New GREEN LANTERN CORPS Title In January

Green Lantern Corps: Edge of Oblivion
Green Lantern Corps: Edge of Oblivion
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Swamp Thing #1
Swamp Thing #1
Credit: DC Comics

DC has announced a new series titled Green Lantern: Edge of Oblivion to begin in January. Serving as a continuation of Green Lantern: Lost Army, writer Tom Taylor and veteran Green Lantern artist Ethan Van Sciver are taking over on the adventures of the John Stewart-led lost Lanterns. The publisher does not list the length of this series.

The series begins with a "John Stewart-led GL Corps still seeking a way home, but with the universe around them on the verge of total collapse! Along the way they’ll face dying gods, worlds torn asunder and a desperate group of survivors whose only hope is this band of ring-bearing cosmic heroes."

Poison Ivy: Cycle of Life and Death
Poison Ivy: Cycle of Life and Death
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Taylor's previously announced Batman/Superman run begins with January's issue #28, with guest artist Robson Rocha. The three-part epic is an "untold tale from Bruce and Clark’s early crime-fighting careers, as Batman and Superman are pitted against a menace that will not only test their partnership, but their friendship as well!"

DC has also released more information and new images for other previously announced titles that will also debut in January.

Swamp Thing by co-creator Len Wein and artist Kelley Jones begins when Swamp Thing receives "an ominous warning and finds himself under attack from the forces of dark magic. These are more than just your average monsters, however! And if that’s not enough, there’s something much worse looming on the horizon for Alec Holland!"

The six-issue Poison Ivy: Cycle of Life and Death series written by Amy Chu with art by Clay Mann will have Poison Ivy -- under her civilian of Dr. Pamela Isley -- begin a new job working for the Gotham Botanical Gardens. As she begins work, she'll finds herself framed for the murder of one of her fellow scientists in a manner that looks like the work of Poison Ivy.

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