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  1. Kyle attempts to use Hal's ring to restart the Green Lantern Corps, with limited results. The apparently random induction in the Corps, more than once contested by Ganthet as simple chance during most of the Green Lantern (vol. 3) run, is later retconned into the very first induction of a new breed of Lanterns. Since the Corps has become aware ...

  2. Villain First appearance Description Vandal Savage: Green Lantern #10 (winter 1943/44) : Vandar Adg, an immortal Cro-Magnon altered by the rays of a fallen meteor, possibly in 50,000 B.C. Vandal Savage has manipulated human history behind the scenes for centuries, being a Pharaoh, helping to murder Caesar (though Pre-Crisis he was Caesar), committing murders as Jack the Ripper, and has been an ...

  3. Hal Jordan is one of Earth's Green Lanterns. A former military test pilot, he is now the protector of Sector 2814. He is also a founding member of the Justice League. Hal was raised in a multi-religious household. His father is Catholic, while his mother is Jewish. As a child, Hal was traumatized by watching his father, a pilot, die in a plane crash. Refusing to bow down to fear, he followed ...

  4. Part 1: Green Lantern M'Ten is killed by Red Lanterns Razer and Zilius Zox. 18 months later, M'Ten's power ring lands in Oa, homeworld of the Green Lantern Corps. The Guardians of the Universe reveal to Corps members Hal Jordan, Kilowog and Salaak that there are Green Lanterns stationed past the 3600 sectors in Guardians Space, which is called ...

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Alan_ScottAlan Scott - Wikipedia

    Green Lantern proved popular and was given his own series, Green Lantern, later that year. Most of his adventures were set in New York. In 1941, Alan Scott was paired with a sidekick named Doiby Dickles, a rotund Brooklyn taxi driver, who would appear on a regular basis until 1949. In 1948, Alan also got a canine sidekick named Streak.

  6. Green Lantern: First Flight was an Intamin ZacSpin roller coaster where riders zig zag along a 825-foot (251 m) track at speeds of up to 37 miles per hour (60 km/h). Riders flip head over heels several times throughout the ride in a somewhat uncontrolled manner, but due to the way the ride vehicles are loaded, it sometimes didn't flip at all.

  7. The Blue Lantern Corps is a fictional organization appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics, beginning in 2007 in Green Lantern vol. 4 #25 (December 2007) by Geoff Johns and Ethan Van Sciver.

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