History Characters / GLGreenLanternCorps

10th Feb '16 3:52:24 AM rafi
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* R'amey Holl ** CuteMonsterGirl: She is a butterfly alien woman and really attractive. ** {{Flight}} :Her wings are also sharp enough to be used as weapons. ** GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe: An orange-skinned beauty. ** MarriedToTheJob: She develops an affection for Guy Gardener during their joint mission but after it is completed realizes that her dedication to The Corpse is more important and her focus must not waver. ** TheNoseKnows: R'amey Holl has an impressive sense of smell. She was capable of scent detecting Von Daggle from a distance on Corona Seven, a snow covered planet.
7th Feb '16 12:41:39 AM Theriocephalus
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26th Jan '16 11:04:08 AM fruitstripegum
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my mistake - it was talking about ice
* MagicalBoyfriend: Has shades of this with Ice.
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* MagicalBoyfriend: MagicalGirlfriend: Has shades of this with Ice.
25th Jan '16 11:44:17 AM fruitstripegum
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well, he IS a guy
* MagicalGirlfriend: Has shades of this with Ice.
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* MagicalGirlfriend: MagicalBoyfriend: Has shades of this with Ice.
11th Jan '16 6:21:20 AM Krais101
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->'''Base of Operations:''' Oa [[ComicBook/LightsOut formerly]]; currently Mogo
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->'''Base of Operations:''' Oa Mogo, [[ComicBook/LightsOut formerly]]; currently Mogoformerly]] Oa
7th Jan '16 8:22:13 PM nombretomado
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After his death, Jordan's soul was offered a chance at redemption: he was bound to the near-omnipotent [[TheSpectre Spectre]], the Spirit of Vengeance. Jordan tried to change the Spectre's mission from vengeance to redemption, but to no avail: Parallax still remained bound to his soul, and the EldritchAbomination tried to steal the Spectre's power for itself. But Jordan's successor, Kyle Rayner--with the help of all his surviving friends from the Corps and the League--defeated the monstrosity and restored Jordan to life. Now Hal Jordan is a Green Lantern once more, protecting Space Sector 2814 while seeking atonement for his actions under Parallax's influence.
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After his death, Jordan's soul was offered a chance at redemption: he was bound to the near-omnipotent [[TheSpectre [[ComicBook/TheSpectre Spectre]], the Spirit of Vengeance. Jordan tried to change the Spectre's mission from vengeance to redemption, but to no avail: Parallax still remained bound to his soul, and the EldritchAbomination tried to steal the Spectre's power for itself. But Jordan's successor, Kyle Rayner--with the help of all his surviving friends from the Corps and the League--defeated the monstrosity and restored Jordan to life. Now Hal Jordan is a Green Lantern once more, protecting Space Sector 2814 while seeking atonement for his actions under Parallax's influence.
31st Dec '15 12:51:03 AM Anddrix
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The Eye has had countless wielders over the ages (and in various timelines), including Gavyn Bek of L.E.G.I.O.N., {{Lobo}}, Leland [=McCauley=], Sarya of Venegar, Cera Kesh, Ingria Olav, and Salu Digby of the ComicBook/{{Legion Of Super-Heroes}}; the last four each took the title of "Emerald Empress". In most cases, the Eye subverts its wielder's mind, turning her into a power-mad despot. The Eye grants almost limitless power, even more than the power rings--almost on par with the Guardians themselves.
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The Eye has had countless wielders over the ages (and in various timelines), including Gavyn Bek of L.E.G.I.O.N., {{Lobo}}, Lobo, Leland [=McCauley=], Sarya of Venegar, Cera Kesh, Ingria Olav, and Salu Digby of the ComicBook/{{Legion Of Super-Heroes}}; the last four each took the title of "Emerald Empress". In most cases, the Eye subverts its wielder's mind, turning her into a power-mad despot. The Eye grants almost limitless power, even more than the power rings--almost on par with the Guardians themselves.
31st Dec '15 12:40:39 AM Anddrix
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* {{Expy}}: Jack was practically {{Lobo}} with a power ring. Of course, he would have to fight the REAL Lobo.
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* {{Expy}}: Jack was practically {{Lobo}} Lobo with a power ring. Of course, he would have to fight the REAL Lobo.
25th Dec '15 5:39:08 PM nombretomado
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* IdiotHero: During the SilverAge, to keep the guy with the [[StoryBreakerPower near-omnipotent ring]] from ending any story in two minutes, he was portrayed as a bumbling moron who kept screwing up in hilarious ways. "Hal Jordan is a retard" is still a running gag among fans. Averted also, in that one does not become an ace fighter jet pilot for the U.S Airforce without being smart. Not only that, but Hal later on went on to actually learn how to build and repair aircraft, and of course, his literary inclinations cited above.
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* IdiotHero: During the SilverAge, UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|of Comic Books}}, to keep the guy with the [[StoryBreakerPower near-omnipotent ring]] from ending any story in two minutes, he was portrayed as a bumbling moron who kept screwing up in hilarious ways. "Hal Jordan is a retard" is still a running gag among fans. Averted also, in that one does not become an ace fighter jet pilot for the U.S Airforce without being smart. Not only that, but Hal later on went on to actually learn how to build and repair aircraft, and of course, his literary inclinations cited above.
19th Dec '15 8:08:47 AM rafi
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cross work
* HeroicSpirit
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* HeroicSpiritHeroicSpirit: This is more or less what allows them to use their rings.

* SpacePolice
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* SpacePoliceSpacePolice: Though they're more spread-out than most, with only one Lantern for many star systems; additionally, they're independent of any government, being run by {{Sufficiently Advanced Alien}}s and their mighty power rings pack an incredibly versatile punch. ** The revamped post-Rebirth Corps now has two Lanterns per sector, who are even referred to as police-style back-up. Earth actually has four Lanterns, but only two (Jordan and Stewart) operate in Sector 2814, while the others (Gardner and Rayner) are specialists based out of Oa. ** The GLC is also unusual (at least by comic book standards) in how far they take the law enforcement metaphor, having things like badges, allotments of vacation days, and specialized departments like the Alpha Lanterns who are an InternalAffairs department within the Corps. They've also been seen ''investigating'' crime like real-life detectives rather than just blasting bad guys through walls. ** Their limited number is partly justified by the fact that they tend to assist local law enforcement where feasible (eg. if Hal Jordan runs into a human supervillain, even one of his own enemies, they are more likely to be thrown in an Earth jail than an Oan one); there may be other superheroes in the area (e.g. Earth again, which has the Franchise/{{Justice League|of America}}, of which Hal is a member, and many others) who at the very least can act as support, or outright allies; and because sci-fi writers ''do'' have a [[SciFiWritersHaveNoSenseOfScale sense of scale]] as the majority of star systems will likely have only one inhabitable planet, if any at all, and many won't even want or need a GL, assuming they've reached a level of technological advancement that would make one feasible in the first place. In many respects they are more like an intergalactic Interpol than a real police force, 'cept more proactive.
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