History Franchise / GreenLantern

28th Apr '17 6:48:53 AM andersonh1
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** Not to mention an answer to who sent the Green Lanterns to the previous universe in the first place, and the whereabouts of the Templar Guardians.
17th Apr '17 2:20:51 AM bfunc
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** Prior to him, there was Emery, who was blatantly a version of the TropeNamer in space, who was even harsher than Kilowog.

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** Prior to him, there was Emery, Ermey, who was blatantly a version of the TropeNamer in space, who was even harsher than Kilowog.
11th Apr '17 3:32:40 AM rafi
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* TheVamp: Star Sapphire.
18th Mar '17 11:55:33 AM nombretomado
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*** ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueThroneOfAtlantis'' voiced by NathanFillion.

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*** ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueThroneOfAtlantis'' voiced by NathanFillion.Creator/NathanFillion.
19th Feb '17 11:00:13 AM Basara-kun
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The Green Lanterns are also frequent members of versions of the Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica, with Hal, John, and Kyle part of different incarnations of the main team, Guy in the ComicBook/JusticeLeagueInternational, and Simon in a secondary JLA team. Alan Scott is also a founding member of the ComicBook/JusticeSocietyOfAmerica, which is either the League's predecessor or its Earth-2 counterpart depending on the era. Also see ''ComicBook/TheNewGuardians'' (not related to the current title), which was tangentially related to the Lantern franchise (founded by the Guardians and including Hal's friend Tom as a member).

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The Green Lanterns are also frequent members of versions of the Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica, with Hal, John, and Kyle and Jade part of different incarnations of the main team, Guy in the ComicBook/JusticeLeagueInternational, and Simon in a secondary JLA team. Alan Scott is also a founding member of the ComicBook/JusticeSocietyOfAmerica, which is either the League's predecessor or its Earth-2 counterpart depending on the era.era, as well his daughter Jade, who was part of the Earth-2 counterpart of Teen Titans, ComicBook/InfinityInc, and one the formations of the [[ComicBook/BatmanAndTheOutsiders Outsiders]]. Also see ''ComicBook/TheNewGuardians'' (not related to the current title), which was tangentially related to the Lantern franchise (founded by the Guardians and including Hal's friend Tom as a member).



* FanserviceModel: By the time Kyle met her, Jade was a model and photographer. Because of her sensuous personality, she's more considerated as this instead of a Fashionmodel.



*** TheChick: Soranik Natu, Arisia Rrab. Soranik doubles as a [[TheSmartGuy Smart Girl]] by way of being a medical doctor.

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*** TheChick: Jade, Soranik Natu, Arisia Rrab. Soranik doubles as a [[TheSmartGuy Smart Girl]] by way of being a medical doctor.
11th Feb '17 4:29:08 PM MeekGazelle
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** ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' had an original character portraying a future Green Lantern, a young Chinese boy named Kai-Ro, voiced by Creator/LaurenTom (coming before Justice League, he is in fact the second Green Lantern introduced in the DCAU).

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** ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' had an original character portraying a future Green Lantern, a young Chinese Tibetan boy named Kai-Ro, voiced by Creator/LaurenTom (coming before Justice League, he is in fact the second Green Lantern introduced in the DCAU).
4th Feb '17 9:14:17 AM morenohijazo
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* MultipleChoiceChosen: When then-Green Lantern Abin Sur is dying on an alien planet (Earth) he finds two men exactly equally qualified to be the next Green Lantern. The only reason he chooses Hal Jordan instead of the other one is that Jordan is nearer. Later, that other one (Guy Gardner) becomes Earth's "backup Green Lantern" and still later a Lantern in his own right.
17th Jan '17 9:55:47 AM HiddenWindshield
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** The Guardians made sure that it would be physically impossible for a lantern to kill one of them. When [[spoiler: Hal Jordan kills Krona]] they are shocked and afraid.
** Simon manages to use his ring to [[HeroicSpirit will]] his brother-in-law out his coma. The Green Lantern accompanying him says this should be impossible, as the rings cannot cure illness or raise the dead. He concludes that the ring probably chose Simon for a greater purpose. However, even he cannot [[spoiler:bring back the planet Korugar and its inhabitants from the dead when the First Lantern destroys them]].

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** The Guardians made sure that it would be physically impossible for a lantern to kill one of them. When [[spoiler: Hal [[spoiler:Hal Jordan kills Krona]] they are shocked and afraid.
** Simon manages to use his ring to [[HeroicSpirit will]] his brother-in-law out his of a coma. The Green Lantern accompanying him says this should be impossible, as the rings cannot cure illness or raise the dead. He concludes that the ring probably chose Simon for a greater purpose. However, even he cannot [[spoiler:bring back the planet Korugar and its inhabitants from the dead when the First Lantern destroys them]].
17th Jan '17 9:54:05 AM HiddenWindshield
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* BadassCreed: All the Green Lanterns, as well as the various other corps that have spun off from them (except the Orange Lantern Corps; if Larfleeze has ever come up with a motto, we've never seen him say it).
** Larfleeze's oath is:
-->''What's mine is mine\\
And mine and mine,\\
And mine and mine and mine.\\
Not yours!''
** Alan Scott had his own oath initially, though as early as 1944 he would use the same oath that Hal Jordan would later use. Modern writers have Alan use the older oath to differentiate the two:
-->''And I shall cast my light over dark evil\\
For the dark things cannot stand the light\\
The light of the Green Lantern!''
** This version was originally given to Tomar-Re as a MythologyGag, all the way back in the Silver Age.

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* BadassCreed: All Every lantern corps' oath, and all the Green Lanterns, as well as variations thereof (with the various other corps that have spun off from them (except exception of the Orange Lantern Corps; if Larfleeze has ever come up with a motto, we've never seen him say it).
** Larfleeze's oath is:
-->''What's mine
Corps' oath, which is mine\\
And mine and mine,\\
And mine and mine and mine.\\
Not yours!''
** Alan Scott had his own oath initially, though as early as 1944 he would use the same oath that Hal Jordan would later use. Modern writers have Alan use the older oath to differentiate the two:
-->''And I shall cast my light over dark evil\\
For the dark things cannot stand the light\\
The light of the Green Lantern!''
** This version was originally given to Tomar-Re as
more a MythologyGag, all the way back in the Silver Age.child throwing a tantrum than it is a "badass" anything).
17th Jan '17 9:39:19 AM HiddenWindshield
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* OlderThanTheyLook: A {{Retcon}} applied to Arisia to make her relationship with Hal more acceptable. She was later given a PlotRelevantAgeUp so she ''looked'' legal age as well.
** Actually that's backwards. She aged herself physically, first. Later it was revealed she was older. It's still squicky since she was still clearly portrayed as an adolescent amongst her people.


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* YoungerThanTheyLook: Arisia artificially aged her body, to make her relationship with Hal more acceptable. Her species was later {{retcon}}ed to age more slowly than humans, so in terms of year count, she's technically legal. The relationship is still a little suspect, since she's clearly portrayed as an adolescent.
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