|GREEN LANTERN FAN FICTION AND ART GALLERY
Possibly the greatest advantage to writers of GREEN LANTERN is the versatility of the GLC. Stories from every possible genre can be told with a Green Lantern. Romance, Mystery, Horror, Fantasy, Western, Religion, and, of course, Science Fiction. The character potential is, obviously, limitless, since anyone can be given a power ring.
Because of this unique ability, the Green Lantern concept has become fertile ground for fan fiction, stories written by "non-professionals", or fans. Virtually every GL fan has some sort of story idea floating around in their head, waiting to be written. You know who you are. :)
Now here's your chance to be heard! Wish you could have revamped Alan Scott your way? Want to redo "Emerald Twilight" the way you thought it should have turned out? Have an idea for the further adventures of Kyle Rayner? Write it! Or, you could create your own Green Lantern character! Heck, you could even make an existing character a Green Lantern! Can you imagine Space Ghost as a GL? Foghorn Leghorn?
Send me a story, and I'll place it here. Send me artwork, and I'll display it here. All material recieved will be posted, with one exception: Hard core erotica will not be allowed. Stories with excessive violence or sexuality will need appropriate disclaimers before I post them. Everyone will be responsible for their own copyright disclaimer.
"Emerald Redemption" by John M. Seavey (firstname.lastname@example.org).
It has travelled from world to world, wreaking havoc and destruction wherever it has gone. There have been no survivors, no refugees, no one who could possibly warn of its inexorable approach. Now, it is coming to Earth, bent on a final revenge on those who have confounded it at every turn...and only one man can stop it. But that man has been dead for two years now...
- "The Return" by Matthew Krevat (email@example.com)
Return of a legend. The story of a young man's battle with his past, and a hero's battle for his future. Still in Progress.
- "Jordans Unsatisfied" by Fritz Weidner (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Jim and Jack were used to having a brother who dropped from sight from time to time, but never for this long. Searching for their brother they learn of Hal's other identity as Green Lantern. A revelation that leads to new questions that someone doesn't want answered. The JLA won't talk to them, and the Government would rather they disappear, but Jim and Jack Jordan refuse to fade away! They want the truth, and god help anyone who gets in the way of "Jordans Unsatisfied". Still in Progress.
- "Emerald Dawn III" by Andrew Getting (email@example.com)
Even death cannot stop the possessor of true power. Hal Jordan survived, and the fact may cost the universe its very existence. At the urging of Ganthet, Kyle must gather Jordan's former friends, lovers, and enemies and force a final confrontation. To save the
universe, they must destroy the universe's former savior. Ultimately, only one can wield the power of Green Lantern's Light! Still in Progress.
- "Altered Dawn" by Seth J. Richards (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This is set in a slightly different DC universe than the one we know, so though the basic facts are the same, some things, like the name of the Green Lantern of Sector 2814 who replaces Abin Sur, are different. Comments would be appreciated by the author. Concluded.
- "Emerald Madness" by MF Jabbar (email@example.com)
What if Lex Luthor had a power ring? The self-narrated story of what a madman would do with the power of a Green Lantern. Revised.
- "The Return of a Hero" by Chris McIntyre (firstname.lastname@example.org)
It's about what else but the return of Hal Jordan to his rightful place as the Green Lantern of Earth.
- "Next in Line" by Jeffrey Marsick (JMarsick@comdt.uscg.mil)
It's a simple story. It's what would happen if I had the ring, moments before I had to go off on a mission with other heroes.
- "Blinded By the Light" by Arkhaine (email@example.com)
A brief look at one of thousands of possibilities offered by the what-if, could-have-been universe of Amalgam. What does one get by combining the Golden-Age Green Lantern with the fearless leader of the X-Men? A man on a mission, a brilliantly twisted geneticist, a surprise guest, and an even more surprising ending.
- "Shadow of the Lantern" by Arkhaine (firstname.lastname@example.org)
When Kyle Rayner dies a death as horrible as it is mystifying, a successor is needed to take up the power of the Lantern ring. Someone with iron willpower, lightning creativity, and above all, someone completely without fear. Green Lantern will never be the same. . .
Still in Progress
- "Rings and Lanterns" by Mitch Wells
Before the Justice League fought the Crime Syndicate, Power Ring takes a trip to Earth on his own, and meets its Green Lanterns. Updated 5/29/98.
- "Rebirths" by Alexander Lyman
Do heros really die? Do stories ever end? If we loose a friend, are they truly gone?
Don't assume anything. Still in Progress
- "Repentance" by Chris McIntyre (email@example.com)
- "Hell's Lantern" by Mike Kopenec (firstname.lastname@example.org)
What happens when you mix Spawn and Green Lantern? From the day the amalgam was created, there was a new bright light burning in hell. Still in Progress
- "Emerald Chaos" by Patrick Dunning (email@example.com)
Just a day in the life of Kyle Rayner Last of the GLs right? Well it is til an enemy he thought dead thrashes his apartment, and Jade. Now he has to save his own skin, the villain from himself, and the villain from the devil Neron, because Kyle in part created this villain!
- "Emerald Legacy" by Keith Leighton (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Green Lantern Kyle Rayner. Once there were three thousand six hundred
Green Lanterns, now there is only one. Kyle must face a foe that the
entire corps could not defeat. How will he stand up to the most
dangerous man in the universe? 5/29/98
- "A New Emerald Beginning" by Darrel (SkankNScud@aol.com)
Do you ever wonder what would have happened had Hal not gotten a power ring?
If the ring had chosen another? Another with powers of their own already? If
that other was CLARK KENT? 5/29/98
- "Emerald Gladiators" by John Hefner (RHagen6902@aol.com)
An Elseworld Tale about a familiar drifter joining a group of rebels in an apocalyptic future ruled by Parallax.. who is not all he seems. Ch. 10 Revised 8/17/98
- "Emerald Armageddon" by Wes Horn (email@example.com)
The Earth is on a collision course with a massive asteroid. Who's going
to save the planet? Superman, Green Lantern, or someone else...?
Still in Progress 8/17/98
- "Loose Ends" by William Brackeen (WmBrackeen@aol.com)
The Sun Eater has been destroyed. Hal Jordan is dead. Kyle Rayner is the last Green Lantern. Now the Controllers want to tie up the loose ends.
- "Finding the Way: A Lesson in Heroism" by Jay Menapace (XFiles9000@aol.com)
It takes more than the most powerful weapon in the universe to make a great hero. That's a lesson J'onn J'onnz is determined to teach Kyle Rayner, as he tells him a tale of the greatest Corps member of all, in the early days of the Justice League...
- "Earth Fall" by Joseph Kontor (firstname.lastname@example.org)
An alien attack destroys all of the governments on the Earth and most of
the JLA. Now Green Lantern Kyle Rayner must form a new JLA to combat the
Cyborg and his dark allies.
Still in Progress 8/17/98
- "Emerald Regenesis" by Kris Wilson (KAL359@prodigy.net)
We've seen what would happen if Hal Jordan became a being of immense power;
but what if Kyle Rayner came in possession of a great power? Would he
follow in Hal's foot steps?
- "Tales of a Marvel/DC Universe" by Richard A Gutierrez (GUTEANDVAL@prodigy.net)
In my story
Johnny Storm has become the Green Lantern of this sector. The Corps were formed to battle the world devourer, Galactus and his silvery
herald, Adam Strange the Silver Surfer. Hal Jordan is a test pilot and is going to hook up with Reed Richards on a that fateful rocket flight that
creates...the Doom Patrol? Kyle is...I guess that would be telling!
- "A Lantern By Any Other Name" by Patrick J. Sullivan (email@example.com)
A very different sort of Green Lantern
Story. In a world where Green Lantern is just a comic-book fantasy, a
hero can still shine as bright.
- "A Lantern's Tale" by Mark Alvin L. Poa (firstname.lastname@example.org)
A tale of a Green Lantern unlike
any before. Imagine you're in high school.. what would you do with a power ring?
"Flight of G'nort" courtesy of Matthew Krevat (email@example.com)
We all know the Beanie Baby craze has gotten way out of hand, but this is one that I think you'll agree is worthy.
- "Goldface" by Alan Cafferkey (OgreHombre@aol.com)
The gold-plated crimelord is back!
- "Alex DeWitt, Green Lantern" by Melissa Wilson (GGW4Prez@aol.com)
What if Kyle's girlfriend was given the ring..?
- "Heroes" by Kenneth Bingham (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Alan, Hal, and Kyle battle Sinestro... together!
- "Green Lantern: Remix" by Alan Cafferkey (OgreHombre@aol.com)
A redesign of Hal Jordan's classic costume.
- "Kyle Rayner" by Bill Galvan (email@example.com)
A great pic of the current Green Lantern, Kyle Rayner.
- "Lantern Flight" by Robert Hurt (RobertHurt@aol.com)
Green Lantern was always a fun character armed with power ring and the will to use it. Though Hal Jordan may be dead, he will always be the Green Lantern to me. The Art of Hurt.
- "Green Lantern Dreams" by Robert Hurt (RobertHurt@aol.com)
What good is doing image retouching if you can't occasionally visualize a silly fantasy or two? The Art of Hurt.
- "The Shark" by Alan Cafferkey (OgreHombre@aol.com)
Here's a drawing of one of GL's more fearsome villains... The Shark Who Stalks Human Prey!
- "Arisia" by Melissa Wilson (GGW4Prez@aol.com)
In memoriam, this art depicts Arisia at her finest.
- "G'nort" by Justin Jacob Best
Another great picture of fan favorite canine GL, G'nort!
- "The New Corps" by Sheherezade!
In the tradition of the Poglachian GLC, Guardians Moe, Larry, and Curly pick two new GLs to discredit the Corps.
- "Emerald Legacy" by Jay Menapace
The emerald legacy will never die. Here are the three greatest Green
Lanterns of Earth: the ageless Alan Scott, the originator of the legacy; Hal
Jordan, greatest champion of the Green Lantern Corps incarnation; and Kyle
Rayner, lone warrior and heir to the emerald legacy.
- "The New Arisia" by Ivan Valladares González
A voluptuous rendition of the adult Arisia, complete with a redesigned uniform.
- "Self Portrait of a Green Lantern" by Neil Southwell
A portrait from another freelance
artist who owns a power ring.
- "3D Green Lantern" by Jay Sboto
Green Lantern Kyle Rayner rendered in 3D with a 3D space
background. Created with Fractal Design Poser, Photoshop and 3D Studio Max.
- "Three Lanterns" by Adam Guerrero
My picture is of Alan,Hal,and Kyle as the Emerald Warriors through the
- "Kyle and Hal: Emerald Knights" by Carlos Salazar
Kyle Rayner and Hal Jordan, rebirth of the Green Lantern Corps.
- "Spice Lanterns" by Freddy Stanton
"Colors of the world, in the brightest day!
Every boy and every girl, in the blackest night!
No evil shall escape our zigazig ha!
Let those who worship evil's might, beware our girl power: Green
Lantern's Spice!"... composed by Sheryl.
- "Hero And Legend" by Carlos Salazar
Ganthet beckons you to join Kyle and Hal as the restore the legacy of the Green Lantern.
- "The Newest Green Lantern: Cartman" by Matthew Burns
When the new GL Jenny needed help, who did she turn too, why
Eric Cartman. "Oh my God! They killed Hal!" "Those b@$t@rd$!"
- "Hal Jordan" by Alex Meggitt
A picture of the Emerald Knight known
- "Green Lantern: TAS -- Character designs" by Neil Southwell
While we wait for GL's big debut of the Superman Animated Series, Neil
Southwell gives us his vision of the animated Emerald Gladiator, Hal
- "GL:TAS -- Single-Celled Space Flight" by Neil Southwell
Neil Southwell provides an "animation cel" from Green Lantern: The
Animated Series -- if only the show existed.
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