Join hosts Myron Rumsey and his co-hosts William Giancoli or Phil Bova as they talk about the DC Comics characters in the Green Lantern universe. The Podcast of Oa is the official podcast of Green Lantern fan website The Blog of Oa (www.blogofoa.com) featuring discussion on the beloved DC Comics characters that can be enjoyed by Green Lantern fans of all ages If you love the Green Lantern mythology you'll enjoy the in-depth analysis and humor as they discuss every facet of DC Comic's cosmic universe and are periodically joined by comic creators and other who have brought the Green Lantern universe to life.
Episode 187 - Future State, Part 2
For Episode 187 of the Podcast of Oa Co-hosts Myron Rumsey and Phil Bova discuss both Future State: Green Lantern #2 and The Green Lantern: Season Two #11, plus they share some conversation about the John Stewart story in DC's Valentines Day Special. For this episode's "Know Your Corps" spotlight, Phil talks about one of the insectoid members of the Green Lantern Corps, Cimfet Tau.
Episode 186 - Mercy, Mercy Me
Co-hosts Phil Bova and Myron Rumsey discuss Hal Jordan's first team-up in the Geoff Johns era when they discuss Green Lantern #7-8 in The Podcast of Oa Episode 186. Before that the two talk about the new Green Lantern Funko Pops coming soon and the new Todd McFarlane John Stewart action figure - plus a new audio interview with Green Lantern creator Martin Nodell from 1994. Plus, Phil Bova talks about Von Daggle in this episode's "Know Your Corps" segment.
Episode 185 - Future State, Part 1
The Podcast of Oa Episode 185 starts 2021 off with co-hosts Phil Bova and Myron Rumsey taking a look at the first installment of the two-part "Future State" event, Future State: Green Lantern #1. Myron and Phil also discuss the just-announced cast for the upcoming new Green Lantern series being written by controversial writer Geoffrey Thorne. Phil provides listeners with some background on G'Nort in this episode's "Know Your Corps" segment, plus Myron and Phil respond to listener feedback.
Episode 184 - A Visit From St. Walker
Myron & Phil talk about several holiday-themed Green Lantern issues in The Podcast of Oa episode 184. First off the emerald duo talk about Green Lantern: Mosaic #9. Then the two talk about Green Lantern volume 3 #36. The last entry is issue twelve from Hal's Spectre series. All that plus a musical interlude from Razer and a special message from our power rings.
Episode 183 - Hal and Carol and Carol and Hal
Hal and Carol and Carol and Hal
Co-hosts Myron Rumsey and Phil Bova talk about the latest issue of The Green Lantern in The Podcast of Oa Episode 183. There's also some Green Lantern news as well as comments and feedback from our listeners - plus Phil shines a spotlight on the Green Lantern of Sector 3590, Zevonn Parzzx.
Episode 182 - Twittergate
The Podcast of Oa Episode 182 is an extra-sized episode as co-hosts Myron Rumsey & Phil Bova take to the Podcastverse to discuss a wide array of Green Lantern topics. Phil and Myron tackle the controversy sparked with the announcement of Geoffrey Thorne writing a new ongoing Green Lantern series & the revelation that his social media presence shows that he's a very biased John Stewart fanboy. Myron & Phil also review Green Lantern volume 4 number 6. There's also a lot of listener feedback this episode
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Myron and Phil are a necessary part to any Green Lantern fan experience. These two are extremely knowledgeable and maintain a positive outlook which helps during the COVID-19 lockdown. Recommend this podcast to every Green Lantern fan I meet!
Best GL podcast
Awesome people talking about a great character. Not afraid to go “against the grain” with their opinions and it’s quite refreshing to hear.
Been listening for about a year and I love this podcast. The hosts are know alot about Green Lantern history and make is easy for newer readers to understand how much lore there is behind the characters. I also like the interviews they've done - they are far more professional than a lot of fan interviews I've listened to. I also like that the hosts aren't afraid to tell you when they don't like something, but don't come off as condescending to people who might have a different opinion.