Co-hosts Myron Rumsey and Phil Bova are here with episode 176 of The Podcast of Oa. In this episode, Phil and Myron discuss the lack of Green Lantern content at DC FanDome day 1. The emerald duo share their thoughts in their review of the recently released Green Lantern: Season Two #7. Listener feedback leads to including an excerpt from episode 17 of the Podcast of Oa when Myron and former co-host Bill Giancoli interviewed Guy Gardner.
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00:00:00 Intro / GL news
00:22:51 Know Your Corps – Iolande
00:24:18 Green Lantern: Season Two #7 Review
00:55:21 Listener Feedback
01:15:59 Guy Gardner Interview
2 Replies to “The Podcast of Oa Episode 176”
Good disscussion on this issue, one of my favourite things on this run is Morrison’s take on the old and young guardians. While I didn’t mind Johns’ take on the Guardians where they were the authority figures that I usually see in fiction. But Morrison’s take on Guardians really shows them being high concept figures in DCU without bringing down their characters. But still showing the need for GLs place in the universe as form of balance.
I also thought that line about Hal saying the Young Guardians were too young to understand how the universe works is very interesting given the current state of modern comics and stories are being told.
Once Grant Morrison’s run on Green Lantern is done, which writer that hasn’t previously done an extended run on Green Lantern would you like to see?- curious where Tom King ranks on your wish list