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Salaak recovers between chapters nine and fourteen, where he reappears, helping a badly wounded Guy Gardner get to the Guardians spires. Salaak uses his ring to form a chair construct for Guy to rest in and silently listens as Guy reveals the recent events on Earth, including Superman's alliance with Sinestro.
 
Salaak recovers between chapters nine and fourteen, where he reappears, helping a badly wounded Guy Gardner get to the Guardians spires. Salaak uses his ring to form a chair construct for Guy to rest in and silently listens as Guy reveals the recent events on Earth, including Superman's alliance with Sinestro.
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Chapter sixteen reveals Salaak is among the large battalion of Green Lantern's leading Mogo to Earth to reclaim the planet from Superman and the Sinestro Corps. After realizing that their group was spotted by Sinestro Corps sentries and that Sinestro and Superman now know they're coming, Salaak tells Guy to warn their allies on Earth that they will be arriving sooner than planned.
   
 
==Role in Injustice==
 
==Role in Injustice==

Revision as of 18:39, August 3, 2014

Salaak
Salaak
Salaak as he appears in the comic

Real Name:

Salaak

Gender:

Male

Height:

7' 6"

Weight:

207 lbs (94 kg)

Eye:

White

Hair:

none

Debut:

Green Lantern Vol. 2 #149
(February 1989)

Salaak makes a cameo appearance in Injustice: Gods Among Usalong with other Green Lanterns. He appears alongside them during Hal Jordan's victory pose. He is the Green Lantern of Sector 1418.

Biography

A famous pessimist and loner, Salaak is a creature of protocol and laws. A veteran Green Lantern, he has served in many Corps campaigns over the years.

Injustice Comic

Pre-Comic

Salaak makes his first appearance in Year Two in a flashback in chapter seven, gathered among the many Green Lanterns sent to investigate Sinestro's recent actions on Korugar. He witnessed the fallen Lantern's disgrace and stripping of his ring.

Year Two

Salaak returns in chapter eight of the Year Two comic series, having arrived on Oa alongside thousands of other Green Lanterns. He aids in Hal Jordan's restraining during the human's attempt to escape Oa.

In chapter nine, Salaak is overseeing Hal Jordan's imprisonment on Oa. Hal pleads with Salaak that he can stop the imminent battle between Superman and the Green Lantern Corps, but Salaak makes it clear that he believes in the will of the Guardians and that there will be no battle as they have sent an entire squadron of their best Lanterns to bring in Superman.

Salaak is suddenly greeted by John Stewart and questions why he is there. Stewart claims that the Guardians have sent him to relieve him, though Salaak notes that he wasn't notified of this, though John counters by asking him if they always fill him in on their plans. Salaak doesn't reply and John asks how their prisoner is. Salaak looks at Jordan and starts to reply that he's been argumentative when his head is slammed into the cell door, knocking him unconscious.

Salaak's unconscious body is placed in the cell by John after he frees Hal.

Salaak recovers between chapters nine and fourteen, where he reappears, helping a badly wounded Guy Gardner get to the Guardians spires. Salaak uses his ring to form a chair construct for Guy to rest in and silently listens as Guy reveals the recent events on Earth, including Superman's alliance with Sinestro.

Chapter sixteen reveals Salaak is among the large battalion of Green Lantern's leading Mogo to Earth to reclaim the planet from Superman and the Sinestro Corps. After realizing that their group was spotted by Sinestro Corps sentries and that Sinestro and Superman now know they're coming, Salaak tells Guy to warn their allies on Earth that they will be arriving sooner than planned.

Role in Injustice

Salaak appears during Green Lantern's victory pose, with other Lanterns from the Corps.

Powers and Abilities

  • Green Lantern Ring Mastery
  • Power of Flight
  • Genius Level Intellect

Appearance

Salaak is a pink skinned, humanoid alien with four arms, crowned head and with a long beak emerging from his face acting as his mouth. He wears his own variation of the standard Green Lantern uniform and wears his ring on his right upper arm.

Gallery

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