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Joshua Hale Fialkov is doing double-duty in the Green Lantern universe, with his newly-announced runs on "Green Lantern Corps" and "Red Lanterns." Joining him is hot up-and-coming artist Alessandro Vitti. Hear from both about what we can expect from everybody's favorite rage-filled Lanterns!

Joshua Hale Fialkov Interview:

GEEK: What is the essence of the Red Lanterns, in your opinion? Are they fun to write?

JOSHUA HALE FIALKOV: Y'know, for me, what I love about them is that they aren't wrong. Their methodology might be repugnant, but, they get results in a way that the GLC can't. They're, for lack of a better word, proactive. They're getting out there and actually saving people AND meting out justice in their own way. That's a lot of what's going on in our version of the book. And, yeah, they're so much fun to write, because they're amorality comes in the form of one of the most dangerous weapons on earth. What could be better? Read More...

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As we reported this morning, up-and-comers Justin Jordan and Brad Walker will be the new team on the Green Lantern spinoff book "New Guardians." We caught up with Jordan and Walker to get the scoop on this new phase of the popular comic book.

Justin Jordan Interview:

GEEK: You're currently working with the adventures of Superboy, and now you're making the leap deep into space; how do you make that transition as your write?

JUSTIN JORDAN: With some difficulty. Heh. There is a mental gear shift I need to do. "Superboy" is a pretty big book, in terms of the action and the kind of things we can do - it's good book to take advantage of the idea that comics have no budget, so I can have Superboy batting a character into outerspace using a skyscraper as a bat. Read More...

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Larfleeze is one of the most cult-favorite characters of the Green Lantern universe. Now the powerhouse team of Keith Giffen and Scott Kolins are going to bring you the continuing adventures of the Orange Lantern. MTV Geek chatted with the duo about their new book:

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Soon, Joshua Hale Fialkov and Bernard Chang will embark on a whole new era for "Green Lantern Corps." The two chat with MTV Geek about what we can expect from their run on the title:

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GEEK: What is it like to jump from vampires to aliens?

JOSHUA HALE FIALKOV: I don't really think about my characters that way, to be honest. I want to tell compelling stories that get to the core of who a character is, and, more importantly, how that relates to my own emotional experience. In other words, I'm a selfish jerk. I think a lot of the issues that surround these characters are pretty similar though. With great power, and all of that, so you get to really explore the consequences and long term effects of that. Read More...

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As we reported earlier today, "Green Lantern" has a brand-new creative team: Robert Venditti and Billy Tan. MTV Geek chatted with the two about filling in the mighty big shoes of previous GL team Geoff Johns and Doug Mahnke -- and what fans can look forward to in the future! Read More...

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It's a new era for Green Lantern: DC Comics has just officially announced the new creative teams for all their GL titles:

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The team of Robert Venditti and Billy Tan will pick from where Geoff Johns and Doug Mahnke left off on the GL flagship title. Read More...

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Dragon*Con recently posted an official statement regarding its co-founder Edward Kramer's financial relationship to the popular convention. Kramer is currently facing child-molestation charges that date back to 2000.

In their statement, Dragon*Con admits that they "are as troubled by this circumstance as anyone else," but admit that Kramer remains a stockholder in the show despite their wishes to the contrary.

There has been a number of people in the science-fiction/comic community calling for a boycott of Dragon*Con based on Kramer's involvement with the show; they include author Nancy A. Collins and Stephen Bissette. Their reasoning is: if there is any chance that Kramer can financially benefit from Dragon*Con, attending the show either as a guest or a fan would be unconscionable. Read More...

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"Downton Abbey" fans can read about the origins of their favorite show on February 20th, when Bluewater's "Lady Almina: The Real Downton Abbey" becomes available as a comic book.

Part of the publisher's "Female Force" series, the bio-comic focuses on the at-times scandalous life of Lady Almina -- the real-life inspiration for "Downton Abbey". Read More...

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No, not that guy -- the other one! Black Bat started life as a pulp hero from the 1930s, recently got new life in the mini-series "Masks," and now has his own ongoing series from Dynamite Entertainment in May!

Brian Buccellato (DC's "The Flash") and Ronan Cliquet ("Green Hornet"), bring you a new type of vigilante: Read More...

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The new Joker, Pandora, and a weird and wonderful Swamp Thing headline DC Collectibles' "New 52"  Toy Fair debuts!

Check it out: Read More...

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You heard right: there is a new "Harry Potter" cover out . Not a new book, mind you. But a new cover.

To celebrate the 15th anniversary of "Harry Potter and the Sorceror's Stone," Scholastic commisioned new covers for trade paperback versions of all seven books by artist Kazu Kibuishi. Kibuishi is the cartoonist behind Scholastic's popular "Amulet" graphic novel series. Read More...

What do you buy your beloved Geek sweetie who has just about everything? Take a look at these sweet items that can make this year's Valentine's Day both romantic and fun! Read More...

Johnny Depp fans alert! The upcoming Disney film "The Lone Ranger" will be immortalized as collectibles by both NECA and LEGO:  take a look at the sweet pics we took at Toy Fair! Read More...

Some time ago, Ryan from Mad Art Lab wrote an opinion piece condemning "Slave Leia" cosplay:

"There is a well known issue with attracting women into nerd culture. Slave Leia is a symptom and a cause. She and her ilk are ubiquitous in any nerdy gathering. Those wearing slave Leia costumes do other women a disservice. They get a lot of attention largely because they’re mostly naked. This means girls uncomfortable wearing less than their normal undergarments in public may feel both pressure to do so if they want acceptance, or unable to gain attention and acceptance and therefore leave the community." Read More...

Former "Star Trek" actor William Shatner has had a busy few days, picking fights with both website Reddit and J.J. Abrams.

Cue music, plz: Read More...

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