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Spinning out of the highly successful Metal event, DC Comics is launching a new series of prestige format books showing how popular DC stories play out in the Dark Multiverse.  Each of these prestige format one-shots will be 48 pages long with a price of $5.99.  2009’s Green Lantern centric event, “Blackest Night”, has been announced as one story that will be given the “Tales of the Dark Multiverse” treatment.

For those who didn’t follow the Metal event, the Dark Multiverse is a twisted version of the Multiverse.  The Dark Multiverse was uncovered during Metal and led to the establishment of characters like the Dawnbreaker, a version of Green Lantern created when the power ring chose a young Bruce Wayne in the moments that followed the death of his parents.

No release date or creative team has been announced yet for the “Blackest Night” book.

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While the spring 2019 blind box for the World’s Finest Collection left fans a bit disappointed, they are back with a new box for the Summer time and this time the theme is classic JLA.  The retro Justice League box has had two spoilers released so far which you can find out about by scrolling down the page.  While we do not know if there is a Green Lantern item in the box, hopefully there is since Hal Jordan was a founding member.  The box starts shipping soon and I plan on sharing my unboxing on the Blog of Oa YouTube channel.  It’s not too late to order if you are interested in taking a chance.  Ordering by clicking on this link will give a small portion of the sale to the Blog of Oa to help us offset our operating costs.

S P O I L E R S

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The Blog of OA by Myron Rumsey - 19h ago
“Far, Far Out!”

Health issues have slowed me down this month so my review for The Green Lantern #9 is a little late.  In a way it might have been a good thing because the downtime has allowed me to re-read this issue a number of times so I’ve gotten a greater appreciation for the ambition at work in this month’s installment.  Grant Morrison introduce us to two new super-teams this month, both made up of characters that are likely either long forgotten or never heard of before by the great majority of readers.

The issue starts out with a great struggle between the Superwatch, a team made up of characters that come from about every obscure corner of the DC Universe, and a being we learn later to be the Qwa-man.  The roster of the Superwatch really shows the breadth and depth of Grant Morrison’s reach in the pantheon of characters who may have only appeared in a single issue of DC’s amazing catalog.  Rather than recount them all here I’d point you to an excellent article by Adventures in Poor Taste which does a fine job of showing just who these new old characters are, redefined and given new purpose by Morrison.  One of the things that I love about this is that Morrison is really re-establishing cosmic elements that have been there all along, but no other creator has taken time the or the opportunity to bring them forward from Silver Age obscurity.  It’s clear that Qwa-Man is more than the Superwatch can handle and the call goes out to the Green Lantern Corps to provide assistance.

Vartox makes a final plea

The scene shifts to the planet Athmoora where we see Hal Jordan enjoying a little R&R, D and D style.  Morrison has said in interview for this series that his take on Hal is that he has a hard time with the banality of existence on our little ball of mud compared to what he’s seen and experienced in the greater universe. Seeing what Hal is doing for kicks underscores that as his Tolkienian vacation is something far from anything he could undertake on Earth.  Alas the duty of the Green Lantern is never far away and we discover that the big bad superboss of Hal’s adventure is none other that the Green Lantern of Earth 20, their universe’s Abin Sur.  Abin is under control by a pendant bearing a logo very similar to the Blackstars / Darkstars which alludes to a possible connection back to the previous issues in “season one” of the series.

Abin has unfortunately brought the Qwa-Man to Athmoora and Hal finds himself trapped there with Abin Sur.  That is until three more Green Lanterns from across the Multiverse arrive to provide an escape route, introducing us to the Guardians of the Multiverse.  The Guardians are represented by the Green Lantern of Earth 36 (Flashlight), the Green Lantern of Earth 32 (Bat-Lantern) and the Green Lantern of Earth 47 (Magic Lantern).  In a way this all ties so nicely back to his Multiversity series that I’ve got to go back and re-read it all over again.  To me this is one of the greatest gifts from Morrison in that he continues to push the DCU forward by expanding on what has always been there, creating a new appreciation for the work of others challenging readers to go back and re-discover the past.

It’s not just the characters either, it’s even the places.  Kranaltine, the home of the Superwatch, is a call back to a Paul Levitz / Steve Ditko story from Adventure Comics #467 and Hal’s vacation spot of Athmoora goes back to classic John Broome / Gil Kane collaboration in Green Lantern #16 from 1962.  Even Abin Sur’s S.O.S. call to the Guardians of the Multiverse is a clear call back to the “S.O.S. Green Lantern” title from Showcase #22!

Hal once again encounters an Abin Sur

Artistically Liam Sharp delivers wonderfully on the tall order that Morrison’s script calls for in terms of the magnitude of re-designs in the opening pages.  Sharp gives each character a modern makeover that gives the reader the impression that even though the DC Universe may have moved on without ever putting them into the spotlight again they have also moved on and had lives full of their own adventures beyond the eyes of any reader.  Sharp’s lush visuals on Athmoora seem like an ode to Frank Frazetta.  All around the same kind of thoughtful and engaging  visuals that have become the norm for this series.

The Green Lantern #9 is a feast for the mind as well as the eyes.  Grant Morrison again adds breadth to the DC cosmic universe by bringing the past forward and reminding the reader of the incredible richness to be found in the tiniest nook and cranny of the DCU’s history.  Along with Liam Sharp’s stunning visual this is another not to be overlooked issue of one of DC’s best comics.  Ten out of ten lanterns.

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In Brightest Day

Co-host Phil Bova returns from vacation just in time to join Myron Rumsey and long time listener Ralph Apel as they chat about their love of the Green Lantern mythology.  Ralph asks Phil and Myron about their history with the characters, their ideas for their own stories and more in this bonus length episode.

The Podcast of Oa is the official podcast of The Blog of Oa and a proud member of the Comics Podcast Network. Share your comments and questions by calling the show’s voicemail line at 406-PODOFOA (406-763-6362) while Skype users can leave a voicemail on the show’s account, blogofoa. Send your emails to podcast@blogofoa.com. You can also find the Blog and Podcast of Oa on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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CasinoSkunk’s Secret Society (https://www.patreon.com/casinoskunk)
Green Lantern: Ring of Victory (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p5bahQ0Pfxw)

Show Notes:
00:00:00 Intro
00:05:00 Green Lantern chat
01:18:45 Closing

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I’m a big proponent of fan created content and a new fan produced audio drama has got me pretty excited.  “Green Lantern: Ring of Victory” looks to highlight one of Green Lantern fandom’s favorite aliens Rot Lop Fan.  Set for its debut on YouTube on June 29th, the Master Thief production features the vocal talents of two dozen people who are bringing some of our favorite characters to life.  The cast list shows a focus on the non-human elements of the Corps, with fan favorites like Bzzd and Isamot Kol set to show up.

The production is presented by Ian Harrington, who’s efforts also brought the Larfleeze Christmas Special to life in a motion comic back in 2016.  The production quality was great on that video so I expect that the same will be said for “Green Lantern: Ring of Victory” when it arrives.  Until then we’ve got this great teaser video to hold us over until then.

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DC Comics has released their solicitations for comic books releasing in September of 2019.  Grant Morrison reunites Hal Jordan and Carol Ferris in The Green Lantern issue 11, with Carol sporting a new look – although the teaser implies that this might not really be Carol.  Among the missing this month is Young Justice for whom DC did not provide any information.  This month also sees the release of some of the giant sized Walmart issues, including the issues by Brian Michael Bendis teaming Batman with Hal Jordan.

THE GREEN LANTERN #11
written by GRANT MORRISON
art and cover by LIAM SHARP
variant cover by PAUL POPE
On the edge of reality, Green Lantern Hal Jordan and Star Sapphire face death by power ring firing squad! Yes, Hal and Carol Ferris reunite (sort of) as they fight their way out of the improbable turn of events of the previous issue! In fact, with what happens next issue, they may not want to survive this one…
ON SALE 09.04.19
$3.99 US | 32 PAGES
FC | RATED T+

JUSTICE LEAGUE #31
written by SCOTT SNYDER and JAMES TYNION IV
art by JORGE JIMENEZ
cover by FRANCIS MANAPUL
variant cover by JULIAN TOTINO TEDESCO
“The Justice Doom War” part two! The culmination of Lex Luthor’s plan hinges on his beating the Justice League to the prize, ratcheting up the peril as the Year of the Villain continues! The Totality has shattered and its pieces have been tossed across space and time. Thus, the Justice League must also split apart, forming three search teams to comb the past, present, and future to re-combine the Totality before the Legion of Doom can get its villainous hands on the cosmic weapon. What allies will our heroes find in these other timelines? In the future, it’s the Last Boy on Earth, Kamandi! But in the past, there are the familiar faces of the Justice Society of America!
ON SALE 09.04.19
$3.99 US | 32 PAGES
FC | RATED T+

JUSTICE LEAGUE #32
written by SCOTT SNYDER and JAMES TYNION IV
art by HOWARD PORTER
cover by FRANCIS MANAPUL
card stock variant cover by OLIVIER COIPEL
“The Justice Doom War” part three! Things are getting dangerous across the time stream. On one side of time, the Justice League team finds heroic purpose; on the other, it’s a future full of chaos and trial. It’s the Totality in action. If they can’t stop Lex’s Legion across all fronts, there may be only one other option: embrace Doom!
ON SALE 09.18.19
$3.99 US | 32 PAGES
CARD STOCK VARIANT COVER $4.99
FC | RATED T+

JUSTICE LEAGUE ODYSSEY #13
written by DAN ABNETT
art and cover by WILL CONRAD
variant cover by LUCIO PARRILLO
Sepulkore is activated! The entire Ghost Sector has been imprisoned and enslaved as a new realm of Apokolips, with Darkseid as its supreme ruler! Returned to power, with reborn New Gods at his side and the Ghost Sector as an implacable fortress, Darkseid sets his sights on the remaining universe! Can anyone stand in his way? Where are Justice League Odyssey? And what are the shocking identities of the heralds who now do Darkseid’s malevolent bidding?
ON SALE 09.11.19
$3.99 US | 32 PAGES
FC | RATED T+

BATMAN: UNIVERSE #3
written by BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS
art and cover by NICK DERINGTON
Available to comics shops for the first time! The hunt for the Fabergé egg and the secrets it contains continues across the DC Universe, as Batman escapes Thanagar and Gorilla City, only to land with Green Lantern on Dinosaur Island! Can these heroes stop Vandal Savage before he unlocks the egg’s secrets? Originally published in BATMAN GIANT #7 and #8.
ON SALE 09.11.19
$4.99 US | 32 PAGES | 3 OF 6
FC | RATED T

BATMAN AND THE JUSTICE LEAGUE MANGA VOL. 3 TP
written by SHIORI TESHIROGI
art and cover by SHIORI TESHIROGI
In the next chapter of the manga adventures of the World’s Greatest Super Heroes, Ocean Master has summoned a massive tidal wave to flood Gotham City! While Aquaman tries to reason with his brother, Batman is determined to stop him by any means necessary. Superman soon joins the fray, but the challenge becomes even greater when the mysterious oni known as Akurou summons a giant snake to engage the heroes. Plus, new villains arrive on the scene—Sinestro, Reverse-Flash and Cyborg Superman…and the nexus point of the greatest congestion of ley lines on Earth is revealed to be directly 
under the Batcave!
ON SALE 10.02.19
$12.99 US | 208 PAGES
FC | 5.75” x 8.1875”
ISBN: 978-1-4012-9442-7

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Space Junkies!

Co-hosts Phil Bova and Myron Rumsey are back with episode 141 of The Podcast of Oa. This episode Myron and Phil take a look at The Green Lantern #8 as Grant Morrison and Liam Sharp give readers an ode to the Hard Travelling Heroes era where Hal Jordan teams up with his old friend Ollie Queen. The two are once again after drug pushers, but this time around it’s a whole new bag in this cosmic tale of greed and corruption.  All that and we talk about the Teen Lantern and DCeased #2.

The Podcast of Oa is the official podcast of The Blog of Oa and a proud member of the Comics Podcast Network. Share your comments and questions by calling the show’s voicemail line at 406-PODOFOA (406-763-6362) while Skype users can leave a voicemail on the show’s account, blogofoa. Send your emails to podcast@blogofoa.com. You can also find the Blog and Podcast of Oa on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

The Podcast of Oa is sponsored by Heroes Your Mom Threw Out Comic Shop. Green Lantern and other related characters are the copyrighted property of DC Comics Inc. and are used without permission. The Blog of Oa and The Podcast of Oa are fan productions and do not claim any ownership over the Green Lantern or any other copyrighted properties.

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The Podcast of Oa on Spotify (https://open.spotify.com/show/0H0zOqRShuSujQmRjtG7aM)
JLMay show listing (https://www.blogofoa.com/2019/04/blackest-night-takes-the-center-stage-for-jlmay.html)
Worlds Finest Collection Green Lantern Box Review (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ttZbr97bQ0E)
Blackest Night Reading Order (https://www.comicbookherald.com/reading-dc-comics/green-lantern-reading-order/blackest-night-reading-order/)

Show Notes:
00:00:00 Intro/Green Lantern Discussion
00:25:42 The Green Lantern #8
00:48:46 Closing

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The Blog of OA by Myron Rumsey - 1M ago
“This is an original Adams, right?”

Green Lantern and Green Arrow – just saying the names of these two characters in the same breath conjures up a number of iconic comic book images. Odds are one of those images is the cover to Green Lantern #76, the 1970 issue that launched the “Hard Travelling Heroes” run of socially conscious stories by Denny O’Neil and Neal Adams.  Another one is likely the cover to Green Lantern #85, the infamous “Snowbirds Don’t Fly” issue where the O’Neil/Adams creative team tackled the issue of drug addiction by showing Green Arrow sidekick Speedy using Heroin.  This week’s The Green Lantern #8 shows clear reference to those stories not only in terms of the issue’s narrative but in the wonderful cover which cleverly serves as a cosmic mashup of those two iconic covers.

Grant Morrison’s script draws heavily from the 1970’s but it also gathers inspiration from none other that Jack “King” Kirby, the comics legend who, among so many notable contributions, left an indelible mark on the Green Arrow character as a part of his legacy.  As much as Morrison has made a habit of including all of the elements of Hal Jordan’s history in the first eight issues of this series he gives Ollie Queen the same treatment here. From Ollie’s grounded perspective on humanity to his skillful chili artisanry it’s all here.  Even the wonderfully absurd “Xeen Arrow” character from Kirby’s 1958 tale, “Prisoners of Dimension Zero!”, plays a major role in drawing Hal and Ollie together.

Morrison flips the script by giving the drug story cosmic origins as an interstellar drug pusher is muscling in on another drug kingpin’s livelihood, prompting gang violence targeting the upstart and the mudball of a planet where he’s getting his supply.  Of course that mudball is Earth, where we learn that the upstart Glorigold DeGrand, also from the aforementioned obscure story in Adventure Comics #253, is trading a cheap trip for the highest of prices – your soul.  Unlike the in your face storytelling that typified the “Hard Travelling Heroes” stories, the social commentary is still there but not in such a hamfisted manner.  Morrison’s tale involves the “little people” who literally sell their souls for a pittance to a hierarchy which only benefits the elites who profit at their expense.

This crime story is about to get a little out of hand.

Then there is the friendship which has survived deaths, crises and the blackest of nights.  Ollie and Hal are two men whose evergreen friendship is built on love and respect and the power of honesty that is given freedom as a result.  Sure Hal and Ollie can bust each others chops and chide each other over the choices they’ve made in their lives, but at the end of the day their ability to do so from a place of caring gives them something that Bruce Wayne and Clark Kent have never had.  As much as Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman are revered as the “trinity”, I’ve personally felt that Hal Jordan, Ollie Queen and Barry Allen were a far better and more interesting combination.  Morrison gets the depth of their friendship and as Ollie and Hal share a few moments the two spar as Ollie presses Hal to spend less time in space and more grounding himself in the problems on Earth while simultaneously poking at Hal’s love life.  Hal in return does what he so often does when he doesn’t want to explain the complications of his life, he deflects the conversation somewhere else.  It also presents the most literal of references to their past as Hal admires the “original Adams” artwork hanging in Ollie’s abode.

Hal and Ollie’s investigation leads them to discovering the giant Xeen Arrow from Dimension Zero, who himself was tracking DeGrand, who then confronts the heroes and pits the two against each other thanks to his mind altering sirens.  It all comes to a head as Hal and Ollie must overcome the bad trip they’ve been sent on in order to save the Earth from the hit man’s attack from his perch on the Moon.  Luckily there’s one giant sized arrow lying about that Ollie helps Hal propel from a giant bow construct that allows the two to take out the sniper in a piece of extreme range precision firing that saves the day.  If you don’t think this issue is preposterously fun just re-read those last three sentences again out loud!

While DeGrand gets away Hal and Ollie have to rescue the dying Xeen Arrow.  Who else saves the day but a Xeen Lantern and this wonderfully absurd team-up is only one hug and a promise away from completion.  That is until we get up-ended as the hitman, Azmomza, reports his failure back to the crime lord Brotorr back on the crime world Hadea-Maxima only to be killed by Sinestro.  Sinestro you say!?  Well maybe, but while he certainly looks like the David Niven inspired villain of old the color scheme doesn’t line up right, in fact it’s inverted.  Like, say, maybe what a Sinestro from another universe might look like.  Hmmmm!

Even when the going gets rough their friendship still shines through.

As much as this issue is a great narrative tribute to some of the creators who’ve shaped the comics landscape, there is just as much inspiration apparent in the visual contributions of Liam Sharp, Steve Oliff and letterer Tom Orzechowski.  Sharp utilizes a lot of same angle choices and exaggerated facial expressions that Adams was prone to using back in the day.  There’s also some great panel design work as Hal and Ollie try to overcome the effects of the Sirens, with the panels literally sagging around the two heroes as they try to fend off the psychedelic effects they’ve been exposed to.  Sharp’s combines Kirby’s Xeen Lantern with Adam’s character design to great effect, and even his Xeen Lantern features the classic Silver Age Green Lantern design.  There is one slight faux pas in the issue which only serves as a minor distraction in a panel where either the Green Lantern logo was colored over or forgotten on Hal’s uniform.

Oliff makes some great coloring choices which showcases the difference between Hadea-Maxima and Earth.  The use of fiery reddish and yellow colors for the crime drive planet are great choices as they give the reader visual cues to this being a place of seething violence.  Meanwhile Oliff chooses a darker, muddier palette for Earth which symbolically portrays the “in the gutters” problems that Ollie implores Hal to get in touch with.  The muted palette also serves as a great visual contrast to all the greens that come into use when coloring a book starring two characters with the color in their names.

The Green Lantern #8 is one of the most outrageously fun issues I’ve read in some time.  Grant Morrison evokes both 1950’s Jack Kirby and 1970’s Denny O’Neil in a story that still manages to stick to the series basic foundation of being a police procedure despite all of the wonderful absurdity packed into the issue’s 24 pages.  Liam Sharp completes the road trip to the Bronze Age with some great nods of his own to Neal Adams.  This issue is another in what has been a great run of one of the best books DC has on the stands these days.  Ten out of ten lanterns.

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Villainous Origins

Podcast of Oa Episode 140 focuses on a couple of retro reviews that highlight the origins of two Green Lantern opponents.  First Phil Bova talks about Hank Henshaw and the tragic event which turned him into Cyborg Superman.  While we talked about the modern origin of Black Hand in our last Episode, Myron takes us back to 1964 with the character original Silver Age debut.  Myron talks about the recent release of the Worlds Finest Collection Green Lantern box and the two co-hosts respond to recent listener feedback.

The Podcast of Oa is the official podcast of The Blog of Oa and a proud member of the Comics Podcast Network. Share your comments and questions by calling the show’s voicemail line at 406-PODOFOA (406-763-6362) while Skype users can leave a voicemail on the show’s account, blogofoa. Send your emails to podcast@blogofoa.com. You can also find the Blog and Podcast of Oa on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

The Podcast of Oa is sponsored by Heroes Your Mom Threw Out Comic Shop. Green Lantern and other related characters are the copyrighted property of DC Comics Inc. and are used without permission. The Blog of Oa and The Podcast of Oa are fan productions and do not claim any ownership over the Green Lantern or any other copyrighted properties.

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JLMay show listing (https://www.blogofoa.com/2019/04/blackest-night-takes-the-center-stage-for-jlmay.html)
Worlds Finest Collection Green Lantern Box Review (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ttZbr97bQ0E)

Show Notes:
00:00:00 Intro/Green Lantern News
00:09:51 Retro Review – Tales of the Sinestro Corps: Cyborg Superman
00:26:13 Retro Review – Green Lantern #29 (1964)
00:44:22 Listener Feedback/Closing

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The Death Battle team has pitted Hal Jordan vs. Ben 10 in their latest video, out today.  It’s filled with an overview of both characters abilities before the outrageous fit begins – who’s going to come out on top!?

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