Justice League member Flash thinks his fellow superhero Green Lantern does not have what it takes to be in the team. Although, the speedster hero believes that Green Lantern has a unique personality, which is quite not common among the rest of the squad.
Barry Allen thinks that Hal Jordan never worried about fitting in, which is a common dilemma of superheroes such as himself. Justice League is comprised of the strongest and bravest heroes of the Earth since their debut in The Brave and the Bold #28. The original team remains to be the classic set which includes Superman, Batman, The Flash, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Martian Manhunter, and Green Lantern.
Why The Flash Thinks Green Lantern Is Not An Outsider
In the DC Comics issue Blackest Night #4 by Geoff Johns, Ivan Reis, Oclair Albert, Joe Prado, Alex Sinclair, and Nick J. Napolitano, Mera explains why she is not ready to join the team due to the fact that she is an “outsider”. The Flash quickly pointed out that all the members are indeed outsiders. Barry says the only one not worried about fitting in is Green Lantern. He believes that Hal lets “the rest of the world fit around him” and not the other way around.
Still, it is a positive remark from a fellow Justice League member despite it sounding a bit sarcastic. Hal Jordan has had many disagreements with other team members, in which he usually comes off as arrogant and narcissistic. Different versions of Green Lanterns actually did fit in more with the squad than Hal.
Despite this criticism towards Hal Jordan, he remains an important member and significant force within the Justice League squad. With this assumption of not fitting the mold of an outsider, it seems that opens the question as to where Green Lantern truly belongs.