|Earth's First Green Lantern|
|Subject of Imperial China|
|Nation or Planet of Origin|
|Green Lantern Corps|
|Base of Operations|
Normal human with Green Lantern Ring enhanced abilities granting the wielder the ability to create forms and devices of green 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.
Above average human with keen reflexes and steady nerves. An exceptional pilot of military and civilian aircraft.
Note: The imprisonment within the Central Power Battery of Parallax - a yellow being composed of pure fear - created an impurity making Green Lantern Rings incapable of manipulating objects colored yellow, and the champions of the Guardians of the Universe, the Green Lanterns, susceptible to the only thing that could break their will - fear.
With few exceptions the Power Ring is limited to a 24 hour charge and must be recharged in the Power Battery on a daily basis.
Green Lantern Central Power Battery: Repository of the mental energies of the Oan race.
Green Lantern Power Battery: Portable power batteries capable of drawing power from the Central Power Battery.
Green Lantern Ring: Device worn upon the finger to focus the energies of the Central Power Battery.
|Green Lantern: Dragon Lord Vol. 1|
|Green Lantern: Dragon Lord Vol. 1 # 1 (April 2001)|
|Doug Moench & Paul Gulacy|
A mystic from the Last Temple of the Dragon Lords, Jong Li is a man devoted to a life of selflessness, who has great power thrust upon him when an alien Green Lantern arrives on Earth bearing a powerful gift.
Jong Li must contemplate the inherent contradiction of a humble and selfless lifestyle in the service of the celestial Dragon Lords, but at the same time reconcile the Green Lantern's command from the heavens to wield a magical power greater than that of the Dragon Lords themselves as Earth's Green Lantern.
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