Green Lantern is a Bolliger & Mabilard stand-up roller coaster located at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, New Jersey. The roller coaster normally opened in 1997 at Kentucky Kingdom as Chang. As it opened, it stole from Mantis at Cedar Point (now Rougarou) the records of being the tallest, longest, and fastest of its kind. Chang also boasted the world's tallest vertical loop. It held these world records for only one year, as at Six Flags Magic Mountain, The Riddler's Revenge opened.
As mentioned earlier, Green Lantern used to be Chang at Kentucky Kingdom. As it opened in 1997, it was awarded for its height, length, speed, drop, and loop. The color scheme of Chang was yellow. It was relocated to Six Flags Great Adventure following Kentucky Kingdom not being a Six Flags park anymore as they ditched it. As it was brought to Six Flags Great Adventure, the park removed Great American Scream Machine for taking up too much space.
Green Lantern is themed to the DC Comics character, Green Lantern. The track is painted green, with the exception of the yellow vertical loop. The second corkscrew was originally the track section which was going to be yellow, but it was decided to switch the scheme to the first loop. The loop is yellow because Green Lantern's enemy is the yellow Parallax.
Green Lantern currently operates with two steel-and-fiberglass trains. Each train has seven cars with four seats in a single row, for a total of 28 riders. Riders are secured by an over-the-shoulder harness. Although Green Lantern is a stand-up roller coaster, there is a small bicycle seat on which riders can lean.