DC finally gets a movie made outside their Superman and Batman families. Is it worth it?
This week, we review the latest DC animation title, centred on Green Lantern. Next week, we’ll review the live action movie.
Many people were pretty underwhelmed by the teaser that hit a few months back, but this four minute sneak preview kinda makes that all go away.
It’s a teaser and consider me teased.
August 1, 2010 by Alexander Case Blackest Night, Brightest Day, DC, Green Lantern, Marvel, San Diego Comic Con 2010, Spider-Man, The Thanos Imperative, Video Games Blackest Night, Comics, Conventions, Editorial, Games
Yes, I realize that SDCC 2010 was last week. However, I kind of had a lot of stuff to do when I got home after the convention (I’ve only really finished unpacking just now), so now it’s time to get my notes together and let you know what happened during the con, based on my journal entries from the trip. This isn’t precisely going to be a “news” post – partially because it’s late, and partially the news stories from the con went up during the con, so you’ve probably already read them. More…
I’ve been looking for this one for years. Duck Dodgers’ laundry is confused with Hal Jordan’s at the dry cleaners, and Duck Dodgers ends up with Hal’s ring.
In the first few seconds, we meet test pilot Hal Jordan, who is as adept at hitting on his boss as he is at running a flight simulator. Abin Sur crashes on Earth, and uses his ring to summon an appropriate replacement….
The second issue of DC’s current event hit shelves this week.
Night has fallen on the DC Universe.