Me and my gf cant stop arguing about this help pls
Hal Jordan is essentially a child with a toy, his only willpower, from the New 52 from what I've read in the Justice League, comes from childish intuitions and a simple desire to get his own way.
Doom actually cares about what he does and thinks it through, and then never gives up, while never being illogical about it either.
Im going to have to go with Doom on this one, not once have i actually seen(read about him giving up on what he does, he is a hard man to break, in fact UNBREAKABLE.
and you got to remember Hal Jordan is a very peculiar green lantern, for unlike the concept of having strong will the ring did not choose Hal for his strong will. It chose him because he has the ability to overcome great fear and one of the best at over coming the odds. And because of that he opened up the doors for other green lantern with that ability or special qualities of their own to shine their green light bright.
If you were going to choose a green Lantern with the strongest willpower it would have to of been Sinestro, even though he is not a green lantern anymore he displayed the strongest will out of any green lantern and in the series it is noted he was one of (probabaly even THE) GREATEST Green Lantern EVER!
Thre was(is) no breakng his will, i find it more so than Dooms....but we are not talking sinestro..are we. :p lol
So yes Doom's will> Hal's
Cyclops! That man's will is waaaay beyond anyone else. Bendis f*cked him over and he still is doing what he wills.
Anyway, to answer the question. Doom. I think the persistence of villains in general give them more will than the majority of heroes.
I'm joining the bandwagon here: Doom.
Hal's main quality listed by his comrades and his ring isn't his will. It's his fearlessness. To the point that Flash has actually noted that Hal scares him because when the League is out numbered and out gunned, Hal just laughs under his breath.
Doom, on the other hand, is a man who LITERALLY tried to storm the gates of Heaven and Hell itself just to see his mother. When sent to Hell, he ESCAPED, THROUGH A HORDE OF DEMONS. Taskmaster notes that relatively middle to small timers like himself put on an act like they believe that the world revolves around them. Then he noted that Doom intimidates him because for Doom, IT'S NOT AN ACT. This is a man who, once he devotes himself to an idea, is utterly unstoppable.
There are superheroes who face down gods. Those who fight beings so powerful they eat worlds, and warp reality. Doom doesn't fight these beings. He doesn't wage war upon them, determined to drive them away even if it should cost him his last breath. He looks into their eyes, informs them he's their superior, not the other way around, and then proves it.
Perhaps I'm overselling Doom. It's entirely possible. Frankly, I'm not even a fan of Doom. I dislike his arrogance and his insistence on self delusion that everything wrong in his life is the fault of Richards. But I'll put it this way: The man didn't make his armor because he needed it protect himself.
He made a suit of super armor capable of resisting the Hulk because it was the only thing that could contain his massive...
... You get the idea.
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