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  • Green Lantern Corps
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  • The Green Lantern Corps was created by the Guardians of the Universe as an intergalactic, peacekeeping police force.
  • Green Lantern Corps is a 2018 American superhero film based on the DC Comics character of the same name. It is a sequel to the 2015 film Green Lantern: Emerald Dawn and is part of the DC Movie Universe. The film stars Nathan Fillion and Idris Elba as Hal Jordan and John Stewart, two Green Lanterns assigned to protect Earth, and William Fichtner and Kevin Spacey as the villains, Hector Hammond and Kanjar Ro. Green Lantern Corps was directed by Louis Leterrier and scored by Brian Tyler.
  • Unintentionally, Captain Duck Dodgers end up picking the Hal Jordan's clothes and dresses. So Kilowog sends an alert to all Green Lanterns, the cause is a attack of Sinestro in Oa. Eventually Ganthet decided that Dodgers would in a robot as a "guinea pig" to save the others lanterns. But he was caught and confronted the Sinestro until Kilowog get to save everyone and Hal Jordan will realize that has the same laundry that Dodgers.
  • The Green Lantern Corps are an international police force who use magic rings to fight crime, running purely on their own willpower. This means that all Green Lanterns must have two things. Bravery by the bucket-load. And they must all constantly be incredibly hammered. The sheer levels of alcohol in their system not only imbues them with the strength of ten men, but allows them to fearlessly stumble through any disaster... beat up any hobo... say anything to an ex-girlfriend! They are the most elite fighting unit in the entire universe.
  • Green Lantern Corps is published by DC Comics. Current price per issue is $2.99.
  • The Green Lantern Corps is an intergalactic police force, using rings powered by willpower as their weapons. They were formed by the Guardians of the Universe.
  • The Green Lantern Corps are a universal police force in the DC Universe.
  • The Green Lantern Corps is an inter-galactic police force dedicated to protecting sentient life in every form. Established thousands of years ago on Oa by immortal beings known as the "Guardians of the Universe" Green Lantern Officers are chosen for their ability to overcome great fear and are given a power ring fueled by the strength of their willpower.
  • Some 3 billion years ago, natives of the overpopulated planet Maltus evolved into immortals of great power. They subsequently settled the planet Oa and declared themselves the Guardians of the Universe and enemies of evil after one of their own, the renegade scientist Krona, performed a forbidden experiment that had terrible consequences for the Universe at large. After a few trial and errors, the Guardians decided that their newest force of soldiers for good would consist of living beings, ones who had free will and strong moral character.
  • In variations of this particular reality, the Green Lanterns drew energy from a central power battery on the planet Oa and used willpower to focus this energy through individual batteries and power rings. The green light energy required the user be free of the emotional fear, which itself could be focused as the color yellow from the same source of primordial energy. To establish checks and balances, the Green Lantern energy was useless against the color yellow for that reason.
  • In the early days of The Universe, natives of the overpopulated planet Maltus evolved into immortals of great power. They subsequently settled the planet Oa and declared themselves the Guardians of the Universe and enemies of evil after one of their own, the renegade scientist Krona, performed a forbidden experiment that had terrible consequences for the Universe at large. Exactly what those consequences were have varied with different versions of the stories; originally, it was supposed to have unleashed Evil in the first place. Later, it was attributed to have created the Antimatter Universe of Qward. Later still, it was used as the explanation for the existence of parallel universes in the DC Universe (and the creation of the Monitor), which eventually led to the rearrangement of Time i
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  • Oa , Mogo
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  • Alias
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  • Showcase #22
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  • HQ
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  • John Broome, Gil Kane
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  • Green Lanterns and Rings
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  • First Appearance
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  • "In Brightest Day, In Blackest Night, No Evil Shall Escape My Sight, Let Those Who Worship Evil's Might, Beware My Power, Green Lantern's Light."
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  • Gadgets and Vehicles
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  • Rallying Cry
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  • Hal Jordan, Kilowog, John Stewart, Guy Gardner, Mogo, Stel, Green Man, and 7193 others
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Tournament Status
  • Golden Age
Box Title
  • The Green Lantern Corps
Set
  • Green Lantern Corps
Status
  • Active
  • Operational
Organization
  • Green Lantern Corps
Release Date
  • 2006-09-27
Name
  • Kilowog
  • Green Lantern Corps
  • Guardians of the Universe
  • Green Lantern
  • Ion
  • Mogo
  • Arisia Rrab
  • Lieutenant Hier'o
  • Unyielding Booster Gold
  • Unyielding Hawkman
  • Unyielding Martian Manhunter
  • Unyielding Wildcat
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  • Team of heroes
First
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Founder
Base
Headquarters
Image size
  • 250
  • 300
Color
  • #B0C4DE
Official
  • Green Lantern Corps
Current
Universe
  • DC
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  • Kilowog
  • Guardians of the Universe
  • Green Lantern
  • Ion
  • Mogo
  • Arisia Rrab
  • Lieutenant Hier'o
  • Unyielding Booster Gold
  • Unyielding Hawkman
  • Unyielding Martian Manhunter
  • Unyielding Wildcat
Image File
  • Green Lantern Corps 005.jpg
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Creator
Number of Figures
  • 7
Set Logo
  • Green Lantern Corps logo.png
Set Icon
  • Green Lantern Corps
Set Model
  • Collector's Set
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  • __FORCETOC__
  • In the early days of The Universe, natives of the overpopulated planet Maltus evolved into immortals of great power. They subsequently settled the planet Oa and declared themselves the Guardians of the Universe and enemies of evil after one of their own, the renegade scientist Krona, performed a forbidden experiment that had terrible consequences for the Universe at large. Exactly what those consequences were have varied with different versions of the stories; originally, it was supposed to have unleashed Evil in the first place. Later, it was attributed to have created the Antimatter Universe of Qward. Later still, it was used as the explanation for the existence of parallel universes in the DC Universe (and the creation of the Monitor), which eventually led to the rearrangement of Time itself, as seen in the Crisis on Infinite Earths. Finally, it has been stated that it accelerated entropy, shortening the duration of the universe by a billion years. Some of the Guardians, however, disagreed on how to deal with the chaos that had been unleashed. One group, calling itself the Controllers, separated itself from the others and favored using more violent methods to achieve their ends. They would later found the Darkstars organization. The female Oans, feeling no need to involve themselves in the situation, also left, becoming later known as the Zamarons.
  • The Green Lantern Corps was created by the Guardians of the Universe as an intergalactic, peacekeeping police force.
  • The Green Lantern Corps is an inter-galactic police force dedicated to protecting sentient life in every form. Established thousands of years ago on Oa by immortal beings known as the "Guardians of the Universe" Green Lantern Officers are chosen for their ability to overcome great fear and are given a power ring fueled by the strength of their willpower. Each member has a great deal of autonomy as to their methods in their jurisdiction, subject to review by the Guardians if they feel the Officer in question has abused his/her assigned authority. The individual Lanterns are responsible for arranging their replacements if they are near retirement or death. If the Lantern dies before that obligation is met, the ring will find and seek another to be trained on its own. In rare circumstances, Guardians will personally go out into the field to recruit a replacement.
  • Green Lantern Corps is a 2018 American superhero film based on the DC Comics character of the same name. It is a sequel to the 2015 film Green Lantern: Emerald Dawn and is part of the DC Movie Universe. The film stars Nathan Fillion and Idris Elba as Hal Jordan and John Stewart, two Green Lanterns assigned to protect Earth, and William Fichtner and Kevin Spacey as the villains, Hector Hammond and Kanjar Ro. Green Lantern Corps was directed by Louis Leterrier and scored by Brian Tyler.
  • Unintentionally, Captain Duck Dodgers end up picking the Hal Jordan's clothes and dresses. So Kilowog sends an alert to all Green Lanterns, the cause is a attack of Sinestro in Oa. Eventually Ganthet decided that Dodgers would in a robot as a "guinea pig" to save the others lanterns. But he was caught and confronted the Sinestro until Kilowog get to save everyone and Hal Jordan will realize that has the same laundry that Dodgers.
  • The Green Lantern Corps are an international police force who use magic rings to fight crime, running purely on their own willpower. This means that all Green Lanterns must have two things. Bravery by the bucket-load. And they must all constantly be incredibly hammered. The sheer levels of alcohol in their system not only imbues them with the strength of ten men, but allows them to fearlessly stumble through any disaster... beat up any hobo... say anything to an ex-girlfriend! They are the most elite fighting unit in the entire universe.
  • Green Lantern Corps is published by DC Comics. Current price per issue is $2.99.
  • The Green Lantern Corps is an intergalactic police force, using rings powered by willpower as their weapons. They were formed by the Guardians of the Universe.
  • Some 3 billion years ago, natives of the overpopulated planet Maltus evolved into immortals of great power. They subsequently settled the planet Oa and declared themselves the Guardians of the Universe and enemies of evil after one of their own, the renegade scientist Krona, performed a forbidden experiment that had terrible consequences for the Universe at large. After a few trial and errors, the Guardians decided that their newest force of soldiers for good would consist of living beings, ones who had free will and strong moral character. To arm this new legion of celestial knights, the Guardians created the Power Rings, rings of inconceivably-advanced technology that allowed their wearers to project green beams of energy with which the bearer could conjure objects of any size or shape, limited only by his or her imagination and willpower. This eventually led to the formation of the Green Lantern Corps. They patrol different sectors of space as Intergalactic Space Patrolman.
  • The Green Lantern Corps are a universal police force in the DC Universe.
  • In variations of this particular reality, the Green Lanterns drew energy from a central power battery on the planet Oa and used willpower to focus this energy through individual batteries and power rings. The green light energy required the user be free of the emotional fear, which itself could be focused as the color yellow from the same source of primordial energy. To establish checks and balances, the Green Lantern energy was useless against the color yellow for that reason. In most versions of that multiverse, the Green Lantern Corps was divided into space sectors, with each assigned a Green Lantern ring bearer as protector. The planet Earth, important to the Guardians protection, had many different champions who had Green Lantern power rings. (TOS - The Spectrum War comics: "Issue 1", "Issue 2")
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