Gold Lantern set to make grand entrance in 'Legion of Super-Heroes', Brian Michael Bendis reveals first look
Issue #6 of the series will see the new suped-up hero getting into some action, according to Brian Michael Bendis on Instagram
In news that would please DC fans, Gold Lantern is all set to make an entrance in 'Legion of Super-Heroes'.
Issue #6 of the series will see the new suped-up hero getting into some action, according to comic book writer and artist Brian Michael Bendis on Instagram.
This Lantern version has a gold insignia on his chest and boasts of two power rings — a golden standard-issue legion flight ring and the other is a green lantern ring.
Mendis captioned his post: "Coming soon in #legionofsuperheroes issue six Gold lantern! By @rsookart @wade_von_grawbadger @whoajday @thedcnation @dccomics #icantwait"
According to CBR, the colors that are part of the DC corps include — green, red, orange, yellow, blue, indigo, violet, white, and black. The other Lanterns spectrum representation sees Rage (Red Lanterns), Greed (Orange Lanterns), Fear (Yellow), Hope (Blue), Compassion (Indigo), Love (Violet), Life (White) and Death (Black).
A Comicbook report had Bendis expressing his interest in getting the characters out. "It literally took months just to design the characters, and [comic book artist Ryan Sook is] working on it every day," he said.
"I reached out to him and sold this enormous insanity that you see in front of you. and lo and behold, it was exactly what he was looking for. He was looking for the biggest challenge, and he has taken it on immensely."
"My favorite thing from this whole year that no one knows about, is that Ryan sends in all these designs — usually with a pamphlet of notes and character ideas — and he's truly creating this with us."
"I get to share it with our other peers and they get to flip out and get impressed, it's fantastic. Ryan is an artist's artist; they love him, and this is the work of his life. I'm so honored to be part of it. So, yes, Ryan was a very early part of this."