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The '''Manhunters''' are robotic enemies of the [[Green Lantern Corps]].
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The Manhunters are robotic enemies of the Green Lantern Corps.
 
   
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==
The Manhunters were the first attempt of the Guardians of the Universe to create an interstellar police force that would combat evil all over the galaxy. For thousands of years, they served the Guardians well. However, the Manhunters became obsessed with the act of hunting criminals. Their code, "No Man Escapes The Manhunters", became more important to them than seeing justice done. They were eventually reprogrammed by the rogue Guardian Krona, and the Manhunters wiped out all life in Sector 666, leading to their decommission, though the Manhunters would return to continue their mission of bringing order to the universe by wiping out all life.
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The Manhunters were the first attempt of the Guardians of the Universe to create an interstellar police force that would combat evil all over the galaxy. For thousands of years, they served the Guardians well. However, the Manhunters became obsessed with the act of hunting criminals. Their code, "No Man Escapes The Manhunters", became more important to them than seeing justice done. They were eventually reprogrammed by the rogue Guardian Krona, and the Manhunters wiped out all life in Sector 666, leading to their decommission, though the Manhunters would return to continue their mission of bringing order to the universe by wiping out all life.
   
 
==Injustice Comic==
 
==Injustice Comic==
 
In a flashback in chapter seven of Year Two, Sinestro is attacked by a Manhunter, though he easily dispatches it before bringing its body before the Guardians of the Universe.
 
In a flashback in chapter seven of Year Two, Sinestro is attacked by a Manhunter, though he easily dispatches it before bringing its body before the Guardians of the Universe.
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==Powers and Abilities==
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*Superhuman strength, durability and speed
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*Unlimited Endurance
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*Power of flight
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*Blasters in hands
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*Able to absorb Green Lantern energy into Power Battery stored in head
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==Appearance==
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All Manhunters have red colored bodies with blue sections covering their faces, arms, legs and waist.
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[[Category:Justice League Villains]]
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Latest revision as of 06:49, December 31, 2017

The Manhunters are robotic enemies of the Green Lantern Corps.

BiographyEdit

The Manhunters were the first attempt of the Guardians of the Universe to create an interstellar police force that would combat evil all over the galaxy. For thousands of years, they served the Guardians well. However, the Manhunters became obsessed with the act of hunting criminals. Their code, "No Man Escapes The Manhunters", became more important to them than seeing justice done. They were eventually reprogrammed by the rogue Guardian Krona, and the Manhunters wiped out all life in Sector 666, leading to their decommission, though the Manhunters would return to continue their mission of bringing order to the universe by wiping out all life.

Injustice ComicEdit

In a flashback in chapter seven of Year Two, Sinestro is attacked by a Manhunter, though he easily dispatches it before bringing its body before the Guardians of the Universe.

Powers and AbilitiesEdit

  • Superhuman strength, durability and speed
  • Unlimited Endurance
  • Power of flight
  • Blasters in hands
  • Able to absorb Green Lantern energy into Power Battery stored in head

AppearanceEdit

All Manhunters have red colored bodies with blue sections covering their faces, arms, legs and waist.

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