New Clip From This Weeks Green Lantern: The Animated Series Featuring Bleez, Veon and Vice

New Clip From This Weeks Green Lantern: The Animated Series Featuring Bleez, Veon and Vice

Razar goes to the home world of the Red Lanterns, Shard, in an attempt to murder Atrocitus. More about that and a video clip after the jump.

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By dnno1 - 4/13/2012
In this week's affair (episode 7) titled "Reconing", Razar goes to the home world of the Red Lanterns, Shard, in an attempt to murder Attrocitus. Not to anyone's surprise he is met with a not so warm welcome. DC Nation has put up a short clip of this episode on their website:









The clip features a glimpse of Red Lanterns such as Bleez, Veon, and Vice as well as reoccurring lanterns, Attrocitus, and Zilius Zox. Also note that the Red Lantern oath has been modified (presumably for children's television).

Green Lantern: The Animated Series is based on the DC Comics superhero, Green Lantern and airs on Cartoon Network, as part of the DC Nation one hour block in the United States. The series is the first independent television series based on Green Lantern, rather than having the Lanterns make guest appearances or share a plot with different superheroes (which was common in the past) and the first DC animated series in Computer Animation. A total of 26 episodes have been ordered for the first season. Episode 7, "Reconing" will air on Saturday, April 14th.
Source: DC Nation
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dnno1 - 4/14/2012, 8:03 AM
@Pux, it is pretty dark the thought that they originated from the blood of the 5 inversions and that Red Lanterns have no heart.
kingmonkeyman - 4/14/2012, 1:05 PM
I'm getting kind of tired of this Razor character. He's just a grumpy bitch, and I wouldn't consider him Red Lantern material. I figure he's just going to become a Green or Blue Lantern anyway so I hope they just get on with it.
dnno1 - 4/14/2012, 6:15 PM
I take the Razar character to be someone like us (or rather a young teen). He has a chip on his shoulder because of the loss of his love and his home-world, but as the series progresses, he learns that he shouldn't hate but help make things right and to love again. You've got to give it a chance for the characters to develop and by the end of this season, I think we all will appreciate them more. I have to say that each episode has been really good and I am really surprised how well this is written and directed.
Action - 4/15/2012, 11:50 AM
I saw this episode on dailymotion and I think it was one of the best episodes, so far.

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