Hal Jordan here, talking
to you all from beyond the grave. Well, monument, really
really have a grave, per se, since there was no body. And you know
what they say in comics, "no body, no proof of death." Heck, half
the time, even with a corpse there's no guarantee. So, do you think
I'm coming back in Green Lantern #100? I hope so.
that's the name of the future GL in Kingdom Come. Alex
Ross designed him to incorporate a little of every Green Lantern.
He's Alan Scott, but he defends the Earth against invaders the way
I would after Coast City's destruction, plus he's got Kyle's armored
look and Guy Gardner's haircut. Tony
Moore has turned in this gorgeous piece, suitable for framing.
new to Fanzing: 3D artwork! You may recognize Bill
Wiist's "Zoo Crew" graphic from earlier in this issue, but here
it is again IN 3D! Mike Hodsdon
will be transforming various pieces for future issues, too, and
we welcome him aboard the crew! You'll have to have 3D specs to
appreciate it, of course. Sorry I can't whip up some with my ring,
but they'd just have green lenses on both sides anyway.
thing worse than being dead is never existing in the first place.
The 1950s' Golden Ager "Batwoman" Betty Kane never existed post-Crisis
that's a shame, because I sure wouldn't mind meeting up with her
in the afterlife. "Yowzah Yowzah!" "Hubbah Hubbah!" "Check out those
gams" and other 50s hep slang
she's great, especially as rendered
here by Shawn Van Briesen
As always, Fanzing invites you to contribute any
fan artwork you may have! Just send it to your old dead buddy Hal!