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Charles Soule, Peter Tomasi, Sterling Gates and more writers and artists join top editors Bob Harras and Bobbie Chase at C2E2 to discuss the latest developments in DC Comics' New 52.
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."
After the news hit that writer Joshua Fialkov would leave DC Comics' "Green Lantern Corps" & "Red Lanterns," the publisher has announced Robert Venditti, Van Jensen and Charles Soule as the new writers.
On the heels of Andy Diggle's "Action Comics" exit, CBR has confirmed that incoming writer Joshua Hale Fialkov has also left his DC Comics series "Green Lantern Corps" and "Red Lanterns."
New writers of "Green Lantern," "Green Lantern Corps" and "Red Lanterns," Robert Venditti and Joshua Hale Fialkov discussed the enormous task ahead of them with CBR, excitedly hinting at what's to come for the Corps.
The post-Geoff Johns era of "Green Lantern" comics will come from a variety of creators as writer Robert Venditti takes the core book with Joshua Fialkov, Justin Jordan and Keith Giffen working with the Corps.
According to DC's May solicitations, a mass exodus of creative talent is set for the "Green Lantern" family with Geoff Johns, Peter Tomasi, Peter Milligan and Tony Bedard all concluding their time with the Corps.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Red Lanterns" #14, a "Rise of the Third Army" tie-in issue by Peter Milligan and Miguel Sepulveda. The Red Lanterns battle The Third Army November 28.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Red Lanterns" #0, featuring the origin of Atrocitus by Peter Milligian, Ardian Syaf and Vicente Cifuentes. The issue goes on sale September 26.
This October, DC Comics' Green Lantern titles launch their first crossover of the New 52 with "Rise of the Third Army," featuring the Guardians newest law enforcement agency hunting down members of every colored Corps.
Writer Peter Milligan speaks to CBR about the newest human "Red Lantern" in the DC Comics series and why family is on Constantine's brain in "Hellblazer."
"Red Lanterns" writer Peter Milligan spoke with CBR about fleshing out the most violent Corps in the DC Universe, the ramifications of Bleez's increased intellect and what a human Red Lantern may add to the mix.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Red Lanterns" #2. The next chapter of Peter Milligan and Ed Benes exploration of the DCU's rage-filled Lantern Corps hits Wednesday, October 5.
DC Comics claims its relaunched number one issues are new reader-friendly, so CBR News asked non-comic book readers to weigh in on the latest batch of New 52 titles, including "Red Lanterns," "Superboy" and more.
Writer Tony Bedard spoke with CBR News about Kyle Rayner, Peter Milligan and his upcoming series "Green Lantern: New Guardians, part of DC Comics' fast-approaching September relaunch.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive first look at the third issue covers for "Green Lantern," "Green Lantern: The New Guardians" and "Red Lanterns."
DC Comic’s Executive Editor Eddie Berganza, writer Peter Tomasi and artist Ed Benes joined DC CCO Geoff Johns to talk about the future of the Green Lantern Corps with fans at San Diego's Comic-Con International.
ROBOT 6 looks at DC Comics' line of Super-Pets books, noting how creators like Art Balthazar can make even rage-vomiting Red Lanterns kid-friendly.
Peter Milligan, writer for DC Comics' new “Red Lanterns” comic series out in September, spoke with CBR about Atrocitus and crew, as well as his sympathy for the Red Lantern Corps.
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.
Peter Milligan says Atrocitus is a murderous, ancient monster, but now he’s his murderous ancient monster and it’s his job to make readers empathize with him in the new ongoing “Red Lanterns” series from DC Comics.
The "Hellblazer" writer will bring his brand of high concept storytelling to the DC Universe again in 2011 with a "Red Lanterns" series described as looking into "the boiling brains of his napalm-blooded corps."