Green Lantern Animated Series to Debut 11/11/11

During today's Cartoon Network panel session it was announced that the new Green Lantern animated series would debut on November 11th at 7 PM with a one hour special.  The Bruce Timm produced series is his first venture into CGI animation and the first of several DC CG series to come, with the next being Beware the Batman that was announced by Sam Register, the Executive Vice President of Creative Affairs for Warner Brothers.

Attendees at the New York Comic Con got to see the one hour special today, and Warner Brothers has provided the opening teaser sequence from the one hour special, provided by The Hollywood Reporter.

Update: Animated series producer Bruce Timm has announced that the series itself will begin airing in March or April of 2012.


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About Myron Rumsey

Life long Green Lantern fan and co-host of the Podcast of Oa.  I'm a Barbecue snob and aficionado of blues music.  Hal Jordan is my co-pilot!

3 comments:

  1. Awesome. Was wondering when they'd show off the pilot. Did they say that the series would air regularly following that, or were they waiting until next year to start airing it on a regular basis?

    Either way, between this, ThunderCats and Clone Wars? I'm excite. First time I'll watch CN for more than an hour in a long time.

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  2. The regular show should begin airing in March or April of 2012. (Too long of a wait in my book!)

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  3. Looks frackin' awesome! CG animation looks way better than the 1970's style that so many still use. It's time to evolve people! ;)

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