This list does not contain the supplemental Blackest Night … Blackest Night; Doomsday Clock; Infinite Crisis; Don’t worry if you haven’t read these previous stories as the easter eggs and references won’t be essential knowledge in order to follow Dark Nights: Death Metal. Dark Nights: Death Metal #1 cover by Greg Capullo. Deluxe Figures. For anyone that is interested in obtaining the Blackest Night books in any format, here is the complete listing of every book and tie-in related to the Blackest Night. The Book of Oa, a sacred text of the Guardians of the Universe, contains a prophecy called "The Blackest Night", which states: The Blackest Night is a prophecy haunting the Green Lantern Corps. Blackest Night Checklist For anyone that is interested in obtaining the Blackest Night books in any format, here is the complete listing of every book and tie-in related to the Blackest Night. Green Lantern by Geoff Johns Book One. Prelude to Blackest Night. Green Lantern #1-6 — (Appear to be the origin of the Black Hand) Green Lantern Corps – The Sinestro Corps War. My blog of random stuff from my daily routine to my comic book related stuff to other stuff I can't think of right now. Released in 2010 by DC Direct. "Blackest Night" Absolute Blackest Night 's cover, art by Ivan Reis PublisherDC Comics Publication dateJune 2009 – May 2010 Genre Superhero Crossover Title Blackest Night #0–8 Blackest Night: Batman #1–3 Blackest Night: Superman #1–3 Blackest Night: Tales Of The Corps #1–3 Blackest Night: Titans #1–3 Blackest Night: Wonder Woman #1-3 Green Lantern #39-52 Green Lantern Corps #29-47 … Part 1 – The History of the Green Lanterns. #48, Catwoman #83, Question #37, Phantom Stranger #42, Western Tales #71, Atom & Hawkman #46, Adventure Comics #7, Green Arrow #30, Starman #81. This issue was most recently modified by: If you believe any of this data to be incorrect, please. We encourage you to read our updated PRIVACY POLICY and COOKIE POLICY. Garth visits Dick, to see how he's handling the role of Batman, and then decides to become King of Atlantis. Green Lantern (volume 4) #39-42 (May-July 2009), Green Lantern Corps (volume 2) #33-38 (April-August 2009), Justice League of America volume 2 #39-40, Blackest Night: Green Lantern (Green Lantern 43-51), Blackest Night: Green Lantern Corps (39-45), Blackest Night: Rise of the Black Lanterns (Shazam 48, Catwoman 83, Suicide Squad 67, Question 37, Phantom Stranger 42, Weird Western Tales 71, Atom &Hawkman 46, Starman 81). Blackest Night involves Nekron, a personified force of death who reanimates deceased superheroes and seeks to eliminate all life and emotion from the universe. Background Reading. All rights to cover images reserved by the respective copyright holders. Contains figures of Green Lantern Hal Jordan, Indigo Munnk, Black Lantern Blue Beetle and Star Sapphire Fatality. Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis raise the dead in the most anticipated comics story of the year! A quick note on the release dates listed below. Dark Nights: Death Metal Reading Order. The Book of Oa, a sacred text of the Guardians of the Universe, contains a prophecy called "The Blackest Night", which states: The Blackest Night is a prophecy haunting the Green Lantern Corps. DC Nation [174]: San Diego Comic Con International, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License (CC BY-SA 4.0). The final trade to complete your Blackest Night reading order are the other, more obscure tie ins. Green Lantern Corps #14-19. View - Add to Collection - Add to Wishlist - Contribute. Blackest Night - Box Sets. Dark Nights: Death Metal Reading Order. This is a compilation of comics from the Green Lantern, Green Lantern Corps, and the Blackest Night Reading Order and the order to read them. This book collects Shazam! This is a compilation of comics from the Green Lantern, Green Lantern Corps, and the Blackest Night Reading Order and the order to read them. Blackest Night: Rise Of The Black Lanterns. Blackest Night: Black Lantern Corps Vol. Blackest Night; Doomsday Clock; Infinite Crisis; Don’t worry if you haven’t read these previous stories as the easter eggs and references won’t be essential knowledge in order to follow Dark Nights: Death Metal. Credits acknowledge "special thanks to Geoff Johns.". Blackest Night Checklist (Table of Contents: 2) / promo (ad from the publisher) / 1 page (report information) DC Nation [174]: San Diego Comic Con International (Table of Contents: 3) (Expand) / 2 (Blackest Night: Wonder Woman #1-3, Blackest Night: JSA #1-3, Blackest Night: Flash #1-3) Blackest Night: Rise of the Black Lantern (Shazam! Garth returns to Atlantis, and finds the bodies of Dolphin and Cerdian. It eventually came to pass, with Nekron unleashing the Black Lantern Corps on the universe. This will be a list of all the comics that are preludes to The Blackest Night both in story line and Origins of the main characters… Green Lantern Corps – No Fear. Blackest Night Reading Order Checklist has everything you need to know if you want to read all or some of this epic event, including background reading, prelude, trade paperback collections, and what to read afterwards. Brian Cunningham; Rex Ogle (Assistant Editor), Prelude to Blackest Night: The Return of Tempest, Titans [Beast Boy [Gar Logan]; Cyborg [Victor Stone]; Donna Troy; Flash [Wally West]; Raven [Rachel Roth]; Starfire [Koriand'r]]; Tempest [Garth], Tempest [Garth] (origin); Batman [Dick Grayson]; Aquaman [Arthur Curry] (flashback); Letifos; Teen Titans [Aqualad [Garth] (flashback); Kid Flash [Wally West] (flashback); Robin [Dick Grayson] (flashback); Wonder Girl [Donna Troy] (flashback)]; Tula (flashback); Dolphin (flashback; corpse); Cerdian (flashback; corpse); Slizzath (villain); Ocean Master [Orm Marius] (flashback; villain; cameo). Blackest Night is the name of DC Comics' massive event storyline for 2009. 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