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John Stewart
Green Lantern Justice League
Alias(es) Green Lantern
Appeared in Justice League: Secret Origins
Justice League: The Savage Time
Justice League: Starcrossed
Justice League Unlimited: The Once and Future Thing
Justice League Unlimited: CADMUS Crisis
Justice League Unlimited: Destroyer
Justice League Unlimited: CADMUS Crisis
Justice League vs. The Fatal Five
Status Alive
Actor Phil LaMarr

John Stewart is a member of the Green Lantern Corps from the planet Earth. He is Green Lantern of sector 2814 after Abin Sur's demise.


Justice League: Secret Origins[]

As Sector 2814 was already under the protection of Green Lantern Abin Sur, John was eventually reassigned to another space sector. It was only several years later - following Abin Sur's demise at the hands of Sinestro - that John would return to his home sector. Abin Sur's designated successor, Kyle Rayner, would himself require training before being assigned a sector of his own. John Stewart was therefore; sent to stand guard over Sector 2814, while Kyle Rayner was sent to Katma Tui for training.

Not long after John's homecoming, he would answer the fateful summons to join six other heroes in opposing the Imperium invasion. In the aftermath of that crisis, John readily agreed to Superman's suggestion that the seven heroes band together as the Justice League.

Justice League: The Savage Time[]

Along with Superman, Martian Manhunter, Hawkgirl, Wonder Woman, and Flash, he traveled back in time to World War II, after time had been altered by Vandal Savage. After his ring runs out of power, John has to rely on his military experience and work with Easy Company in order to stop Savage.

Justice League: Starcrossed[]

John continued to serve with distinction in the Justice League, forming a strong bond with his comrades. In particular, John grew closer to Hawkgirl; although the two clashed at first, their shared military/police backgrounds provided common ground, and in time the two became romantically involved.

This romantic attachment would be shattered by the Thanagarian invasion. Hawkgirl's apparent treachery, and apparent engagement to Thanagarian Commander Hro Talak, all but broke John's heart. Despite this, John remained with the Justice League.

JLU: The Once and Future Thing[]

Things didn't get any easier when Shayera returned to the Justice League. When the time traveler Chronos came back in time to steal Batman's utility belt, John, Wonder Woman and Batman chased him back to the Old West where they assisted him and a group of cowboys against Tobias Manning. Chronos managed to get away again but this time back to his own time where he warped it, resulting in the devastation of the Justice League of that time. The trio chased him again where they met up with the last members of the Justice League: Batman II, Static and Warhawk.

While there, John discovered his unsettling future: he would become the father of Warhawk, and the mother would be none other than Shayera Hol. After stopping Chronos and restoring the timeline back to normal, with Wonder Woman vanishing during the mission due to the tampering, Batman and John returned to their time, the only ones bearing the knowledge of what had happened.

Justice League Unlimited: CADMUS Crisis[]

When Lex Luthor and Brainiac merged together, John and the founding members were faced with their Justice Lords counterparts. John’s drone taunts him about his heartbreak saying, “We loved the traitor. Loved and lost her forever.”John’s drone was eventually destroyed after Shayera returned the favor for destroying hers.

Justice League Unlimited: Destroyer[]

During Darkseid's final invasion of Earth, Green Lantern was among the heroes who stood against him. He fought in Paris with Flash and Giganta.



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