In brightest day, in blackest night,
|~ Hal Jordan reciting the Green Lanterns' Oath|
Hal Jordan is a member, and occasionally the leader, of the intergalactic police force called the Green Lantern Corps. He fights evil across the Universe with a ring that grants him a variety of superpowers.
Power and Stats
Tier: 2-C | 4-B
Name: Hal Jordan aka "The Green Lantern"
Origin: DC Comics
Age: Likely in his 40s
Classification: Human, Green Lantern Corp Member
Powers and Abilities: Bestowed by the GL Ring - Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Time Travel, Teleportation, Space-Flight, Willpower Manipulation and Empowerment, Energy Manipulation and Absorption, Weapon Creation, Matter Manipulation, Telepathy, Dimensional Travel and Limited Manipulation, Healing, Limited Reality Warping, Time Slow, Automatic Forcefields, Intangibility (Must be activated), Hacking and Data Processing/Transmission, Information Analysis, Limited Spatial Manipulation, Portal Creation, BFR (Can create interdimensional portals, warped space and sent apart of the earth into an interdimensional space), Invisibility, Illusion Creation, Can create copies of the ring, Summoning of other Green Lanterns, Memory Manipulation, Limited Ice Manipulation, Resistance to Mind Manipulation and Fear Manipulation (Green Lanterns are selected for their unfathomable willpower and ability to overcome fear, allowing them to resist the effects of Yellow Lantern Rings and similar attacks), Can construct temporary Green Lantern Rings to give to others
Attack Potency: Low Multiverse level (Comparable to Pre-Crisis Superman and Ultraman, The Time Trapper sent the energy from an unknown amount of power rings to the time-dimension to destroy all but one possible future ) | Solar System level (Comparable to Superman, Flash and other heavy hitters of the Justice League, and Kyle Rayner. Should be comparable to John Stewart who reaches his ring's limit when trying to recreate the Xanshi Star system)
Speed: Massively FTL+ (Able to fly trillions of miles in a short time, Using 4 probes, Hal searches the universe in a heartbeat) | Massively FTL+ (Comparable or superior to Superman. Effortlessly crossed light-years shortly and traversed the entire universe in hours. Power Rings can respond to a command within a nano-second)
Lifting Strength: Immeasurable (Comparable to Superman) | Stellar (Should be comparable to John Stewart, who was capable of moving around the mass of an entire solar system. His constructs have been repeatedly shown to be capable of restraining opponents comparable to Superman in raw strength, albeit only briefly)
Striking Strength: Low Multiversal | Solar System Class
Durability: Low Multiverse level | Solar System level
Range: Universal | At least Interplanetary (around 40 AUs)
Standard Equipment: GL Ring, GL Power Battery (Which is used to recharge the ring and is stored in another reality, however they usually don't carry it around with them)
Intelligence: Above Average
Weaknesses: Cannot affect anything that's yellow. | Rings hold a limited charge and need to be recharged with a power battery every so often. The ring cannot be used without sufficient willpower. If the user is somehow overcome by fear they will be unable to use the ring and will become vulnerable to the color yellow. If Green Lantern loses focus or concentration (i.e. through illusions) his power will weaken
- Hal blocks Ultraman's heat-vision.
- Withstood the Universe's magnetic force
- An alien who copied Hal's body, memories, and stole his ring hurts and may kill Superman
- According to Superman, the power of Hal’s ring defies all quantification
- Hal designed a prison that was capable of holding Ultra-Man and the Crime Syndicate. Power Girl and Alan Scott prove incapable of shattering the construct. It takes the combined power of Dr. Fate and Starman to do the job. 
- Hal Jordan says that he stopped Superman cold once
- Time travel is harder since the crisis. Hal and Arisia time-travel
- Hal Jordan fights Captain Atom
- Captain Atom didn't learn about his Universal level powers until later on
- A rookie Hal due to a timewarp was forced to fight himself as Parallax. Young Hal says their wills are even(They are the same person), but Parallax says that he has more power.
- Inside his battery, Hal fuses will and imagination to create a Microverse, projected from the hologram of his mind.
- Hal contains a star destroying entropic weapon
- Hal Jordan and Sinestro cause a collision so powerful it bends local reality
- Took a punch from Superboy-Prime
- Hal severely damages AMAZO who all of the League's powers
- Hal and other Lanterns spike the second Mandrakk, Rox Ogama
- Hal stops Captain Atom who is holding back
- Hal fights on par with Lobo
- Hal catches Parallax Flash who is running in circles
- Krona who had Ion easily tanked all of Hal's willpower, but Hal was able to scratch Krona
- (Outlier and PIS) Hal Jordan one-shots Krona who absorbed all the Emotional Entities. The writers made Hal stronger than a guardian and 7 Emotional Entities put together somehow. This is the last issue before the New 52 reboot.
- Auto-Aura: A passive ability that activates several enhancements simply by wearing the ring. Grants some increase in durability, regulates temperature and oxygen, allowing the wielder to survive in space. Allows for flight.
- Autoshields: A forcefield that activates automatically whenever a GL is in danger, independent of their own will. This shield is not as strong as a purpose - created forcefield, however.
- Constructs: The primary method of usage. The GL rings can create energy constructs that can easily be larger than planets. These are often used as weapons, restraints, or tools.
- Scan: GL Rings can analyze a target comprehensively, determining its identity, power source, power level, threat level, weaknesses, capabilities, etc. This takes a bit of time to complete, though.
- Although Hal Jordan was mostly unchanged by the Crisis of Infinite Earths, the reboot of the multiverse caused a change in how Lantern Rings work. Post-Crisis Rings are consistently shown to be Solar System level.
- Hal Jordan one-shotting Krona and 7 Emotional entities is an Outlier and Plot-Induced Stupidity, partially due to the fact that a few issues earlier Krona with Ion easily tanked all of Hal's willpower.
- Green Lantern Corps Feats Timeline Project.
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Key: Pre-Crisis | Post-Crisis
- ↑ Superman Vol 1 #295, January 1976
- ↑ Green Lantern Vol 4 #26, February 2008
- ↑ Green Lantern Vol 2 #1, August 1960
- ↑ Green Lantern Vol 2 #63, September 1968
- ↑ Green Lantern Vol 4 #11, June 2006
- ↑ Green Lantern Corps Vol 2 #14, September 2007
- ↑ Justice League of America Vol 1 #30 September 1964
- ↑ Green Lantern Vol 2 #135, December 1980
- ↑ DC Comics Presents Vol 1 #26, October 1980
- ↑ Justice League of America Vol 1 #189, April 1981
- ↑ Justice League of America Vol 1 #207, October 1982
- ↑ Justice League of America Vol 1 #224, March 1984
- ↑ Green Lantern Corps Vol 1 #215, August 1987
- ↑ Action Comics Vol 1 #630, December 1988
- ↑ Captain Atom Vol 2 #54, June 1991, #55, #56, and #57
- ↑ Green Lantern Vol 3 #106, October 1998
- ↑ Green Lantern: Will world July 2001
- ↑ Green Lantern Vol 3 #167, September 2003
- ↑ Green Lantern: Rebirth Vol 1 #5, April 2005
- ↑ Green Lantern Corps Vol 2 #18, January 2008
- ↑ Justice League of America Vol 2 #23, September 2008
- ↑ Final Crisis Vol 1 #7, March 2009
- ↑ Action Comics Vol 1 #885 March 2010
- ↑ Green Lantern Vol 4 #55 August 2010
- ↑ Green Lantern Vol 4 #60 January 2011
- ↑ Green Lantern Vol 4 #62 March 2011
- ↑ Green Lantern Vol 4 #67, August 2011