The packaging boasts over two and a half hours of extras, which was enough to warrant a second disc, unfortunately, it all appears to be nothing more than self-serving filler. Disk one contains the feature and creatively named trailers for other releases from the DC Universe.
Disk two contains an interesting feature titled “Behind the Story with Geoff Johns” who discusses the mythology of the Green Lantern. The insights into the character are certainly interesting and entertaining, but also laugh-provoking to anyone who has watched the feature, as Johns divulges the key elements to a successful Green Lantern story, and one realizes that First Flight contains none of said elements.
The character profiles are somewhat redundant, and sadly the Duck Dodgers Series Episode "The Green Loontern," in which Daffy Duck accidentally receives Hal Jordan's Green Lantern suit in a dry cleaning mix-up, contains more depth of story than the feature.
Rounding out the collection is a two-part episode of Justice League Unlimited presented as two of Bruce Timm's favorites. Not real clear as to why these are included, and one would have to be a fan of the series to appreciate them.
Recommendation: Over the history of the Green Lantern in print and animation, objects created by the ring to resolve situations often were inconsistent both in creation and use as they tended to be a bit too cartoonish for the target audience. The same could be said for Green Lantern – First Flight. Kids may enjoy the action, but the story should have been contained depth and detail worthy of any fan regardless of age.