New Clip and Images for Green Lantern: Emerald Knights

A new clip and three new images for Warner Bros.’ upcoming direct-to-DVD animated release, “Green Lantern: Emerald Knights”, starring fanboy God Nathan Fillion as the cartoon GL, and Elisabeth Moss (“Mad Men”) as his GL in training, Arisia. Unfortunately for the lass, she doesn’t get much training before she’s thrust into a battle for the salvation of the universe. Or some such.

In this clip, the Green Lanterns line up to charge their rings for the upcoming battle with something called Krona. You’d think charging your super duper power rings would be more elaborate, or at least more practical then just standing in a big ol line and slowly moving up to do the deed. What is this, an Intergalactic peace keeping corp or an Intergalactic DMV?

“Green Lantern: Emerald Knights” charges up for its invasion of DVD on June 7, 2011 courtesy of Warner Home Video.


And in case you missed it, here’s a previous clip:




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  • Lexavi80

    The drawings look… I dunno… childish!. Not much effort in this one. Who knows about the graphics though. Maybe there’s sweet scenes with cool intergalactic graphics.

    So far the characters don’t impressme. Arissia looks like it was taken out from a bad 70′s anime.

    • http://www.originalgeekspodcast.com/ Dedpool

      WOW! I think you’re being a bit harsh Lexavi. It has the same artstyle as “GL:First Flight” which I loved. Actually I think the main story of Arisia and Hal is in that style and the stories of the Lanterns are in different styles. US cartoons are finally moving forward with their style and yet people are complaining. I for one think it looks great, I mean how much detail do you want. too much and it gets to be over drawn. Animation has to be somewhat simple or it becomes to difficult to animate (hence no Superman insignia on Supes cape in the cartoons). Also I think the anime influence works for this, and most comicbook oriented cartoons. Just my two cents though.

    • Falock_09

      personally there has not been one terrible movie from these kinds of films for me, so i can’t wait for this one too

      • http://www.originalgeekspodcast.com/ Dedpool

        I’m with you. There have been some that didn’t impress me as much as others but none have really let me down.