Posts Tagged ‘Ringcyclopedia’

LanternCastVIDS Presents: ‘Ringcyclopedia’ #14!

What could the next Green Lantern movie ring possibly look like? Batjeepster Rings give us their take in this extremely attractive and fun-to-wear silver ring!

LanternCastVIDS Presents: ‘Ringcyclopedia’ #13!

Today, Jim takes a look at the die cast movie style Green Lantern ring from the Noble Collection. No longer in production, so you’ll have to go to eBay to find these.

LanternCastVIDS Presents: ‘Ringcyclopedia’ #12!

Kyle Rayner’s time as “The Last of the Green Lanterns” is captured in this limited edition bust and ring prop. Limited to only 1200 pieces, this great piece is part of the four bust series that also featured Alan Scott, Hal Jordan and Sinestro!

LanternCastVIDS Presents: ‘Ringcyclopedia’ #11!

Death has its day as the Black Lantern Power Battery/Ring Prop is up next! This battery is the darkest to date (in many ways). Does this battery impress, or is it another post-Blackest Night letdown?? Take a look and find out!

LanternCastVIDS Presents: ‘Ringcyclopedia’ #10!

Rage preempts Death as the Red Lantern Power Battery/Ring Prop gets the Ringcyclopedia treatment first! You won’t need to vomit Napalm to show your appreciation for this latest addition to the Power Battery collection.

LanternCastVIDS Presents: ‘Ringcyclopedia’ #9!

Our Ringcyclopedia takes a look at the brand new BatJeepster Sinestro Corps Movie Ring! Gold-plated brass, with some translucent resin thrown in, makes for a very nice piece in our ring collection!

LanternCastVIDS Presents: ‘Ringcyclopedia’ #8!

We continue our Ringcyclopedia with the Orange Lantern Power Battery and Ring Full-Scale replica! Embrace your inner Larfleeze and hoard this impressive battery for yourself. Mine! Mine! Mine!

LanternCastVIDS Presents: ‘Ringcyclopedia’ #7!

The 1996 Florida Expo rings, each carried an ‘FX’ on one side and a ’96’ on the other. These were given out to dealers at the convention that year in little green bags. You wouldn’t know which ring you go, but there were 3. A gold ring, limited to 12 pieces, and a silver version and a brass version, each limited to 150 pieces. They all had the same green gem stone in the center. Each ring came with a certificate of authenticity with the ring’s number. A few prototypes have surfaced over time, all green rings with no FX or 96 on the sides. The prior year, Florida Expo had given out a similar ring with the Superman logo featured.

LanternCastVIDS Presents: ‘Ringcyclopedia’ #6!

Journey back to the days of yesteryear, as we revisit the 1998 Kyle Rayner style Green Lantern ring. This was the first widely available or mass produced Green Lantern ring by DC and despite how great it looks, it doesn’t really endow the wearer with super powers. Bummer! But it still shines bright in any Green Lantern fan’s heart.

LanternCastVIDS Presents: ‘Ringcyclopedia’ #5!

We continue our Ringcyclopedia with the Blue Lantern Power Battery and Ring Full-Scale replica! All Will Be Well once this piece joins your collection!

Retailing for just under $200.00 (less if you order it on DCBS or Big Bad Toy Store, this replica helps keep the Blue Light of Hope alive, even when things look their bleakest.

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