After revealing new costumes for its big three flagship characters -- Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman -- DC Comics has unveiled the updated looks of The Flash, Green Lantern, and Green Arrow. All the changes come as part of DC's new publishing initiative launching this June.
The new costume changes are nowhere near as drastic as they were for the other three heroes, but appear more as slight alterations to previous designs. The exception is Hal Jordan's new Green Lantern look, which is a bit of a spoiler for those who haven't read "Green Lantern" #40. As you can see from Billy Tan's cover to #41, Hal has gone rogue from the Lantern Corps, sporting a stolen gauntlet instead of his power ring and a hooded cloak befitting the title blazoned above his head.
As for The Flash and Green Arrow, their costumes feature more minor updates. Flash's outfit has been augmented with darker highlights and additional lightning accents, as depicted on the cover of "The Flash" #41 by Brett Booth and Norm Rapmund. The cover of "Green Arrow" #41 by Patrick Zircher, meanwhile, features more of a tweaking of past looks, plus some longer locks for Oliver Queen. Check out both below courtesy of Topless Robot, as well as the new Green Lantern.