Written by IvCNuB4
on Thursday, April 25 2013 and posted in News with Benefits
Unlettered 3-page preview of Geoff Johns' final 'Green Lantern' issue
Source: DC Blog
It’s the final battle against the First Lantern and the Guardians in this, the extra-sized finale of Geoff Johns’ historic run on the title!
Plus, don’t miss a special retrospective on Geoff’s run on GL!
"I'm extremely grateful for being able to conclude our run on Green Lantern with this monster of an issue," Johns told THE SOURCE. "I'm moving on feeling very proud of what my creative collaborators and I have done over the years with the Green Lantern universe. Thanks to all the readers out there who've been with us for this adventure. I can't wait until #20 is in your hands -- the last several pages in particular."
Written by: Geoff Johns
Main Art by: Doug Mahnke Christian Alamy
Special Guest Art by: Ethan Van Sciver, Ivan Reis, Patrick Gleason, Cully Hamner, Aaron Kuder, Jerry Ordway, and more!
Plus, the final four story pages will make your head explode!
Cover by: Doug Mahnke
On Sale: May 22, 2013
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About the Author - IvCNuB4
IvCNuB4 likes to maintain an air of mystery by never publicly revealing his true name unless you are one of the four lucky Outhouse posters he has PM'd it to. A life-long Chicago native, he was introduced to comics by his older brother's vast collection of Silver Age issues. When he is not at his day job as an IT geek or making the most of Chicago's three months of incredible summer, he can found spending way too much time with his very large, very loud Italian family. You will never find him on the likes of Facebook or Twitter as he scoffs at the necessity of most forms of social media.
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