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| HistoryText = The '''Green Lantern Corps of Earth''' were a number of members of the [[Green Lantern Corps]] who banded together in [[Sector 2814]] shortly after the massive Corps reformation during the [[Crisis on Infinite Earths]]. The [[Guardians of the Universe]] and their female counterparts the [[Zamarons]] decided to leave the universe, and in the meantime allow the Lanterns to organize themselves. As the "one Lantern per sector" rule caused some of their officers to be nothing more than caretakers rather than active peacekeepers, more Lanterns were centralized in hot spots where they would be more needed. The Guardians believed that [[Humans]] would be the next evolutionary masterpiece of the cosmos, eventually growing to be more like those on [[Oa]].<ref>''[[Green Lantern Vol 2 200|Green Lantern (Volume 2) #200]]''</ref> Seven Lanterns stationed themselves on [[Earth]] to protect it, including [[Hal Jordan (New Earth)|Hal Jordan]], [[John Stewart (New Earth)|John Stewart]], [[Kilowog (New Earth)|Kilowog]], [[Katma Tui (New Earth)|Katma Tui]], [[Arisia Rrab (New Earth)|Arisia]], [[Salakk (New Earth)|Salakk]], and [[Ch'p (New Earth)|Ch'p]].<ref>{{c|Green Lantern Corps #201}}</ref> Later, [[Guy Gardner (New Earth)|Guy Gardner]] would also join as an on-and-off-again member.
 
| HistoryText = The '''Green Lantern Corps of Earth''' were a number of members of the [[Green Lantern Corps]] who banded together in [[Sector 2814]] shortly after the massive Corps reformation during the [[Crisis on Infinite Earths]]. The [[Guardians of the Universe]] and their female counterparts the [[Zamarons]] decided to leave the universe, and in the meantime allow the Lanterns to organize themselves. As the "one Lantern per sector" rule caused some of their officers to be nothing more than caretakers rather than active peacekeepers, more Lanterns were centralized in hot spots where they would be more needed. The Guardians believed that [[Humans]] would be the next evolutionary masterpiece of the cosmos, eventually growing to be more like those on [[Oa]].<ref>''[[Green Lantern Vol 2 200|Green Lantern (Volume 2) #200]]''</ref> Seven Lanterns stationed themselves on [[Earth]] to protect it, including [[Hal Jordan (New Earth)|Hal Jordan]], [[John Stewart (New Earth)|John Stewart]], [[Kilowog (New Earth)|Kilowog]], [[Katma Tui (New Earth)|Katma Tui]], [[Arisia Rrab (New Earth)|Arisia]], [[Salakk (New Earth)|Salakk]], and [[Ch'p (New Earth)|Ch'p]].<ref>{{c|Green Lantern Corps #201}}</ref> Later, [[Guy Gardner (New Earth)|Guy Gardner]] would also join as an on-and-off-again member.
   

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The Green Lantern Corps of Earth were a number of members of the Green Lantern Corps who banded together in Sector 2814 shortly after the massive Corps reformation during the Crisis on Infinite Earths. The Guardians of the Universe and their female counterparts the Zamarons decided to leave the universe, and in the meantime allow the Lanterns to organize themselves. As the "one Lantern per sector" rule caused some of their officers to be nothing more than caretakers rather than active peacekeepers, more Lanterns were centralized in hot spots where they would be more needed. The Guardians believed that Humans would be the next evolutionary masterpiece of the cosmos, eventually growing to be more like those on Oa.[1] Seven Lanterns stationed themselves on Earth to protect it, including Hal Jordan, John Stewart, Kilowog, Katma Tui, Arisia, Salakk, and Ch'p.[2] Later, Guy Gardner would also join as an on-and-off-again member.

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