History WMG / GreenLantern

11th May '16 1:04:37 AM Adept
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Not so much a guess as a '''''[[Creator/BillHicks fervent prayer]]'''''. Taking BlakeLively out of the equation can only improve things immensely.

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Not so much a guess as a '''''[[Creator/BillHicks fervent prayer]]'''''. Taking BlakeLively Creator/BlakeLively out of the equation can only improve things immensely.
7th May '16 12:11:22 PM nombretomado
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** [[TheGeorgeLopezShow George Lopez]]

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** [[TheGeorgeLopezShow [[Series/TheGeorgeLopezShow George Lopez]]
5th May '16 3:49:39 PM CalvinElliott
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[[WMG: [[Film/SupermanReturns Superman Returns]] takes place in the same reality as [[Series/Supergirl2015 Supergirl]] and [[Film/GreenLantern Green Lantern]].]]
You'd need to fudge around with the timeline a bit to make this work, but...

1966: Kara is born on Krypton.

1978: Krypton explodes, Kara goes into suspended animation, and Clark is born.

1997: Clark begins secretly operating as Superman.

1999: Clark takes a job at the Daily Planet. He meets Lois Lane and, depending on how old he is, Jimmy Olsen.

2002: Clark publicly debuts as Superman. His first act of public heroism is saving a plane, effectively preventing a second 9/11.

2003: Clark finds Kara's pod and brings her to the Danvers family.

2006: Superman discovers that Krypton may not actually have been destroyed. He flies off to Krypton to find it.

2010: The events of ''Green Lantern'' occur.

At some unspecified time, Hal Jordan either retires as Green Lantern or leaves Earth, or is otherwise prevented from openly using his powers.

2011: Superman returns, and this is when the movie actually takes place.

At some point, Richard dies, Lois and Clark get married, and Clark decides to take time off from full-time superheroing to look after his son. That's why Superman doesn't show up except during emergencies during Supergirl.

2015: The events of ''Supergirl'' begin.
2nd Apr '16 9:14:27 AM VigilantSycamore
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[[WMG: Hal Jordan was always crazy]]
All the way back in Showcase #22, Hal says that Abin Sur told him to take his uniform before he died - but we never saw this. In other words, Hal Jordan undressed a dead alien and put on those same clothes. That's all the proof anyone needs that Hal Jordan is insane.
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.
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