I’ve been reading the Injustice Gods amongst us comic books and my Lord!!!!
I really hate Green Lantern and Wonder Woman.
Before I can go further into this, I have to say that the episode “Patriot Act” Season 3 Ep 7, is one of my top favourite episodes the Justice League has ever produced.
It starts out with a typical “American” opening I guess, with them defeating Nazis. (Nothing screams America louder).
So the new trailers from Justice League and Wonder Woman has dropped and my-oh-my
Batman v Superman is the most conflicted I have ever felt about any superhero movie, actually any movie when I think about it. Because what they get right they get amazingly right, and what doesn’t work well really takes you out of the whole cinematic or viewing experience.
let’s start with a few things, this is not going to be a review of the film but more of how I felt when watching it, and re-watching it and rewatching it. (bear-in-mind this film is close to 3 hours long, so that’s a lot of time I’m not getting back).
I am so sorry that I have been away for long, There have been some issues with my computer but that’s not gonna stop me from doing what I must and I have a lot on my mind so within the next few days will be a lot of opinions in both the Marvel and DC universe 🙂
Here’s a sneak peak of my next post in-case you’re wondering
I have been doing a lot of background research and reading, not only in Green Lantern but the whole emotional spectrum, and I couldn’t help but think how cool it was. The whole concept of Oa, the origin of the universe, order and justice and the use of light to govern major things that go on within the DCverse.
Green Lanterns are much stronger than people think.
And then another idea came to me, and that was would an origin story for the green lantern be better if it explained more about the Green Lantern universe or if they talk more in detail about the main character and correctly portray his origin…..hmmmm?
Well let’s discuss