The fabric of intergalactic justice is threatened – until Hal Jordan arrives for his initial mission – in the animated Green Lantern: First Flight, the fifth entry in the popular DVD series of DC Universe Animated Original PG-13 Movies. A co-production of Warner Premiere, DC Comics and Warner Bros. Animation, the illuminated hero’s first-ever full-length animated film is set for release by Warner Home Video on July 28, 2009. Green Lantern: First Flight will be available as a special edition 2-disc version on DVD and Blu-Ray Hi-Def for $29.98 (SRP) and $34.99 (SRP), respectively, as well as single disc DVD for $19.98 (SRP). Order due date for all versions is June 23, 2009.
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I'll be picking this up for sure.GL is all around one of my top 5 favorite heroes. I'm just hoping this and the live action movie gets some more GL themed products out there. I missed out on DC directs Ring from 1998, I'd love for DC to Okay some WEARABLE high quality Lantern rings.(The pewter ... Read More
It looks like its worth a look. Now they need to make a flash one.
I've been looking forward to this as well. Also, the movie has been given the green light (no pun intended), so it's only a matter of time till we are all watching it. DC has been making a great choice at their voice casting; wish I could say the same about Marvel's voice talent. It's fine, don... Read More
WTF does this rant have to do wit the GL video?
Oops! I thought this was the WW thread LOL. Its offical people Queen's choo choo has jumped the track.
where the heck is that WW thread, never mind I see it. tah tah!
- 2009-03-01 @ 2:36 am
About time! I cannot wait for this.
I thoroughly enjoyed Wonder Woman, to me it is the best animated comic based movie thus far and I am hoping Green Lantern keeps up with that tradition. With this release and the live action movie coming up, I hope DC markets the heck out of the GL properties making him a house hold name and expa... Read More
Its about time we get too see a GL stand alone toon
This is the FIFTH DC animated direct-to-dvd release? What were the first four?