Episode 262 is here! We are going GREEN!

Episode 262: We’re going GREEN! This episode is devoted to Green Lantern in film, on direct to dvd and in gaming! We do also have a brief tangent on Lois and Clark in the DC relaunch. We are joined by friend of the show Myron Rumsey of the Blog and Podcast of OA.

We have friend of the show voicemails from Donny, Chad and Charlie!

Show Notes:

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0:00 Show opening, http://www.heroinitiative.org,  our ongoing contest (Ragingcontest@gmail.com), senseiofwhatnot@gmail.com, http://www.nycomiccon.com, http://www.c2e2.com, http://www.summitcitycomiccon.com show voicemail line 1-440-388-4434 or drnorge on Skype,and more.

4:53 Green Lantern Film and quick discussion on Lois and Clark possibilities in the relaunch

1:56:45 Voicemails and a shout out to Sean’s Earth Station One appearance

2:20:36 Green Lantern Emerald Knights discussion

3:14:44 Show Closing (Hawkman song by friends of the show “Wednesday Heroes”) http://wednesdayheroes.com/wordpress/

We’ll be back next week with our next episode.  Check Ragingbullets.com and the forum for regular updates.

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Some Cool DC Twitter Activities

http://dcu.blog.dccomics.com/2010/03/03/todays-the-day-read-first-wave-1-with-jim-lee-and-geoff-johns/

First Wave #1 is released today and I figured it would be cool to remind everyone that you have the chance to read it with Geoff Johns and Jim Lee if you follow them on Twitter. I think this is a cool way to make use of Twitter and add a different dynamic to the reading experience.

http://dcu.blog.dccomics.com/2010/03/03/get-a-signed-copy-of-the-flash-1-via-twitter/

I mentioned yesterday how stoked I am about the new Flash book. There’s a cool chance to get a collector’s item copy. If you are a trivia buff, starting April 7, they are offering 5 lucky winners each day a chance to get a signed copy.

I am glad to see so much focus on making the comics experience interactive and fun. This is a great use of internet technology.