History Characters / GLGreenLanternCorps

28th Nov '16 10:58:25 PM DragonRanger
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* {{Planet Of Hats}}: Jayd, making Laira herself a DragonLady.

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* {{Planet Of Hats}}: Jayd, making PlanetOfHats: Jayd is a LandOfDragons, giving Laira herself aspects of a DragonLady.
12th Nov '16 5:02:30 PM jormis29
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** TheBusCameBack: However, she's a major character in Sinestro's ongoing series, as well as the later ''Hal Jorden and the Green Lantern Corps''.

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** TheBusCameBack: However, she's a major character in Sinestro's ongoing series, as well as the later ''Hal Jorden and the Green Lantern Corps''.''ComicBook/HalJordanAndTheGreenLanternCorps''.
11th Nov '16 10:10:42 PM Scistorm
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* TheLeader: [[spoiler:Of the Green Lantern Corps following the defeat of the First Lantern and the Guardians of the Universe.]]

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* TheLeader: [[spoiler:Of Of the Green Lantern Corps following the defeat of the First Lantern and the death of Guardians of the Universe.]]Universe.
** Subsequent [[ComicBook/LightsOut events]], however, force him to [[TakingTheHeat take the blame]] for the Corps' mistakes, so the universe doesn't revolt against them.



* ShaggyDogStory: Hal become the leader of the Corps after the Guardians' deaths. However, during his tenure the Corps was repeatedly attacked and seemed powerless to defend itself. To stop the universe from losing faith in the Green Lanterns, Hal decided to [[TakingTheHeat take the blame]] by stealing Krona's Gauntlet and making it seem like the Corps' ineffectiveness was entirely his doing. The plan worked... and then the entire Corps vanished, making it pointless.



* ColdSniper: A common theme among his modern constructs are sniper rifles. It also what he used to ([[spoiler:temporarily]]) kill Mogo.

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* ColdSniper: A common theme among his modern constructs are sniper rifles. It also what he used to ([[spoiler:temporarily]]) (temporarily) kill Mogo.



* TheLeader: Takes this role after Hal's TakingTheHeat moment, keeping the Corps together even when they're shunted into the previous, dying universe.



Mogo was one of the Lanterns controlled by Parallax during "War of the Green Lanterns," with his powers - especially his role in recruiting - making him the most dangerous weapon in [[spoiler:Krona]]'s arsenal. [[spoiler:Low on time and options, John Stewart pulled the trigger on Mogo.]] [[spoiler:Though afterward, he seems to be [[PullingThemselvesTogether Pulling Himself Together]] and by ''Wrath of the First Lantern'', he's been fully reassembled]].

After ''ComicBook/LightsOut'', he's [[spoiler: become the Green Lantern Corps' new base of operations after the destruction of Oa at the hands of Relic]].

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Mogo was one of the Lanterns controlled by Parallax during "War of the Green Lanterns," with his powers - especially his role in recruiting - making him the most dangerous weapon in [[spoiler:Krona]]'s arsenal. [[spoiler:Low Low on time and options, John Stewart pulled the trigger on Mogo.]] [[spoiler:Though Mogo. Though afterward, he seems to be [[PullingThemselvesTogether Pulling Himself Together]] and by ''Wrath of the First Lantern'', he's been fully reassembled]].

reassembled.

After ''ComicBook/LightsOut'', he's [[spoiler: he's become the Green Lantern Corps' new base of operations after the destruction of Oa at the hands of Relic]].Relic.


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* HomeBase: Takes this role for the Corps after Oa is destroyed in ComicBook/LightsOut.
11th Nov '16 9:51:04 PM Scistorm
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* InterspeciesRomance: With Kyle Rayner. Seems to have been erased in the reboot.

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* InterspeciesRomance: With Kyle Rayner. Seems to have They broke up after War of the Green Lanterns, and no mention of the relationship has been erased in the reboot.made post-reboot.



* FacialMarkings: It's subtle, but she has one in the shape of two inverted triangles under her left eye. It's eventually revealed that they're a way for Sinestro to track her.

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* FacialMarkings: It's subtle, but she has one in the shape of two inverted triangles under her left eye. It's eventually revealed that they're a way for it's the Thaal coat of arms, placed by Sinestro along with a tiny tranmitter to track her.allow him to always know where Soranik is.



* MostCommonSuperpower: {{Averted}} surprisingly commonly, DependingOnTheArtist of course. This becomes more apparent when compared to Iolande, who has this trope in spades.

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* MostCommonSuperpower: {{Averted}} surprisingly commonly, DependingOnTheArtist of course. This becomes more apparent when compared to her partner Iolande, who has this trope in spades.


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* NotBrainwashed: Has to explain this about her current membership in the Sinestro Corps, when the Green Lanterns return from the events of ''Edge of Oblivion''.


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* ReluctantRuler: For a short time, Soranik was the leader of the Sinestro Corps, due to her father's injuries. She ''really'' wasn't happy about it.
11th Nov '16 10:33:42 AM Scistorm
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A PlanetOfHats who like to think that their Hat is TheSpock, though many readers (and some people in-universe) believe their Hat is actually NiceJobBreakingItHero. They mean well, but they're full of themselves (the fact that they appointed themselves "Guardians of the Universe" speaks volumes) and a number of their actions have come back to bite them. Since multiple Lantern Corps have emerged, they've been robe-wettingly scared (though they'd never admit it) and begun cracking down on threats to their authority; ultimately attempting to achieve order by doing away with free will altogether.

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A PlanetOfHats who like to think that their Hat is TheSpock, though many readers (and some people in-universe) believe their Hat is actually NiceJobBreakingItHero. They mean well, but they're full of themselves (the fact that they appointed themselves "Guardians of the Universe" speaks volumes) and a number of their actions have come back to bite them. Since multiple Lantern Corps have emerged, they've been robe-wettingly scared (though they'd never admit it) and begun cracking down on threats to their authority; ultimately attempting to achieve order by doing away with free will altogether.
altogether. Most of them were murdered by Sinestro at the end of ''Wrath of the First Lantern'', to little dismay.
11th Nov '16 10:25:09 AM Scistorm
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Currently, she co-stars in ''Green Lanterns'' alongside Simon Baz.

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Currently, she co-stars in ''Green Lanterns'' alongside Simon Baz.
Baz, and both fill the role of Green Lantern in Justice League.



Unlike Katma Tui "The Lost", Korugar has eventually recognized Soranik's work and begun idolizing her as a savior - worrying her to no end, seeing it as asking her to become another tyrant like Sinestro. The fact that Sinestro himself views this the same way and is subtly encouraging it is no help at all, nor is the reveal that [[spoiler: Sinestro is her biological father]].

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Unlike Katma Tui "The Lost", Korugar has eventually recognized Soranik's work and begun idolizing her as a savior - worrying her to no end, seeing it as asking her to become another tyrant like Sinestro. The fact that Sinestro himself views this the same way and is subtly encouraging it is no help at all, nor is the reveal that [[spoiler: Sinestro is her biological father]].
father.


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In Sinestro's ongoing series, Soranik reluctantly works with her father and the Sinestro Corps the safeguard the remaining Korugarians, after the planet was destroyed in ''Wrath of the First Lantern''. When the Green Lantern Corps vanishes, her father inducts her into the Sinestro Corps.


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* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: Soranik is probably the only person in the universe who Sinestro actually cares about. [[ArchnemesisDad The feeling isn't mutual]].


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* SlasherSmile: Briefly sports one to intimidate some Red Lanterns. Being the daughter of a notorious super-villain has its perks.
11th Nov '16 10:06:41 AM Scistorm
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Currently, he co-stars in ''Green Lanterns'' alongside Jessica Cruz.

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Currently, he co-stars in ''Green Lanterns'' alongside Jessica Cruz.
Cruz, and both are part of the post-Rebirth Justice League.



* ArchnemesisDad: Sees Sinestro as this. While Sinestro is aware that she hates him, he believes that he can convince his daughter of his views.



* InterspeciesRomance: With Kyle Rayner.
* FacialMarkings: It's subtle, but she has one in the shape of two inverted triangles under her left eye.

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* InterspeciesRomance: With Kyle Rayner.
Rayner. Seems to have been erased in the reboot.
* EnemyMine: In Sinestro's ongoing, she begrudgingly works with her father to ensure the safety of the few remaining Korugarians.
* FacialMarkings: It's subtle, but she has one in the shape of two inverted triangles under her left eye. It's eventually revealed that they're a way for Sinestro to track her.



* LukeIAmYourFather: ''Green Lantern Corps'' reveals that [[spoiler: Soranik Natu's father is Sinestro. Apparently, Natu's mother thought that being the daughter of their planet's dictator would screw her up, so she was put up for adoption]].

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* LukeIAmYourFather: ''Green Lantern Corps'' reveals that [[spoiler: Soranik Natu's father is Sinestro. Apparently, Natu's mother thought that being the daughter of their planet's dictator would screw her up, so she was put up for adoption]].adoption.



* PutOnABus: She pretty much disappeared after ''ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}}'' rewrote the universe and [[spoiler: only just reappeared in Sinestro's new series as a captive.]]

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* PutOnABus: She pretty much disappeared after ''ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}}'' rewrote the universe and [[spoiler: only just reappeared universe.
** TheBusCameBack: However, she's a major character
in Sinestro's new series ongoing series, as a captive.]]well as the later ''Hal Jorden and the Green Lantern Corps''.



* VillainTakesAnInterest: Sinestro, being a Korugarian and a former Green Lantern, might see a bit of himself in her. This comes to a head when [[spoiler: in a confrontation, she figured out that [[LukeIAmYourFather Sinestro was her biological father]]]].

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* VillainTakesAnInterest: Sinestro, being a Korugarian and a former Green Lantern, might see a bit of himself in her. This comes to a head when [[spoiler: in a confrontation, she figured out that [[LukeIAmYourFather Sinestro was her biological father]]]].father]].
8th Nov '16 11:11:54 AM empireofthesky
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* BloodBrothers: With his fellow Green Lantern earthmen: Guy, John and Kyle and fellow GL Kilowog, each owing each other his life many times over.



* BloodBrothers: With his fellow Green Lantern earthmen: Guy, John and Kyle and fellow GL Kilowog, each owing each other his life many times over.



* FaceHeelTurn: An [[NeverLiveItDown infamous]] example: Back in the nineties, following the destruction of Coast City and a resulting mental breakdown, Hal completely lost his sanity and decided to fix his failure to save Coast City... by killing the Green Lantern Corps, killing Sinestro and [[ComicBook/ZeroHour then killing the universe... so he could remake reality "right".]] Fittingly he got better and went on to [[RedemptionEqualsDeath sacrifice himself to save the world]] in ''ComicBook/FinalNight''.
** DemonicPossession: Years later, Geoff Johns retconned the whole thing to Jordan being possessed by the anthropomorphic personification of fear, Parallax, that influenced Jordan to commit those villainous acts.



* FaceHeelTurn: An [[NeverLiveItDown infamous]] example: Back in the nineties, following the destruction of Coast City and a resulting mental breakdown, Hal completely lost his sanity and decided to fix his failure to save Coast City... by killing the Green Lantern Corps, killing Sinestro and [[ComicBook/ZeroHour then killing the universe... so he could remake reality "right".]] Fittingly he got better and went on to [[RedemptionEqualsDeath sacrifice himself to save the world]] in ''ComicBook/FinalNight''.
** DemonicPossession: Years later, Geoff Johns retconned the whole thing to Jordan being possessed by the anthropomorphic personification of fear, Parallax, that influenced Jordan to commit those villainous acts.
* TheHero: Whenever the four Earth Lanterns unite, you can expect Hal to be the leader and/or the character with the most importance to the story.



* TheHero: Whenever the four Earth Lanterns unite, you can expect Hal to be the leader and/or the character with the most importance to the story.
* HeroicWillpower: Brought to extremes on many occasions, and his will ''always'' comes out on top, even going as far as to [[spoiler:control a Black Ring and '''''Nekron''''' himself]].



* HeroicWillpower: Brought to extremes on many occasions, and his will ''always'' comes out on top, even going as far as to [[spoiler:control a Black Ring and '''''Nekron''''' himself]].



** Also, REAL LIFE has proven before that just because you're a pilot, you can still be an idiot. Just like in any profession, if you look hard enough, you can find news articles or videos of pilots being complete morons, [[http://www.firstpost.com/india/ai-suspends-pilot-for-letting-air-hostess-fly-plane-while-he-takes-a-nap-750037.html Like This]]. So basically, just because someone can do something that you will need a brain for, does not mean you make good decisions. So while Hal is not ''dumb,'' he ''does'' have idiot hero tendencies- usually stemming from recklessness or failing to think things through.

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** Also, REAL LIFE has proven before that just because you're a pilot, you can still be an idiot. Just like in any profession, if you look hard enough, you can find news articles or videos of pilots being complete morons, [[http://www.firstpost.com/india/ai-suspends-pilot-for-letting-air-hostess-fly-plane-while-he-takes-a-nap-750037.html Like This]]. So basically, just because someone can do something that you will need a brain for, does not mean you make good decisions. So
** Ultimately,
while Hal is not ''dumb,'' he ''does'' have idiot hero tendencies- usually stemming from recklessness or failing to think things through.



* LimitedWardrobe: Hal can always be seen wearing his father's brown pilot jacket when he's not in-uniform.



* LimitedWardrobe: Hal can always be seen wearing his father's brown pilot jacket when he's not in-uniform.
27th Oct '16 1:20:16 PM rafi
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* AbsoluteCleavage: DependingOnTheArtist. Her neckline ranges from this trope to "zipped up". But mostly, her neckline is high enough to {{avert}} this trope.

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* AbsoluteCleavage: DependingOnTheArtist. Her neckline ranges from this trope to "zipped up". But mostly, her neckline is high enough to {{avert}} avert this trope.


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* LukeIAmYourFather: ''Green Lantern Corps'' reveals that [[spoiler: Soranik Natu's father is Sinestro. Apparently, Natu's mother thought that being the daughter of their planet's dictator would screw her up, so she was put up for adoption]].
27th Oct '16 11:45:37 AM narm00
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* AffirmativeActionLegacy: To two legacies - Power Ring and Green Lantern.



* LegacyCharacter: To two legacies - Power Ring and Green Lantern.
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