We\'ve been at this for over 5 years, and we still love Green Lantern as much as when we started. We\'ve got interviews, we spotlight characters, we talk merchandise, but our favorite thing to do is discuss the comics and have fun doing it. Listen in and see what we\'re all about!
Frankie Mateo hosts the Green Lantern Corps Podcast. Featuring a semi-rotating panel of hosts, The CorpsCast discusses all things Green Lantern, Past, Present, and Future! Definitely Check it out! Find old episodes at www.thegreenlanterncorps.com/web/interviews.html
Now Playing has a bonus episode for you: BECAUSE YOU DEMANDED IT, Arnie, Jakob, and Stuart take a break from their Marvel Comics based movie reviews to look at a DC Comics property--Green Lantern! Starring Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively, Peter Sarsgaard, and Mark Strong, this is DC's attempt to emulate Marvel's Iron Man success with the B-level Emerald Knight. Does it reach Iron Man heights? Is Angela Bassett the new Samuel L Jackson? Listen to find out!
Green Lantern's Light is a monthly podcast exploring the late-Bronze and Modern Age adventures of the Green Lantern! Each episode, we look at the stories of Hal Jordan, John Stewart, Guy Gardner and the entire Green Lantern Corps, beginning with GREEN LANTERN #172 from 1983.
In the 1990s no one saved the world from aliens like Will Smith! In 1996 he piloted us to freedom in Independence Day, and for summer of 1997 he was doing it again as one of the Men in Black. With Tommy Lee Jones as his dry, experienced mentor, the two must save the world from an intergalactic war. Is this a film you should remember, or is a neuralizer the better option? Listen to this excerpt, and find out details how you can donate and hear the whole show! Note: This podcast is not available for general download. The Men in Black Retrospective Series was made as a special "Thank you" for those Now Playing Supporters who donate between April 1 and July 31, 2016. You can listen to a preview of this podcast now, and then visit our donation page to find out how to pledge and support Now Playing!
Van Jensen, writer of Green Lantern Corps during Lights Out, Uprising, Godhead, and Futures End stops by to talk with Mark and Chad! Topics include the death of John Stewart rumors, Vans entrance onto the title, how he familiarized himself with the GL Universe, and his new upcoming book CRYPTOCRACY! So listen in as the guys get the scoop from Van himself! Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
TheGreenLanternCorps.com proudly presents The Green Lantern Corps Cast, a podcast focusing on all things Green Lantern! That’s right, we’re back (again) and we break down the big news concerning DC Comics’ upcoming Rebirth initiative in June. From creators to characters we tackle it all and of course shenanigans are a plenty. We’re back and have big plans for you all this year. Download/Subscribe via iTunes here or listen online here! Featuring an opening theme from Kirby Krackle (http://www.kirbykracklemusic.com/)
The first movie review episode of 2016 arrives as Chad and Mark discuss the good and the bad from Batman V Superman! The guys discuss the future of the DC Cinematic Universe, as well as how the fans and critics reacted to this divisive film. Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
During our annual server cleanup, we discovered some more odd audio files. We present them to you here as potential proof of a multiverse outside of science fiction. Or maybe just a multiverse that branches out solely from our show. Does that make us the podcast PRIME? Hmmmm Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
What could be big enough to reunite Jim, Dan, Chad, and Mark? Well, DC Rebirth of course! The former and current hosts discuss their thoughts on what Rebirth means to Green Lantern and the DCU as a whole. Throw in a healthy debate about Jessica Cruz's role in the DC cinematic universe, and you have one great episode! Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
March books are upon us! Chad and Mark glide through the Edge of Oblivion before almost drowning in the despair of Telos and Green Lantern. Luckily, the boys are saved by the warm glow of this months Sinestro! The big question is do both hosts survive their respective rants on sloppy editing and character misuse? There's even time for LISTENER FEEDBACK despite the tirades! Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
Our coverage of Green Lantern Corps Quarterly CONTINUES! Listen in to the FIFTH of EIGHT episodes spread out over 2 years as we bring forth such notable stories as an obscure Green Lantern with a cyclical death complex, Alan VS sudden youth and sexy illusions, the answer to the question nobody had about Itty, and the ultimate finale to the GNort stories! All of this and Civil War trailer talk! Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
It's time for February books! Chad and Mark cover the three monthly Lantern books, with some Telos and Harley Quinn thrown in as a bonus! This episode includes at least two Mark mini0rants, as we build towards his coming complete meltdown in response to Green Lantern 50. Nothing will ever be the same again! All of this and LISTENER FEEDBACK! Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
Chad returns with another episode featuring the historic Green Lantern/Green Arrow run from legendary creators Dennis O'Neil and Neal Adams! This time around we're talking Harpies, Gorgons, Amazons, Wizards, Aliens, and other dimensions! The common thread? Feminism! Yeah, we're confused too. Listen in! Music - 'Everything Has Its Point' by Rival Schools. Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
DC has had over 15 years of television dominance. From Smallville to Arrow, The Flash, and Supergirl, the heroes of DC Comics have come to life on the small screen. But not every attempt to bring the comics to life succeeded. Birds of Prey was cancelled early, and David E. Kelley's Wonder Woman pilot was never aired at all. Neither was Justice League of America - a 1997 TV movie intended as a pilot for a CBS series. With The Flash, Green Lantern, The Atom, Martian Manhunter, Fire, and Ice sharing the screen, is this a lost gem? Join Now Playing's Super Friends Arnie, Stuart, and Jakob to find out!
Our editing program is giving Chad a run for his money, so, in an effort to provide you with SOME Green Lantern talk, we present to you some "lost" recording from last year! That's right! Listeners Daoud and DeWayne joined Mark and Chad for the annual Christmas episode that never came to be. But the audio still exists and it's not just inane rambling! There's SUBSTANCE to be had! So listen in and we'll see you next week! Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
Hal Jordan gets an important lesson in the nature of duality as he and the Spectre confront the ultimate example of it, TwoFace! Can Harvey Dent live without TwoFace? And can Hal Jordan live without the Spectre? Take a listen and you might just find out! All that, plus Rebirth speculation, toy talk, and more! Please visit our site at http://www.lanterncast.com
Life moves pretty fast around here, and if you don't stop and listen to us once in awhile, you may miss something. Like a current issue review episode! Mark and Chad turn around and put out YET ANOTHER one! This time covering the 3 Lantern titles from January! All of this and LISTENER FEEDBACK! Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
Mark and Chad kick things off this episode with their first current issue review segment of 2016! This time we talk Hal's family reunion, Sinestro's desperate plans, the finale of the Star Trek/GL crossover, and the end of the Lobo series! Then we wrap up with a healthy dose of affirmation in the form of LISTENER FEEDBACK Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
DC recently, kinda, announced a new relaunch event for the summer called 'Rebirth'. So Mark and Chad went into breaking news mode and pulled up a couple of mics to discuss what this news means for the DC Universe and Green Lantern in particular! Listen in! Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
It's time for the annual movie preview episode, so Chad and Mark discuss the 2016 films they are looking forward to the most! And what would this episode be without the ones they could care less about? What releases make the dreaded 'Three Pounds of Monkey Crap' list? You might be surprised. Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
Quentin Tarantino returned to the wild west for his 8th film -- The Hateful Eight. Yet this new movie's focus on a group of untrusting, violent men trapped in a cabin makes it also a return to the director's style from Reservoir Dogs. Starring Samuel L. Jackson and Kurt Russel as two bounty hunters stranded in Wyoming, is Hateful Eight as good as both those earlier films...or it it worthy of your hate? If you make a donation of $25 or more to Now Playing before Jan 31, 2016, you can join Arnie, Jakob, and Stuart to find out!
In memory of friend of the show and fellow Green Lantern podcaster Shawn Engel, Mark and Chad cover the 'Hero Quest' storyline from the Kyle Rayner run. Listen in as the guys discuss one of Shawns FAVORITE GL's as he seeks advice on just how to be a hero from; the caped crusader, the worlds mightiest mortal, and the amazing amazon! THIS ONES FOR YOU SHAWN! Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
Mark and Chad are joined by friend and fellow podcaster Ryan Daly to talk about the latest silver screen entry into the Star Wars saga, 'The Force Awakens'! The guys have all seen it three or more times and they're primed to spend TWO HOURS discussing and speculating! So settle in and start the replay in your minds eye because spoilers abound in the FIRST episode of 2016! Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
Mark and Chad return to their microphones to bring you their thoughts on the November Lantern related titles! How many people does it take to put Black Hand back together again? What the hell is a Light God? Of all people, WHY Wonder Woman? These are the questions we...well, answer is the wrong word. Anyway, all of this and LISTENER FEEDBACK!! (some of it from GIRLS!) So LISTEN IN! Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
Hal's journey continues as he learns the true nature of the Spectre's essence while confronting Mistos and the Risen. And he makes some time to save Superman and Batman's bacon too! All that, plus Jim shares his thoughts on the GL Universe and Mark explores the content of the very first Star Wars "Smuggler's Bounty" collector's crate! It's more podcasting magic people! Please visit our site at http://www.lanterncast.com
It's an all star lineup as fellow podcasters (and fellow Lantern fans) Myron Rumsey and Corwin Crowl join Mark and Chad to talk about the current state of the Green Lantern Universe! Where are we now? Where are we headed? Where do we want to end up? These are the questions driving the discussion and these four panelists are among the best equipped on the internet to lead the conversation! Enjoy! Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
Our coverage of Green Lantern Corps Quarterly CONTINUES! Listen in to the FOURTH of EIGHT episodes spread out over 2 years as we bring forth such notable stories as: Sorcerer Green Lanterns and their fondness for scantily clad assistants, Grundy VS Alan VS Jade VS Logic, G'Norts thrilling adventure at a class reunion, and a housewife gets a ring! All of this and listener feedback! Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
The Hunger Games novels topped the New York Times best seller lists and went on to become Amazon's all-time top selling book series (outselling even Harry Potter). Jennifer Lawrence was an acclaimed Oscar-nominated actress gaining mainstream attention after her role in X-Men: First Class. When those two came together, with Lawrence playing lead character Katniss in the Hunger Games movie series, the result was a worldwide phenomenon. The first three films alone grossed over $2 billion worldwide. Now the fourth and final Hunger Games film is set to be released, and leading up to Mockingjay Part 2 Arnie, Stuart, and Jakob are watching and reviewing all the Hunger Games movies. Did the original movie The Hunger Games do the book justice? And how is it not just a young adult series? Donate to Now Playing to help keep the podcast going into next year, and you can listen and find out!
It's time for yet another current issue review episode! As we go through the October Lantern titles: Sinestro is a cocky jerk, Hal has a penultimate-but-not-really showdown with Black Hand, Lanterns stuck in another universe...well, remain stuck there, the Enterprise is besieged by Lanterns, and Lobo kills people but it doesn't stick! All of this and LISTENER FEEDBACK, including a peek behind the scenes of the making of the LanternCast! Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
The episode you have LITERALLY been WAITING for is finally here. Mark and Chad pull up their respective microphones and deal with a horror more intense than any faced on this all hallows eve...by reviewing Threshold. Jim, Dan, and Chad reviewed the first four issues TWO YEARS ago, and now Mark and Chad return to finish it up. The suffering is REAL! Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
Quentin Tarantino is an obvious go-to for Mexican standoffs, but perhaps not so much for Mexican vampires! Yet that was the topic of one of the filmmaker's early scripts that he revised and made with his pal Robert Rodriguez. Tarantino focused on his acting in his largest role to date, and Rodriguez handled the directing. With TV star George Clooney and Tarantino staple Harvey Keitel along for the ride, this crime-horror comedy found a cult following during its 1996 release. But do these vampires such? Thanks to your donation to Now Playing Podcast you can listen and find out!
Finally, after years of waiting, Mark and Chad delve into the epic storyline from the Kyle Rayner series known as 'The Power of Ion'! Join the guys as Judd Winick grants Kyle Rayner the powers of a God and shows us exactly why Kyle is a true hero. Featuring appearances by John Stewart, the Spectre, Parallax, Alan Scott, Jade, Terry Berg, Merayn, the Justice League, and a WHOLE LOT of gorgeous Green Lantern history recaps! It's one you WON'T WANT TO MISS! Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
We reach the episode numbering double digits as Chad covers issue #81 of the HISTORIC Green Lantern and Green Arrow series from the 1970's! What do overpopulation, a book called 'The Population Bomb', and a Doctor named Paul Ehrlich have to do with anything? Listen in and find out! Music - 'Everything Has Its Point' by Rival Schools. Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
It's September books! So join Mark and Chad as they talk Hal Jordan filler stories, the emotional spectrum in the Star Trek universe, why it's cool certain alien Lanterns speak english, Lobo VS Sinestro, Lobo VS the Indigo Trible, Lobo VS Red Lanterns, Lobo VS Mark, and more! All of this and Chad returns to ranting! This time? Annuals! Plus FEEDBACK! Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
Our coverage of Green Lantern Corps Quarterly CONTINUES! Listen in to the THIRD of EIGHT episodes spread out over 2 years as we bring forth such notable stories as: Underwater grenade-shaped beings and their (surprise!) potential for instability, the completely unneccesary return of Prince Peril, G'Nort somehow encounters humans even dumber than he is, and the answer to the question nobody asked! All of this and we talk about the cancelation of 'Lost Army'! Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
On September 11th-13th, 2015 Chad and his future brother-in-law went down to Alamo City Comic Con in San Antonio, TX. This special episode features his recap of the convention as well as interviews with Philip Tan and Pat Broderick! Also included is the audio from the Brett Booth and Andrew Dalhouse panel! Be sure not to miss this one! Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
What happens when Relic enters the picture? Well, Black Hand can't get anything up and Krona finds a pal! Meanwhile, Sinestro abducts an alien that abducts people for a living while Hal and Kirk shake hands and shatter Universes. All of this and, finally, LISTENER FEEDBACK! You guys are just the coolest. So listen in! Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
Star Wars. It twice became the biggest movie of all time. It has launched a billion dollar empire of movies, toys, and merchandise. It has even started a religion. But now, under the ownership of Disney, the Star Wars universe is set to expand infinitely with a new movie each year -- starting with Episode VII: The Force Awakens. Now Arnie, Jakob, and Stuart go back to where it all started -- the 1977 original George Lucas film Star Wars (a.k.a. Episode IV: A New Hope). Listen to this review, then come to NowPlayingPodcast.com to hear our entire series!
The Japanese government has a new law to help deal with unruly, rebellious teens -- Battle Royale! Each year a class of students are put in competition to kill each other, and the last survivor wins. Based on the novel by Koushun Takamil, this ultraviolent film gained acclaim for its satire and its violence. It's also been speculated Hunger Games author Suzanne Collins used this story as the basis for her hit novel trilogy. Will the Now Playing hosts have a Battle Royale when reviewing the film? Listen to this preview, then donate to Now Playing and find out!
Jim and Mark discuss the debacle that was Force Friday and share their own disappointing misadventures during the overhyped, underwhelming Star Wars event! All that plus general thoughts and discussions on the upcoming blockbuster. Warning: spoilers, theories and rumors abound! Share your thoughts with us on our voicemail at 708-LANTERN! Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
Chad continues his retrospective look into the historic GL/GA series of the 1970's by tackling issue #80! This time around the social commentary is environmental in nature (ha, PUNS!) so hold onto your butts, we're going full tree hugger! Also, Chad takes some time to highlight the VERY FIRST letters column featuring a glimpse into "real time" fan perspective of this amazing title! Music - 'Everything Has Its Point' by Rival Schools. Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
Is Hell really what we make it? Is it simply a state of mind? Is the Devil simply doing God's dirty work? And what do these questions (and Leo Tolstoy) have to do with a comic book? Journey into the world of the Spectre #1 with Mark and Jim and all will, hopefully, be made clear! And could a trip to Hell be complete without a discussion of the Fantastic Four, a film flop of biblical proportions? Please visit our site at http://www.lanterncast.com
Holy crapola! The first episode of August is a current issue review conversation featuring the GL books out in the month of July! HOW PUNCTUAL IS THAT?! But for realsies, listen in as we continue following along with Hal's tortured renegade status, John and CO babysitting Krona, Sinestro being and -cough- well...you know, and Green Lantern in the Star Trek Universe! WOOHOO! Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
For their final OFFICIAL entry into the 75th Anniversary of Green Lantern celebration, the guys are graced by the presence of Jacque Nodell, the granddaughter of Alan Scott creator Martin Nodell! There was really no better way to tack an exclamation point on the celebration! And if that wasn't enough, after the break, the guys review the first EVER 'Green Lantern #1' from 1941 featuring the talents of Martin Nodell himself! An interview AND a landmark Golden Age review? TOP THAT! Haha! Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
It's about darn time! The guys pull up the mic once more in a penultimate episode entry into the "OFFICIAL" GL75th anniversary event! The topic? Why it's none other than the 3 issue series featuring Alan Scott himself "Heart of Darkness"! Jade, Kyle, Obsidian and the Starheart join the fun in this wicked interdimensional insanity romp! And so do we! Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
Mark and Chad are BACK with current issue reviews for the June books! After a brief update from Chad, the guys talk Sinestro shenanigans, Hals new direction, and the new Lost Army title! Rancor amnesia, gauntlet self control issues, the logic of multiversal rebirth, and LISTENER FEEDBACK abound! Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
Mark and Chad take a few moments, ok about two hours, to run down the more important bits of news from the 2015 San Diego Comic Con! Deadpool, X-Men, The Flash, Arrow, Legends of Tomorrow, Suicide Squad, Gambit, Batman V Superman and MORE!!!!! Complete with special audio clips! BANGARANG! Please visit our site at http://www.lanterncast.com
Mark and Jim are back to fill in the gap between Day of Judgment and the Destroyer of Worlds arc. The boys discuss how JLA #35 and Green Lantern #119 help pave the way for Hal's ongoing Spectre series. Just don't expect them to completely agree on how successful the paving was! All that and some GL movie talk too, as our Green Lantern 75th anniversary celebration continues all summer long! Please visit our site at http://www.lanterncast.com
Our coverage of Green Lantern Corps Quarterly CONTINUES! Whew, just under the wire! Listen in to the SECOND of EIGHT episodes spread out over 2 years as we bring forth such notable stories as: Alan Scott VS a headache (or was that Hector Hammond?), snarky and unhelpful Green Lantern rings, the origin of Waverly Sayre, drug induced Green Lantern history, and the continuing adventures of G'Nort and Sax Girl! This one's a doozy! Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
Kicking off the celebration of the 75th anniversary of Green Lantern, the guys cover a story they've been WAITING to talk about! Emerald Knights! That's right, a time lost Hal Jordan comes back to the 'present' with Kyle and crazy sauce ensues! So join Mark and Chad as they talk Mjolnir constructs, mom jeans, freaky toes and Guys inability to understand anything! Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
Convergence has come and gone and the guys gather round ye olde microphone to talk all about it! Was it anything more than two months of filler issues while DC moved? Were the Lantern titles of any interest? Does Mark think they even got the continuity right? Well, listen in and find out! Oh and multiverse talk, casting news and more! Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
With Charles Manson safely in the rearview mirror, Chad moves forward to issue 79! This time around Denny and Neal tackle the Native American Civil Rights movement of the 1970s. Why was this a big deal? How was it handled in comic form? Was it any good? TUNE IN! Music - 'Everything Has Its Point' by Rival Schools. Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com
Gerry Conway and the concern surrounding creator equity in comics have recently been in the news. So to show our support of the comics creator community, the LanternCast joined up with several other podcasters and bloggers to celebrate Gerry Conways contribution to our hobby! We here at the LanternCast put our own unique stamp on it by covering two great issues written by the man himself! What did we think? How much do we enjoy Conways take on Green Lantern? What do crazy crabs have to do with anything? Listen in and find out! Please visit our site at http://www.LanternCast.com