Friday, September 01, 2006

Green Lanterns Can't Joust

Wow, I'm too tired to post, or reply to your comments tonight. Rough day at work.

Instead, I have something for Sleestak's Hal Jordan Head Injury Project. From Super-Team Family, Vol 3. #12...


  1. Isn't the searing sun of Titan OUR searing sun? And wouldn't it be a tad less "searing" way the heck out in Saturn's neighborhood?

  2. Ol' Hal also lost a joust to Sinestro once on The Challenge of the Superfriends. He had to be saved by Samurai. That's got to be pretty humiliating, wielding the most powerful weapon in the universe yet you have to be saved by one of the non-continuity diversity heroes.

  3. Oh sweet pretty stupid
    Hal. Really why is it that poor
    Guy is the one in a coma all the time, when Hal obviously gets hit
    in the head a whole lot more of the time?


  4. Thanks!i've been slacking it a few weeks due to a hurt back. I'll add this now.

  5. You know, they could have used all this to explain away Parallax.

  6. Hey, Ragnell...I've actually been trying to respond to an e-mail you sent me, but it keeps getting bounced back. Anyway, the long and short of it is that I would LOVE to write the column you're wanting to see and if you have any ideas for an angle, I'd love to hear them. Write me back and let me know! Sorry...didn't mean to use your comment box for off topic stuff, but didn't want you to think I was ignoring your request!

  7. Completely off topic, but I think I found a picture for your next 'Flash is starting to scare me' post.

    Courtesy of this month's JLA Classified. Flash juggling with something you probably shouldn't juggle.

  8. I would like to extend an invitation to you to join in on a collective blogging section of our upcoming winter issue of Reconstruction

    Here is the original call:
    Theories/Practices of Blogging

    Our intent in this section of the issue will be to collect a wide range of bloggers and link up to their statements in regards to why they blog (something many of us are asked) and any statement they have on the theories/practices of blogging.

    If you already have a post on this you can feel free to use it, or, if you are interested, you can submit a new one.

    We will link to each statement from the issue at our site, with the intent of creating a hyperlinked list of statements on blogging that can serve as an introduction to blogging (or an expansion of knowledge for those already blogging).

    If you are interested please contact me at mdbento @


    Michael Benton

  9. Sleestak -- No problem. :)

    Batiduende -- Ooo...

    Loren -- I will get back to you once I get a day off next week.