Green Lantern Animated Series

Green Lantern Animated Series

There are basic categories of people. You will find out in this epic movie adventure that is a must see and must have. People tend to operate out of a certain energy flow. They think and do along these lines, sometimes to their own detriment. Varying degrees of “Morality” separate the entities. A noteworthy theme toward the end of the series is the drone like entities can recognizes the Latern’s by their “feeling expressions“. If they show no emotion in speech or action they cannot be recognized. If they are found out all the drones unite and will zero in for the attack to destroy the Latern’s. The reference to the repression of “feeling expressions” theme is repeated in the moive “The Invasion“. It is a repeated twice in this movie which signifies something of importance to pay attention to.




Review by Everything a Green Lantern Fan could dream of!
By Noah K Mullette-Gillman on March 24, 2014
Format: Blu-ray | Verified Purchase
I’ve been reading Green Lantern since the early 1980s and let me tell you, these 26 episodes are everything that I could have ever dreamed of in a Green Lantern cartoon. It’s a massive epic story involving Hal Jordan, The Red Lanterns, Larfleeze, The Star Saphires, Guy Gardner, The Anti-Monitor, Kilowog, Tomar-Re, and even Ch’p! (Although I notice they don’t call Ch’p by name. Is there a rights issue?) And somehow they subsume the plots of Crisis on Infinite Earths and Zero Hour while they’re at it!

I had no idea this was such an amazing show when it was on the air, and it is a tragedy that it’s been cancelled. But we have this perfect run of 26 episodes. There’s not a weak one. It’s the greatest GL epic ever in any format!

I notice a strong Star Wars influence, especially the stronger elements from the prequel trilogy. It’s what we’ve been saying all along the GLC concept was begging for.

They even make a John Stewart/ Jon Stewart joke! “The fake news guy?”

This completely makes up for that sub-par Green Lantern movie.

The invasion – Sweat is a healing agent

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The invasion – Sweat is a healing agent

The invasion – Sweat is a healing agent Sweating while sleeping is a healing agent that helps to re engineer our bodies at night while we are sleeping. The Invasion movie from 2007 is an intense and engaging horror film that will keep you at the edge of your seat. The people in the movie go into a deep sleep while a certain foreign/alien essence takes over and reanimates their bodies producing a lot of sweat while in a cocoon state. They emerge into drone like entities that can recognizes humans by their “feeling expressions“.

If you show no emotion in speech or action they cannot recognize you. Note the two individuals both black men, who shared the “show no emotion” Tip to the Nicole Kidman character. They also serve and protect the protagonist’s with helpful tips to help them avoid calamity. One man is a police officer with a stronger and fierce countenance whom at first frightens Nicole’s character but quickly shares whose side he is on before she give away her fright to the invaders. The other gentleman is riding on the subway next to a black woman who folds under pressure as the invaders are searching out “humans” to convert over to their side. But before she does he quickly tells Nicole’s character to gain composition quickly before the invaders enter the cabin and suspect her emotion. Once they enter the black woman folds under pressure giving herself away and up to the invaders whom catcher her but Nicole’s character and the black gentleman escape…..also note the subliminal pairing of the redhead and a black man. Redhead symbolizing half breed, sub par caucasoid, as well as a symbolic Isis for American/British mixing bowl of the different races….the black man in America is the amalgamation of all the races on the planet. The symbolic Isis role reversal has taken place, from black women to white.

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Green Lantern Animated Series

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