New This Week from DC Comics: GREEN LANTERN #12

On Tuesday, June 11th, DC Comics is set to release GREEN LANTERN (2023) #12!

Here’s a look at the covers, the storyline, and preview pages for this week’s new release from DC Comics on New Comic Book Day! #NCBD

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GREEN LANTERN #12

Discovery”
Written by Jeremy Adams

Art by Xermanico
Colors by Romulo Fajardo Jr.
Letters by Dave Sharpe

HOUSE OF BRAINIAC TIE-IN STORY:
Guy’s Bogus Lobo Adventure” – Part Three

Written by Jeremy Adams
Art by Kevin Maguire
Colors by Rosemary Cheetham

Covers & Cover Artists:
Cover A by Xermanico
Cover B by Evan “Doc” Shaner (Card Stock Variant)
Cover C by Gleb Melnikov (Card Stock Variant)
Cover D by Keron Grant (Card Stock Variant)

SRP: $4.99 (Cover A)/$5.99 (Covers B-D)
In Shops: Jun 11, 2024

HOUSE OF BRAINIAC TIE-IN!

Having uncovered the truth behind the United Planets, Hal and the rest of the 2814 lanterns desperately try to escape the hands of the United Planets’ Lanterns, Ring Hunters, and the terrifying Unseen! Only a former ally gives Hal a chance of survival, but will they be too late to save him from certain doom?! Plus, Guy Gardner’s bogus Lobo adventure gets somehow even crazier. Don’t ask us how; we just work here.

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