As I kid, I loved the Green Lantern comic books. My favorite superhero was The Flash, but Green Lantern was a close second. If you’re not familiar with DC Comics superheros, Green Lantern is really test pilot Hal Jordan. When Jordan is chosen to become the Green Lantern on Earth, he’s given a ring of power that allows Jordan to do anything he can imagine. However, the ring needs to be recharged every 24 hours and is ineffective against the color yellow. A society of Green Lanterns work together to police the Universe. The recent Green Lantern movie showed the galactic scope of the Green Lanterns. This DVD of Green Lantern’s animated adventures is a fun experience if you’re into nostalgia (like me). GRADE: B+

8 thoughts on “GREEN LANTERN: EMERALD KNIGHTS [Blu-ray]

  1. Patti Abbott

    So this isn’t the one at the theaters now, I take it, but an animated one. I bet my grandson would like it.

  2. Stan Burns

    Wasn’t an issue of Green Lantern many years ago written by Larry Niven?

    I liked GL, but my favs were Adam Strange and Rip Hunter, Time Master

    1. george Post author

      I don’t know about Larry Liven writing a Green Lantern issue, Stan. I’ll have to do some research on that. I was a big fan of Adam Strange, too!

  3. Evan Lewis

    I WANT to like modern animation, but these days anything that’s not done by computer is too cheap and stiff to hold my attention. O, Mighty Mouse, Where Art Thou?


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