@Tom Pinchuk: While I'm glad a Punisher moment (especially from the Garth Ennis MAX run) got on the list I do have one problem with your statement of
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The Punisher is no superhero and that scene shows that its foolish to claim otherwise.
He's an anti-hero. It counts. Sort of.
Trying to claim he is a hero is by him being an antihero is one thing. Claiming he is a superhero is an injustice to both Frank Castle and superheroes.
The Punisher first appeared as a Spider-Man villain and while he didn't have super powers he has always been considered an antihero in a superhero universe. Excluding him would mean other unpowered characters like the Kingpin or Lex Luthor would have to be excluded as well.
@RazzaTazz: You mean the actual fight or the neck snap aftermath?
Kyle Rayner, the Green Lantern rookie for a time, was able to create a ring for Jade before. His ring had different properties since he was the only Lantern at the time. The fact that the ring had that power leads you to believe it is still there and not necessarily added when Ganthet gave Kyle the ring.
Kyle's ring was never capable of creating other rings. Hal's was. A time travelling Hal Jordan gave Kyle a duplicate of his ring. That ring could create new ones.
In other words, there could be a lot more the ring is capable of without the Green Lantern Corps having any knowledge of it.
With all the stuff that Sinestro (and Hal) have done can you blame the guardians for not telling the corps?
What does this mean? When Sinestro and Hal have to quietly make their way down to Korugar, Sinestro tells Hal to dim his light and turn the green to black. Being able to change their color is a crazy idea.
That means Sinestro knows what Kyle Rayner found out on the very first day as GL: How to alter your own costume.