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This article is about the second Green Lantern. For the others, see Green Lantern.

Hal Jordan is a Green Lantern and a founding member of the Justice League.[3] He is based in Coast City.[4]

Physical appearance[edit | edit source]

Hal Jordan is a Caucasian male with short brown hair. He wears a dark green domino mask to hide his identity and a green and black costume like all Green Lanterns. The torso and shoulders are green, while the legs, arms, and armpits are black. The forearms and hands of his costume are white, the feet green. The Green Lantern Corps symbol is on his chest.[5]

In 2018, Hal Jordan has gained a few wrinkles, gray temples and the forearms of his costume are now green while his hands are black.[6]

History[edit | edit source]

Early life[edit | edit source]

Hal Jordan became Green Lantern in 2000.[7]

Before the foundation of the Justice League, Green Lantern had teamed up with Flash once. He is still good friends with him.[8]

In February[9] 2003,[10] Green Lantern worked together with six other heroes[11] to defeat an Appellaxian invasion, and eventually drove them off the planet.[12] The seven assembled heroes then formed the Justice League,[9] with them as the founding members.[13]

2010[edit | edit source]

Washington, D.C.
July 5, 00:39:16 EDT

Hal Jordan appeared along with the rest of the Justice League at the site of Cadmus following the young heroes' battle with Blockbuster. He was later one of the League members who carried Blockbuster away to be contained.[5]

Mount Justice
July 8, 08:04:16 EDT

After Batman decided to set up the sidekicks as a team and use the old Secret Sanctuary in Mount Justice as a base, Hal helped in the renovation of the Cave.[5]

The Watchtower
November 25, 06:54 EST

Hal convened with the rest of the Justice League to discuss inducting new members into the League. Both he and Jon Stewart were adamant that Guy Gardner should not be considered for membership.[14]

Washington, D.C.
December 30, 09:16 EST

Hal Jordan was present at the press conference about the induction of Atom, Doctor Fate, Icon, Plastic Man and Red Arrow into the League.[15]

The Watchtower
December 30, 23:46 EST

After being made a slave of the Light's mind control, Hal Jordan welcomed Vandal Savage aboard the Watchtower with a silent kneel of obedience.[15]

The Watchtower
December 31, 23:16 EST

When Black Canary, Red Tornado, and Red Arrow returned to the Watchtower, Klarion realized they were no longer under the Light's control, so Savage had Hal trap them with his power ring. Savage revealed the motives for his plan to the three heroes as Starro-tech was placed on them once more. Eventually, Klarion realized the three heroes still weren't "online", as the cure-tech canceled out the Starro-tech. They broke out of Hal's constructs and gave him cure-tech. He was cured, but unconscious.[16]

2016[edit | edit source]

The Watchtower
January 3, 17:08 EST

During a mission briefing, John Stewart mentioned that Hal and Guy Gardner were on the Green Lantern home world of Oa.[17]

Before the League departed for Rimbor, John Stewart said that Hal and Guy went ahead to the planet to prepare it for the League's arrival, and to impress its leaders that the Guardians of the Universe expect a fair trial.[12]

Mount Justice
June 20, 23:16 EDT

After gaining their freedom on Rimbor, the League finally arrived at Mount Justice, Hal Jordan among them. The mountain was in ruins, and Superman wondered whether they were already too late in dealing with the invasion that embroiled the Earth before and during their absence. Members of the Team descended from the heavens, acting as a welcoming committee. Batman asked Aqualad, who in their last meeting was still a traitor, what happened there. Aqualad reassured them that the crisis has passed, but not without loss.[18]

New York
July 4, 21:15 EDT

Hal Jordan joined Guy Gardner, John Stewart, Superman, and Captain Marvel in escorting the Reach flagship away from the United Nations building and into space. Upon leaving the Earth's atmosphere, the Green Lanterns accompanied the Reach fleet remnants towards Oa, where they would stand trial before the Guardians of the Universe.[18]

2018[edit | edit source]

October 12, post-07:55 EDT

2019[edit | edit source]

The Orphanage
January 25, 22:25 UTC
The Orphanage
January 26, post-01:17 UTC

Equipment[edit | edit source]

Like all Green Lanterns, Hal Jordan derives his power from his green power ring.

  • Power ring: The power ring is capable of creating whatever the user thinks through pure will. All Green Lanterns cover themselves in a green aura which gives them the ability of flight and acts as a personal shield.

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Background information[edit | edit source]

  • Hal Jordan is the Silver Age version of Green Lantern, a test pilot working for Ferris Aircraft. He's been a member of the Corps and the Justice League of America; however, in the 90s, he was a villain, first as Parallax and later as the host body of the Spectre, where he walked a fine line between good and bad.
  • This is Hal Jordan's 9th animated appearance. He has appeared in Superman/Aquaman Hour of Adventure, Super Friends, Justice League Unlimited, The Batman, the Duck Dodgers episode "The Green Loontern", Batman: The Brave and the Bold, Justice League: The New Frontier, and Green Lantern: First Flight.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Weisman, Greg (2011-12-28). Question #13861. Ask Greg. Retrieved 2011-12-28.
  2. San Diego Comic Con promotional tote bag
  3. Weisman, Greg (2011-09-29). Question #13528. Ask Greg. Retrieved 2011-09-30.
  4. Weisman, Greg (2014-07-27). Question #20275. Ask Greg. Retrieved 2015-07-30.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Weisman, Greg (writer) & Liu, Sam (director) (November 26, 2010). "Fireworks". (Part 2) Young Justice. Season 1. Episode 2. Cartoon Network.
  6. Paredes, Francisco (writer) & Berkeley, Christopher (director) (January 25, 2019). "Exceptional Human Beings". Young Justice. Season 3. Episode 10. DC Universe.
  7. Weisman, Greg (2012-11-27). Question #17115. Ask Greg. Retrieved 2012-11-27.
  8. Weisman, Greg (2012-01-20). Question #14031. Ask Greg. Retrieved 2012-03-26.
  9. 9.0 9.1 Weisman, Greg (2012-11-29). Question #17176. Ask Greg. Retrieved 2012-11-29.
  10. Weisman, Greg (2011-01-19). Question #12859. Ask Greg. Retrieved 2011-01-20.
  11. Weisman, Greg (2011-10-26). Question #13581. Ask Greg. Retrieved 2011-10-27.
  12. 12.0 12.1 Hopps, Kevin (writer) & Zwyer, Mel (director) (May 12, 2012). "Alienated". Young Justice. Season 2. Episode 3. Cartoon Network.
  13. Weisman, Greg (writer) & Oliva, Jay (director) (November 26, 2010). "Independence Day". Young Justice. Season 1. Episode 1. Cartoon Network.
  14. Hopps, Kevin (writer) & Chang, Michael (director) (March 24, 2012). "Agendas". Young Justice. Season 1. Episode 22. Cartoon Network.
  15. 15.0 15.1 Hopps, Kevin (writer) & Oliva, Jay, Divar, Tim (directors) (April 14, 2012). "Usual Suspects". Young Justice. Season 1. Episode 25. Cartoon Network.
  16. Weisman, Greg (writer) & Chang, Michael, Montgomery, Lauren (directors) (April 21, 2012). "Auld Acquaintance". Young Justice. Season 1. Episode 26. Cartoon Network.
  17. Weisman, Greg (writer) & Divar, Tim (director) (April 28, 2012). "Happy New Year". Young Justice. Season 2. Episode 1. Cartoon Network.
  18. 18.0 18.1 Hopps, Kevin (writer) & Murphy, Doug (director) (March 16, 2013). "Endgame". Young Justice. Season 2. Episode 20. Cartoon Network.
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