37 The Ringer Interesting move to see Sinestro has already founded his Sinestro Corps. That's the third I believe confirmed to be operating. Star Sapphire's a question mark since she was on her own in that one webisode with Ivy's league of villains. I can only wonder if any of the other Corps are gonna pop in. With Krieg at the helm, you never know... but more Green Lanterns wouldn't hurt. And Kilowog hasn't shown up yet if that photo for Space Cabbie was intended was seeding an appearance. Just loved it opening with banter between Sinestro and Green Lantern. Totally drives in the difference - Sinestro is seriously listing what he lacks, then GL retorts with superficial things. Subtle but was neat to see he was honored to fight Superman for the first time but once he realizes Superman and Wonder Woman aren't going to be a challenge, busts out the mech suit construct. Plus at the end, of all ways to take him out, Hal makes a speeding train derailment construct. Hmm, could have been a nod to the GL:TAS pilot. He saved a train in that one if I remember right. Overall, this episode was well worth the wait. Loved the balance of humor, drama, and action. So awesome seeing a GL-Atom episode at long last! GL launching Atom from a giant crossbow in space. Into Sinestro's ring. Then GL coaching Atom to overcome the yellow ring. Perfect! The lines and acting were top notch, you could feel a sense of camaraderie. I think at the end when GL makes the dome construct on Atom's request, there's a 'sure, buddy' in there. The first fear. Quick Jimmy cameo pointing his camera at the viewer. The laughing Leaguers was pretty freaky. Nice peek into Atom's childhood on a farm it seems. I don't recall much if any of his childhood explored in the comics other than his dad died of cancer. Third fear, naturally made the most sense. Despotellis was a perfect choice. Because of his size, it makes sense he's the one powering Sinestro's ring and as the adversarial threat of the Atom! And to top it off, Atom uses his wits and powers in concert to defeat one of the deadliest in the Sinestro Corps. The ending was hilarious with Despotellis just stopping mid-sentence and giving up. heh heh. Looking at the credits, noticed Jeff Wamester was one of the boarders. I wasn't familiar with the name and turns out he's more on the Marvel animation side of things. Must have been a freelance gig. Or a dare. Definitely my overall #1 favorite episode of the season so far.