We will delve into the legacy of John Stewart as an African American superhero and the impact he has had on the superhero genre.
John Stewart was created by writer Denny O’Neil and artist Neal Adams and first appeared in “Green Lantern”
Stewart was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, and grew up in a rough neighborhood.
John Stewart became a Green Lantern when the Guardians of the Universe, the ancient beings who oversee the Green Lantern Corps.
John Stewart’s first mission as a Green Lantern was to protect Earth from an alien invasion.
As a member of the Green Lantern Corps, John Stewart has a wide range of powers and abilities at his disposal.
As a Green Lantern, Stewart’s primary weakness is the vulnerability of his power ring to the color yellow, which is associated with the emotion of fear.
John Stewart is known for being the first African American superhero to appear in DC Comics.