There's also one Superman per Earth. It's not a better way to put it, because that part is irrelevant.I've already explained why that isn't really the case here. One Flash per Earth, perhaps. That's a better way to put it.
No you really haven't.I wasn't following at that time and must respectfully disagree that it was diluted. I've already explained why I don't agree.
Other GL's exist, but they're almost supporting characters to Hal, with the exception of John Stewart in Justice League. Hal has his own show. Hal starred in the movie. That alone puts him on top of the others.He is the main character in a book or two. There are, as I mentioned, other Earth Lanterns who have appeared in comics and on TV. Hal isn't the best analogy. Please note that I'm referring to the presence of four Green Lanterns from one planet. Otherwise, the policy in the GL Corps is "one Lantern per planet."
Yes, Wally will probably be on a different Earth if he's ever seen. This goes back to how you do't understand what a universe is.I've explained before why this doesn't really ring true...especially given that the Green Lantern getting the most publicity these days is Alan Scott, who's a Green Lantern on a different Earth. And Wally doesn't HAVE to be a Flash on the same Earth as Barry. Or even use the Flash code name if he is on Earth-Prime.