EXPLORE Green Lantern

Take an exclusive early look at Green Lantern Corps #25, a Zero Year tie-in.
Justin Jordan previews New Guardians, his follow up to the Green Lantern series Lights Out, and talks about his love of crime fiction that led to h...
Ivan Reis spoke with us about Green Lantern: Blackest Night and his latest work, Justice League, and but not before sharing his experiences going t...
Van Jensen gives us a peak at his creative process behind his writing of Green Lantern Corps at New York Comic Con 2013.
Find out what's happening in the Green Lantern family of titles from writers, artists, and editors at DC Comics.
DC unveiled a first look at the animation adaption of Johns/Lee's first JUSTICE LEAGUE, as well as Aquaman and GOTHAM BY GASLIGHT animated films.
We've talked about surprises, about what they did right - here's where DC has gone wrong.
How is Relic involved in the various entities illness, the draining of the power batteries, and the emotional spectrum's jeopardy? Get a tease in t...
What Relic's secret that drives his hatred of ring-slingers? DC teases it here.
There's Zero Year action, Lights Out fallout, and maybe even - a new Robin? All this and more in the November solicitations from DC Comics.
Coupled with Flashpoint Paradox's release, a new featurette shows a first look at the next movie from DC Animation, the New 52-based Justice League...
The GREEN LANTERN books now have all-new creative teams, which is as good a time as any to discuss the series at a Comic-Con panel.
DC is in the midst of releasing a series of teaser images related to their September-debuting event FOREVER EVIL.
Martian Manhunter is the newest downloadable character coming to Injustice, and a new Green Lantern skin is revealed, too.
Yes, July is still in the single digits — but that's not stopping us from analyzing DC's October slate, including FOREVER EVIL.
Take a look at day-of reviews of some of this week's biggest releases!
Seven more covers and solicitations for the SUPERMAN, GREEN LANTERN, TEEN TITANS, and BATMAN/SUPERMAN titles as part of DC's VILLAINS MONTH.
Michael Green, one of the screenwriters of 2011's GREEN LANTERN film, will be writing the sequel to Ridley Scott's sci-fi classic.