I'm at the same point in the run and was looking at a few sources for the reading order. Green Lantern #37. Blackest Night: Tales of the Corps #3. (Last Updated Jan 3, 2009 @ 11:15 pm EST), Now You Can Follow The Computer Savvy Weblog Via Twitter: http://twitter.com/DCz_Dead_Rise, This will be a list of all the comics that are preludes to The Blackest Night both in story line and Origins of the main characters…, Green Lantern #1-6 — (Appear to be the origin of the Black Hand), Green Lantern Corps – The Sinestro Corps War, Green Lantern Corps – Sins of the Star Sapphire – Prelude, Green Lantern – Rage of the Red Lanterns – Prelude, Green Lantern Corps – Emerald Eclipse – Prelude, The following comic books I highly recommend to anyone interesting in the entire time line leading up to “The Blackest Night Series”, 1. Anyways, this is the reading order I used and it worked very well: Blackest Night 0, Green Lantern 43, Blackest Night 1, Green Lantern 44, Blackest Night 2, Green Lantern 45, Blackest Night 3, Green Lantern 46, Blackest Night 4, Green Lantern 47, Green Lantern 48, Blackest Night 5, Blackest Night 6, Green Lantern 49, Green Lantern 50, Green Lantern 51, Blackest Night 7, Green Lantern 52, Blackest Night 8. Cookies help us deliver our Services. Is there a volume(s) I can just pick up and start from there or is there a prelude to the story arc? Blackest Night: Black Lanterns Vol 1 - Covers the rest of the DCU heroes like Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Arrow, the Teen Titans, etc and their experiences during the event. (Last Updated Jan 3, 2009 @ 11:15 pm EST) Now You Can Follow The Computer Savvy Weblog Via Twitter: This will be a list of all the comics that are preludes to The Blackest Night both in story line … Thanks guys! ( Log Out /  Blackest Night: Tales of the Corps #2.

The Blackest Night is the third part of Geoff Johns's trilogy in the Green Lantern universe. There are some interesting stories in all of the volumes. Both at the same time. Green Lantern (2005 series) #42 (Prelude) Blackest Night #0 cover by Ivan Reis. I think the best way to read it is as a part of Geoff Johns' GL run. This is a compilation of comics from the Green Lantern, Green Lantern Corps, and the Blackest Night Reading Order and the order to read them. Prelude to Blackest Night. Cookies help us deliver our Services. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Featuring weekly comic release discussions, creator AMAs, a friendly and helpful userbase, and much more! Below is the recommended reading order for the event with all of the tie-ins. Blackest Night: Tales of the Corps - How the other color corps get involved; read if you're a fan of Atrocitus, Larfleeze, Saint Walker, etc.

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The unofficial DC Comics Subreddit Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. should i read Blackest Night first or Green Lantern: Blackest Night first? Don't bother getting all of them unless you really like everything about the GL side of the universe or you're a completionist. Blackest Night #1.

Featuring weekly comic release discussions, creator AMAs, a friendly and helpful userbase, and much more! They intersect with each other, some of the events shown in Green Lantern lead to parts of Blackest Night itself. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. Note: The Green Lantern Corps side of the story is pretty solid too, and mostly is off doing its own thing. Blackest Night: Tales of the Corps #1. All tie-ins are not necessary: only the Green Lantern, Green Lantern Corps (after the Prelude), Blackest Night and Black Night "specials" really are. Look for an issue by issue reading order. Blackest Night #0 to #8.

Blackest Night Reading Order Blackest Night As the War between the different colored Lantern Corps rages on, the prophecy of the Blackest Night descends and it’s up to Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps to lead the heroes in a battle to save the universe from an army of undead Black Lanterns made up of fallen Green Lanterns and deceased heroes and villains. Press J to jump to the feed. However, it's nothing you wouldn't find out in the series, or with a quick, "What is the orange lantern corp" google search.

The best way is to buy the Blackest night trade and the Green Lantern: Blackest night trade and keep going back and forth between issues. Green Lantern #38. Booster Gold #21-25 (Talks about time lines and about the downfall of Batman). All tie-ins are not necessary: only the Green Lantern, Green Lantern Corps (after the Prelude), Blackest Night and Black Night "specials" really are. Anyways, this is the reading order I used and it worked very well: Blackest Night 0, Green Lantern 43, Blackest Night 1, Green Lantern 44, Blackest Night 2, Green Lantern 45, Blackest Night 3, Green Lantern 46, Blackest Night 4, Green Lantern 47, Green Lantern 48, Blackest Night 5, Blackest Night 6, Green Lantern 49, Green Lantern 50, Green Lantern 51, Blackest Night 7, Green Lantern 52, Blackest Night 8 Green Lantern #44. Green Lantern primarily shows the build up of what the Green Lanterns are doing eg: what's happening with John Stewart and the rounding up of the different Lantern Corps. Green Lantern: Blackest Night - Adventures of Hal Jordan and pretty integral to the main story. Now we’re into the meat of Blackest Night! As far as I'm aware there isn't a volume that collects it all in order besides the Onimbus, and as far as preludes go there are some, but they aren't totally necessary. Green Lantern Blackest Night Reading Order This is a list of the Green Lantern, Green Lantern Corps, and Blackest Night comics and the order in which to read them. This storyline will follow the events of Sinestro Corps War and the fallout of the War of Light. Hey guys, I'm wondering what the reading order for Blackest Night is? Green Lantern #40 JLA : Cry For Justice – Full Series (Talks about the reason super-heroes are getting tired of of close friends and family dieing and now plan on being way more aggressive), 4.

Green Lantern Corps: Blackest Night - Adventures of the GLC and how they get reinforcements; not super important to the main story but pretty important if you're a fan of Guy, John or Kyle. ( Log Out /  ( Log Out /  If I remember correctly there were 2 or 3 different issue #0 or preludes to Blackest Night that were all worth reading too. Blackest Night Reading Order. Blackest Night: Green Lantern (GL #43-52) Support For Comic Book Herald: Comic Book Herald is reader-supported. This list does not contain the supplemental Blackest Night … Only really runs into the main Blackest Night event at the end.

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Blackest Night #0. Below is the full, issue by issue reading order for Blackest Night. Green Lantern Corps #33. I'm likely going to use what's on this one - http://m.imgur.com/4aIBzlw?r. Blackest Night: Black Lanterns Vol 2 - Same as above, Blackest Night: Rise of the Black Lanterns - I don't really remember, must not be important; I think the origin of Black Hand and Nekron is in here. Change ), In The Blackest Night – This Blog Shall Rise From The Grave.

Also, as others have said, check out Geoff Johns' Omnibus. Blackest Night #2. There's a reading list here. You're in for a big treat!

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