1) MOGO

Initially revealed as nothing more than a particularly clever fillip in a ‘Tales of The Green Lanterns’ short, Mogo became a key part of Geoff Johns revamping of the Green Lantern Corps in recent years.  His role: Quartermaster, in a manner of speaking, as Mogo became the mechanism by which every Lantern received their weapon.  In short, if you’re a Green Lantern?  The living planet literally gave you a ring…

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Thanks to Major Spoilers head honcho Stephen (@MajorSpoilers) for this week’s topic.  Feel free to follow along @MightyKingCobra for more Ten Things madness on Twitter or check out the full archive here! As with any set of like items, these aren’t meant to be hard and fast or absolutely complete, especially since “ring” has quite a few different meanings…

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  1. Honorable Mention: The Ringer.

    Years before Lady Beyonce implored the rest of the world, former NASA engineer turned criminal Anthony Davis decided to put a ring on it. Jealous of Kyle (Nightwing) Richmond, Davis created a suit of armor utilizing weaponized rings, and tried to rob Richmond but failed, losing several teeth in the process. After serving time, and having his teeth repaired, he was forcibly recruited by the Beetle who sent Davis after Spider-Man. He failed again and Spidey even re-broke his teeth.

    The Ringer was one of Scourge’s victims in the Bar With No Name, although he was secretly resurrected as a cyborg by AIM, and his wife later Leila took on the Ringer identity to seek revenge on Beetle on Spider-Man, as one of Spidey’s Lethal Foes.

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