Man I responded to you and the quote code got mixed up with the spoiler code and it came out to be a jumbled mess
In short, I like your theory, but think that if Hal makes a comeback it will be to aid the Justice League in whatever major threat is coming in the next JL animated movie.
Gosh, I wish I was the right person to ask. I’m very interested in Green Lantern lore myself. I tried getting into it by following Grant Morrison’s recent run, and I didn’t understand half of it (they speak in riddles). Then I tried my hand at the run following that (Geoffrey Thorne) but also found it not very new reader friendly. What I should have done is check this out:
From what I gather:
- Green Lantern Rebirth
- Green Lantern 2005-2011
- Green Lantern 2011-2016
Is important stuffs, but I admit to having read very little of it all.
Yeah, I saw that but just thought I’d ask anyways. I’ll give those 3 a shot. I was planning on starting from 2005 but wasn’t too sure. I’ll probably just make a post later.
As @moro suggested, Geoff Johns and his run on Green Lantern is a great starting point for someone wanting to get into Green Lantern.
I say that not only as an ardent GL fan, but also as someone who counts Geoff Johns’ GL as his all-time favorite GL run. Its absolutely magnificent, and builds and builds into an ever-arcing crescendo of badassery as it continues.
Robert Venditti’s follow-up from where Johns left off in The New 52 is great as well. His GL run also encompasses the mightily magnificent Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps, which was my favorite GL book of Rebirth by a long shot.
If you’re wanting content that’s John Stewart-centric, give these a whirl: