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  1. The Green Lantern Corps is an intergalactic police force dedicated to the promotion of order and democracy throughout the universe. Each Green Lantern member protects a sector and it is their duty ...

  2. Aug 24, 2020 · Unlike the Green Lantern Corps, whose power rings seek out and choose a beholder based on their emotional strength and prowess, the newest member of the Blue Lantern Corps is responsible for recruiting the next candidate for their monk-like order. Blue Lantern Corps Oath: "In fearful day, in raging night, with strong hearts full, our souls ignite.

  3. Green Lantern Corps: A group of humans join the Green Lantern Corps, an alien interstellar police force that protects the universe.

  4. Aug 31, 2020 · The Green Lantern Corps is simply one of the many Lanterns that pull energy from the emotional spectrum. There is Red Rage, Orange Avarice, Yellow Fear, Green Willpower, Blue Hope, Indigo Compassion, and Violet Love. Let’s unravel your emotions and find which Lantern Corps you’d belong to.

  5. 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 ...

  6. Aug 07, 2022 · WHEN DID THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS FINALLY GAIN ITS FAMOUS NAME? In Green Lantern #63, Denny O'Neil joined Broome and Fox in the rotating roster of Green Lantern writers. In O'Neil's first issue (art by Jack Sparling and Sid Greene), he has Hal refer to the other Green Lanterns the same way that Broome and Fox had, just as simply "other Green Lanterns"...

  7. Green Lantern Corps: Edge of Oblivion #5 Green Lantern Corps: Edge of Oblivion #6 We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.

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