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From everything I can gather about the genesis of this Justice League movie is that it has been a long and arduous project. In 2007, the project was talked about and started slight development in order to start filming before the major writers strike. Due to this, it seems, the film was put on "indefinite hold". Further, they attempted to get some kind of ...


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This answer is from the comics, as they don't show it in the movie. In the comics, classic Green Lantern had to recharge the ring every 24 hours. This (and a weakness to yellow objects) was his kryptonite; that crucial weakness that prevents him from being an invincible god. So, it would be common for fights to go longer than Hal expected, resulting in ...


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The purpose of the exercise is to show the capabilities of the drones against the fighter jets of modern technology. So the two pilots are brought in to showcase the capabilities of the drones. The purpose is evasion - how well the drones can evade any competent attack formation. The pilots were to team up and try to take down the drones. It was not just ...


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Sinestro, at the time, was the leader of the Green Lantern Corps and regarded to be one of the greatest Green Lanterns ever. He also had a very big ego and believed that he could accomplish what Parallax had failed to do: control the yellow essence of fear without losing himself to it. He also believed that the green essence of will power was no match for ...


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This question depends on which side you want it from, the movie reference or the comic canon? In the movies it is not really explained but from what I can gather Parallax had been feeding off the organisms fear each time they came in close proximity. Then when the astronauts crashed this was the last bit of fear that he needed to escape, by this time his ...


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Back when the rings needed to be charged every 24 hours, the rings had an emergency power reserve specifically to protect the bearer from mortal harm when their ring's regular charge ran out. (See Green Lantern v2 #46 (1966).)


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The Green Lantern movie is only very loosely based on the comic book series. As opposed to being imprisoned in a prison of emerald crystal in the movie, Parallax was originally captured in the Green Lantern Central Power Battery as the yellow impurity. He then escapes from it to wreak havoc. However, none of that happens in the movie so we can only ...



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