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Pre-Order Warner Archives Collection's 'Green Lantern: The Complete Animated Series' Now

The entire series is coming to Blu-ray.

Press Release

Warner Archive Collection continues to treat fans to Blu-ray™ releases of popular animated television with “Green Lantern: The Comlete Animated Series” coming March 18. The complete 26-episode series – on Blu-ray™ to best display the series’ stunning CG artistry – is now available for pre-order via Amazon.

“Green Lantern: The Complete Animated Series” is Warner Bros. Animation’s latest take on the intergalactic missions of Hal Jordan and his comrades in the Green Lantern Corps. Beautifully rendered on a breathtaking scale, “Green Lantern: The Complete Animated Series” is Warner Bros. Animation’s first completely CG-animated series.

Josh Keaton leads the way as the voice of Hal Jordan/Green Lantern, alongside voice-acting stars Kevin Michael Richardson (as Kilowog), Grey DeLisle (as Aya) and Jason Spisak (as Razer). The stellar guest cast includes Robert Englund (A Nightmare on Elm Street), Ron Perlman (Hellboy), Clancy Brown (The Shawshank Redemption), Wayne Knight (Seinfeld), Juliet Landau (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Kurtwood Smith (That 70s Show, Resurrection), Phil Morris (Smallville), Brian George (Seinfeld) and many more.

Executive produced by Sam Register (Batman: The Brave and the Bold, Ben 10), and Bruce Timm (Batman: The Animated Series), “Green Lantern: The Complete Animated Series” is produced by Giancarlo Volpe (Star Wars: The Clone Wars) and Jim Krieg (Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox).

Here’s the link to the Amazon pre-order page:

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00ISDJUYI

In addition to Blu-ray releases of “Beware the Batman” and the upcoming “Green Lantern: The Complete Animated Series,” Warner Archive Collection (WAC) has also recently distributed a DVD collection of “Marine Boy, Season 2.” WAC is also set to distribute “The Jetsons: The Complete Third Season” on DVD later this spring.

36 Comments
Posted by Jonny_Anonymous

:(

Posted by Avenging-X-Bolt

no, dont frown. Johnny must smile.

i miss the show too but we must hold our heads and look towards the future.

Edited by Black_Claw

I should be happy, but this just reignited my depression over the fact that it's cancelled along with Young Justice.

Edited by Jonny_Anonymous

@avenging_x_bolt said:

no, dont frown. Johnny must smile.

i miss the show too but we must hold our heads and look towards the future.

But... but it's so hard without it :' - c

Posted by Avenging-X-Bolt

@avenging_x_bolt said:

no, dont frown. Johnny must smile.

i miss the show too but we must hold our heads and look towards the future.

But... but it's do hard without it :' - c

I should be happy, but this just reignited my depression over the fact that it's cancelled along with Young Justice.

Believe me, you guys preaching to the choir. dammit, now I'm depressed.......

Posted by G-Man

It might not help but maybe if WB saw loads of pre-orders or high sales, they might reconsider??? Probably not. But it will look sweet on Blu-ray.

Edited by mak13131313

@g_man: But it will look sweet on Blu-ray

Yes it will!!

Posted by Avenging-X-Bolt

@g_man: its definitely worth a try and a buy. It'll have to wait a bit though so that i can try that Martian Manhunter promo lego though.

Posted by The_Titan_Lord

Nice.

Posted by G-Man

@avenging_x_bolt: Yeah, I was bummed about the MM LEGO. I just bought a $50 set at Target. Could've used it towards the online deal :(

Posted by johnreid5895

Pleaseberegionfree pleaseberegionfree...

The series' broadcast was...b*****dized in the UK on CN and this would be SO GOOD.

So...please be kind WB...

Because the only other options I have are a UK PS4 and a PC with a blu ray drive but that ain't convenient. Unless my Blu Ray player is secretly multi-region.

Posted by JakeN7

@jonny_anonymous: It had a full 26 episodes. Now you know how anime fans feel. At least I'm used to it. To be fair, animes are planned like that ahead of time and will write a beginning, middle, and end accordingly.

This is awesome though. Glad it's not coming out in stupid kids DVD packs that have 4 episodes each (you going to properly release Young Justice WB?) Blu-Ray makes me so happy.

Posted by k4tzm4n

Already bought the DVDs, but man, I love this show. So tempting.

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Edited by that_one_guy_at_the_comic_shop

OH BOY! Now we can watch all that sub-par cgi in HD! ):(

Posted by AllStarSuperman
Edited by ptigrusmagus

This was a good show

Edited by SynCig

Just pre-ordered my copy. I loved the show but I never had the chance to finish watching it. The last episode I saw was the Guy Gardner one. I'm excited to get this and watch it all.

Posted by GothamRed

Can they release Legion of Super-Heroes too, I feel that show keeps getting the shaft.

Posted by MrMazz

I really liked GL:TAS but man I'm already set to pick up Spectacular Spider-Man on Blu Ray. Still holding out hope for a YJ Blu Ray set even though I've already bought it all on DVD.

Edited by patrat18

@k4tzm4n said:

Already bought the DVDs, but man, I love this show. So tempting.

Agreed.

Posted by CommanderShiro

I gotta get this.

Posted by deadpool25mm

WHY DC ?! WHYY?!?!? BRING THE SHOW BACK DAMNIT!

Posted by NightFang

I mess GL: TAS along with YJ.

Edited by ptigrusmagus

The production and airing of this show is not up to DC

Edited by batmannflash

it would be cool if this blu-ray contained an extra season lol

but we all know that's not happening :(

Posted by modunhanul

@g_man said:

It might not help but maybe if WB saw loads of pre-orders or high sales, they might reconsider???

I really hope that happens...

Posted by Lurkero

Kinda depressing when a show that began airing just a couple of years ago is already considered "archive" material.

Edited by iMikosnyc

I just placed my preorder. This series is excellent. Hopefully the sales will be high enough for Warner Bros to release a direct to DVD movie. There's green in this series.

Posted by RustyRoy

Loved the show.

Posted by naked_snake

I usually don't like animated TV series, they are usually too childish (which makes sense since their main audience would be younger viewers). This show, however, was freakin' awesome, I did not expect to get hooked on in.

Edited by sinestro_GL

Oh the feels :(

Posted by bayma

Let me get this straight: A product derived from a Warner-owned company, DC, is being released by the Warner Archive Collection. A show that was originally aired on the Warner-owned Cartoon Network. Said Network cancelled the same show (completely unexpectedly, I might add) because it didn't get ratings (though we all know it was because it didn't sell toys). Then, in the press release for the very same show that apparently no one watched, it gets hyped as the "popular animated television" show. Consider "Bullshit" called.