38 Facts About Green Lantern


Green Lantern is the name of several superheroes appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics.

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Green Lantern appeared in All Star Comics as a member of the superhero team known as the Justice Society of America.

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Green Lantern never got another solo series, although he did star in individual stories and in the single-issue 2002 comic book Brightest Day, Blackest Night.

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Green Lantern's costume was redesigned and the source of his powers was changed to that of the mystical power of nature.

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Green Lantern had a new name, a redesigned costume, and a rewritten origin story.

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In May 2011, Green Lantern placed 7th on IGN's Top 100 Comic Book Heroes of All Time.

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Green Lantern adopted a colorful costume and became a crimefighter.

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Green Lantern was given the power ring and battery by a dying alien named Abin Sur, whose spaceship crashed on Earth.

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Jordan, as Green Lantern, became a founding member of the Justice League of America and as of the mid-2000's is, along with John Stewart, one of the two active-duty Lanterns in Earth's sector of space.

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Green Lantern has gone through many changes, including wielding Sinestro's yellow Guardian power ring, gaining and losing Vuldarian powers, and readmission to the Corps during Green Lantern: Rebirth.

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Green Lantern reached his lowest point when he failed to save the planet Xanshi from destruction during the Cosmic Odyssey.

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Green Lantern was aided by Rose Hardin, a farmer from West Virginia who was trapped on Oa, due to her town being abducted.

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Green Lantern was rewarded with the resurrection of Katma Tui, which caused him to break up with Rose.

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Green Lantern's sought out any remnants of the Green Lantern Corps in order to kill them in the name of avenging her doomed planet.

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Green Lantern started a romantic relationship with his longtime enemy, Fatality, who, by that point, had become a Star Sapphire and apparently forgave him for failing to save her world.

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Green Lantern's revealed that she never loved John Stewart and departed, leaving Stewart emotionally crushed.

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John Stewart is notable for being the Green Lantern showcased on the Justice League and Justice League Unlimited TV cartoon series, as well as being the primary Green Lantern of the DC Animated Universe.

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Green Lantern briefly operated as Ion after using the power of the entire Green Lantern Corps.

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Green Lantern was responsible for the rebirth of the Guardians and the re-ignition of the Central Power Battery, essentially restoring all that Jordan had destroyed as Parallax.

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Green Lantern was caught by the police street racing in a stolen car with an armed bomb in the back of the van.

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Green Lantern's is helped by the Justice League and Simon Baz, who help her understand her cursed powers.

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Jo Mullein is introduced originally under DC's Young Animal Print of original comic books as a rookie Green Lantern who is a young black woman, who sets about investigating the first murder committed in City Enduring in the last 500 years.

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Green Lantern's first headlined as Green Lantern in the comic book Far Sector, published by DC Young Animal.

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Green Lantern's later begins appearing in mainstream Green Lantern comics following Infinite Frontier.

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Green Lantern's was resurrected by the Life Entity along with 11 other Black Lantern Corps members.

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Green Lantern's was later returned to continuity along with her father Alan Scott and the rest of the JSA during Doomsday Clock.

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Green Lantern was a friend of Abin Sur and a mentor to Hal Jordan.

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Green Lantern unwillingly helps Carol Ferris and the New Guardians attempt to petition Lady Styx to send aid against the Third Army.

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Green Lantern is granted a meeting with Lady Styx to finalize his new role.

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Green Lantern demanded that Hal Jordan bring him along in his hunt for the murderer responsible, so that Charlie could avenge his brother.

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Green Lantern was assigned to Sector 3319 where the strange alien inhabitants made Vicker uncomfortable and alone.

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Green Lantern was killed during the battle with Grayven, third son of Darkseid.

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Each Green Lantern wears a ring that grants them a variety of possibilities.

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Early Green Lantern stories showed the characters performing all sorts of feats with the ring, from shrinking objects to turning people invisible.

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Whatever their shape or size, these constructs are always pure green in color, unless a Lantern is skillful enough to know how to change the EM spectrum the construct emits.

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Rings of the Green Lantern Corps allow their bearers to travel very quickly across interstellar distances, fast enough that they can efficiently patrol the universe.

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Green Lantern is famous for the oath he recites when he charges his ring.

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Morrison's creation 'Magic Green Lantern', first seen in his run on Animal Man, used this oath:.

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