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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny View Post
    Was that scene from Injustice?
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    Yeah, the Injustice 2 tie-in comic. Hal was great in it and Guy's ghost/manifestation of Hal's guilt was epic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vartox View Post
    I don't believe this has been announced yet but it showed up in DC's collections catalogue

    I'm excited for this.

    I actually would'nt mind HBO Max used this as basis for thier show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silly View Post
    I'm excited for this.

    I actually would'nt mind HBO Max used this as basis for thier show.
    I'm interested to see what their primary influence for the series will be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny View Post
    Ironically none of DC's attempts to make Hal more relatable over the years ever really worked. Making him a truck driver or toy salesman or a disillusioned aging veteran never really clicked with the audience, they wanted the young hotshot who knew he could get the job done and wasn't remotely shy about it. In my opinion Hal is one of those characters where the "60s power fantasy" thing actually works and trying to change it out of fear of being outdated has only proved to lead to worse results.
    Hal Jordan is basically the Captain Kirk or Indiana Jones of the DC line. He needs to be bombastic and largely than life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KNIGHT OF THE LAKE View Post
    Hal Jordan is basically the Captain Kirk or Indiana Jones of the DC line. He needs to be bombastic and largely than life.
    Dead on right! I couldn't agree more! Hal boldly goes where no one has gone before while making it up as he goes! That's what makes him awesome!
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    Quote Originally Posted by WestPhillyPunisher View Post
    Dead on right! I couldn't agree more! Hal boldly goes where no one has gone before while making it up as he goes! That's what makes him awesome!
    And with less Ham .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frontier View Post
    And with less Ham .
    Definitely less ham. Scene chewing among the Earth Lanterns is Guy's department!
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    Quote Originally Posted by silly View Post
    I'm excited for this.

    I actually would'nt mind HBO Max used this as basis for thier show.
    a definite yes for me.

    that would really be an awesome show...

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    I can imagine HBO Max leaning more sci-fi than superhero. The one thing I hope to see is to see the GL franchise infused with a sense of wonder - it's become too mundane that an earthling is called to serve an intergalactic peace-keeping force with aliens from all over the universe. That should be epic and amazing and thrilling! If the show can do that, I will be a happy viewer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j9ac9k View Post
    I can imagine HBO Max leaning more sci-fi than superhero. The one thing I hope to see is to see the GL franchise infused with a sense of wonder - it's become too mundane that an earthling is called to serve an intergalactic peace-keeping force with aliens from all over the universe. That should be epic and amazing and thrilling! If the show can do that, I will be a happy viewer.
    that's what i'm thinking.

    i imagine that the show would feature space ships and locales of alien planets. i imagine that green lantern would do a lot of walking when exploring, and flying and ring construct stuff would be during the action scenes.

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    I just hope the HBO series purifies the GL franchise from the Ryan Reynolds/2011 film infection.

    Not unlike how Spectre sought to purify Hal from the Parallax infection.

    If the GLC film is stuck in development hell, then I hope Hal is prominently featured in the HBO series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny View Post
    Ohhhh Loving that Batman. That may be my favorite version yet. Where is this from?

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