Update: Our live coverage cut out right before the panel ended, so here's a few more nuggets of info straight from NYCC: Cunningham: "When we get to the point where there is a crossover [between the GL books], it will be a time when you really, truly care about them."
Did Kyle's time as Ion happen, not happen, or kind of happen? Bedard said that he thinks all of the "major continuity milestones are still there," but that it was "nice to have that wiggle room." "We stick to it to a degree, we look at it, but you have to be fluid about it," Tomasi added, advising, "Just go with the flow."
Last fan question — what's up with Black Hand? "Black Hand is out there, and we know where he is," Cunningham answered, saying there may be plans for him in the future.Original story: Green Lantern has been a vital part of DC's publishing plans for years, and with four titles — Green Lantern, Green Lantern Corps, Red Lanterns and Green Lantern: New Guardians — making up 1/13 of The New 52, there's plenty of fodder to discuss at the "DC All Access: Green Lantern" panel late Friday afternoon at New York Comic Con. Here's the official panel description: "In Brightest Day, in Blackest Night, the minds behind the Green Lantern franchise take flight—onto the stage to shed some light on the Emerald Warriors! Join the Corps with DC Entertainment Chief Creative Officer and Green Lantern writer Geoff Johns, along with Tony Bedard (Green Lantern: New Guardians), writer Peter Tomasi (Green Lantern Corps) and more!" Follow along with live coverage right here: Got a comment? There's lots of conversation on Newsarama's FACEBOOK and TWITTER!