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In Love and War
Hal, Kilowog, Razer, and Aya save a different type of Lantern Corps from an invading space monster. Grateful for their rescue, the Star Sapphire Corps, whose power comes from the Violet Energy of love, invite everyone to their homeworld Zamaron. It turns out, however, that the whole thing was a set-up to drain the Lanterns Power Rings by encasing them in crystals, now it's up to our four heroes, to stop Queen Aga'po, before it's too late.
Hal, Kilowog, Razer, and Aya are saved by a different type of Lantern Corps from an invading space monster. Grateful for their rescue, the Star Sapphire Corps, whose power comes from The Violet Energy of love, invite everyone to their homeworld Zamaron. It turns out, however, that the whole thing was a set up to drain the Lanterns’ power rings by encasing them in crystals. To fully capture Hal Jordan, Aga'po teleports Carol Ferris to Zamaron as a Star Sapphire. But when Carol arrives and sees Hal with a young female guide, Princess Ghia'ta, she misunderstands and fights Hal. Hal manages to convince her that he still loves her and explains the war with the Red Lanterns, then Carol explains true love to Ghia'ta before returning to Earth. The Lanterns escape thanks to Ghia'ta, and Razer discovers that Aya based her robot form on his departed love.
Voice Cast and Characters
- Josh Keaton as Hal Jordan
- Kevin Michael Richardson as Kilowog
- Grey DeLisle as Aya
- Jason Spisak as Razer
- Jennifer Hale as Carol Ferris
- The Dessembula
- Queen Aga'po
- "In Love and War" was The Ninth Episode of Green Lantern: The Animated Series.
- The Episode Aired on April 28, 2012.
- The "encasing in crystal" power of the Star Sapphires was first seen in the comic GL with the Post-Rebirth Series of Green Lantern.
- Unlike the comic book style Star Sapphires, these Star Sapphires have the ability to teleport the ones that they love to them. The teleportation is a gate portal type, linking great distances together, but limited to just the one person being summoned.
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