Larfleeze and a few other aliens planned to make the biggest heist the universe has ever seen and raided Maltus.From the planet, they grabbed the box, which was worth an entire star system, and an old map that lead them to the Orange light, which was the Orange Power Battery, fuelled by avarice.is a classic DC Comics Super Hero and one of the first to embrace the concept of a Legacy Character.Green Lantern has the unique ability to create objects out of solid green light, whose forms are limited only by the character's imagination.Thus, when recruiting new Green Lanterns the Guardians were careful to look for recruits that were largely fearless.When the renegade Sinestro was later imprisoned in the Power Battery himself, his Qwardian yellow power ring tapped into Parallax's power and awakened it.Alan was one of the mainstays of the All-American anthology series, as well as his own Green Lantern title.
What most people know of the character originated during this era: the villainous Lantern renegade Sinestro, the living planet Mogo, alien drill instructor Kilowog, and aerospace entrepreneur/love interest Carol Ferris.
Also see (not related to the current title), which was tangentially related to the Lantern franchise (founded by the Guardians and including Hal's friend Tom as a member).
Outside of comics, associated Green Lanterns has appeared a number of times: With a Corps of over 7,000 alien enforcers, you better believe there's a Character Sheet.
It currently consists of: The Green Lanterns are also frequent members of versions of the Justice League of America, with Hal, John, Kyle and Jade part of different incarnations of the main team, Guy in the Justice League International, and Simon in a secondary JLA team.
Alan Scott is also a founding member of the Justice Society of America, which is either the League's predecessor or its Earth-2 counterpart depending on the era, as well his daughter Jade, who was part of the Earth-2 counterpart of Teen Titans, Infinity, Inc., and one the formations of the Outsiders.