Tomorrow!!!

Tomorrow!!!

WE’LL BE ON TELEVISION TONIGHT!!!

WE’LL BE ON TELEVISION TONIGHT!!!

Good evening folks and welcome to Sean’s Moments of Remembrance. In this article I will be telling you a bit more about the deaths of some of comic book’s biggest heroes and villains but as we all know very few comic book deaths are final.In brightest day, in blackest night, No evil shall escape my sight. Let those who worship evil’s might, Beware my power, Green Lantern’s light!!!Just in case you haven’t guessed tonight’s article is Green Lantern related and tonight I am going to talk about the very first Green Lantern : Alan Ladd Wellington Scott.The first issue that Alan appeared in was All-American Comics #16 which was released in July 1940 and he died in Justice Society of America vol. 3, #54 which was released in August 2011 and he died in a very noble manner by Sacrificing himself using his Starheart to destroy D’arken… well kind of, he returned in 2012, reinvented as a gay man in the New 52… and then dies again. Hal Jordan seems to be the most popular Green Lantern but who would you say is your favourite Green Lantern?
Good evening folks and welcome to Sean’s Moments of Remembrance. In this article I will be telling you a bit more about the deaths of some of comic book’s biggest heroes and villains but as we all know very few comic book deaths are final.In brightest day, in blackest night, No evil shall escape my sight. Let those who worship evil’s might, Beware my power, Green Lantern’s light!!!Just in case you haven’t guessed tonight’s article is Green Lantern related and tonight I am going to talk about the very first Green Lantern : Alan Ladd Wellington Scott.The first issue that Alan appeared in was All-American Comics #16 which was released in July 1940 and he died in Justice Society of America vol. 3, #54 which was released in August 2011 and he died in a very noble manner by Sacrificing himself using his Starheart to destroy D’arken… well kind of, he returned in 2012, reinvented as a gay man in the New 52… and then dies again. Hal Jordan seems to be the most popular Green Lantern but who would you say is your favourite Green Lantern?

Good evening folks and welcome to Sean’s Moments of Remembrance. 

In this article I will be telling you a bit more about the deaths of some of comic book’s biggest heroes and villains but as we all know very few comic book deaths are final.

In brightest day, in blackest night, No evil shall escape my sight. Let those who worship evil’s might, Beware my power, Green Lantern’s light!!!

Just in case you haven’t guessed tonight’s article is Green Lantern related and tonight I am going to talk about the very first Green Lantern : Alan Ladd Wellington Scott.

The first issue that Alan appeared in was All-American Comics #16 which was released in July 1940 and he died in Justice Society of America vol. 3, #54 which was released in August 2011 and he died in a very noble manner by Sacrificing himself using his Starheart to destroy D’arken… well kind of, he returned in 2012, reinvented as a gay man in the New 52… and then dies again. 

Hal Jordan seems to be the most popular Green Lantern but who would you say is your favourite Green Lantern?

Fancy the look of Joe Casey’s ‘Captain Victory and the Galactic Rangers’ but are unsure whether or not you should lay down your hard-earned cash on the alter of comicbook shop capitalism? Check out my deranged ramblings here to see if it sounds like your bag, kittens.Stay classy!

Fancy the look of Joe Casey’s ‘Captain Victory and the Galactic Rangers’ but are unsure whether or not you should lay down your hard-earned cash on the alter of comicbook shop capitalism? Check out my deranged ramblings here to see if it sounds like your bag, kittens.
Stay classy!

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Saga #14

Saga #14

Saga #14

Saga #14

Saga #14

Saga #14

Saga #14

Saga #14


Dad once said that breakups are like battles. They usually involve collateral damage. When former lovers fight, innocents get caught in the crossfire. The end of a long-term relationship is so destructive, it can impact friends, colleagues, people you’ve never even met. But that’s the nice thing about collateral damage. By definition, it’s completely incidental to the mission at hand. As long as the right people win, who cares if some random nobody gets hurt in the process? Acceptable losses, etc.

Saga #10

Dad once said that breakups are like battles. They usually involve collateral damage. When former lovers fight, innocents get caught in the crossfire. The end of a long-term relationship is so destructive, it can impact friends, colleagues, people you’ve never even met. But that’s the nice thing about collateral damage. By definition, it’s completely incidental to the mission at hand. As long as the right people win, who cares if some random nobody gets hurt in the process? Acceptable losses, etc.

Saga #10

Dad once said that breakups are like battles. They usually involve collateral damage. When former lovers fight, innocents get caught in the crossfire. The end of a long-term relationship is so destructive, it can impact friends, colleagues, people you’ve never even met. But that’s the nice thing about collateral damage. By definition, it’s completely incidental to the mission at hand. As long as the right people win, who cares if some random nobody gets hurt in the process? Acceptable losses, etc.

Saga #10

Dad once said that breakups are like battles. They usually involve collateral damage. When former lovers fight, innocents get caught in the crossfire. The end of a long-term relationship is so destructive, it can impact friends, colleagues, people you’ve never even met. But that’s the nice thing about collateral damage. By definition, it’s completely incidental to the mission at hand. As long as the right people win, who cares if some random nobody gets hurt in the process? Acceptable losses, etc.

Saga #10

Dad once said that breakups are like battles. They usually involve collateral damage. When former lovers fight, innocents get caught in the crossfire. The end of a long-term relationship is so destructive, it can impact friends, colleagues, people you’ve never even met. But that’s the nice thing about collateral damage. By definition, it’s completely incidental to the mission at hand. As long as the right people win, who cares if some random nobody gets hurt in the process? Acceptable losses, etc.

Saga #10

Dad once said that breakups are like battles. They usually involve collateral damage. When former lovers fight, innocents get caught in the crossfire. The end of a long-term relationship is so destructive, it can impact friends, colleagues, people you’ve never even met. But that’s the nice thing about collateral damage. By definition, it’s completely incidental to the mission at hand. As long as the right people win, who cares if some random nobody gets hurt in the process? Acceptable losses, etc.

Saga #10

Dad once said that breakups are like battles. They usually involve collateral damage. When former lovers fight, innocents get caught in the crossfire. The end of a long-term relationship is so destructive, it can impact friends, colleagues, people you’ve never even met. But that’s the nice thing about collateral damage. By definition, it’s completely incidental to the mission at hand. As long as the right people win, who cares if some random nobody gets hurt in the process? Acceptable losses, etc.

Saga #10

Dad once said that breakups are like battles. They usually involve collateral damage. When former lovers fight, innocents get caught in the crossfire. The end of a long-term relationship is so destructive, it can impact friends, colleagues, people you’ve never even met. But that’s the nice thing about collateral damage. By definition, it’s completely incidental to the mission at hand. As long as the right people win, who cares if some random nobody gets hurt in the process? Acceptable losses, etc.

Saga #10

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There’s an article about SAGA in the latest issue of Time magazine! Here’s Fiona Staples’ illustration for it.

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There’s an article about SAGA in the latest issue of Time magazine! Here’s Fiona Staples’ illustration for it.


↳ Saga Cover Gallery (#1-20) by Fiona Staples

↳ Saga Cover Gallery (#1-20) by Fiona Staples

↳ Saga Cover Gallery (#1-20) by Fiona Staples

↳ Saga Cover Gallery (#1-20) by Fiona Staples

↳ Saga Cover Gallery (#1-20) by Fiona Staples

↳ Saga Cover Gallery (#1-20) by Fiona Staples

↳ Saga Cover Gallery (#1-20) by Fiona Staples

↳ Saga Cover Gallery (#1-20) by Fiona Staples

↳ Saga Cover Gallery (#1-20) by Fiona Staples

↳ Saga Cover Gallery (#1-20) by Fiona Staples

Saga Cover Gallery (#1-20) by Fiona Staples

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