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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.
Greg DAE on why Green Lantern Corp’s John Stewart should maybe die.
So the controversy going on yesterday was not the big surprise of Neil Gaiman bringing Angela to Marvel Comics. It was the news of the possible offing of Green Lantern John Stewart. John Stewart, the one black DC character people grew up for a couple of years watching on TV as the Green Lantern on Justice League. Popular to the point that when the trailers for the Green Lantern movie came out, people all over asked, “Huh?! I thought Green Lantern was black!” Due to all the craziness with this news breaking out, DC came out and stated they weren’t going to kill John Stewart. John Stewart, the most popular black superhero in the DC verse (Cyborg and Static arguably being two characters that may actually present a challenge to that notion).