And frankly, it looks like a


From The Daily Blam!

What a clusterfuck!

You can half-way understand when a Powerless Comic Book Company has no say in how their characters will be interpreted on film. But Warner Bros owns DC Comics for chrissakes… So who didn’t care enough or have the balls to simply say, “Uh folks… You know this film would be a lot more more fan friendly if you could, at least, leave the damn battery alone.”

First the suit, now the battery.

Hopefully  the story will make up for it.

I think the sight of a dozen– or 144– GLOWING Green Lanterns whizzing around in space with day glo costumes is going to epilepsy inducing— if not downright damaging to my corneas.

Just remember, these are the same people who gave the OK for Catwoman and Superman Returns!

(Thanks to CCW*TV Blog’s Jose Melendez for the link!)

  1. Mike F says:

    It looks kinda interesting to me. The handle is what kills it tho. IDK about this movie. I sense another Bastardized superhero flick

  2. Morlock50 says:

    I’m starting to get a little worried. I hope this doesn’t turn into DC’s Ghost Rider moment.

  3. Aries says:

    You also have to consider that when something like this is drawn in a comic it is drawn in a simple manner for a reason. Imagine having to draw a power battery (because that’s what it is. It’s not a lantern it’s a power battery. And green lanterns have been shown to have different types) that was as complex in detail as the one in the picture 15 times an issue and still have time to draw the rest of the comic in 1-2 weeks. Things like this are drawn simple to lessen the strain on the artist.

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