DC All Access - 75 Years, 75 Green Lanterns

Seventy-five years ago, a railroad man named Alan Scott hoisted the very first emerald lantern...and a comic book legend was born. Many years and an entire spectrum of Lantern Corps later, Green Lantern remains one of the most popular super heroes to ever hit the page. In this exclusive DC All Access comics clip, we look at the many different looks and characters associated with Green Lantern over the past 75 years—from Scott's Golden Age glory, to Hal Jordan's Parallax-infused infamy, to Simon Baz's gun-wielding ring-slinging, and everything in between.

DC All Access - Top 10 Green Lantern Moments w/ IGN's Joshua Yehl

Celebrate Green Lantern's 75th Anniversary with DC All Access as IGN Comics Editor Joshua Yehl helps us count down the ten greatest Green Lantern moments from throughout the character's comic book history. Hal Jordan, John Stewart, Kyle Rayner, Alan Scott and Simon Baz are all represented. So did your favorite moment make the cut?

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Make these Green Lantern themed pancakes to celebrate 75 years of the Emerald Crusader!
Lighting the Way: Green Lantern Alan Scott

DC Comics’ beloved oath-saying hero is turning 75 this year, and with a monthly series of comics still on the shelves and a new movie arriving in time for his 80th, it’s clear that the character is still running strong.

DC All Access - Green Lantern's New Weapon is Old

Things haven't been going so smoothly for Hal Jordan lately, and with the Green Lantern Corps missing and entire worlds of people being turned to stone, it doesn't look like things will be getting any easier any time soon... or will they? In this exclusive DC All Access clip, we talk to Green Lantern writer Robert Venditti about how Hal Jordan found himself in this state, and what's ahead for him on the horizon. Can you say Black Hand?

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