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DC Comics announces ‘John Stewart: The Emerald Knight’ #1

48-Page ‘John Stewart: The Emerald Knight’ one-shot reunites Geoffrey Thorne and Marco Santucci.

Press Release

DC Comics has announced a new Green Lantern one-shot coming this November called John Stewart: The Emerald Knight #1. Written by Geoffrey Thorne with artist Marco Santucci, John Stewart will have to become something greater as he squares off against a god gone mad. The book arrives in comic book stores and participating digital platforms on Tuesday, November 29.

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So what’s John Stewart: The Emerald Knight # about?

John Stewart has been trapped in the dark sectors for months with the rest of his Green Lantern comrades. With the power of the Godstorm at his disposal, John’s using everything he can to take down

Esak, the mad New God, and bring his fellow Corpsmen home. John will need to become something new to win the war against Esak: he’ll need to become the Emerald Knight!

John Stewart: The Emerald Knight #1 features a main cover by Mateus Manhanini, with the main variant cover by Jay Hero, a 1 in 25 “ratio” variant by Canaan White and a 1 in 50 variant cover also by Mateus Manhanini. Check those out below.

DC Comics announces 'John Stewart: The Emerald Knight' #1 DC Comics announces 'John Stewart: The Emerald Knight' #1 DC Comics announces 'John Stewart: The Emerald Knight' #1

For more on this news, read the official press release below.

Green Lantern John Stewart will have to become something greater as he squares off against a god gone mad in order to save his fellow Green Lanterns and escape the Dark Sectors in a special one-shot this November.

John Stewart has been trapped in the dark sectors for months with the rest of his Green Lantern comrades. With the power of the Godstorm at his disposal, John’s using everything he can to take down

Esak, the mad New God, and bring his fellow Corpsmen home. John will need to become something new to win the war against Esak: he’ll need to become the Emerald Knight!

This 48-page one-shot reunites Future State: Green Lantern and Green Lantern writer Geoffrey Thorne (Blood Syndicate: Season One) with artist Marco Santucci.

John Stewart: The Emerald Knight #1 features a main cover by Mateus Manhanini, with the main variant cover by Jay Hero, a 1 in 25 “ratio” variant by Canaan White and a 1 in 50 variant cover also by Mateus Manhanini. The book arrives in comic book stores and participating digital platforms on Tuesday, November 29.

For the latest information for all things John Stewart and all the Green Lantern Corps members, check out the all-new DC.com website. The DC UNIVERSE INFINITE digital subscription service also features an incredible selection of John Stewart-themed titles, including Future State: Green Lantern, Geoffrey Thorne’s Green Lantern run from 2021-2022.  DC UNIVERSE INFINITE is not intended for children and is not available in all countries. For more information and a free trial (where applicable), check out www.dcuniverseinfinite.com.

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