Tags : green lantern

Matt Taylor’s Latest Print, Green Lantern!

I am a huge fan of Matt Taylor’s art design and use of colors. I was first introduced to his work when he released his Star Wars: The Force Awakens print. To me, it was such a unique depiction of the Star Wars universe. It was fantastic. I immediately worked to keep up with Matt’s […]Read More

DEADPOOL Movie review!

I think it’s safe to say that more often than not, hype isn’t the greatest thing for a movie. It can create unrealistic expectations and can leave a lot of people with nothing but disappointment regardless if the film was in fact well made. However sometimes, in more rare occasions, the film can reach the […]Read More

Wizard World Comic Con Austin 2014

This year the Austin Comic Con was in early October, competing with Austin City Limits but that didn’t stop the fans from coming to this artistic event. My favorite thing about the Con was to see all the cos-players dressed up and I’m still amazed on how detail and creative some of the costumes were. […]Read More

Nerdlocker has coverage of 2014 C2E2 Expo

Coverage by our friend and Chicagoan Ray Till. It is that time of year again in Chicago. Time for the Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo A.K.A. C2E2. C2E2 has been an Expo since 2010 run by ReedPOP. These are the people that also run New York Comic Con, Star Wars Celebration, UFC Fan Expo and […]Read More

Wizard World Austin Comic Con 2013 Photo Gallery

I had the chance to attend Wizard World Austin Comic Con this past weekend and I have to say I was blown away to see how big it has grown since the first time it came to Austin. I saw so many celebrities there including William Shatner, Kelly Hu, Giancarlo Esposito, Stan Lee, Norman Reedus, […]Read More

Nerdlocker – Batman, Avengers vs. X-Men, Doctor Who Annual &

http://www.nerdlocker.com – This week the Nerds review a ton of the latest comic books: Batman #0, Before Watchmen: Comedian #3, Frankenstein, Agent of SHADE #0, Green Lantern Corps #0, Avengers vs. X-Men #11, Incredible Hulk #13, Stumptown #1, It Girl and the Atomcis #2, The Manhattan Projects #6, Star Wars: Lost Tribe of the Sith […]Read More

Nerdlocker Comic Book Review – Green Lantern Annual #1

http://www.nerdlocker.com – Brandon reviews the latest issue of Green Lantern Annual! Green Lantern Annual #1 Written by: Geoff Johns Art by: Ethan Van Sciver On Sale Date: August 29, 2012 If you’ve read it let us know what you think in the comments below! Special thanks to DC Comics. For more info on comics, video […]Read More

Nerdlocker Comic Book Review – JUSTICE LEAGUE #12

http://www.nerdlocker.com – Cubby reviews the latest issue of JUSTICE LEAGUE! JUSTICE LEAGUE #12 Written by: Geoff Johns Art by: Jim Lee, Scott Williams Backup Art by: Gary Frank Cover by: Jim Lee, Scott Williams Variant Cover by: Jim Lee, Scott Williams On Sale Date: August 29, 2012 If you’ve read it let us know what […]Read More

Jason’s Vault – DC vs. Marvel: Who’s Better at Animation?

On the latest installment of TV and Movie News (posted July 8th), Cubby emphasized that Marvel “has their movie stuff down.”  He is absolutely right.  Since the recent boom in superhero movies (which started with Marvel’s film  X-Men), Marvel has put out many more quality live-action films than DC. Cubby was also right to emphasize […]Read More

Not the Brightest Day, Nor the Blackest Night

“In brightest day, in blackest night, no evil shall escape my sight! Let those who worship evil’s might, beware my power… Green Lantern’s light!”  Anyone who can recite the Green Lantern oath from memory is going to be biased when it comes to reviewing the film.  Such a nerd will either be overly critical or […]Read More

Invincible, Green Lantern, Alpha Flight & More Comic Reviews

The gang reviews comic book releases this week like Invincible, Green Lantern, Alpha Flight and much more. Special thanks to Maximum Comics Las Vegas for supplying the reading materials. For all your Las Vegas comic book needs visit www.MaximumComics.com or stop by one of their two stores. For more info on comics, video games, movies […]Read More

Jason’s Corner – Flashpoint

I admit it.  I fell for the button promotion.  For every issue of the Flashpoint storyline, you get a free button.  So I bought them all and I will buy all the rest so that I can have all the buttons.  Yep.  Sucker.   Still, I am geeked about this series.  If the rumors that this […]Read More

Jason’s Corner – What the FF?

I have never been a fan of the Fantastic Four.  I never much cared that they were going to kill one of them off and cancel the series.  I suppose I hoped that it would be Mr. Fantastic.  But didn’t he die back in the 90s?  Still, killing off the Human Torch made the most […]Read More

Jason’s Corner – Flash Thompson is no Venom…yet.

After reading the Venom story from The Amazing Spider-man 654.1, I wasn’t expecting much from this book.  At first I hated the idea of Flash Thompson as the new Venom.  It’s not fair that the bully gets to be a hero. Let’s go back in the way-back-machine.  Flash used to be Spider-man’s biggest fan and […]Read More

Jason’s Corner – Green Lantern: Secret Origin

  Green Lantern: Secret Origin is a collection of Green Lantern issues 29 – 35 written by Geoff Johns and penciled by Ivan Reis. The story arc retells the origin of Green Lantern while also tying it into the recent development of the other colored rings (you will see the various symbols appear in the […]Read More

Jason’s Corner – Undead Heroes

Whenever playing superheroes with my seven-year-old son, who always chooses to be Batman, I unquestionably choose to team-up with the Dark Knight as the Emerald Warrior. Who wouldn’t want to possess a ring that can create a green version of anything you can possibly imagine? And outside of Arkham, is there any villain as cool […]Read More