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In 2007, Larfleeze made his much anticipated debut in Geoff Johns’Green Lantern series. Since the initial Agent Orange storyline, Larfleeze has gone on to become a fan favorite and appear in some of DC’s major crossover events, video games and cartoons. It was only a matter of time before the greediest character in the DCU appeared in his own solo title.
Rich Johnston over at Bleeding Coolreported this morning that DC Comics will announce a new Sinestro Corps ongoing series at San Diego Comic Con. The series will join Green Lantern, Green Lantern: New Guardians, Green Lantern Corps, Red Lantern, and Larfleeze as the sixth ongoing Green Lantern family title. In response to the news, elderly comics fans who grew up during the nineties were none too pleased.
Writer: Greg Rucka Art & Lettering: Michael Lark Color: Santi Arcas Cover: Michael Lark Image Comics
Lazarus is set in the near future and society has turned toward a nearly feudal system. Wealthy families control the world instead of politics and citizens are divided up into classes: Family, Surfs, and the Waste. Each family has a Lazarus - a “sword and shield” - given all the biological advantages the future can offer and tasked with protecting the Family. This is the story of the Lazarus: Forever Carlyle.