Green Lantern is the name of multiple superheroes from the DC Universe, all of whom are characterized by a power ring and the ability to create solid constructs with the ring.
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... Sinestro sends comets to the Earth and when Green Lantern moves the earth out of its usual orbit place to save it, the temperature rises even higher ... Africa, Sinestro and Captain Cold trap Green Lantern and Samurai in 500 A.D and rob King Arthur while Grodd and Solomon Grundy trap Batman and Robin in Ancient Rome and rob Caesar, the emperor 5 "Trial of the ... Cheetah secretly steals Wonder Woman's Lasso of Truth, Brainiac steals Green Lantern's power ring and Scarecrow steals Batman and Robin's utility belts ...
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... Green Lantern is famous for the oath he recites when he charges his ring ... For the dark things cannot stand the light, The light of the Green Lantern! ” —Alan Scott This oath is also used by Lanterns Tomar-Re of sector 2813, and Chief ... night, No evil shall escape my sight Let those who worship evil's might, Beware my power, Green Lantern's light!!! ” —Hal Jordan/Many Current Lanterns The oath in this ...
Famous quotes containing the words lantern and/or green:
“... It may be Prester Johns balloon
Or an old battered lantern hung aloft
To light poor travellers to their distress.
She then: How you digress!”
—T.S. (Thomas Stearns)
“We mustnt touch them yet, but see and see!
And what was green would by and by be gold.
Their name was called the Gold Hesperidee.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)