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Re: DC Comics Character Tournament - Part 1
Now if we compare the not normal green lanterns to the not normal kryptonians,this is abit of a different debate.Superman prime only beat sodam yat because he was not has experience and was exposed to lead that weaken him,heck he did NOT even know he had heat vision himself,he just got the powers,but he doing a good job for awhile and could have beaten him since sodam was really more powerful and had all the tools to beat him.A later sodam yat has beaten superman prime in the future.
A future sodam yat is more clearly more powerful and more experienced then his younger self,but it seems you want to just leave it there and ignore the more powerful green lanterns.
Superman prime 1 million is more powerful then superman prime from what i read so far and the armor that superman prime has sometimes does not enhance his powers,it only maintain them and restores them,so there is rewriting of history going there.
Now changing the subject now if we are talking about the most powerful green lanterns in history that would be zero hour hal jordan and Ion (Kyle Rayner).
These were the most powerful superheroes in the dc universe,of course hal turn bad for while but turn good again in the end and save earth.
Superman prime OR superman prime 1 million is not has powerful has them.
Here some info you kept ignoring.
Powers and abilities
As a Green Lantern, Jordan is semi-invulnerable, capable of projecting
hard light constructions, flight, and utilizing various other
abilities through his power ring which are only limited by his
imagination and willpower. Jordan as a Green Lantern has exceptional
As Parallax, Hal was one of the most powerful beings in all of the DC
Universe. In addition to his normal Green Lantern powers, he was able
to manipulate and reconfigure time-space to his will, had vast super
human strength which he demonstrated by being able to knock out
Superman with one punch, a higher sense of awareness and enhanced
durability. As Parallax he still was able to be harmed nearly just as
easily as a normal Green Lantern but seemed to be able to endure more
physical punishment. While Hal Jordan was Parallax he was never
defeated by physical force, all of his very few defeats were of a
changed mental state during or after the battle, which was usually the
result of dealing with his own conscience and he would just give up,
leave the battle and hide himself.
John Stewart (comics)
Powers and abilities
# Like all Green Lanterns, Stewart's personality affects his ring's
creations, giving them a solid, architectural quality. In Green
Lantern: Rebirth, Hal Jordan remarks that "everything John Stewart
(comics)he builds is solid". He also remarked that Stewart is the best
flyer in the Corps.
John Stewart as the mortal Guardian of the Universe, Master Builder
John finally forgave himself for his past mistakes and grew into a stronger, more complex hero when he became the caretaker of the "Mosaic World", a patchwork of communities from multiple planets that had been brought to Oa by an insane Guardian who had invaded John’s mind. Although bitter and sullen at his assignment at first, he overcame this and, using his formidable intellect and talent for unconventional thinking, Stewart forged the Mosaic into a new society and eventually became the first mortal Guardian of the Universe, as the Master Builder. As his reward for this new level of awareness, John was reunited with his late wife, Katma Tui. However, tragedy struck once again and Hal Jordan, possessed by Parallax, destroyed both the Guardians and the Central Power Battery, robbing John of his newfound powers and his resurrected wife.
# In Green Lantern (vol. 4) #26, it was shown that John's willpower
exceeds the limit of his ring (when he tried to recreate a planet from
scratch), a feat that had not been depicted before this point.
For a brief period, Rayner achieved godhood as Ion after absorbing the
energy Hal Jordan had left in Earth's Sun during "The Final Night"
storyline, which had merged and grown with energies released after
Oblivion's defeat. With his new powers, Rayner could bend time, space
and reality, allowing himself, for example, to be in many places at
once. The drawback of being one with everything was that Rayner could
no longer sleep or separate himself from the overwhelming
responsibilities these abilities imposed upon him. Rather than
sacrifice his humanity, Rayner abandoned omnipotence, bleeding off the
vast power, recharging the Central Power Battery on the Guardians'
home planet and headquarters, Oa, and helping to create a new group of
Guardians in the process. Before he purged all of the power, though,
he modified his ring and conjured a new Corps uniform to reflect his
new maturity. Once again limited only by his willpower and
imagination, Rayner's ring could still affect yellow, and would always
harbor a lifeline of power without a time limit on its power, and is
keyed directly to him, and would always return to him, though it still
required charging to reach full power.
There is a green lantern with superman like powers of own and his
planet is near or somewhere next to were superman's planet was.
Green lantern Sodam Yat
Sodam Yat is a prophesied future member of the Green Lantern Corps,
created by Alan Moore and is first mentioned in "Tygers", a story in
Tales of the Green Lantern Corps Annual #2. He is mentioned in passing
to Abin Sur by a demon named Qull of the Five Inversions, who had been
imprisoned on the planet Ysmault by the Guardians of the Universe. As
a Daxamite (a race which descended from Kryptonians with inherent
Superman-like powers) with a power ring, he would be nearly
Powers and abilities
Like their Kryptonian cousins, the Daxamites gain a large number of
abilities when exposed to yellow sunlight including super strength;
flight; super speed; super hearing; X-ray, heat, microscopic, and
telescopic vision; and super breath. While the Daxamites are
invulnerable while under yellow sunlight, the substance lead is still
very lethal to them even in small quantities, as Kryptonite is to
The benevolent Ion entity bestows its host with powers similar to a
Green Lantern Corps Power Ring and the Starheart. With those powers,
Sodam Yat has been described by some as the most powerful superhero in
the universe. However, access to the powers can be controlled through
his power ring, which he is required to wear constantly, allowing the
Guardians of the Universe to shut off his Ion powers. In the Legion of
Three Worlds miniseries, it is revealed that being host to the Ion
entity has allowed Sodam to survive, unaging, into the 31st century.
Last edited by mace1; 07-09-2013 at 06:28 PM.