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This arc's Big Bad gets a sweetass ride along with his sick-ass promotion...also, a plot hole that should've been a plot twist. 6 pages from #10, 4 from #11, wordsing by Robert Venditti and artsing by Ed Benes.

Plus, Green Lantern Heaven. Check it!
Roses are green, violets are green, everything is green )
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Wotcher, folks! Hope your holidays went well!

Anyway, Green Lanterns presents a confrontationally admissive, but thankfully uncondemning story about mothers, sons, and the often-complicated emotional dynamics between them. Check it!

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Lanterns Baz and Cruz have been in a really good place (and book) lately. Here they are in Part 2 of this downtime-oriented arc, in a story about admitting that sometimes we have to ask for help. Plus: what's the most destructive material in the DC Universe? Check it!
Lord of the Power Rings. Horcrux Redux. Some third thing )
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Writer: Cullen Bunn
Penciller: Dale Eaglesham & Martin Coccolo
Inkers: Dale Eaglesham & Scott Hanna
Colorist: Jason Wright

Warning for some violence and light gore.

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So, how sympathetic should Thaal Sinestro be? Did he do all he could to protect his world and then got screwed over for it? Why did he take over Korugar in the first place?

They needed me! )
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"For many years, I sported a mustache. Well, it was probably more of a pseudo-stache. When I was 16, a cute girl told me it looked good on me, so I kept that mustache for many, many years. And it was awful. So, it makes me genuinely happy to write a story about a character who wears a mustache so well!" - Cullen Bunn

Writer: Cullen Bunn
Artist: Dale Eaglesham
Colorist: Jason Wright

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Sinestro #2

Jun. 3rd, 2015 09:13 pm
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"If Sinestro's motivation could be boiled down to one overriding concept, it would be pride. His pride carries him, often when nothing else will. His pride has also been his undoing from time to time. He's too proud to ever accept that his way is not the right way." - Cullen Bunn

Writer: Cullen Bunn
Artist: Dale Eaglesham
Colorist: Jason Wright

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"That’s the Sinestro I hope to bring to this book. He’s not evil for the sake of being evil. But he wants something — be it redemption, glory, salvation, honor, or respect — and he’ll ruthlessly pursue it. But I think his reasoning… and his “mission”… will be understood by readers.

His methods, maybe not so much.
" - Cullen Bunn

Writer: Cullen Bunn
Artist: Dale Eaglesham
Colorist: Jason Wright

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"Almost every Green Lantern is going to be gone from the DC Universe. And In order to tell a good story I need to focus on a core group, otherwise, y’know, I’ve got hundreds and hundreds of characters. So, I am telling the story from the point of view of a smaller group of characters, but, yeah, every Green Lantern is gone and is lost, so to speak, and could potentially show up in the series." - Cullen Bunn

There's certainly a lot to be said about that Aquaman preview, but let's take a look at a sneak peek for Bunn's other new title he'll be working on: Green Lantern: Lost Army

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Hi folks!

Back in 1988, DC Comics ran a crossover event titled "Millenium." The last remaining Guardian of the Universe and his Zamaron opposite number came to Earth to jumpstart the next step in human evolution through a group called "the Chosen." The Chosen, after some losses, became a group known as the New Guardians, who got their own comic book.

The New Guardians were a valiant attempt to increase diversity in DC's superhero population, including their first heavily implied to be gay superhero, Extrano. Unfortunately, the execution was heavy-handed. and Joe Staton's art was not at its best, so it's mostly remembered today for the gloriously over the top villain Snowflame in the second issue.

Today, we'll look at issue #4, eight pages of twenty-four.



Open Secrets )

In other news, my diploma from Rasmussen finally arrived.


Your thoughts and comments?
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