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With a sweeping sense of scope, drastically reimagined responsibilities, and rock-solid characterization, it’s a new era on Oa in Green Lantern #2. Everything is not bright and shiny as ancient forces bearing a grudge are intent on bringing down the Lantern legacy at the moment of their ascension. Green Lantern #2. Credit: DC Comics John
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When you say “weekend,” we say “reading”! It’s time for Weekend Reading 59 here at Stately Beat Manor, the fifty-ninth entry of our ongoing feature. What prose and comics will you be paging thorugh this weekend? As always, we’d love to hear from you! Let us know what you’re reading, either in the comments or
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Earlier this week journalist/author Geoff Boucher interviewed prolific comic creator Robert Kirkman for his Heavy Metal podcast MindSpace. They discussed all things Skybound, in particular the Invincible animated series and the success of his mega hit zombie franchise The Walking Dead. Some highlights from the conversation: Kirkman and his artist collaborators Cory Walker and Ryan
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Joseph Christian Leyendecker (1874-1951) is considered one of the most influential American illustrators of the 20th century. Best remembered for his advertising and book illustrations, WWI posters (his “Weapons for Liberty” war bonds poster is one of my favorites of the period) and The Saturday Evening Post and other magazine covers, Leyendecker’s expansive influence on
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Justice may be forever, but the Justice League? Apparently not. The League has withstood attacks from powerful adversaries outside its ranks and from trusted friends within. It’s gotten through Crisis after Crisis and emerged all the stronger. Even resetting and rebirthing all of continuity barely managed to make a dent. But in spite of all
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Previously, the first of six Star Wars Pride Month variant covers was announced and unveiled, featuring Sana Starros by Jan Bazaldua, with colors by Rachelle Rosenberg. Today, Marvel released the last of the five remaining Star Wars Pride Month variant covers in the series, each of which features LGBTQ+ Star Wars characters as depicted by
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