comiclyawesome:

Green Lantern #4

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And you know why Geoff Johns was born to write this book?

Four words: Nazis at a picnic.

"
— Peter J. Tomasi in the Introduction in Justice Society of America: The Next Age

starryeyedlewis:

In NYC at the moment and later on a certain Jim lee and Geoff Johns will be in attendance at Times Square at midnight to sign the first issue of the new, relaunched Justice League issue. And it just so happens I’m staying five minutes from Times Square. Can someone give me a hell yeah?

I can give you an “oh yeah”.

Another pretty awesome ending.

Whilst the issues haven’t been as epic as DC would like us to believe, each issue has had a pretty damn great ending and made me anticipate the next issue all the more. 

Now for Knight of Vengeance

I didn’t know that they were reprinting this again with another cover.

Seems like a pretty good move to tie it into the film and create a jumping on point for anyone to check out GL.

You can check out the introduction here if you’re interested.

"This is the first time the scarab comes on to Jaime, so it creates a bulkier, more dangerous armor. Ultimately he’ll gain more control over the scarab and it will become more friendly looking."

Geoff Johns, regarding the Blue Beetle armour on Smallville (via littleyellowboxes)

- Ah, that explains it then. I am happy.

2011 looks awesome.

Writers: Geoff Johns, Jeff Katz
Penciller:
Dan Jurgens
Inker: Norm Rapmund

This volume gives what undoubtedly most fans of Booster Gold love and wanted to see again – the reunion of Booster Gold and Ted Kord. Driven by the need to strive to not just to uphold the past, but to better it, this volume sees Booster latch onto an offer from a mysterious Blue Beetle, who claims to be from the 27th century, and just so happens to know a way to save Ted Kord whilst leaving the time stream intact. Inevitably the promise isn’t held and the time stream is drastically altered, with Max Lords’ plans never being exposed by Kord’s death meaning his diabolical scheme was hatched. However this was always expected, and part of a much larger scheme…

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Writers: Geoff Johns, Jeff Katz
Penciller:
Dan Jurgens
Inker: Norm Rapmund

Booster Gold is a character who has enjoyed a resurgence to a fairly prominent level in the DC Universe,  and is currently enjoying a successful solo series after years of being confined to guest appearances and team books. Spinning out of the wonderful weekly event, 52, this is the volume that launched Booster Gold back into the spotlight. So what makes this series so entertaining? Read on to find out.

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