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“My Green Lantern Can Beat Up Your Green Lantern”

Episode 68 of the Podcast of Oa has co-hosts Bill Giancoli and Myron Rumsey discussing their upcoming appearance at the Twin Tiers Comic-Con and the announcement that none other than Green Lantern artist Ethan Van Sciver will be the Guest of Honor and will be the topic of a Podcast of Oa Episode that will be recorded live at the show which runs on August 16-17 in Elmira, New York.

After discussing some recent Green Lantern comics, Myron and Bill share listener feedback that includes commentary about how Green Lantern might be represented on film in the upcoming Justice League movie and the rumored Flash/Green Lantern team up film.  Myron shares his opinion on Robert Venditti’s recent Hal Jordan origin story in issue three of Secret Origins and then tackles the topic of a recent DC Infinite article.
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Show Notes
00:00:00  Intro
00:02:08  Upcoming Convention Appearance
00:10:53  Sinestro #3
00:26:43  Green Lantern: New Guardians #32
00:35:02  Red Lanterns #32
00:49:21  Listener Feedback
01:09:08  Secret Origins #3
01:13:38  “My Green Lantern Can Beat Up Your Green Lantern”
01:21:22  Closing

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