Posts Tagged

lanterns

DCGreen LanternMoviesWarner Bros.

Warner Bros. has put out the casting call for actors to join Ryan Reynolds down under in the Green Lantern movie.  According to Spoiler TV, the usual suspects are making their appearance: [CAROL FERRIS] 26-32, a smart and attractive woman with an MBA. She started as a pilot and now runs Ferris Aircraft. She is a work-a-holic…FEMALE LEAD [DR. HECTOR HAMMOND] 27-35, Character actor who is austere and impersonal, he is real “scummy.” He is a pathologist and also the son of a Senator. [SINESTRO] Mid-30s to Mid-40s, he is smart, tough, intimidating and in great physical shape. [ABIN SUR]

Read More
AnimationDCDVDGreen LanternMoviesWarner Bros.

Warner Home Entertainment has announced it is changing the street date for the DC Universe Animated Green Lantern: First Flight Blu-Ray and DVD to July 28, 2009. Green Lantern: First Flight finds Hal Jordan recruited to join the Green Lantern Corps and placed under the supervision of respected senior Lantern Sinestro. The earthling soon discovers his mentor is actually the central figure in a secret conspiracy that threatens the philosophies, traditions and hierarchy of the entire Green Lantern Corps. Hal must quickly hone his newfound powers and combat the treasonous Lanterns within the ranks to maintain order in the universe.

Read More
Blackest NightDCFree Comic Book DayGreen LanternGreen Lantern Corps

Yup, another batch before the free comic book hits the stores this weekend during Free Comic Book Day. via The Source

Read More
Blackest NightDCGreen Lantern

Like yesterday’s Green Lantern break down, DC has released a page featuring the Red Lantern Corps, complete with the who and the whatnot. As we head into BLACKEST NIGHT, from mega-stars Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis, how familiar are you with the rest of the colors of the emotional spectrum? Yeah, thought so. That really annoys me. Some might say, it makes me angry — and we all know what happens when you get really angry? Rage. Yes. See what I’m trying to do here? via The Source

Read More
Army of DarknessDynamite EntertainmentReview

Another one bites the dust Back in his world, Ash has been doing everything he can to keep the Necronomicon safe from the hands of the Deadites.  Unfortunately, the evil contained within has seeped into the water table, turning the nearby town into the walking undead, bent on taking over the world.  And the leader of this group is hell bent (literally) on turning Ash to their side.

Read More
AnimationBatmanBrave and the BoldcartoonDCSneak PeekTelevisionVideo

This weekend, Batman teams with the Green Lanterns to take down Despero.  This animated series just keeps getting better and better. Two more sneak peeks after the jump.

Read More
Green LanternHumor

Sad news for football fans, as the image above shows David Beckham falling to the power of the Red Lanterns.   Damn, all the recent reports that he’s learning Italian finally make sense; he’s not leaving the Galaxy, simply leaving the planet for another sector. Thanks for the tip Mugsgame!

Read More
Blackest NightDCRyan OttleyZombies

When it was unintentionally leaked through Previews that two of the Black Lanterns in the upcoming Blackest Night storyline were going to be Kal-L and Martian Manhunter, one has to wonder if Ryan Ottley saw the writing on the wall when he sketched this Zombie Superman image way back in June of 2007. While the image doesn’t match the action figure solicitation exactly, it does make you wonder.  Wanna see Zombie Batman?  No you don’t…

Read More
DCGreen LanternReview

Better dead than Red With the introduction of the Blue Lanterns, and the quest to rescue Sinestro on the shoulders of Hal Jordan and his two blue brothers in arms, there was bound to be a moment when there would come a conflict of interest between all the parties involved.  Green Lantern #37 sees the first major battle featuring the Lanterns of blue and the fall of yet another long time Green Lantern character.

Read More
DCGeoff JohnsGreen LanternReview

Red, Yellow, Green, Violet and Blue… What Kind of Lantern are You? Geoff Johns has been spinning a tale of epic proportion across the entirety of the DC Universe, and it will hopefully pay off in this summer’s Blackest Night.  Until then, readers have been given a rebooted origin story of Hal Jordan, and are currently being fed the origin stories of the rainbow corps of lanterns.  We’ve seen the birth of the Red Lanterns in their blood spewing conversion, and continue to see the Yellow Lanterns and their baby stealing ways in Green Lantern Corps, but it isn’t until

Read More
DCGreen Lantern

DC Comics sent word that Green Lantern #37 and #38 (both by Geoff Johns) will get a few changes to match up with the events going on in the DCU.  Don’t get spitting mad like the Red Lanterns, the changes aren’t that dramatic.

Read More
DCGreen LanternReprint

DC Comics has announced Rage of the Red Lanterns, a prelude to The Blackest Night event, is headed back to the printers for a second run.  The reprint will feature a recolored version of the Shane Davis cover and should be in stores on December 17, 2008.  In case you missed what the series is about, you can check out our review here. via DC Comics

Read More
DCFinal CrisisGreen LanternReview

With blood and rage of crimson red… DC’s Sinestro Corps was the dark horse hit that got me, and many other comic readers, back into the Green Lantern titles.  Geoff Johns followed this up with a retelling of Hal Jordan’s origin, that skewed everything those of us old enough to remember Emerald Dawn attempted to do 15 plus years ago.  The main reason for retelling the origin?  To add in the character of Atrocitus and set up his hatred for Sinestro, who left him nailed to a crucifix of sorts in sector 666.  Someone with that much rage and hate

Read More
DCReviewSuperman

Parallel world’s are not always a good thing I find it ironic that I sat down to read Tangent: Superman’s Reign #8, and then less than an hour later found myself watching the latest episode of Nova talking about Hugh Everett and his parallel theory of quantum physics.  I would hate to think the events were a coincidence, but it does make you wonder what would happen if someone were given the powers of Superman and decided to end all the world’s problems.

Read More