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Im ebenso endlosen wie geheimnisvollen Universum existiert seit Jahrhunderten eine kleine, aber schlagkräftige Einheit, die für Gesetz und Gerechtigkeit eintritt: das Green Lantern Corps. Als ein neuer Gegner namens Parallax das Gleichgewicht der. Green Lantern (im deutschsprachigen Raum früher auch Grüne Laterne und Grüne Leuchte) ist ein Comicheld aus den US-amerikanischen DC Comics. Green Lantern ist ein Superheldenfilm in 3D aus dem Jahr , der auf der gleichnamigen Comicfigur von DC basiert. Premiere hatte der Film am Der neue Film zu Green Lantern ist da erfahre hier alles dazu. Green Lantern Film Green Lantern. Dieser Ring hatte jedoch eine Schwäche gegen die Farbe gelb. Green Lanterns nach Zeitpunkt des Erscheinens geordnet: Alan Scott - 1. Green Lantern (All-. Green Lantern (Reihe in 3 Bänden) by Geoff Johns Grant Morrison. All Formats Kindle Edition. Aus Band 1: Die Wiedergeburt eines Helden? Der Beginn eines. Das Schicksal der Green Lanterns, einer kleinen schlagkräftige Einheit, die für Gesetz und Gerechtigkeit eintritt, und die Zukunft der gesamten Erde liegt in der.
Green Lantern ist ein Superheldenfilm in 3D aus dem Jahr , der auf der gleichnamigen Comicfigur von DC basiert. Premiere hatte der Film am Dieser Ring hatte jedoch eine Schwäche gegen die Farbe gelb. Green Lanterns nach Zeitpunkt des Erscheinens geordnet: Alan Scott - 1. Green Lantern (All-. Green Lantern (im deutschsprachigen Raum früher auch Grüne Laterne und Grüne Leuchte) ist ein Comicheld aus den US-amerikanischen DC Comics.
However, the studio dropped the comedy idea following poor fan reaction from the Internet. Goyer was offered the chance to write and direct either a Green Lantern or Flash film after Warner Bros.
Actor-writer Corey Reynolds , a comic book fan of the John Stewart character, pitched Warner an idea for a trilogy, with him starring as John Stewart and performing screenwriting duties.
Shortly afterward, Guggenheim said that the script would contain characterizations inspired by the Denny O'Neil - Neal Adams run on the comic in the s, and Dave Gibbons ' work in the early s.
He added that he and his co-writers also looked to the s Geoff Johns stories, saying, "It's been interesting because we finished a draft just before [Johns'] ' Secret Origin ' [story arc] started up.
For example, why the hell was Abin [Sur] flying in a space ship when he's a Green Lantern? You don't ask that question back in the Silver Age , but when you're writing in the Modern Age , you have to answer these things.
By December , the writers had written three drafts of the screenplay and Warner was preparing for pre-production.
Bradley Cooper ,  Ryan Reynolds ,  Justin Timberlake ,  and Jared Leto  were the producers' top choices for the starring role in July Amanda Waller , a government agent who is a staple of the DC Comics universe.
In July it was reported that Ryan Reynolds was injured while shooting scenes for the film, separating his shoulder and was in "lots of pain".
While promoting Deadpool in which Reynolds portrays another famous comic book superhero , Reynolds said that filming Green Lantern itself had been frustrating, "You really need a visionary behind a movie like that, but it was the classic studio story: "We have a poster, but we don't have a script or know what we want; let's start shooting!
Geoff Johns confirmed that the film had ended principal photography on August 6, and entered post-production. In January , it was reported that Green Lantern had begun re-shoots for key scenes at Warner Bros.
Studios in Los Angeles, California. The soundtrack was released in stores on June 14, The soundtrack was published by WaterTower Music.
The Blu-ray release includes an extended cut, which adds an extra nine minutes of footage to the running time, totaling minutes.
The footage was widely released online in November with thirty seconds of footage airing the following day on Entertainment Tonight.
Sue Kroll, the studio's worldwide marketing president stated, "Part of the reason the response to the first trailer was lukewarm was that the big-scale sequences weren't ready to show, and we suffered for it.
We can't afford to do that again. The Hollywood Reporter reported that the footage wowed the audience. A four-minute cut of the WonderCon footage was later released online.
Animation and would be part of a direct-to-video project that was timed for release of the live-action Green Lantern movie in the summer of The Green Lantern animated project would likely take a look at the origins of the Green Lantern Corps, including the first ring wielders.
However, Timm did hope the live-action film would renew interest in a sequel. DC Entertainment began releasing a series of Green Lantern Movie Prequel comics the week before the film was released, covering the lives of the characters before the events of the film, written by members of the film's production team.
A free excerpt of the Sinestro prequel comic was released online as "Secret Origin of the Green Lantern Corps 1" two days before the release of the film.
Six Flags debuted two roller coasters named Green Lantern at Great Adventure and Magic Mountain in to coincide with the film's release.
Movie World in Australia. Although this ride was more based on the original comic. Warner Bros. Many industry analysts felt that Green Lantern "failed to perform to expectations".
The site's critical consensus reads, "Noisy, overproduced, and thinly written, Green Lantern squanders an impressive budget and decades of comics mythology.
Justin Chang of Variety gave Green Lantern a mixed review, stating, "Martin Campbell's visually lavish sci-fi adventure is a highly unstable alloy of the serious, the goofy and the downright derivative.
This despite Ryan Reynolds's dazzling dentistry, hard-body physique and earnest efforts, and the support of fine performers like Peter Sarsgaard Mark Strong It intends to be a sound-and-light show, assaulting the audience with sensational special effects.
If that's what you want, that's what you get. Todd McCarthy of The Hollywood Reporter gave it a positive review, saying the film "serves up all the requisite elements with enough self-deprecating humor to suggest it doesn't take itself too seriously".
It also doesn't take itself too seriously. In , director Martin Campbell confirmed the possibility of a Green Lantern trilogy. In June , David S.
This confirmed that should the Green Lantern property be featured in an upcoming DC film, it will be a rebooted version. The film will be an installment in the DC Extended Universe.
The Arrowverse crossover event " Crisis on Infinite Earths " establishes that the film version of Green Lantern takes place on the world of Earth The disappointing performance of the film is occasionally a target of mockery from superhero-related comedies.
The film Deadpool , which stars Ryan Reynolds as the titular character, refers to the film in two scenes: the opening scene which features a drawing of Green Lantern, and a later scene where Reynolds' character who has the ability to break the fourth wall insists that his suit will not be "green or animated".
To the Movies also makes a reference to Green Lantern's disappointing film. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Theatrical release poster.
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I've had as much failure in this business as I've had success, across both spectrums. We can count pillows!
But Green Lantern is a great one to point to. I got fired from that movie as a writer and as a director, and yet my name was all over it. I still get blamed for it, even though I had nothing to do with the finished product.
As Marc Guggenheim always says, there's a very Google-able script that we did write that was not executed that I still stand by. But at the time, I thought, "Oh God, that noose will hang around my neck my whole life.
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In the present Volthoom has restored Rami's soul saving him for unknown reasons. Tyran'r guardian of the Vault and last of the First Seven gives up his ring to Simon.
Now that Simon and Jessica have two of the seven first rings Volthoom is after, Rami and Tyran'r intend to find the remaining five before the First Lantern.
Superman tracks down the Fear entity Parallax possessing children who then volunteers to become its host to save the children.
Soon after Sinestro captures them and transports them to Qward. Parallax is now afraid of being controlled by Sinestro, who is saved by Superman.
Superman informs Hal of Sinestro's survival and hands over Parallax who has also fled. Superman and Hal next help Hector Hammond who is being kidnapped by the Kroloteans.
Who reveal they made Hammond to be their God Brain, making him their weapon. Once saved Hammond kills the Kroloteans and attempts suicide by controlling Superman's heat vision but is saved by Hal.
During this, he wore Element X armour made from the metal of possibility. When Ganthet and Sayd are taken it is revealed to be what remains of The Controllers led by Kellic, where they have rounded up every Guardian left.
Sharing their origin with the Guardians from Maltus being once the same race and with both groups now going extinct, The Controllers begin killing them one by one, soon Yekop, Natos and Gurion are remade into Controllers.
Hal, John, Guy and Kyle search and ultimately find The Controllers, releasing the Guardians before suffering the same fate as their brothers.
The Controllers, however, escape, revealing that although they are stronger in number now they need an army and so set about creating new Darkstars.
The last surviving Guardians: Ganthet, Sayd, Kada Dal, Rami, Zalla and Paalko decide to take up an active role to guide the Corps again and repair their reputation by creating a positive lasting legacy.
The new council of Guardians first involvement with Corps came with a conflict with General Zod and his family. When Kyle and Hal are captured and stripped of their rings by Zod on the planet Jekuul, where he is worshiped as a God and also equipping the natives with Sunstone Spears.
Hal is able to summon his ring and gives it to Kyle to get help. The Guardians are reluctant to act, but an unauthorized rescue mission is still taken to save Hal.
Kyle even with Hal's ring that makes him overpowered as it is made of pure willpower is not enough to stop Zod. Hal demonstrates a new power to 'teleport' to his ring and confront Zod.
Hal captures Zod but the Guardians arrive and declare he should be released as they were the aggressors.
The Green Lantern Corps although unhappy with this agree to leave. Kyle's ring is also returned but not before Zod and his allies have copied all data off it as part of a bigger strategy.
Simon and Jessica help save a race called the Molites transporting them to Abin Sur's homeworld of Ungara. Simon using his miracle healing powers to save the life of the Ungaran Regent's daughter.
They also help a recently freed Bolphunga, freed by making a deal to kill his elderly father Boff, with a being called Singularity Jain. Bolphunga's rep is revealed as a work of fiction, when the Green Lanterns are fighting Jain, the battle ends as it is revealed Bolphunga has killed his father making good on the deal.
Jain escapes and Bolphunga goes back to the prison but using his father death as the first step in making his rep a reality. When a Ungaran xenophobic group called Red Tide blames the murder on the Molites, Simon and Jessica help clear their names.
In the defeat of Red Tide, the Regent's daughter attempts to use newly acquired superpowers to push the xenophobic movement's agenda into the public eye.
This backfires with the public turning against her, with Simon taking back his healing sending her into a coma and with that the Regent of Ungara resigns having also done questionable things during war time.
Kellic and The Controllers are about to launch their new Darkstar mantles but some find themselves enslaved by their own technology. Their psionics are used to link the minds of Darkstars together and tapping into their cosmic energy to produce more mantles.
The first Darkstar chosen is Tomar-Tu who becomes their leader. Soon more and more Darkstars are recruited murdering criminals across the universe with final justice.
Tomar-Tu uses the chance to kill Goldface the man who murdered his father Tomar-Re. The Darkstars thanks to being linked together, in greater numbers and having advanced teleportation can easily defeat the Green Lantern Corps.
This results in the four corpsman recruiting unlikely allies. Guy also briefly becomes a Darkstar who almost kills his father but is stopped by Arkillo.
John Stewart comes up with a plan, where Hammod severs the link between the Darkstars and The Controllers. Tomar-Tu fights Hal but is defeated, Hal uses his ability to be pure will overloading all the Darkstars mantles defeating them.
With no loss of life, the green lanterns prove to the universe their justice is the best way. Tomar-Tu who is now remorseful of his actions is about to be killed by Zod as his father Tomar-Re failed Krypton.
As Hal protects him Tomar-Tu takes his own life saying he was good at the end. The Controllers await trial but are in a coma and Hammod is missing after the fight.
Back on Mogo, John Stewart announces that new rings have been created and sent out, finally these new recruits will replenish the many lanterns lost over many years of conflict.
Jessica and Simon meanwhile investigate a superhuman trafficking organisation called the Order of the Steed, venturing to Hellhole and teaming with Scrapps of the Omega Men.
They also took part in a thousand-year-old ceremony regarding the lost lantern of the Vaikeans one of the first races to join the corps.
With help from the Justice League and John Constantin Simon is able to help her break free of the realm and trapping Jain inside.
It's also revealed that the reason why Jessica's ring talks is due to her will channelling her lost friends Matteo, Marc and Jeanette through it. A series of problems begin to affect the corps, John Stewart is attacked and left near death in a battle with an energy being called Eon who also leads an armada of ships manned by The Ravagers.
At the same time Mogo begins a series of devastating storms battering the corps headquarter. Also, a communication blackout jams the whole corps and conflicting orders supposedly given by the guardians create paranoia of a traitor.
Fighting the Ravagers over the planet Penelo Simon Baz abandons the corps in battle believing he is being ordered by the guardians to go to Earth.
Henshaw reveals he has infiltrated the whole green lantern corps and central power battery, manipulating everything. Not only that Simon has unknowingly brought Henshaw the Phantom Ring, that Henshaw murdered the guardian for.
Hal Jordan arrives turning the battle but Penelo is lost then Henshaw's combined forces attack Mogo. With all his powers Henshaw defeats the guardians and causes all green lantern rings infected to stop working.
Simon Baz gets John Stewart and the two attack and railing the corps. Henshaw abandons his troops so he can once again destroy Coast City, Hal goes after him.
Eon is trapped the guardians and corps defeat a leaderless Ravagers. Before being seemingly defeated the Cyborg Superman along with Eon and the Phantom Ring disappear to parts unknown, with The Ravagers going to be settled on a new world.
With Mogo needing time to heal, plans start to move to a New Oa. Also it will take time for all lantern batteries to be cleansed of Henshaw's influence.
After relocating the remaining population of Penelo, Jessica Cruz decides to leave Earth to explore the universe to find herself.
In the future shown in the Legion of 3 Worlds miniseries, it is revealed that Mogo has been long dead. Without him, there is no way to distribute the rings; thus, there is no Green Lantern Corps in the 31st century.
Sodam Yat is the last Guardian of the Universe , living on the now ruined Oa. Previews for Legion of 3 Worlds 3 show Yat taking on several rings of the fallen Lanterns with a new oath:.
Let those who try to stop what's right, Burn like my power Green Lantern's light! After aiding the Legions in defeating Prime and his forces, Yat realizes the universe needs to fight such threats.
Going back to Oa, he sends rings across the universe to recruit a new Green Lantern Corps. Mon-El is chosen to become a Green Lantern. Later he gives up the ring because he is also field leader of the Legion of Super-Heroes.
In the original Legion continuity, the Green Lantern Corps were banned from Earth, thanks to the actions of the Green Lantern who became the Legion adversary, Universo.
With recent alterations to this future continuity, it is unclear if this ban still exists. Similarly, the Guardians were revealed as still on Oa in the original continuity; their fate in the revised continuity has yet to be revealed.
The power ring must be recharged regularly though apparently not at the standard hour period as was originally described by touching it to its lantern-shaped power battery for a period of several seconds.
When recharging their rings, some Corps members recite an oath. This oath differs from Corps member to member, but the most popular seems to be Hal Jordan's.
As the embodiment of willpower which is connected to the green light of the Emotional Spectrum, Ion was revealed to be actually the emotional entity for the Green Lantern Corps.
Representing the stability of willpower, Ion serves to support its host, providing a vast supply of power in return for the willpower it is provided by its host.
Ethan Van Sciver describes Ion as resembling a large, primitive whale or fish. Born when life first moved of its own accord, the entity itself has several physical characteristics emulated by the Guardians and their Corps.
Ion also has a monk fish-like appendage that ends in a lantern-like lure. Ion was later captured by Krona and joined the rogue Guardian on his quest to take control of the Green Lantern Corps, by possessing one of the remaining six Guardians of the Universe.
Ion has since returned to the Green Central Power Battery, only leaving it when the battery itself forcefully removed the green entity from it because it was suffering from a strange illness.
When Relic, a native of a prior version of spacetime, began a quest to prevent the harnessing the Emotional Electromagnetic Spectrum energy, he revealed that the Emotional Spectrum had a reservoir that was becoming exhausted and it would eventually destroy the Universe.
After Relic wiped out the Blue Lantern Corps and forcefully drained the green light from Oa's Central Power Battery and destroying the planet in the process, Ion sacrifices himself by passing into the Source Wall in order for the reservoir to be refilled.
The Book of Oa is a massive tome, located on Oa. The current keeper of the book is Salaak. Heavily populated Sectors like can have several Lanterns.
While the primary Lanterns of Sector are Hal Jordan and John Stewart, Kyle Rayner and Guy Gardner call Earth home, but are stationed on Oa, first as teachers, and then specially assigned to cases that are too difficult for the average lantern.
The official number of active Lanterns apparently does not include backup members who are kept in reserve to be called to active duty on short notice in the event that the regular Lantern in their particular sector is not available.
In the original organization, the active list was apparently kept at a strict maximum considering John Stewart was not mobilized during the Nekron crisis despite the situation's dire nature, as opposed to Guy Gardner who was medically unfit for duty at that time.
Despite the vast number of Green Lanterns, certain sectors of space apparently do not recognize the authority of the Corps, as alien superhero Icon claims that his status as a citizen of the interstellar civilization known as the Cooperative makes him immune to prosecution from Guardians or their agents.
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 Green Lantern in question has abused their assigned authority.
The individual Lanterns are responsible for arranging their replacements when possible if they are near retirement or death.
If a Lantern dies before that obligation is met, the ring will find and seek another trainee on its own.
The planet-sized Green Lantern named Mogo plays a key role in this, helping to direct the rings to suitable recruits.
In rare circumstances, Guardians will personally go out into the field to recruit a replacement, via telepresence. The recruitment of backup Lanterns is more ambiguous with different criteria such as the second closest worthy candidate to the dying Lantern in an emergency search is automatically designated, such as the case of Guy Gardner.
When the sector's Lantern was still active, the Guardian would make a selection of a backup on their own, as with John Stewart's recruitment after Gardner was injured in an accident.
Hal Jordan disagreed with this selection upon seeing Stewart's apparently belligerent attitude, but the Guardians stood by the decision and the recruit quickly proved himself.
Upon recruitment each Green Lantern in the original Corps received a Power Ring, a Power Battery shaped like a lantern with which the ring is recharged , and a uniform.
The default uniform design for humanoids was a green section covering the torso and shoulders, black arms and leggings, green boots, white gloves, green domino mask , and a chest symbol of a stylized Green Lantern icon on a white circle.
Lanterns were allowed to customize their uniforms as long as the color scheme and the symbol were present. When the nature of the being precludes a standard uniform, an equivalent arrangement is expected as a substitute.
For instance, Mogo , a sentient planet, arranges his foliage to create a green circling band and lantern symbol on his body. Jack T. Chance , a humanoid, refused to wear a uniform, but conceded to wearing a badge on the lapel of his coat.
Lanterns were also allowed the option of a secret identity as a security measure and it is implied that the Corps were instructed to honor that choice by taking care not to expose them.
Training in the use of the ring was optional and appropriate facilities and personnel were available on Oa upon request.
In addition, a senior Lantern can be assigned to coach a recruit while in the field in their sector. The New Green Lantern Corps being built by the Guardians is far more formal and structured than the old one that was destroyed by Parallax.
Recruits, after being found by their Power Rings, are taken to Oa for training. Not all recruits will make it through training - indeed a great many of them might even fail, forcing the ring to find another candidate.
Lantern trainees have a simplified version of the old Green Lantern uniform with green covering more of the torso with the white circle on their chest blank until the Lantern insignia is added upon completion of their training.
Additionally, all Power Rings, not just the ring assigned to the interim Green Lantern Kyle Rayner, now work on the color yellow, provided the user can feel the fear behind the color and overcome it.
Salakk was selected as senior administrator and the Keeper of the Book of Oa. Due to this he was also selected as the Clarissi which means he is second in command after the Guardians of Oa.
Kilowog and Stel act as head drill sergeant of the Green Lantern Corps. Voz is the jailer and Morro is keeper of the crypt.
Green Lantern Corps headquarters are on the planet Oa , in the center of the universe. Oa was destroyed shortly after Hal Jordan became Parallax, but was later reconstituted by Jordan's friend Thomas Kalmaku.
Formerly a natural if barren planet, the reconstructed Oa is now a vast labyrinthine planet-sized construct. Primary features include a great hall for the Guardians to meet in conference, training facilities for recruits, prisons called Sciencells for dangerous criminals, and tombs dedicated to honoring fallen lanterns.
Oa's most prominent feature is the Central Power Battery, a gigantic version of the Lanterns' personal power batteries. The central battery channels the same green energy of the Guardians and amplifies it, broadcasting energy to the individual power batteries across the universe which can then be used to charge the Lanterns' power rings.
Particularly dangerous beings, such as Sinestro or Parallax, are sometimes imprisoned within the central battery.
Maintaining security on this device is vital as major damage to it would prevent individual Corpsmen throughout the universe from recharging their power rings, thus depowering the entire Corps in a single blow.
The Guardians increased the capabilities of Oa's defensive systems by creating an armored structure that protects the planet, but this was destroyed during the preludes to the Blackest Night storyline.
After the final battle with the First Lantern, the Guardians guarding Volthroom have taken up the position of Guardians of the Universe under the new name "Templar Guardians" and rule with love and compassion.
The Green Lantern Honor Guard is an elite group of Green Lanterns, based on Oa but not restricted to one sector, who serve as leaders of the Corps, troubleshooters and special operatives.
The title and mantle of Honor Guard was first introduced in issue 1 of the three-part miniseries Tales of the Green Lantern Corps.
Amongst their rank were three elite Corps members; Tomar-Re , K'ryssma and Apros who lead three division of the Corps against the armies of the undead.
In issue 3 the Guardians promote Green Lantern Hal Jordan as the first human to receive the honor for his heroic actions in leading the Corps in the defeat of Krona and Nekron.
Jordan, although flattered, declines the honor, maintaining that he should be seen as "no different than any other ring-slinger" who did "what any Green Lantern would have done given the chance!
Guy also serves as field commander during battle. A Sentinel outranks the Honor Guard and Salakk as senior administrator, only getting orders directly from the Guardians.
However, this role was only temporary, as the Guardians mainly inducted him into this role to make his subsequent fall all the more significant, releasing an old enemy of Guy's while he was acting as a bodyguard so that his attention would be divided.
You've just been inducted into the coldest, hardest, meanest division of the Green Lantern Corps you never even knew existed.
Can't handle it? Tough luck, you don't have a choice. We live in the places that are too dark for the light of the Corps. We handle the jobs too dirty for the green.
Welcome to The Corpse. Members of The Corpse are not restricted by the same rules that regular Lanterns follow, and they perform the darkest, most dangerous missions and are allowed to use lethal force.
These members do not use Power Rings; instead, they swallow special coin-like disks that give them all of the powers of the standard ring with a charge that lasts five earth days.
These disks produce purple energy instead of the traditional green. Instead, they seem to prefer black uniforms that have no symbol.
Very few Lanterns are even aware of the existence of the "Corpse". Guy Gardner said that in all of his years in the Corps, he never heard of them and after participating in a mission with the Corpse, his memory of them was erased.
With the recent authorization of lethal force for the Corps in the aftermath of the Sinestro Corps War, the future and necessity of the Corpse remains unknown.
On the run and hiding from his own people Von Daggle is once more recruited to serve the Green Lantern Corps to help defeat the Durlan Uprising.
Whether part of The Corpse or a separate part of the corps, there were also Deep Undercover Green Lantern Operatives observing areas that technically Green Lanterns were not allowed to go.
Following the events of the Blackest Night, it is revealed that some, if not all of the Alpha Lanterns have been recruited against their will.
The Alpha Lanterns have been subverted by the Cyborg Superman and have turned many Lanterns into Alphas against their will. This is a bid to capture Ganthet, who knows much about their internal systems.
The Cyborg, who is mostly Alpha himself, hopes that if Ganthet discovers how to turn the Alphas back to normal, the Cyborg can become human and thus die himself.
After Henshaw is defeated, the Alpha Lanterns are restored with insights, values, and priorities and given a semblance of their free will, thanks to Ganthet.
When Krona along with the emotional entities launched his attack on Oa, attacking the six of the remaining Guardians Ganthet working in the Anti-Matter universe at the time , by having them possessed by all the entities except for Parallax, who is placed inside the Central Power Battery.
With the yellow impurity returned to the green light, all of the Green Lanterns - with the apparent exception of Hal Jordan, Kyle Rayner, John Stewart, Kilowog and Guy Gardner - are placed under Krona's control; the Alpha Lanterns are affected by the yellow impurity in such a way as to cause them to enter into some kind of hibernation.
Following acts of insubordination amongst the Green Lanterns, the Guardians ordered all Corps members to return to their assigned sectors and missions.
When John Stewart was forced to kill fellow Lantern Kirrt after he was broken by the Keepers' interrogation and was about to give them the information on Oa's planetary shield codes, his death was later registered as a Code GLD that led to the Alpha Lanterns congregating at the Chambers of The Alpha Lanterns where they agreed to commence the arraignment despite their actions causing a possible uproar in the Corps.
They later struck at Warriors Bar in order to place John Stewart under arrest The Alpha Lanterns took him for a court appearance before the collective Corps and The Guardians of the Universe to contemplate the evidence against him.
Ultimately, it was concluded that Stewart was guilty and the Alpha Lanterns decided on the judgement of death for his crime.
They believed this decision would prevent any future Green Lantern from conducting a similar act. As a result, the cybernetic Lanterns decided to not imprison Stewart in a normal detention cell but leave him confined in the Alpha Tower until his time of execution.
The Oans whilst not happy with the decision ultimately decided to agree with the Alpha Lanterns decision. Upon believing the Guardians approval, the Alpha Lanterns wanted the Oans to collectively execute Stewart.
This approach was refused and the Alpha Lanterns offered an alternative of bringing in an off-world executioner. However, this approach was also refused in an angry outburst by Gardner who left but not before telling the Alpha Lantern Corps to execute Stewart themselves if they had sentenced him to that fate.
The Guardians did not condone Gardner's behavior but believed his words rang true and told the Alpha Lanterns to conduct the sentence.
Following that point, Gardner went to the Alpha Tower where he was escorted by Boodikka in order to provide a final meal to Lantern Stewart.
Whilst being monitored, the Alpha Lanterns did not anticipate a breakout attempt by the rest of the Green Lantern Corps where Stewart was taken.
Following that point, the Alpha Lanterns pressed their advantage but the two renegade Earth Lanterns unleashed reprogrammed Manhunters against them.
In addition, the Alpha Lanterns faced a renewed assault from the rest of the Green Lantern Corps who had been freed from the Sciencells. The cyborg Alpha Lanterns ended up fighting a renewed assault from both sides and saw them unite to defeat an amalgam composite of a massive Manhunter.
Once destroyed, they continued their attack against Stewart and Gardner where they successfully managed to capture them. With the rogue Manhunters defeated, the cybernetic Alpha Lanterns proceeded to drain the Power Rings of the Green Lantern Corps of their charge where they intended to punish all the Lanterns for their dissent.
With the Earth Lanterns captive, the Alpha Lanterns proceeded with their judgement only for Varix to turn against his cybernetic brethren.
This left Varix the only Alpha Lantern left and he terminated himself as he believed he along with his comrades had disgraced the Green Lantern Corps.
Afterwards, the bodies of Varix and the Alpha Lanterns were interned in the Crypt of the Green Lantern Corps but were shown prior to their transformation into cyborgs.
While the Alpha Lanterns were a subdivision of the Green Lantern Corps, they had an oath of their own:. The Keepers was the name given to a race of humanoid beings that inhabited the planet Urak.
These skeletal beings native world was a barren world where their race struggled to exist. Their existence changed when their homeworld was visited by the Guardians of the Universe who were seeking a place that would serve as a storage ground for the Green Lantern Power Batteries.
This came after it became apparent that members of the Green Lantern Corps began to suffer when their Power Rings ran out of charge.
Thus, the Oans sought out a means of addressing this issue by providing easy access between a Green Lantern and their Power Rings.
They learnt that the unique properties of Urak allowed for a temporal conduit between a Power Battery and Power Ring whereupon they made a pact with the native species.
In exchange for rebuilding their world, the race would act as protectors and custodians of the Power Batteries that were stored in the Emerald Plains.
Thus, the native inhabitants of Urak became known as the Keepers due to their new role. The unique composition of their homeworld led to the Power Batteries growing as if they were crops within the Emerald Fields.
Though they held an important role in the Green Lantern Corps, their existence was not known to the Green Lanterns with even their Power Rings unable to identify the species.
These conditions, however, led to a form of symbiosis as the Power Batteries provided energy that nourished Urak and fed its people.
The energy of Willpower was thus infused into the singular DNA of the Keepers and provided them an amazingly potent force of will. As a result, they became beings that possessed an innate reserve of willpower which was overwhelming and not in proportion with their relatively common forms.
This trait made their armor completely immune to the effects of Lantern Energy Construct that derived from Willpower in the Emotional Spectrum.
Their strength of will made them capable of actually willing their own bodies to shut down and kill themselves.
The lush homeworld allowed their race to prosper as shepherds in this role. Events changed for the race in when the Oans arrived on Urak and removed all the Power Batteries from the Keepers care who they referred to as undeserving parasites.
This act led to Urak returning to its formerly barren existence with the Keepers struggling to simply survive, so they begin to attack another planets in order to steal their resources.
The First Lantern is a mysterious being that stirs within imprisonment, sealed in the Chamber of Shadows for billions of years by the Guardians of the Universe.
The Guardians who have become unemotional decided the Green Lantern Corps had failed as an interstellar police force due to their emotions and free will and it was time to replace them, so they traveled to the Chamber of Shadows to pull the First Lantern out; however, as they reach the Chamber of Shadows they had to battle another group of Oans that were tasked with guarding the enigmatic First Lantern, even from the Guardians themselves.
Despite heavy resistance, the Guardians take the First Lantern, who is able to recognize the Guardians and demands to be let out to no avail, and travel to Earth where they use the DNA of the First Lantern along with their own flesh to create a horde of infectious warriors, known as the Third Army.
The imprisoned First Lantern tells them that they will regret what they have done and that he will escape. Meanwhile, Black Hand reanimated the elder Oan who was killed by the Guardians for information about where the Guardians hid the First Lantern, but is only told that the First Lantern endangers the universe.
Volthoom had apparently unlocked the power of the Emotional spectrum as he came with a power battery of his own later revealed to be the "Travel Lantern" and taught what he knew about the Emotional Electromagnetic Spectrum energy to the Guardians of the Universe.
As a result of the influx of power and energy a ring was created, the very first Power Ring which they would use in conjunction with Volthoom's own power battery to allow him to return to his home.
However, because the power battery was a direct connection to the emotional spectrum and had no intermediary battery, no safety regulators and no modulators, Volthoom became corrupted by its powers and took them for himself.
Now able to harness any color of the emotional spectrum, Volthoom dismayed the Guardians of the Universe and renaming himself as the First Lantern, he began killing millions of beings in the universe.
In order to fight back, the Guardians created the Manhunters and also released simultaneously the first seven Green Lantern rings to scan for possible users.
A number of Guardians remained behind to ensure that the First Lantern was kept imprisoned forever and became known as The Hidden Ones. Eventually, the Guardians of the Universe inadvertently released a vengeful First Lantern from his prison.
Approaching the combatants on Oa, he captured the Guardians, forcing Ganthet to relive all of his life's mistakes and the reasons behind them.
He was unable to affect reality, however, as his power had been weakened by the Oans tapping into it. Thus he reabsorbed his power from the Third Army, causing it to crumble to dust; deciding he needed reservoirs of emotional energy from sentient beings, he began to tap into the memories of his captured foes and torture them emotionally.
In addition, he fed on great sources of Emotional energy, gaining it via destroying Korugar and later by claiming the Great Heart on Maltus.
With his powers at their height, Volthoom then reclaims the First Ring that Ganthet had kept within himself, intending to use the Central Power Battery as a conduit to alter the fabric of reality and conquer all of creation.
However, he faced the combined might of all the warriors from the Emotional Spectrum. These included the vengeful Sinestro, who was angry over the destruction of his homeworld and bonded with the Parallax Entity.
He utilized The Lord of The Dead to weaken Volthoom by separating him of his connection to the Emotional Spectrum, which, after Nekron sliced him in half, ultimately led to his defeat.
Yet while his body was destroyed, Volthoom's psychic energy still lives on, guiding Frank Laminski to use the Phantom Ring, which allows the user to harness any color of the Emotional Spectrum.
Volthoom also captured his erstwhile friend Rami, an exiled Guardian of the Universe who forged the Phantom Ring and first seven Green Lantern rings; after a tremendous battle, trapping his essence in an energy sphere, Volthoom possessed Rami's body.
More recently we discovered that after Nekron slew him, Volthoom went to the Dead Zone, where he revealed his history to his killer.
As a result of the impending doom surrounding his planet and his way of life, Volthoom and his mother, both scientists, had already discovered the Emotional Electromagnetic Spectrum.
Together they invented the "Travel Lantern," an "experimental device for infinite exploration" that used the energies of the Emotional Spectrum to travel between various alternate Earths.
Seeking a way to save their planet, Volthoom used the Travel Lantern to jump from universe to universe, including a stop in Earth-3 where the wizard Mordru used a piece of Volthoom's soul to create Power Ring's ring.
Eventually Volthoom arrived in Earth 0 10 billion years in the past. After recounting his history to Nekron, Volthoom begs him to end his life; Necron reveals he cannot.
Volthoom's bond with the Emotional Spectrum is profound and permanent, and as long as there is light in the universe, he will never die.
As Necron utters this, Volthoom is immediately pulled back to Earth 0. In this way he is able to read several pages from the Book of Oa, discovering that while his Travel Lantern was destroyed, the device was used to build the first seven Green Lantern Rings; knowing this, he seeks the rings, presumably so he may use their power to return to his own world, and discovers they reside in the Vault of Shadows, guarded by the Mighty Tyran'r, sole surviving member of the first seven Lanterns.
While Tyran'r uncovers Volthoom's ruse, Volthoom manages to prevent his revealing the truth to Simon and Jessica. It's also revealed that 10 billion years ago, in an attempt to help Volthoom, Rami secretly used the Travel Lantern to reach Earth, seeing its destruction with his own eyes, only to discover that a time-traveling Volthoom, having gone mad, destroyed the very planet he had come back to save.
Volthoom, enraged and corrupted by the powers of the entire Emotional Spectrum, attempted to force Rami to hand the items over, only for the other Guardians of the Universe to come to his aid.
However, Volthoom killed many Guardians in his quest to find his travel lantern and ring. With no other choice, Rami destroyed the Travel Lantern, using it to forge the first seven Green Lantern Rings to harness the green Emotional Energy of willpower.
It's not quite clear what state Rami is in at this point. He's been de-aged and restored by the First Ring and goes after Jessica Cruz.
Simon is able to lock him in a prison but Volthoom is able to escape it while Jessica Cruz tends to Rami. Volthoom overpowers Simon Baz's ring and destroys it.
Volthoom tries to reclaim Jessica's ring, even accessing its protocols, but Jessica's will is strong and she escapes with Simon to San unknown location in the universe.
The Guardians of the Universe who have become unemotional were preparing to create the 'Third Army' to replace the Green Lantern Corps.
The organic constructs have the ability to transform other beings into copies of themselves through direct contact. It has been shown that they possess both enhanced strength and a collective intelligence which is shown during an attack on the Red Lanterns when Atrocitus stabs one of the Third Army in the eyes, where all the Third Army felt the pain.
The First Seven are the predecessors of the Green Lantern Corps, assembled 10 billion years ago in order to bring Volthoom to justice.
In the universe prior to the current one, groups managed to tap into the wellspring of power created by the Emotional Spectrum.
In this universe those who tapped into the green light were known as the Lightsmiths of the Green Light of Resolve.
In the parallel universe of Earth-1, the Green Lantern Corps was wiped out centuries ago by the Manhunters , the Central Power Battery was presumed destroyed and the few remaining Power Rings were scattered across the galaxy and deprived of their full power.
In the near future, the Corps is reborn when asteroid miner Hal Jordan discovers a Power Ring and, eventually, the Central Power Battery, which had been contained but not destroyed.
Jordan is able to send out a distress call to all remaining power rings, and the ring bearers unite to retrieve the battery and destroy the majority of the Manhunters.
With the full power of the rings restored, the Green Lantern Corps is reborn under the leadership of Arisia , with each member returning to their homeworld to defend it from the Manhunters, but also swearing to aid each other if needed.
The Guardians, having heard of Superman's change and more forceful approach to enforce justice, send a squad of Green Lanterns to apprehend Superman and to bring him to Oa for trial.
Superman, having been warned prematurely by Sinestro, as well as receiving aid from the Sinestro Corps, overpowers the squad, and forces them to relinquish their rings.
This eventually forces a violent reaction from Ganthet, who proceeds to bring in a large amount of Green Lanterns as well as Mogo with him.
Despite early advantages thanks to their numbers as well as the number of rioters within Earth, the Green Lanterns soon become overextended and are picked out individually because Superman's Regime brought civilians out to the front, knowing that the Green Lanterns would not attempt to harm them.
Meanwhile, Superman, who was shot with a Kryptonite bullet by Black Canary, receives a Yellow Power ring, which he uses to extract the bullet, and he proceeds to kill Canary.
With his powers further augmented, Superman proceeds to drive Ganthet and Mogo to the Earth's sun to end the war, and effectively wiping out nearly every Green Lantern that was involved in the war.
They are an interdimensional police force powered by seemingly useless objects they received from godlike beings known as the Idelons, who are drawn to creative forces.
There are only seven members of the Avant Guard, each with a different-colored object that grants them art-based abilities.
For the most part, the Avant Guard has a fractious relationship and runs a risk of overlooking their enemies' rights.
At the end of the story, a supervillian forces Greyscale to murder Samantha Dean, Chiroscuro's girlfriend, and stuff her in the infamous fridge.
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