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  β€’ Universe: DC Comics & Movies
  β€’ Name: Harold "Hal" Jordan
  β€’ Species: Human
  β€’ Alias: Green Lantern
  β€’ Affiliation: Green Lantern Corps, Justice League Reserves (Formerly)
  β€’ Occupation: Green Lantern, Former Test Pilot
  β€’ Affiliation: Good
  β€’ Connections (Family): Martin Jordan (father, deceased), Jessica Jordan (mother), Larry Jordan (uncle), Jack Jordan (brother), Jim Jordan (brother), Susan Jordan (sister-in-law), Harold Jordan (cousin), Howard Jordan (nephew), Jane Jordan (niece)


Hal Jordan is one of Earth's Green Lanterns. A former military test pilot, he is now the protector of Sector 2814. He is also a founding member of the Justice League.
Green Lantern is a name that has been used by many characters in the DC Universe, appearing in two distinct legacies. The original (during the Golden Age) was businessman Alan Scott, who wore a magic power ring that created energy constructs and had to be charged using his mystic lantern. "Green Lantern" was re-imagined in the Silver Age as an intergalactic peacekeeping force called the Green Lantern Corps, with test pilot Hal Jordan serving as the new Green Lantern. The Guardians of the Universe on Oa give these Lanterns rings, again powered by a battery, but also requiring strong willpower to be wielded, and sent them to patrol all 3600 sectors of the known universe. Jordan became a founding member of the Justice League on Earth-One, and Scott was a member of the Justice Society on Earth-Two. Their timelines were merged during the Crisis on Infinite Earths, and it was explained that Scott's magic ring taps into the Starheart. There have been several other human Green Lanterns of Sector 2814. The architect John Stewart and later the brash Guy Gardner were both originally introduced as potential replacements for Jordan. Kyle Rayner became the fifth and only Green Lantern when Jordan turned into the evil Parallax and destroyed the Corps during Emerald Twilight. The Corps has since been rebuilt with all Lanterns serving simultaneously. Muslim engineer Simon Baz would become the sixth Green Lantern and PTSD victim Jessica Cruz became the seventh after overcoming the Ring of Volthoom from Power Ring of the Crime Syndicate.
Hal Jordan was raised in a multi-religious household. His father is Catholic, while his mother is Jewish. As a child, Hal was traumatized by watching his father, a pilot, die in a plane crash. Refusing to bow down to fear, he followed in his father's footsteps and became a military test pilot, despite being terrified every time he flew. Years later, Hal had been kicked out of the military for assaulting an officer, and was reduced to an engineer giving planes tune-ups. He was abducted by a dying alien, Abin Sur. Sur wanted Hal to replace him in the Green Lantern Corps, an intergalactic police force that had safeguarded the universe for billions of years. Hal accepted and was summoned for basic training to the Corps headquarters on the planet Oa. On completion, he was assigned to Thaal Sinestro of Korugar.
Hal and Sinestro worked well together and became friends. At some point, however, Hal discovered Sinestro had enslaved Korugar using his ring. He attacked Sinestro and turned him in to the Corps, earning Sinestro's lifelong enmity. At various points Hal has fought against Evil Star, Black Hand and Hector Hammond. Hal was among founding members of the Justice League. While the team's actual first meeting is debated, prime amongst the contenders was when the heroes who would eventually comprise the league fought off an attack by the alien Appellaxians, which resulted in them nearly being turned into trees before emerging victorious. The heroes, inspired by their victory, formed a team not unlike the historical Justice Society of America or its lesser-known successor, the Justice Experience, christening it the Justice League. One of their earliest foes was Starro the Conquerer. In original New 52 Continuity, the Justice League formed following an invasion of Earth by Darkseid. However, following subsequent changes to the timeline, this was supplanted with an adventure resembling the team's Earth-1 and New Earth origin. While Darkseid's invasion may have still occurred, it seemingly did not occur in the way originally depicted. At some point, Hal was possessed by Parallax in his despair following the destruction of Coast City. With the help of his friends he ultimately broke free, but the incident remained one of Hal's few fears.
After being stripped of his ring by the Corps, Hal returned home, resigned. In his Coast City apartment, Jordan was hounded by his landlord for overdue rent. As he looked out the window, Hal noticed a woman in the building across the street being threatened. He jumped out his seventh story window, crashed through the window of the woman's apartment, and subdued her attacker. Only then does he look up to see the room filled with a camera crew and realized that the woman and her attacker are actors. Sometime later, Carol arrived to bail Hal out of jail. She tells him it's time to move on with his life and offered Hal a job at Ferris Aircraft. Thinking it over, Hal asked Carol out on a date. Later that night, Hal and Carol were dining in a fancy restaurant. Hal tells Carol he will accept her offer for a job and then says he has something else to ask her: he needed her to co-sign a car lease for him. Carol then threw her drink in his face and stomped off. Hal chased after and tried to apologize, not realizing Carol was expecting a proposal. Thoroughly mad, Carol drove off, leaving Hal stranded in a growing rainstorm. Soaking wet, Hal finally arrived home only to find an eviction notice attached to his apartment door. The night is not over, however, as Sinestro was waiting and offered Hal a chance to regain his ring.
Despite Sinestro's offer, Hal attacked him but Sinestro easily subdued him. Sinestro said that Hal's life had been very difficult lately without his ring. Then, Sinestro created a ring and placed it on Hal. Powered by the ring, Hal freed himself from the chains and blasted Sinestro with an energy beam. However, the beam did not affect Sinestro. Confused, Hal asked what was wrong with the ring and Sinestro stated that there was nothing wrong with it. Since the ring was created by Sinestro, he alone could control it. To prove his point, Sinestro powered down his ring and Hal fell to a rooftop. As he reactivated the ring, Sinestro proclaimed that Hal was his servant. Then, Hal heard emergency sirens and flew to see the problem, to Sinestro's annoyance. Hal and Sinestro watched as a bridge was about to collapse. Hal saved a woman, but Sinestro deactivated his ring and the woman fell into the water. Then, Sinestro fixed the entire bridge and saved all of the victims, including the woman. As Sinestro reactivated Hal's ring, Gorgor, a member of the Sinestro Corps and the one behind the bridge's collapse, attacked them. Sinestro fought Gorgor, proclaiming that all the members of his Corps gave into their sadistic urges instead of obeying the code of conduct he created. Then, he killed Gorgor with a sword construct. Sinestro told Hal that the Sinestro Corps had enslaved Korugar and he will help him destroy them. Sinestro explained to Hal that he needed him to liberate Korugar from the Sinestro Corps. If the other Green Lanterns got involved, there would be a massacre. Hal decided to go with Sinestro, but not before he said goodbye to Carol. However, Sinestro wouldn't let him, as the fate of Korugar was more urgent. Hal angrily punched Sinestro in the face, saying that Sinestro was not better than him. Sinestro simply laughed, saying that he was better than Hal, and he already knew it. Then, Sinestro flew off to Korugar, followed by a reluctant Hal. Hal and Sinestro arrived at Korugar, and Sinestro revealed his plan: they were to stay hidden until sunset and Sinestro would fight the Corpsmen while Hal went to the Yellow Central Battery and deactivated it, as it could only be deactivated by a Green Lantern. Hal expressed confusion at Sinestro's decision of using a Green Lantern as a failsafe for the Yellow Battery but nevertheless went along with the plan. Sinestro changed his uniform's color to black, surprising Hal, as he didn't know the ring could do that. As they hid in Korugar's ruins while waiting for the sunset, Hal and Sinestro watched as the Corpsmen enslaved the Korugarans and brought them to cells. Just as a Corpsman was about to kill a young Korugarian, another Korugarian named Arsona attacked him. Sinestro was surprised, as he knew Arsona. However, the Corpsman restrained her and prepared to kill her, and Sinestro decided to attack. Hal, knowing that Sinestro was drawing their attention, gone for the Yellow Central Battery, where he was attacked by another Corpsman. Hal quickly killed him and entered the Battery, but the Battery blasted him, much to Sinestro's shock. As Hal was blasted by the Yellow Power Battery, he saw his relationship with Carol with another perspective. However, the Battery discovered that Hal wasn't Sinestro and stopped blasting him with energy. The Battery was not trying to disintegrate him; instead, it was trying to teleport him to the Antimatter Universe. As Hal lost consciousness, the Sinestro Corpsmen put him in a cell. As Hal came to, he tried to get out of the cell; however, the cell had been designed to withstand green energy. As his ring's energy levels approached 0%, Hal used the last of his ring's power to create a construct of Carol. The Corpsmen placed Sinestro in a cell alongside Hal's. Sinestro's cell was also filled with Korugarian prisoners. Hal listened to Sinestro talk with Arsona, who was personally upset with Sinestro's betrayal against Korugar. To get out of the cells, Hal suggested to Sinestro to create rings for the Korugarians, just like he created a ring for him. With power rings, the Korugarans would fight back against the Corpsmen. Sinestro was not sure about this plan, saying that the rings would only last ten minutes before disappearing, but Hal told him to try. Exerting himself, Sinestro managed to create rings for the Korugarans. However, the Korugarians, led by a vengeful Arsona, decided to use their new power to attack Sinestro instead. Flying through space with the Battery and the Corpsmen under custody, Hal and Sinestro talked about recent events. Sinestro believed that Guardians were insidious and becoming a greater danger to the universe than he ever was, but Hal still denounced Sinestro's actions. Declaring their pact over, Sinestro de-charged Hal's ring, saying he could keep it, but he never stated he would provide a way to recharge when he made the deal in the first place. Then, Sinestro sent Hal back to Earth. Returning to Earth, Hal resolved to find another way to recharge his ring, until he remembered Carol. Hal went to Ferris Aircraft and met Carol with a kiss, telling her about what happened in Korugar. He apologized for everything they had gone through, told her that he wanted her to be the last thing he saw before he died and promised to improve their relationship. She accepted Hal's apology and the two restarted their relationship.[18] Hal resumed his life on Earth with Carol's help. During a date in the Coast City Aeronautical Museum, Hal defended a mechanic from some coworkers that attacked him because he caught them stealing plane parts. After the date, Hal told Carol that he didn't need to be Green Lantern.

Artifacts, Items, Powers

  β€’ Green Lantern Ring
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   Willpower Form Transformation: Hal's connection to the Green Light of Will is so great that he can transform into a construct, allowing him to channel greater amounts of power at the risk of dissipating into energy himself. Hal has a unique link to the Green Lantern Ring he forged himself, allowing him to connect to it regardless of obstacles. Due to his connection, only he is allowed to use his ring, unless he allows someone else to use it.

Epic Moments

  βˆš Power of Green Energy!

  βˆš Hal Jordan Vs Sinestro!


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