Harold Jordan
JLW Green Lantern
Alias(es) Hal Jordan
Green Lantern


Appeared in Justice League: War
Justice League: Throne of Atlantis
Status Alive
Actor Justin Kirk
Nathan Fillion

Harold "Hal" Jordan is an Air Force pilot from Coast City. He is currently stationed at the Ferris Air Base. At some point, he was recruited to join the Green Lantern Corps and was assigned the space sector that included planet Earth. With a power ring, Jordan could create electromagnetic solid light constructs through concentration and through that became the superhero known as Green Lantern.


Justice League: WarEdit

Green Lantern witnessed a woman being abducted by a man in Gotham City. He came to her rescue and saved her from falling to her death. He confronted the kidnapper, revealing to be a Parademon alien. He almost got killed until Batman came to his rescue and saved him. The alien attacked them both, but they escaped from the police and chase the creature into the sewers, where it charged a Mother Box and exploded. Green Lantern and Batman examined the box, deducing that it was of extraterrestrial origin, and decided to ask Superman for an answer, they flew to Metropolis to find him.

They found Superman fighting another Parademon and he mistook Green Lantern and Batman as working for the aliens and attacked them. Green Lantern built a ball around him and Batman as Superman tried to punch the ball. The battle spread over a portion of the city; it finally stopped when Batman called Superman "Clark". Superman used his x-ray vision and recognized Batman as billionaire Bruce Wayne. Green Lantern asked who Bruce Wayne was, but neither answered. Batman said they thought the box was alien.

Justice League: Throne of AtlantisEdit

To be added

Powers and AbilitiesEdit


  • Flight
  • Construct Creation
  • Force Fields
  • Scanning
  • Energy Blasts
  • Energy Beam Emission



Appearances/Voice ActorsEdit

  • DC Animated Film Universe (2 films)

Behind the scenesEdit

  • Justin Kirk didn't reprise his role as Green Lantern due to scheduling conflicts for Throne of Atlantis and was replaced by Nathan Fillion.


To be added


Justice League: WarEdit

Justice League: Throne of AtlantisEdit