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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

Cartoon Network goes MAD with RiOA, Thomas the Unstoppable Tank Engine

Cartoon Network goes MAD with RiOA, Thomas the Unstoppable Tank Engine

On Monday, August 22nd, it’s time to go MAD once again! The Warner Bros. toon staring Alfred E. Neuman is back on Cartoon Network with all new adventures, for an all new set of laughs. So what’s up this week? When 8:30pm rolls around, MAD is dishing out an episode titled RiOA, Thomas the Unstoppable Tank Engine. The first name refers to a lonely little blue bird, who gets a hold of a magical green ring, sending the fowl from Rio to Green Lantern’s Oa. Then, we find Denzel Washington trying to stop an out of control Thomas in Thomas the Unstoppable Tank Engine. Throw in a little Jedi Negotiator, Spy vs. Spy, some Daredevil, and of course Alfred E. Neuman, and it looks like MAD is finally back.

Green Lantern In Brightest Day In Blackest Night

Green Lantern In Brightest Day In Blackest Night

On brightest screens, in blackest theaters! Green Lantern is making his way to the big screen today, June 17th, representing the latest line in super hero comic books invading the world of movies. For years, Hal Jordan has been saving folks across the DC Comics Universe, and now, thanks to DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Pictures, he’s leaping from the comics, through animated guest spots on Cartoon Network’s Justice League, and over to a theatrical release. With major successes like Batman’s The Dark Knight and Superman Returns already in the lineup for DC, they’re obviously expecting big things from GL. We know we’ll be there – how about you?

Green Lantern 3D movie from DC Entertainment

Green Lantern 3D movie from DC Entertainment

We’ve met Superman, the Man of Steel. We’ve met Batman, the Dark Knight. Outside of those two, the world of DC Comics up on the big screen has been rather scarce. But starting tomorrow, June 17th Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment plan to fix all of that by introducing the mass audience to another super hero, Green Lantern. Ryan Reynolds will star as Hal Jordan, the man with enough will power and lack of fear to wield the mighty Green Lantern ring. Will GL stack up with the other Justice League heroes? We’ll find out tomorrow when the film storms theaters in 3D. Will you have the will power?

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