blend of B-Team Justice Leagues of the past and the government run Suicide Squad, the brand spanking new Justice

NUMBERS GAME: DC Comics – December 2012

December is not traditionally a month comic companies can expect great gains, but 2012 was hardly a normal year. Unfortunately, with Marvel Comics’ relaunch of their core titles in full second month swing, the best DC could do, it seems, is keep its head down and keep plugging away, anticipating a new wave of titles

TRADE WAITING: Week of January 2, 2013

Last week was a week off on the trade front, but 2013 starts off with a bang with these 5 releases, the hottest of the week! GREEN LANTERN VOL. 2: REVENGE OF THE BLACK HAND Written by Geoff Johns Art Doug Mahnke, various Price: $24.99 Publisher: DC Comics • Hal Jordan and Sinestro find themselves

BEST OF 2012: Matt Santori

2012 was a brilliant year for the comics industry. We saw the best industry growth in terms of dollars since the early 1990s, thanks in no small part to the jumpstart DC Comics’ New 52 initiative gave to comic purveyors everywhere. We saw a continual growth of the digital comics market without any discernible damage

Crisis of Epic Proportion: The Illusion of Change

I am always genuinely impressed by the vigor with which fans react to the monthly twists and turns of their favorite comic book. As a testimonial to the power of these characters — and the craft of the creative teams behind them — you can’t beat insane message board and twitter uproar. Meanwhile, it’s completely