Kyle Rayner and Bleez … or as I like to call them; Kyleez. You have no idea how hard I ship these too. I hate that Bleez isn’t in Green Lantern: New Guardians …. and the title kind of doesn’t make sense anymore since Kyle is the White Lantern, not Green. UGH, DC! Always imagine this becoming you’re know a pair like starting off from being enemies to couple with having there different still found way love each.
What you’re all this about Kyle Rayner and Bleez starting hooking up and became two odd lanterns couple?
Does anyone else think there are too many human Green Lanterns? The Green Lantern Corps is diverse with lots of alien species, robots and squirrels, but over the years it's notable members who get the most development time in the comics are Increasingly becoming human. Also, not even all the current human Green Lanterns are in the picture above. There is also now Sojourner Mullein who has her own comic series.
Now this can easily turn into a flashpoint between people and I don't like to argue unless it's something I'm very passionate about and I hope people don't start fighting each other here. So I'm only going to say my piece and then let others give their opinion. Now Alan Scott becoming gay occurred in Earth 2 as well, but this was a different person in a different time. The Rebirth Alan Scott isn't.
I don't like them repurposing a character just to increase their portfolio of LGBT or people of other races. I don't have anything against it but that's just lazy writing and quite frankly Alan Scott is quite forgotten by much of the modern audience especially those who don't read comics. Why can't they heavily push new LGBT characters into major stardom? The only one I know they seriously pushed is Harley Quinn.
It would have been okay if Scott was a modern hero, but he's not. Distorting a character for the sake of appearing progressive is something not welcome. It's interesting they showed struggles of homosexuals from that time period, but they can do it with someone else. Geoff did it with Carver Coleman in Doomsday Clock and the result was interesting.
If you want to repurpose old characters why don't DC just make Batman and Superman gay? They're far more popular. Because that would be very risky. There is no need for token repurposed characters.
I was watching Superman: Red Son (previously having read a bit of Green Lantern: Earth One) and I noticed how those Green Lanterns only glow green and have the Green Lantern symbol almost imposed on their chest, while wearing whatever it may be.
So, is the Green Lantern Ring "space magic", or emitting "space magic"? What happens to their normal clothing? How does a Lantern Corps member make more rings? Could a Green Lantern encapsulate a normal house and turn it into a castle or something?
This question got me thinking about the supposed problem with the CGI'ed GL suit in the 2011 movie. I honestly didn't see anything wrong with it.
Greetings, friends and fans. I have had a question on my mind for quite some time, and I believe you may be the ones to ask! I will start out by expressing that I don't read comics. Just movies, so there's a lot that I'm probably missing. So I apologize for my ignorance!
I'm quite fond of the animated movies. Justice League: War springs to mind! But something kind of bugs me, and that's Green Lantern. He seems to be comedy relief or something. His 'fights' go the same way: Says something cocky, looks like he's winning at first, opponent breaks free, Green Lantern has to shield himself and the opponent breaks that as well. Superman, Darkseid, Doomsday. It seems like Hal is always either overestimating himself or underestimating his enemies, at least that's the way it seems to me
But confidence is fine, as long as you can back it up. Just saying! So I guess my question is, has Hal always been portrayed this way? Like in other media, I mean. Will he get better or stronger? Is there some event that might tune him down a bit, make him more serious? Any answers will be most appreciated, thanks for your time!
Also I will note that I liked the Green Lantern Jon Stewart more. From the animated Justice League series! He was cool, calm and wise. Hal seems the opposite sometimes lol. And sorry, this Post is by no means meant to insult Hal or his fans! I am just curious ^_^
Most of the old superheroes started simple with a limited set of powers or abilities. But over time they have grown more powerful as writers wanted to outmatch their previous portrayals. Don’t get me started with Bat-God. Except for Superman, who at a point in time could move planets and eventually his powers have been decreased (but still way far superior than when he first appeared), which other DC main (or even B-list) has been depowered (or their powers been taken down a notch) from his original conception?
I can think of Captain Marvel not using the wisdom of Salomon that much, but otherwise...
Im curious about Green Lantern and his villains. Is there someone here who can explain the whole Green Lantern thing? or stuff?