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Sinestro Tim Robbins Hammond Jay O. Carl Ferris Taika Waititi Tom Kalmaku Angela Bassett Doctor Waller Mike Doyle Jack Jordan Nick Jandl Jim Jordan Dylan James Jason Jordan Gattlin Griffith Young Hal Jon Tenney Martin Jordan Leanne Cochran Janice Jordan Temuera Morrison Edit Storyline In a mysterious universe, the Green Lantern Corps, an elite defense force of peace and justice have existed for centuries.
Taglines: One of us Edit Did You Know? Just before he is chosen as Green Lantern he visits his nephew Jason, whose room has a Hot Wheels loop-the-loop track, from which Jordan launches a car as he exits the room.
Goofs When Hal and Carol are dancing in the bar, they start with Hal's right arm extended, a reverse of typical leading position. Midway through their dance, he's leading with his left arm extended without their having switched.
Quotes [ first lines ] Tomar-Re : Billions of years ago, a race of immortals harnessed the most powerful force in existence: the emerald energy of willpower.
These immortals, the Guardians of the Universe, built a world from where they could watch over all of existence: the planet Oa. They divided the universe into sectors, a ring powered by the energy of will was sent to every sector of the universe to select a recruit.
In order to be chosen by the ring, it is said that one must be without fear. Crazy Credits Part of the closing credits takes place in a montage of seven quasars, each quasar a specific color of the rainbow.
This is based on the emotional electromagnetic spectrum, a Green Lantern theorem that states each color is based on a specific emotion.
Blake Lively Carol Ferris 's credit glows with a violet aura; in the comics Ferris was a Star Sapphire, who wielded the violet power of love.
Peter Sarsgaard Hector Hammond 's credit glows with an orange aura; in the comics Hammond was possessed by Ophidian, an entity formed from the orange power of avarice.
Alternate Versions An Extended Cut is available on the Blu-ray release, which runs about 10 minutes longer than the theatrical cut. It restores back the prologue, especially detailing events leading to Martin Jordan's fatal crash.
Lanterns from across the spectrum join together once again to fight Volthoom on Oa. But this is to no avail, as Volthoom's connection to the power of creation is so strong that he literally cannot die without taking the rest of the universe with him.
To defeat an enemy that is connected to all life, Hal Jordan enlists Nekron, the embodiment of death and master of the Black Lantern Corps. Nekron drains Volthoom of his energy and seemingly destroys him — but, in fact, Nekron imprisons him inside his own extradimensional domain, the Dead Zone.
While the armies of Lanterns battle Volthoom, Sinestro executes most of the Guardians of the Universe. Only a few survive: The lovers Ganthet and Sayd, and the Templar Guardians, led by Rami, who have spent the past 10 billion years as Volthoom's jailors and have had no involvement in the other Guardians' actions with the Green Lanterns or the Third Army.
When the dust settles, the seven corps maintain an uneasy peace and the Green Lanterns are left to govern themselves. Earth continues to bear new Green Lanterns, with a half a dozen humans serving simultaneously.
Conflicts and alliances between the different armies of ringslingers continue to form and dissolve, and still more power sources, such as the Invisible Spectrum, are discovered.
Green Lanterns continue to face peril on both the personal and the galactic scale. In the short amount of time since the death of the Guardians, the planet Oa has already been destroyed and resurrected, though its original leaders remain deceased.
While the various corps light up the universe, the interdimensional refugee Relic has revealed that the power of the Emotional Spectrum may be an exhaustible resource, and that when that power dies, so will all life in the universe.
The Green Lantern Corps may, in fact, have an expiration date, a point at which they must stop their work, or risk destroying everything they've vowed to protect.
Things may never be calm for the Green Lantern Corps, but glimpses of the distant future indicate that the Corps will continue to protect the universe for centuries to come, and that the time of Hal Jordan and company will be remembered as a golden age.
All Rights Reserved. The history of the Green Lantern Corps explained. The Maltusians study the power of creation. The First Lantern goes mad with power.
The first Green Lanterns are created to fight Volthoom. The Manhunters are a failed precursor to the GLs. The Green Lantern Corps thrives for millennia.
Hal Jordan and Parallax destroy the Corps. Kyle Rayner restores the Corps. New armies of light go to war. The Guardians' Third Army wreaks havoc.
The First Lantern returns. When superheroes came back in fashion in later decades, the character Alan Scott was revived, but he was forever marginalized by the new Hal Jordan character who had been created to supplant him see below.
Initially, he made guest appearances in other superheroes' books, but eventually got regular roles in books featuring the Justice Society.
He never got another solo series. Between and , DC Comics changed Alan Scott's superhero codename to "Sentinel" in order to distinguish him from the newer and more popular science fiction Green Lanterns.
In , the Alan Scott character was revamped. His costume was redesigned and the source of his powers was changed to that of the mystical power of nature referred to in the stories as "the Green".
Hal Jordan's powers were more or less the same as Alan Scott's, but otherwise this character was completely different than the Green Lantern character of the s.
He had a new name, a redesigned costume, and a rewritten origin story. Hal Jordan received his ring from a dying alien and was commissioned as an officer of the Green Lantern Corps , an interstellar law enforcement agency overseen by the Guardians of the Universe.
Hal Jordan was introduced in Showcase 22 September—October Gil Kane and Sid Greene were the art team most notable on the title in its early years, along with writer John Broome.
His initial physical appearance, according to Kane, was patterned after his one-time neighbor, actor Paul Newman.
With issue 76 April , the series made a radical stylistic departure. Editor Schwartz, in one of the company's earliest efforts to provide more than fantasy, worked with the writer-artist team of Denny O'Neil and Neal Adams to spark new interest in the comic book series and address a perceived need for social relevance.
They added the character Green Arrow with the cover, but not the official name, retitled Green Lantern Co-Starring Green Arrow and had the pair travel through America encountering "real world" issues, to which they reacted in different ways — Green Lantern as fundamentally a lawman, Green Arrow as a liberal iconoclast.
Additionally during this run, the groundbreaking " Snowbirds Don't Fly " story was published issues 85 and 86 in which Green Arrow's teen sidekick Speedy the later grown-up hero Red Arrow developed a heroin addiction that he was forcibly made to quit.
The stories were critically acclaimed, with publications such as The New York Times , The Wall Street Journal , and Newsweek citing it as an example of how comic books were "growing up".
The title saw a number of revivals and cancellations. It changed to Green Lantern Corps at one point as the popularity rose and waned. During a time there were two regular titles, each with a Green Lantern, and a third member in the Justice League.
A new character, Kyle Rayner , was created to become the feature while Hal Jordan first became the villain Parallax , then died and came back as the Spectre.
Johns began to lay groundwork for " Blackest Night " released July 13,  , viewing it as the third part of the trilogy started by Rebirth. Expanding on the Green Lantern mythology in the second part, " Sinestro Corps War " , Johns, with artist Ethan van Sciver , found wide critical acclaim and commercial success with the series, which promised the introduction of a spectrum of colored "lanterns".
In Judd Winick 's first regular writing assignment on Green Lantern, he wrote a storyline in which an assistant of Kyle Rayner's emerged as a gay character in Green Lantern June In Green Lantern November the story entitled "Hate Crime" gained media recognition when Terry was brutally beaten in a homophobic attack.
Alan Scott's Green Lantern history originally began thousands of years ago when a mystical "green flame" meteor fell to Earth in ancient China.
The voice of the flame prophesied that it would act three times: once to bring death a lamp-maker named Luke Fairclough crafted the green metal of the meteor into a lamp; in fear and as punishment for what they thought sacrilege , the local villagers killed him, only to be destroyed by a sudden burst of the green flame , once to bring life in modern times, the lamp came into the hands of a patient in a mental institution who fashioned the lamp into a modern lantern; the green flame restored him to sanity and gave him a new life , and once to bring power.
By , the lantern passed into the possession of Alan Scott, a young engineer. Following a railroad-bridge collapse of which he was the only survivor, the flame instructed Scott how to fashion a ring from its metal to give him fantastic powers as the superhero Green Lantern.
He adopted a colorful costume and became a crime-fighter. Alan was a founding member of the Justice Society of America.
After the Crisis on Infinite Earths although the original origin story was still in continuity , a later Tales of the Green Lantern Corps story was published that brought Scott even closer to the Corps' ranks, when it was revealed that Alan Scott was predated as Earth's Green Lantern by a Green Lantern named Yalan Gur, a resident of China.
Not only had the Corps' now-familiar green, black and white uniform motif not yet been adopted, but Yalan Gur altered the basic red uniform to more closely resemble the style of clothing worn by his countrymen.
Power ultimately corrupted this early Green Lantern, as he attempted to rule over mankind, which forced the Guardians to cause his ring to manifest a weakness to wood, the material from which most Earth weapons of the time were fashioned.
This allowed the Chinese peasants to ultimately defeat their corrupted "champion". His ring and lantern were burned and it was during this process that the "intelligence" inhabiting the ring and the lantern and linking them to the Guardians was damaged.
Over time, when it had occasion to manifest itself, this "intelligence" became known as the mystical 'Starheart' of fable.
Centuries later, it was explained, when Scott found the mystical lantern, it had no memory of its true origins, save a vague recollection of the uniform of its last master.
This was the origin of Scott's distinctive costume. Due to its damaged link to them, the Guardians presumed the ring and lantern to be lost in whatever cataclysm overcame their last owner of record, thus Scott was never noticed by the Guardians and went on to carve a history of his own apart from that of the Corps, sporting a ring with an artificially induced weakness against anything made of wood.
Honoring this separate history, the Guardians never moved to force Scott to relinquish the ring, formally join the Corps, or adopt its colors.
Some sort of link between Scott and the Corps, however, was hinted at in a Silver Age crossover story which depicts Scott and Hal Jordan charging their rings at the same Power Battery while both reciting the "Brightest Day" oath.
On June 1, , DC Comics announced that it would be introducing an alternate version of Alan Scott as a gay man in the title "Earth 2.
Telling him he is to become an avatar of the flame's great power and that he must channel this power through an item of importance to his heart, Alan chooses the engagement ring he was to give his boyfriend, becoming Green Lantern.
This alternate version is not a member of the Green Lantern Corps, which doesn't exist in Earth 2, but rather adopts the name Green Lantern for himself, for his mystical powers derive from the Green the elemental force which connects plant life on Earth.
The character of Harold "Hal" Jordan was a second-generation test pilot , having followed in the footsteps of his father.
He was given the power ring and battery lantern by a dying alien named Abin Sur , whose spaceship crashed on Earth.
Abin Sur used his ring to seek out an individual who was "utterly honest and born without fear" to take his place as a member of the corps.
At one point, when Hal Jordan was incapacitated, it was revealed that there were two individuals matching the specified criteria on Earth, the other being Guy Gardner , and the ring chose Jordan solely because of his proximity to Abin Sur.
Gardner then became listed as Hal's "backup", even though he had a strong friendship with Barry Allen The Flash.
Gardner would fill in if Jordan was unavailable or otherwise incapacitated. Later, when Gardner was put into a coma, it turned out that by then there was a third human suitable for the task, John Stewart , who was designated as the Earth Sector's "backup" Lantern.
Jordan, as Green Lantern, became a founding member of the Justice League of America and as of the mid's is, along with John Stewart, one of the two active-duty Lanterns in Earth's sector of space.
Jordan also automatically became a member of the Green Lantern Corps, a galactic "police" force which bears some similarities to the " Lensmen " from the science fiction series written by E.
However, after Earth's sun was threatened by a Sun-Eater, Jordan sacrificed his life, expending the last of his vast power to reignite the dying star.
Jordan subsequently returned from beyond the grave as the Spectre , the divine Spirit of God's Vengeance, whom Jordan attempted to transform into a Spirit of Redemption, which ended in failure.
In Green Lantern: Rebirth , it is revealed that Jordan was under the influence of a creature known as Parallax when he turned renegade.
Parallax was a creature of pure fear that had been imprisoned in the Central Power Battery by the Guardians of the Universe in the distant past.
Imprisonment had rendered the creature dormant and it was eventually forgotten, becoming known merely as the "yellow impurity" in the power rings.
Sinestro was able to wake Parallax and encourage it to seek out Hal Jordan as a host. Although Parallax had been trying to corrupt Jordan via his ring for some time, it was not until after the destruction of Coast City that it was able to succeed.
It took advantage of Jordan's weakened emotional state to lure him to Oa and cause him to attack anyone who stood in his way. After killing several Green Lanterns, Jordan finally entered the Central Power Battery and absorbed all the power, unwittingly freeing the Parallax entity and allowed it to graft onto his soul.
The Spectre bonded with Jordan in the hopes of freeing the former Green Lantern's soul from Parallax's taint, but was not strong enough to do so.
Thanks to a supreme effort of will, Jordan was able to free himself from Parallax, rejoin his soul to his body and reclaim his power ring.
After the Korugarian's defeat, Jordan was able to successfully lead his fellow Green Lanterns in battle against Parallax and with help from Guardians Sayd and Ganthet, imprisoned it within the personal power batteries of Earth's Lanterns, rendering the Green Lantern's rings free of the yellow impurity, provided they had the power of will to do so.
Jordan is designated as Green Lantern Gardner was a candidate to receive Abin Sur's ring, but Jordan was closer.
This placed him as the "backup" Green Lantern for Jordan. But early in his career as a Green Lantern, tragedy struck Gardner as a power battery blew up in his face, putting him in a coma for years.
During the Crisis on Infinite Earths , the Guardians split into factions, one of which appointed a newly revived Gardner as their champion.
As a result of his years in a coma, Guy was emotionally unstable, although he still mostly managed to fight valiantly.
He has gone through many changes, including wielding Sinestro 's yellow Guardian power ring, then gaining and losing Vuldarian powers, and readmission to the Corps during Green Lantern: Rebirth.
Gardner is designated as Green Lantern Guy Gardner helped lead the defense of Oa during the events of Blackest Night. Following his outstanding acts of valour, the Guardians appoint Guy to a unique role and highest rank in the Green Lantern Corps-Sentinel, answering directly to the Guardians themselves.
When Jordan resigned from the Corps for an extended period of time, Stewart served as the regular Lantern, coming into his own as he battled numerous Green Lantern villains and played a key role during the Crisis on Infinite Earths.
During that time, the Guardians of the Universe assigned Katma Tui to train Stewart, and the two developed romantic feelings for each other.
Stewart was crushed by this, and his life began to unravel. He reached his lowest point when he failed to save the planet Xanshi from destruction during the Cosmic Odyssey.
John Stewart redeemed himself during the Mosaic crisis, when an insane Guardian abducted cities from all over the universe and placed them together on Oa.
When the Guardian was defeated, the cities remained, as the other Guardians claimed to not have enough energy in the Central Power Battery to send them home.
He died during Crisis on Infinite Earths. Eddore, along with Arisia, were created by writer Mike W. Smith 's Lensman series. Arisia and Eddore are the planets of the series' super-intelligent benevolent and evil races, respectively.
Ekron from an unknown planet, was a giant floating head with a smaller alien inside "piloting" the large head of Ekron.
Ekron dies in this battle, driving Lady Styx into a Sun-Eater. Ermey first appeared in Blackest Night: Tales of the Corps 3 September ; he was the drill sergeant who trained Kilowog.
He trained new recruits brutally, but only so they would be strong enough to survive as Lanterns. He was killed during a surprise attack on a group of Lanterns.
Ermey is later resurrected as a Black Lantern , with a more militaristic costume and using his ring to create a black energy construct of a ceremonial sabre , in a gamble to stir powerful emotions in Kilowog by berating and abusing him for having once saved Sinestro's life and for having failed to train the now dead rookies.
The reanimated Ermey enjoys some success as he is able to stir a reaction into Kilowog: a powerful rage against himself.
A character very similar to Ermey is featured in the Kilowog section of the Green Lantern: Emerald Knights animated film. He was named Deegan , and was voiced by Wade Williams.
Flodo Span is a gaseous member of the Green Lantern Corps. He has no corporeal body, and holds himself together with his ring.
Galius Zed is the Green Lantern of sector Galius is of a race of aliens whose bodies are enormous heads, with normal sized legs and arms.
He was first introduced fighting alongside Hal Jordan during the war against Krona and Nekron. He has participated in many battles alongside his fellow Green Lantern Corps, and served as part of the invasion force sent to Qward to destroy the Anti-Green Lantern Corps.
John recruited Galius along with many other former Lanterns. Galius Zed later went to Earth to drive off an alien crime syndicate. When Grayven , the third son of Darkseid arose, the Darkstars stood up to fight him.
The would-be Empress of Rann used mind control to pit the Zaredians against the Darkstars, creating a diversion while she kidnapped Aleea, the daughter of Adam Strange.
Hyathis might have succeeded but for the arrival of Superboy and the Ravers who helped to crush her plans. Galius Zed was killed by the warrior Fatality who had been cutting down every Green Lantern she came across in revenge for John Stewart's failure to prevent the destruction of her home planet Xanshi.
He appears briefly in the backgrounds in a few scenes in the live-action Green Lantern film and is part of the toyline. Sector ;  First appeared in Green Lantern Corps 1, and also appears in a background cameo in the Green Lantern live-action film and is also a part of the film toyline.
He also appears in the animated film Green Lantern: Emerald Knights , as one of the first four Green Lanterns to be chosen.
Sector ;  First appeared in Guy Gardner The Green Lantern Gretti is part of a traveling caravan of "space gypsies" and refuses to stay in one place, roaming from sector to sector at the whim of his caravan.
His superiors at the Corps say nothing since he still files his reports on time, but his sector partner Green Man has lately been less and less pleased with the situation.
He is slain by Agent Orange , the keeper of the orange light of avarice. Slain in the purge of Alpha Lanterns. Sector ;  First appeared in Green Lantern Corps vol.
Iolande is a princess from planet Betrassus, and Soranik Natu 's partner on Sector She and Natu have clashed during the beginning of their careers as Green Lanterns; however, they eventually get along.
She is the only one in the Corps who is aware of her partner's true parentage to Sinestro. She appears in cameos in the Green Lantern: First Flight animated film, more prominently in the Emerald Knights animated film, and has a brief cameo in the Green Lantern live action film.
Kho is the young daughter of a Khund Ambassador, and was accepted into the Corps due to her strong sense of justice and compassion.
Sector ;  Showcase '93 It first appeared in Green Lantern vol. Larvox is an asexual being that comes from a planet where all beings are part of the whole and there are no individuals.
Larvox cannot speak and must use its ring to communicate. After the fall of Oa, Larvox becomes a member of the Darkstars, but rejoins the Corps when the Green Lanterns are reformed.
Leezle Pon is a sentient smallpox virus , first mentioned in Green Lantern vol. He defeated the Sinestro Corps viral villain Despotellis at the crux of the Sinestro Corps War when Guy Gardner was discovered to have been infected with the virus.
A Green Lantern from Sector Guy Gardner revealed to Kyle Rayner that Morro requested his duty as penance , as he killed his pets' mother in rage when he wrongfully thought it ate his brother who was later found alive and well.
His first act of atoning for his mistake was to adopt the creature's offspring as his own. Months later, after his brother's death a natural cause and the Sinestro Corps War , Morro chose to be the Corps' cryptkeeper.
Morro is capable of combat and hunting without his ring, and his primary choice of weapon is his mallet.
His dratures are fearsome dragon-like creatures loyal to their master and ready to aid him. She initially created them to find people who are suffering and dying to ease their pain, which created a symbiotic relationship with her.
However, the first Mongul discovered the plants and used them to spread his evil, even mutating some of the Black Mercys into giving their victims suffering.
Mother Mercy, however, kept her sentience hidden from Mongul. Her abilities to both ease and create fear gave her both a Green Lantern Corps ring and a Sinestro Corps ring to choose from.
The Green Lantern ring, which she ultimately chose, came from the recently deceased Bzzd. Mother Mercy first appeared in Green Lantern Corps vol.
NautKeLoi is the Lantern of Aeros, a planet entirely covered by water. As he cannot breathe air, he is always seen wearing a glass helmet filled with water.
Okonoko is an oranges skinned humanoid with pointed ears, who retired from the Corp after training his replacement Deeter.
Olapet was a plant-based Green Lantern, hailing from the planet of Southern Goldstar. Olapet carries a seedling of herself in a pouch. She periodically dies and transfers both her memories and the Power Ring to the seedling.
The rest were killed by Sinestro and Sentient Sector Can create multiple effects with his venom. Sector ;  First appeared in 52 Week Featured in Final Crisis 2, slain by Kalibak two issues later.
Sector ; First appeared in The Brave and the Bold vol. Orlan was from the planet Kahlo. He destroyed a major city of his home planet while under the control of a malevolent energy being, but was later freed from its influence by the Phantom Stranger.
He has also appeared in the Justice League Unlimited animated series and appears in a cameo in the Green Lantern: First Flight animated film.
He also appears in a speaking role in the Green Lantern: Emerald Knights animated film. Protecting sector , he first appeared in Tales of the Green Lantern Corps 3.
A hot headed braggart, he frequently clashes with the equally hot headed Guy Gardner. Perdoo is from the planet Qualar IV, whose natives resemble chicken like humanoids and are unusually timid.
The first several Qualarians that were approached by the ring died of fright. Perdoo is the only member of his race without fear, and is therefore considered clinically insane by his fellow Qualarians.
His name is a reference to Frank Perdue. Despised by the Khunds. Recruited by Mogo during the War of the Green Lanterns.
Her home planet is Calados, former police officer. Sector ; First appeared in Green Lantern vol. Sector ;  Noted for opposing political oppression.
Killed by Red Lantern Corps member Atrocitus. After his introduction, he later occasionally appears in Green Lantern Corps group scenes.
Despite the absolute darkness of the Deeps, Katma's power ring led her unerringly to a completely fearless and honest resident of the Deeps: Rot Lop Fan.
However, as Rot Lop Fan's species had evolved in darkness, they had no concept of light and color, and thus Katma Tui was unable to explain how the power ring worked it projects solid rays of light manifested by the bearer's will power.
Realizing that his species operates by hearing, Katma coaches him to create a hand bell with the ring, and describes the Green Lantern Corps as the "F-Sharp Bell Corps" — "F-Sharp" being a reassuring note for Rot Lop Fan's race in the same manner that green is a reassuring color, and the ring's powers in terms of sound instead of light.
She also composes a new oath for him to recite:. Having solved this dilemma, Katma leaves Rot Lop Fan to protect his people, not mentioning the ring's weakness to yellow as the colourless space made it relatively pointless; although, she privately notes that in some ways, Rot Lop Fan cannot be counted as a member of the "Green Lantern" Corps as he has truthfully never heard of them.
He appears in the backgrounds in a few scenes in the Green Lantern live-action film and is part of the 8 inch toyline. Saarek claims to be able to speak with the dead.
He helps his fellow Lanterns track and capture the Sinestro Corps member who has been killing rookie Lantern's families, and is later tasked by a rogue Guardian, Scar , to find and speak with the Anti-Monitor 's corpse.
The two find the Black Lantern Power Battery, only to awaken the dormant power of the battery itself as two giant hands rise up from the ground and chase them, seeking flesh.
He first appeared in Green Lantern Corps: Recharge 1. T-Cher is a robot that had acted as the mechanical caregiver for the children of Green Lantern Brin.
After Brin's retirement, the Guardians select T-Cher as his replacement. Little is known about Thulka Re save for the fact that he patrolled Sector During a mission to the recently decimated world of Talcyion Omega, Thulka and his fellow Corpsmen were attacked by an army of powerful snakes known as the Silver Serpents.
Thulka sacrificed his life in order to buy his companions time to escape, and was ultimately killed and consumed by the reptiles.
His first and only appearance was in Wonder Woman vol. Torquemada is a powerful sorcerer as well as a Green Lantern.
In the "Origins and Omens" back-up story in Green Lantern vol. TO-T-U-K was sent to Valstan C5, a planet in the fifth sector of the globular cluster of Sector , where he will find his successor.
Upon arriving in Valstan C5, TO-T-U-K scanned the planet to find a worthy heir but for reasons unknown to him his ring apparently failed to pinpoint his replacement.
Initially confused, TO-T-U-K soon realized that the individual he had been looking for was a hive-mind cluster of floating organisms that were floating around him, called the Collective.
The Collective, however, was insufficient to become a Green Lantern due to possessing a lower functioning intelligence. But TO-T-U-K learned that the Collective has the ability to absorb the essence of a ensnared lifeform, which would also absorb the personality and intelligence of the lifeform as it was assimilated into the Collective.
TO-T-U-K realized that it was possible for the Collective to absorb his power battery and in doing so, each organism of the Collective would become a living power ring.
TO-T-U-K understood what he had to do in which he allowed himself to be absorbed by the Collective; his sacrifice provided the intelligence and higher reasoning the Collective needed to become a Green Lantern.
The character is from the planet Rann, initially depicted as a veteran soldier of the Rann-Thanagar War , resulting in some tensions between him and his sector partner Isamot Kol , a soldier from Thanagar who was nevertheless more willing to look past their old conflict than Sarn.
However, over time, the two move past their war history and become friends; when Sarn loses his legs during the Black Lantern Corps ' assault on Oa , Kol actually has his own legs surgically transplanted onto Sarn, reasoning that his physiology will allow him to re-grow his lost limbs and wanting to give his friend the chance to continue his service in the Corps.
Later, Vath is part of a small group of Lanterns who, by recruitment and circumstance, assist in taking down the original Guardians, who had gone mad with power.
Venizz is the partner of Green Lantern Tagort. Noted for her opposition to eugenics.Grün ist der Wille, Gelb die Angst. Aber jeder war stets bemüht, alles Erforderliche zu tun, um die Szenen Partnersuche Seriös zu gestalten. Er nannte sich fortan Ion.