DC Comics is trying something new. In the wake of their Rebirth initiative, the publisher has rapidly expanded its content to include diverse new imprints such as Young Animal, Wildstorm, Black Label, Ink, and Zoom. As their lineup expands, it can be hard to figure out what to pick up each week. Does anyone remember when Donna Troy was dating Kyle Rayner? She dumped him because she walked in on a nude model posing for him in his apartment. And also because her ex-husband and their son had just died in a car accident. They remained cordial when they saw each other during space exploits, but they never really picked it back up. I get nostalgic thinking about them. Voltron, G.
The First Lantern
Generally their whole system of unilaterally decided authority to police the known universe does seem questionable. Anyway, annoying cardboard pilot gets no real training and a shunning by most his collegues for being a mere human, all the while dealing with the scumbag partner that everyone seems intimidate by, despite all the Green Lanterns theoretically having the same power. Scumbag partner frames the annoying pilot for a murder he himself committed.
Harrison Ford Interview
This week has a strong candidate in that vein in the Darkseid War Green Lantern book, with a story that Ray and I loved unequivocally. Ray feels it treads familiar ground but I loved the optimism in the book. Now he can add the best Green Lantern comic since Geoff Johns bid his farewell to that list. However, where it even outdoes the excellent Batman issue is in its compelling portrayal of the psychological toll that this kind of power would take on a man — especially a man, like Hal Jordan, who has been tempted by unlimited power before.
Flyboy Hal Jordan Ryan Reynolds is selected to be the first human to join the Green Lantern Corps, a group dedicated to defending the universe from the threat of the Parallax. Opens June We like much of what we saw, but we do have some questions and concerns:. News that Ryan Reynolds would be sporting a motion-capture suit for his scenes as Green Lantern made us nervous, and now we know why--GL essentially looks like he's wearing nothing but one of Larry Blackmon's old codpieces or should the plural be "codpie"? Don't get us wrong, Mr. Reynolds has a magnificent body, one that mocks the fleshy donut around our midsection. But remember how uncomfortable Batman's nipples made you? Peter Sarsgaard looks great as super villain Hector Hammond , especially after his head gets all gigantic and gross. Unfortunately, the trailer doesn't tell us anything about Hammond or the plot of the film.