cosplaysleepeatplay:

Kilowog

Cosplayer: cpt-tightpants 
Not our GLTAS version of Kilowog, but still incredibly impressive.
EDIT: Thank you to the cosplayer for contacting us so that we could credit them.

cosplaysleepeatplay:

Kilowog

Cosplayer: cpt-tightpants 

Not our GLTAS version of Kilowog, but still incredibly impressive.

EDIT: Thank you to the cosplayer for contacting us so that we could credit them.

There’s a new Green Lantern live action film slated for 2020 [source].

If such a venture is successful, a new (or rebooted continuation — slim chance, but my blue lantern ring shines eternally) cartoon Green Lantern show might follow as our beloved GLTAS was originally green-lit based upon the existence of the Ryan Reynolds Green Lantern film.

I suspect we all know some writers/directors/producers we would recommend to Warner Brothers to helm the new live action film.

cloisismyfairytale:

For those that miss Green Lantern TAS there’s a special surprise in today’s issue of Smallville Lantern. Go pick it up http://www.readdcentertainment.com/Smallville-Lantern-6/digital-comic/90190

Are you kidding me? What? WHAT?!
We knew Bryan Q. Miller liked the show [link], but I had no idea he’d pull this! Bless you, Mr. Miller. I’m buying the issue as soon as I get home.
Smallville Season 11 is a digital first series (print issues are released significantly later) written by Bryan Q. Miller. This digital issue is available now via these retailers: direct from DC | Comixology | Amazon & Kindle | Barnes & Noble & Nook
Fanterns, show your support, the issue is just $0.99!

cloisismyfairytale:

For those that miss Green Lantern TAS there’s a special surprise in today’s issue of Smallville Lantern.
Go pick it up http://www.readdcentertainment.com/Smallville-Lantern-6/digital-comic/90190

Are you kidding me? What? WHAT?!

We knew Bryan Q. Miller liked the show [link], but I had no idea he’d pull this! Bless you, Mr. Miller. I’m buying the issue as soon as I get home.

Smallville Season 11 is a digital first series (print issues are released significantly later) written by Bryan Q. Miller. This digital issue is available now via these retailers: direct from DC | Comixology | Amazon & Kindle | Barnes & Noble & Nook

Fanterns, show your support, the issue is just $0.99!

elfgrove:

I am amused by some general shape/style similarities.

lady-bane:

Dyed Easter eggs last night with the family! Yay Lantern eggs!
(Green turned out a bit funky though… its hard to draw with white colored pencil)

lady-bane:

Dyed Easter eggs last night with the family! Yay Lantern eggs!

(Green turned out a bit funky though… its hard to draw with white colored pencil)

themaskedman:

The Emotional Spectrum

Awesome manips! Also props for the ROYGBIV sort from one extreme end of the corp variations to the other.

Go go Power Rangers!

giancarlovolpe:

Saint Walker the first Blue Lantern!

I did these quick guides to explain the dynamic of Blue and Green Lanterns to members of the crew that may not have been familiar with the color spectrum stuff in the comics.

It was later decided that the Green Lanterns should appear “fiery, like the Human Torch” when amplified.  The last sketch is something I roughed out quickly to inspire the designers.  They always make my ideas look way prettier once they get their hands on it.

Green Lantern: The Animated Series takes a page from the steampunk genre in this week’s episode. Superheroes meet steampunk! Be sure to tune in and try out a great show.

Green Lantern: The Animated Series 1x16: “Steam Lantern
After being blasted by the Anti-Monitor, Hal finds himself in a steampunk world!

Airing: Saturday & Sunday October 13th & 14th on Cartoon Network at 9am Central / 10am Pacific

Catch the promotional clip for the episode here: [link]

giancarlovolpe:

Hal’s Fighting Style:

During development of Green Lantern the Animated Series I did many “how-to” guides to quickly acquaint writers and boards artists alike with Green Lantern and his powers.

It was important for me to establish the rules of the universe, and how they were similar or different from the comics because of budget, necessity, etc.

At first I was really strict about Hal not making mechanical constructs that he didn’t understand the inner workings of, but after a while it was agreed that that’s what Green Lanterns are known for.  In the end, comic book canon won.