COMICS: Meet Earth's New Green Lantern As "Rotworld" Continues In ANIMAL MAN #16

COMICS: Meet Earth's New Green Lantern As "Rotworld" Continues In ANIMAL MAN #16

In this first look at Jeff Lemire, Steve Pugh and Timothy Green II's Animal Man #16, we see Buddy Baker and his team (Constantine, Steel, Black Orchid, Beast Boy and Frankenstein) discover the new Green Lantern as they face off against Blackbriar Thorn; The Living City!

• "ROTWORLD: THE RED KINGDOM" part four!
• Animal Man has Constantine, Steel, Black Orchid, Beast Boy, Frankenstein and a whole army of patchwork men and women at his back — but is that enough to go up against Anton Arcane at the heart of the Rot?
• Team Red sets off for Metropolis to recruit a powerful new ally!


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ANIMAL MAN #16
Written by JEFF LEMIRE
Pencils by STEVE PUGH, TIMOTHY GREEN II
Cover by STEVE PUGH


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