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CitazioneHi Jeremy,First, I am sad to see that your time with Flash is concluding. Your run on the book has been fantastic, and it bums me out that it will be coming to an end. Is there any chance you will sneak Wally, Linda, and the kids into an issue or two of Green Lantern? Were you hoping to do a crossover between the books at any point?- DerekMan, thanks, Derek. Mayyyyybe, but not to any great extent. "Uncle Hal" might seek out his red-headed nephew at some point, but right now, I need to concentrate on Hal getting his life in order, which will take up a lot of pages!Jeremy, what are some of your favorite Hal Jordan stories from the past? Did any inspire your upcoming run?- @CeltiC527[When] Geoff Johns on Green Lantern and Peter Tomasi was on Green Lantern Corps was peak GL for me. I don't know if it gets more epic than that period of time. The Corps mythology and Hal's characterizations will spill over into this series quite a bit.Hal's mostly been in space and disconnected from things happening on Earth. What are you hoping to bring back to the forefront as the run starts? Will we see any other Lantern colors during your run?- @NewTSageFor the first question, I'm hoping we, as an audience, will get reacquainted with Hal and legitimately fall in love with him as a person, as a hero, and as a guy trying to do the right thing. For the second question, well, that all depends on sales. lol. DC Editor Paul Kaminski and I have some really big ideas that would incorporate a lot of the GLC, so let's all cross our ring fingers that we'll get there.Why the emphasis on Sinestro? Is there something about him that you feel hasn't been explored (enough) yet?- @EdokwinSinestro was something DC wanted to keep in the book. I had to think on it for a while, trying to get a hook into the character and figure out what the heck Sinestro could be doing on Earth that would be interesting to the audience. I think I have something cool.Hello Jeremy!I know it's kinda cliche to start like this, but I want to say how much I love your work. Your Flash run is legitimately one of the best comics I've ever read. Not to mention your screenwriting work on stuff like Battle of the Super-Sons and the Mortal Kombat Legends series has been absolute joys to watch. So when I heard you would be writing the new Green Lantern series for Dawn of DC and that you would be reuniting with Xermánico from Flashpoint Beyond, I was ecstatic. Out of all the characters you're writing for in GL, which character have you had the most fun getting to write?Much love,- Owen SeylerMan, thank you for the high praise. That's hard to say. I've really got to throw my heart out there with Wally, but the most FUN... It's probably Johnny Cage (look for him in the upcoming Mortal Kombat Legends: Cage Match) or Gold Beetle. My sensibilities are mostly silly, so they lend themselves to my type of insanity.Could you maybe bring Razor and Aya into comics?- @BoosterRdTI would REALLY, REALLY, REALLY, REALLY, REALLY, REALLY, REALLY, REALLY, REALLY like to bring them into the books somewhere down the line.Hal and Sinestro have one of the most complicated hero/villain rivalries in the DC universe. We've seen great writers like Geoff Johns write astonishing stories featuring the dynamics of these two characters. I really would like to see your opinion about the frenemy relationship between them. Also, Geoff Johns left an unfilled part in his run, which is how Sinestro was kicked out of the corps and broke with Hal. Will you pick up that story in your run?Thank you.- MaudI might now! Lol. It's hard because Sinestro has really risen to a top-tier enemy, so is there a place for a friendly relationship? I don't think so. I think Sinestro's story, right now, is uniquely tied to why he's on Earth, and why that is remains a mystery.