This article says that John wouldn't be able to locate Kalanor through his ring without directions. I don't think that John was tracking Kalanor or Katma, I think that he was tracking her through her power ring. Before he goes into her house, he raises his ring, which pulsates as though its target is in there, but all he finds is her ring. Power rings do have homing devices in the comics, so there's no reason to assume that they don't have one here. -- SFH 17:26, 31 October 2008 (UTC)
I removed the Inconsistency note about Kilowogs powerless ring still using power because, in the comics, rings always have a little bit of power left, even when completely out of power. I know, it bothers me, too, but the comics always have rings able to perform certain tasks, like retrivieving a hidden lantern, regardless of their power level. They can't fly, or project energy, or do any of the nifty things that seem to have Vixen so excited, but I've never seen a ring actually lose power completely, no matter what their users say, since they can always retrieve their lantern from the hidden pocket dimension, or make it visible for the oath, or do whatever it is that they're doing. Though I've yet to see an actual explicit explanation (Hey, even I haven't read every Green Lantern comic ever), it appears to actually be "My power is so low that I'm unable to perform any difficult tasks," rather than actually being empty (I think we all have those cell-phones that keep beeping that "low battery" beep even after the display says the power is completely dead). JBK405 02:02, 5 May 2009 (UTC)
The inconsistencies section reads:
- Although Katma Tui told John Stewart that the Green Lantern's ring is indestructible, in "Starcrossed", Hro Talak managed to cut John's ring into two pieces, separating the actual ring from the seal with his axe.
I contest this because:
- Katma's line was "Power Rings don't break." I'm pretty sure she meant "break" as in "malfunction", or "break down".
- During the "Starcrossed Part III" DVD commentary, showrunners specifically say that it was never established in the DCAU that the rings are unbreakable.
- In "In Brightest Day...", the Guardians tell Superman that Sinestro gains power "with every ring he destroys".