Written by PETER J. TOMASI and PATRICK GLEASON Art by IVAN REIS and JOE PRADO Covers by PATRICK GLEASON and MICK GRAY Variant cover by ANDREW ROBINSON Retailers: This issue will ship with two covers. Please see the order form for details.“MULTIPLICITY” part one! The New Super-Man of China has been taken! The Red Son Superman of Earth-30 has been beaten! And who knows what’s happened to Sunshine Superman! Someone is collecting Supermen across the Multiverse—this looks like a job for our Kal-El as he is joined by Justice Incarnate in this multi-Earth epic! On sale JANUARY 4 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T Written by PETER J. TOMASI and PATRICK GLEASON Art by DOUG MAHNKE and JAIME MENDOZA Cover by PATRICK GLEASON and MICK GRAY Variant cover by ANDREW ROBINSON Retailers: This issue will ship with two covers. Please see the order form for details.“MULTIPLICITY” part two! Superman and New Super-Man fight alongside an army of Supermen from across the Multiverse against the threat trying to wipe them all out of existence! Plus, Jon and his neighbor Kathy investigate a hidden horror that seems to be growing in their town. On sale JANUARY 18 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T
Adventures of Kenan and Kal-El and Jon’s solo adventure? Nice.
“We all fall apart along the way, but it’s those who decide to pick up the pieces and sew them back together who deserve better. They are the strong, the ones willing to fight for a better tomorrow.” - xhydnx
Throughout their adventures, Team Teen (consisting of Kim
Possible, Danny Phantom, Jenny Wakeman, Jake Long, and Ben Tennyson)
have met up with heroes around the globe, cross time and space, and even
those from alternate worlds. In order to fight a dangerous enemy that
threatens to enslave the entire multiverse, Team Teen began recruiting
members from different dimensions who not only share intel, but also
engage in monthly video chats, to better understand one another and
their respective worlds.
Reading more on that multiverse theory thing a bit and okay okay. We all know (or a good portion know) that there’s a theory that we’re in another universe after switching over due to the fight over Berenstein bears vs Bearenstain. So, okay, remember that whole ‘universe going to end in 2012′?
What if it did?
Hear me out, I can’t be the only one who keeps thinking something feel slightly…off, ever since that year, right? Nothing you can place, but like all the furniture in the house was moved an inch to the left. You know? What if that universe did end but we just switched conciousness over to another one? A very, very simliar one with only slight differences?
Or it was a misprint and I’ve been reading/watching too much sci-fy.
STAR TREK / GREEN LANTERN #1 Cover by Francesco Francavilla
Finally revealed at WonderCon today! :) Here’s IDW’s PR:
San Diego, CA (April 4, 2015) – IDW Publishing, CBS Consumer Products and DC Entertainment announced today that they will boldly go where no one has gone before…in brightest day, in blackest night. Two iconic franchises will meet this summer in a legendary crossover event with the release of a six-part comic book miniseries, STAR TREK/GREEN LANTERN: THE SPECTRUM WAR. Both Star Trek and Green Lantern are known for their strong cast of interstellar characters and when they come together for the first time this July, fans new and old are sure to experience a galaxy-sized thrill.
STAR TREK/GREEN LANTERN: THE SPECTRUM WAR is six-part monthly mini-series and will be written by veteran Star Trek comic writer Mike Johnson with interior art by Angel Hernandez (INFINITE CRISIS: FIGHT FOR THE MULTIVERSE, ARROW). STAR TREK/GREEN LANTERN: THE SPECTRUM WAR #1 will be available in stores and online in July, boasting covers from Gabriel Rodriguez,Francesco Francavilla,Elsa Charretier, and Garry Brown. Following issues will feature covers from an amazing lineup that includes Declan Shalvey, Marc Laming, and more!
“We’ve looked forward to bringing these two iconic universes together for a long time,” said Greg Goldstein, IDW President and COO. “Star Trek and Green Lantern both share so many of the same science-fiction adventure themes and ideals, that a galaxy-spanning crossover like this is simply…logical.”
“Green Lantern is one of the most popular, storied characters in the history of comic books and a modern DC Comics icon.
An entire universe of Green Lanterns and other supporting characters have grown out from his original adventures in the 1940’s, and this series really showcases the intergalactic scope of the franchise,” said Bob Harras, Editor-in-Chief of DC Comics.
A pop culture mainstay for almost 50 years, Star Trek’s fan base continues to grow exponentially with the new feature films in 2009 and 2013. Now all Star Trek fans can watch their favorite U.S.S. Enterprise crew members meet Hal Jordan and the entire Green Lantern Corps in an adventure that spans space, time and all the colors of the spectrum. Set in Star Trek’s 23rd Century, the balance of the universe will be tested when the Green Lantern Corps’ Power Rings come into the possession of certain Star Trek characters while a dark and powerful evil looms around every corner. Only the combined power of the Green Lantern Corp and the Federation stand any chance of stopping those who worship evil’s might.