|Blue Lantern of Sector 1|
|Citizen of the an unnamed nation on the planet Astonia.|
|Nation or Planet of Origin|
|Astonia, Sector 1|
|Blue Lantern Corps|
|Base of Operations|
|Odym, Sector 2|
Normal Astonian with Blue Lantern Ring enhanced abilities granting the wielder the ability to fly at supersonic speeds; achieve superhuman strength, speed, stamina, durability, immunity to harsh environments and an ability to communicate with all known sentient species.
A Blue Lantern Ring is capable of healing the physical and emotional wounds of others, and when focusing the hope of an entire planet have the ability to rejuvenate the lifespan of a sun.
Note: To access all the powers of the blue spectrum of hope a Blue Lantern Ring must be in proximity to a Green Lantern Ring to allow it to heal wounds and neutralize the corrupting power of red, yellow or orange rings. Blue Lantern Rings are fueled by the hope of their wearer and can charge a Green Lantern Ring beyond its normal limits. In tandem Blue Lanterns have the ability to transform a dying sun into a young blue sun.
Without a Green Lantern Ring in proximity a Blue Lantern Ring is limited to flight and an ability to generate a protective aura.
Blue Lantern Ring: Device worn upon the finger granting abilities to the wielder to create forms and devices of blue energy from their imagination, transmute materials, phase through solid objects, become invisible, fly at supersonic speeds; achieve superhuman strength, speed, stamina, durability, immunity to harsh environments and an ability to communicate with all known sentient species.
Green Lantern vol. 4
|Green Lantern vol. 4 #25 (Dec. 2007)|
|Geoff Johns & Ethan Van Sciver|
A priest on his home planet of Astonia, Bro'Dee Walker always believed in the power of hope. In the final days of the lifespan of Asonia's sun, Walker counseled others to have hope, despite an apparently hopeless situation. The strength of Walker's hope and his ability to instill hope in others caused him to be chosen by a Blue Lantern Ring, which he used to rejuvenate his native sun, and join the small ranks of the Blue Lantern Corp as Saint Walker.
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