JLA: Year One Tales of the Green Lantern Corps #2 Tell me in the comments below. First Appearance: All-American Comics #16 (1940) Green Lantern Corps: Edge of Oblivion #6. Green Lantern Vol. Green Lantern Corps Vol. Green Lantern Vol. 2 #84 Green Lantern Vol. Log in. ), Creannotators #26: “Spider-Woman” Interview With Writer Karla Pacheco, Marvel Year Twenty-Seven: 1988 Pt. Three big cross-title events — Blackest Night (20-22) and Rise of the Third Army through Wrath of the First Lantern (38-41) — however, need to be read issue by issue, jumping between … He is one of the most well known comic writers currently. 2 (With Sara Century!). 2 #11 With over 75 years of history, Green Lantern has proven to be one of DC’s most consistently popular characters. Green Lantern by Geoff Johns: Omnibus, Volume 1 by Geoff Johns. That’s all you need to know about Green Lantern! Green Lantern Reading Order: First, you need to know that Geoff Johns didn’t write the Green Lantern Corps series, Peter Tomasi did and it was pretty good too. 3 #22 I didn’t really know a lot about Green Lantern, but when I started digging into what is considered must read, the Geoff Johns run on the famous DC Comics series was often named. Excellent, mind-blowing art by Seth Fisher! Green Lantern is an intergalactic police officer and member of the Green Lantern Corps. Green Lantern Corps Vol. Green Lantern Vol. Tales of the Green Lantern Corps Vol.3 3 #40, Red Lanterns #38 We entered the New 52 era, but the impact on Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern was limited in comparison with most of the DC Universe. Creators: Bill Finger, Martin Nodell An unforgettable classic that truly changed the industry. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Green Lantern Vol. 4 #35, Green Lantern Vol. Is it just going to be the omnibuses split up? Green Lantern Corps Vol. Sinestro #20 Green Lantern Corps Vol. There are multiple ways to read it. DC: The New Frontier #6, Green Lantern Vol. Green Lantern Vol. Ion #7 2 #6, Ion #1 (2006) Or is it going to contain stuff that’s not in the omnibuses? Here we go. Green Lantern Corps Vol. 3 #45 3 #36 The Legalese of Dimensional Travel | Excalibur Vol. Updated origin for Hal Jordan. He is currently writing Justice League and Batman: Earth One vol 2. 4 #18 5 #51 2 #21 Red Lanterns: Blood and Rage If you really just want to read Geoff Johns work on Green Lantern, you can go with the omnibuses. Collects: Green Lantern (2011) #000 + #013-020, Collects: Green Lantern Corps v3 (2011) #015-020 + Green Lantern Corps Annual (2013) #001, Collects: Red Lanterns (2011) #000 + #013-020, Collects: Green Lantern: New Guardians (2011) #000 + #013-020. This arc is collected in four trades: Blackest Night: Tales of the Corps (2009), Blackest Night: Green Lantern (2010), Blackest Night (2010), Blackest Night: Green Lantern Corps (2010); again it is required to read the collected issues in a certain order to get the most out of this arc: The following four trades (for the arcs Rise of the Third Army & Wrath of the First Lantern) have to be read alternating the issues again. I'm currently reading Revenge of the Green Lanterns, so I don't know if the order is correct that way. Ken Follett Books in Order (Kingsbridge, Apples Carstairs, Piers Roper…), Victoria V.E. Sinestro #21, Green Lantern Vol. They possess power rings capable of creating constructs characterized by their will and strength to use it. One story composed of many. Green Lantern Corps: Emerald Eclipse Green Lantern: Emerald Knights Green Lantern Vol. Green Lantern Corps Vol. These two massive events go together as the culmination of dozens of plot threads and years of buildup on Geoff Johns’ part.