History Franchise / GreenLantern

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.
10th Dec '16 2:50:57 PM Basara-kun
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** Red = Rage... specifically the kind spawned from injustice (seriously, you can't help but feel bad for Atrocitus when you know his backstory).

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** [[RedIsViolent Red = Rage...Rage]]... specifically the kind spawned from injustice (seriously, you can't help but feel bad for Atrocitus when you know his backstory).


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* RedIsViolent:
** Atrocitus and in general all Red Lantern Corps are represented by this color, being the rage their main emotion.
** Also Guy Gardner, who's a FieryRedhead. And he's covered by red as Warrior and as a Red Lantern.
4th Dec '16 2:17:31 PM Xtifr
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'''''Green Lantern''''' is a classic Creator/DCComics SuperHero and one of the first to embrace the concept of a LegacyCharacter. Green Lantern has the unique ability to create objects out of solid green light, whose forms are limited only by the character's imagination. In addition, he can fire energy blasts, fly in deep space, generate force fields, and translate (almost) any alien language. All this is provided by a quasi-technological Power Ring, that must be recharged every 24 hours with a lantern-esque Power Battery. Oh, and it can't work on the color yellow (usually).

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'''''Green Lantern''''' ''Green Lantern'' is a classic Creator/DCComics SuperHero and one of the first to embrace the concept of a LegacyCharacter. Green Lantern has the unique ability to create objects out of solid green light, whose forms are limited only by the character's imagination. In addition, he can fire energy blasts, fly in deep space, generate force fields, and translate (almost) any alien language. All this is provided by a quasi-technological Power Ring, that must be recharged every 24 hours with a lantern-esque Power Battery. Oh, and it can't work on the color yellow (usually).
22nd Nov '16 1:29:56 PM cdrood
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** 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.
12th Nov '16 5:00:13 PM jormis29
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* ''Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps'', likewise part of the DC Rebirth initiative, focuses on Hal Jordan in the wake of the disappearance of the rest of the Corps. Basically covers what Hal and the Corps are doing while Simon and Jessica watch over Earth.

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* ''Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps'', ''ComicBook/HalJordanAndTheGreenLanternCorps'', likewise part of the DC Rebirth initiative, focuses on Hal Jordan in the wake of the disappearance of the rest of the Corps. Basically covers what Hal and the Corps are doing while Simon and Jessica watch over Earth.
11th Nov '16 10:19:09 PM Scistorm
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* ''Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps'', likewise part of the DC Rebirth initiative, focuses on Hal Jordan in the wake of the disappearance of the rest of the Corps. Basically covers what Hal's off doing while Simon and Jessica watch over Earth.

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* ''Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps'', likewise part of the DC Rebirth initiative, focuses on Hal Jordan in the wake of the disappearance of the rest of the Corps. Basically covers what Hal's off Hal and the Corps are doing while Simon and Jessica watch over Earth.
14th Oct '16 4:13:00 PM MeekGazelle
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* RetroactiveLegacy: Jong Li, an ancient Chinese monk, was the first human Green Lantern ever. He was the star of ''Green Lantern: Dragon Lord'', a 3-issue limited series by [[ComicBook/JLAActOfGod Doug Moench]].
11th Oct '16 6:45:09 PM BigJaredMonkey
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* MightAsWellNotBeInPrisonAtAll: Powerfully telepathic arch-villain Hector Hammond's body is imprisoned (he's serving multiple life sentences) and is supposedly under the effects of a psionic inhibitor... but Hammond's mind is so powerful that he can still telepathically control people hundreds or even thousands of miles away from the prison without ever leaving his cell.
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