Source: The Daily Blam
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|Heroclix six figure starter set|
|Variant Hal Jordan Figure with Battle Shifter construct that started life as a buzzsaw|
|Green Lantern Board Game|
|Projector power ring - displays the Green Lantern logo up to fifty feet away!|
|Hal's Ring Blast Jet that changes into a tank|
|Hal's "Colossol Cannon"|
|A zoomed in view of the new artwork adorning the new t-shirt|
|Early concept art|
|Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively|
|Peter Sarsgaard as Hector Hammond and Ryan Reynolds as Hal Jordan.|
|Ryan Reynolds as Hal Jordan|
"With ‘Green Lantern,’ I don’t know about that one, I couldn’t get my head around the trailer, to be honest … look, I will say the following: X-Men as a brand is bigger than Captain America, Thor and the Green Lantern, all put together.”
"Fortunately, the Green Lantern that debuts in the feature film this June is based heavily upon the same core canon found in the pages of the comics," Lee said. "In that sense, Green Lantern is Green Lantern, so of course, future expansions of DCUO will want to tap into the same well of excitement and passion and awareness that's generated by such big blockbuster motion pictures.
"Themes of intergalactic heroism, conquering one's fears and making the galaxy a more just place translate well into both film and games," Lee said. "Fans just want great content, whether it be a hit movie or an awesome game. It's less important to have a game tied into a hit movie than it is to make the game fantastic on its own merits."
|Parallax concept art courtesy of the DailyBlam|
|Photo taken of the runway display with a zoomed in inset|
|The covers of the five youth books|