Showing posts with label Green Lantern. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Green Lantern. Show all posts

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Barnes + Noble suggests...

At the Seven Corners' Barnes and Noble bookstore this weekend, I bought some Green Lantern novels (an old failing of mine) and in addition to a receipt, I got a slip labelled "You May Also Like..." with some other Green Lantern books, and a couple of superhero novels. I didn't particularly need the recommendations, but it's nice to see them trying harder.

Tuesday, June 07, 2011

Monday, August 09, 2010

Comics at Brickfest 2010

I was hanging around with Ryan Claytor (more to come on that) so I couldn't make LEGO's Brickfest this year, but my neighbor Chris Ingram, the real LEGO fan, shot a couple of pictures for me:

The Green Lantern -


Asterix the Gaul and his village -




and Matt Dembicki just sent in this Bill the Cat from Bloom County / Outland / Opus -

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Glen Weldon on upcoming comics movies

For Glen's thoughts on Iron Man 2 (brief), Green Lantern (longer) and the attractiveness of superhero costumes (longest), see Steel and Spandex: Two Oscar Night Super-Developments, Considered, National Public Radio's Monkey See blog (March 10 2010).

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

OT: Would you pay a half of a million dollars for Green Lantern?


The New York Times had an ad last week for an auction at Bonhams for Mel Ramos' 1962 painting The Green Lantern with a pre-sale estimate of $600-800K. Obviously influenced by Gil Kane, the painting sold today for $500,000. Bonhams site has more details including the painting's history.