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September 30, 2005


Jeremy Osner

Dig the nose.

Russell Arben Fox

But Hal Jordan had brown hair. Zoe's drawing has black. This is clearly Kyle Rayner, unless there is some detail I'm missing.

ben wolfson

He's wearing a hat?

Jim Treacher

Oa, cute!


I ain't dissing Zoë's artistic skills, but surely it's a drawing of the Green Lantern from the alternate universe where the Green Lantern of sector 2814 Gazoo crashed his spaceship outside of Bedrock?


To my mind this looks more like the golden-age green lantern- ths color patern of the suit is a bit more like that. I'd like it if she were going all golden-age on us.

Gary Farber

I look forward to giant fists, and scissors, and other giant green constructs, from Zoe, destroying the Gretna government, and going all Parallex (but then getting rid of it, a la Phoenix, and returning to your bosom, of course).

Hey, comics is about fantasy, right?

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