|COMRADES IN ARMS (AND RINGS)
Links to Other Green Lantern Pages
Every Web page should have a listing of links. These links below are chosen for their Green Lantern content or interest. Whenever possible, a "by line" and "established date" is included. Due to the nature of the Web, there's no guarantee a particular link will still be working by the time you visit. Categories include:
Green Lantern sites:
Featuring sites focusing on Green Lantern, Hal Jordan, Kyle Rayner, Alan Scott, the Green Lantern Corps or any components thereof. Please bear in mind these particular GL sites were listed based on the subject, not necessarily the quality of their presentation, though special notice should be given to sites listed as Recommended
Green Lantern Message Boards:
Places where you can talk to other fans about Green Lantern. Your mother warned you of places like these. Mind your manners, don't use
the "CAPS LOCK" key, take a large grain of salt and wear a flak jacket.
Other Notable Comic Pages:
Pages with or without Green Lantern material, but still great places to visit.
Some sites are listed as "no longer active". In those cases the link will bring you to the last active version listed in the "Wayback Machine's Internet Archive"
Bizarrome's Yellow Lantern World
Justice League Page: Green Lantern Corps
by Rome Maynard.
- This site am not about Green Lantern – it am about Bizarro! From the webmaster
of Emor’s Obsidian Universe and Rome's Emerald Universe.
by Jason Kirk.
- A section featuring the history of the Corps and a "Who's Who"
of the GLC. Recommended
by Mike Kirkpatrick.
- Features links, a fan fiction, and scanned art. No longer active.
Chris' Emerald Twilight Page
-Overview of the fall of the GL Corps and Hal Jordan in GREEN LANTERN Vol. 3 #48-50. No longer active.
Classic Comic Books: Green Lantern
by Michael E. Grost.
- Detailed, thought-provoking analysis of the themes in the Silver Age Green Lantern title. Recommended
Doug's Green Lantern Cover Index
by Doug Burton.
- Features cover scans from SHOWCASE # 22 to the more recent GREEN LANTERN
Vol. 3, with many series/specials in-between
by James Miller.
- Features up-to-the minute Green Lantern news, as well as the very impressive "Mall of Oa" merchandise section. Recommended.
by Ryan Summers.
- Features Alan Scott, Hal Jordan and Kyle Rayner. Gallery, profiles, timeline and links. No longer active.
Emor's Obsidian Universe
by Rome Maynard.
- Don't look for Obsidian AKA Todd Rice, Alan Scott's son. This site is devoted to the Antimatter Universe of Qward and
the Anti-Green Lantern Corps. From the webmaster of Rome's Emerald Universe and Bizarrome’s Yellow Lantern World.
Fanzing 6 - The Green Lantern issue
by Fanzing staff. 5/1998.
- Special edition of the online DC fanzine, focusing on Green Lantern with many articles and fan art. Recommended
Green Dimension – Unofficial Green Lantern
- Profiles, scanned art. By the webmaster of the Parallax website. No longer active.
Green Lantern Animated Gifs
-Part of a larger collection of sites, this site features animated gif files such as scanned character art, text, logos and symbols
Green Lantern: The Animated Series
- Features a fan-created "animated series." No longer active.
Green Lantern Central
- Focuses on Kyle Rayner. Limited site, in that its "profiles" are pages with a picture and a link to a
different, now non-existent, Green Lantern site
Domain - Kyle Rayner, Hal Jordan...
by Luke McBratney.
- Brief profiles of the major Green Lantern characters.
Green Lantern Page
by Brian Meenan.
- A tribute page to Kyle Rayner. Links to GL pages
Green Lantern Shrine
by Tom Petersen.
- Focuses on GREEN LANTERN from Emerald Twilight onwards. Also includes interviews from the Green Lantern
creative team(s). Recommended
The Green Lantern Shrine II
by "Prince Rabid." Established 04/19/2000.
- Focuses on GREEN LANTERN 2nd series, GREEN LANTERN: MOSAIC and other spin-offs, picking up where Green Lantern
Shrine I left off.
Green Lantern World
- Features a gallery and links.
Guy Gardner, Warrior
by Melissa Wilson. Established 02/27/1997.
- A well-researched Web site featuring the history and appearances of Guy
Gardner as well as fan art. Recommended
H.E.A.T. (Hal's Emerald Advancement Team)
- Home page for H.E.A.T., a GL fan group dedicated to the return of Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern
Corps. Features news, links and a history of H.E.A.T. Recommended
The home of the GLMB
- A "Who's Who" of the Green Lantern Message Boards on DC Comics.com by the webmaster of “Emerald News.” No longer active.
Home of the Last Green Lantern!!!
by Dustin Watson.
- Focuses on Kyle Rayner. Profiles, reviews, gallery.
In Brightest Day and Blackest Night
by Justin Matthew Pressnall. Established 06/28/98.
- Despite the name, focuses on Kyle Rayner. History, summary of issues from GREEN LANTERN 3rd series # 50 to 105.
The Jade Page
by "Ganthorion." Established 12/13/1998.
- Features Jade, from her first appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON to the more recent GREEN LANTERN 3rd series.
Profiles, links, and scans.
Joe Bergeron's Green Lantern Retrospective
by Joe Bergeron.
- Along with a review of the publishing history of Hal Jordan, this site features some of the best Green Lantern fan
art on the internet. Recommended
Justice Society Profile: The
by T. L. “drakesix” Canote.
- From T.L. Canote's Justice Society of America Web page, a profile on Alan Scott, the Golden Age Green Lantern No longer active.
The Lantern Pagoda
by Jon Hogan.
- Features pictures, sound, profiles, fan art, and links. No longer active.
by Marcello Vaccari.
- Italian Green Lantern site.
Mikey Danger's Green Lantern Page
by Mikey Danger.
- Focuses on Kyle Rayner. History and gallery.
Parallax – Fallen Hero
- Profiles, scanned art. By webmaster of the Green Dimension website. No longer active.
by Daniel Pike.
- A site dedicated to Hal Jordan, primarily consisting of scanned pictures from the comics.
Rome's Emerald Universe
by Rome Maynard.
- Focuses on Hal Jordan. From the webmaster of Emor’s Obsidian Universe and
Bizarrome’s Yellow Lantern World.
The Silver Lantern: A Tribute to DC Comics Silver-Age Featuring Green Lantern
by Ron E. Daudt. Established 08/01/1998.
- Focuses on the Silver Age, with cover scans.
The Space Formerly Known as Oa
by Matt Rayner.
- Focuses on Kyle Rayner.
Sunfyre9's Animated Archive: Green Lantern
- Features animation style designs of the major Green Lanterns. No longer active.
Tales of the Green Lantern Corps
- Part of the DC Legends Fanfic project.
The Unofficial Green Lantern Corps Web Page
by Jack Grimes and Michael Bond. Established 10/30/1996.
- The longest-running GL page on the internet. Featuring the Book of Oa: profiles of every known Green Lantern, Fan Fiction, Link Section, and more. Don't go anywhere, you're here already! The link will bring you to the original version of the site
Welcome to New Oa
The World of the Green Lantern Corps
- A fan fiction site combining the Green Lantern Corps with Elfquest, the Green Lantern Corps of Two Moons.
|GREEN LANTERN MESSAGE BOARDS:
Comicboards Green Lantern Message Board
ComicBloc's Green Lantern Forum
Comics' Green Lantern Message Board
|OTHER NOTEABLE COMIC PAGES:
Amazing World of DC Comics
by Brian G. Philbin.
- An index featuring the DC Comics published fanzine THE AMAZING WORLD OF DC COMICS # 1-17 & SPECIAL EDITION # 1.
- Dedicated to Ray Palmer, the Silver Age Atom.
The Aquaman Page
by Laura "Tegan" Gjovaag.
- Comics, cartoons, toys, even the pilot for an Aquaman TV show.
The Captain's Justice League
by Jason Kirk. Established 1996.
- Excellent resource for information on the Justice League.
Classic Comic Books
by Michael E. Grost.
- Reviews and articles featuring Silver Age DC Comics
The Comics Archives
by David W. Stepp. Established 08/25/1996.
- Focuses on the Golden Age, featuring the Justice Society Fact File, the Golden Age Checklist, the Golden Age Villain Fact File, the Seven Soldiers of Victory Fact File.
The Comics Archives II
by David W. Stepp. Established 01/02/1999.
- Focusing on the Silver Age, featuring the Silver Age Checklist, the Silver Age Villain Checklist, the Marvel Silver Age Villain Checklist, the Secret Society of Super-Villain Index, Buying and Selling Silver Age Comics, Recommended Reads and Links.
The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund
- The name says it all.
- The official DC Comics Web site.
Drakesix's Justice Society of America Web page
by T. L. “drakesix” Canote.
- A site featuring profiles, links, and an overview of JSA history.
Flash: Those Who Ride the Lightning
by Kelson Vibber. Established 3/1996.
-Excellent site featuring the Flash, past present and future.
Unofficial Green Arrow Fansite
by Jayme Blaschke and Scott McCullar.
- Merges Jayme Blaschke's >“Unofficial Green Arrow Shrine” and Scott McCullar's “Unofficial Green Arrow Compendium,” two excellent
Green Arrow sites, into one of the best comic sites on the internet. Excellent site featuring profiles, fan art and the history of DC's Emerald Archer from 1941 to the present
Jonah Weidland's Comic Book Resources
- A huge site devoted to comics from all publishers. Features include previews, message boards, links and more.
List of DC Comics DCU-Related Web Pages
by Michael Ponte (webmaster)
- A good source of links for the DC Universe.
The Master List of Comic Book Stores
- Why go to Diamond comics when this fantastic page can tell you where comic stores are in your neighborhood or around the globe.
Make a visit and give them an update if there's a store opening/closing in your area.
Monitor Duty - from the folks who brought you Fanzing
- Up to the minute news about comics.
Mike’s Amazing World of DC Comics
by Mike Voiles
– thorough featuring indexes, profiles and more.
by Alex Tam
- A well-designed site based on James Robinson's STARMAN series
by Andrew J. Gould and Steven Younis.
- An excellent, often-updated Superman site.
Superman Through the Ages!
- A well-researched site which follows the history of Superman
The Unofficial Guide to the DC Universe
- Massive site featuring sections on Who’s Who in the DC Universe, series/character indexes, history, message boards and partner sites/links.
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