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DC Comics released their solicitations for July of 2022 and it will be another month without a Green Lantern-centric book.  You’d think that DC would publish a mini or something to keep the brand going while we wait for Dark Crisis to end, but such is not the case.  You won’t find any verbal reference to any of the Green Lanterns in the solicitations, save for what might be a Green Lantern entering The Jurassic League limited series.  Otherwise, several lanterns appear on the cover of a Superman issue, and Guy Gardner is shown on the cover of a collected edition that comes out in October.  Sadly, that’s all for now.

Superman: Son of Kal-El #13
Variant cover by A.L. KAPLAN
1:25 variant cover by CLAYTON HENRY
$3.99 US | 32 pages | Variant $4.99 US (card stock)
ON SALE 7/12/22

It’s the dramatic DCU debut of Dreamer! When every hero on Earth is threatened by Henry Bendix’s machinations, it’s a race against time for Dreamer to warn Superman before it happens! But will this mysterious new ally’s premonition become a nightmare for Jonathan Kent?

The Jurassic League #3
Variant cover by GUSTAVO DUARTE
$3.99 US | 32 pages | 3 of 6 | Variant $4.99 US (card stock)
ON SALE 7/12/22

With Wonderdon entering the fray to help Batsaur and Supersaur defeat Brontozarro, the Jurassic League has officially formed! But Darkseid’s mysterious machinations continue to reveal themselves, and this Triassic trinity might not be enough to stop him. Luckily a heroic hadrosaur has joined the battle. Enter the Green Torch!


Who’s Who Omnibus, Vol. 2
Written by VARIOUS
Cover by BRIAN BOLLAND, GEORGE PÉREZ, and others
$150.00 US | 1,216 pages | 7 1/16″ x 10 7/8″ | Hardcover
ISBN: 978-1-77951-519-3
ON SALE 9/6/22

DC’s encyclopedia of heroes and villains steps into the 1990s in this massive hardcover continuing the classic Who’s Who biography series! Also includes the spin-off series Who’s Who in the Legion of Super-Heroes, spotlighting DC’s greatest team of the 30th century. Collects Who’s Who in the Legion of Super-Heroes #1-7, Who’s Who in the DC Universe #1-16, and Who’s Who in the DC Universe Update 1993 #1-2.


4 Replies to “Green Lantern Solicitations for July 2022”

  1. Well, I’m sure Dark Crisis will have some GL involvement. Also, JL vs LOSH (i.e. “The Gold Lantern Saga”) has been very GL-centric, with the Guardians of the Universe creating a new Gold Lantern Corps to continue the legacy of the Green Lantern Corps in the 30th Century. But, yeah — hard pressed to think of another time when we haven’t had a monthly GL book for this long. Maybe the 80’s when GLC was cancelled and Hal Jordan was shuffled over to Action Comics Weekly for a bit.

  2. This may be a good jumping off point for me. I really haven’t enjoyed anything GL since HJ&tglc anyway. I’ll keep watching your website and see if things get better.

  3. As an Avid Collector, I’ve read, bagged and boarded my GL books since 1989. When Grant Morrison came on, I was super excited, but lost steam in Season 2 of his run. This new run had been ok, but I stopped buying books and went fully digital because these books don’t really have anything overly great to offer. They are missing all sorts of characters and all the fun. I like Cruz going yellow, but all the other Lanterns don’t seem to have a really big part to play. I liked what they did with Hal and John in JL Last Ride much better, I’m guessing they are trying to see how the New show is going to look so they can cross design/advertise the look and characters.

  4. Hopefully we won’t have a 4 year wait like in 1972 when the book was cancelled until’76.It wasn’t that long ago when we had 4-5 GL centric books a month!
    There is hope on the horizon though,an animated flick again and a Tv series.GL will be back stronger than ever in the books before too long,keep your lantern lit!

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