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11th Oct '15 8:44:07 PM TitoMosquito
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[[AC:Live Action Film]]
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[[AC:Live Action [[AC:Live-Action Film]]
11th Oct '15 7:42:19 PM TitoMosquito
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[[WMG:Each of the emotional entities(except for Parallax and Ion) are basis for [[ClarkesThirdLaw different religious parallels.]] ]]
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[[WMG:Each of the emotional entities(except entities (except for Parallax and Ion) are basis for [[ClarkesThirdLaw different religious parallels.]] ]]

[[WMG:The sequel will have Carol recast with a much better(and less annoying) actress.]]
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[[WMG:The sequel will have Carol recast with a much better(and better (and less annoying) actress.]]

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* Instead of Parallax, the sequel/reboot will mention the first villain he fight as GL is the alien HiveMind Legion. Parallax will be saved for future sequels if they wish to adapt certain GL storylines. Legion might turn out to a henchman working for the Five Inversions.
2nd Oct '15 6:21:59 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG:The Guardians plan to pattern their Third army on [[PaperinikNewAdventures Xadhoom]] ]]
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[[WMG:The Guardians plan to pattern their Third army on [[PaperinikNewAdventures [[ComicBook/PaperinikNewAdventures Xadhoom]] ]]
15th Sep '15 9:08:05 PM nombretomado
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The ''Zero Hour'' Main/CrisisCrossover involved Hal Jordan, who had done a Main/FaceHeelTurn and renamed himself Parallax, trying to go back to the beginning of time and alter history -- originally, just to prevent the events that had driven him evil, but quickly Main/JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope into remaking the universe to his liking. Note that the universe ''did'' get {{reboot}}ed, and history did get changed, but the heroes prevented Parallax from changing it as he liked. Later, it was [[Main/{{Retcon}} revealed]] that Hal had been [[Main/MoreThanMindControl More Than Mind-Controlled]] due to the influence of an ancient, cosmic fear entity named Parallax. Further revelations included characters that he had supposedly killed being alive. So, what if, filled with regret over what he'd done, he succeeded in changing things, undoing and excusing his actions?
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The ''Zero Hour'' Main/CrisisCrossover CrisisCrossover involved Hal Jordan, who had done a Main/FaceHeelTurn and renamed himself Parallax, trying to go back to the beginning of time and alter history -- originally, just to prevent the events that had driven him evil, but quickly Main/JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope into remaking the universe to his liking. Note that the universe ''did'' get {{reboot}}ed, and history did get changed, but the heroes prevented Parallax from changing it as he liked. Later, it was [[Main/{{Retcon}} revealed]] that Hal had been [[Main/MoreThanMindControl More Than Mind-Controlled]] due to the influence of an ancient, cosmic fear entity named Parallax. Further revelations included characters that he had supposedly killed being alive. So, what if, filled with regret over what he'd done, he succeeded in changing things, undoing and excusing his actions?

*** Not necessarily. Dream appears from time to time- he appeared during InfiniteCrisis, for instance, to offer his parents' souls an afterlife in the Dreaming.
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*** Not necessarily. Dream appears from time to time- he appeared during InfiniteCrisis, ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis, for instance, to offer his parents' souls an afterlife in the Dreaming.

[[WMG:Everything that happened to Hal since CrisisOnInfiniteEarths is a coma fantasy.]]
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[[WMG:Everything that happened to Hal since CrisisOnInfiniteEarths ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths is a coma fantasy.]]
15th Sep '15 7:47:57 PM nombretomado
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** PreCrisis, just as Alan Scott got his ring from a Chinese monk, Power Ring got his from Volthoom "the Mad Monk". IIRC, PC PW also called his a "magic ring" on one or two occasions. The strong implication was that Power Ring's ring was an alternate of the ''original'' GL's ring, not a Corps ring. Dunno what modern non-continuity has done with him.
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** PreCrisis, Pre-ComicBook/{{Crisis|on Infinite Earths}}, just as Alan Scott got his ring from a Chinese monk, Power Ring got his from Volthoom "the Mad Monk". IIRC, PC PW also called his a "magic ring" on one or two occasions. The strong implication was that Power Ring's ring was an alternate of the ''original'' GL's ring, not a Corps ring. Dunno what modern non-continuity has done with him.
12th Sep '15 12:30:46 PM nombretomado
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Far more plausible than the sins, since BrightestDay pulled a christianisation of the entities.
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Far more plausible than the sins, since BrightestDay ComicBook/BrightestDay pulled a christianisation of the entities.
11th Sep '15 4:32:48 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG:The secret the Guardians have that Nekron wants to reveal in BlackestNight is...]]
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[[WMG:The secret the Guardians have that Nekron wants to reveal in BlackestNight ComicBook/BlackestNight is...]]

In the Superman/Aquaman hour of Adventure, Hal Jordan had a kid sidekick named Kairo. Fast Forward to the Franchise/{{Justice League|of America}}, and Kai-Ro is the future Green Lantern. Now, according to his origin story in the JLA universe, at 8 years old he was able to find serenity in order to become a Green Lantern. Nowadays, in light of the BlackestNight crossover, he seems to have more in line with Blue Lanterns- plus his ring only having its full cpabilities around a Green Lantern ring ties into his whole "sidekick" origins.
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In the Superman/Aquaman hour of Adventure, Hal Jordan had a kid sidekick named Kairo. Fast Forward to the Franchise/{{Justice League|of America}}, and Kai-Ro is the future Green Lantern. Now, according to his origin story in the JLA universe, at 8 years old he was able to find serenity in order to become a Green Lantern. Nowadays, in light of the BlackestNight ComicBook/BlackestNight crossover, he seems to have more in line with Blue Lanterns- plus his ring only having its full cpabilities capabilities around a Green Lantern ring ties into his whole "sidekick" origins.

* In issue 6 of BlackestNight, The orange ring even said "You want it all" when speaking to Lex Luthor.
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* In issue 6 of BlackestNight, ComicBook/BlackestNight, The orange ring even said "You want it all" when speaking to Lex Luthor.

In Green Lantern v5 #17, the prologue revealed that, after Krona's attempt to look at the dawn of time blew up in his face, a time traveller appeared by the name of [[spoiler:Volthoom.]] Given that the First Lantern is [[spoiler:said time traveller]], one wonders why he did this. It's possible that, when the Third Army invaded Earth, the government decided to fight against the Guardians by preventing their FaceHeelTurn as a result of eons of EmotionalSuppression. Using the advanced technology as a result of the heroes and villian in the DCU along with time travel devices like the Cosmic Treadmill, they got a researcher who's been studying the emotional spectrum(he may have recovered the now-inert duplicate rings from BlackestNight). The First Lantern's desire to obtain god-like power comes from fixing the mistake of [[spoiler:being the very reason why the Guardians chose to abandon emotions.]]
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In Green Lantern v5 #17, the prologue revealed that, after Krona's attempt to look at the dawn of time blew up in his face, a time traveller appeared by the name of [[spoiler:Volthoom.]] Given that the First Lantern is [[spoiler:said time traveller]], one wonders why he did this. It's possible that, when the Third Army invaded Earth, the government decided to fight against the Guardians by preventing their FaceHeelTurn as a result of eons of EmotionalSuppression. Using the advanced technology as a result of the heroes and villian in the DCU along with time travel devices like the Cosmic Treadmill, they got a researcher who's been studying the emotional spectrum(he may have recovered the now-inert duplicate rings from BlackestNight).ComicBook/BlackestNight). The First Lantern's desire to obtain god-like power comes from fixing the mistake of [[spoiler:being the very reason why the Guardians chose to abandon emotions.]]

[[WMG:The next (or possibly a third) movie will be based on BlackestNight.]]
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[[WMG:The next (or possibly a third) movie will be based on BlackestNight.ComicBook/BlackestNight.]]
11th Sep '15 4:01:59 PM nombretomado
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So far Kyle Rayner has used all powers of the emotional spectrum, and is now a [[spoiler:White Lantern.]] The only Lantern Corps he isn't part of is [[OurZombiesAreDifferent]]. [[BlackAdam Osiris]] [[spoiler:and Hal Jordan]] proves that [[DarkIsNotEvil you can be one without wanting]] [[OmnicidalManiac the death of every living thing]], provided your soul remains in charge. Of course, its just as possible we may get [[CameBackWrong the traditional kind of Black Lantern]], likely at the hands of Black Hand.
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So far Kyle Rayner has used all powers of the emotional spectrum, and is now a [[spoiler:White Lantern.]] The only Lantern Corps he isn't part of is [[OurZombiesAreDifferent]]. [[BlackAdam [[ComicBook/BlackAdam Osiris]] [[spoiler:and Hal Jordan]] proves that [[DarkIsNotEvil you can be one without wanting]] [[OmnicidalManiac the death of every living thing]], provided your soul remains in charge. Of course, its just as possible we may get [[CameBackWrong the traditional kind of Black Lantern]], likely at the hands of Black Hand.
11th Sep '15 3:14:22 PM StFan
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[[WMG:The sequel will be a soft reboot in the vein of Film/TheIncredibleHulk, starring a different Green Lantern.]]
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[[WMG:The sequel will be a soft reboot in the vein of Film/TheIncredibleHulk, ''Film/TheIncredibleHulk'', starring a different Green Lantern.]]

[[WMG: They got the GreenLantern movie wrong.]] Everyone knows the [[BoosterGold Green Lantern]] has a robot sidekick that oddly enough sounds like [[{{WesternAnimation/Futurama}} Phillip J Fry]] and wears a blue and yellow costume. * Seems like the same executives responsible for [[XMenOriginsWolverine Dudepeel]] messed up another comic character played by RyanReynolds.
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[[WMG: They got the GreenLantern ''Film/GreenLantern'' movie wrong.]] Everyone knows the [[BoosterGold [[ComicBook/BoosterGold Green Lantern]] has a robot sidekick that oddly enough sounds like [[{{WesternAnimation/Futurama}} [[WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}} Phillip J Fry]] and wears a blue and yellow costume. * Seems like the same executives responsible for [[XMenOriginsWolverine [[Film/XMenOriginsWolverine Dudepeel]] messed up another comic character played by RyanReynolds.Creator/RyanReynolds.
16th Jun '15 7:37:03 PM nombretomado
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In the Superman/Aquaman hour of Adventure, Hal Jordan had a kid sidekick named Kairo. Fast Forward to the JusticeLeague, and Kai-Ro is the future Green Lantern. Now, according to his origin story in the JLA universe, at 8 years old he was able to find serenity in order to become a Green Lantern. Nowadays, in light of the BlackestNight crossover, he seems to have more in line with Blue Lanterns- plus his ring only having its full cpabilities around a Green Lantern ring ties into his whole "sidekick" origins.
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In the Superman/Aquaman hour of Adventure, Hal Jordan had a kid sidekick named Kairo. Fast Forward to the JusticeLeague, Franchise/{{Justice League|of America}}, and Kai-Ro is the future Green Lantern. Now, according to his origin story in the JLA universe, at 8 years old he was able to find serenity in order to become a Green Lantern. Nowadays, in light of the BlackestNight crossover, he seems to have more in line with Blue Lanterns- plus his ring only having its full cpabilities around a Green Lantern ring ties into his whole "sidekick" origins.
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