Here's a smattering of stories from the weekend scan of the internet:
io9.com reviews the much-discussed 'Green Lantern' screenplay. They score it a B- and provide these insights:
Pretty solid, good introduction to the GL universe. Relies a bit much on the "hero's journey" cliches, especially all the stuff where Hal keeps trying to reject his destiny. Needs some serious de-cluttering and a stronger female lead. But yeah, not bad at all.
Over at Marvel Animation Age, they've captured a number of screen shots from the 'Incredible Hulk' DVD which is frontloaded with trailers from upcoming Marvel animation releases: including new footage from 'Iron Man: Armored Adventures' and 'Hulk Vs. Thor', not to mention artwork from the squishy 'Superhero Squad' cartoon and the upcoming anime imports.
World's Finest DVD Report has another review of 'The Incredible Hulk' on DVD.
'The Incredible Hulk' is a great movie, easily equal to 'Iron Man', and it definitely holds up on DVD. Universal Home Entertainment has really done the movie justice, and if you want just the movie, than the one-disc regular release is fine. But, if you want some great extras, then you should pick up the three-disc DVD release or the Blu-ray.