I just finished the Final Night story (and being a story I've never heard of it was pretty good). And I think perhaps the monologue by Hal at the end when he decides to sacrifice himself would be worth having under "Hal the Man", his feat of saving Earth is given to Parallax, but his mind was all Hal.
Got a question, in regards to the weaknesses of a power ring. Lately I have heard a lot about disrupting a ring by using magnetic or electrical fields.
Yet when I look into power rings, I find that they can create their own magnetic fields...and contain and store electrical energy which is thrown at them.
It seems to contradict what I am being told, and I figured I would ask for clarification here. Are there any instances of a ring being neutralized by electrical/magnetic fields? Are these instances circumstantial? Are they consistant or does attempts at neutralizing a ring in this way give varying results?
Help would be very much appreciated.
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It's variable in the sense sometimes it happens and sometimes it doesn't. But during the heyday of Dr. Polaris, yes, it worked and it worked on more than one occasion. Hal beat him anyway, as has Kyle.
Mxy twins remove gravity from earth and its literally breaking apart with no atmosphere. John Stewart and Alan hold earth together and provide a breathable environment for everyone on earth. Simply uber.