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Injustice: Year One
Hal Jordan is a member of the Justice League and helps pursue The Joker when he kidnaps Lois Lane. He subdues him and Harley Quinn as they exit the submarine they stole. He watches in horror as Joker reveals the details of the nuclear device in Metropolis and its subsequent detonation.
Green Lantern and the Flash assist with evacuating survivors of the detonation later on. When Superman demands to know where the Joker is being held, Hal tells him but the Kryptonian flies away. Hal tries to restrain Superman with an energy construct, but Kal-El breaks out of it. He removes Hal's ring, but catches him before he hits the ground. On the ground, Hal tries to use a communicator to warn Batman, but Superman vaporizes it. When Hal asks Superman not to do something he will regret, he simply says "I already have."
Once Superman's parents are kidnapped, Hal and the rest of the League go after various members of the Rogues to find the whereabouts of Mirror Master. Hal is also present when Aquaman attacks a shipping vessel and the Kraken appears. He, along with Shazam, Wonder Woman and Superman, lift Atlantis from the bottom of the ocean and place it into the Sahara desert.
Hal is instrumental in fighting back countless Parademons from Apokolips, but is almost overcome by their forces and power. Superman, in one fell swoop, vaporizes the entirety of the Apokoliptian army, saving Earth.
Injustice: Year Two
At Ferris Aircraft, Hal is about to crash one of Ferris' planes that has suffered engine failure, but uses his Lantern Ring to pull it together at the last possible second. When Carol Ferris asks him why he's still wearing his ring, he says he needs to for the world and for the Lantern Corps. Superman later gets in touch with him and asks him to make an intervention in Congress before they shut down the United States Government. When Hal asks why, Superman replies that it is Hal's duty to protect the people of Earth, no matter what.
Inside, Hal locks all of the Congressmen inside the chamber, saying no one will leave until a resolution is passed. When the Speaker of the House protests this, Hal grows angry at him and the other political officials, saying it is clear to the rest of the world how transparently corrupt they are and that many of them serve their own interests. Several hours later, a resolution is passed and Hal and Barry leave. They are met by various police and military forces, in addition to Guy Gardner and Ganthet.
Injustice: Gods Among Us
When Superman made Earth under his One-Earth Regime, Sinestro decided to form an alliance with him since his One-Earth government is similar to his dictatorial rule over Korugar. Sinestro managed to convince Hal Jordan that fear is more effective than will power, thus making him give up the power of the Green Lantern and accepting the yellow ring of fear, joining the Sinestro Corps.
When the prime universe's Hal Jordan encounters Yellow Lantern in Gotham City, Green Lantern stated that Yellow Lantern has traded green for yellow, the color of cowardice. They have a fight with Green Lantern winning the battle.
When the parallel universe's Batman's Insurgency leads a rescue mission to save the prime universe's Batman at Stryker Island, Yellow Lantern, along with other members of Superman's Regime, try to fend off the Insurgency. He clashes with Green Lantern again and eventually fought the Insurgent Batman to prevent prime universe Batman's escape to a losing fight. Parallel universe Batman then told him that Superman is the enemy, not the Insurgency.
After Superman killed Shazam following his decision to back out from Superman's decision to destroy Metropolis and Gotham and the prime universe's cities, The Flash defects from the Regime. Yellow Lantern said to Flash that there is no "done" in the Regime and tried to prevent Flash from escaping. When Flash broke through Yellow Lantern's fear barrier, a fight ensues with Flash winning.
Eventually, the prime universe Superman shows up to save the parallel universe's Metropolis and Gotham City. Yellow Lantern, Sinestro, and Black Adam encounter him in Gotham. After defeating Black Adam, Superman forcibly removes Sinestro's ring and says that Yellow Lantern still has a chance to do the right thing. Having said that, Hal Jordan surrendered and took off his yellow ring.
- Qwardian Power Ring
- Green Lantern Ring (formerly)
- Hal Jordan was voiced by Adam Baldwin.
- This version of the character is exclusive to the continuity of the video game Injustice: Gods Among Us and is an adaptation of Hal Jordan. The original character was created by John Broome and Gil Kane and first appeared in Showcase #22.
- 92 Appearances of Hal Jordan (Injustice: The Regime)
- 16 Images featuring Hal Jordan (Injustice: The Regime)
- 4 Quotations by or about Hal Jordan (Injustice: The Regime)
- Character Gallery: Hal Jordan (Injustice: The Regime)
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