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Warner Bros. brings Green Lantern to Cartoon Network November 11

Warner Bros. brings Green Lantern to Cartoon Network November 11

Green Lantern has been on quite a roll lately. The Green Lantern comic book series from DC Comics was recently rebooted, along with GL’s appearance in Justice League and several other titles. The Emerald Knight had his own animated DVD and Blu-ray hit stores over the summer. And then, let’s not forget the Warner Bros. summer blockbuster with Ryan Reynolds that opened Hal Jordan up to a movie franchise. What else could he possibly get? How about his own animated series! Better yet, make it CG animated. And bring along the geniuses behind the original Batman: The Animated Series, Superman, and Justice League Unlimited shows. Now we’re talking green with envy. The Cartoon Network series kicks off on November 11th (that’s 11-11-11 for you number fans ….number fans…?) so be sure to check it out. In the meantime, let’s have a look at a whole world of screens from the toon!

Beware My Power, Green Lantern’s Light

Beware My Power, Green Lantern's Light

This Friday, November 11th, it’s time to go Green – Green Lantern! At 7pm, Cartoon Network will shower the channel in an emerald glow as it officially debuts the premiere episode of Green Lantern: The Animated Series with the very first episode, Beware My Power… Green Lantern’s Light! The DC Comics super hero joins forces with the Warner Bros. folks behind Batman: The Animated Series and Justice League Unlimited to unveil an entirely new chapter in the life of Hal Jordan in the Green Lantern Corps. Fully animated in CG, Green Lantern The Animated Series features Hal patrolling the Guardian Frontier and defending all that is good from the evil Red Lantern Corps. and their galactic threats. Take a sneak peek look at the show in action

Green Lantern Lights Up in Warner Home Video’s Emerald Knights

Green Lantern Lights Up in Warner Home Video's Emerald Knights

Not easy being green? Well, what if there was a whole CORPS of you out there? And each one of you had this magical ring that basically turned every idea and thought of yours into reality. Sounds a bit easier, huh? That’s the story behind Warner Home Video’s upcoming superhero Blu-ray and DVD, Green Lantern: Emerald Knights. When the title hits stores on June 7th, DC Comics will feature their star ring-slinger, Hal Jordan, amongst a whole crew of other Green Lanterns across the galaxy in six different adventures. Nathan Fillion will voice Hal Jordan, DC’s main GL, joining a voice cast that also includes Elisabeth Moss, Henry Rollins, Jason Isaacs, and Roddy Piper. Take a look at the box art and some of the announced bonus features

DC Comics lights Green Lantern: Emerald Knights in stores June 7th

DC Comics lights Green Lantern: Emerald Knights in stores June 7th

Move over, Ryan Reynolds! There’s a new ring slinger in the DC Universe – at least the animated one. To couple the hype for DC Comics’ upcoming live-action Green Lantern film, Warner Bros. Animation is releasing a special collection of animated GL segments on DVD June 7th, called Green Lantern: Emerald Knights. Nathan Fillion will provide the voice of Hal Jordan, whose quest is to train Arisia, a new recruit, voiced by Elizabeth Moss. Just like when Warner Premiere brought Batman: Gotham Knights to the small screen as it’s big brother brought the Dark Knight to the big screen, Warner is hoping to spark some added green interest in the character with this new DVD and Blu-ray title. Will this just be the beginning of the Lantern Corps? We’ll just have to wait and see

DC Comics and Warner Bros announce Green Lantern: The Animated Series for Cartoon Network

DC Comics and Warner Bros announce Green Lantern: The Animated Series for Cartoon Network

It started with Super Friends. Years later, it was appearances on Superman: The Animated Series. Then starring roles (and multiple portrayals) on Cartoon Network’s Justice League and Justice League Unlimited. Within the past two years, he had his own Warner Premiere cartoon movie and then reports of an upcoming live action mega blockbuster film. Move over Batman, and stand aside Spider-Man, Green Lantern is making his big move to stardom! Time Warner / Warner Bros. and DC Comics have announced that Cartoon Network will be the proud airing network of Green Lantern: The Animated Series. The toon will debut after Ryan Reynolds wields the ring in the June 17, 2011 big screen, live action, 3D debut. If you’re not too green with envy, take a look at some of GL’s most recent animated work in Green Lantern: First Flight

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