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* KidFromTheFuture: Sarko, a Sinestro Corps fanatic of the far future, [[spoiler: turn out to be son of Kyle and Soranik Natu. Kyle is devastated after his death. Kyle unable to tell Soranik this not only ruins any chance at a relationship, but leads Soranik to break the alliance between the Greens and the Yellows]].

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* KidFromTheFuture: Sarko, a Sinestro Corps fanatic of the far future, [[spoiler: turn out to be the son of Kyle and Soranik Natu. Kyle is devastated after his death. Kyle unable to tell Soranik this not only ruins any chance at a relationship, but leads Soranik to break the alliance between the Greens and the Yellows]].


* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: Soranik Natu delivers a particularly scathing one to Kyle Raynor in issue #24 for [[spoiler: hiding from her that Sarko, the villain that he'd killed earlier and whom she was just done ''autopsying'', was actually their son from the future]]. Also doubles as a WhatTheHellHero

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* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: Soranik Natu delivers a particularly scathing one to Kyle Raynor Rayner in issue #24 for [[spoiler: hiding from her that Sarko, the villain that he'd killed earlier and whom she was just done ''autopsying'', was actually their son from the future]]. Also doubles as a WhatTheHellHero

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* HeelFaceTurn: When Soranik breaks the alliance between the Sinestro Corps and The Green Lantern Corps, Space Ape, Raynnun, Fanta-M, Subject-82, Two-Lobe, C.H.A.D., Combo, and Skurry, decide to leave the Sinestro Corps, becoming Green Lanterns.

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* KickTheSonOfABitch: [[spoiler:Tomar-Tu's descent into villainy begins when he murders Xudarian Sinestro Corpsman and [[SerialKiller serial child killer]] Romat-Ru. Given that Romat-Ru murdered ''thousands'' of children, it's not hard to see why Tomar-Tu did it.]]


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** Subverted with [[spoiler:Tomar-Tu. He chooses to join the Darkstars, and claims that the Darkstar mantle isn't affecting his mind, but it's later revealed that the telepathic link between the Darkstars allows them to share eachothers' anger, creating a kind of riot mentality among them. When Tomar-Tu is finally stripped of his armor, he's overcome with remorse.]]


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* VigilanteMan: [[spoiler:Tomar-Tu]] and the Darkstars. They enforce "Lethal Justice" by slaughtering criminals wherever they can find them.


''Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps'' is a 2016 biweekly comic book published by Creator/DCComics as part of their [[ComicBook/DCRebirth Rebirth]] initiative, written by Robert Vendetti with art duty shared between EthanVanSciver, Jordi Tarrogona, and Rafa Sandoval.

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''Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps'' is a 2016 biweekly comic book published by Creator/DCComics as part of their [[ComicBook/DCRebirth Rebirth]] initiative, written by Robert Vendetti with art duty shared between EthanVanSciver, Creator/EthanVanSciver, Jordi Tarrogona, and Rafa Sandoval.

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* FaceHeelTurn: [[spoiler:Tomar-Tu snaps, murders [[SerialKiller Romat-Ru]] in cold blood, and is arrested for it. Later, he escapes and joins the [[VigilanteMan Darkstars]], eventually becoming their leader and the BigBad of the Darkstar arc.]]


** John makes it clear he's going to do the latter, and asks for the rest of them to join him. [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments Every single one of the Lanterns agrees]].

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** John makes it clear he's going to do the latter, and asks for the rest of them to join him. [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments Every single one of the Lanterns agrees]].agrees.


* DefectorFromDecadence/RenegadeSplinterFaction: [[spoiler:Soranik Natu leads the defection of several Sinestro Corpsmen, who didn't want to be involved in the whole "terror and kidnapping" thing. They ally themselves with the Green Lantern Corps]].

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* DefectorFromDecadence/RenegadeSplinterFaction: DefectorFromDecadence[=/=]RenegadeSplinterFaction: [[spoiler:Soranik Natu leads the defection of several Sinestro Corpsmen, who didn't want to be involved in the whole "terror and kidnapping" thing. They ally themselves with the Green Lantern Corps]].


''Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps'' is a 2016 biweekly comic book published by Creator/DCComics as part of their [[ComicBook/DCRebirth Rebirth]] initiative, written by Robert Vendetti with art duty shared between Ethan Van Sciver, Jordi Tarrogona, and Rafa Sandoval.

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''Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps'' is a 2016 biweekly comic book published by Creator/DCComics as part of their [[ComicBook/DCRebirth Rebirth]] initiative, written by Robert Vendetti with art duty shared between Ethan Van Sciver, EthanVanSciver, Jordi Tarrogona, and Rafa Sandoval.

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* SeasonFinale: The Fracture arc (#22-#25) is this, after a year of publication and showing [[spoiler:the end of the the alliance between the Green Lantern Corps and Soranik's reformed Yellow Lanterns]].


*DramaticIrony: In the Prism of Time arc Kyle suggests he and Soranik watch Terminator because the of the time travel in the arc. [[spoiler:The Big Bad of the arc, Sarko, is the child of Kyle and Soranik from the future, not unlike the time tangled Conner family of the Terminator franchise]].



* KidFromTheFuture: Sarko, a Sinestro Corps fanatic of the far future, [[spoiler: turn out to be son of Kyle and Soranik Natu. Kyle is devasted after his death.]]

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* KidFromTheFuture: Sarko, a Sinestro Corps fanatic of the far future, [[spoiler: turn out to be son of Kyle and Soranik Natu. Kyle is devasted devastated after his death.]]death. Kyle unable to tell Soranik this not only ruins any chance at a relationship, but leads Soranik to break the alliance between the Greens and the Yellows]].

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** The Twilight of the Guardians arc brings back the Templar Guardians after an absence of over two and half years, the Controllers and [[spoiler:the Darkstars on the final page, the army Kellic, leader of the Controllers, intends to use against the Green Lantern Corps]].


* FanNickname: Some people on Reddit and 4Chan have referred to the book as "Hal and Pals".

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* FanNickname: Some people on Reddit and 4Chan have referred to the book as "Hal and Pals".


The book serves as a continuation from the previous series of ''Franchise/GreenLantern'', ''Sinestro'', and the Green Lantern Corps books ''Lost Army'' and ''Edge of Oblivion''. Despite the [[SpotlightStealingSquad name]], it features a huge cast of characters, though mainly focused around the primary Earth Lanterns. The series is published concurrently with ComicBook/GreenLanterns, which focuses on the Earth adventures of Simon Baz and Jessica Cruz.

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The book serves as a continuation from of the previous series of ''Franchise/GreenLantern'', ''Sinestro'', and the Green Lantern Corps books ''Lost Army'' and ''Edge of Oblivion''. Despite the [[SpotlightStealingSquad name]], it features a huge cast of characters, though mainly focused around the primary Earth Lanterns. The series is published concurrently with ComicBook/GreenLanterns, which focuses on the Earth adventures of Simon Baz and Jessica Cruz.




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* DeadlyUpgrade: Hal's usage of Krona's Gauntlet in the previous volume has started turning him into a being of pure willpower. He's far more powerful like this, but if he stays in it for too long, he [[{{Pun}} will]] fade into the emotional spectrum. By forging a ring, he gains the ability to turn it on or off[[note]]Soranik operated on Hal for eight hours, and didn't see any sign of it[[/note]], but he isn't sure how long that will last for. Plus, the power starts to creep in even when he's trying to avoid using it, resulting in Hal's loss to some Sinestro Corps {{Mooks}}, when he can't go all out for fear of killing nearby civilians. [[spoiler:Eventually, his fight with Sinestro allows him to pull an EarthShatteringKaboom on Warworld, [[HeroicSacrifice intending on taking Sinestro with him]]]].

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* DeadlyUpgrade: Hal's usage of Krona's Gauntlet in the previous volume has started turning him into a being of pure willpower. He's far more powerful like this, but if he stays in it for too long, he [[{{Pun}} will]] fade into the emotional spectrum. By forging a ring, he gains the ability to turn it on or off[[note]]Soranik operated on Hal for eight hours, hours and didn't see any sign of it[[/note]], but he isn't sure how long that will last for. Plus, the power starts to creep in even when he's trying to avoid using it, resulting in Hal's loss to some Sinestro Corps {{Mooks}}, when he can't go all out for fear of killing nearby civilians. [[spoiler:Eventually, his fight with Sinestro allows him to pull an EarthShatteringKaboom on Warworld, [[HeroicSacrifice intending on taking Sinestro with him]]]].

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