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  • Green Lantern: John Stewart: A Celebration Of 50 Years (Hardcover)

    Universe: DC
    Authors: Geoff Johns, and 2 more
    Artists: Neal Adams, and Various Artists
    Published by: DC Comics

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Five decades after his first appearance, this volume collects the greatest moments of the groundbreaking, fan-favourite Green Lantern, John Stewart! Created by comic book legends Dennis O’Neil and Neal Adams, John Stewart changed both DC’s fictional universe and the comics industry itself.

Introduced as a substitute for Hal Jordan, DC’s primary Green Lantern, John Stewart was DC’s first Black superhero, and over the years grew from a back-up player to a main character and arguably the most recognisable Green Lantern. Stewart starred in the Green Lantern series for a time and later his own series, Green Lantern: Mosaic, and was featured in other media adaptations including the beloved Justice League cartoon.

Fifty years following John Stewart’s debut, this collection highlights the character’s greatest moments over the decades; both space-faring and Earth-bound, from his first appearance in the legendary O’Neil/Adams Green Lantern run, to taking over from Hal Jordan as Earth’s Green Lantern, and being re-christened as the first mortal Guardian of the Universe.

This volume includes Green Lantern Vol. 2 #87, #182, #185, Green Lantern Vol. 3 #74, #156, Green Lantern Vol. 4 #49, Green Lantern: Mosaic #18, and Justice League of America #110.

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Publisher
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Wednesday Comics
Binding
  • Hardback
Cat. No.
  • 5163816
EAN
  • 9781779511256
ISBN
  • 9781779511256