Black Lantern Corps, Volume Two
Publication Date: July 26, 2011
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Writers Geoff Johns, James Robinson and Greg Rucka are joined by artists Scott Kolins, Eddy Barrows and Nicola Scott for this essential BLACKEST NIGHT storyline tie-in title that features The Flash, Wonder Woman and the Justice Society of America dealing with their greatest villains and loved ones returning from the dead as evil Black Lanterns. The hardcover edition includes Blackest Night: Wonder Woman #'s 1-3, Blackest Night: JSA #'s 1-3 and Blackest Night: Flash # 's 1-3.
About the AuthorBorn in 1973, Geoff Johns is Detroit native who brings a Hollywood sense of storytelling to comics. After working as an assistant to Richard Donner (director of "Lethal Weapon, Superman: The Movie," and many other great films), Geoff has brought his considerable writing talent to comics. One of the most prolific and popular writers in comics today, he is currently writing "JSA, Teen Titans," and "Flash" for DC. Johns' work revitalized "Hawkman" after a checkered history and brought new life into the "JSA" title, featuring many of DC's heroes from the Golden Age. His new version of the "Teen Titans" has been released in repeatedly sold-out issues. Among his upcoming projects is a re-launch of DC's popular "Green Lantern" series.
James Robinson is the David Florence Professor of Government at Harvard University. He is the co-author, with Daron Acemoglu, of the book Economic Origins of Dictatorship and Democracy, published by Cambridge University Press in 2006, which was awarded the 2007 Woodrow Wilson Foundation Award by the American Political Science Association for 'the best book published in the United States during the prior year on government, politics, or international affairs'. He edited the book Natural Experiments in History with the geographer and ecologist Jared Diamond in 2010. His most recent book, also written with Daron Acemoglu, is entitled Why Nations Fail and was declared one of the ten best books of 2012 by the Washington Post and is already being translated into 23 languages, including Arabic and Mongolian. His main research interests are in political economy, comparative economic development, and economic history with a focus on sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America.