Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps and Batwoman to end in August

DC Comics’ August solicitations bring the official word that both Batwoman and Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps will end their runs in August, with issues #18 and #50, respectively.

The full solicitations are below:

HAL JORDAN AND THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #50

  • written by ROBERT VENDITTI
  • art and cover by RAFA SANDOVAL and JORDI TARRAGONA
  • variant cover by TYLER KIRKHAM
  • This. Is. It! It’s an extra-sized anniversary celebration, and one of the biggest battles the Green Lantern Corps has ever fought to mark the occasion. John Stewart issues a dramatic order: no lethal force! The Green Lanterns need to prove they can keep law and order in the universe without killing. Elsewhere, Hal Jordan faces down Tomar-Tu, and looks to use the Darkstars’ armor as a weapon against them—with some psychic help from Hector Hammond (who probably shouldn’t be trusted).
  • ON SALE 08.08.18
  • $3.99 US | 40 PAGES
  • FC | RATED T

 

 

BATWOMAN #18

  • written by MARGUERITE BENNETT
  • art by FERNANDO BLANCO
  • cover by DAN PANOSIAN
  • variant cover by MICHAEL CHO
  • It’s the series finale, and there’s a lot of drama to resolve for Kate Kane, both in and out of costume. As Batwoman, she teams with Renee Montoya to thwart Clock King’s latest time-bending enterprise: selling a drug that allows criminals to know if their crime will be successful—before it’s committed. But Batwoman’s facing a quandary to boot: Take this drug off the street, or use it herself to stop crime? The only fight tougher is the personal one: Should Kate and Renee give their relationship another chance?
  • ON SALE 08.15.18
  • $3.99 US | 32 PAGES
  • FC | RATED T+
  • FINAL ISSUE

 

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Kevin Sharp

While I have experience in a variety of creative writing disciplines, comics have always been my first love. From alternating Batman & Green Lantern as childhood Halloween costumes, to getting punched in my adolescent heart by Love & Rockets, to playing sidekick to the legendary Len Wein, I feel like the medium and the characters are part of my DNA.