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CBR spoke to Justin Jordan about Oblivion and a Giger-inspired reimagining of the Psions bringing darkness to Kyle's life in "New Guardians."
In the latest CBR INK, we take a look at several Green Lantern tattoos -- including the progress of one mighty sleeve -- that cover the entire Lantern spectrum, plus give props to Kyle Rayner.
Writer Justin Jordan spoke with CBR about his plans for DC Comics' "Superboy" and "Green Lantern: New Guardians," two series he's taking in new directions after board-clearing crossovers.
"Green Lantern: New Guardians" writer Tony Bedard discusses Invictus and the new dangers facing Kyle, Larfleeze and the rest of the New Guardians.
CBR News spoke with Tony Bedard about "Blue Beetle," the challenges in writing Khaji-Da and how things are about to change in a big way for the teenager from El Paso.
Tony Bedard discusses the shocking events of "War of the Green Lanterns: Aftermath" and Sinestro's starring turn in "Green Lantern" while sharing an exclusive look at the cover for "GL: New Guardians" #1.
The power of the Green Lantern Corps enters the world of Sony Online Entertainment and DC Entertainment's "DC Universe Online" later this summer.
What role did Disney, of all companies, play in the development of the Vertigo line of comics? Did Armageddon 2001 give us a sneak peek at Kyle Rayner? Plus a tale of the Superman Thanksgiving Day balloon!
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.
Ron discusses returning to the world of Kyle Rayner along with artist Darryl Banks, describing the emotional attachment he has to the character after developing him from scratch in the pages of "Green Lantern."
CBR News spoke with "Green Lantern Corps" writer Peter Tomasi about the repercussions of the death of a major DCU figure in the pages of last week's issue #42 and how the death will leave Guy Gardner seeing red.