Greenlantern Reboot debation

Greenlantern Reboot debation

Warner brothers debating on if too reboot their letdown green lantern franchise.

Yesterday in Vanity magazine Warner brothers discussed its ending Batman franchise and the lack dc comic book characters on the big screen excluding the return of superman in Zack Snyder's man of steel. Warner brothers is debating on rebooting or creating a sequel. Overall no matter what it looks as if we will be getting a different green lantern sooner then expected.


But if the reboot would happen who would you have it focused around?

Hal Jordan the first human shown to join the Green Lantern Corps and a founding member of the Justice League of America.


John Stewart a architect and veteran U.S. Marine from Detroit Michigan, who was selected by the Guardians as Hal Jordan’s backup after Guy Gardner was seriously injured in a disaster


Guy Gardner The appointed Green Lantern of Space Sector 2814, an alien named Abin Sur from the planet Ungara, crash-landed on Earth after being mortally wounded. As Sur died, his power ring sought and found two potential successors: Guy Gardner and Hal Jordan. Jordan was nearer to the crash, so he was chosen over Gardner.[4] In the later Booster Gold series it was shown that a time traveling Booster convinced Gardner to visit his dying father, thus ensuring that Jordan would be the candidate in closest proximity. Gardner was relegated to backup status should anything happen to Jordan.


Alan Scott Thousands of years ago, a mystical "green flame" (a meteor) fell to Earth in ancient China. A voice in the flame prophesied that it would act three times: once to bring death (a lamp-maker crafted the green metal of the meteor into a lamp; in fear and as punishment for what they thought sacrilege, the local villagers killed him, only to be destroyed by a sudden burst of the green flame
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