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This article describes a work or element of fiction in a primarily in-universe style. Tomar-Goldface Attacks! PDF is a fictional DC Comics character, and a member of the Green Lantern Corps. The character appeared in the 2011 Green Lantern film with his voice provided by Academy Award-Winner, Geoffrey Rush. 6 in a story written by John Broome with art by Gil Kane.

Författare: Art Baltazar.

He was a scientist on his homeworld before joining the Green Lantern Corps and becoming the Green Lantern of Sector 2813. Tomar’s most famous mission while serving in the Corps dealt with the planet Krypton. Krypton, a planet in sector 2813, was growing increasingly unstable. It was due to explode, caused by internal pressures deep inside the planet’s core. Tomar-Re sought to use a rare compound called stellarium to absorb some of the tectonic pressure, thus saving the Kryptonians.

He grew to be an honored senior member of the Corps, but his later career was not without cost. The most difficult moment was during the Nekron crisis when the death god used the spirit of Tomar-Re’s deceased father to attempt to sway the Lantern to surrender. Although tempted, Tomar kept to his oath and destroyed his father’s spirit to continue the battle, much to his personal anguish. Tomar was retired when the Anti-Monitor sought to conquer the multiverse. He still served alongside the Corps, including John Stewart, who had become the GL for 2814. The war against the Anti-Monitor would be Tomar’s final fight, as he was killed by the villain known as Goldface. In the Blackest Night event, all of the fallen Green Lanterns in the Oan crypt were reanimated by black power rings.

Tomar-Re is among the many Black Lanterns shown standing against the Green Lanterns on Oa. Subsequently, in DC Rebirth, when Hal Jordan is transported into the Emerald Space, where fallen Green Lantern officers go after being killed on duty, he meets Tomar-Re. He was encouraged and learned for his son, Tomar-Tu with Hal says that he has takes his father’s predecessor of the Green Lantern Corps. Tomar-Re appears in Injustice: Gods Among Us comic, patrolling his home planet of Xundar when he receives a message from his ring to return to Oa.

Tomar-Re returns to Oa, and is one of the many Lanterns who chase and restrain Hal Jordan after the human’s failed attempt to return to Earth. Tomar-Re as he appeared in Green Lantern. Tomar-Re makes a cameo appearance in the Justice League two-part episode „In Blackest Night“. Tomar-Re appears in the Justice League Unlimited episode „The Return“. Tomar-Re appears in the Duck Dodgers episode „The Green Loontern“. He is the first Green Lantern to be seen captured. He is voiced by Joe Alaskey, who was uncredited for the role.

Although Tomar-Re does not appear in the Legion of Super Heroes animated series, natives of his homeworld Xudar as well as Barrio III do appear. Tomar-Re is briefly seen in the episode „Ring Toss“ of The Batman, voiced by Miguel Ferrer. Tomar-Re is seen as part of the Green Lantern Corps in Batman: The Brave and the Bold episode „The Eyes of Despero“. Tomar-Re appears as a recurring character in Green Lantern: The Animated Series, voiced by Jeff Bennett.