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GREEN LANTERN: THE ANIMATED SERIES - SEASON 1 REVIEW

After so many decades of DC cartoons that focused on either Batman, Superman, or some incarnation of the Justice League, WB finally branched out and gave us Green Lantern: The Animated Series. And the timing seemed ideal, with the live-action Green Lantern movie having hit theaters in 2011. Sadly, that movie may have been the Animated Series' worst enemy. Between the lackluster box office performance and the fact that the movie action figures were clogging up toy aisles and preventing the release of an Animated Series toy line, this show was probably just doomed from the start. We only got one season of Green Lantern before Cartoon Network quietly shuttered it. But what a season it was. READ MORE...

GREEN LANTERN: THE ANIMATED SERIES - "DARK MATTER" REVIEW

Well, as Emperor Joseph II was so fond of saying, there it is. Green Lantern: The Animated Series is over. After a string of episodes marked by heartache, destruction, death, resurrection, and a buffet of emotions, it all came down to one final showdown between Hal, Razer, and Aya. The producers couldn't have known at the time that they were crafting a series finale as well as a season finale here. So fans should count themselves lucky that they received an episode that can function as both. READ MORE...

Green Lantern: The Animated Series Series Finale Review: Love at the Dawn of Time

Green Lantern: TAS brings all the feels out in its series finale. Read More... //www.tv.com/news/green-lantern-the-animated-series-series-finale-review-love-at-the-dawn-of-time-136344219580/

GREEN LANTERN: THE ANIMATED SERIES - "RANX" REVIEW

We've come now to the penultimate chapter of Green Lantern: The Animated Series. Like "Loss" and "Cold Fury" a few weeks back, "Ranx" and next week's "Dark Matter" form a loose sort of two-part storyline. Getting blasted across the universe last time barely slowed Aya down, and now she and her Manhunters have begun the final stages of her plan to eliminate all life in the universe. That plan, as it turned out, involves the Sentient City of Ranx and the return of another familiar face. READ MORE...

GREEN LANTERN: THE ANIMATED SERIES - "SCARRED" REVIEW

No one could accuse this week's Green Lantern of being a filler episode. "Scarred" built up to the final showdown between our three heroes and the Aya-Monitor, offering the return of a major character and a full origin story for the troubled artificial intelligence. The big takeaway from this episode was that Aya truly does have the spark of life in her, and that may be the key to her redemption in the final two episodes. READ MORE...

GREEN LANTERN: THE ANIMATED SERIES - "LARFLEEZE" REVIEW

Green Lantern got one step closer to introducing all the various colored Corps this week as the Orange Lanterns made their debut. Or Orange Lantern, more accurately, as our heroes discovered only one creature wields the Orange Lantern. And he does not share power. READ MORE...

Love Is a Battlefield - Review

The evil Aya Monitor invades the planet Zamaron, blaming the Star Sapphires for the pain she feels from her heartbreak. The unsuspecting Carol Ferris is summoned to represent Love in a battle against Hate's champion, Atrocitus of the Red Lantern Corps. READ MORE...

GREEN LANTERN: THE ANIMATED SERIES - "BABEL" REVIEW

Let's recap what's happened in the past couple of Green Lantern episodes. Aya sacrificed herself to save the Interceptor crew, only to come back in the tattered body of a Manhunter. The Anti-Monitor obliterated the Red Lantern Corps and killed one of the Guardians. Razer spurned Aya's love once and for all, causing a rapid onset of robo-psychosis and leading Aya to assimilate the Anti-Monitor's body and take control of the Manhunters. READ MORE...

GREEN LANTERN: THE ANIMATED SERIES - "COLD FURY" REVIEW

Well, it seems like Green Lantern viewers can't go three episodes without bad news coming down the pipeline. Last fall it was Cartoon Network's inexplicable choice to put DC Nation on hiatus. And this week brought the unwelcome news that both GL and Young Justice are effectively canceled once the current seasons wrap up. The only silver lining in all of this is that "Cold Fury" was another high point in a season full of great episodes. It really makes you wonder just how stellar a show has to be to appease the folks at Cartoon Network. READ MORE...

GREEN LANTERN: THE ANIMATED SERIES - "LOSS" REVIEW

With a title like "Loss," it was a safe bet that this week's Green Lantern episode was going to be marked by tragedy and hardship for our heroes. And it certainly didn't disappoint in that regard. Anyone who felt the conflict with the Anti-Monitor and his Manhunters was progressing too slowly should be satisfied with the way "Loss" amped up the pacing and brought real consequences to Season 1.5. READ MORE...