With great quiz comes great responsibility.
With great quiz comes great responsibility.
In brightest day, in blackest night… Figure out which lantern’s right.
Thor: The Dark World opened with the best debut weekend for a Marvel Studios movie that doesn’t feature Iron Man — but how does it stack up at the box office to all other cinematic superheroes?
The lanterns’ rings are out of juice, their power batteries are empty, and they’re about to face one of their most powerful foes of all time. What’s next for the Green Lanterns? Robert Venditti And Van Jensen offer a preview of Green Lantern Corps #24 shed some light on “Lights Out.”
Can one universe handle this much snark? Potential League members must be able to kick ass and cut a biting retort at a moment’s notice.
Andrew Garfield wondered aloud why Spider-Man couldn’t be gay, but the reason could lie within the very pages that first brought the character to life.
There are some things we’ll never get over. WARNING: Spoilers for a whole mess of movies, TV shows, comics, and books — this is old news for most geeks, but proceed at your own discretion.
Test your, uh, movie knowledge.
A new breed of superhero is born. Geoff Johns sits down with Buzzfeed to talk about Simon Baz and writing a Muslim Lantern.
In a DC Comics universe-wide reboot, Alan Scott (the original Green Lantern) is now an openly gay superhero. His new storyline will be revealed in Earth 2 issue No. 2, which comes out Wednesday.
Can you name the superhero based solely on their predominant color? Artist Gidi Vigo created a series of hyper minimalist posters with nothing but a superhero’s Pantone color match, now converted into a nerdy graphic design quiz. Answers at the bottom!
Isn’t putting “The Flash” on your car sort of tempting fate? Starting November 30th, DC Universe will be tooling around the Outback.
Thanks for drawing this, Joe Quinones. The world needs more Lando.
DC Comics honchos Jim Lee and Geoff Johns are subjected to an intense grilling by BuzzFeed editors about their massive relaunch, The New 52. Virtually all of the major DC titles, from Batman to Wonder Woman, are starting over at #1 with brand new stories and mythologies. We confront the DC creative team about this very important event with very stupid questions. Watch Video ›
Things start out on a strong WTF note, but wait until you get to the 4 minute mark. Will you be glad you lasted that long? Depends. Watch Video ›
Because modern humans must be entertained every moment of their waking lives, SEGA has developed a game system for urinals. I hope they bring this to America. Watch Video ›
In celebration (or in spite) of the release of the new Green Lantern movie I thought I would delve into the world of Lantern Corp Mash-Up Fan-Art. In case you didn’t know, there is now a bunch of different lantern types of different colors. Wikipedia that shit, it gets complicated. (via The Uniblog) View List ›
When the missing Green Lantern Ring went missing from the movie set, no one suspected the lead actor, Ryan Reynolds.
The adaptation of the DC Comics superhero franchise, starring Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively, is one of the biggest movies of the summer. But is it terrible? According to this critic, maybe not. View List ›
The official parody poster that accompanies The Muppets/ The Green Lantern parody trailer. View Image ›
The internet is bountiful with nerd stimulant this day. Over 8 minutes of footage from “Green Lantern” popped up online, none of it spoilery, all of it giving a decent flavor of what the film will ultimately feel like. The final clip in particular, called “Parallax,” shows off Ryan Reynolds making some sweet-ass hard-light constructs with his power ring. *squee* Oh, and Blake Lively. View List ›
Too many multi-verses? Shut. Down. Everything. Starting in September, DC will be hitting the veritable reset button on many of their franchises. Each of these heroes goes back to issue #1 this fall. (via bleedingcool.c) View List ›
This movie is looking better and better. The dreadful, original trailer is forgiven.
Predicting a movie based on the trailer, always a dicey act of prognostication.
Sorry Hal Jordan, but you’re only king of the hill on our tiny blue rock.
What’s the take away here? Romantic comedies need more explosions! This year’s summer blockbusters are ready to party in this excellent supercut. Watch Video ›
Artist and avid cyclist Mike Joos does an ongoing series of illustrations depicting various geek icons on their bikes. From Spider-Man to Dale Earnhardt, everyone loves a good bike ride. Yes, Dale Earnhardt is a geek icon. NASCAR fans are nerds. View List ›