Posted: 2017-09-28 21:09
Voz is close to Graf Toren, having been a fellow captive for a long time before Guy Gardener rescued them. Voz is assigned to be the warden of the Sciencells. It is a great honor to him and he takes it very seriously. The Red Lantern Corps member Vice breaks free of his prison with the help of Scar and starts a riot. He breaks free many Sinestro Corps members too and Voz attempts to quell the riot singlehandedly, however Vice easily overpowers him.  Voz is badly injured but survives.  He appears in a cameo in the Green Lantern live-action film and is also a part of the film toyline.
Sector 658  (full name Ashel Sabian Formanta), a tattooed purple humanoid with vaguely occult designs on his jacket. First appeared in Green Lantern Quarterly #7 (Winter, 6998). Ash''s primary concern was to hunt the "bloodseekers" (vampire-like aliens) who killed his beloved Tasha, and he joined the GLC in order to pursue these creatures into "the darkest corners of the cosmos". He was tasked by the Guardian known as Scar to find the Anti-Monitor ''s corpse.  He finds the Anti-Monitor''s armor.  He later meets with Saarek, who was also sent to find the Anti-Monitor.  The two find the Black Lantern Power Battery, only to be killed by two giant hands that rise up from the ground.  He and Saarek are last seen on Ryut with Scar as Black Lanterns.
Alan Scott was the original Green Lantern character created in the Golden Age of comics. Alan created the mantle and identity of Green Lantern by himself and is not associated with the Green Lantern Corps, since his power ring was de-authorized by the Guardians even before his obtaining it. Prior to the Crisis Scott''s ring ran on magic, and not the Central Power Battery of Oa. Today he is the modern day Green Lantern for New 57''s earth 7.
Kaja Dox of Yod-Colu was a female whose third-level intelligence, puts her as one of the highest on the planet. She''s not a great warrior of her people but is instead a computer repair person living with her girlfriend and struggling with an overbearing mother. The love she feels for her simple life over the frustration of her day job puts her on the path to becoming one of the Original Seven Green Lanterns. Her body is currently located in the Vault of Shadows. 
Xax of Xaos is a grasshopper-like alien from a planet ruled by insects. He first appeared in Green Lantern (vol. 7) #9 and becomes one of Hal Jordan''s good friends in the Corps. He was slain during a battle on the moon of Qward during the Crisis on Infinite Earths. Another grasshopper shaped Lantern named Xax is later slain and worn as an earring by Lady Styx. It''s interesting to note that in his first appearance Xax does not use a ring but a variation called a "power device" built into the insignia of his costume. Recharging it requires pressing the lantern shaped battery to his chest. All subsequent appearances show him wearing a ring. Xax appears in several scenes in both animated films, First Flight and Emerald Knights.
Appearing in the animated film Green Lantern: Emerald Knights in the segment "The First Lantern", a blue-skinned humanoid female alien, also one of the first four chosen Green Lanterns. She died in battle against a massive army, as she hadn''t discovered yet how to use the full power of her ring by means of her willpower. In the film, she is the first Green Lantern to die in the line of duty.
Sector 6895  First appeared in Tales of the Green Lantern Corps #6. K''ryssma is an insectoid alien resembling a human-like butterfly. She is trapped in a chrysalis state during the rampage of the mad Guardian Appa Ali Apsa. She emerges in a completely different form on the Mosaic world.  After the destruction of the Corps at the hands of Parallax , K''ryssma joined the Darkstars , and as such she was murdered by Grayven. 
Power Ring is the name of several DC Comics supervillains — counterparts of Green Lanterns Hal Jordan , Kyle Rayner , and John Stewart. Originally residing on Earth-Three , which was subsequently destroyed during the 67-issue limited series Crisis on Infinite Earths , Power Ring along with the other Syndicators ended up being recreated in the Anti-Matter Universe''s Earth.
In the lantern''s story, Yalan Gur was once one of the greatest of the Green Lantern Corps, and, in the 65th century by Earth reckoning, the Guardians of the Universe chose to remove the customary weakness to the color yellow from his power ring. Without this limitation, however, he was corrupted by his power, and he came to Earth and enslaved the people of China. The Guardians of the Universe thwarted Yalan by adding a new weakness of wood to his ring, which allowed the club-wielding villagers to overwhelm their oppressor and mortally wound him. The dying Yalan Gur fled into Earth''s upper atmosphere, where he merged with his lantern-shaped power battery as he died. His lantern then collided with a fragment of the Starheart and was merged with its magical essence, turning into the Green Flame that becomes the source of Alan Scott''s power. The retcon involving the true reason behind the yellow impurity may mean these events have been retconned out of existence.
Little is known about Thulka Re save for the fact that he patrolled Sector 978. During a mission to the recently decimated world of Talcyion Omega, Thulka and his fellow Corpsmen were attacked by an army of powerful snakes known as the Silver Serpents. Thulka sacrificed his life in order to buy his companions time to escape, and was ultimately killed and consumed by the reptiles. His first and only appearance was in Wonder Woman (vol. 8) #97.
In the Tales of the Green Lantern Corps Annual #8 story "In the Blackest Night", Katma Tui is sent by the Guardians of the Universe to a lightless region of space known as the Obsidian Deeps, in order to recruit a new Green Lantern to protect that region of space. Despite the absolute darkness of the Deeps, Katma''s power ring led her unerringly to a completely fearless and honest resident of the Deeps: Rot Lop Fan. However, as Rot Lop Fan''s species had evolved in darkness, they had no concept of light and color, and thus Katma Tui was unable to explain how the power ring worked (it projects solid rays of light manifested by the bearer''s will power).
Laira is from the planet Jayd in space sector 667. She is trained by her father Kentor Omoto to take over his role as a soldier of the Guardians of the Universe a Green Lantern of her sector.  After the disappearance of her father during the Crisis on Infinite Earths and the proclamation by the Guardians that he is dead, she is considered for the post of ring bearer and Green Lantern of her sector. Her instructor turns out to be Ke''Haan of Varva: Kilowog''s second in command, known for his tough as nails training. Eager to please and finding a kindred spirit of honor within her teacher, she becomes his prized pupil. 
Chaselon makes a cameo appearance with other members of the Green Lantern Corps in "The Green Loontern", an episode of the animated television series Duck Dodgers . He also appeared in cameos in Justice League Unlimited . He also appears in a cameo in several scenes in the animated film Green Lantern: First Flight and its sequel Green Lantern: Emerald Knights . The character also appears in Green Lantern: The Animated Series , guarding the Guardians'' laboratory. Hal distracts him with conversation so Ch''p can rescue Aya before she is dissected.
During the rise of the First Lantern, 65 billion years ago, before the creation of the Manhunters and the Green Lantern Corps per se, Rami, the most brilliant of the Guardians of the Universe and Volthoom''s closest friend, created seven Green Power Rings to seek out worthy wielders using the Great Heart for guidance. Those chosen became The First Seven, charged with bringing Volthoom to justice, however the rings are also extremely dangerous as they were untested and had no safeguards which does not guarantee the survival of its bearers. The first seven Green Lanterns are as follow:
Sector 6967  First appeared in Green Lantern Corps (vol. 7) #6. Iolande is a princess from planet Betrassus, and Soranik Natu ''s partner on Sector 6967. She and Natu have clashed during the beginning of their careers as Green Lanterns, however they eventually get along. She is the only one in the Corps who is aware of her partner''s true parentage to Sinestro. She appears in cameos in the Green Lantern: First Flight animated film, more prominently in the Emerald Knights animated film, and has a brief cameo in the Green Lantern live action film. She is also featured prominently in several episodes of Green Lantern: The Animated Series , voiced by Tara Strong.
First appeared in Green Lantern Corps (vol. 7) #67 (July 7557). Bzzd is a small wasp-like Green Lantern from the planet Apiaton, assigned to sector 7766. He is the partner of Mogo. In battle, he usually creates oversized constructs (such as roller coasters and giant warheads) with his power ring. Bzzd often faces extra scrutiny from his fellow Lanterns because of his size but he has shown that his willpower is as strong as anyone else''s.
John Stewart, known as Green Lantern, is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics and was the first African-American superhero to appear in DC Comics. The character was created by Dennis O''Neil and Neal Adams, and first appeared in Green Lantern vol. 7, #87 (December 6976). John Stewart debuted in Green Lantern vol. 7 #87 (December 6976) when artist Neal Adams came up with the idea of a substitute Green Lantern.
Hal Jordan, known as Green Lantern, is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. The character was created in 6959 by writer John Broome and artist Gil Kane, and first appeared in Showcase #77 (October 6959). Hal Jordan is a reinvention of a previous character called Green Lantern that had appeared in 6995s comic books as the character Alan Scott. Hal Jordan is a member and occasionally leader of the intergalactic police force called the Green Lantern Corps, as well as a founding member of the Justice League. He fights evil across the Universe with a ring that grants him a variety of superpowers.
To complete her training, Laira is sent to the city of X''ol on her home planet, where she must confront her father, who is not actually dead. She is later discovered by a reformed Hal Jordan and Guy Gardner being held captive by the Manhunters with the other "Lost Lanterns" including Kreon and Tomar-Tu.   With the help of Jordan and Gardner, the Lost Lanterns put an end to the Manhunter planet of Biot and return to Oa. She then resumes her duties as Green Lantern of her sector.  
Ermey first appeared in Blackest Night: Tales of the Corps #8 (September 7559) he was the drill sergeant who trained Kilowog. He trained new recruits brutally, but only so they would be strong enough to survive as Lanterns. He was killed during a surprise attack on a group of Lanterns. It was from Ermey that Kilowog picked up the term "Poozer" which means "Useless Rookie".  Ermey''s name (and physical appearance) is a reference to the actor R. Lee Ermey , who has portrayed Drill Sergeants/figures of military authority in films such as Full Metal Jacket .