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In episode 132 of The Podcast of Oa Co-hosts Phil Bova and Myron Rumsey chat about the 3rd issue of Grant Morrison and Liam Sharp’s The Green Lantern series and what might be going on with that surprise ending.  Myron and Phil talk about a lot of recent news and topics in the Green Lantern universe and share their opinions about the state of the Green Lantern franchise in response to listener feedback.

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Show Notes
00:00:00 Intro
00:02:07 Green Lantern Chat
00:34:25 The Green Lantern #3
00:51:57 Listener Feedback
01:05:00 Closing

2 Replies to “The Podcast of Oa Episode 132”

  1. You guys had some good comments again about the reduction in GL titles, with no home for Guy, Simon, and most of the Corps. How about bringing back quarterly oversized Tales of the GL Corps books??

    1. It really is a shame there is no team GLC book out on the shelves. Simon Baz is my favorite GL, but Kyle was a fave before him. The Corps is so interesting and there could be so many new and interesting stories in the mythos. I wish there could be just one monthly GLC book out there.

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