Green Lantern: Sector 2814

Vol 1, #172
DC Comics
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In 1984, DC Comics introduced British artist Dave Gibbons to U.S. readers with Green Lantern #172, the start of a popular run by Gibbons and writer Len Wein, best known as the creator of both Swamp Thing and Wolverine. Over the course of thirteen action packed issues, Green Lantern battled some of his greatest foes, clashed with the Guardians of the Universe, and was replaced by another human Green Lantern - John Stewart! This title is a showcase for the art of Dave Gibbons, who moved straight from Green Lantern to Watchmen, the best-selling graphic novel of all time. Gibbons returned to the world of Green Lantern in 2007 as the writer of the new series Green Lantern Corps.
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About the author

Len Wein co-created SWAMP THING early in a writing career that has included work on every major hero and villain at both DC Comics and Marvel Comics. As a writer, Wein is also credited with co-creating Wolverine for Marvel and Lucius Fox for DC. Wein was one of the editors on WATCHMEN, and was also Editor-in-Chief at both Marvel Comics and Disney Comics before settling in to a successful career writing comic books and animation. His recent work for DC Comics include DC UNIVERSE: LEGACIES and BEFORE WATCHMEN: OZYMANDIAS.
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Publisher
DC Comics
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Published on
Nov 20, 2012
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Pages
192
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ISBN
9781401241667
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Language
English
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Genres
Comics & Graphic Novels / Superheroes
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