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Topic - Geoff Johns
Lex Luthor is sporting a new title on his business card: Hero.
The Man of Steel attempts to stop Brainiac’s demented plans in his latest animated adventure.
Writer Geoff Johns has taken DC Entertainment's Green Lantern and its associated characters through brightest day and blackest night, but after nine years of scripting tales about the galactic police force whose rings are powered by will, he's leaving the series in May with issue No. 20 to focus on the Justice League and its related titles.
When DC Comics decided to blow up its fabled universe and create a brave, diverse future, Geoff Johns drew from the past for a new character: his own background as an Arab-American.
DC Comics' Emerald Warrior made his debut in a live-action film starring Ryan Reynolds earlier this year and its Blu-ray release should please anyone dazzled by the comic book format.
Amid the change ahead for the heroes that make up DC Comics' universe, Green Lantern's ring will burn bright and emerald, the character's adventures guided by a familiar face.
"With fame and spotlight comes scrutiny and detractors," said Johns, adding Luthor is breaking new and unfamiliar ground.
Johns said readers will see "the post-'Forever Evil' world with the lines being a little bit blurry between good and bad and seeing what kind of heroes it will take to not just protect the world, but defend the world."