WEDNESDAY COMICS has come to its conclusion, and we grade all of the strips to see what played well and what played out.
It's a one-book week in the Blackest Night realm, but it's THE book, so we're here for your recap. Plus, a special guest!
The action is ramped up in this 3rd issue of DC's crossover event, but strong characterization wins the day
The Damn Dirty Zombies have continued their infiltration of the DCU, eating hearts and regrowing heads
Longtime GLC Artist Patrick Gleason talks Guy Gardner, females, Kryb, and... doughnuts?
Regular Green Lantern artist Doug Mahnke checks in with his progress on the book and just where this Blackest Night is leading
Lucas & Troy have all the hits, misses, and face-punching-off action from the last two weeks of Blackest Night
Green Lantern Corps, Blackest Night, BN: Batman, and... Tiny Titans? It's Zombie-rific!
In this second installment, we learn to fear Adam Schlagman. Oh, and get our butts kicked by BL Martian Manhunter!
The Best Shots team is sans-Troy this week, but compensated with reviews of tons of comics
Just minutes after completing their DC Universe presentation, the publisher focused on Blackest Night
Steve found this to be The Brightest Day indeed. See what you have to look forward to next week!
They're baaaack. Troy & Lucas, that is! Ready to take on the Zombies of the DCU!
Steve talks with Lauren Montgomery about Green Lantern: First Flight, looks at Marvel Anime, and more
Vaneta Rogers concludes her series putting the psychological truth-test to behind DC's Lantern mythology
Best Shots has the lowdown on whether DC's new event comic is worth the scratch
Ready for Blackest Night #1? Check our Primer to see just how ready you are!
Vaneta Rogers continues her exploration of the psychology behind DC's colorful Lanterns with Greed and Compassion