Hal Jordan's big-screen debut isn't nearly as bad as you might fear, but also not quite as good as you would hope
Comic book pros explore why DC Comics' GREEN LANTERN has endured as concept and fan favorite character for more than 70 years.
A look at the coolest & wackiest "constructs" made by Green Lantern rings over the comic book history of the franchise.
The team behind the GREEN LANTERN film, including star Ryan Reynolds, all agree on the importance of the source material
The Nerdy Bird plays the Needy Bird and hopes, nay, demands for 8 things to make the Green Lantern film a success.
"The action is not clean and deliberate, the way it is in a lot of these kind of films" says Ryan Reynolds in this Green Lantern preview. Also, Bla...
Jill takes a break from all the DC news to... review a DC animated movie. Her thoughts on Green Lantern: Emerald Knights inside.
The Castle and Firefly star talks about being selected to wear the ring of power and embody Hal Jordan in Green Lantern: Emerald Knights. STAY TUNE...
The clip features a confrontation between Green Lantern Corps trainer
Deegan (voiced by Wade Williams, Prison Break) and rookie recruit
DC Retroactive, the comic book event designed to make us all feel old, brings back the 90's Kyle Rayner as the sole Green Lantern.
Newsarama has five exclusive screenshots from GREEN LANTERN: RISE OF THE MANHUNTERS.
The Mad Men star talks about her character Arisia in Green Lantern: Emerald Knights.
heck out a new trailer for the glasses-less 3D experience on Nintendo's newest handheld console. Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters hits Xbox 36...
We have played two levels of Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters & have our hands-on impressions of the game fueled by willpower.
The animated clip features Hal Jordan (voice of Castle star NATHAN
FILLION) beginning his mentoring of Arisia (Mad Men star ELISABETH
MOSS) as the ...
See the powerful villain the Green Lantern
Corps must battle to save the universe -- just as new recruit Arisia
is arriving to be mentored by Hal J...
Graeme McMillan looks at the comic book sales chart and asks why DC does so well at the top but not so much after.
It's a four-pack of day-of-release reviews, including GREEN LANTERN #65, AVENGERS #12, the debut of MARIJUANAMAN and more