Sinestro as a Green Lantern? What’s next, The Joker as the new Robin? Things are definitely interesting in the Green Lantern universe following the small “War of the Green Lanterns” event, so you’d better believe that we’re excited for what continues to be one of DC’s most popular series.
Devoting an entire series to the Red Lanterns is a cool idea. They are the most popular of the Care Bears Corps, but I just hope it’s not the start of every different Lantern color receiving their own series. There’s only so many Green Lantern books a fan can afford in one month!
The Dark Knight
David Finch’s The Dark Knight was a really good series dealing with the more supernatural adventures of Batman. The problem was that Finch was both writing and drawing the issues, which led to some delays. He didn’t even draw issue four, which was a bit of a disappointment. With the relaunch he’ll again be drawing the book, but DC has given him a writer which will hopefully eliminate those annoying delays.
While Grant Morrison is dealing with Superman’s early adventures in Action Comics; the other Superman book will be set in the present timeline when Superman was the first superhero the public knew about. With art by George Perez, this is one to definitely pick up.
I love The Flash, and it saddens me a bit to see Geoff Johns passing the baton on the character as his years with both Wally and Bart were great. It’s going to be very interesting to see how Flashpoint affects the entire Flash family, and that’s why The Flash will continue to be on my saver every month.