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Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Superman – Ending Battle | Comics

Clark Kent and his childhood friend Pete Ross were watching actions from a game of Smallville football. Pete is joined by his wife Lana Lang and they head to the Capitol building with Clark following behind. As the two enters the building, cables from all around the building starts to grow and corner up the whole structure.

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Superman – Ending Battle | Comics

It's the super villain Master Jailer who comes attacking everyone of the building but he is not here for Pete Ross, all he wants is Superman. As the Man of Steel shows up, Neutron also appears and Superman successfully takes both down, before they implicit any serious harm. Next up, Automic Skull attacks on the Kent farm on Smallville, Kansas but Superman saved the day in time.

Soon, all the people related to Clark Kent starts falling under attack by various super criminals. After Lois is attacked at the Daily Planet by Evil Star along with others, it seems like everyone who is somehow linked to Clark Kent are placed in Steelworks. Superman went on to investigate about the mystery behind all these weird happenings.

When he met Lex Luthor in person about these incidents, they both were under attack by The Elite and they reveal that Manchester Black, the super powered psychic and former nemesis of Superman is orchestrating the whole attack schemes on his friends, which Cyborg Superman confirms later. After a while, a remotely mind-controlled Bizarro, Master Jailer, Metallo, Mongul and Silver Banshee face Superman in the ending battle.

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The Achilles Agenda

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01. Superman V2 186

02. Adventures of Superman 608

03. Superman - Man of Steel 130

04. Action Comics 795

05. Superman V2 187

06. Adventures of Superman 609

07. Superman - Man of Steel 131

08. Action Comics 796

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Superman – Ending Battle

Ending Battle is a 2002 crossover comic-book story arc from DC Comics that ran through the four major monthly ongoing Superman titles. Creator/writer Geoff Johns (Blackest Night, Flash – Rebirth) and Joe Kelly (Emperor Joker, Justice League Elite) were the ones responsible to create this arc, where Superman has a great battle with the super-powered psychic villain Manchester Black and a whole bunch of mind controlled villains like Bizarro, Master Jailer, Metallo, Mongul and Silver Banshee.

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The Boiling Point

Artist Brandon Badeaux, Derec Aucoin, Duncan Rouleau (M. Rex, Metal Men) and Pasqual Ferry (Adam Strange – Planet Heist, Mister Miracle) did the notable artworks of the story arc revolving around the issues that cross-over in different series.
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Friday, December 19, 2003

Green Lantern Corps | Comics

As the Guardians of the Universe’s age old attempt to create a unique inter-galactic peace keeping force that will serve justice and maintain order, the Green Lantern Corps were born. Picking up worthy candidates from around the galaxy, the Guardians armed them with a magnificent weapon; a power ring of Ion that is fueled by the willpower of its bearer.

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Green Lantern Corps | Comics

From the beginning of the corps the Green Lanterns are being stationed to patrol over various fractions of the universe that is referred as sectors. Over time, the corps has enlisted many alien species to its rank including a few humans from earth. Former gym teacher Guy Gardner, an architect John Stewart, a freelance artist Kyle Rayner and there came test pilot Hal Jordan who were the human host of the power of ion.

All the Lanterns chosen from earth managed to make a name for them and among whole corps, Hal Jordan is considered as the greatest of them all. Kyle Rayner has also made it large to be remembered as one of the greatest. They were also members of JLA, Justice League International and various other teams. From Crisis on Infinite Earths to the Sinestro Corps War, the Lanterns always made their stand against evil’s way.

The Corps was instrumental along with Superman of the two Earths in stopping Superboy-Prime’s rampage during Infinite Crisis that cost them many corps member just to tame the unstable Kryptonian. The foretold events of Blackest Night, the Corps almost got dismantled in the wake of the demon Nekron and his Black Lantern Corps.

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Green Lantern Corps (Comics) Wikipedia

Green Lantern Corps (Comics) DC Wikia

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The Corps Assembled

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Showcase Presents – Green Lantern Vol 02

Green Lantern – Tales of The Green Lantern Corps Vol 01

DC Universe – The Stories of Alan Moore

Tales of the Green Lantern Corps Vol 03

Green Lantern – The New Corps

Justice League of America – The Nail

Green Lantern – Rebirth

Absolute Green Lantern – Rebirth

Green Lantern Corps – Recharge

Infinite Crisis

Green Lantern Corps – To Be A Lantern

Green Lantern Corps – The Dark Side of Green

Green Lantern – The Sinestro Corps Wars Vol 01

Green Lantern – Tales of the Sinestro Corps

Green Lantern – The Sinestro Corps Wars Vol 02

Green Lantern Corps – Ring Quest

Green Lantern Corps – Sins of the Star Sapphire

Green Lantern Corps – Emerald Eclipse

Blackest Night – Tales of the Corps

Green Lantern Corps – Blackest Night

Blackest Night – Black Lantern Corps Vol 01

Blackest Night – Black Lantern Corps Vol 02

Following the creation of the fictional Green Lantern character, writer John Broome and artist Gil Kane has made up the idea of the Green Lantern Corps series that made its first appearance in 1959 from DC Comics. After the Flashpoint event, most of the DC Comics monthly ongoing has undergone a drastic change, where the series remains mostly unchanged and unaffected in The New 52.

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Warriors of Light

Over the course of its monthly publication various writers like Steve Englehart, Joey Cavalieri, Dave Gibbons, Keith Champagne, Peter Tomasi (Black Adam – The Dark Age, Forever Evil – Arkham War) and Sterling Gates and also a bunch of talented illustrators like Joe Staton, Gil Kane, Patrick Gleason (Aquaman, Noble Causes), Luke Ross, Ardian Syaf (Brightest Day, Flashpoint – Emperor Aquaman), Tyler Kirkham (Deathstroke – New 52, Earth 2 – World's End), Scott Kolins (The Flash, Superman/Batman) and Freddie E. Williams II (Green Arrow, Seven Soldiers – Mister Miracle) has contributed to the progress of the series.
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Sunday, November 9, 2003

Sinestro | Comics

Before his fall from the grace, Thaal Sinestro of Korugar was chosen by the Guardians of the Universe as a member of the Green Lantern Corps for his fearlessness. Aside from protecting his assigned Sector 1417, he became one of the greatest among all. He even took Hal Jordan as a rookie under his tutelage who turned out to be the greatest Green Lantern ever.

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Sinestro | Comics

He was a close friend to Abin Sur and was married to his sister Arin Sur. Following Abin Sur’s death at the hands of Atrocitus, Sinestro becomes stressful and eventually became a dictator of Korugar and led him to conflict with the Corps. With help from the Weaponers of Qward, Sinestro then forged a yellow power ring to oppose the Green Lantern Corps when during banishment to the Antimatter Universe.

Sinestro was imprisoned in the Central Power Battery throughout Crisis on Infinite Earths but he defeated the Green Lanterns and The Parallax after draining the Oan Power Battery. With the return of Parallax afterwards, he also returned and joined Lex Luthor's Secret Society after clashing with Kyle Rayner and Green Arrow.

As the Multiverse was restored on post Infinite Crisis, the Anti-Monitor was resurrected and the Sinestro Corps was formed for Sinestro Corps War. In the aftermath of the war the Red Lantern Corps is formed and led by Atrocitus, who crucified him. Sinestro fought the demon Nekron in Blackest Night alongside the other spectrum Corps and had a fierce encounter with the dreaded Mongul regarding taking back the charge of the Corps back from him.

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Sinestro (Comics) Wikipedia

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The Second Rebirth

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Green Lantern – Emerald Dawn

Green Lantern – Emerald Dawn II

Green Lantern – Will World

Showcase Presents – Green Lantern Vol 01

Showcase Presents – Green Lantern Vol 02

Crisis on Multiple Earths – The Team Ups Vol 02

Crisis on Infinite Earths

Absolute Crisis on Infinite Earths

History of the DC Universe (Softcover)

History of the DC Universe (Hardcover)


Countdown to Infinite Crisis – Villains United

Green Lantern – Rebirth (Softcover)

Green Lantern – Rebirth (Hardcover)

Absolute Green Lantern – Rebirth

Infinite Crisis (Softcover)

Infinite Crisis (Hardcover)

Infinite Crisis Companion

Superman – Infinite Crisis

Green Lantern – The Sinestro Corps Wars Vol 01

Green Lantern – Tales of the Sinestro Corps

Green Lantern – The Sinestro Corps Wars Vol 02

Absolute Green Lantern – The Sinestro Corps Wars

Booster Gold – 52 Pick-Up

Green Lantern – Secret Origin

Green Lantern – Rage of the Red Lanterns

Blackest Night (Softcover)

Blackest Night (Hardcover)

Absolute Blackest Night

Green Lantern – Blackest Night

Green Lantern Corps – The Weaponer (Softcover)

Green Lantern Corps – The Weaponer (Hardcover)

Green Lantern – Brightest Day

Green Lantern – War of the Green Lanterns

Making his debut on the second volume of monthly ongoing Green Lantern issue #7 in 1961, Sinestro is a major antagonist character in the fictional universe of DC Comics. Writer John Broome and artist Gil Kane was responsible for the introduction of the character that was introduced as a hero and would become one of the greatest villains in the long run. Sinestro was also quite influential in Brightest Day and War of the Green Lanterns.

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In Brightest Day

Since the “Flashpoint” crossover event rebooted the entire timeline, Sinestro emerged with a new starting point in The New 52. Other than appearing in DC’s regular continuity, there is a few other version of Sinestro that exists in the 52 Multiverse, Futures End and Injustice – Gods Among Us continuity.

In other media, Sinestro appeared on Superman – The Animated Series, Justice League, Justice League Unlimited, Static Shock, The Batman and Batman – The Brave and the Bold TV Series. The role was voiced by Victor Garber in the animated feature Green Lantern – First Flight and by Jason Isaacs in Green Lantern – Emerald Knights. Actor Mark Strong portrayed Sinestro in the live-action Green Lantern movie in 2011.
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