Frankenstein appears in an issue of Men of War. Also before you start reading rebirth, Or somewhere within the first 4 trades of it , you should read. To do so, he must forge alliances with his deadliest enemies—and do battle against his closest friends. I read the 2 books simultaneously in order to fill in some of the bigger gaps. Green Lantern Corps: Recharge 4. Titles Added: Aquaman and the Others Vol. With the info you provided me ill put down a complete timeline.
Then you're good to go. Anyway, if you use my reading order and notice something wrong or even just something you think would work better another way, just post here and tell me and I'll look into it. I was there back when Hal became Parallax and died, and I cried actual tears over a comic book. These are great to get to know some of the members of the Corps. The events of Superman Vol. This reading order seeks to present the biggest events in their own titles, e.
So, if I'm reading that right, it should go. First of all, I'm a Hal Jordan girl, all the way. Steve Trevor appears in Justice League Dark after the events of Justice League Vol. Great reading order; particularly for Blackest Night. After the events of Batman: The Dark Knight Vol. The Green lantern Chronicles Vol. The kind of superhero that strains credulity with everything from his appearance to his speech.
Blackest Night takes places in one night, right? I have no idea what order the 10,000 Blackest Night things should go in. Justice League of America: Power and Glory was published about this time, but involves Batman and Green Lantern Hal Jordan, among others, from earlier in the New 52 era. Huntress's appearance in Nightwing Vol. If she really wanted an enhanced read, she'd read Green Lantern: Blackest Night which mostly covers what happens between each issue of the main Blackest Night book. Though this timeline recommends Corps, Green Lanterns, and then Red Lanterns, there's really no way to read these trades individually without one spoiling another, and the best recommendation is to read them interspersed issue-by-issue or to map what crosses over with what.
Action Comics joins the current timeline after this trade. The main 8-issue series is pretty self-contained--there are a few elements that continue outside the main book, but not enough to drive you crazy. It does spoil a few deaths from previous events, but that's not a biggie. The use of colour has always been excellent in Green Lantern stories, but the spectrum of emotions versus the black rings is beautifully brought to life here. I printed out that checklist and brought it along with me on my hunt and it was a tremendously useful resource. You wouldn't be able to tell me where to stick those Green Lantern Corps trades in-between the Green Lantern ones, could you? This graphic novel has provided me with an amazing story and a fun time and I extremely recommend it.
And the horror of all our loved ones coming back as ghastly versions of their past selves, hell-bent on destruction with all their faculties in tact, rather than just being mindless zombies, is incredibly powerful. Blackest Night: Black Lantern Corps Vol. The Flash book continues directly into Flash Vol. This pre-Crisis Earth 2 Huntress, Helena Wayne not to be confused with the New 52 Helena Wayne , is referenced post-Crisis in Infinite Crisis, Supergirl: Candor, and Justice Society of America stories. It's really up to you whether or not you want to read 'Rebirth'.
For full experience which includes the tie ins this is even more true. I'm gonna wait for the trades on those, too, so it'll be about a year before I read that arc. The events in this collection literally happen between issues of Blackest Night. I've read the actual Blackest Night mini a couple times now but had forgotten what went down in the Blackest Night Green Lantern and Green Lantern Corps titles and rather than dig out my loose issues I just grabbed the hardback collections from the library. I read the 2 books simultaneously in order to fill in some of the bigger gaps. Added the Rebirth Aquaman Vol. Nonetheless i'm pretty sure it is a chronological ordering of every Blackest Night issue and tie in.
Because Blackest Night itself was the main series, nothing truly significant can happen on its own in the Green Lantern issues, and each issue had to be prefaced by a brief description of You can read without reading this Green Lantern tie in. How I decided what went where: Toward the beginning I primarily used the black lantern rings power levels 2%, 57%, etc. I heartily recommend reading this entire monster epic the same way. Too's official Blackest Night reading order is now up. I really have no idea why they did that.