Today in the Daredevil Deliberation we’re talking about the long and often overlooked run of writer Ann Nocenti and her most famous artistic collaborator, John Romita Jr.
Kelly Harrass is finishing up his reread of Geoff Johns’ Green Lantern and he’s here to share his final thoughts on the run. He talks the highs and lows of one of the highest profile superhero comic runs in the past decade.
We’re at the end of the line and Johns is getting ready to sign off. New GL Simon Baz takes on the Third Army and EVERYBODY fights the epic threat of Volthom, the First Lantern.
We’re almost at the end of the road for Johns’ Lantern run, but before that happens it’s time for the SORTA NEW, KINDA DIFFERENT New 52. We’ve got Sinestro, Indigo Lanterns, Black Hand, and more!
Because the Johns run made it happen, we have to talk about the movie, right? Parallax is a cloud, Hector Hammond screams a lot, and Sinestro doesn’t do very much. It’s time to talk about Green Lantern.
Krona has stolen the Entities and has declared war on the Green Lanterns. He’s got the GLC, the Guardians, and the Entities under his control, what can Hal and friends do to stop him? Time to overcome the odds!
What happens to Green Lantern after Blackest Night? It drops in quality is what happens. Hal and friends hunt down the entities like they’re Dragon Balls and Larfleeze hunts down Santa.
Before you get to the brightest day, you have to endure the Blackest Night. Green Lantern and the entire DC Universe fights the forces of death in this huge event.
What’s the one problem with the Agent Orange arc and what two things are accomplished in issue 43 of Green Lantern? Find out in this edition of the GL Reread as we’re on the road to Blackest Night!
Get ready for a rager because the Red Lanterns are here and they’re angry. I really hope you read this because the Blue Lanterns debut in this story too. I promise you wont find anymore Lantern jokes inside.
In Secret Origin, Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis take their shot at telling the definitive origin for Hal Jordan. They add a lot to the story including ties to Blackest Night, but is it any good?
The Sinestro Corps War is a prime example of event comics done right. In this edition of the Green Lantern Reread we look at five reason why this story is so well done.
The Green Lantern Reread keeps on rolling as Kelly Harrass looks at the adventures leading up to the epic Sinestro Corps War. I hope you’re ready for some Cyborg Superman, lost Lanterns, and Star Sapphires.
What happens when Green Lantern fights the Manhunters, a super evolved shark, the Black Hand, Gremlins, Mongul, and Mongul’s sister? You get the first nine issues of Geoff Johns run on the ongoing series.
Kelly Harrass is rereading Geoff Johns’ Green Lantern run and he’s giving you his thoughts on all of it, starting with the six issues that kicked off the run; Green Lantern: Rebirth.
The final chapter in Pop!’s look at The Devil includes the very beginnings of Grendel, stories yet to be collected set in the time of Orion and Jupiter, and Batman’s fateful meetings with not one, but two Grendels. History awaits inside.
PoP!’s comprehensive look back on 30 years of Grendel continues as the series takes a dramatic turn. This week: Grendel challenges a vampire-ridden Vatican and then takes over the world, and the series is saved after a publisher goes under. Learn more about the Devil inside.
PoP! takes a comprehensive look back on 30 years of Grendel, one of the most innovative titles in independent comics history. This week: A look at the original Grendel, Hunter Rose, and his “grand-daughter,” Christine Spar. The saga begins here with one of the most popular characters in comics.
Kelly Harrass brings his analysis of Grant Morrison’s ‘Batman’ run to an end in this piece, looking at how it all fits into the greater DC continuity, the “ending” that Morrison has in mind for Batman, and his final thoughts on the run as a whole.
PoP! Sidekick Kelly Harrass continues his look at Grant Morrison’s ‘Batman’ run. In this installment, Kelly tries to explain ‘Batman: RIP’ and ‘Final Crisis’, talks about some artists, and breaks down Morrison’s use of the Joker.
PoP! Sidekick Kelly Harrass begins his look back on Grant Morrison’s recently wrapped up run on ‘Batman’. In this installment, Kelly examines the characterization of Bruce Wayne, discovers who Simon Hurt is, and puts the run in its correct reading order.