It’s an obvious pairing, I guess, but one I couldn’t resist doing once I had the opportunity!
From what I know about Adam Warlock (which isn’t a massive amount if I’m honest) I think this would be an interesting showdown with Ronnie’s transmutational powers against Warlock’s cosmic abilities.
Like the cover blurb says, Batgirl’s had enough to Ghost Rider ridiculing Batman and has brought in some spooky back-up of her own.
I remember seeing the cover of the first issue of the new GREEN LANTERN series – the one showing Teen Lantern facing off against the Guardians of the Universe – and thinking this looks like it could be fun!
Four issues in, and there’s not much fun to be had. Instead, with the Central Power Battery destroyed and Lanterns throughout the universe left without their power rings, bounty hunters and other killers have been taking their toll, giving us this heavy double spread where Lanterns are named among the dead or missing:
Having been a long-time Green Lantern fan, there’s plenty of names there that I recognised (including NautKeLoi, one of the earliest alien Lanterns to appear in Hal Jordan’s original series back in the 1960s) but one name caught me by surprise:
Arisia Rrabb, teen Lantern who used her ring to age herself so she could date Hal Jordan
and who forged a new career after the events of Emerald Twilight (and made some weird fashion choices)
and who was killed by Major Force before reviving and rejoining the Corps, as a kick ass Lantern
and who has been a fan favourite for many years . . . has apparently been killed off screen.
She’s been dead before and has managed to come back, so who knows? But for now, it’s farewell to one of the longest serving Lanterns.