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|Real name:||John Stewart|
|Portrayed by:||Kevin Michael Richardson (Voice)|
|Equipment:|| Green Lantern Power Ring|
Green Lantern Power Battery
John Stewart is a Green Lantern like Hal Jordan and member of the Justice League. John Stewart was in the U.S. Marine Corps before becoming a Green Lantern. He later became an architect.
Following Robin, Aqualad, Kid Flash and Superboy's battle with Blockbuster, John Stewart arrived at the destroyed Cadmus facility carrying Batman, Green Arrow, Black Canary, and Aquaman. He later carried the unconscious Blockbuster away from the scene along with fellow Green Lantern, Hal Jordan. In the aftermath of Red Inferno and Red Torpedo's attack on the Cave, and Red Tornado's apparent betrayal, John helped restoring the Cave's systems. After mutated plant creatures sprouted up all over the world, John analyzed a sample for Batman, finding traces of Kobra Venom within the plants. John later helped fight the plants in Metropolis. Both Green Lanterns attended a Justice League mission concerning admission of new members. Both of them were adamant that Guy Gardner should not even be considered for membership.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
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John Stewart is an African American male with a slender posture and short black hair. Unlike Hal Jordan, he does not wear a mask to conceal his identity. His costume is mostly black, except for green parts on his wrists and on his shoulders and upper chest. He also wears the Green Lantern Corps symbol on his chest.
- "Fireworks: Part 2" (No Lines)
- "Alpha Male" (No Lines)
- "Revelation" (No Lines)
- "Failsafe" (Illusion)
- John Stewart was designed by Character Designer Jerome Moore. Moore also redesigned the Green Lantern logo, to give the character more individuality, but was told by legal guardians at DC Comics that the iconic Green Lantern symbol could not be altered. The final design uses the iconic symbol.
- Young Justice marks John Stewart's 3rd Animated Appearance.