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Will two or three GLs have a role in Warner Bros.' DC movie-verse, with Pine as Hal Jordan rather than "Wonder Woman's" Steve Trevor?
CSBG's new feature examines synergy between comics and other media, starting with how DC's John Stewart became a marine to match his cartoon counterpart.
Green Lantern" writer Robert Venditti and "Green Lantern Corps" Van Jensen discuss the "Lights Out" event, their "Zero Year" issue and John Stewart's New 52 past.
"Green Lantern Corps" #21, the first issue of Van Jensen and Robert Venditti’s tenure, features an obvious wink and nod to the March controversy surrounding word that DC Comics had plans to kill off John Stewart.
Incoming writer Van Jensen shares his plans for testing John Stewart's life as a GL in "Green Lantern Corps," explaining exactly how he'll change Oa, Fatality and more.
It was the opposite of a slow news week, so Augie covers the highlights, including DC's hiring and retention practices, Marvel's Marvelman (lack of) plans, Quantum and Woody's return and more.
DC and "Green Lantern Corps" co-plotter Robert Venditti have stated that he has no current plans to kill John Stewart, contrary to a report earlier this week following the departure of Joshua Hale Fialkov.
Veteran actor and comedian Phil LaMarr shares his reaction to DC Comics' editorial decree calling for the death of John Stewart, a character Lamarr brought to life for a generation of fans.
CBR News has confirmed a report that an editorial edict to kill off John Stewart played a strong part in writer Joshua Fialkov's resignation from "Green Lantern Corps" and "Red Lanterns."
DC Comics has provided CBR News with an exclusive preview of Peter Tomasi and Fernando Pasarin's "Green Lantern Corps" #1. Featuring a Doug Mahnke cover, GLC joins the New 52 on September 21.
Guest writer Marc Bernardin takes a look at the effect of casting Ryan Reynolds as Hal Jordan in "Green Lantern" following the use of John Stewart as GL in the "Justice League Unlimited" cartoon.
Joe Staton, Joe Quinones, Shane Davis and the legendary Neal Adams spoke to fans a HeroesCon about their various contributions to the mythology of DC Comics' Green Lantern franchise.
DC Comics and Geoff Johns have released details regarding the Green Lantern characters and series as the publisher readies for a line-wide September relaunch. UPDATED with solicitation info.
This week, learn the strange history behind the origin of the Batcave!! Plus, what's Lucasfilm's problem with pacifism and what's the real story behind John Stewart's historic blunder in "Cosmic Odyssey?"