- It seems I am equal parts hope and rage. Anger is a part of who I am, but it is no longer all that I am. At least, I'm hopeful it doesn't have to be.
- — Razer src
Shortly after they parted ways, Razer encountered a Blue Power Ring powered by hope in deep space. He took the ring as a sign to abandon his anger while still carrying his red ring to prevent another person from being plagued by anger, keeping it a grim reminder of his past. However, a chance meeting with the New God Metron provided a solution: Metron would keep the Red Lantern Ring in his interdimensional vault while Razer continued his quest for Aya.
It took four years for Razer to reunite with Kilowog. However, his search was fruitless, and he lost all hope during his travel, rendering his Power Ring useless. For that reason, he went to New Genesis to retrieve his Red Lantern Ring and use his rage to power his quest. There, he confronted Metron again and exchanged the rings. However, the Red Ring didn't react when he put it on. It wasn't until Metron admitted to have manipulated Razer to exchange the red ring in the first place and surreptitiously providing him with false clues that led him to dead ends, keeping him doing "fool's errands" for three years and causing Razer to lose hope and return to the New God. That way, Metron would be able to study the two rings separately. Of course, Metron told him all this to enrage Razer and see the Red Lantern Ring in action. As expected, Razer embraced his anger again and attacked Metron, who sat there studying Razer's power. Razer chased Metron through Supertown, wreaking havoc in his way. Seeing the damage he caused, Razer decided to put his anger in check, and the Blue Lantern Ring returned to him, allowing him to become a Red/Blue Lantern hybrid. Razer then punched Metron through a Boom Tube and repaired the damage he caused on New Genesis.
Accepting that he has rage and hope in equal parts inside him, Razer parted ways with Kilowog and sent his regards to Hal Jordan, hopeful to continue his quest for Aya.
- This version of the character is exclusive to the continuity of the television series Young Justice and its tie-in comic book series. It is an adaptation of Razer. The original character was created by Giancarlo Volpe and Jim Krieg and first appeared in the episode "Beware My Power" of the series Green Lantern: The Animated Series.
- Razer's storyline seems to pick up from the finale of the canceled Green Lantern: The Animated Series. Young Justice co-creator Greg Weisman has stated that the Green Lantern animated series is "adjacent" to the canon of Young Justice, meaning they can draw elements from that show without the obligation to make both shows part of the same timeline.
- Razer was voiced by Jason Spisak.
- After Razer became a Red/Blue Lantern hybrid, Kilowog jokingly says that he should get Green Ring too, eventually getting "Rainbow Power."
- 2 Appearances of Razer (Earth-16)
- 3 Images featuring Razer (Earth-16)
- 2 Quotations by or about Razer (Earth-16)
- Character Gallery: Razer (Earth-16)
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