MR - What would happened during the second season had you had a chance to just do one. It doesn’t HAVE to be what you were going to do, you can make up some something on the fly if that’s safer.
JK - We talked about this more than you can imagine, like it is a very funny job where you get paid to have the conversations you had as a twelve-year-old boy, anyway, you know! Certainly we were in a go to the parallel universe. I don’t think it’s spoiling too much to say we are definitely in the see of Alan, the original Green Lantern. Because we set him up in the “Steam Lantern”….
GV - That was probably one of the biggest unresolved things of the first twenty six - that we hinted towards this character that did absolutely nothing for that particular story because we wanted you to anticipate him coming later and then we didn’t get to do it.
JK - GC had a good take on Kyle Rayner as being a fan boy of Green Lantern that in turn becomes a Green Lantern! That was a really good one, and we were gonna do John Stewart, you know, and I think what’s fun about it as we were just go and do it do it like the comic but do it slight spin on it, but still try to be really be respectful to the core of these characters, but still have fun.
GV - That was a personal goal is that we kind of wanted to roll out a new Earth GL every 13 episodes. So, like, John Stewart was up next and Kyle probably would’ve come in the back thirteen or something. And at that time there was no Simon Baz. Maybe if we would’ve had an additional season we could have…..
The transcript of the second half of Blog of Oa’s podcast with GLTAS producers Giancarlo Volpe and Jim Krieg. Here they talk about where GLTAS would have gone had the show been greenlit for a second season.
Again, a huge thank you to Myron for taking the time to type up a transcript.