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With The Green Lantern: Season Two #3 signaling the return of the series to comic racks, co-hosts Phil Bova and Myron Rumsey have a new book to talk about in episode 164 of The Podcast of Oa.  In addition, the emerald team is joined by Donnie Underwood, co-cost of the Emerald Echo podcast and known for his great Green Lantern content on Twitter, for the “YOU are the Corps!” segment.  Myron and Phil also talk about the revised release dates for Green Lantern comics, a new DC / Hershey’s Chocolate promotion, and briefly chat about the latest DC animated film.

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Show Notes:
00:00:00 Intro / GL news
00:07:52 Green Lantern Fan Fun Fact
00:09:34 The Green Lantern: Season Two #3
00:21:31 YOU are the Corps! – Donnie Underwood
00:45:58 Closing


One Reply to “The Podcast of Oa Episode 164”

  1. Great show as always guys. I loved all the chat about meeting creators. It’s always a treat to meet the people that make the content that you love. It makes it more real. I remember meeting Ethan at my old local comic shop and leaning on a rack of back issue bins right behind his shoulder and watching him draw sketches for hours. Very nice guy. I also remember waiting for hours for my turn to get a sketch from George Perez at a con and just marveling at his skill. My biggest geek out was meeting Mark Bagley. Ultimate Spider-man was the book that got me back into comics after dabbling for a few years and really cemented me as a comic reader. So it was a very cool experience meeting the artist that drew it. As always, it’s great to listen to some comic chat. Thanks for doing it guys. Your listeners appriciate it.

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