Bricked....but different than what others are describing
Ok guys, I somehow managed to brick my beloved G2.
Not exactly sure how I managed to do it. I had just flashed the latest Paranoid Android rom and tried to reboot the phone and it locked up.
Here's what I'm getting when I try to boot the phone:
It very briefly flashes the pink/white LG logo then goes to a blank/black screen with the following info in the upper left of the screen:
 Fastboot mode started
 -- reset --
 -- portcharge --
 fastboot: processing commands
Then it just sits there. I tried opening a command window and executing "fastboot reboot-bootloader". The phone responds and reboots, but gives the same info as above. Then I tried "fastboot continue". Here's what it spits out:
 fastboot: continue
 partition_get_size 16777216 bytes
 Loading boot image (5564416): start
 Loading boot image (5564416): done
 ERROR: Appended Device Tree Blob not found
At this point I'm totaly out of ideas. And I don't want to mess things up any more than what I've already done.
So am I screwed? Or is this recoverable?
Oh, BTW, it's a Verizon LG G2, and I had TWRP installed. I had successfully been using TWRP and flashing a few other ROMs and I have a couple backups on the phone if I can get into recovery.
Any help is greatly appreciated!!