It was new in '86, now it's old, old man 😎😎😎
Prime Earth is the main continuity. New Earth died in 2011, like Scav said.
I've never read a story by him.
Vigilante + Dirty Harry
Becoming one of the most iconic superheroes in the DC universe and mentoring several legacy heroes. Alan Scott is a pivotal character and had pivotal roles in every multiversal crisis (especially COIE).
His 90s Green Lantern Corps Quarterly run just confirms the level of power he can unleash and how unique his role is. He's the connection and the sentinel of the greatest source of magic in the universe, the Starheart.
And I also love his family life, his relationship with Molly and his children, Todd and Jennie. He managed to keep his family unite and stable even if they had a rough beginning (the whole Rose Canton story).
He's rightfully one of the most important people in the DC universe.
From and historical point of view, I'd say the 90s and 00s were the highest point in Alan's history. It went downhill from there, the 10s were not great for Golden Age heroes generally. The 90s and 00s attention and respect towards legacy and comics history just faded suddenly in the early 10s.
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No, he's not merged with Carter Hall in Prime Earth continuity.
Concerning Prime Earth:
Katar Hol is a Thanagarian and he becomes Hawkman, he then dies in the Death of Hawkman and his reincarnation is the human Carter Hall.
The merging happened during Zero Hour on New Earth continuity.
I haven't read that too lol
Isn't that a milestone of Earth-Two continuity? I need to read that.
I need to read Cry For Justice, eveb if most people say it's bad.
I don't really know what's the worst comic I've read honestly.
Ah ok, so that's New 52 Katar Hol. That's why he's covered in the blood of his enemies lmao
Lmao from which comic is that?
I see the art is by Mike Deodato (you cannot unrecognize those terrible shadows).
Alan Scott was married with Rose Canton, then divorced and he's married to Molly Mayne.
And I prefer Jade with Kyle Rayner. I've always found the interaction between Kyle, Jennie and Alan one of the best in comics.
Nate already won for certain lol
I don't think so, honestly. I think it was a creation of the series.
I liked the fact we finally had a good live-action portrayal of Atom. The previous one in the JLA pilot of the 90s was pure trash.
Oh hi Movies, it's been a nice day. I'm in Bologna (the city of my University) and I spent the evening with one of my friends from my native town who stays near where I stay. We watched the last What If? episode. Great episode.
What about you?
It's the same deconstructivist thing they've been doing since Watchmen, but with Golden Age characters.
I'd like to see a reverse thing of this post, it's a nice idea.