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 The Earth-One Index

 Green Lantern

NOTE: Data portions for issues from SHOWCASE #22 thru GREEN LANTERN #112 are adapted from an index by Murray Ward.

Showcase No. 22
September-October 1959
Cover: Green Lantern using Power Ring on yellow missile //Gil Kane (signed) / Joe Giella
Story: “SOS Green Lantern” (6 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (of Earth-One; Harold “Hal” Jordan; first appearance and origin; last chronological appearance in flashback in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #144; see Comment below; next chronological appearance in flashback in GREEN LANTERN #10 (2))
Supporting Character: Abin Sur (Green Lantern of Ungara; first appearance; last chronological appearance in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS ANNUAL #2; dies in this story; next appears, as a ghost, in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #3)
Comment: Hal Jordan’s chronologically earlier appearances are as follows:
NEW ADVENTURES OF SUPERBOY #13: A teenage Hal Jordan meets Clark Kent (Superboy).
JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #144: A few months before becoming Green Lantern, Hal Jordan aids the heroes of Earth against Commander Blanx and his Martians.
Shortly after this story, Green Lantern undergoes the adventures as shown in GREEN LANTERN #10 (2) that inspire him to form his oath.
Synopsis: A dying alien from the planet Ungara bequeaths to test pilot Hal Jordan his Power Ring and green Power Battery, and gives him the responsibility of being the Green Lantern of space-sector 2814.

Story: ASecret of the Flaming Spear@ (9 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last chronological appearance in GREEN LANTERN #10 (2) (flashback))
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris (first appearance; last chronological appearance in GREEN LANTERN #10 (2) flashback), Carl Willard Ferris (first appearance; last chronological appearance in flashback in GREEN LANTERN #140;  next appears in GREEN LANTERN #21)
Intro: Frank Nichols (only appearance)
Villains: A gang of saboteurs (first and only appearance)
Comment: Green Lantern speaks his ring-charging oath for the first time in this story.
Synopsis: A group of enemy spies tries to destroy an experimental plane, and Green Lantern swings into action to stop them.

Story: “Menace of the Runaway Missle” (10 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Character: Carol Ferris
Villain: Dr. Parris (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: A yellow-colored missle is aimed at Coast City, and Green Lantern must find a way of stopping it.

Showcase No. 23
November-December 1959
Cover: Green Lantern vs. Invisible Destroyer //Gil Kane / Joe Giella
Story: “Summons From Space” (13 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Joe Letterese
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Character: Carol Ferris
Intro: Lois Fuller, Brenda Brown, Susie Taft, Venusians (only appearance for all)
Villains: Venusian pterodactyls (first and only appearance)
Comment: Green Lantern’s space-sector (2814) is first revealed in this story, and he receives his first summons from the Guardians (who remain unrevealed until GREEN LANTERN #1) through the Power Battery in this story.
Synopsis: Green Lantern is summoned by a voice from his Power Battery to Venus, where he must save the inhabitants from a band of yellow pterodactyls.
 
Story: “The Invisible Destroyer” (12 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next chronological appearance in flashback in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #9 / 97)
Supporting Character: Carol Ferris
Intro: Dr. Phillips (only appearance)
Villain: The Invisible Destroyer (first appearance; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #41)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps six other heroes fight aliens from Appelax and form the Justice League of America, as shown in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #9 and 97.
Synopsis: Green Lantern encounters the Invisible Destroyer, a foe who appears as a bodiless uniform and who can defy his Power Ring’s beam.

Showcase No. 24
January-February 1960
Cover: Green Lantern vs. cosmic-ray creature //Gil Kane / Joe Giella
Story: “The Secret of the Black Museum” (13 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last chronological appearance in flashback in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #9 / 97)
Supporting Character: Carol Ferris
Villains: Moster and other spies (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: When top-secret plane plans are lifted from Hal Jordan’s pocket, Green Lantern traces a spy ring down to a museum.

Story: “The Creature That Couldn’t Die” (12 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #28)
Supporting Character: Carol Ferris (next appears in GREEN LANTERN #1)
Villain: A cosmic-ray creature (first appearance; dies in this story)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight Starro in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #28, the Weapons Master in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #29, and Professor Ivo and Amazo in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #30.
Synopsis: Green Lantern faces a monster made of cosmic rays, against which even his ring seems useless.

Green Lantern No. 1
July-August 1960
Cover: Green Lantern vs. giant puppet //Gil Kane / Joe Giella
Story: “The Planet of Doomed Men” (15 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #30)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (first appearance; last chronological appearance undetermined; next appear in issue #7)
Intro: Calorians (only appearance)
Cameo appearance: Abin Sur (in flashback)
Villain: The Dryg (first and only appearance)
Comment: Gorilla Grodd, enemy of the Flash, and his race of super-gorillas are revealed to be Calorians in DC SUPER-STARS #14.
 The Guardians assert that Green Lantern’s origin happened a year ago as of this story, but this may be a chronicler’s error.
 Issue #199 reveals that there are 36 Guardians just before the Crisis on Infinite Earths.  But, since several die between this story and the Crisis, there may have been as many as 40 Guardians.
Synopsis: Hal Jordan’s energy-duplicate is summoned before his masters, the Guardians of the Universe, for the first time.  Later, he learns he must save the people of the planet Calor from a giant gorilla-like monster called the Dryg.

Story: “Menace of the Giant Puppet” (10 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Character: Carol Ferris (last appearance in SHOWCASE #24)
Villains: The Puppet-Master (Jordan Weir; first appearance; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #5; real name revealed in NEW TEEN TITANS (1st series) #9), Biffy (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: Green Lantern encounters the Puppet Master, whose mind-control device allows him to force any victim to do his bidding.

Green Lantern No. 2
September-October 1960
Cover: Green Lantern vs. a Destroyer //Gil Kane / Joe Giella
Story: “The Secret of the Golden Thunderbolts” (13 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Character: Carol Ferris
Intro: Telle-Teg (dies in this story)
Villains: Weaponers of Qward, Destroyers (first appearance for all), Kramen (first and only appearance)
Comment: This story introduces the anti-matter universe of Qward.
Synopsis: Green Lantern learns from an escapee from Qward about the existence of an anti-matter universe in which the guiding principle is evil, and whose inhabitants wish to invade the Earth-One universe.

Story: “Riddle of the Frozen Ghost Town” (12 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next chronological appearance in flashback in DC SUPER-STARS #14)
Supporting Characters: Thomas “Pieface” Kalmaku (first appearance), Carol Ferris (next chronological appearance for both in flashback in DC SUPER-STARS #14)
Intro: “Kal” Kalmaku (Thomas’s father; in flashback; dies in this story), Jim Dawes (in flashback; only appearance)
Villains: Duke Danfield and his gang (including Weeper; first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern battles Gorilla Grodd, as shown in flashback in DC SUPER-STARS #14, then helps the Justice League fight Despero in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #1.
Synopsis: When Hal Jordan finds out that his mechanic, Thomas “Pieface” Kalmaku, is quitting to return to his native Alaska, Green Lantern investigates and finds a gang of crooks in search of a gold mine.

Green Lantern No. 3
November-December 1960
Cover: Green Lantern in protective bubble, attacked by ray-tanks //Gil Kane / Joe Giella
Story: “The Amazing Theft of the Power Lamp” (13 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #1)
Supporting Characters: Thomas Kalmaku, Carol Ferris
Villains: Weaponers of Qward, Drik, Chomin (first and only appearance for last two)
Comment: In this story it is revealed that Green Lantern cannot charge his Power Ring in the anti-matter universe of Qward.
Synopsis: The Qwardians decoy Green Lantern away by a massive mirage of Ferris Aircraft Company, and steal his Power Battery while he is gone.

Story: “The Leap Year Menace” (12 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #2)
Supporting Character: Carol Ferris
Intro: Mrs. Cranston, Gen. Willis, Green Lantern Fan Club (only appearance for all)
Villain: A monster (first appearance; destroyed in this story)
Comments: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight Simon Magus and his cronies in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #2.
 This story takes place on February 29.
Synopsis: Leap Year rolls around, and Carol Ferris is determined to propose marriage to Green Lantern, who creates a monster to distract himself from having to respond to her.

Green Lantern No. 4
January-February 1961
Cover: Green Lantern using ring on missle //Gil Kane / Joe Giella
Story: “The Diabolical Missle From Qward” (13 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Murphy Anderson
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #2)
Supporting Character: Thomas Kalmaku
Intro: Gnaxos (destroyed in this story)
Villains: Kiman (first appearance; next appears in issue #75), Weaponers of Qward (next appear in issue #7)
Synopsis: Green Lantern manages to avoid being destroyed by a missle from Qward, but must go there to find a cure for Pieface’s radiation poisoning.

Story: “Secret of Green Lantern’s Mask” (12 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Pencillers: Gil Kane (pgs. 1-3, 12), Carmine Infantino (pgs. 4-11)
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appear in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #3)
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku
Intro: Fred and other guests (only appearance for all)
Villains: Woozy, Chip, and their accomplice (first and only appearance for all)
Comments: After this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League battle Kanjar Ro in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #3.
 This story reveals that Green Lantern’s mask is held on his face by the power of his ring.
Synopsis: Hal Jordan crashes a party at Carol Ferris’s house and learns that the scheduled entertainment is provided by Green Lantern.

Green Lantern No. 5
March-April 1961
Cover: Power Ring flying off Green Lantern’s finger //Gil Kane / Joe Giella
Story: “The Power Ring That Vanished” (25 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #3; next chronological appearance in MYSTERY IN SPACE #75)
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku
Intro: Dr. Evart, Prof. Paulson, Dr. Horton, another scientist (only appearance for all)
Villain: Hector Hammond (first appearance; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #14)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League and Adam Strange battle Kanjar Ro in MYSTERY IN SPACE #75.
Synopsis: A group of scientists held captive and hyper-evolved by a man named Hector Hammond draws Pieface (changed by Hal Jordan into a duplicate Green Lantern) to them with a tractor-beam, hoping for his aid, but causes the ring to fly off his finger in the process.

Green Lantern No. 6
May-June 1961
Cover: Tomar-Re contacting Green Lantern as monster smashes building //Gil Kane / Joe Giella
Story: “The World of Living Phantoms” (25 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Joe Letterese
Feature Character: Green Lantern (between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #4 / 5)
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku
Intro: Tomar-Re (Green Lantern of Xudar; last chronological appearance in SUPERMAN #257 (flashback); next appears in issue #9), Chief Scientist Ibr, Kadmun, Cosmo, Alyssha, Akuians (only appearance for all)
Villains: A race of space-monsters, thought-image duplicates of Ibu, Kadmun, and other Akuians (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Shortly after this story, Green Lantern is captured and impersonated by Dr. Destiny in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #5.
 In this story, Green Lantern learns consciously of the existence of the Guardians of the Universe.
Synopsis: With dangers simultaneously threatening his world and the planet of Aku, the Green Lantern of Xudar contacts the Green Lantern of Earth for help.

Green Lantern No. 7
July-August 1961
Cover: Green Lantern making people invisible //Gil Kane / Joe Giella
Story: “The Day 100,000 People Vanished” (16 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #5)
Supporting Characters: Thomas Kalmaku, Guardians of the Universe (between issues #1 / 9; reveal their existences to Green Lantern in this story)
Intro: Korugarans (next appear in issue #?), Ki-Mon, Joe, Mrs. Wilson (only appearance for all)
Villain: Sinestro (first appearance; next appears in issue #9), Weaponers of Qward (between issues #4 / 15)
Synopsis: A renegade ex-Green Lantern, Sinestro, exiled to Qward, teleports an entire city of Earth people to the anti-matter universe, and Green Lantern must rescue them.

Story: “Wings of Destiny” (9 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #6)
Supporting Characters: Thomas Kalmaku, Carol Ferris, Terga (first appearance; next appears in issue #11)
Villains: Three hijackers (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Shortly after this story, Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight Prof. Amos Fortune in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #6.
Synopsis: Hal Jordan dreams so intensely about turning Pieface into a bird that his Power Ring carries out the command, just as Terga, Thomas’s girlfriend, arrives from Alaska.

Green Lantern No. 8
September-October 1961
Cover: Green Lantern vs. Zegor //Gil Kane / Jack Adler (wash cover)
Story: “The Challenge From 5700 A.D.”  (25 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #6 / 7)
Supporting Characters: Chairman Dasor, Iona Vane, Council of Solar Delegates (including Raf Tamin; first appearance for all; all next appear in issue #12)
Cameo appearance: Pol Manning (first appearance; Green Lantern’s phony “secret identity” in 5700 A.D.)
Intro: Dr. Barnard (only appearance)
Villains: The Zegors (first and only appearance), a golden monster (first appearance; destroyed in this story)
Comment: Shortly after this story, Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight the Angellaxians in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #7.
 Though a future Star City of 5700 A.D. is presented in this story, there is no definite evidence it is the same Star City featured in the Green Arrow stories.
Synopsis: Green Lantern is transported into the year 5700 A.D. and given a false set of memories so that he may, as the Solar Director of that time, help save humanity from a race of ray-blasting mutant gila monsters.

Green Lantern No. 9
November-December 1961
Cover: Sinestro freezing Green Lantern’s hand and ring to Power Battery //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “The Battle of the Power Rings” (13 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Murphy Anderson
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #7)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (between issues #7 / 23)
GS: Tomar-Re (between issues #7 / 11)
Intro: Xax (Green Lantern of Xaos; next appears in issue #23), Chaselon (Green Lantern of Barrio III), Green Lantern of Rojira, Green Lantern of Aeros, Green Lantern of T41A, Green Lantern Corps (all next appear in issue #11)
Villains: Sinestro (between issues #7 / 11), the Packer Gang (first and only appearance)
Comment: This story introduces Sinestro’s yellow power ring, the Green Lantern Corps, and the Central Power Battery of Oa.
Synopsis: Sinestro, using a yellow power ring of his own creation, escapes his imprisonment and captures Green Lantern, telling him he intends to revenge himself on the Green Lantern Corps and the Guardians of the Universe.

Story: “Green Lantern’s Brother Act” (12 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #8)
Supporting Characters: Jack Jordan, Jim Jordan (Hal’s brothers; first appearance for both; last chronological appearance for both in NEW ADVENTURES OF SUPERBOY #13; both next appear in issue #14), Sue Williams (first appearance; next appears in issue #14), Thomas Kalmaku
Intro: Editor of the Morning Star (only appearance)
Villains: Punchy, Looie (first and only appearance for both)
Comment: Shortly after this story, Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight Joe Parry in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #8.
Synopsis: During a political campaign for Jack Jordan, whose brothers Hal and Jim give him all the help they can, reporter Sue Williams becomes convinced that Jim Jordan is secretly Green Lantern.

Green Lantern No. 10
January 1962
Cover: Green Lantern seeing Beverly Blanding inside Power Ring //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “Prisoner of the Power Ring” (15 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #8)
Supporting Character: Thomas Kalmaku
Intro: Dr. and Mrs. Jason Blanding, Beverly Blanding, Will Chambers (only appearance for all)
Villains: A gang of diamond smugglers, Dr. Blanding’s robots (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: A scientist finds a way to transport himself and his family to a world without war and conflict--which exists on an atom within Green Lantern’s ring.

Story: “The Origin of Green Lantern’s Oath” (10 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #9; also appears in flashback, between first and second stories in SHOWCASE #22)
Supporting Characters: Thomas Kalmaku, Carol Ferris (in flashback; last chronological appearance in issue #140 (flashback); next chronological appearance in SHOWCASE #22)
Intro: Mr. Burbank, Mr. Davis (both in flashback; only appearance for both)
Villains: Hank and other crooks (all in flashback; first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League celebrate the anniversary of their founding in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #9.
Synopsis: Thomas Kalmaku asks Green Lantern how he formulated his ring-charging oath, and learns of the three early episodes that inspired him.

Green Lantern No. 11
March 1962
Cover: Green Lantern facing “jury” of Tomar-Re, Xax, Green Lantern of Aeros, Medphyl, and Stel //Gil Kane / Joe Giella
Story: “The Strange Trial of Green Lantern” (16 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #9)
GS: Tomar-Re (between issues #9 / 19), Chaselon (between issues #9 / 55), Green Lantern of Aeros, Green Lantern of Rojira (both between issues #9 / 96), Green Lantern Corps (between issues #9 / 46)
Intro: Stel (Green Lantern of Grenda), Medphyl (Green Lantern of planet J586; both next appear in issue #46)
Villain: Sinestro (between issues #9 / 15)
Comment: Xax is pictured on the cover but does not appear in the story.
Synopsis: For derelictions of duty, the Green Lantern Corps strips Green Lantern of Earth of his insignia and power ring, and exile him to Qward, where he falls into the hands of Sinestro.

Story: “The Trail of the Missing Power Ring” (10 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Character: Carol Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku, Terga Kalmaku (now married to Thomas; between issues #7 / 13)
Intro: Billy Taylor (only appearance)
Villains: Ralph, Bandy (first and only appearance for both)
Synopsis: Green Lantern’s power ring falls out of a hole in Hal Jordan’s pocket and is found by a boy who idolizes the Emerald Gladiator.

Green Lantern No. 12
April 1962
Cover: Green Lantern sending his statue into battle //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “Green Lantern’s Statue Goes To War” (18 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Characters: Chairman Dasor, Iona Vane, Solar Council (all between issues #8 / 47)
Intro: Space-Legion of Pluto (only appearance)
Villains: The Junta (Ferenc Aldebaran, Gen. Basset, Gen. Korning, Gen. Mi-Vard; first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: Green Lantern is transported to 5700 A.D. again to deal with the threat of a group of renegade generals who wish to seize power.

Story: “Zero Hour In the Silent City” (7 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #10)
Supporting Characters: Thomas Kalmaku, Carol Ferris
Intro: Ramis (only appearance)
Villains: Frankie, Danny, and their accomplice (first and only appearance for all)
Comments: This is the first story in the “Zero Hour” series.
 Thomas Kalmaku begins recording Green Lantern’s adventures in a casebook in this story.
 Shortly after this story, Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight Felix Faust, the Lord of Time, and Abnegazar, Rath, and Ghast in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #10-11.
Synopsis: In a town where all has gone silent, Green Lantern has only minutes to stop a gang of safecrackers before his ring goes dead.

Green Lantern No. 13
June 1962
Cover: Green Lantern distorting Flash’s body //Gil Kane / Joe Giella
Story: “The Duel of the Super-Heroes” (26 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #11 / 12)
GS: The Flash (last appearance in THE FLASH #129; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #12)
Supporting Characters: Iris West (between THE FLASH #129 / 131), Thomas Kalmaku, Carol Ferris (next appears in THE FLASH #131), Terga Kalmaku (last appearance in issue #11; next appears in THE FLASH #131), editor of Picture News (between THE FLASH #? / ?)
Villains: The Spectarians, Chi-Vam, Ghi-Dor (first and only appearance for all)
Comments: This is the first in a series of Flash / Green Lantern team-ups, the next of which appears in THE FLASH #131.  The Flash and Green Lantern learn each other’s secret identities in this story.
 Shortly after this story, Green Lantern and the Flash help the Justice League fight Dr. Light in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #12.
Synopsis: Green Lantern becomes mind-controlled by aliens, and the Flash must find a way to free him from their dominance.

Green Lantern No. 14
July 1962
Cover: Green Lantern vs. Sonar //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “The Man Who Conquered Sound” (13 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #12)
Supporting Character: Thomas Kalmaku
Villain: Sonar (Bito Wladon; first appearance; next appears in issue #19)
Synopsis: A villain who hopes to put his tiny country of Modora in the headlines strikes out at Green Lantern with sonic weapons of great power.

Story: “My Brother, Green Lantern” (12 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #13)
Supporting Characters: Jim Jordan, Jack Jordan, Sue Williams (all between issues #9 / 22), Thomas Kalmaku (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #13)
Villains: Mr. Blackstreet, Moose, another crook (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight their robot duplicates in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #13, then teams with the Flash to defeat the Myrmitons in THE FLASH #131.
Synopsis: Sue Williams sees an old green auto lamp in Jim Jordan’s house and becomes convinced that is his Power Battery.  In the meantime, Hal’s ring gets mistakenly exchanged for a fraternity ring of Jack Jordan’s, and a millionaire auto collector kidnaps Jim to get his lamp.

Green Lantern No. 15
September 1962
Cover: Green Lantern chasing Sinestro into yellow world //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “Peril of the Yellow World” (18 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in THE FLASH #131)
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku (last appearance for both in THE FLASH #131), Terga Kalmaku (last appearance in THE FLASH #131; next appears in issue #24)
Cameo appearance: Tomar-Re, Green Lantern Corps (in flashback)
Villains: Sinestro (between issues #11 / 18), Magot (first appearance; next appears in issue #18), Weaponers of Qward (between issues #7 / 18), Gypo-Bax, Gryxians (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: Green Lantern becomes convinced that his old foe Sinestro is loose and attacking him from afar.  But, when trailing him to the universe of Qward, he is lured into a world where everything but its inhabitants is colored yellow.

Story: “Zero Hour In Rocket City” (7 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #14)
Supporting Character: Thomas Kalmaku
Intro: Dr. Deaton (only appearance)
Villains: The Rocket Robbers (including Springy; first and only appearance for all)
Comments: This is the second and final Zero Hour story.
 Shortly after this story, Green Lantern helps the Justice League battle Mr. Memory and his hirelings (including Hector Hammond) and induct the Atom in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #14.
Synopsis: In a city near Cape Canaveral, Green Lantern must face off a band of armed robbers while he believes his Power Ring is out of power.

Green Lantern No. 16
October 1962
Cover: Star Sapphire vs. Green Lantern //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “The Secret Life of Star Sapphire” (15 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #14)
Supporting Character: Thomas Kalmaku
Intro: The Zamarons (including Anamede; first appearance; next appear in issue #26)
Villain: Star Sapphire (Carol Ferris; not to be confused with the Golden Age Flash villainess or Star Sapphire II, who first appears in SECRET SOCIETY OF SUPER-VILLAINS #1; first appearance as Star Sapphire)
Synopsis: Carol Ferris is abducted by a band of alien Amazons who wish to crown her their queen Star Sapphire, but she refuses to leave without Green Lantern.  So they endow her with a gem of power and mentally induce her to defeat him in battle.

Story: “Earth’s First Green Lantern” (10 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Murphy Anderson
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #15)
GS: Abin Sur (in flashback; last chronological appearance in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS ANNUAL #2; next chronological appearance in SHOWCASE #22)
Supporting Character: Thomas Kalmaku
Intro: Athmoorans (in flashback; only appearance)
Villains: Balzona, the Larifars (all in flashback; first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Shortly after this story, Green Lantern and the Justice League encounter untouchable aliens in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #15.
Synopsis: Green Lantern tells Pieface about the case in which his predecessor Abin Sur battled an energy-being in the conflict that ultimately led to his death.

Green Lantern No. 17
December 1962
Cover: Two spies watching Green Lantern and Hal Jordan charge the Power Ring at the Power Battery //Gil Kane / Joe Giella
Story: “The Spy-Eye That Doomed Green Lantern” (25 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Frank Giacoia (pgs. 1-6), Joe Giella (pgs. 17-25)
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #15 / 16)
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku
Villains: Ivar Domann and other spies (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League solve the problem of the Maestro in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #16.
Synopsis: Hal Jordan is hit with a ray that turns him into a living TV camera for a band of spies, and Green Lantern must recover the aircraft plans they steal.  But the spies already have learned his secret identity.

Green Lantern No. 18
January 1963
Cover: Green Lantern throwing down his ring at Sinestro’s feet //Gil Kane / Joe Giella
Story: “The World of Perilous Traps” (13 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #16)
Supporting Characters: Thomas Kalmaku, Carol Ferris
Intro: Dusty, Frank, the Kyrbans (only appearance for all)
Villains: Sinestro (between issues #15 / 52), Magot (last appearance in issue #15; last appearance), Weaponers of Qward (between issues #15 / 75), Sub-Humans of Kyrba (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: Sinestro tricks Green Lantern into taking off his ring, claims it, and abducts his foe to Qward.

Story: “Green Lantern Vs. Power Ring” (12 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Pencillers: Gil Kane (pg. 1-pg. 6 panel 4), Mike Sekowsky (pg. 6 panel 5-pg. 12)
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #17)
Supporting Character: Thomas Kalmaku
Villain: Bill Baggett (first appearance; next appears in issue #67)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight the Tornado Tyrant in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #17.
 In this story, Green Lantern learns that he cannot mentally control the Power Ring beyond a distance of 100 yards.
Synopsis: During a test, Green Lantern loses his ring, which falls into the hands of a drifter who uses it to gain power for himself.

Green Lantern No. 19
March 1963
Cover: Green Lantern watching his Power Ring draw illustration of Sonar destroying him  //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “The Defeat of Green Lantern” (15 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #17)
GS: Tomar-Re (between issues #11 / 38)
Supporting Character: Thomas Kalmaku
Intro: Casino DeGranado (only appearance)
Villain: Sonar (between issues #14 / 25)
Synopsis: With Sonar on the loose, Green Lantern sees his power ring, acting without his command, drawing a scene of himself being shattered by his foe.

Story: “The Trail of the Horse-and-Buggy Bandits” (10 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #18)
Intro: Mrs. Wilford Bigelow (only appearance)
Villains: Curtis and his gang (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight the guardians of Starzl in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #18.
Synopsis: An old woman mistakenly makes a call that connects her to Green Lantern’s ring, and requests him to admonish a group of men with a horse and buggy who turn out to be thieves.

Green Lantern No. 20
April 1963
Cover: Flash charging power ring at battery while Green Lantern fades from sight //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “Parasite Planet Peril” (25 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #18 / 19)
GS: The Flash (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #18; next appears in THE FLASH #136)
Supporting Characters: Iris West (between THE FLASH #134 / 136), Carol Ferris
Intro: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fairfax, Mortimer Perkins, the Bowerds (only appearance for all)
Villains: The Mikrids (first and only appearance)
Comments: This is the third Flash / Green Lantern teamup, between their teamups in THE FLASH #131 / 143.
 Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight Dr. Destiny and the Super-Justice League in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #19.
Synopsis: Green Lantern and Flash team up to find a cure for a plague which makes people vanish, but Green Lantern himself is stricken and shrunken into a microscopic world.

Green Lantern No. 21
June 1963
Cover: Metal objects flying up towards magnetized Green Lantern //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “The Man Who Mastered Magnetism” (15 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #19)
Supporting Character: Thomas Kalmaku
Villain: Dr. Polaris (Dr. Neal Emerson; first appearance and origin; real name revealed in issue #65; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #35)
Synopsis: Dr. Polaris, an advocate of “magnetic healing”, is taken over by the evil side of his personality and becomes a magnetic-powered foe of Green Lantern.

Story: “Hal Jordan Betrays Green Lantern” (10 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Murphy Anderson
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #20)
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris, Carl Ferris (last appearance in SHOWCASE #22; next appears in issue #133), Mrs. Carl Ferris (first appearance; next appears in issue #133), Thomas Kalmaku
Villains: Pierre and other thieves (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight Spaceman X in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #20.
Synopsis: A telltale clue after an adventure he shares with Green Lantern convinces Carl Ferris that Hal Jordan is secretly the Emerald Gladiator.

Green Lantern No. 22
July 1963
Cover: Green Lantern being hit by fist from his power ring //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “Master of the Power Ring” (13 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #20)
Villain: Hector Hammond (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #14; next appears in issue #25)
Synopsis: Hector Hammond returns as a hyper-evolved, immobile villain with mind-over-matter powers, which he uses to take control of the Power Ring away from Green Lantern.

Story: “Dual Masquerade of the Jordan Brothers” (12 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Characters: Judge Jeremiah Jordan (first appearance; Hal’s uncle; next appears in issue #31), Jack Jordan, Jim Jordan, Sue Williams (all between issues #14 / 31)
Intro: Mayor Post (only appearance)
Villain: Red Peters (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: A crook vowing vengeance is set to strike at Jack Jordan and his uncle, Judge Jeremiah Jordan, at a costume party, and Sue Williams, insisting that Jim Jordan is really Green Lantern, wants him to do something about it.

Green Lantern No. 23
September 1963
Cover: Green Lantern vs. Tattooed Man //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “Threat of the Tattooed Man” (13 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Character: Carol Ferris
Intro: Lee Kerr (only appearance)
Villain: The Tattooed Man (Abel Tarrant; first appearance; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #28)
Synopsis: Green Lantern faces the Tattooed Man, a villain who can bring his own tattoos to life.

Story: “The Green Lantern Disasters” (12 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #21)
GS: Xax (between issues #9 / 127)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (between issues #9 / 30)
Villains: Zorx and his wasp-gang (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League and Justice Society fight the Crime Champions (and meets Green Lantern of Earth-Two) in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #21-22.
Synopsis: Green Lantern goes to Xaos to help Xax, the grasshopper Green Lantern, against a gang of thieving wasps who dress in yellow and set atomic bombs to go off whenever he uses his power ring.

Green Lantern No. 24
October 1963
Cover: Green Lantern avoiding missles fired from planet with continent shaped in his likeness //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson (signed)
Story: “The Shark That Hunted Human Prey” (15 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #22)
Supporting Characters: Thomas Kalmaku, Carol Ferris, Terga Kalmaku (last appearance in issue #15)
Intro: Hanson and other scientists, Bill Bowery (only appearance for all)
Villain: The Shark (first appearance; next appears in issue #28)
Synopsis: A hyperevolved shark with mind-over-matter powers sets out to stalk humanity, and chooses Green Lantern as his first victim.

Story: “The Strange World Named Green Lantern” (10 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #23)
Supporting Characters: Thomas Kalmaku, Terga Kalmaku (next appears in issue #26)
Intro: “Green Lantern” (a living planet; first and only appearance)
Cameo appearances: Sinestro, Sonar, Dr. Polaris, Shark (as illusions)
Villain: The Protonic Force (first appearance; next appears in issue #29)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight Zazzala the Queen Bee in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #23, then learns of the Atom’s battle with Dr. Light in THE ATOM #8 just before the last panel of the former issue.
Synopsis: Green Lantern is drawn to a strange planet one of whose continents is shaped in his image, and, once upon it, is beset by disasters and illusions of his old foes.

Green Lantern No. 25
December 1963
Cover: Green Lantern (with tuning-fork gun) vs. Sonar (with power ring) //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “War of the Weapon Wizards” (25 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #23 / 24)
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku
Villains: Hector Hammond (between issues #22 / 34), Sonar (last appearance in issue #19; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #132)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League and Adam Strange defeat Kanjar Ro in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #24.
Synopsis: Hector Hammond uses Sonar as a pawn to battle Green Lantern, but first induces a hallucination in the hero’s mind in which he loses to Sonar when their weapons are exchanged.

Green Lantern No. 26
January 1964
Cover: Star Sapphire unmasking Green Lantern //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “Star Sapphire Unmasks Green Lantern” (15 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #24)
Other Characters: The Zamarons (in flashback; between issues #16 / 41)
Villains: Star Sapphire (next appears, as Carol Ferris, in THE FLASH #143), the ‘Copter Gang (first and only appearance)
Comment: Green Lantern learns Star Sapphire’s secret identity in this story.
Synopsis: Carol Ferris becomes Star Sapphire again and intends to get Green Lantern to agree to marry her and give up his heroic identity, which he says he will only do if she can unmask him.

Story: “World Within the Power Ring” (10 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #25)
GS: Abin Sur (in flashback; chronologically between flashbacks in issues #55 / 16)
Supporting Characters: Thomas Kalmaku, Terga Kalmaku (between issues #24 / 28)
Villains: Myrwhydden (first appearance; next appears in issue #41), an Abin Sur double (first appearance; destroyed in this story)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight Kraad the Conqueror in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #25, then teams with the Flash to battle T. O. Morrow in THE FLASH #143.
Synopsis: After Green Lantern is attacked by an evil duplicate of Abin Sur, he learns of an evil wizard imprisoned within the Power Ring.

Green Lantern No. 27
March 1964
Cover: Green Lantern unaware of phantoms of Ted Alden and Pioneer Bluffs citizens on street corner //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “Mystery of the Deserted City” (13 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in THE FLASH #143)
Supporting Character: Carol Ferris
Intro: Ted Alden, Mr. and Mrs. Alden (only appearance for all)
Villain: Chum Ames (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: A crook’s dimension-plane-hopping gadget causes an entire town of people to vanish, putting Green Lantern on the case.

Story: “Amazing Transformation of Horace Tolliver” (12 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (also appears in flashback between issues #7 / ?; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #26)
Supporting Character: Thomas Kalmaku
Intro: Horace Tolliver, Mr. Keane, Harris, Biff Moler, Mona (only appearance for all)
Villains: Lefty and his gang (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League combat Despero in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #26.
Synopsis: A subconscious wish to aid a meek person causes Hal Jordan to unwittingly use the Power Ring to give him the power to make his wishes realities, with dire results.

Green Lantern No. 28
April 1964
Cover: Green Lantern vs. The Shark //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “The Shark Goes On the Prowl Again” (15 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #26)
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku, Terga Kalmaku (between issues #26 / 52)
Villain: The Shark (last appearance in issue #24; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #40)
Synopsis: The Shark returnes to defeat Green Lantern by kidnapping his three best friends.

Story: “The House That Fought Green Lantern” (10 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Pencillers: Gil Kane (pgs. 1-5), Mike Sekowsky (pgs. 6-10)
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #27)
Villains: A gang of bank robbers (first and only appearance)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League overcome “I” in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #27.
Synopsis: On the trail of a robber, Green Lantern is beset by a house filled with booby traps.

Green Lantern No. 29
June 1964
Cover: Black Hand using device to wipe out half of Green Lantern’s body //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “Half a Green Lantern Is Better Than None” (14 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Joe Letterese
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #27)
Supporting Character: Thomas Kalmaku
Intro: Gil Kane (next appears in issue #45), Joe Hand, David Hand, Peter Hand (only appearance for all)
Villain: Black Hand (William Hand; first appearance; next appears in issue #39)
Synopsis: Green Lantern comes to grips with Black Hand, a proverb-slinging villain who uses a device to send half of the hero’s body into another dimension.

Story: “This World Is Mine” (12 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #28)
GS: Justice League of America (Superman, Batman, Flash, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, J’onn J’onzz, Atom, Snapper Carr; between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #27 / 28)
Supporting Character: Carol Ferris
Villain: The Protonic Force (last appearance in issue #24; last appearance)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight Headmaster Mind and his minions (including the Tattooed Man) in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #28.
Synopsis: Green Lantern must battle a huge animated statue of himself, then must fight the Protonic Force which inhabits it.

Green Lantern No. 30
July 1964
Cover: Green Lantern luring pterodactyls through time-warp into prehistoric past //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “The Tunnel Through Time” (13 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #29)
Supporting Character: Thomas Kalmaku
Intro: Bert, Dan (only appearance for both)
Villains: Alien pterodactyls, the Superior One (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: A race of intelligent alien pterodactyls teleports some of their Earth brethren to the modern era, and Green Lantern must stop them from taking over the planet.
 

Story: “Once a Green Lantern, Always a Green Lantern” (12 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (last appearance in issue #23), Thomas Kalmaku
Intro: Katma Tui (new Green Lantern of Korugar; origin revealed in this story; next appears in issue #46), Imi Kann (only appearance)
Villains: A giant amoeba (first appearance; destroyed in this story), a gang of Korugar crooks (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: Green Lantern has one day to convince the female Green Lantern of Korugar to change her decision to relinquish her duties in favor of marrying her lover.

Green Lantern No. 31
September 1964
Cover: Green Lantern selling power rings to people //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “Power Rings For Sale” (12 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (next appear in issue #34), Thomas Kalmaku
Intro: Dr. Keller (only appearance)
Villains: Grollians (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: Green Lantern exhibits irrational behavior, including selling people duplicates of his Power Ring for a dollar apiece, in the face of an impending alien invasion.

Story: “Pay Up--Or Blow Up” (12 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #29)
Supporting Characters: Jeremiah Jordan (last appearance in issue #22; last appearance), Jack Jordan, Jim Jordan, Sue Williams Jordan (last two characters marry each other in this story; all three between issues #22 / 44), Thomas Kalmaku
Intro: Mrs. Williams (Sue’s mother; only appearance)
Villain: J. Charles Gantner (first and only appearance)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League and Justice Society fight the Crime Syndicate of America in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #29-30.
Synopsis: A renegade scientist threatens to use atomic power to blow up the entire city in which Jim Jordan and Sue Williams live, on the eve of their wedding, unless he receives a million dollars.  Hal Jordan, in town for the wedding, becomes Green Lantern to deal with the problem.

Green Lantern No. 32
October 1964
Cover: Thomas Kalmaku trying to stop Green Lantern from being sucked into power battery //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “Green Lantern’s Wedding Day” (12 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #30)
Supporting Characters: Thomas Kalmaku, Carol Ferris
Intro: Green Lantern, Carol Ferris (married in this story), Thomas Kalmaku, and Terga Kalmaku of a parallel Earth, Ralph Walters (only appearance for all)
Villains: Louie Knox and his gang, Louie Knox and his gang of a parallel Earth (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: While stopping a robbery at a science fair, Green Lantern receives a dose of radiation that merges him cyclically with the Green Lantern of a parallel Earth.

Story: “Power Battery Peril” (12 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #31)
Supporting Character: Thomas Kalmaku
Intro: The Honor Team (Energiman (dies in this story), Golden Blade, Strong Girl, Magicko; only appearance for all)
Villain: Vant Orl (first and only appearance)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League induct Hawkman in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #31 and then attends the wedding of Aquaman and Mera with them in AQUAMAN #18.
Synopsis: Green Lantern is sucked through the Power Battery to another world where he must defeat the villain who has imprisoned the heroes of that planet.

Green Lantern No. 33
December 1964
Cover: Green Lantern vs. Dr. Light //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “Wizard of the Light-Wave Weapons” (12 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in AQUAMAN #18)
Supporting Character: Thomas Kalmaku
Villain: Dr. Light (last appearance in THE ATOM #8; next appears in THE FLASH #171)
Synopsis: The Justice League’s foe Dr. Light now vows to tackle the members of the JLA one at a time, and the one he starts with is Green Lantern.

Story: “The Disarming of Green Lantern” (12 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #32)
Supporting Character: Thomas Kalmaku
Villains: Barks Ownley and his gang (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League battle Brain Storm in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #32.
 The crooks in this story resemble Edward G. Robinson, Clark Gable, Humphrey Bogart, and Sheldon Leonard.
Synopsis: Pieface talks in his sleep and inadvertently reveals to a gangster the existence of the Power Battery at which Green Lantern charges his ring.

Green Lantern No. 34
January 1964
Cover: Green Lantern vs. giant iguana  //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “Three-Way Attack Against Green Lantern” (24 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #32 / 33)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (between issues #31 / 37), Thomas Kalmaku, Carol Ferris
Villains: Hector Hammond (between issues #25 / 64; learns Green Lantern’s secret identity in this story), a phony Guardian (first appearance; destroyed in this story)
Comment: Shortly after this story, Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight the Alien-Ator in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #33.
Synopsis: By mentally trailing Green Lantern to the planet Oa, Hector Hammond learns of the existence of the Guardians of the Universe, and fabricates a phony one to attack him.

Green Lantern No. 35
March 1965
Cover: Green Lantern vs. The Aerialist (three vignettes) //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “Prisoner of the Golden Mask” (15 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #34)
Supporting Character: Carol Ferris
Intro: Elke Hansen (in flashback; dies in this story)
Villain: The Aerialist (Otto Fisher; first and only appearance)
Comment: Green Lantern’s costume changes in this story (more black in the chest area).
Synopsis: A costumed, flying man called the Aerialist destroys the plane Hal Jordan is testing, as part of a plan to bankrupt the Ferris Aircraft Company.  When Hal becomes Green Lantern, the Aerialist thwarts him with a will-sapping golden mask.

Story: “The Eagle Crusader of Earth” (10 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Joe Letterese
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Intro: The governor of Nevada (only appearance)
Villains: A group of spies (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: Green Lantern is called on to investigate happenings in the small town of Medusa, Nevada, where peoples’ minds are seemingly being exchanged with those of animals...and finds himself trapped in the body of an eagle.

Green Lantern No. 36
April 1965
Cover: Green Lantern punching a crook as his hand flies off //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “Secret of the Power-Ringed Robot” (13 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Character: Carol Ferris (next appears in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #59)
Villains: Eben Marlow and other spies and crooks (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: Green Lantern transforms himself into a robot to survive the radiation in the hideout of a gang of spies, but is trapped by a magnetic device.

Story: “Green Lantern’s Explosive Week-End” (12 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #59)
Supporting Character: Dorine Clay (Onu Murtu of planet Garon; first appearance; next appears in issue #160)
Intro: Steve Davis, Sally Davis (only appearance for both)
Villains: The Headmen (first appearance; next appear in issue #160)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern teams with Batman to fight the Time Commander in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #59, then helps the Justice League fight Abnegazar, Rath, and Ghast in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #35.
 This story reveals that Hal Jordan was a Korean War veteran.
Synopsis: While spending a “match-making” weekend at a lake, Hal Jordan learns that the woman he has been courting is secretly an alien refugee from a world dominated by big-domed Headmen.

Green Lantern No. 37
June 1965
Cover: Green Lantern vs. Evil Star and Starlings //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “The Spies Who ‘Owned’ Green Lantern” (12 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #35)
Supporting Characters: Thomas Kalmaku, Carol Ferris (last appearance in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #59)
Villains: Betty Sloane and her spy ring (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Story continues in the second story in this issue.
Synopsis: Green Lantern finds himself a hypnoic pawn of spies to whom he mails secrets, so he gets the idea of turning himself into a letter and mailing himself to them.

Story: “The Plot to Conquer the Universe” (13 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #36)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (between issues #34 / 40)
Cameo appearance: Thomas Kalmaku
Villains: Evil Star (first appearance; last chronological appearance in flashback in issue #159; next appears in issue #44), the Starlings (first appearance; next appear in issue #131)
Comment: Green Lantern’s power ring is destroyed and restored in this story.
 Shortly after this story, Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight Brain Storm in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #36, then helps Wonder Woman restrain Superman in flashback in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #63.
Synopsis: Evil Star, a new foe of Green Lantern, battles and captures the Emerald Gladiator and impersonates him as part of a plot to destroy the Guardians and Green Lantern Corps.

Green Lantern No. 38
July 1965
Cover: Green Lantern and Tomar-Re vs. Changeling as gargoyle-mirror //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “Menace of the Atomic Changeling” (12 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #63 (flashback)
GS: Tomar-Re (between issues #19 / 46)
Intro: Ixnal (only appearance)
Villain: The Changeling (first and only appearance; not to be confused with the New Teen Titans member)
Synopsis: Tomar-Re comes to Earth to gain the help of Green Lantern against an atomic-spawned being that can take over the form of any object.

Story: “The Elixir of Invulnerability” (12 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Character: Carol Ferris
Villain: Keith Kenyon (first appearance; next appears as Goldface in issue #48) and his gang (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: Green Lantern encounters Keith Kenyon, a villain who gives himself seeming invulnerability through an elixir of gold.

Green Lantern No. 39
September 1965
Cover: Green Lantern vs. Brutus Force in boxing ring //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “Practice Makes the Perfect Crime” (14 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #38)
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris (next appears in issue #41), Thomas Kalmaku
Villain: Black Hand (between issues #29 / 84)
Synopsis: Black Hand breaks jail and uses his Power-Light to make everyone see Green Lantern as Black Hand himself.

Story: “The Fight For the Championship of the Universe” (10 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #38)
Intro: Kory (only appearance)
Villain: Brutus Force (Bru Tusfors; first and only appearance)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern briefly appears with the Justice League in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #38.
Synopsis: An alien prizefighter commits a string of robberies in order to get Green Lantern to fight him in the ring.

Green Lantern No. 40
October 1965
Cover: Green Lantern vs. Green Lantern of Earth-Two as Guardians of the Universe stand judgment //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “Secret Origin of the Guardians” (24 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #38 / 40)
GS: Green Lantern of Earth-2 (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #38; next chronological appearance in INFINITY, INC. ANNUAL #1 (flashback))
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (between issues #37 / 44; also appear in flashback, their earliest chronological appearance; their appearance in flashback in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #139 takes place between panels 3 / 4 of page 9; origin revealed in this story), Doiby Dickles (last appearance in ?; next appears in issue #45)
Origin: The Green Lantern Corps and the Universe
Intro: The Cosmic Hand, Ki-Nilg (an early Green Lantern; in flashback; only appearance)
Villain: Krona (first appearance; next appears in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #1)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight the creations of Andrew Helm in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #40.
Synopsis: An ancient Oan who defied the ban on trying to learn the secret origin of the universe, and who was penalized for it, finds a way of having the Earth-Two Green Lantern set him free of his imprisonment and of carrying on his work, in defiance of the Guardians and of the Green Lantern of Earth-One.

Green Lantern No. 41
December 1965
Cover: Green Lantern vs. Star Sapphire //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “The Double Life of Star Sapphire” (14 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #40)
Villains: Star Sapphire (Carol Ferris; last appearance in issue #39), Dela Pharon (another Star Sapphire; first and only appearance), the Zamarons (between issues #26 / 192)
Synopsis: After Carol Ferris becomes Star Sapphire again to duel another rival for the queenship of the Zamarons, she and Green Lantern agree to battle to see which one must give up his or her career after they marry.

Story: “Challenge of the Coin Creatures” (10 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #41)
Cameo appearance: Thomas Kalmaku
Villains: Myrwhydden (last appearance in issue #26; next appears in ADVENTURE COMICS #460), Chuck Cullen (first and only appearance)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight the Key in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #41, then briefly appears as Hal Jordan during the Flash’s battle with Prof. Ivo in THE FLASH #158.
Synopsis: Green Lantern encounters a crook who is aided by creatures sprung to life from ancient coins, and later learns it is a ploy of his old foe, the wizard Myrwhydden.

Green Lantern No. 42
January 1966
Cover: Green Lantern and Zatanna vs. demons and Warlock  //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “The Other Side of the World” (24 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in THE FLASH #158; next appears in  JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #42)
GS: Zatanna (last appearance in THE ATOM #19; next appears in DETECTIVE COMICS #354)
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku
Cameo appearances: Hawkman, Hawkgirl, Atom, Druid, Zatara (in flashback)
Intro: A Roman centurion, Sir Alain Barbetorte, and other victims of the Flame of Ys (only appearance for all)
Villains: The Warlock (first appearance; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #166) and his demons, Patch-Eye Pete (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League and Metamorpho fight the Unimaginable in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #42.
Synopsis: Zatanna comes to Green Lantern for help in her quest for her father Zatara, and both of them must brave the powers of the Warlock of Ys.

Green Lantern No. 43
March 1966
Cover: Flash and Green Lantern (with each other’s powers) vs. Major Disaster //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “Catastrophic Crimes of Major Disaster” (24 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #42)
GS: The Flash (last appearance in THE FLASH #159; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #43)
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku, Iris West (between THE FLASH #159 / 161)
Villains: Major Disaster (Paul Booker; first appearance; next appears in issue #57) and his gang (first and only appearance for all)
Comments: Carol Ferris, Iris West, and Major Disaster all learn the Flash’s and Green Lantern’s secret identities in this story, but all later have their memories of such erased.
Synopsis: A villain called Major Disaster, who causes disasters by scientific means, switches Green Lantern’s and Flash’s powers to make each of them think he is powerless.

Green Lantern No. 44
April 1966
Cover: Green Lantern vs. Evil Star //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “Evil Star’s Death-Duel Summons” (12 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Characters: Thomas Kalmaku (next appears in DETECTIVE COMICS #350), Carol Ferris, Guardians of the Universe (between issues #40 / 46)
Villain: Evil Star (between issues #37 / 131)
Synopsis: Evil Star escapes his imprisonment, immobilizes the Guardians, deactivates the Central Power Battery, and challenges Green Lantern to fight him.

Story: “Saga of the Millionaire Schemer” (12 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in DETECTIVE COMICS #350)
Supporting Characters: Jim Jordan, Sue Jordan (both between issues #31 / 53), Jack Jordan (between issues #31 / 71), Titus Thomas Jordan (first appearance; Hal’s uncle; next appears in issue #71)
Villain: The Bottler (Williams; first and only appearance)
Comments: Jim Jordan becomes a public relations promoter in this story.
 Shortly after this story, Green Lantern teams up with the Elongated Man to fight a gang of crooks in DETECTIVE COMICS #350, then helps the Justice League fight the Unimaginable in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #44.
Synopsis: Jim Jordan’s uncle Titus Thomas Jordan invites the Jordan brothers to his estate to secretly prove Sue’s theory that her husband Jim is Green Lantern, but Hal thinks that uncle Titus could be Green Lantern’s latest foe, the Bottler.

Green Lantern No. 45
June 1966
Cover: Green Lantern and Earth-2 Green Lantern vs. Prince Peril //Gil Kane
Story: “Prince Peril’s Power Play” (24 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #44 / 45)
GS: Green Lantern of Earth-2 (last chronological appearance in INFINITY, INC. ANNUAL #1 (flashback); next appears in issue #52)
Supporting Characters: Doiby Dickles (between issues #40 / 52; marries Princess Ramia in this story), Thomas Kalmaku (last appearance in DETECTIVE COMICS #350)
Intro: Princess Ramia (next appears is issue #52), Petia, chief of the Council of Six, Miss Tyler (only appearance for all)
Cameo appearance: Gil Kane
Villain: Prince Peril (first and only appearance)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern briefly appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #45.
Synopsis: To keep from having to marry the wicked Prince Peril, an alien princess comes to Earth-Two to find a husband, and leads Peril into conflict with two Green Lanterns and Doiby Dickles.

Green Lantern No. 46
July 1966
Cover: Tomar-Re, Katma Tui, Stel, Guardians, and other Green Lantern Corps members carrying Green Lantern’s body //Gil Kane (signed)
Story: “The Jailing of Hal Jordan” (12 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #45)
Supporting Character: Carol Ferris
Villains: The Triple Plays, Peter Claypool and his henchmen (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: This issue also contains a double-page Green Lantern pin-up by Gil Kane.
Synopsis: A crook who inherits a fortune develops a crush on Carol Ferris and frames Hal Jordan for a robbery to take him out of the picture.

Story: “The End of a Gladiator” (12 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (dies in this story)
Supporting Characters: Thomas Kalmaku, Guardians of the Universe (chronologically between next issue (flashback) and issues #52; one next appears in THE FLASH #169)
GS: Tomar-Re (between issues #38 / 55), Katma Tui (last appearance in issue #30), Medphyl (last appearance for both in issue #11), Stel, Green Lantern Corps (all between issues #11 / 55)
Villain: Dr. Polaris (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #35)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: The Guardians of the Universe summon the Green Lantern Corps to view the body of Green Lantern of Earth, and to have his ring tell them the story of his death at the hands of Dr. Polaris.

Green Lantern No. 47
September 1966
Cover: Green Lantern vs. Dr. Polaris //Gil Kane (signed)
Story: “Green Lantern Lives Again” (24 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (restored to life in this story; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #46)
GS: Katma Tui (next appears in issue #55)
GA: Guardians of the Universe (in flashback; chronologically between issue #44 / last issue)
Supporting Characters: Chairman Dasor, Iona Vane (both between issues #12 / 51), Thomas Kalmaku
Cameo appearances: Guardians of the Universe, Tomar-Re, Green Lantern Corps (in flashback)
Intro: Dr. Kober, Enagara (only appearance for both)
Villains: Dr. Polaris (next appears in issue #65), the Super-Viro, other Viros (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League and Justice Society fight Anti-Matter Man, Blockbuster, and Solomon Grundy in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #46-47.
Synopsis: A crisis in the 58th Century causes the Solar Council to transport Green Lantern there once again, where they discover a microscopic speck of life in his body, reanimate him, and have him battle the super-powered victims of a virus of evil.

Green Lantern No. 48
October 1966
Cover: Green Lantern vs. Goldface and his henchman //Gil Kane (signed)
Story: “Goldface’s Grudge Fight Against Green Lantern” (24 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #47; next chronological appearance in flashback in issue #52)
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku, Terga Kalmaku (between issues #28 / 52)
Intro: Zuzu Lamar (only appearance)
Villains: Goldface (Keith Kenyon; between issues #38 / 144; next appears in ?) and his gang (first and only appearance)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern takes part in the adventure shown in issue #52 in flashback, then helps the Justice League fight Felix Faust in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #49, then teams with Batman to fight the Time Commander and Cosmo in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #69.
Synopsis: Keith Kenyon returns to plague Green Lantern as the super-villain Goldface, and challenges him to stop a series of robberies in Coast City.

Green Lantern No. 49
December 1966
Cover: Green Lantern vs. the Dazzler //Gil Kane (signed)
Story: “The Spectacular Robberies of TV’s Master Villain” (24 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #69; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #52 (flashback))
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris (becomes engaged to Jason Belmore in this story; next appears in issue #53), Thomas Kalmaku (next appears in issue #52)
Intro: Henry Peters (Kahu Ibor), Al Surrin, Tom Jennings (only appearance for all)
Villain: The Dazzler (Ken Baldwin; first and only appearance)
Comments: Hal Jordan leaves Coast City and his test pilot job in this story.
 This story takes place two days after the wedding of Barry Allen and Iris West in THE FLASH #165.
 Shortly after this story Green Lantern deals with Faceless’s siphoning of his power in flashback in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #52, then briefly appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #50.
Synopsis: Shortly after learning that Carol Ferris is engaged to marry another man, Hal Jordan must become Green Lantern to tackle the Dazzler, a TV super-villain sprung to life.
 

Green Lantern No. 50
January 1967
Cover: Green Lantern and Davo Yull vs. Thraxon //Gil Kane (signed)
Story: “The Quest of the Wicked Queen of Hearts” (14 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Artist: Gil Kane
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #50)
Intro: Mr. Colby, Joan Colby (only appearance for both)
Villains: Gustave Kraugen, Erich Bolling (first and only appearance for both)
Synopsis: After Hal Jordan is attacked by two clients he has taken for a plane ride, Green Lantern intervenes to stop them and return the valuable painting they have stolen.

Story: “Thraxton the Powerful Vs. Green Lantern the Powerless” (10 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Artist: Gil Kane
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #51)
Intro: Davo Yull (Green Lantern of Parma; only appearance; dies just prior to issue #55) and his wife (only appearance)
Villain: Thraxon the Powerful (first and only appearance; name misspelled “Thraxton” in story title)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League and Zatanna free Zatara from Allura’s curse in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #51, then helps the Justice League monitor the Blackhawks in BLACKHAWK #128-130, then teams with the Flash to fight four crooks in THE FLASH #168.
Synopsis: Davo Yull, Green Lantern of Pharma, summons Earth’s Green Lantern to do battle with him against a blue-skinned conqueror named Thraxon, who has a device which drains power from their rings.

Green Lantern No. 51
March 1967
Cover: Green Lantern vs. Pol Manning and Neomen //Gil Kane (signed)
Story: “Green Lantern’s Evil Alter Ego” (23 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Artist: Gil Kane
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in THE FLASH #168; next appears in SUPERMAN’S GIRL FRIEND, LOIS LANE #74)
Supporting Characters: Chairman Dasor, Iona Vane (both between issues #47 / 66), Guardians of the Universe (last chronological appearance in flashback in next issue; next appear in issue #55)
Intro: Gomi Dar (only appearance)
Villains: Dr. Strangehate (Pol Manning; Green Lantern’s future alter-ego turned into an independent being), the Neomen (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: This story reveals that the Guardians are unable to travel in time, though they can see glimpses of the future and are aware of Green Lantern’s 58th Century career.
 Shortly after this story Green Lantern briefly appears with the Justice League in SUPERMAN’S GIRL FRIEND, LOIS LANE #74 and then helps them and Supergirl capture Fingers Cooley in ACTION COMICS #350.
Synopsis: In the 58th Century, Pol Manning, the fictitious alter-ego of Green Lantern, comes to life, turns evil, and threatens the Earth as Dr. Strangehate.

Green Lantern No. 52
April 1967
Cover: Green Lantern and Sinestro charging their power rings //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “Our Mastermind the Car” (23 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Artist: Gil Kane
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (in flashback; last chronological appearance in issue #48; next chronological appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #49)
GS: Green Lantern of Earth-2 (in flashback; between issues #45 / 61)
Supporting Characters: Doiby Dickles, Princess Ramia (both in flashback; last appearance for both in issue #45; both next appear in INFINITY, INC. ANNUAL #1), Thomas Kalmaku (last appearance in issue #49), Terga Kalmaku (between issues #48 / 74), Guardians of the Universe (in flashback; between issues #46 / 51, except one, who last appeared in THE FLASH #169)
Cameo appearances: Tomar-Re, Katma Tui, Stel, Green Lantern Corps
Villains: Sinestro (between issues #18 / 74; in flashback) and his Evil Green Lanterns (first and only appearance)
Comment: This story takes place before Hal Jordan leaves Coast City, and is told as a flashback tale by Thomas Kalmaku.
Synopsis: When Green Lantern of Earth-2 brings Doiby Dickles’s cab Goitrude to Earth-1 as a present to Doiby, Sinestro takes control of it and uses it as part of a scheme to bring down the Green Lantern Corps.

Green Lantern No. 53
June 1967
Cover: Green Lantern inside Thotan’s eye //Carmine Infantino / Murphy Anderson (signed)
Story: “Captive of the Evil Eye” (13 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Artist: Gil Kane
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in ACTION COMICS #350)
Supporting Characters: Mr. Lawford (first appearance), Carol Ferris (between issues #49 / 69), Thomas Kalmaku (next appears in issue #73)
Villain: Thotan (first appearance)
Comment: Hal Jordan becomes an insurance claims adjustor in this story.
Synopsis: Green Lantern finds himself trapped inside the body of a giant whose mission is to steal all the oxygen on Earth.

Story: “Two Green Lanterns in the Family” (10 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Carmine Infantino
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Joe Letterese
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #54)
Supporting Characters: Jim Jordan, Sue Jordan (both between issues #44 / 63), Howard Jordan (Jim and Sue’s son; first appearance; next appears in issue #63)
Villains: Rhino and other crooks (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Shortly after this story Hal Jordan is attacked by one of the Royal Flush Gang in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #54.
Synopsis: A theater holdup committed while Hal Jordan is babysitting his brother Jim’s son causes him to take action as Green Lantern.

Green Lantern No. 54
July 1967
Cover: Baron Tirano and Arturo watching Missle-Man battle Green Lantern on videoscreen //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “Menace In the Iron Lung” (23 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Artist: Gil Kane
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #54; next appears in SUPERMAN #199)
Supporting Character: Mr. Lawford
Villains: Baron Tirano (first appearance; next appears in issue #204), Missle-Man (his robot; first appearance; destroyed in this story), Arturo, Freda, Ursula, Scruffy, Blinker, Friedrich (named in issue #204) and other henchmen (first and only appearance for all)
Comments: Green Lantern and Hal Jordan are briefly separated into two individuals in this story, then reintegrated.
 Shortly after this story Green Lantern joins the other Justice Leaguers to watch the first Superman / Flash race in SUPERMAN #199, then helps the Justice League and Justice Society overcome the black-sphered villains in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #55-56.
Synopsis: Green Lantern and Hal Jordan are split into two different beings by an iron-lung-bound villain, who hopes to divide and conquer.

Green Lantern No. 55
September 1967
Cover: Roger Vicker (as “Green Lantern”) before phony execution squad of actors playing other Green Lanterns and a Guardian //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “Cosmic Enemy Number One” (23 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Artist: Gil Kane
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #56)
GS: Abin Sur (in flashback; last chronological appearance in issue #149 (2); next chronological appearance in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS ANNUAL #2), Chaselon (last appearance in issue #11), Tomar-Re, Medphyl, Green Lantern Corps (last appearance for all in issue #46), Katma Tui (last appearance in issue #47), Stel (last appearance in issue #46; next appears in DC SPECIAL SERIES #1)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (last appearance in issue #51)
Intro: Zborra (a reptilian Green Lantern; next appears in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #155), Charles Vicker, Roger Vicker (dies in this story), Vornik (in flashback; only appearance)
Villains: Al Magone, Gmane Tenavor, Ashez, and other prisoners of the Guardians (first appearance for all), the Magone Gang (including Chug-Chug and Bowie; in flashback; first and only appearance), Gagaran (first appearance; dies in this story), a tree-being, Furine (first and only appearance for both)
Comments: Story continues in next issue.
 The deaths of thirteen Green Lanterns, including Davo Yull and Chogar of Tyraea, are announced in this story.
Synopsis: The killing of a stand-in Green Lantern on a TV show leads the real Green Lantern and an actor portraying him into a cosmic battle between the Green Lantern Corps and its enemies from the Prison Planet, who are armed with ring-nullifying energy.

Green Lantern No. 56
October 1967
Cover: Green Lantern vs. Ashez //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “The Green Lanterns’ Fight For Survival” (23 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Artist: Gil Kane
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in THE FLASH #175)
GS: Charles Vicker (becomes a Green Lantern in this story; next appears in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #1), Tomar-Re (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #80)
GA: Katma Tui (next appears in SUPERMAN #247), Chaselon (next appears in METAL MEN #54), Medphyl (next appears in DC SPECIAL SERIES #1), Green Lantern Corps (next appear in issue #90)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (next appear in issue #58)
Villains: Al Magone, Ashez, Gmane Tenavor, other alien criminals (last appearance for all), Dalbo (a robot; first appearance; destroyed in this story), Zuraldo (first and only appearance)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern and the Justice League witness the second Superman / Flash race in THE FLASH #175.
Synopsis: The Green Lantern Corps continues to battle Al Magone’s forces in a fight for their survival.

Green Lantern No. 57
December 1967
Cover: Green Lantern standing between Earth and Major Disaster’s hand //Glil Kane / Sid Greene (signed)
Story: “The Catastrophic Weapons of Major Disaster” (23 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Artist: Gil Kane
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in THE FLASH #175; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #59)
Supporting Character: Mr. Lawford
Intro: Jonas Parnell, Miss Hedricks (only appearance for both)
Villains: Major Disaster (last appearance in issue #43; next appears in KARATE KID #2), Chuck and his gang (first and only appearance for all)
Comments: Hal Jordan works as an insurance salesman in this story only.
 Shortly after this story Green Lantern briefly appears with the Justice League in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #59.
Synopsis: Hal Jordan sells insurance in High City to help his firm meet its quota, and his customers end up avoiding incredible disasters in incredible ways--which leads Green Lantern into a battle against Major Disaster.

Green Lantern No. 58
January 1968
Cover: Green Lantern and a monstrous double of himself //Gil Kane / Sid Greene (signed)
Story: “Peril of the Powerless Green Lantern” (23 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterers: Joe Letterese (title logo), Jon D’Agostino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #59 / 60)
Supporting Characters: Eve Doremus (first appearance), Mark Doremus (first appearance; next appears in issue #64), Mrs. Doremus, Buddy Doremus (first and only appearance for both), Guardians of the Universe (last appearance in issue #56)
Villains: A gang of crooks (first and only appearance)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League and Batgirl fight the Queen Bee in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #60.
Synopsis: A defect in his Power Ring transmits other people’s emotions to Green Lantern, so the Guardians take his ring back for a checkup, leaving him super-powerless when facing a gang of crooks.

Green Lantern No. 59
March 1968
Cover: Guy Gardner as a Green Lantern with Power Battery standing over fallen Green Lantern //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “Earth’s Other Green Lantern” (23 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Green Lantern (between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #60 / 61; origin retold in flashback)
GS: Abin Sur (in flashback; isochronally with SHOWCASE #22)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (next appear in issue #63)
Intro: Guy Gardner (the alternate choice for Green Lantern of Earth; last chronological appearance in SECRET ORIGINS (3rd series) #7;  next appears in issue #87)
Cameo appearances: Sonar, the Shark, Black Hand, Dr. Polaris, Sinestro, a gang of spies, the Gherans (including Gor; first and only appearance; all in an alternate universe scenario)
Comments: Guy Gardner dies in an alternate universe; becomes stand-by Green Lantern of Earth in this story.
 Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight Dr. Destiny and a team of villains (including the Tattooed Man) in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #61.
Synopsis: Green Lantern learns that there was an alternate choice for Green Lantern of Earth, a schoolteacher named Guy Gardner, and learns of Guy’s possible fate had he actually taken the ring from Abin Sur.

Green Lantern No. 60
April 1968
Cover: Green Lantern and silhouette of the Lamplighter //Gil Kane / Murphy Anderson
Story: “Spotlight on the Lamplighter” (23 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Joe Letterese
Feature Character: Green Lantern (between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #61 / 62)
Supporting Character: Mr. Lawford
Intro: Arthur Blount, Cindy Corbett, Mr. Talbot, Jabez Morley, Ted, Gloria (only appearance for all)
Villain: The Lamplighter (Dr. Lee Carver; first and only appearance)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight the Pyrotekniks and the Bulletteers in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #62.
Synopsis: Green Lantern encounters the Lamplighter, a masked crook whose jeweled cane has matter-transforming properties.

Green Lantern No. 61
June 1968
Cover: Green Lantern berating Earth-2 Green Lantern //Gil Kane / Sid Greene
Story: “Thoroughly Modern Mayhem” (23 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Mike Friedrich
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Joe Letterese
Feature Character: Green Lantern (between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #62 / 63)
GS: Green Lantern of Earth-2 (last appearance in issue #52; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #64)
Intro: Sally Fadden, Tommy Saunders (only appearance for both)
Villains: Captain Challenge, Johnny Halliday and his gang, various crooks (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight the Key in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #63.
Synopsis: After his home is burgled, the Green Lantern of Earth-2 orders his power ring to get rid of all the evil in the world, with disastrous results.

Green Lantern No. 62
July 1968
Cover: Green Lantern, attacked by crooks, throwing his ring away //Jack Sparling (signed)
Story: “Steal Small--Rob Big” (23 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Jack Sparling
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Joe Letterese
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #63; next appears in ACTION COMICS #365)
Supporting Characters: Mr. Lawford, Eve Doremus
Villains: Jax, Chubbs, Benny, and other crooks (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Shortly after this story, Green Lantern helps the Justice League and Supergirl mourn the apparent death of Superman and substitute for him in ACTION COMICSS #365-366.
Synopsis: Green Lantern investigates the mystery of how crooks are able to make fabulous heists after just stealing a button, a shoe, and an empty jewel box.

Green Lantern No. 63
September 1968
Cover: Green Lantern divided in half between two sides of the world //Neal Adams
Story: “This Is the Way the World Ends” (23 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Jack Sparling
Inker: Sid Greene
Letterer: Joe Letterese
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in ACTION COMICS #366; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #65)
Supporting Characters: Jim Jordan, Sue Jordan (both between issues #63 / 71), Howard Jordan (last appearance in issue #63; last appearance), Guardians of the Universe (last appearance in issue #59)
Intro: Annie, her mother, a gardner, Teira (only appearance for all)
Villains: Gracchus (first appearance; dies in this story), High Council of Ort (only appearance; in flashback)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League and Red Tornado defeat T. O. Morrow in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #65.
Synopsis: Green Lantern is teleported back to the pre-human past of Earth by a scientist who wishes him to help him eradicate all life on the planet.

Green Lantern No. 64
October 1968
Cover: Green Lantern blasted by four laser rings //Mike Sekowsky / Joe Giella
Story: “Death To Green Lantern” (23 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Mike Sekowsky
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Joe Letterese
Feature Character: Green Lantern (between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #65 / 66)
Supporting Characters: A Guardian of the Universe (Guardians next appear in issue #68), Mark Doremus, Eve Doremus
Intro: Dovey, Moon, Windy (only appearance for all)
Villains: Hector Hammond (last appearance in issue #34; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #104), Silver Skeates, Torchy Thomas, Franky Steiner, Natty Nick Natwick (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight Generallisimo Demmy Gog in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #66.
Synopsis: Green Lantern is bathed by radiations that cause him to become so bored, he takes up vandalism...and is stripped of his Power Ring by the Guardians.

Green Lantern No. 65
December 1968
Cover: Green Lantern in a sandstorm on a city street //Mike Sekowsky / Joe Giella
Story: “Dry Up--And Die” (23 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Mike Sekowsky
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Joe Letterese
Feature Character: Green Lantern (between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #65 / 68)
Supporting Characters: Eve Doremus, Dr. Neal Emerson (separated from Dr. Polaris in this story; last appearance)
Villains: Dr. Polaris (last appearance in issue #47; next appears in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #260), various crooks (first and only appearance), an alien blob (first appearance; destroyed in this story)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League battle Neverwas in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #68.
Synopsis: Dr. Neal Emerson discovers the plot of a glowing blob in Canada to try to dehydrate the world, and sends his evil Dr. Polaris self to summon Green Lantern to the scene.

Green Lantern No. 66
January 1969
Cover: Green Lantern pelted by fruit thrown by youngsters in 58th Century //Mike Sekowsky / Murphy Anderson
Story: “5708 A.D....A Nice Year To Visit, But I Wouldn’t Want To Live Then” (23 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Mike Sekowsky
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Morris Waldinger
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #68)
Supporting Characters: Chairman Dasor, Iona Vane, Solar Council (all between issues #51 / 136)
Villains: The Great Computer, Gudron, Vortan (first appearance for all; all destroyed in this story)
Synopsis: Green Lantern is summoned to the 58th Century again to deal with the problem of a populance that sees no reason to work, and an overlord named Gudron.

Green Lantern No. 67
March 1969
Cover: Bill Baggett vs. Green Lantern //Dick Giordano
Story: “Green Lantern Does His Ring-Thing” (13 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciller: Dick Dillin
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Ben Oda
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #70)
Intro: Mr. Smithson (only appearance)
Villains: Bill Baggett (between issues #18 / 101), various crooks (first and only appearance)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League and the Creeper fight aliens and crooks in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #70.
Synopsis: Bill Baggett, freed from jail, begins using his will power to tap into Green Lantern’s power ring to make himself an illegal fortune.

Story: “The First Green Lantern” (10 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Gardner Fox
Artist: Sid Greene
Letterer: Joe Letterese
Feature: Tales of the Power Ring
Intro: Rori Dag (becomes Green Lantern of Rojira and the first Green Lantern), Karalla, the Jirenn (only appearance for all)
Villains: Korad and other Rulanns (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: This is the first and only Tale of the Power Ring.
Synopsis: A world of warlike starfish-creatures and peaceful humanoids separated by a fiery barrier faces disaster when the starfish find a passageway from their land, but a Guardian appears to one of the humanoids and gives him the opportunity to become the first Green Lantern.

Green Lantern No. 68
April 1969
Cover: Hal Jordan near gravestone on which he has placed his uniform and power battery //Gil Kane (signed)
Story: “I Wonder Where the Yellow Went?”  (25 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Feature Character: Green Lantern (between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #70 / 71)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (between issues #64 / 70), Eve Doremus, Mr. Lawford, Mark Doremus (last appearance for all)
Villains: Commander Calibax and his space pirates, Winky Eiler’s gang (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight Commander Blanx in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #71.
Synopsis: Green Lantern accepts the gift of a filter for his ring which allows him to affect yellow, but it also has a booby-trap effect on himself.

Green Lantern No. 69
June 1969
Cover: Green Lantern watching Kyra unmask //Gil Kane
Story: “If Earth Fails the Test, It Means War” (23 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Wally Wood
Letterer: Ben Oda
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #71)
Supporting Character: Carol Ferris (between issues #49 / 73)
Intro: Kyra, Tarkro, other Hegorians (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Hal Jordan leaves his insurance claims adjuster job in this story.
 This story mentions an unchronicled team-up of Green Lantern with Tomar-Re.
Synopsis: Green Lantern encounters a group of alien students out to start a revolution on their homeworld, after trying their tactics out on Earth.

Green Lantern No. 70
July 1969
Cover: Hilar and crowd standing over fallen Green Lantern //Gil Kane (signed)
Story: “A Funny Thing Happened On the Way To Earth” (24 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Joe Letterese
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Character: A Guardian of the Universe (between issues #68 / 72)
Intro: Hilar, Ghyrians, Jerry Daye, Bill Knight, Mr. Garson (only appearance for all)
Villains: Piper, Crusty, Johno (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Hal Jordan becomes a travelling salesman for the Merlin Toy Company in this story.
Synopsis: An alien toy comes to Earth with one mission: to make people laugh--but the aftereffects of its powers draw Green Lantern to the scene.

Green Lantern No. 71
September 1969
Cover: Green Lantern and outstretched hands //Gil Kane (signed)
Story: “The City That Died” (14 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: John Costanza
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Intro: Mr. Wilson (only appearance), Olivia Reynolds (next appears in THE FLASH #191)
Villains: A gang of crooks
Synopsis: Green Lantern investigates a blackout that causes all electrical power in Solar City, including that in human brains, to stop dead.

Story: “Hip Jordan Makes the Scene” (9 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Dick Dillin
Inker: Murphy Anderson
Letterer: Joe Letterese
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in THE FLASH #191)
Supporting Characters: Jim Jordan, Sue Jordan (both between issues #63 / 101), Jack Jordan (last appearance in issue #44; next appears in ACTION COMICS #488), Titus Thomas Jordan (last appearance for both in issue #44; last appearance for both), Steven Jordan and his mother, other Jordan family members (first and only appearance for all)
Villains: Doug “Hip” Jordan (Hal’s cousin), the Black Scooter Gang (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern teams with the Flash to unravel the mystery of Olivia Reynolds in THE FLASH #191, then helps the Justice League, Hawkgirl, and Red Tornado battle Cthonic Demons in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #72, then helps the Justice League and Justice Society fight Aquarius in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #73-74, then helps the Justice League fight Dr. Light and learns his fellow members= identities in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #122.
Synopsis: During a Jordan family reunion, black-sheep relation Doug “Hip” Jordan turns up and attempts to steal a Rolls-Royce, and Sue Jordan forces her husband Jim to don a Green Lantern costume and pursue--which gets him clouted unconscious, and the real GL on the trail.

Green Lantern No. 72
October 1969
Cover: Green Lantern defeated by Verdees //Gil Kane (signed)
Story: “Phantom of the Space-Opera” (23 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: John Costanza
Feature Character: Green Lantern (between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #122 / 75)
Supporting Character: A Guardian of the Universe
Intro: The Verdees, Captain Hektor, cast of a space-opera (only appearance for all)
Villains: Du-Quesne, Wagnorians (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight the Joker in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #75, then attends the mock funeral of Superman in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #189.
Synopsis: Green Lantern is assigned to keep the peace during a space-opera performance attended by two rival alien races, the warlike Wagnorians and the gypsyish Verdees.

Green Lantern No. 73
December 1969
Cover: Green Lantern and Star Sapphire //Gil Kane (signed)
Story: “From Space Ye Came--and To Space Ye Shall Return” (23 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Mike Friedrich
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Murphy Anderson
Letterer: John Costanza
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #189)
Supporting Character: Thomas Kalmaku (last appearance in issue #53)
Cameo appearances: Humphrey Bogart, Peter Lorre, Clark Gable, Stan Laurel, Boris Karloff, and other classic Hollywood stars
Villain: Star Sapphire (last appearance, as Carol Ferris, in issue #69)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
 Green Lantern reveals that he moved to Coast City after leaving the Air Force in this story.
Synopsis: Green Lantern returns to Coast City to see some old faces, including those of Pieface, Carol Ferris--and Star Sapphire, who strands Hal Jordan in space.

Green Lantern No. 74
January 1970
Cover: Sinestro standing over Thomas Kalmaku and Green Lantern //Gil Kane (signed)
Story: “Lost In Space--Lost On Earth” (23 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Mike Friedrich
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Murphy Anderson
Letterer: Joe Letterese
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Character: Thomas Kalmaku (next appears in issue #93), Terga Kalmaku (between issues #52 / 134), Keith Talmaku (Thomas’s and Terga’s son; first appearance; next appears in issue #134)
Villains: Sinestro (between issues #52 / 82), Star Sapphire (next appears, as Carol Ferris, in issue #83)
Comment: In this story, Carol Ferris learns that she is also Star Sapphire.
Synopsis: Sinestro reveals that he is the new empowerer of Star Sapphire, whom he teams up with to battle Green Lantern.  But Star Sapphire has other plans.

Green Lantern No. 75
March 1970
Cover: Green Lantern holding worlds of Earth and Qward apart //Gil Kane (signed)
Story: “The Golden Obelisk of Qward” (23 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Gil Kane
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Joe Letterese
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #78)
Supporting Character: Olivia Reynolds (last appearance in THE FLASH #191; last appearance)
Intro: Dr. Eli Bently, Mr. Carey, two minstrels (only appearance for all), a resistance fighter (dies in this story)
Villains: Kiman (last appearance in issue #4; next appears in DC COMICS PRESENTS #6), Weaponers of Qward (last appearance in issue #18; next appear in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #125)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight the Doomsters in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #78-79 and Norch Lor in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #80.
Synopsis: Green Lantern learns that Olivia Reynolds is ill, which endangers the entire race of Lenglyns which depends on her U-Mind.  Thus, with a doctor who insists on following, he searched for an antidote in the anti-matter universe of Qward.

Green Lantern No. 76
April 1970
Cover: Green Lantern charging his ring as Green Arrow shoots an arrow through his power battery //Neal Adams
Story: “No Evil Shall Escape My Sight” (23 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Artist: Neal Adams
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Tatjana Wood
Feature Characters: Green Latnern, Green Arrow (last appearance for both in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #80.
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (last appearance in issue #68), Appa Alli Apsa (first appearance as a distinct character; the Earthbound Guardian)
Intro: Jeremy Tine (only appearance)
Cameo appearances: Martin Luther King, Bobby Kennedy
Villains: Jubal Slade and his henchmen (first and only appearance for both)
Comments: With this issue, Green Arrow becomes a co-star in Green Lantern’s strip through issue #123.
 Story continues in the next issue.
Synopsis: In Star City, Green Arrow shows Green Lantern that he has missed some “evil” in his career, particularly as it relates to civil rights, and GL makes a life-changing decision.

Green Lantern No. 77
June 1970
Cover: Green Lantern and Green Arrow vs. men of Desolation //Neal Adams
Story: “Journey To Desolation” (23 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Neal Adams
Inker: Frank Giacoia
Letterer: John Costanza
Feature Characters: Green Lantern, Green Arrow (both next appear in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #81)
Supporting Characters: A Guardian of the Universe (next appears, with the rest of the Guardians, in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #81), Appa Ali Apsa
Intro: Johnny Walden (only appearance)
Cameo appearance: Black Canary
Villains: Slapper Soames and his men (including Jacob; first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Shortly after this story, Hal Jordan and Oliver Queen briefly appear in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #81, then Green Lantern briefly appears with the Justice League in THE FLASH #199.
Synopsis: Green Lantern, Green Arrow, and the Guardian travel to a mountain town whose oppressed inhabitants are trying to stop a young singer from being executed by the town boss--which may get them cut down like ripe wheat by the boss’s thugs.

Green Lantern No. 78
July 1970
Cover: Green Lantern vs. Joshua; Green Arrow restraining Black Canary //Neal Adams
Story: “A Kind of Loving, a Way of Death” (24 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Neal Adams
Inker: Frank Giacoia
Letterer: John Costanza
Feature Characters: Green Lantern (last appearance in THE FLASH #199), Green Arrow (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #81)
GS: Black Canary (last appearance in THE FLASH #199)
Supporting Character: Appa Ali Apsa
Intro: An Indian restaurant owner
Cameo appearances: Superman, Green Lantern, Black Canary, and Wonder Woman of Earth-2, Flash, Batman, Superman, Hawkman, Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Larry Lance (in flashback)
Villains: Joshua (first appearance; dies in this story) and his followers, the Demons (a motorcycle gang; first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: Black Canary falls into the hands of a mesmerizing mountain messiah who prepares people for a race war, and Green Lantern and Green Arrow must find a way to rescue and deprogram her.

Green Lantern No. 79
September 1970
Cover: Green Arrow and Indians vs. Green Lantern //Neal Adams
Story: “Ulysses Star Is Still Alive” (22 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Neal Adams
Inker: Dan Adkins
Letterer: John Costanza
Feature Characters: Green Lantern (next appears in THE FLASH #189), Green Arrow (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #82)
GA: Black Canary (next appears in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #91)
Supporting Character: Appa Ali Apsa
Intro: Abraham Starr, Congressman Sullivan (only appearance for both)
Other Character: The Indian restaurant owner (last appearance)
Villains: Theodore Pudd, Pierre O’Rourke, other lumbermen (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Shortly after this story, Black Canary teams with Batman to fight the Collector in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #91 and briefly appears with Green Lantern in THE FLASH #199.  Then Green Lantern, Green Arrow, and Black Canary help the Justice League and Justice Society battle Creator2 in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #82-83.  Then Black Canary helps the Justice League fight Nether Man in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #84.
Synopsis: Green Lantern and Green Arrow strive in their separate ways to rally a tribe of Indians against a group of exploitative lumbermen...one, by trying to find a land deed granted to long-dead tribal chief Ulysses Star, the other by trying to convince the tribe he is Ulysses Star.
 

Green Lantern No. 80
October 1970
Cover: “Newspaper photo” of Green Lantern, Green Arrow, and Appa Ali Apsa on trial //Neal Adams
Story: “Even an Immortal Can Die” (22 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Neal Adams
Inker: Dick Giordano
Letterer: John Costanza
Feature Characters: Green Lantern, Green Arrow (last appearance for both in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #83)
Supporting Characters: Appa Ali Apsa, Guardians of the Universe (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #81)
Intro: The Tribune of Gallo (only appearance)
Villains: The master mechanic of Gallo, various robots (first and only appearance for all), Serbus (first appearance; destroyed in this story)
Synopsis: Green Lantern, Green Arrow, and the Guardian are summoned by the Guardians of the Universe to stand trial for a rules violation, and find that the trial planet of Gallo is ruled by a master mechanic who controls a robot jury.

Green Lantern No. 81
December 1970
Cover: Green Lantern, Green Arrow, Black Canary, and the “population explosion” //Neal Adams
Story: “Death Be My Destiny” (22 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Neal Adams
Inker: Dick Giordano
Letterer: John Costanza
Feature Characters: Green Lantern, Green Arrow
GS: Black Canary (last appearance in  JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #84)
Supporting Characters:  Appa Ali Apsa (becomes mortal in this story; next appears in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #174), Guardians of the Universe (next appear in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #198)
Intro: Maltusians (next appear in issue #?)
Villains: Mother Juna and her “children” (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: The “Quest For America” ends in this issue.
Synopsis: The Guardian companion of Green Lantern and Green Arrow is mortalized by his brethren and sent with the heroes to the world of Maltus, from which the Guardians originally sprang, and which is now threatened by an artificial population explosion caused by Mother Juna.

Green Lantern No. 82
February-March 1971
Cover: Green Lantern and Green Arrow vs. Harpies //Neal Adams
Story: “How Do You Fight a Nightmare?”  (22 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Neal Adams
Inkers: Dick Giordano, Berni Wrightson (pg. 13 only)
Letterer: John Costanza
Feature Characters: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #87), Green Arrow (next appears in THE FLASH #204)
GS: Black Canary (next appears in THE FLASH #204)
Villains: Sinestro (last appearance in issue #74; next appears in THE FLASH #222), the Witch-Queen (Sinestro’s sister), the High Priestess, the Amazons (not to be confused with the Amazons appearing in WONDER WOMAN; first and only appearance for all), the Harpies (first and only appearance for all, except for one who next appears in ACTION COMICS #443)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight the heroes of Angor in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #87, then Green Arrow and Black Canary help the Justice League aid Iris West in THE FLASH #204, then Green Lantern, Green Arrow, and Black Canary help the Justice League fight the people of Mu in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #88, then Green Lantern and Superman (with Green Arrow guest-starring) fight Felix Faust in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #201.
Synopsis: Green Lantern is sent by Sinestro and his sister to a dimension of Harpies and Amazons, ruled by a snake-headed queen called Medusa, and Black Canary must follow to try to free him.

Green Lantern No. 83
April-May 1971
Cover: Grandy, Green Lantern, Green Arrow, and the shadow of Sybil //Neal Adams
Story: “And a Child Shall Destroy Them” (22 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Neal Adams
Inker: Dick Giordano
Letterer: John Costanza
Feature Characters: Green Lantern, (last appearance  in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #201; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #89), Green Arrow (last appearance in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #201; next appears in SUPERMAN #236)
GS: Black Canary (next appears in SUPERMAN #236)
Supporting Character: Carol Ferris (last appearance in issue #74; becomes crippled and learns Green Lantern’s secret identity in this story)
Intro: Jason Belmore (only appearance; Carol Ferris’s former fiancé)
Cameo appearance: Alfred Hitchcock (as a postman)
Villains: Grandy (first appearance; dies in this story), Sybil (first and only appearance)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Arrow and Black Canary hear the story of Dr. Mo-De from Superman in SUPERMAN #236, then Green Lantern, Green Arrow, and Black Canary become involved with Harlequin Ellis in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #89.
Synopsis: Carol Ferris is crippled by a little girl with psychokinetic powers under the control of an evil man, and Green Lantern, Green Arrow, and Black Canary investigate, coming into contact with the former fiancé of Carol.

Green Lantern No. 84
June-July 1971
Cover: Green Lantern and Green Arrow bound and surrounded; photomontage of Carmine Infantino //Neal Adams and Jack Adler (photomontage)
Story: “Peril in Plastic” (22 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Neal Adams
Inker: Berni Wrightson
Letterer: John Costanza
Feature Characters: Green Lantern, Green Arrow
GA: Dinah Drake Lance (Black Canary; next appears in issue #86)
Supporting Character: Carol Ferris (next appears in issue #89)
Intro: Dr. Wilbur Palm (only appearance)
Villains: Black Hand (last appearance in issue #39; next appears in THE FLASH #258) and his henchmen (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: Green Lantern saves the company town of Piper’s Dell from disaster, not knowing it is controlled by his old enemy, Black Hand.

Green Lantern No. 85
August-September 1971
Cover: Green Lantern and Green Arrow seeing Speedy using heroin //Neal Adams
Story: “Snowbirds Don’t Fly” (22 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Artist: Neal Adams
Letterer: John Costanza
Feature Characters: Green Lantern, Green Arrow
GS: Roy Harper (Speedy; last appearance in TEEN TITANS #?)
Intro: Chucky (only appearance), Soo, and another youth
Villains: Mr. Browden and other drug dealers (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: This story continues in next issue.
 This is the first 52-page, 25-cent giant-sized issue, which continues through issue #89.
Synopsis: Green Lantern and Green Arrow run across a drug dealer when one of his “clients” hits Oliver Queen in the shoulder with one of GA’s own arrows.  But neither suspect that Roy Harper, Queen’s ward, who has been missing for a month, has become a heroin addict.

Green Lantern No. 86
October-November 1971
Cover: Green Arrow carrying Roy Harper, Green Lantern raging, hypodermic needle, and faces of drug addicts //Neal Adams
Story: “They Say It’ll Kill Me, But They Won’t Say When” (25 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Neal Adams
Inker: Dick Giordano
Letterer: John Costanza
Feature Characters: Green Lantern, Green Arrow (next appears in Green Arrow story in next issue)
GS: Roy Harper (Speedy; next appears in ?), Dinah Drake Lance (Black Canary; next appears in Green Arrow story in next issue)
Intro: Mrs. Soo, Angie (only appearance for both)
Other Characters: Soo (dies in this story) and the other youth (last appearance)
Villains: Saloman Hooper, the Professor, other drug dealers (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: This issue contains a letter from Mayor John V. Lindsay of New York City.
Synopsis: Green Arrow tries to cope with the knowledge of Speedy’s addiction as he and Green Lantern work to track down the drug traffickers in Star City.  Meanwhile, Roy Harper tries to kick his heroin habit cold turkey.

Green Lantern No. 87
December 1971 / January 1972
Cover: John Stewart as Green Lantern over fallen Green Lantern (Hal Jordan) //Neal Adams
Story: “Beware My Power” (13 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Neal Adams
Inker: Dick Giordano
Letterer: John Costanza
Feature Characters: Green Lantern (next appears in Green Arrow story in this issue)
GA: Guy Gardner (last appearance in issue #59; next appears in flashback in SECRET ORIGINS (3rd series) #7)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (last appearance in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #199; next appear in SUPERMAN #247)
Intro: John Stewart (origin; becomes a stand-by Green Lantern in this story; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #110), Suzy Delancy (only appearance)
Villains: Two assassins, Sen. Jeremiah Clutcher (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: Guy Gardner is injured in an accident, and the Guardians have Green Lantern choose another emergency substitute for himself--who happens to be black.

Green Lantern No. 89
April-May 1972
Cover: Green Lantern and Green Arrow held by crowd as Isaac is crucified on plane //Neal Adams
Story: “And Through Him Save a World” (25 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Artist: Neal Adams
Letterer: John Costanza
Feature Characters: Green Lantern (last appearance in issue #87; next appears in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #100), Green Arrow (last appearance in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #207; next appears in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #100)
Supporting Character: Carol Ferris (last appearance in issue #84; next appears in SUPERMAN #261, as Star Sapphire)
Intro: Isaac (dies in this story), Barbie Dole
Villains: Barnaby Catts, Mr. Tyrone, other employees of Ferris Aircraft Company (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern, Green Arrow, and Black Canary team with Batman and Robin to fight Belknap in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #100.  Then Black Canary fights the Catwoman in ADVENTURE COMICS #418-419.  Then Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight the Pale People in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #90, then helps the Justice League, Justice Society, and Robin fight Solomon Grundy in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #91-92.  Then Green Arrow and Black Canary help the Justice League and Deadman fight the Society of Assassins in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #94 and Johnny Dune in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #95.  Then Green Lantern helps the Justice League begin their battle with Starbreaker in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #96 and is joined by Green Arrow and Black Canary in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #97-98.  Then Green Lantern and Black Canary help the Justice League fight Kur Sed and Bur Sed in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #99, after which Green Lantern teams with Superman to fight Uxor in SUPERMAN’S PAL, JIMMY OLSEN #151.  Then Green Lantern, Green Arrow, and Black Canary help the Justice League and Supergirl battle Gur in ADVENTURE COMICS #423 and help the Justice League, Justice Society, and Seven Soldiers of Victory battle the Iron Hand in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #100-102. Then Green Lantern attends the almost-wedding of Superman and Lois Lane in SUPERMAN’S GIRL FRIEND, LOIS LANE #128. Then Green Lantern and Green Arrow help the Justice League induct the Phantom Stranger and fight Felix Faust in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #103.
Synopsis: Green Lantern and Green Arrow try to aid (or capture) an ecological prankster / terrorist whose anti-pollution position puts him in conflict with workers and execs at Ferris Aircraft.

The Flash No. 217
August-September 1972
Story: AThe Killing of an Archer@ (10 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O=Neil
Penciller: Neal Adams
Inker: Dick Giordano
Feature Characters: Green Lantern, Green Arrow (last appearance for both in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #103)
GA: Dinah Lance (Black Canary; last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #102)
Villains: Ricky (first appearance; dies in this story) and his gang (first appearance for all)
Synopsis: Thanks to a blow on his injured arm impairing his aim, Green Arrow accidentally kills an opponent and renounces his superheroic identity.  Dinah Lance puts Green Lantern on his trail, but he becomes involved in battling the gang to which Green Arrow=s victim belonged, and all are caught in a bomb-blast.

The Flash No. 218
October-November 1972
Story: AGreen Arrow Is Dead@ (10 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O=Neil
Penciller: Neal Adams
Inker: Dick Giordano
Feature Characters: Green Lantern, Green Arrow
GS: Black Canary
Cameo appearance: Ricky (in flashback)
Intro: A monk
Villains: Sister Joshua and her followers (first and only appearance for all), Ricky=s gang (last appearance)
Synopsis: While Green Lantern goes on the search for his partner, Black Canary is taken prisoner by the followers of Sister Joshua and Green Arrow joins a monastery.

The Flash No. 219
December 1972 / January 1973
Story: AThe Fate of an Archer@ (10 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O=Neil
Penciller: Neal Adams
Inker: Dick Giordano
Feature Characters: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #104), Green Arrow (next appears in ACTION COMICS #421)
GS: Black Canary (next appears in ACTION COMICS #421)
Intro: Hanrahan (only appearance)
Other Character: The monk (last appearance)
Villains: A drugged driver, Rink Willard (first and only appearance for both)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight Shaggy Man in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #104.
Green Arrow=s and Black Canary=s appearances are tracked from this point on in the Green Arrow index.
Synopsis: After Black Canary is injured by a pilled-out driver, Green Lantern goes in search of the only man with the correct type of blood to give her a life-saving transfusion...Oliver Queen.

The Flash No. 220
February-March 1973
Story: ADuel For a Death-List@ (9 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O=Neil
Artist: Dick Giordano
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #104)
Intro: An alien (dies in this story)
Villain: An alien assassin (first appearance)
Synopsis: Heading towards a job interview in Phoenix, Arizona, Hal Jordan must become Green Lantern when an alien kills another of his race, and he finds his name on a list of persons marked for death.

The Flash No. 221
April-May 1973
Story: ADeath-Threat on Titan@ (9 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O=Neil
Artist: Dick Giordano
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in the Flash story in next issue)
Supporting Character: A Guardian of the Universe (last appearance in SUPERMAN #247; next appears in Flash story in next issue)
Villains: The alien assassin (last appearance) and his gang (first and only appearance for both)
Comments: Story continues from last issue.
Green Lantern=s ring is returned to its full power in this story and his leave of abscence is cancelled.
This story reveals that the power-elements of at least some Green Lanterns= rings (including Hal Jordan=s) are taken from ore mined on Titan, one of Saturn=s moons.  However, neither Kral of Titan (from the Superboy story in ADVENTURE COMICS #205) or any other Titanians appear in this story.
Shortly after this story, Green Lantern teams with Flash to fight Sinestro in the next issue.  Then he helps the Justice League induct the Elongated Man and the Red Tornado and fight T. O. Morrow in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #105-106.
Synopsis: Green Lantern learns that the aliens who have him marked for death are mining ore on Titan to be used in power rings.

The Flash No. 223
September-October 1973
Story: ADoomsday--Minus Ten Minutes@ (9 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O=Neil
Artist: Dick Giordano
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #106)
Intro: Gh=Dro (only appearance)
Synopsis: Green Lantern meets and fights an alien who took his power battery, not knowing the alien=s motives were honorable.

The Flash No. 224
November-December 1973
Story:  “Yellow Is a Dirty Little Color”  (7 pages)
Editor:  Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Artist:  Dick Giordano
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #107)
Intro: An Indiana policeman (only appearance)
Villains:  A shopkeeper and his accomplice (first and only appearance for both)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern briefly appears during the Justice League’s and Justice Society’s meeting with the Freedom Fighters in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #107-108, then appears briefly with the Justice League during Superman’s battle with Oxymaxias in ACTION COMICS #429, then helps Supergirl and the Justice League fight Medusa in SUPERGIRL #8, then teams with the Flash to fight Professor Zoom in next issue, then helps the Justice League battle Eclipso in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #109, briefly appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #110, and helps the Justice League determine criteria for Wonder Woman’s readmission in WONDER WOMAN #212 and fight the Injustice Gang in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #111, Amazo in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #112, and Effron in ACTION COMICS #437.
Synopsis:  Green Lantern appears to have disintegrated the stolen loot from a robbery with his power ring, until he deduces the reason why that could not have occurred.

The Flash No. 226
March-April 1974
Story:  “The Powerless Power Ring”  (8 pages)
Editor:  Julius Schwartz
Writer:  Denny O’Neil
Penciller:  Neal Adams
Inker: Dick Giordano
Feature Character:  Green Lantern (last appearance in ACTION COMICS #437)
Intro: A woman
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis:  After eating a dinner which includes mushrooms, Green Lantern finds his power ring malfunctioning.

The Flash No. 227
May-June 1974
Story:  “My Ring, My Enemy”  (8 pages)
Editor:  Julius Schwartz
Writer:  Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Dick Dillin
Inker: Dick Giordano
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Other Character: The woman (last appearance)
Villains: A gang of crooks (first and only appearance)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis:  Green Lantern, capturing a band of crooks in the forest, acts so obnoxiously and viciously that even he is surprised, and discovers a strange yellow explosion in the sky causes his good deeds with the ring to be balanced with evil ones.  Now, only he can save campers trapped by a fire, and only if he uses his power ring.

The Flash No. 228
July-August 1974
Story:  “My Enemy—Myself”  (8 pages)
Editor:  Julius Schwartz
Writer:  Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Dick Dillin
Inker:  Frank Giacoia
Feature Character:  Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #113)
Villains: Two aliens (first and only appearance)
Comments: Story continues from last issue.
 Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League and Justice Society capture Sandy in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #113, monitors Wonder Woman’s battle in WONDER WOMAN #214, then helps the Justice League fight Anakronus in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #114.
Synopsis:  Green Lantern discovers that two aliens were responsible for the yellow explosion that caused his ring to turn him evil.

The Flash No. 230
November-December 1974
Story: “The Man From Yesterday” (8 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Dick Dillin
Inker: Tex Blaisdell
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #114)
Other character: Aaron Burr (of Earth-One; last appearance in ACTION COMICS #319 (Supergirl story);  last chronological appearance in flashback in next issue)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Trailing robot brigands to a spaceship, Green Lantern is astonished to discover that he has to duel the early American historical figure, Aaron Burr.

The Flash No. 231
January-February 1975
Story: “The Man of Destiny” (8 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Dick Dillin
Inker: Tex Blaisdell
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #115)
Other Character: Alexander Hamilton (of Earth-One; in flashback; last appearance in ACTION COMICS #319 (Supergirl story); last appearance)
Intro: Aliens (in flashback; only appearance)
Villain: Ignatz (an android; first and only appearance)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight Korge in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #115 and the Queen Bee and her minions (including Sinestro) in ACTION COMICS #443, then teams with Superman to fight Sinestro in ACTION COMICS #444, then helps the Justice League fight the Equalizer in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #117.
Synopsis: Green Lantern learns that aliens abducted Aaron Burr and extended his life so that he could help bring order to their chaotic empire, while an alien-created duplicate was shot in the famous duel with Alexander Hamilton.  But Burr is attacked by his servant-android Ignatz, and Green Lantern seems unable to help him.

The Flash No. 233
May 1975
Story: “World That Bet On War” (7 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Dick Dillin
Inkers: Terry Austin, Dick Giordano
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #117)
Intro: Sarge and another soldier
Villains: Thrrll, Brrmm (first appearance for both)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Green Lantern gets sucked into a small war between two betting aliens, fought by a World War II American tank and a similar vehicle from another world.

The Flash No. 234
June 1975
Story: “And the Winner Is Death” (7 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Dick Dillin
Inkers: Terry Austin, Dick Giordano
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #118)
Other characters: Sarge and the other soldier (last appearance for both)
Villains: Thrrll (dies in this story), Brrmm (last appearance)
Comment: Shortly after this story, Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight the Adaptoids in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #118-119, then helps Supergirl, Batgirl, and the Justice League fight Lilibet Windsor in SUPERMAN FAMILY #171,  then helps the Justice League and Adam Strange fight Kanjar Ro in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #120-121, briefly appears in the Lois Lane story in SUPERMAN FAMILY #122, then helps the Flash and the Earth-Two Flash fight Vandal Savage in next issue, then helps the Justice League  fight Two-Face and the Weaponers of Qward in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #125-126 and the Anarchist in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #127, readmit Wonder Woman in WONDER WOMAN #222,  fight Nekron in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #128-129, and attend the resuscitation of Steve Trevor in WONDER WOMAN #223, then briefly appears (as Hal Jordan) in THE JOKER #7.
Synopsis: Green Lantern tries to keep the time-lost American tank crew and their alien counterparts from killing each other in the little war the aliens have created.

The Flash No. 237
November 1975
Story: “Let There Be Darkness” (7 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Mike Grell
Inker: Bill Draut
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in THE JOKER #7)
Supporting Character: A Guardian of the Universe (last appearance in issue #222)
Intro: Plant people of Zerbon (only appearance)
Villains: The Olys (first appearance)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Green Lantern, on assignment from a Guardian, encounters the warlike Olys, who tell him they have six tasks to accomplish.  The first task is the mass murder of the plant people of the planet Zerbon.

The Flash No. 238
December 1975
Story: “The Day of the Falling Sky” (7 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Mike Grell
Inker: Tex Blaisdell
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in issue #240)
Supporting Characters: A Guardian of the Universe (next appears in issue #241), Itty (an Ayrie; first appearance; next appears in issue #240)
Intro: The Ayrie (only appearance)
Villains: Ravagers of Olys (next appear in issue #240)
Comment: Story continues in issue #240.
Synopsis: Green Lantern encounters the Olys a second time when the latter try to destroy an artifical world that is home to the Ayrie race.

The Flash No. 240
March 1976
Story: “The Floods Will Come” (7 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Mike Grell
Inker: Tex Blaisdell
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in issue #238)
Supporting Character: Itty (last appearance in issue #238)
Intro: The Archosians (only appearance)
Villains: Ravagers of Olys (last appearance in issue #238)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Green Lantern next encounters the Ravagers of Olys as they attempt to flood a planet.

The Flash No. 241
May 1976
Story: “To Kill a Star” (7 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Mike Grell
Inker: Tex Blaisdell
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Characters: A Guardian of the Universe (last appearance in issue #238; next appears in GREEN LANTERN #90), Itty
Intro: Jothamites (only appearance)
Villains: Ravagers of Olys
Comment: Story continues in the next issue.
Synopsis: Green Lantern attempts to stop the Ravagers of Olys from destroying a sun.

The Flash No. 242
June 1976
Story: “All Creatures Great and Small” (7 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Mike Grell
Inker: Tex Blaisdell
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Character: Itty
Villains: Ravagers of Olys
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Green Lantern combats the Ravagers in their fifth attempt at world-destruction, this time targetting Earth.

The Flash No. 243
August 1976
Story: “Dust of the Earth” (7 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Mike Grell
Inker: Terry Austin
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in GREEN LANTERN #90)
Supporting Character: Itty (next appears in issue #245)
Villains: Ravagers of Olys (last appearance), a Federation representative (in flashback; first and only appearance)
Comment: Story continues from last issue.
Synopsis: After learning the reasons for the Ravagers’ attack on various worlds, Green Lantern is hit by one of their ray-weapons and devolved into a caveman.

Green Lantern No. 90
August-September 1976
Cover: Green Lantern and Green Arrow //Mike Grell (signed)
Story: “Those Who Worship Evil’s Might” (18 pages)
Editor, writer: Denny O’Neil
Artist: Mike Grell
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Feature Characters: Green Lantern (last appearance in THE FLASH #243; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #132), Green Arrow (last appearance in WONDER WOMAN #223; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #132)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (last appearance in SUPERMAN #257, except for one who appeared in THE FLASH #241), Green Lantern of Vulcan (first appearance; next appears in issue #97), Green Lantern Corps (between issues #56 / 93; origin details revealed in flashback)
Intro: The Hallas (in flashback; only appearance)
Villain: Jinn (first and only appearance)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight Sonar and the Queen Bee in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #132 and briefly appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #133, then helps the Justice League, Justice Society, Squadron of Justice, and Marvel Family fight King Kull and his minions in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #135, 137.
 Green Lantern and the rest of the Corps receive improved power rings from the Guardians in this story.
Synopsis: Green Lantern and Green Arrow rescue an alien escapee from his pursuers.  But when the Emerald Gladiator takes the alien to his destination, he finds he has saved a criminal.

The Flash No. 245
November 1976
Story: “Perilous Plan of the Plant-Master” (7 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Dick Dillin
Inker: Terry Austin
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #137)
Supporting Character: Itty (last appearance in issue #243)
Villain: The Floronic Man (Jason Woodrue; appearance and identity changed in this story; last appearance in THE ATOM #24)
Synopsis: Green Lantern stumbles across a war between plants staged by plantmaster Jason Woodrue, who uses a special serum to change himself into a tree-being called the Floronic Man.

The Flash No. 246
January 1977
Story: “Fury of the Floronic Man” (7 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Dick Dillin
Inker: Terry Austin
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in GREEN LANTERN #91)
Supporting Character: Itty (next appears in GREEN LANTERN #92)
Villain: The Floronic Man (next appears in SUPER-TEAM FAMILY #14)
Comment: Story continues from last issue.
Synopsis: The Floronic Man manages to remove Green Lantern’s ring from his finger and attempts to enclose him in a covering of wood.

Green Lantern No. 91
October-November 1976
Cover: Green Lantern and Green Arrow vs. Sinestro //Ernie Chua / Frank Giacoia
Story: “The Revenge of the Renegade” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Artist: Mike Grell
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Feature Characters: Green Lantern (last appearance in THE FLASH #246), Green Arrow (last appearance in DETECTIVE COMICS #466)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (next appear in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #140)
Intro: Yolanda, Abraxis, an alien Green Lantern (only appearance for all)
Villains: Sinestro (last appearance in ACTION COMICS #444)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: After a brief battle in space, Sinestro comes to Earth to bait a trap for Green Lantern with Green Arrow.

Green Lantern No. 92
December 1976 / January 1977
Cover: Green Arrow, a knight, Green Lantern, Sinestro, Maid Marion //Mike Grell
Story: “The Legend of the Green Arrow” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Mike Grell
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Feature Characters: Green Lantern, Green Arrow (both next appear in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #139)
Intro: Maid Marion (only appearance), the Silver Twist (a time-travel device)
Villains: Sinestro (next appears in SECRET SOCIETY OF SUPER-VILLAINS #1), Prince Yuan (first and only appearance)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight Kanjar Ro in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #139, then fights the Secret Society of Super-Villains in SECRET SOCIETY OF SUPER-VILLAINS #2-5 and DC SPECIAL #27, then helps the Justice League fight Captain Cold and other villains in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #139, teams with Batman to fight Niklos Vakla in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #134, then helps the Justice League battle the Manhunters in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #140-141, then teams with Superman and Flash to fight Terra-Man in ACTION COMICS #470.
Synopsis: Sinestro escapes and uses a strange phenomenon called the Silver Twist to teleport himself, Green Lantern, and Green Arrow to a medaeval world.

DC Super-Stars No. 14
May-June 1977
Cover: Gorilla Grodd, Two-Face, Dr. Light, Hawkman, Green Lantern //Jim Aparo (signed)
Story: “G--As In Guardians, Green Lantern, and Gorilla Grodd” (14 pages)
Editor: Paul Levitz
Writer: Bob Rozakis
Penciller: Rich Buckler
Inker: Bob Layton
Letterer: Bill Morse
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in ACTION COMICS #470; next appears in ADVENTURE COMICS #451)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #141; next appear in DC SPECIAL SERIES #1), Solovar (in flashback; first chronological appearance; next chronological appearance in THE FLASH #106), Thomas Kalmaku, Carol Ferris (both in flashback; both between GREEN LANTERN #2 / 3)
Cameo appearance: The Dryg (in flashback)
Other Charcters: Gorillas of Gorilla-City (in flashback; first chronological appearance; next chronological appearance in THE FLASH #106)
Villain: Gorilla Grodd (in flashback; first chronological appearance; next chronological appearance in THE FLASH #106)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern briefly appears in the Aquaman story in ADVENTURE COMICS #451, then helps the Justice League fight The Construct in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #142-143.
Synopsis: Summoned by the Guardians of the Universe, Green Lantern learns how he brought the gorillas of Gorilla-City to Earth from the planet Calor, and was the first human to fight Grodd, without consciously remembering it.

Green Lantern No. 93
February-March 1977
Cover: Green Lantern blasted by spaceship; Green Arrow vignette //Mike Grell
Story: “War Against the World-Builders” (19 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Mike Grell
Inker: Terry Austin
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Feature Characters: Green Lantern, Green Arrow (last appearance for both in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #143)
GA: Dinah Lance (Black Canary; last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #143), Green Lantern Corps (last appearance in issue #90; next appear in DC SPECIAL SERIES #1)
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris (last appearance in THE FLASH #235), Itty (last appearance in THE FLASH #246), Thomas Kalmaku (last appearance in issue #74), a Guardian of the Universe
Intro: Abner (only appearance)
Villains: The “World-Builders” (unnamed aliens; first and only appearance), Harry and other Federal Intelligence Agency (FIA) agents (first appearance for all)
Comment: Story continues in part in the next issue.
 This story takes place on Thanksgiving Day, 1976.
Synopsis: Green Lantern investigates a spacecraft which is abducting impoverished Earth people.

Green Lantern No. 94
April-May 1977
Cover: Green Arrow without beard, Col. Krisp’s hand, Black Canary bound, Green Lanern on viewscreen //Mike Grell (signed)
Story: “Lure For an Assassin” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Mike Grell
Inkers: Terry Austin, Dick Giordano
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Liz Berube
Feature Characters: Green Lantern, Green Arrow
GS: Black Canary,  John Stewart (Green Lantern; last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #110)
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris, Itty, Thomas Kalmaku (next appears in issue #122)
Villains: Col. Thaddeus Lucius Krisp (first appearance), Federal Intelligence Agency agents
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: As Green Lantern comes down with an unknown illness and Black Canary is captured, a government mastermind makes Green Arrow an offer he can’t refuse.

Green Lantern No. 95
June-July 1977
Cover: Green Arrow, fallen president, and Green Lantern //Mike Grell (signed)
Story: “Terminal For a Tragedy” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Mike Grell
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Colorist: Liz Berube
Feature Characters: Green Lantern, Green Arrow (both next appear in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #144)
GS: Black Canary (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #145), John Stewart (Green Lantern; next appears in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #3)
Supporting Character: Itty
Intro: A group of aliens (only appearance)
Other Character: President of the United States
Villains: Col. Krisp, Federal Intelligence Agency agents (including Joseph and Ralph; last appearance for all)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps tell Green Arrow the secret origin of the Justice League in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #144, then helps Superman, Batman, and Supergirl fight Faora Hu-Ul in ACTION COMICS #474,  then helps the Atom and Hawkman search for Carol Ferris in SUPER-TEAM FAMILY #12, then helps the Justice League fight the Secret Society of Super-Villains (including Sinestro) in DC SPECIAL SERIES #6, then briefly appears in ALL-STAR COMICS #68, then teams up with the Justice League, Justice Society, and Legion of Super-Heroes against Mordru and Abnegazar, Rath and Ghast in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #147-148, then helps Superman, Flash, and Supergirl fight Amalak and Nam-Ek in SUPERMAN #311, 312, and 314.  Synopsis: Green Lantern must face his deepest fears in order to cure his disease, and Green Arrow must agree to assassinate the president or see Black Canary killed.

DC Special Series No. 1 (Five-Star Super-Hero Spectacular)
1977
Story: “He Who Slaughters” (12 pages)
Editor: Paul Levitz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Artist: Joe Staton
Colorist: Liz Berube
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in SUPERMAN #214; next appears in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #246)
GS: Katma Tui (last appearance in SUPERMAN #247; next appears in GREEN LANTERN #96), Tomar-Re (last appearance in SUPERMAN #257; next appears in GREEN LANTERN #127), Stel (between GREEN LANTERN #55 / 127), Medphyl (between GREEN LANTERN #56 / 96), Green Lantern Corps (between GREEN LANTERN #93 / 96)
Intro: Salaak (?; next appearance in issue GREEN LANTERN #148)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (last appearance in DC SUPER-STARS #14; next appear in GREEN LANTERN #96)
Villains: An alien and his father (first appearance for both; both die in this story)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern is among the Justice Leaguers briefly taken in by the Parasite’s plot in the Superman / Batman story in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #246.
Synopsis: A misunderstanding pits Green Lantern and an ancient alien against each other while a black hole threatens Oa.

Green Lantern No. 96
August-September 1977
Cover: Green Lantern and Green Arrow vs. winged creature; Katma Tui fallen //Mike Grell (signed)
Story: “How Can an Immortal Die?”  (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Mike Grell
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Green Lantern, Green Arrow (last appearance for both in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #246)
GS: Black Canary (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #148), Katma Tui, Medphyl, Green Lantern Corps (last appearance for all in DC SPECIAL SERIES #1),  Green Lantern of Aeros, Green Lantern of Rojira (both between issues #11 / 127)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (one of whom dies in this story; last appearance in DC SPECIAL SERIES #1), Itty, Carol Ferris
Villain: The Mocker (Ffa’rzz; first appearance; voice only)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Katma Tui comes wounded to Earth and summons Green Lantern to a mission in space, which, she warns, bodes danger for the Guardians of the Universe.

Green Lantern No. 97
October 1977
Cover: Green Lantern charging his ring while Green Arrow appears in the power battery //Mike Grell (signed)
Story: “The Mystery of the Mocker” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Mike Grell
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Green Lantern, Green Arrow
GS: Black Canary, Katma Tui, Medphyl (next appears in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #155), Green Lantern Corps (next appear in issue #127)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe, Itty, Carol Ferris
Villains: The Mocker (first actual appearance),  Junior Musto and his henchmen, aliens (first appearance for all)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Green Arrow and Black Canary tackle terrorists on Earth while Green Lantern leads the Corps in opposing the Mocker--and is teleported back to Earth.

Green Lantern No. 98
November 1977
Cover: Green Arrow, Black Canary, “Larry Lance” monster, and Green Lantern //Mike Grell
Story: “Listen To the Mocking Bird” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Mike Grell
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Green Lantern, Green Arrow
GS: Black Canary, Katma Tui
Supporting Character: Itty
Cameo appearance: Larry Lance
Villains: The Mocker, Junior Musto, Musta Musto (first appearance), terrorists
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Katma Tui gets kidnapped by terrorists as the Mocker continues his war against Green Lantern, Green Arrow, and Black Canary.

Green Lantern No. 99
December 1977
Cover: Green Lantern vs. Green Arrow as Katma Tui watches //Mike Grell (signed)
Story: “We Are On the Edge of the Ultimate Ending” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Mike Grell
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #149), Green Arrow (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #150)
GS: Katma Tui (next appears in issue #107)
GA: Black Canary (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #150)
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris (next appears in issue #104), Itty, Guardians of the Universe (one next appears in METAL MEN #54)
Intro: Mac Bilanzo (only appearance)
Villain: The Mocker (next appears in issue #107)
Comment:   Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight the Key, the Star-Tsar, and Dr. Light in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #149-150.
 Hal Jordan becomes a trucker in this story.
Synopsis: Green Lantern, Katma Tui, and Green Arrow unravel the final mystery of the Mocker.

Green Lantern No. 100
January 1978
Cover: Green Lantern, Air Wave II, Black Canary, and Green Arrow //Mike Grell (signed)
Story: “Rider of the Air Waves” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Alex Saviuk
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #150)
Intro: Air Wave II (Hal Jordan, cousin of Green Lantern; last chronological appearance in DC COMICS PRESENTS #40; next appears in issue #103)
Cameo appearance: Air Wave I (Larry Jordan; revealed to have been Hal Jordan’s uncle and to have died before this story opens)
Intro: Bertha Vann (only appearance)
Villains: Master-Tek, a gang of hijackers (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: In this story it is revealed that the original Air Wave was Hal Jordan’s (Green Lantern’s) uncle, Larry Jordan.
Synopsis: Green Lantern meets the new Air Wave as both are beset by the technological terrorist, Master-Tek.

Green Lantern No. 101
February 1978
Cover: Green Lantern vs. his power ring as Green Arrow watches //Al Milgrom / Vince Colletta (singed)
Story: “The Big Braintrust Boom” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Frank McGinty
Penciller: Alex Saviuk
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Green Lantern, Green Arrow (both next appear in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #151)
GA: Black Canary (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #151)
Supporting Characters: Jim Jordan, Sue Jordan (last appearance for both in issue #71; last appearance for both)
Intro: Miss Downing (only appearance)
Villains: Bill Baggett (last appearance in issue #67; last appearance), Hector Hammond (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #104; next appears in issue #128), various crooks (first and only appearance)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League battle Amos Fortune and his minions in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #151,  helps the Metal Men fight the Missle Men in METAL MEN #54-55, helps the Flash fight Black Hand in THE FLASH #258, teams with Aquaman and Batman to fight Kobra in AQUAMAN #61, and encounters Ultraa with the Justice League  in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #153.
 Sue Jordan reveals she has finally been convinced that Jim Jordan is not Green Lantern in this story.
Synopsis: Hal Jordan learns that Hector Hammond has been released from jail and is now a cult leader, while Ollie Queen is beaten out for a contract by Bill Baggett.

Green Lantern No. 102
March 1978
Cover: Green Lantern trapped, Green Arrow captured by spacemen //Mike Grell (signed)
Story: “Sign Up and See the Universe” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Alex Saviuk
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Green Lantern, Green Arrow (last appearance for both in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #153)
GS: Dinah Drake Lance (Black Canary; last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #153)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (last appearance for one in METAL MEN #54; all next appear in issue #107)
Intro: Gala De (Green Lantern of Loga 14; dies in this story), Hiram, Sadie (only appearance for both)
Other Character: Tom Snyder (of Earth-One)
Villain: Taupin (first appearance)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: An alien criminal, sprung by accident from a prison ship, comes to Earth with a phony offer of a tour of the universe, and crosses swords with Green Arrow--who is beaten by a mesmerized Black Canary.

Green Lantern No. 103
April 1978
Cover: Green Lantern vs. Commander Pi-X-Square as Green Arrow and Black Canary watch //Mike Grell (signed)
Story: “Earth-Asylum” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Alex Saviuk
Inker: David Hunt
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Green Lantern (next appears in ACTION COMICS #480), Green Arrow (next appears in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #250)
GS: Dinah Drake Lance (Black Canary; next appears in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #250)
GA: Hal Jordan (Air Wave; last appearance in issue #100)
Supporting Character: Itty
Villains: Commander Pi-X-Square, Lucans (first and only appearance for all), Taupin (last appearance)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight Amazo in ACTION COMICS #480, 481, and 483, then helps the Challengers of the Unknown and other heroes fight the Sunset Lords in CHALLENGERS OF THE UNKNOWN #87, then helps the Justice League and other heroes of Earth fight an alien being in SHOWCASE #100, then helps the Justice League fight the Regnans in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #155 and the gods of Oceania in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #156.
Synopsis: With Green Lantern in a null-time field, an alien policeman trailing Taupin demands he be turned over, or a shipful of Earthlings will be destroyed.  Meanwhile, Taupin seeks U.N. asylum.

Green Lantern No. 104
May 1978
Cover: Green Lantern, Green Arrow, and Black Canary attacked by Itty-monster //Mike Grell (signed)
Story: “Proof of the Peril” (17 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Alex Saviuk
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Clem Robins
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Green Lantern, Green Arrow (last appearance for both in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #156)
GS: Air Wave II
GA: Black Canary (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #156)
Supporting Characters: Itty (metamorphosizes into a monster), Carol Ferris (last appearance in issue #99)
Intro: Prof. Ezra Drok (only appearance)
Villains: Two crooks (first and only appearance for both)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Green Lantern believes Itty to be dead and buries him, just before a scientist’s runaway experiment causes chaos.

Green Lantern No. 105
June 1978
Cover: Sonar vs. Green Lantern; Green Arrow and Black Canary aboard plane //Mike Grell (signed)
Story: “Thunder Doom” (17 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Alex Saviuk
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Green Lantern, Green Arrow
GS: Black Canary
GA: Air Wave II, Ray Palmer (the Atom; between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #156 / 157)
Supporting Characters: Itty, Carol Ferris
Intro: Miss Arco Steel, Miss Union Iron, Miss Fogarty Dies, Miss Cramer Buns and other contestants (only appearance for all), Jerry, Miss Industry
Villains: Sonar (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #132) and his accomplices (first and only appearance)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Green Lantern, Green Arrow, and Black Canary try to stop Sonar from striking at the contestants in a beauty pageant.

Green Lantern No. 106
July 1978
Cover: Green Lantern, Green Arrow, and Black Canary vs. Itty (as a monster) //Mike Grell (signed)
Story: “Panic In High Places and Low” (17 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Mike Grell
Inker: Bruce Patterson
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #157), Green Arrow (next appears in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #251)
GS: Black Canary (next appears in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #251), Air Wave II
Supporting Characters: Itty (last appearance), Carol Ferris
Villain: Sonar (next appears in ?)
Comment: Shortly after this story, Green Lantern attends the Atom’s wedding to Carol Ferris and helps the Justice League and Supergirl fight the Siren in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #157.
 In this story, it is revealed that Green Lantern’s improved power ring will not operate for him when taken from his finger.
Synopsis: Green Arrow, Black Canary, and Air Wave face a mutated Itty in the Arctic, while Green Lantern is jailed in Modora for bringing back Sonar and violating their airspace.

Green Lantern No. 107
August 1978
Cover: Green Lantern and Green Arrow vs. Ungarans; Power Battery vignette //Joe Staton / Joe Giella (signed)
Story: “The Man Who Murdered Green Lantern” (11 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Bob Rozakis
Penciller: Alex Saviuk
Inker: John Celardo
Letterer: Shelly Leferman
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Green Lantern (between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #157 / 158), Green Arrow (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #157; next appears in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #252)
GS: Black Canary (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #157; next appears in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #252), Air Wave II (next appears in ACTION COMICS #488)
Other Characters: Ungarans (first appearance)
Villains: The Yellow Peril (a gang; first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: While Green Arrow, Black Canary, and Air Wave fight a costumed hijacking gang, Green Lantern must try to save the planet of his predecessor from doom, though its inhabitants are convinced he has killed Abin Sur.

Story: “Tales of the Green Lantern Corps” (6 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Cary Burkett
Penciller: John Fuller
Inker: Bruce Patterson
Letterer: Shelly Leferman
Feature Character: Katma Tui (between issues #99 / 124)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (between issues #102 / 113)
Cameo appearance: Imi Kann (in flashback)
Villain: The Mocker (last appearance in issue #99; last appearance)
Comment: This is the first Tale of the Green Lantern Corps.
Synopsis: The Mocker breaks free during his trial on Oa, and Katma Tui must find a way to defeat him, though he has tapped the power of the Central Power Battery.

Green Lantern No. 108
September 1978
Cover: Green Lantern and Green Arrow vs. Replikon; Earth-2 Green Lantern vignette //Mike Grell (signed)
Story: “The Third Identity of Replikon” (17 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Mike Grell
Inker: Bruce Patterson
Letterer: Jean Hipp
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #158), Green Arrow (last appearance in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #252)
GS: Black Canary (last appearance in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #252)
GA: Batman, Flash, Wonder Woman
Supporting Character: Carol Ferris
Intro: Brophy (only appearance)
Villains: Replikon (Xum; first appearance), the Slog (including Rance; a trio of rock musicians cum hoodlums; first appearance; next appear in issue #113)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: An alien being comes to Earth, amalgamates the powers of Batman, Flash, and Wonder Woman, and attacks Green Lantern.

Green Lantern No. 109
October 1978
Cover: Replikon vs. Green Arrow, Green Lantern, and Black Canary; Earth-2 Green Lantern vignette //Mike Grell (signed)
Story: “Assault on Replikon” (17 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Mike Grell
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Karisha
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Green Lantern, Green Arrow (next appears in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #144)
GS: Black Canary
Supporting Character: Carol Ferris (next appears in flashback in issue #192)
Villain: Replikon (next appears in issue #193)
Synopsis: As “Andre”, Replikon romances Carol Ferris, while preparing to change the Earth’s atmosphere for one which will be inimical to its inhabitants, but perfect for her children.

Green Lantern No. 110
November 1978
Cover: Green Lantern branded by his chest emblem while Green Arrow looks on; Earth-2 Green Lantern vignette //Mike Grell (signed)
Story: “Brand of Power” (17 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Mike Grell
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #159), Green Arrow (last appearance in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #144; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #159)
GA: Dinah Lance (Black Canary; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #159)
Intro: Sheriff Dunnin (dies in this story), Lulu and other inhabitants of Coyote Gulch (only appearance for all)
Villains: Borch, Rance Clancy and his gang (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League, Justice Society, and five time-lost heroes battle the Lord of Time in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #159-160.
Synopsis: Green Lantern and Green Arrow are transported by the Silver Twist to a planet must like America’s Old West, where a four-armed outlaw holds sway.
 

Adventure Comics No. 459
October-November 1978
Cover: Green Lantern, Flash, Wonder Woman, Deadman, Elongated Man; Darkseid vignette //Jim Aparo (signed)
Story: “The Call of the Cosmos” (8 pages)
Editor: Paul Levitz
Writer: Cary Burkett
Artist: Joe Staton
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #160)
Intro: A woman from Shatou (only appearance)
Villains: The Energy-Leeches (first and only appearance)
Comment: Story continues in part in next issue.
Synopsis: While on the road, Hal Jordan must become Green Lantern to save a woman who has come half a galaxy to meet him from parasitic energy-drainers.

Adventure Comics No. 460
November-December 1978
Story: “Deadly Song of the Wizard” (8 pages)
Editor: Paul Levitz
Writer: Cary Burkett
Artist: Joe Staton
Letterer: Karin
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in GREEN LANTERN #111)
Cameo appearance: Abin Sur (in flashback)
Villain: Myrwhydden (between GREEN LANTERN #41 / 164)
Synopsis: Green Lantern, while searching for his lost power battery, is trapped by an old enemy.

Green Lantern No. 111
December 1978
Cover: Zalaz vs. Green Lantern and Green Arrow as Earth-2 Green Lantern appears; Power Battery vignette //Mike Grell (signed)
Story: “Dark Things Cannot Stand the Light” (17 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Alex Saviuk
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Todd Klein
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Green Lantern (last appearance in ADVENTURE COMICS #460; origin retold in this story), Green Arrow (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #160)
GS: Green Lantern of Earth-Two (last appearance in solo story in last issue)
Supporting Character: A Guardian of the Universe
Intro: Madame Eva (only appearance), Zalaz, the Starheart
Cameo appearance: Abin Sur (in flashback)
Villains: Various crooks (first and only appearance)
Comment: Story continues from Earth-2 Green Lantern story in last issue.
 Zalaz is named after science-fiction and fantasy author Roger Zelazny.
Synopsis: The mystic Starheart is stolen from the sun in which the Guardians had hidden it, and Green Lantern and Green Arrow call upon the Earth-2 Green Lantern for aid.

Green Lantern No. 112
January 1979
Cover: Green Lantern, Green Arrow, Earth-2 Green Lantern, Starheart, M’la //Mike Grell (signed)
Story: “Starheart Connection” (18 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Alex Saviuk
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Green Lantern (next appears in ACTION COMICS #489), Green Arrow (next appears in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #253)
GS: Green Lantern of Earth-2 (origin retold in this story; next appears in ADVENTURE COMICS #461)
Supporting Character: A Guardian of the Universe (dies in this story)
Other Character: Zalaz (last appearance)
Intro: M’la (only appearance)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight Brainiac in ACTION COMICS #489.
Synopsis: Green Arrow and the Green Lanterns of Earths One and Two trail the Starheart to a planet which is one-half forest, one-half technologically advanced city, and learn the thief has stolen the Starheart to cure his dying queen.

Green Lantern No. 113
February 1979
Cover: Green Lantern, Green Arrow, and Black Canary skiing down hillside in front of lava flow; Granny Bleach vignette //Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez (signed)
Story: “That They May Fear No More” (17 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Alex Saviuk
Inker: Frank Chiaramonte
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Green Lantern (last appearance in ACTION COMICS #489; next appears in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #255), Green Arrow (between WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #254 / 255)
GS: Black Canary (between WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #254 / 255)
Other Characters: The Slog (last appearance in issue #108; reformed in this story; last appearance)
Intro: Marcy and her baby (only appearance for both)
Villains: Granny Bleach, Zeb Bleach, Lem Bleach (last appearance for all in BATMAN FAMILY #19; last appearance for all)
Comments: Story takes place on December 24, 1978.
 Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps Green Arrow during the latter’s mayoral campaign in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #255.  Then Green Lantern helps Superman battle Star Sapphire and the Weaponers of Qward in DC COMICS PRESENTS #6, and Black Canary helps Superman and the Red Tornado continue the Qwardian battle in DC COMICS PRESENTS #7.
Synopsis: On Christmas Eve, a wounded Green Lantern must stop a mountain which is really a volcano from erupting and taking the lives of several people, including Green Arrow, Green Lantern, and a pregnant woman about to deliver her child.

Green Lantern No. 114
March 1979
Cover: Green Lantern and Green Arrow vs. The Crumbler //Alex Saviuk / Dick Giordano (signed)
Story: “The Crimes of the Crumbler” (17 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Alex Saviuk
Inker: Dave Hunt
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Green Lantern (last appearance in DC COMICS PRESENTS #6), Green Arrow (last appearance in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #155)
GS: Black Canary (last appearance in DC COMICS PRESENTS #7)
Intro: Dr. Lasko
Villains: The Crumber (Alexander Percy Tuttle; first appearance) and his minions (first and only appearance)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Green Lantern, Green Arrow, and Black Canary tangle with a super-villain known as the Crumbler, whose power may cause the entire Earth to disintegrate.

Green Lantern No. 115
April 1979
Cover: Green Lantern fighting Crumbler with Green Arrow and Black Canary trapped below ice //Alex Saviuk / Dick Giordano?
Story: “The Vengeance of the Crumbler” (17 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Alex Saviuk
Inker: Dave Hunt
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Green Lantern, Green Arrow (both next appear in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #161)
GS: Black Canary (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #161)
Intro: Morris Tuttle (next appears in issue #118), Dr. DeLimmel (dies in this story)
Other Character: Dr. Lasko (last appearance)
Villain: The Crumbler (next appears in issue #117)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League initiate Zatanna and fight the Warlock in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #161, fight the Shark in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #162, and help Zatanna and Zatara uncover the mystery of Zatanna’s mother in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #163-165, and then fight the Secret Society of Super-Villains in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #166-168.
Synopsis: The Crumbler seeks vengeance against his father, and Green Lantern, Green Arrow, and Black Canary try to thwart his plans.

Green Lantern No. 116
May 1979
Cover: Green Arrow watching Green Lantern disintegrate while charging his ring (two vignettes) //Alex Saviuk / Dick Giordano (signed)
Story: “My Ring, My Enemy” (17 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Alex Saviuk
Inker: Dave Hunt
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #168), Green Arrow (last appearance in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #257)
GS: Guy Gardner (becomes a Green Lantern in this story; last chronological appearance in flashback in SECRET ORIGINS (3rd series) #7; next appears in issue #122), Dinah Lance (Black Canary; last appearance in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #256)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (last appearance in issues #107; next appear in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #155)
Villains: Professor Ojo (last appearance in RICHARD DRAGON, KUNG FU FIGHTER #18), Minching (first appearance)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: While Green Lantern goes to Oa to check out his defective ring, Green Arrow is teamed with Guy Gardner, the substitute Green Lantern, against the evil Prof. Ojo.

Green Lantern No. 117
June 1979
Cover: Green Arrow, Green Lantern, and unmasked Prof. Ojo //Joe Staton / Dick Giordano (signed)
Story: “Sight of the First and Second Kinds” (17 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Dave Hunt
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Green Lantern, Green Arrow
GA: Dinah Lance (Black Canary)
Supporting Character: Kari Limbo (first appearance; last chronological appearance in flashback in SECRET ORIGINS (3rd series) #7)
Cameo appearance: Guy Gardner (in flashback)
Villains: Professor Ojo, Minching (last appearance for both), the Crumbler (last appearance in issue #115; last appearance), the Joker (last appearance in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #141; next appears in DETECTIVE COMICS #486), Two-Face (between BATMAN #294 / 312)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Green Lantern and Green Arrow team up to battle Professor Ojo and the Crumbler.  Later, they attend to Kari Limbo, the psychic lady love of Guy Gardner, whom they believe to be dead.

Green Lantern No. 118
July 1979
Cover: Kari Limbo and Green Lantern watching Green Arrow fight Crumber and Professor Ojo in crystal ball //Alex Saviuk / Dick Giordano (signed)
Story: “Hell Quest” (17 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Alex Saviuk
Inker: Dave Hunt
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Green Lantern, Green Arrow
Supporting Characters: Barney Ling, G.O.O.D. (last appearance for all in KUNG FU FIGHTER #?; last appearance for all), Kari Limbo
Other Character: Morris Tuttle (last appearance in issue #115; last appearance)
Villains: Professor Ojo, the Crumbler (last appearance for both)
Synopsis: Green Lantern and Green Arrow deduce that the Crumber and Professor Ojo will next strike at a nuclear power plant owned by the Crumbler’s father.

Green Lantern No. 119
August 1979
Cover: Green Arrow and Green Lantern failing to rescue falling man //Alex Saviuk / Dick Giordano (signed)
Story: “The Gravity Connection” (17 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Alex Saviuk
Inker: Dave Hunt
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Green Lantern (next appears in THE FLASH #275), Green Arrow (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #170)
GS: Dinah Lance (Black Canary; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #170)
Supporting Character: Kari Limbo
Cameo appearance: Guy Gardner (in a photo)
Intro: The Karsh’Klesh (aliens), the Krofel, Andy Vorpal (only appearance for all)
Villain: A drug addict (first and only appearance)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern and the other Justice Leaguers appear during the time the Flash’s wife is murdered in THE FLASH #275-277, then Green Lantern helps the Justice League and Ultraa fight the Over-Complex in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #170, then teams with Batman to deal with Tri Vul in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #155, then fights Hector Hammond in issue #128 (flashback).
Synopsis: In space, Green Lantern tries to stop a fleet of starships from falling into Saturn, while on Earth, Green Arrow, Dinah Lance, and Kari Limbo try to save a poisoning victim.

Green Lantern No. 120
September 1979
Cover: El Espectro vs. Green Lantern and Green Arrow //Dick Giordano (signed)
Story: “Double Danger, Certain Death” (17 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Don Heck
Inker: John Celardo
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Green Lantern (last appearance in issue #128 (flashback)), Green Arrow (last appearance in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #259)
GS: Black Canary (last appearance in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #259)
Supporting Character: Kari Limbo
Intro: Juan Pinto, Mike, Al, Juan Ponce de Leon (of Earth-One; in flashback; only appearance for all)
Villain: El Espectro (Jaime Sanchez; first appearance)
Comment: Kari Limbo reveals that she knows Green Lantern’s secret identity in this story.
 Story continues in part in next issue.
Synopsis: A Spanish soldier who found the Fountain of Youth 466 years ago and has been buried all that time is now unearthed, and Green Lantern, Green Arrow, and Black Canary must deal with him.

Green Lantern No. 121
October 1979
Cover: Green Arrow watching Green Lantern fall from plane towards power ring //Dick Giordano (signed)
Story: “The Steel Vengeance” (17 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Don Heck
Inker: Frank McLaughlin
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Green Lantern, Green Arrow
GS: Black Canary (next appears in ADVENTURE COMICS #466)
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris (last appearance in DC COMICS PRESENTS #6), Kari Limbo
Villains: El Espectro (last appearance), various crooks (first and only appearance)
Comments: Story continues in part in next issue.
 Kari Limbo proposes marriage to Green Lantern in this issue, and he accepts.
Synopsis: Green Lantern and Green Arrow try to stop El Espectro from taking over a jet airliner, just as Carol Ferris is becoming infatuated with him.

Green Lantern No. 122
November 1979
Cover: Minister, Hawkman, Flash, Green Arrow, Superman, and green hand at wedding of Green Lantern and Kari Limbo //Dick Giordano (signed)
Story: “With These Rings” (17 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Don Heck
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Green Lantern, Green Arrow
GS: Superman (last appearance in DC COMICS PRESENTS #15), Flash, Hawkman, Dinah Lance (Black Canary; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #174;  all appear, with Green Lantern and Green Arrow, as the Justice League of America; between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #170 / 171), Guy Gardner (Green Lantern; last appearance in issue #116)
Supporting Characters: Kari Limbo, Thomas Kalmaku (last appearance in issue #94)
Villains: General Zod (last appearance in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #256), Jax-Ur (last appearance in ACTION COMICS #492; next appears in SUPERMAN #363), Phantom Zone villains (last appearance in SUPERMAN FAMILY #190; next appear in DC SPECIAL SERIES #26)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
 This is the last issue to feature Green Arrow on the logo, though he is a featured character in the next issue.
Synopsis: The wedding of Green Lantern and Kari Limbo is interrupted by a vision of Kari Limbo’s that leads GL to the Phantom Zone, where he meets Kryptonian villains, a captive Superman, and a living and vengeful Guy Gardner.

Green Lantern No. 123
December 1979
Cover: Green Lantern //Gil Kane (signed)
Story: “Mission of No Return” (17 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Dick Giordano
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Green Lantern, Oliver Queen (Green Arrow; listed as a featured character on story logo but does not appear in costume)
GS: Superman (next appears in SUPERMAN #341), Guy Gardner (Green Lantern)
Supporting Character: Kari Limbo
Villains: General Zod (next appears in SUPERMAN #363), Kru-El (last appearance in SUPERMAN FAMILY #190; next appears in DC SPECIAL SERIES #26), Faora Hu-Ul (last appearance in ACTION COMICS #492; next appears in SUPERMAN #363), Sinestro (last appearance in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #254)
Comment: This is the last story co-featuring Green Lantern and Green Arrow.  Green Arrow’s appearances will be traced from this point exclusively in his own index.
 The cover logo is altered to feature only Green Lantern again from this issue on.
Synopsis: Green Lantern tries to liberate Guy Gardner from the Phantom Zone and finds him taken by Sinestro instead, as bait.

Green Lantern No. 124
January 1980
Cover: Green Lantern trapped, Sinestro with illusions of Kari Limbo and Carol Ferris //Dick Giordano (signed)
Story: “The Secret of Sinestro” (17 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Frank McLaughlin
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Character: Green Lantern
GS: Green Arrow (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #173), Katma Tui (between issues #107 / 127)
GA: Guy Gardner (in flashback; next appears in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #3)
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku, Kari Limbo (in flashback)
Intro: Sinestro’s father (only appearance)
Villain: Sinestro
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Green Lantern breaks up his partnership with Green Arrow and goes to Korugar, where he tries to enlist Katma Tui as his aide against Sinestro.

Secret Origins (3rd series) #7
October 1986
Cover: Sandman, Green Lantern (Guy Gardner), Green Lantern (Hal Jordan) //Brian Bolland (signed)
Story: “The Secret Origin of Green Lantern” (18 pages)
Editor: Robert Greenberger
Writer: Steve Englehart
Penciller: Ernie Colon
Inker: Rodin Rodriguez
Letterer: Agustin Mas
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern (Guy Gardner; origin revealed in this story; first chronological appearance, preceding his introduction in GREEN LANTERN #59; also appears chronologically between GREEN LANTERN #59 / 88 and 88 / 116)
GS: Green Lantern (Hal Jordan), Abin Sur (isochronally with SHOWCASE #22; dies in this story), Oliver Queen (Green Arrow)
Supporting Character: Kari Limbo (first chronological appearance)
Intro: Freddy Mertz, Janet Sanborn (only appearance for both)
Other Characer: Suzy Delancy (isochronally with GREEN LANTERN #88; last appearance)
Cameo appearances: Green Lantern (John Stewart), Tomar-Re, Katma Tui
Villain: Sinestro
Synopsis: Guy Gardner, a physical education teacher, was almost chosen by Abin Sur as the Green Lantern of Earth.  Instead, he had to wait through several injurious moments to receive his ring, and hated Hal Jordan when he finally got it.

Green Lantern No. 125
February 1980
Cover: Green Lantern crossing dimensional bridge between Earth and Qward; Sinestro vignette //Dick Giordano
Story: “Death Quest To Qward” (17 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Frank McLaughlin
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku
Villains: Sinestro (next appears in issue #127), Weaponers of Qward, Qwardians (last appearance for latter two in DC COMICS PRESENTS #7), General Fabrikant (Fabian; first appearance; revealed in issue #128)
Comments: Hal Jordan resumes his job as a test pilot for Ferris Aircraft Company in this story.
 Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Green Lantern trails Sinestro back to Qward, only to find out that the Weaponers of that dimension have begun their invasion of Earth.

Green Lantern No. 126
March 1980
Cover: Green Lantern trapped by the Shark //Dick Giordano (signed)
Story: “The Peril Pact” (17 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Frank McLaughlin
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Character: Carol Ferris, Guardians of the Universe (last appearance in issue #116)
Villains: The Shark (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #162; next appears in issue #172; reverted to shark-form in this story), General Fabrikant (as Fabian), Qwardians, Weaponers of Qward
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Green Lantern battles the Shark on Earth, and then learns that the Qwardians have taken the Guardians prisoner on Oa.

Green Lantern No. 127
April 1980
Cover: Green Lantern, Chaselon, Medphyl, Tomar-Re, Xax, Katma Tui, Green Lantern of Rojira, Green Lantern Corps //Brian Bolland (signed)
Story: “Battleground: Oa” (17 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Frank McLaughlin
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern
GS: Katma Tui (between issues #124 / 130), Tomar-Re (last appearance in DC SPECIAL SERIES #1; next appears in issue #132), Stel (last appearance in DC SPECIAL SERIES #1; next appears in 130), Medphyl (last appearance in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #155; next appears in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #1), Chaselon (last appearance in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #155; next appears in issue #130), Xax (last appearance in issue #23; next appears in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #1), Green Lantern of Aeros (between issues #96 / 132), Green Lantern of Rojira (last appearance in issue #96; next appears in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #2), Green Lantern Corps (some members die in this story; between issues #97 / 130)
Intro: Green Lantern of Penelo (next appears in issue #159)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (next appear in issue #130)
Villains: General Fabrikant (as Fabian), Qwardians, Weaponers of Qward (both next appear in issue #150),  Sinestro (last appearance in issue #125; next appears in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #173)
Synopsis: With the Guardians held prisoner and the Green Lantern Corps in a death battle against the Qwardians, Green Lantern must break out of the Central Power Battery to get into the fight.

Green Lantern No. 128
May 1980
Cover: Green Lantern struggling with Hector Hammond for control of his mind //Dick Giordano (signed)
Story: “The Green That Got Away” (17 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writers: Denny O’Neil (pgs. 1-3, 16-17), Len Wein (pgs. 4-15)
Pencillers: Joe Staton (pgs. 1-3, 16-17), Dave Cockrum (pgs. 4-15)
Inkers: Joe Staton (pgs. 1-3, 16-17), Bob Smith (pgs. 4-15)
Letterers: Milt Snapinn (?; pgs. 1-3, 16-17), Albert de Guzman (pgs. 4-15)
Colorists: Anthony Tollin (?; pgs. 1-3, 16-17), Glynis Wein (pgs. 4-15)
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #171; also appears in flashback, chronologically between BRAVE AND THE BOLD #155 / issue #120)
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku
Cameo appearance: Green Arrow (in flashback)
Villains: Hector Hammond (last appearance in issue #101; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #205), Bert, Ernie (first and only appearance for both; all in flashback), General Fabrikant (revealed as Fabian in this story)
Comments: Pages 4-15 of this story are presented as a flashback that took place “six months ago”, while Hal Jordan was still a trucker.
  Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League and Justice Society solve the murder of Mr. Terrific in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #171-172, helps the Justice League and Black Lightning fight the Regulator in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #173-174, and helps the Justice League fight Dr. Destiny in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #175-176, then fights Professor Zoom in THE FLASH #282.
Synopsis: On Earth once again, Green Lantern tells Carol and Pieface about a recent adventure which pit him against Hector Hammond when the latter tried to mentally steal his ring’s energy.

Green Lantern No. 129
June 1980
Cover: Star Sapphire vs. Hal Jordan and Green Lantern //Jim Starlin (signed)
Story: “The Attack of the Star Sapphire” (17 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Denny O’Neil
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Frank McLaughlin
Letterer: Todd Klein
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #176)
Supporting Character: Thomas Kalmaku, Rance Rideout (first appearance)
Villains: General Fabrikant (last appearance), Star Sapphire (Carol Ferris)
Comment: Evidently Carol Ferris has developed amnesia about her Star Sapphire identity since learning of it in issue #74, because she has no memory of it in this story.
Synopsis: General Fabrikant gains mental control of Carol Ferris, forces her to change into Star Sapphire, and assigns her first to kill Hal Jordan, then Green Lantern.

Green Lantern No. 130
July 1980
Cover: Green Lantern, Sonar, and Carol Ferris //Brian Bolland (signed)
Story: “Sonar’s Sonic-Atomic Attack” (9 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Bob Rozakis
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Frank McLaughlin
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #179)
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris, Rance Rideout (last appearance)
Villain: Sonar (next appears in issue #188)
Comment: In this story we learn that the entire nation of Modora is only “one block long”.
 Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League induct Firestorm in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #179.
Synopsis: Sonar gains an American jet after helping the U.S. in a deal with OPEC, but Green Lantern suspects he has ulterior motives.

Story: “The Trial of Arkkis Chummuck: Indictment” (8 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Bob Toomey
Penciller: Alex Saviuk
Inker: Augie Scotto
Letterer: Shelly Leferman
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Green Lantern Corps (last appearance in issue #127; including Katma Tui (last appearance in issue #127; next appears in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #1), Chaselon, Stel, all of whom last appeared in issue #127)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (last appearance in issue #127)
Intro: Arkkis Chummuck, Malet Dasim (two Green Lanterns), Green Lantern of Xanshi (in flashback; dies in this story), a Xanshian
Villains: Tarrik (in flashback; first appearance; dies in this story) and his army (in flashback; first and only appearance)
Comment: This is a Tale of the Green Lantern Corps.  It continues in the next issue.
Synopsis: The newest member of the Green Lantern Corps, Arrkis Chummuck, is brought up on charges before the Corps and the Guardians of having killed his predecessor Lantern in combat, and then having eaten him.

Green Lantern No. 131
August 1980
Cover: Green Lantern vs. Evil Star //Brian Bolland (signed)
Story: “The Doom of the Golden Sun” (9 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Mike W. Barr
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Steve Mitchell
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #179)
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku (next appears in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #173)
Villain: Evil Star (between issues #44 / 159), Starlings (between issues #37 / 159)
Synopsis: Green Lantern is imprisoned by Evil Star, and seems helpless to prevent the villain from making Earth’s sun go nova.

Story: “The Trial of Arkkis Chummuck: Evidence” (8 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Bob Toomey
Penciller: Alex Saviuk\
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Karisha
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Green Lantern Corps (including Arkkis Chummuck, Malet Dasim, Stel (next appears in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #1), and Chaselon)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe
Other Character: The Xanshian
Villain: The Foremost (in flashback; first appearance; dies in this story)
Comments: This is a Tale of the Green Lantern Corps and continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Arrkis Chummuck testifies that, as a new Green Lantern, he returned to his planet, demanded the ruler abdicate in his favor, defeated him in battle, and oversaw his execution.

Green Lantern No. 132
September 1980
Cover: Green Lantern charging his ring //George Perez / Dick Giordano (signed)
Story: “Sabotage Sinister” (9 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Paul Kupperberg
Artist: Joe Staton
Letterer: Todd Klein
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #182)
Supporting Character: Carol Ferris (next appears in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #173)
Intro: Seymour, Ethyl (only appearance for both)
Villains: Barney Depardo and his gang, Norbert Newley (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League and Felix Faust fight the spirit of Nostromus in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #182, teams up with Superman to fight the N’gon in DC COMICS PRESENTS #26, briefly appears in SUPERMAN #352, and helps the Justice League, Justice Society, and New Gods fight Darkseid and his minions in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #183-185, then teams with Batman to fight Sinestro in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #173-174.
Synopsis: Green Lantern must learn the reason why a gang of crooks is slashing seats from Ferris Aircraft and stealing one of their planes.

Story: “The Trial of Arkkis Chummuck: Verdict” (8 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Bob Toomey
Penciller: Alex Saviuk
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Green Lantern Corps (including Arrkis Chummuck; next appears in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #1), Green Lantern of Aeros (last appearance in issue #127;  next appear in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #2), Tomar-Re (last appearance in issue #127; next appears in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #1), Malet Dasim (last appearance), and Chaselon (next appears in issue #200); next Corps appearance in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #174)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (next appear in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #174)
Other character: The Xanshian (last appearance)
Comment: This is a tale of the Green Lantern Corps.
Synopsis: Having heard the facts, the Corps Tribunal exacts judgment on Arrkis Chummuck, knowing that his honor will compel him to kill himself if the decision goes against him.

Green Lantern No. 133
October 1980
Cover: Dr. Polaris vs. Green Lantern; Adam Strange vignette //Jim Starlin (signed)
Story: “Nightmare At the North Pole” (17 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Marv Wolfman
Artist: Joe Staton
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku, Carl Ferris, Mrs. Carl Ferris (last appearance for both in issue #21; both next appear in issue #135)
GS: Bruce Gordon (Eclipso; last appearance in METAL MEN #49)
Villains: Dr. Polaris (last appearance in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #260),  Conrad Bloch (first appearance; voice only; unrevealed; name revealed in issue #140)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Green Lantern’s love life with Carol Ferris is back on track just in time for him to be kidnapped by Dr. Polaris, who drains all the energy from his Power Ring and claims it.
 
Green Lantern No. 134
November 1980
Cover: Dr. Polaris and Green Lantern stranded in snow; Adam Strange vignette //Dick Giordano (signed)
Story: “Mind Over Magnetism” (17 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Marv Wolfman
Artist: Joe Staton
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern (origin retold in flashback)
GA: Bruce Gordon (Eclipso)
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku, Terga Kalmaku, Keith Kalmaku (both between issues #52 / 146), Miss Kalmaku (Thomas’s and Terga’s daughter; first appearance; next appears in issue #146)
Intro: Harry, Joey, Susan (only appearance for all)
Cameo appearance: Abin Sur, Guardians of the Universe (in flashback)
Villains: Dr. Polaris, Conrad Bloch (unrevealed)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: While Dr. Polaris runs rampant in Los Angeles with his magnetic power and the stolen power ring, Green Lantern struggles to survive and get to help in the Arctic.

Green Lantern No. 135
December 1980
Cover: Green Lantern vs. Dr. Polaris as people rise off Earth; Adam Strange vignette //Jimmy Janes / Joe Staton (signed)
Story: “Doctor Polaris Conquers the Universe” (17 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Marv Wolfman
Artist: Joe Staton
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern
GA: Bruce Gordon (Eclipso)
Supporting Characters: Thomas Kalmaku
Villain: Dr. Polaris (next appears in WONDER WOMAN #303)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Dr. Polaris has a showdown fight with a powerless Green Lantern, and opens the magnetic heart of the universe.

Green Lantern No. 136
January 1981
Cover: Green Lantern, Adam Strange, Citadel alien, Eclipso, Space Ranger //Rich Buckler / Frank McLaughlin, Joe Staton, Dave Cockrum, Dick Giordano (signed)
Story: “The Space Ranger Strikes Back” (17 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Marv Wolfman
Artist: Joe Staton
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern
GS: Space Ranger, Cryll (last appearance for both in SHOWCASE #100)
Supporting Characters: Dasor, Ione Vane, Solar Council (last appearance for all in issue #66), Thomas Kalmaku, Carol Ferris, Carl Ferris, Mrs. Carl Ferris, Myra Mason (last appearance in TALES OF THE UNEXPECTED #?)
Villains: Eclipso (next appears in issue #138), the Citadel (Gordanians; in 5700 A.D.; last chronological appearance undetermined), an assassin (first and only appearance)
Comments: Story continues in next issue.
 This story establishes the time of Space Ranger as the same one which contains Kamandi and the Great Disaster, and possibly the same one which contains the Solar Council’s future of the 58th Century.
Synopsis: Just as Eclipso strikes at Green Lantern and Thomas Kalmaku, Green Lantern is transported to the 58th Century by the Solar Council to deal with invaders who wish to tow the Earth out of orbit.  But a glitch in the process dumps him in the time of Space Ranger, where he must help fight the Gordanians, minus his memory.

Green Lantern No. 137
February 1981
Cover: Green Lantern; Space Ranger captured by Gordanians; Adam Strange (three vignettes) //Dick Giordano (signed)
Story: “Three Times Two Equals Death” (17 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Marv Wolfman
Artist: Joe Staton
Letterer: Albert DeGuzman
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Character: Green Lantern
GS: Space Ranger, Cryll (both next appear in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5)
Supporting Characters: Myra Mason, Dasor, Ione Vane (last appearance for all)
Villains: Commander Lorquad, Skaragg, Korad (first appearance for all), Kordun (first appearance; dies in this story), Citadel / Gordanians (some die in this story)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
 Space Ranger’s comment that he “never dreamed” he’d meet a Green Lantern is inaccurate, as he has already met Green Lantern in SHOWCASE #100.
Synopsis: Green Lantern completes his journey to the 58th Century, but finds he is unable to remember the secret that will help them defeat the Gordanians.

Green Lantern No. 138
March 1981
Cover: Eclipso “eclipsing” Green Lantern; Adam Strange vignette //Dick Giordano (signed)
Story: “Total Eclipso” (17 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Plotter: Marv Wolfman
Scripter: Roy Thomas
Artist: Joe Staton
Letterer: Todd Klein
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Characters: Thomas Kalmaku, Carol Ferris, Carl Ferris, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ferris
Intro: Jonnie and his mother, Joe, Charlie (only appearance for all)
Cameo appearance: Mophir (in flashback)
Villains: Eclipso (last appearance in issue #136; origin retold in flashback), Conrad Bloch (revealed in this story)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Green Lantern is unable to stop Eclipso from launching into orbit his artificial moon, which can cause a human being’s evil side to split from his body, and begins to do so to GL himself.

Green Lantern No. 139
April 1981
Cover: Green Lantern vs. his evil duplicate and those of other people //Dick Giordano (signed)
Story: “Slay On, Silvery Moon” (17 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Plotter: Marv Wolfman
Scripter: Roy Thomas
Artist: Joe Staton
Letterer: Todd Klein
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern
GS: Bruce Gordon (split from Eclipso in this story)
GA: Superman, Firestorm
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku
Villains: Eclipso (next appears in issue #183), the Nega-Men (first and only appearance), Green Lantern’s evil duplicate (first appearance; destroyed in this story), Conrad Bloch (voice only)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Green Lantern must fight off his own dark side in order to stop Eclipso’s plan to “eclipse” the human race.

Green Lantern No. 140
May 1981
Cover: Green Lantern and Carol Ferris vs. Conrad Bloch; Adam Strange vignette //Dick Giordano (signed)
Story: “As Ye Sow” (17 pages)
Editor: Jack C. Harris
Writer: Marv Wolfman
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Steve Mitchell
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #1)
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris (also appears in flashback, her earliest chronological appearance; next chronological appearance after flashback in issue #10 (2)), Thomas Kalmaku (both next appear in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #3), Carl Ferris (also appears in flashback, his earliest chronological appearance, preceding his introduction in SHOWCASE #22 (2)), Mrs. Carl Ferris, Bruce Gordon
Intro: Frank, Linda (only appearance for both), Edith Bloch (in flashback; only appearance), Harry Deems (next appears in issue #145)
Villains: Conrad Bloch (dies in this story, Jason Bloch (first appearance), Ben Bloch (first appearance; next appears in issue #150)
Synopsis: Green Lantern finally tracks down the abductor of the Ferris family and learns why he is forcing Carol to firebomb her own plants.

Tales of the Green Lantern Corps No. 1
May 1981
Cover: Guardians of the Universe, Xax, Tomar-Re, Green Lantern (Hal Jordan), Katma Tui, and other members of the Green Lantern Corps //Brian Bolland (signed)
Story: “Challenge” (25 pages)
Editor: Dick Giordano
Plotter: Mike W. Barr
Scripter: Len Wein
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Frank McLaughlin
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Green Lantern Corps (Green Lantern (Hal Jordan; last appearance in GREEN LANTERN #140; origin retold in flashback), Arisia (aka Cynella; Green Lantern of Graxos IV), Gk’d (Green Lantern of Fp’y), Eddore (Green Lantern of Tront), Skryd (Green Lantern of Multu), Brokk (Green Lantern of Cygnus), K’ryssma, Apros (first appearance for all), Spak-Drom (Green Lantern of Spak-Drom; first appearance; dies in this story), Arrkis Chummuck, Tomar-Re, Green Lantern of Aeros (last appearance for all in GREEN LANTERN #132), Katma Tui (last appearance in GREEN LANTERN #130), Xax, Medphyl (last appearance for both in GREEN LANTERN #127), Charles Vicker (between GREEN LANTERN #56 / 157), Stel (last appearance in GREEN LANTERN #131), Zborra (last appearance in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #155), other members (some of whom die in this story; last appearance in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #174))
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (last appearance in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #174; origin retold in flashback)
Cameo appearances: Abin Sur, Carol Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku, Green Arrow, Sinestro, Shark, Star Sapphire, Hector Hammond, Manhunters, Rori Dag, Green Lantern of Earth-2 (in flashback)
Villain: Krona (last appearance in GREEN LANTERN #40) and his minions (first appearance)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Hal Jordan and all other members of the Green Lantern Corps are summoned by the Guardians of the Universe to Oa to face an old enemy, now returned: Krona, who has just destroyed the Central Power Battery.

Tales of the Green Lantern Corps No. 2
June 1981
Cover: Green Lantern (Hal Jordan), Katma Tui, Tomar-Re, Chaselon, Xax, and other Green Lantern Corps members defeated in Krona’s shadow //Brian Bolland (signed)
Story: “Defeat” (25 pages)
Editor: Dick Giordano
Plotter: Mike W. Barr
Scripter: Len Wein
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Frank McLaughlin
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Green Lantern Corps (Green Lantern (Hal Jordan), Stel (destroyed in this story; restored to life in GREEN LANTERN #183), Xax (next appears in GREEN LANTERN #150), Arrkis Chummuck, Arisia, Zborra (next appears in GREEN LANTERN #196), Katma Tui, Eddore, Tomar-Re, K’ryssma, Apros (next appears in GREEN LANTERN #195), Green Lantern of Rojira (last appearance in GREEN LANTERN #127), Galius-Zed, M’dahna (first appearance for both), other members (some of whom die in this story))
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (one of whom dies in this story)
Villains: Krona and his minions (including Gorokk (first appearance; dies in this story), Spyrus (first and only appearance), Tylot (first appearance)), Nekron (first appearance)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
 The origin of Tomar-Re is revealed in a text page in this issue.
Synopsis: The Green Lanterns deduce that Krona intends to revert the universe to its Primal Atom state, destroying Oa, and have to fight Krona’s army to try to get to him.

Tales of the Green Lantern Corps No. 3
July 1981
Cover: Green Lantern (Hal Jordan), Xax, Katma Tui, Tomar-Re, Green Lantern of Penelo, Arrkis Chummuck, Green Lantern of Rojira, Chaselon, Eddore, Medphyl, other Green Lantern Corps members in space //Brian Bolland (signed)
Story: “Triumph” (25 pages)
Editor: Dick Giordano
Plotter: Mike W. Barr
Scripter: Len Wein
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Frank McLaughlin
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Green Lantern Corps (Green Lantern (Hal Jordan; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #189), Arisia, Katma Tui (both next appear in GREEN LANTERN #149), Arrkis Chummuck, Medphyl (both next appear in GREEN LANTERN #150), Green Lantern of Rojira, K’ryssma (next appears in GREEN LANTERN #195), Tomar-Re (next appears in THE FLASH #319), Eddore (next appears in GREEN LANTERN #159),  Galius-Zed (next appears in GREEN LANTERN #165), Tylot (becomes a Green Lantern and dies in this story; no longer a villain), other members (including the ghosts of dead Green Lanterns; living members next appear in GREEN LANTERN #149))
GS: John Stewart (between GREEN LANTERN #95 / 164), Guy Gardner (between GREEN LANTERN #124 / 188), Abin Sur (as a ghost; last appearance in SHOWCASE #22; last appearance)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (one of whom dies in this story; two Guardians next appear in GREEN LANTERN #148; others next appear in GREEN LANTERN #149), Carol Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku (both between GREEN LANTERN #140 / 141)
Intro: Tomar-Re’s father (as a ghost; only appearance)
Cameo appearances: Eve Doremus, Jack Jordan, Jim Jordan
Villains: Nekron, Krona and his minions (last appearance for all)
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League fight Starro in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #189-190, T. O. Morrow in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #192-193, and Amos Fortune in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #194, and briefly appears in DC SPECIAL SERIES #26 and (as Hal Jordan) in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #181.
Synopsis: Green Lantern of Earth leads his fellow Corps members in a last-ditch battle against Krona, to keep him from allowing Nekron passage into Earth’s dimension.

Green Lantern No. 141
June 1981
Cover: Green Lantern and Carol Ferris facing the Omega Men //George Perez (signed)
Story: “The Lurkers In the Shadow” (17 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Marv Wolfman
Artist: Joe Staton
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in DC SPECIAL SERIES #26)
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku (last appearance for both in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #3), Carl Ferris, Mrs. Carl Ferris (last appearance)
Intro: The Omega Men (Primus (Pren), Kalista, Harpis (A’Haarp), Demonia, Tigorr (Lt. T’Ghurrhu), Broot (Charis-Nar), Nimbus; last chronological appearance for all in flashback in next issue), Roger, Cindy (only appearance for both)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: On vacation in Canada, Green Lantern and Carol Ferris encounter and are captured by a grup of aliens called the Omega Men.

Green Lantern No. 142
July 1981
Cover: Green Lantern and Omega Men //George Perez (signed)
Story: “The Omega Men” (17 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Marv Wolfman
Artist: Joe Staton
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Character: Green Lantern
GS: The Omega Men (Primus, Kalista, Harpis, Demonia, Tigorr, Broot (all also in flashback, following their appearance in OMEGA MEN #11 (flashback)), Nimbus (also in flashback, following his appearance in OMEGA MEN #7 (flashback); origin of group revealed in flashback, preceding their appearance in last issue))
Intro: Auron (Lambien; almost dies in flashback and is revived in this story; earlier chronological appearance in OMEGA MEN #7 (flashback)), other Omega Men (in flashback)
Villains: The Citadel (last appearance in NEW TEEN TITANS (1st series) #?)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Kalista explains the origin of the Omega Men to Green Lantern and Carol, after which GL joins the alien heroes in their battle against the Citadel, who are invading Earth.  Meanwhile, a supposedly dead Omega Man comes back to life.

Green Lantern No. 143
August 1981
Cover: Green Lantern strapped down by Hunter and Citadel aliens who wish to amputate his ring hand //George Perez (signed)
Story: “Call Him Auron!  God of Light!  God of Death!”  (17 pages)
Editor: Cary Burkett
Writer: Marv Wolfman
Artist: Joe Staton
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Character: Green Lantern
GS: The Omega Men (Primus, Harpis, Broot, Nimbus, Kalista, Demonia, Tigorr, Auron)
Supporting Character: Carol Ferris
Villains: The Citadel / Gordanians (including Korakk and Grakk; many die in this story; next appear in NEW TEEN TITANS (1st series) #23), the Hunter (first and only appearance)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: The Omega Men and Green Lantern continue their battle against the Citadel, as Auron faces his first test of conscience: whether to spare the Gordanians, or slaughter them wholesale.

Green Lantern No. 144
September 1981
Cover: Green Lantern fighting pterodactyl sprung from Tattooed Man’s arm; Adam Strange vignette //George Perez (signed)
Story: “The Last Picture Show” (17 pages)
Editor: Cary Burkett
Writer: Marv Wolfman
Artist: Joe Staton
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern
GS: The Omega Men (Primus, Harpis, Broot, Nimbus, Kalista (all next appear in ACTION COMICS #535), Demonia, Tigorr, Auron (all next appear in NEW TEEN TITANS (1st series) #23))
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku, Carl Ferris, Richard Davis (first appearance)
Intro: Karyn (only appearance)
Villains: The Tattooed Man (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #61; dies in this story), Goldface (last appearance in issue #48) and his gang (including Hank), Stanley (St’nlli; a Qwardian) an assassin (first appearance for all)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Back in Coast City, Green Lantern encounters the Tattooed Man, who is marked for death by a criminal mastermind.

Green Lantern No. 145
October 1981
Cover: Goldface in blast of Green Lantern’s power beam //Joe Staton / Steve Mitchell (signed)
Story: “Golden Dawn, Golden Death” (19 pages)
Editor: Dave Manak
Writer: Marv Wolfman
Artist: Joe Staton
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris, Carl Ferris, Richard Davis, Thomas Kalmaku, Bruce Gordon
Cameo appearance: Tattooed Man (in flashback)
Villains: Goldface, the assassin (dies in this story), six crime-bosses, Goldblum, Aura, Rev (first appearance for all), Stanley
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: On the trail of the Tattooed Man’s killer, Green Lantern encounters a new, improved, much more powerful Goldface.

Green Lantern No. 146
November 1981
Cover: Goldface holding Green Lantern and gold ingots in balance //Joe Staton
Story: “Prisons and Other Cages” (19 pages)
Editor: Dave Manak
Writer: Marv Wolfman
Artist: Joe Staton
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Gene D’Angelo
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Characters: Bruce Gordon, Carol Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku, Terga Kalmaku, Keith Kalmaku, Miss Kalmaku (last appearance of last three in issue #134), Gregory Garrison (first appearance)
Intro: Detective Conrad
Villains: Benny, Jack, Horatio, Morgan, and other crime bosses, various convicts (first appearance for all), Goldface,  Stanley, Janet Lynn (first appearance), Jason Bloch, Black Hand (last appearance in THE FLASH #259)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Green Lantern wins a titanic battle with Goldface, only to learn he is to be thrown in jail for wrecking the house they fought in.

Green Lantern No. 147
December 1981
Cover: Green Lantern vs. Black Hand and convicts in prison //Joe Staton (signed)
Story: “Do Not a Prison Make” (19 pages)
Editor: Dave Manak
Writer: Marv Wolfman
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Mike DeCarlo
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Gene D’Angelo
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in SUPERMAN #367)
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku, Gregory Garrison, Carl Ferris
Intro: Joseph, Harry
Villains: Benny, Jack, Horatio, other crime-bosses and convicts (last appearance for all), a prison sergeant (first and only appearance), Goldface, Stanley, Black Hand (next appears in issue #205), Jason Bloch
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern briefly appears during the Justice League’s and Justice Society’s party in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #195 and 197, then helps Superman, Supergirl, and Batman fight the Superman Revenge Squad  in SUPERMAN #367,  appears as Hal Jordan in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #181, teams up with Hawkman and Superman to fight the Matter Master in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #274, then teams with the Justice League and several Western heroes to fight the Lord of Time in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #198-199, then appears with the Justice League in DC COMICS PRESENTS #43, then helps the Justice League battle the Appelaxians in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #200, then teams up with Aquaman and Air Wave to fight the Land-Masters in ACTION COMICS #527-528, then helps the Justice League fight the Phantom Zone villains in PHANTOM ZONE #2 and 4 and deal with the Adjuciator in WONDER WOMAN #291.
Synopsis: Minus his power ring, Green Lantern must fight off Black Hand and a prisonful of convicts who want to see him dead.

Green Lantern No. 148
January 1982
Cover: Alien ship stripping civilian clothes from Green Lantern as Carol Ferris watches; Green Lantern Corps vignette //Joe Staton / Steve Mitchell (signed)
Story: “Beware My Power” (19 pages)
Editor: Dave Manak
Writer: Marv Wolfman
Artist: Joe Staton
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Gene D’Angelo
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in WONDER WOMAN #291)
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris, Carl Ferris, Bruce Gordon, Thomas Kalmaku, Terga Kalmaku, Keith Kalmaku, Miss Kalmaku, Richard Davis, a Guardian of the Universe (last appearance in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #3)
Cameo appearance: Abin Sur (in flashback)
Intro: Malo, Crysa, General Kam, other Ungarans
Villains: St’nlli (formerly Stanley; revealed as a Qwardian in this story), Goldface
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: A shipful of Ungarans, natives of Abin Sur’s planet, try to force Green Lantern to come to their world to solve a problem.  When Green Lantern refuses, pleading personal concerns, and fights back, a Guardian appears to him, chastises him for putting his own concerns before the needs of other planets, and orders him to aid the Ungarans.  Green Lantern agrees.

Story: [untitled] (8 pages)
Editor: Dave Manak
Writer: Paul Kupperberg
Penciller: Don Newton
Inker: Dan Adkins
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Ch’p (Green Lantern of H’lven; first appearance; last chronological appearance in flashback in issue #203)
Supporting Character: A Guardian of the Universe (last appearance in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #3)
Intro: The H’lvenites
Villains: The Berrith (including Chok, Kronk, and Blash), alien invaders (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: This is a Tale of the Green Lantern Corps.
Synopsis: Ch’p, a chipmunk Green Lantern, is summoned by a Guardian to save his people’s racial enemies, the Berrith.

Green Lantern No. 149
February 1982
Cover: Green Lantern and Arisia vs. St’nlli //Joe Staton / Dick Giordano (signed)
Story: “Death By Fire and Ice” (19 pages)
Editor: Dave Manak
Writer: Marv Wolfman
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Dennis Jensen
Letterer: Shelly Leferman
Colorist: Gene D’Angelo
Feature Character: Green Lantern
GS: Katma Tui, Arisia, Green Lantern Corps (last appearance for all in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #3), Salaak (last (?) appearance in DC SPECIAL SERIES #1; next appears in issue #172), Kilowog (first appearance; next appears in issue #201), Ch’p
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (last appearance in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #3, except for the two who appeared in last issue), Carol Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku
Other Characters: Malo, Ungarans
Cameo appearances: Arrkis Chummuck, Imi Kann
Villains: St’nlli, Goldface (next appears in issue #151)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Green Lantern tells the Guardians he will give up his power ring after solving the problem on Ungara, while on Earth a Qwardian searches for him and threatens his friends.

Story: “Earth’s First Green Lantern” (8 pages)
Editor: Dave Manak
Writer: Paul Kupperberg
Penciller: Don Newton
Inker: Dan Adkins
Letterer: Pierre Bernard, Jr.
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps
Intro: Sheriff Daniel Young (becomes a Green Lantern in this story), Willy Benson (only appearance for both)
GS: Abin Sur (first chronological appearance; next chronological appearance in issue #55 (flashback))
Villains: The Jackson Brothers (Josiah, Tyler, and Petey; first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: In 1873, Sheriff Daniel Young finds himself deputized as a Green Lantern by Abin Sur, who has crash-landed on Earth.

Green Lantern No. 150
March 1982
Cover: Green Lantern leading Anti-Green Lantern Corps //Joe Staton / Mike DeCarlo (signed)
Story: “From Qward With Hate” (34 pages)
Editor: Dave Manak
Writer: Marv Wolfman
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Mike DeCarlo
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern
GS: Arrkis Chummuck (last appearance in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #3; next appears in DC COMICS PRESENTS #60), Medphyl (last appearance in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #3; next appears in issue #154), Xax (last appearance in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #2; next appears in issue #181), Ch’p (next appears in issue #181), Katma Tui (next appears in DC COMICS PRESENTS #60), Arisia (next appears in issue #163), Green Lantern Corps (next appear in DC COMICS PRESENTS #60)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe
Intro: Charquep (a Green Lantern; only appearance)
Other Characters: Malo, Ungarians
Villains: St’nlli (last appearance; possibly dies in this story), Anti-Green Lantern Corps (including Ralff and Jorjj; first and only appearance), Qwardians, Weaponers of Qward (last appearance for both in issue #127; next appear in WONDER WOMAN #328)
Comment: Green Lantern is sentenced by the Guardians to leave Earth and serve other worlds still he serves his penance in this story.
Synopsis: The Qwardians have created an anti-Green Lantern Corps of their own, and, by using St’nlli’s power to change his loyalties, make Hal Jordan its leader.

Story: “Meanwhile” (13 pages)
Editor: Dave Manak
Writer: Marv Wolfman
Artist: Joe Staton
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Bruce Gordon, Carol Ferris, Gregory Garrison, Carl Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku (next appears in issue #167), Terga Kalmaku, Keith Kalmaku, Miss Kalmaku
Villains: Jason Bloch (next appears in issue #172), Ben Bloch (last appearance in issue #140), Ted Bishop,Turner (first appearance for both), Mikey, Joey, and other hoods and operatives (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: The Bloch brothers continue their secret assault on the Ferris family and company, while Carl and Carol Ferris and their closest friends and allies begin to strike back.

Green Lantern No. 151
April 1982
Cover: Guardian of the Universe watching Carol Ferris and Green Lantern //Joe Staton / Steve Mitchell (signed)
Story: “Resolutions” (17 pages)
Editor: Dave Manak
Writer: Marv Wolfman
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Frank McLaughlin
Letterer: Todd Klein
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern
GA: The Flash (last appearance in THE FLASH #308; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #201)
Supporting Characters: Richard Davis, Bruce Gordon (both next appear in issue #173), Carol Ferris (next appears in flashback in issue #192), Carl Ferris (next appears in issue #174)
Villains: Goldface (last appearance in issue #149; next appears in THE FLASH #315) and his gang (including Wendall; last appearance for all), Ben Bloch, Ted Bishop (last appearance for both), various crooks and operatives
Comment: Goldface reveals that he knows Green Lantern’s secret identity in this story.
Synopsis: Green Lantern, given 24 hours to wind up his affairs on Earth, fights Goldface, rescues Carl Ferris, then rescues Carol and her friends and gets the goods on Ben Bloch before saying farewell to Carol and going into space.

Story: “E’sprit De Corps” (8 pages)
Editor: Dave Manak
Writer: Paul Kupperberg
Artist: Carmine Infantino
Letterer: Shelly Leferman
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps
Intro: Quarzz Teranh (a Green Lantern; dies in this story), Ghr’ll, Xylpth (two Green Lanterns; only appearance for both)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe
Synopsis: Three Guardians contact a Green Lantern personally to give him his final mission and send him against a black hole.

Green Lantern No. 152
May 1982
Cover: Green Lantern vs. Queln and Savages //Joe Staton / Steve Mitchell (signed)
Story: “Star Cycle” (17 pages)
Editor: Dave Manak
Plotter: Marv Wolfman
Scripters: Dan Mishkin, Gary Cohn
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Mike DeCarlo
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Character: A Guardian of the Universe
Cameo appearance: Carol Ferris
Intro: The Cormm, the Savages
Villains: The Queln (first appearance)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Green Lantern is assigned to help the world of M’Brai, and must find out which of its three conflicting races to help, and which to oppose.

Story: “Paradise World” (8 pages)
Editor: Dave Manak
Writer: Paul Kupperberg
Artist: Carmine Infantino
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps
Intro: Jeryll (Green Lantern of Glirell)
Intro: Tywene, Glirellians
Villain: An assailant (first and only appearance), Drelite slavers (first appearance)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Jeryll, the female Green Lantern of Glirell, is taken to task by her planet’s government for violating their peaceful way of life, and is warned that another use of her power will result in her banishment.  Unfortunately, slavers from the world of Drel choose that moment to attack.

Green Lantern No. 153
June 1982
Cover: Green Lantern holding devolution bomb over M’Brai //Ernie Colon / Steve Mitchell (signed)
Story: “The Secret of the Star-Cycle” (17 pages)
Editor: Dave Manak
Plotter: Marv Wolfman
Scripters: Dave Mishkin, Gary Cohn
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Mike DeCarlo
Letterer: Todd Klein
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Character: A Guardian of the Universe
Other Characters: The Cormm, the Savages (last appearance for both)
Villains: The Queln (last appearance)
Synopsis: Green Lantern learns that all beings on M’Brai evolve cyclically, and if the Queln devolve the Savages, their entire race will become extinct.

Story: “The Choice” (8 pages)
Editor: Dave Manak
Writer: Paul Kupperberg
Penciller: Carmine Infantino
Inker: Frank Chiaramonte
Letterer: Adam Kubert
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps
Feature Character: Jeryll (last appearance)
Other Characters: The Glirellians (last appearance)
Villains: Drellite slavers (last appearance)
Synopsis: Jeryll of Glirell stops her people from taking up arms against the Drellite ships, and goes to fight them herself.

Green Lantern No. 154
July 1982
Cover: Green Lantern shackled by Dalor //Gil Kane (signed)
Story: “Rotten To the Corps” (17 pages)
Editor: Dave Manak
Writer: Mike W. Barr
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Character: A Guardian of the Universe
Intro: Dasor (Green Lantern of Timron), planetary natives, Aquoids of Beltair IV, Femazons of Trigus VIII (only appearance for last three), a chieftain (dies in this story)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Green Lantern accidentally crosses over into another Corpsman’s territory, finds out his fellow Lantern is taking money for services rendered, and gets into a fight with him when his actions (or lack of them) cost a man his life.

Story: “A Matter of Snow” (8 pages)
Editor: Dave Manak
Writer: Paul Kupperberg
Penciller: Paris Cullins
Inker: Rodin Rodriquez
Letterer: Adam Kubert
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps
Feature Character: Medphyl (last appearance in issue #150; next appears in THE FLASH #322)
Intro: Cyrians (only appearance; some die in this story)
Villains: Space pirates (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: Medphyl, the plant-man Green Lantern, is forced to confront space pirates on a world that has yellow snow.

Green Lantern No. 155
August 1982
Cover: Green Lantern within his power battery //Joe Staton / Mike DeCarlo (signed)
Story: “With This Ring, I Thee Judge” (17 pages)
Editor: Dave Manak
Writer: Mike W. Barr
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Janice Chiang
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern
GS: Dalor (next appears in issue #191)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (next appear in issue #159)
Intro: Timronians, Talor (Dalor’s son), Dalor’s wife (only appearance for all)
Cameo appearance: Planetary natives (in flashback)
Synopsis: Dalor is sentenced by the Guardians to run a gauntlet of tests he may not survive, and Green Lantern of Earth is ordered to convey the news to his wife and son, learning about the dictates of Dalor’s culture as a result.

Story: “Bxyl Tjyl’s Pan-Galactian Travelling Circus and Side Show” (8 pages)
Editor: Dave Manak
Writer: Paul Kupperberg
Penciller: Mike DeCarlo
Inker: Frank Giacoia
Letterer: Janice Chiang
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps
Feature Character: Tuebeen (a Green Lantern; first and only appearance)
Intro: Bxyl Tjyl and his circus, Tvillion Quartudo (only appearance for all)
Synopsis: An alien Green Lantern is asked to learn why a circus’s performers are vanishing, and to do so, the dour hero must pose as a clown.

Green Lantern No. 156
September 1982
Cover: Carol Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku, and Green Lantern vs. alien being /Gil Kane (signed)
Story: “Judas World” (17 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Mike W. Barr
Artist: Gil Kane
Letterer: Annette Kawecki
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Cameo appearances: Carol Ferris, Rich Davis, Thomas Kalmaku (as guises for impostors)
Intro: Trigus, Dalgovans (only appearance for all)
Villains: The Pharoids (natives of Pharos IV; first and only appearance)
Synopsis: Green Lantern finds a duplicate of Earth where the planet Pharos IV should be, complete with versions of all human beings, including his friends, but it proves to be a trap.

Story: “The Gladiator’s Apprentice” (8 pages)
Editor: Dave Manak
Writer: Paul Kupperberg
Penciller: Paris Cullins
Inker: Pablo Marcos
Letterer: Adam Kubert
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps
Feature Character: Wyxla (Green Lantern of Space Sector 6; first and only appearance)
Intro: Tahr (a young Green Lantern; only appearance)
Villains: Space pirates (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: A young Green Lantern strives to please the elderly Green Lantern of his space-sector, but seems never to quite measure up.

Green Lantern No. 157
October 1982
Cover: Green Lantern and Hector Hammond in space //Keith Pollard (signed)
Story: “There’s No Grave Like Home” (17 pages)
Editor: Marv Wolfman
Writer: Mike W. Barr
Penciller: Keith Pollard
Inker: Mike DeCarlo
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Character: Carol Ferris (between issues #192 (flashback) / 172)
Villain: Hector Hammond (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #205; next appears in issue #196)
Synopsis: In space, Green Lantern finds himself attacked by his asteroid home, and Hector Hammond is the cause of it.

Story: “One Among the Stars” (6 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Paul Kupperberg
Penciller: Irv Novick
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Phil Felix
Colorist: Tom Ziuko
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps
Feature Character: Charles Vicker (Green Lantern of Sector 3319; last appearance in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #1)
Intro: Natives of Axelbob III (only appearance)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Charles Vicker, a Green Lantern from Earth assigned to another space-sector, finds it hard to cope dealing with life-forms alien to him.

Green Lantern No. 158
November 1982
Cover: Green Lantern in stasis field, menaced by space-dragon //Keith Pollard (signed)
Story: “A Loop In Time” (17 pages)
Editor: Ernie Colon
Writer: Mike W. Barr
Penciller: Keith Pollard
Inker: Mike DeCarlo
Letterer: Adam Kubert
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Intro: Talkorians, Dr. T’gura (only appearance for all), S’omoarr (dies before this story begins) all)
Synopsis: Green Lantern finds himself trapped in a stasis field by a woman scientist who wishes to tap the power of his ring to create a time-warp in which she can reunite with her now-dead lover.

Story: “One Among the Stars: Part 2" (8 pages)
Editor: Ernie Colon
Writer: Paul Kupperberg
Penciller: Irv Novick
Inker, letterer: Bruce Patterson
Colorist: Tom Ziuko
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps
Feature Character: Charles Vicker (Green Lantern of Sector 3319; next appears in issue #?)
Intro: Natives of Ftl’yl XI (only appearance)
Synopsis: Charles Vicker finds out, while saving a planet of insectoids, that some of their traits are more human than he would have expected.

Green Lantern No. 159
December 1982
Cover: Evil Star vs. Green Lantern //Keith Pollard (signed)
Story: “When Evil Stars Begin To Fall” (17 pages)
Editor: Ernie Colon
Writer: Mike W. Barr
Penciller: Keith Pollard
Inker: Mike DeCarlo
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in WONDER WOMAN #300)
GS: Eddore (last appearance in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #3)
Intro: Evil Star’s wife, son, and race (all in flashback; all die in this story), Donny Weems
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (last appearance in issue #155)
Cameo appearances:  Nekron, Carol Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku, Abin Sur (in flashback)
Villains: Evil Star (last appearance in issue #131; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #9; also appears in flashback, his earliest chronological appearance, preceding his introduction in issue #37; origin revealed), Starlings (last appearance in issue #131; last appearance)
Comment: Shortly after this story, the Guardians of the Universe evidently allow Green Lantern to return to Earth long enough to attend the almost-wedding of Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor in WONDER WOMAN #300.
Synopsis: Green Lantern is attacked in deep space by Evil Star and his Starlings, and to spare him from turning others evil with his newfound power, offers to be corrupted himself in their stead.

Story: “Eyes of the Sea” (6 pages)
Editor: Ernie Colon
Writer: Bob Rozakis
Penciller: Jerome Moore
Inker: Rodin Rodriguez
Letterer: Phil Felix
Colorist: Nansi Hoolahan
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps
Feature Character: Green Lantern of Penelo (last appearance in issue #127)
Intro: A Commander and his crewman
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: The aquatic Green Lantern of Penelo finds the seas of his world being artificially heated to a boil.

Green Lantern No. 160
January 1983
Cover: Green Lantern; Headman and Calorian firing squad (two vignettes) //Keith Pollard (signed)
Story: “Head Trip” (17 pages)
Editor: Ernie Colon
Writer: Mike W. Barr
Penciller: Keith Pollard
Inker: Sam De La Rosa
Letterer: Todd Klein
Colorist: Tom Ziuko
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in WONDER WOMAN #300)
GS: Eddore
GA: Omega Men (Primus, Harpis, Broot, Kalista, Demonia, Tigorr; last appearance in NEW TEEN TITANS ANNUAL #1)
Supporting Character: A Guardian of the Universe, Dorine Clay (Onu Murtu; last appearance in issue #36)
Other Characters: Calorians (last appearance in issue #36), Donny Weems (last appearance)
Villains: The Headmen (last appearance in issue #36), Tiror (first appearance?), Diamond Man (first appearance; next appears in issue #162)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Green Lantern is abducted by the Headmen, who wish to destroy him as a token offering to gain admittance to the Citadel.  But the Omega Men arrive to attempt a rescue.

Story: “The Eyes of the Universe” (6 pages)
Editor: Ernie Colon
Writer: Bob Rozakis
Penciller: Jerome Moore
Inker: Rodin Rodriguez
Letterer: Andrews
Colorist: Nansi Hoolahan
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps
Feature Character: Green Lantern of Penelo (last appearance)
Other Characters: The Commander and his crewman (last appearance for both)
Synopsis: The Green Lantern of Penelo learns that the aliens causing the oceans of his world to boil are merely energizing the sun to keep their world from dying, but he must find a way to save his own planet.

Green Lantern No. 161
February 1983
Cover: Broot, Harpis, Kalista, Primus, Green Lantern, Tigorr, Demonia, and Onu Murtu vs. Headmen //Keith Pollard / Mike DeCarlo (signed)
Story: “And They Shall Crush the Headmen” (17 pages)
Editor: Ernie Colon
Writer: Mike W. Barr
Penciller: Keith Pollard
Inker: Pablo Marcos
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern
GS: The Omega Men (Primus, Kalista, Harpis, Broot, Tigorr, Demonia; all next appear in OMEGA MEN #1)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (next appear in THE FLASH #319), Dorine Clay
Other Characters: Calorians (last appearance)
Villains: The Headmen (last appearance), Tiror (next appears in OMEGA MEN #?), the Psions (between OMEGA MEN #? / ?)
Synopsis: Green Lantern, the Omega Men, and Dorine Clay fight to free the Calorians from the Headmen, who have vowed to turn them over to the Citadel.

Green Lantern No. 162
March 1983
Cover: Green Lantern and Dorine watching Ph’rax dying in space //Keith Pollard (signed)
Story: “Or Give Me Death” (10 pages)
Editor: Ernie Colon
Writer: Mike W. Barr
Penciller: Keith Pollard
Inker: Rick Hoberg
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Character: Dorine Clay, Guardians of the Universe
Other Characters: Freeminds (last appearance)
Intro: Ph’rax (dies in this story)
Villains: Myrwhydden (behind the scenes; last appearance in ADVENTURE COMICS #460; no actual appearance until issue #164), Diamond Man (between issues #160 / 164)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: In space, Green Lantern’s own ship attacks him and Dorine.

Story: “The Price You Pay” (7 pages)
Editor: Ernie Colon
Writer: Kurt Busiek
Penciller: Richard Howell
Inker: Sal Trapani
Letterer: Adam Kubert
Colorist: Gene D’Angelo
Feature: Green Lantern Corps
Feature Character: Liana (Green Lantern of M’slu; first and only appearance)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe
Intro: Tybalt, metal people (only appearance for all)
Synopsis: In saving a world of metallic people, a Green Lantern violates her code, and must stand judgment before the Guardians of the Universe.

Story: “Apprentice” (7 pages)
Editor: Ernie Colon
Writer: Kurt Busiek
Artist: Dave Gibbons
Letterer: Todd Klein
Colorist: Nansi Hoolahan
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps
Feature Character: Green Lantern of an alien world (next appears in issue #171)
Intro: Deeter (next appears in issue #171)
Villain: A villain (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: A Green Lantern’s apprentice tries out the ring prematures, and finds that it takes expertise to be a hero.

Green Lantern No. 163
April 1983
Cover: Green Lantern charging his ring as Dorine Clay watches //Keith Pollard / Rick Hoberg (signed)
Story: “Or Give Me Death”: Part 2 (7 pages)
Editor: Ernie Colon
Writer: Mike W. Barr
Penciller: Keith Pollard
Inker: Rick Hoberg
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Gene D’Angelo
Feature Character: Green Lantern
GS: Eddore (next appears in issue #165), Arisia (last appearance in issue #150; next appears in DC COMICS PRESENTS #60)
Supporting Character: Dorine Clay
Other Character: Mykl
Villain: Myrwhydden (behind the scenes)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Green Lantern and Dorine Clay try to find the power battery before GL’s ship can kill them.

Story: “Green Magic” (12 pages)
Editor: Ernie Colon
Writer, letterer: Todd Klein
Penciller: Chuck Patton
Inkers: Steve Mitchell (pgs. 1-6), Jan Duursema (pgs. 7-12)
Colorist: Gene D’Angelo
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps
Feature Character: Hollika Rahn (Green Lantern of Rhoon; first appearance and origin; next appears in issue #165)
Supporting Character: Mikkin (first appearance; next appears in issue #165)
Intro: Mr. and Mrs. Rahn (Hollika’s parents), Hollika’s stepmother (all in flashback; all die in this story), Rhoonians, Sorcerors of Rhoon, Ahzur (next appears in issue #179), Tahrk, Timihr (his father)
Cameo appearance: A Guardian of the Universe (in flashback)
Villains: Scientists of Rhoon (first appearance)
Comment: This issue also contains a one-page gag story, “A Snap Sequence”, written by Robin Snyder, pencilled by Keith Giffen, and inked by Ernie Colon, featuring Green Lantern and Sinestro.
Synopsis: On the world of Rhoon, the scientists who rule most of the planet wish to take the Glowstone from beneath the isle to which the Sorcerors were exiled, and Hollika Rahn, the Green Lantern adopted by sorcerors, must try to stop the ensuing war.

Green Lantern No. 164
May 1983
Cover: Green Lantern with sword; vignettes of three-headed Guardian vs. Hal Jordan and Dorine Clay, Myrwhydden, and Hal Jordan vs. knight //Keith Pollard (signed)
Story: “Green Lantern the Barbarian” (17 pages)
Editor: Ernie Colon
Writer: Mike W. Barr
Penciller: Keith Pollard
Inker: Dan Adkins
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Gene D’Angelo
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Characters: Dorine Clay (next appears in issue #171), Guardians of the Universe (last appearance in THE FLASH #319; next appear in DC COMICS PRESENTS #60, except for one who appears in next issue)
GA: John Stewart (last appearance in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #3)
Cameo appearances: Thomas Kalmaku (as “Thomal”), Carl Ferris (as “King Caarl”), Carol Ferris (as “Princess Caarol”), Abin Sur (in flashback)
Villains: Myrwhydden (last appearance in ADVENTURE COMICS #460; next appears in issue #?), Diamond Man (last appearance in issue #162)
Synopsis: Green Lantern experiences a hallucination in which he is Haljor, a barbarian hero with a “powersword”, not knowing it is an illusion provided by his old foe Myrwhydden.

Story: “Hero” (7 pages)
Editor, co-plotter: Ernie Colon
Co-plotter, scripter: Todd Klein
Co-plotter, artist: Dave Gibbons
Letterer: Todd Klein
Colorist: Nansi Hoolahan
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps
Feature Character: A Green Lantern (only appearance)
Intro: Ivanar, Gretti, their mother, and their tribe (only appearance for all)
Synopsis: A Green Lantern must find a way to help a tribe of space gypsies avoid destruction in anti-matter, but learns that they will only accept help from one of their own.  So he deputizes one of their young men as a new (and temporary) Green Lantern.

Green Lantern No. 165
June 1983
Cover: John Stewart (Green Lantern) and Green Arrow //Gil Kane (signed)
Story: “The Curse of Krystayl” (17 pages)
Editor: Ernie Colon
Writer: Mike W. Barr
Penciller: Keith Pollard
Inker: Dan Adkins
Letterer: Phil Felix
Colorist: Gene D’Angelo
Feature Character: Green Lantern (John Stewart; next appears in issue #?)
GS: Green Arrow (last appearance in DETECTIVE COMICS #525; next appears in GREEN ARROW #1)
GA: Eddore (between issues #163 / 169), Galius-Zed (last appearance in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #3; next appears in issue #169)
Supporting Character: A Guardian of the Universe (next appears in DC COMICS PRESENTS #60)
Intro: Beverly (next appears in issue #188)
Cameo appearance: Donny Weems (in flashback)
Villain: Diamond Man  (destroyed in this story), various crooks (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: Green Arrow and John Stewart must team up to counter the menace of a crystalline alien warrior who absorbs people.

Story: “Test of Will” (6 pages)
Editor: Ernie Colon
Writer, letterer: Todd Klein
Artist: Dave Gibbons
Colorist: Nansi Hoolahan
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps / Green Magic
Feature Character: Hollika Rahn (Green Lantern of Rhoon; last appearance in issue #163)
Supporting Characters: Mikkin, Tahrk (last appearance for both in issue #163), a Guardian of the Universe
Villains: Krana and another Scientist (first appearance for both)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: After showing Hollika Rahn a dream of what might happen if she shirks her responsibilities as a Green Lantern, a Guardian reveals that her deemil Mikkin has strayed into Scientist territory, been caught, and needs rescuing.

Green Lantern No. 166
July 1983
Cover: Green Lantern (two vignettes) //Gil Kane (signed)
Story: “Yellow Is the Color of Fear” (17 pages)
Editor: Ernie Colon
Writer: Joey Cavalieri
Penciller: George Tuska
Inker: Frank McLaughlin
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Gene D’Angelo
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Intro: Krista, Droxelle, Meadlux, Kaylark (Green Lantern of D’xe; four Green Lanterns; as part of Green Lantern’s illusion; first actual appearance for all in issue #169; Meadlux and Kaylark appear as Guardians in this story)
Cameo appearance: Galius-Zed, Guardians of the Universe (as part of Green Lantern’s illusion)
Villain: Kilobyte (as part of Green Lantern’s illusion; no actual appearance; first and only appearance)
Comments: As shown in issue #169, this story and the lead stories in the next two issues are all an illusiory psychodrama staged by the Guardians as a mental test for Green Lantern.
Synopsis: After rescuing a female Green Lantern named Krista from danger but finding she has been poisoned by a yellow source, Green Lantern takes her to the planet Oa, where he finds several of his fellows rebelling against the Guardians on the grounds that the latter have concealed knowledge of improved, yellow-proof power rings.

Story: “Test of Will”: Part 2 (6 pages)
Editor: Ernie Colon
Writer, letterer: Todd Klein
Artist: Dave Gibbons
Colorist: Nansi Hoolahan
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps / Green Magic
Feature Character: Hollika Rahn (Green Lantern of Rhoon; next appears in issue #179)
Supporting Characters: Mikkin, Tahrk (both next appear in issue #179), a Guardian of the Universe
Villains: Scientists of Rhoon (including Rhinni), Timihr (next appears in issue #180)
Synopsis: Tahrk helps rescue Hollika from the air fleet of the Rhoon Scientists.

Green Lantern No. 167
August 1983
Cover: Green Lantern and Guardians of the Universe //Gil Kane (signed)
Story: “Ring Against Ring” (17 pages)
Editor: Ernie Colon
Writer: Joey Cavalieri
Penciller: George Tuska
Inker: Frank McLaughlin
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Gene D’Angelo
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Characters: Thomas Kalmaku (between issues #150 / 172)
Cameo appearances: Galius-Zed, Krylark, Eddore, Meadlux
Intro: Cyan (as a character in Green Lantern’s illusion; no real appearance; only appearance)
Villains: The Free Lancers (Harrow, Chance, Risque; first appearance for all; characters in Green Lantern’s illusion; no real appearance)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
 This story and the lead story in the next issue are an illusiory psychodrama staged by the Guardians as a mental test for Green Lantern.
Synopsis: Galius-Zed, Eddor, and Krylark are corrupted by their newer and stronger power rings, and Green Lantern must find a way to overcome them.

Story: “Successor” (6 pages)
Editor: Ernie Colon
Writer, letterer: Todd Klein
Artist: Dave Gibbons
Colorist: Jeanine Casey
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps
Feature Character: Brin (a horse Green Lantern; first and only appearance)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe
Intro: Teacher (a robot Green Lantern), Mina, Cor, Meri (Brin’s family; only appearance for all)
Villains: The Spider Guild (between OMEGA MEN #? / ?)
Synopsis: An equine Green Lantern returns from a mission to his family and their robot Teacher, knowing the Guardians will soon choose his successor from among them.

Green Lantern No.168
September 1983
Cover: Green Lantern vs. space pirates //Gil Kane (signed)
Story: “A Ring of Endless Might” (17 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Joey Cavalieri
Penciller: George Tuska
Inker: Frank McLaughlin
Letterer: Ben Oda
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Cameo appearances: Kaylark (as the Empress Surrenda), Galius-Zed, Eddore, Dorine Clay (all as characters in Green Lantern’s illusion)
Intro: Kaylark’s parents (only appearance; no actual appearance; characters in Green Lantern’s illusion)
Villains: Commanders Jett and Xantha (no actual appearance; characters in Green Lantern’s illusion; first and only appearance for both), the Free Lancers (last appearance; all as characters in Green Lantern’s illusions)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
 This story is an illusiory psychodrama staged by the Guardians as a mental test for Green Lantern.
Synopsis: Green Lantern must fight Kaylark, who has made herself empress of her homeworld with her improved power ring.

Story: “The Lysandra Saga”
 Part One: “Sins In the Stars” (7 pages)
Editor: Ernie Colon
Writer: Jack C. Harris
Penciller: Jerome Moore
Inker: Sal Trapani
Letterer: Phil Felix
Colorist: Jeanine Casey
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps
Feature Character: Lysandra (Green Lantern of Zinthia; first appearance and origin)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe
Intro: Green Lantern of Space Sector 47 (dies in this story), Zinthians
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: A young woman who lives on a world which anathemizes the stars as evil finds she must take up the office of a dying Green Lantern who falls from space.

Green Lantern No. 169
October 1983
Cover: Green Lantern charging ring; Lysandra with power battery; Symon Terrynce stopping guns with power beams (three vignettes) //Gil Kane (signed)
Story: “Off On a Tanjent” (16 pages)
Editor: Ernie Colon
Writer: Joey Cavalieri
Pencillers: Jose Delbo (pgs. 1-2, 16), Howard Simpson (pgs. 3-15)
Inker: Gary Martin
Letterer: G. Ball
Colorist: Gene D’Angelo
Feature Characters: Green Lantern, Symon Terrynce (Green Lantern of Tanjent; first and only appearance; origin)
GS: Krista (first actual appearance)
GA: Galius-Zed (between issues #165 / 199), Eddore (between issues #165 / 172), Droxelle, Meadlux, Kaylark (first and only actual appearance for all), Green Lantern Corps (last appearance in DC COMICS PRESENTS #60)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (last appearance in DC COMICS PRESENTS #60)
Intro: Evert and Brynda Terrynce, Simon Terrynce II (Simon’s clone), Tanjentians (only appearance for all)
Villains: Alien invaders (in flashback; first and only appearance)
Synopsis: Krista severely questions the Guardians’ reasoning in subjecting Hal Jordan to a psychodrama in order to test his will after his adventure with Myrwhydden.  In answer, the Guardians tell her the tale of a youth from the planet Tanjent who, exiled by his parents for not having proper matter-shaping powers, was made into a Green Lantern.

Story: “Sun-Fall” (7 pages)
Editor: Ernie Colon
Writer: Jack C. Harris
Penciller: Jerome Moore
Inker: Sal Trapani
Letterer: Phil Felix
Colorist: Jeanine Casey
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps
Feature Character: Lysandra (Green Lantern of Zynthia; last appearance)
Intro: Spol (Green Lantern of Cyc), Thar (a living star) and her offspring (only appearance for all)
Other Characters: Zynthians (last appearance)
Synopsis: Lysandra has given her battery of power to her people, that they may use its power to move their world away from the rays of the increasingly-hot sun.  But another Green Lantern lands on her world, and tells her why she must stop them from doing so.

Green Lantern No. 170
November 1983
Cover: Meeno Monak mourning Lodar Monak;. Green Lantern vignette //Gil Kane (signed)
Story: “The Inheritance” (23 pages)
Editor: Ernie Colon
Writer: Gary Cohn
Pencillers: George Tuska (pgs. 1-3, 22-23), Mike Sekowsky (pgs. 4-21)
Inker: Gary Martin (pgs. 1-3, 22, 23), Frank McLaughlin, Rodin Rodriguez (pgs. 4-21)
Letterers: Andrews, Phil Felix
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Green Lantern, Lodar Monak, Meeno Monak (first and second Green Lanterns of Arden; first appearance for both; both die in this story)
GS: Krista (last appearance)
GA: Green Lantern Corps (next appear in issue #172)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (next appear in issue #172)
Intro: Mrs. Lodar Monak (dies in this story), Green Lantern of Z’nang, Ardenians, Z’nang (only appearance for all)
Villains: Korhalem, the H’od (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis; Krista wants to turn in her ring to protest the Guardians’ treatment of Hal Jordan.  In reply, the Guardians tell her of a Green Lantern who died in a war, and his son, who took his place but was forbidden to take vengeance.

Green Lantern No. 171
December 1983
Cover: Green Lantern (two vignettes) //Gil Kane (signed)
Story: “Shelflife” (17 pages)
Editors: Ernie Colon, Len Wein
Writer: Noel Naive
Penciller: Alex Toth
Inker: Terry Austin
Letterer: Phil Felix
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Characters: Dorine Clay (last appearance in issue #164; last appearance), Guardians of the Universe
Intro: Gretta (only appearance)
Villain: The Caretaker (first appearance; dies in this story)
Synopsis: Green Lantern and Dorine are caught by the “Caretaker” of a lifeless alien race who believes he can make his “sleeping” race awaken by draining out the life-force of his wife--or theirs.

Story: “Deeter and Dragons” (8 pages)
Editors: Ernie Colon, Len Wein
Writer, letterer: Todd Klein
Artist: Dave Gibbons
Colorist: Jeanine Casey
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps
Feature Character: Deeter (a Green Lantern; between issues #162 / 200)
Supporting Character:  A Green Lantern (Deeter’s predecessor; last appearance in issue #162; last appearance)
Intro: Princess Oryna, Grazoum, the Peevily Girls (including Dunnal and Kwella; only appearance for all)
Villain: King of South Ouig (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: After saving a boy from a humiliating experience with four girls, a Green Lantern tells the lad of the time he experienced some “girl trouble” of his own.

Green Lantern No. 172
January 1984
Cover: Katma Tui, Salaak, Eddore, Arisia, Tomar-Re, Arrkis Chummuck, and Green Lantern Corps watching Green Lantern plead his case before Guardians of the Universe //Dave Gibbons (signed)
Story: “Judgment Day” (17 pages)
Editor, writer: Len Wein
Artist, letterer: Dave Gibbons
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern
GS: Salaak (between issues #149 / 196), Eddore (last appearance in issue #169; next appears in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS ANNUAL #1), Katma Tui, Arrkis Chummuck, Tomar-Re, Arisia (last appearance for all in DC COMICS PRESENTS #60; all next appear in issue #181), Green Lantern Corps (last appearance in issue #170)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (between issues #170 / 178), Carol Ferris (last appearance in issue #157), Clay Kendall (first appearance)
Cameo appearances: Thomas Kalmaku, Flash, Green Arrow, John Stewart, Carl Ferris, Bruce Gordon
Intro: Green Green Lantern
Villains: Spike Nayle and his gang (including Chunky; first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: Green Lantern goes before his peers in the Corps and the Guardians of the Universe to plead for the chance to return home to Earth.

Story: “Scavenger” (6 pages)
Editors: Ernie Colon, Len Wein
Writer, letterer: Todd Klein
Artist: Dave Gibbons
Colorist: Jeanine Casey
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps
Feature Character: Green Green Lantern (next appears in ?)
Intro: Metalfinder, Jaad, and their people (only appearance for all)
Villains: The Spider Guild
Synopsis: A Metalfinder on a distant planet finds a Green Lantern, felled by a Spider Guild ship, and tries to salvage his ring and power battery.

Green Lantern No. 173
February 1984
Cover: Javelin vs. Green Lantern //Dave Gibbons
Story: “Old Friends, New Foes” (17 pages)
Editor, writer: Len Wein
Artist, letterer: Dave Gibbons
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #219)
GA: The Monitor, Lyla (last appearance in NEW TEEN TITANS ANNUAL #2?; next appear in issue #176)
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris, Richard Davis, Bruce Gordon (last appearance for both in issue #151), Thomas Kalmaku (last appearance in issue #167), April O’Rourke, Jose Alejandro Carlos Esteban Ramirez y “Jake” Diego (first appearance for both), Clay Kendall
Villains: The Javelin and his minions (first appearance for all), Jason Bloch (no actual appearance; behind the scenes)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Green Lantern faces a new foe hired to bring down Ferris Aircraft--the Javelin.

Story: “Progress” (6 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Joey Cavlieri
Artist, letterer: Dave Gibbons
Colorist: Jeanine Casey
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps
Intro: Two Green Lanterns (both die in this story)
Villains: Two muggers, alien invaders (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: A Green Lantern is killed in battle and passes on his ring to a primitive native of the world he crashes on.  The new Lantern uses his power to defend his world and advance its civilization, until he, too, dies in combat.

Green Lantern No. 174
March 1984
Cover: Green Lantern facing yellow missle //Dave Gibbons (signed)
Story: “I Shot a Javelin Into the Air” (23 pages)
Editor, writer: Len Wein
Artist, letterer: Dave Gibbons
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Characters: Thomas Kalmaku, Carol Ferris, Bruce Gordon, Richard Davis, Clay Kendall, Jake Ramirez, April O’Rourke, Hazel (first appearance), Carl Ferris (last appearance in issue #151)
Intro: Henshaw, Martha, Betsy, Sarah (only appearance for all), Milton, Bernie (both next appear in issue #176)
Villains: The Javelin and his men (last appearance for all), Jason Bloch (last appearance in issue #150), the Shark (last appearance in issue #126)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Green Lantern battles Javelin and tries to stop him from destroying Ferris Aircraft with a yellow missle.

Green Lantern No. 175
April 1984
Cover: The Shark vs. Green Lantern //Dave Gibbons (signed)
Story: “Shark Bait” (14 pages)
Editor, writer: Len Wein
Artist, letterer: Dave Gibbons
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern (appears isochronally with THE FLASH #329)
GS: The Flash (appears isochronally with THE FLASH #329)
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris, Clay Kendall, April O’Rourke, Jake Ramirez
Intro: A hobo
Cameo appearances: Conrad Bloch, Superman, Aquaman, Wonder Woman (all in flashback)
Villains: Smith, Con-Trol (first appearance for both), the Shark, Jason Bloch, the Rainbow Raider (last appearance in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #197; appears isochronally with THE FLASH #329; next appears in THE FLASH #348)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: The Shark returns thanks to a nuclear waste accident, and Green Lantern tries to stop him, but instead has his mind consumed by the monster.

Green Lantern No. 176
May 1984
Cover: Green Lantern in the Shark’s mouth //Dave Gibbons (signed)
Story: “Mind Games” (23 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Len Wein
Co-plotter, penciller: Dave Gibbons
Inker: Dick Giordano
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern
GA: The Monitor, Lyla (last appearance for both in issue #173)
Supporting Characters: Tawny Young (first appearance; last chronological appearance in flashback in issue #191), Carol Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku, Bruce Gordon, Richard Davis, Lt. Costello (first appearance; next appears in issue #180)
Intro: Cisco (only appearance)
Other Characters: The hobo (last appearance), Bernie, Milton (last appearance for both in issue #174)
Villains: The Shark (next appears in issue #196), the Demolition Crew (the Riveter (Rosie), Scoop-Shovel, Steamroller, Jackhammer, and Hardhat; first appearance for all), Jason Bloch
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Carol Ferris and Thomas Kalmaku try to help Green Lantern by recharging his ring while his mind is in the Shark’s psychic domain.

Green Lantern No. 177
June 1984
Cover: Green Lantern (two vignettes) //Gil Kane (signed)
Story: “Interlude” (17 pages)
Editor, writer: Len Wein
Penciller: Chuck Patton
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Albert DeGuzman
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #219)
Supporting Characters: Tawny Young, Guardians of the Universe (last appearance in issue #172)
Other Characters: Bernie, Milton (last appearance for both)
Comments: Credits as given above apply to pages 1-2 and 15-17 only; pgs. 3-14 reprint “The Green That Got Away” from issue #128.
 Shortly after this story Green Lantern helps the Justice League and Justice Society fight the Johnny Thunder of Earth-One in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #219, then helps the Justice League fight Paragon in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #224, then helps the Justice League and Outsiders fight the Pantheon in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #300 and 302, then helps the Justice League and the Swamp Thing fight the Floronic Man in SAGA OF THE SWAMP THING #24, then joins the Justice League and New Teen Titans to commemorate the anniversary of Supergirl’s arrival on Earth in SUPERGIRL #20.
Synopsis: While rescuing people, Green Lantern recalls an old battle with Hector Hammond.

Story: “Final Duties” (6 pages)
Editor, writer: Len Wein
Artist: Gil Kane
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps
Feature Character: Kwo Varrikk (a Green Lantern; first and only appearance)
GA: Green Lantern Corps
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe
Intro: Mynosians, Krodarrans, Vrygothians, a Green Lantern (Kwo Varrikk’s successor; only appearance for all)
Synopsis: On the eve of his retirement, a Green Lantern performs many duties before turning over his ring to his successor.

Green Lantern No. 178
July 1984
Cover: Green Lantern
Story: “A Bad Case of the DT’s” (23 pages)
Editor, writer: Len Wein
Artist, letterer: Dave Gibbons
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Characer: Green Lantern (last appearance in SUPERGIRL #20)
GA: Monitor, Lyla
Villains: Demolition Team, Jason Bloch, the Predator (first appearance; Carol Ferris’s dark side; last chronological appearance in flashback in issue #192)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.

Green Lantern No. 179
August 1984
Cover: Demolition Team demolishing power battery and fighting Predator //Dave Gibbons (signed)
Story: “Let Us Prey” (17 pages)
Editor, writer: Len Wein
Artist, letterer: Dave Gibbons
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku, Bruce Gordon, Clay Kendall, Richard Davis, Guardians of the Universe
Villains: Predator, Demolition Crew, Jason Bloch
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: While the Predator battles the Demolition Crew on Earth, Green Lantern struggles to save a planet in space.

Story: “Enemy Lines” (6 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer, letterer: Todd Klein
Artist: Dave Gibbons
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps / Green Magic
Feature Character: Hollika Rahn (Green Lantern of Rhoon; last appearance in issue #166)
Supporting Characters: Mikkin, Tahrk (last appearance for both in issue #166), Skeev, Brindi, Rhandor, Fian (first appearance for all)
Villains: Ahzur (last appearance in issue #163), Scientists of Rhoon (last appearance in issue #166)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Hollika Rahn attempts to rally her friends against the machinations of Ahzur, but her scientist ally finds he must fight the others to prove himself.

Green Lantern No. 180
September 1984
Cover: Green Lantern accussed by Carol Ferris in ruins of Ferris Aircraft //Dave Gibbons (signed)
Story: “Aftermath” (18 pages)
Editor, writer: Len Wein
Penciller: Dave Gibbons
Inker: Mike DeCarlo
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern
GS: Green Arrow, the Flash (last appearance in DC COMICS PRESENTS #73; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #231), Superman
Supporting Characters: Lt. Costello (last appearance in issue #176), Clay Kendall (loses the use of his legs in this story), Jake Ramirez, April O’Rourke, Bruce Gordon, Richard Davis, Carol Ferris
Intro: Dr. Chen (only appearance)
Villains: Demolition Crew, various crooks (first and only appearance)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: With Ferris Aircraft destroyed by the Demolition Crew, Green Lantern faces the choice of continuing as a ring-wielder, or quitting to stay with Carol Ferris.

Story: “Enemy Lines”: Part 2 (6 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer, letterer: Todd Klein
Artist: Dave Gibbons
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps / Green Magic
Feature Character: Hollika Rahn (Green Lantern of Rhoon; next appears in issue #199)
Supporting Characters:  Mikkin, Tahrk, Skeev, Brindi, Rhandor, Fian, Timihr (last appearance in issue #166; no longer a villain)
Villains: Ahzur, Vihnor (first appearance), Scientists of Rhoon
Synopsis: Hollika and her friends are surprised by Tahrk’s father, who tells them how he escaped from the Scientists and that he wants to join them.

Green Lantern No. 181
October 1984
Cover: Green Lantern throwing ring down before the Guardians of the Universe //Dave Gibbons (signed)
Story: “Take This Job and Shove It” (17 pages)
Editor, writer: Len Wein
Penciller: Dave Gibbons
Inker: Mark Farmer
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern (gives up his identity and power ring to become Hal Jordan full-time in this story)
GS: Tomar-Re, Katma Tui, Arisia, Arrkis Chummuck (all between issues #172 / 185), Xax (last appearance in issue #150; next appears in issue #185), John Stewart (next chronological appearance in flashback in issue #185)
GA: Diana Prince (Wonder Woman; last appearance in WONDER WOMAN #322; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #231)
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris, Steve Trevor (between WONDER WOMAN #322 / 323), Clay Kendall, April O’Rourke, Guardians of the Universe, Carl Ferris, Hazel
Cameo appearances: Hector Hammond, Evil Star, Sinestro, Star Sapphire
Villains: Jason Bloch (dies in this story), the Predator (next appears in issue #185), Smith
Comment: Until Hal Jordan reassumes his Green Lantern identity in issue #200, he receives Guest Star status in this index.
Synopsis: Green Lantern turns in his ring to the Guardians, telling them he wishes to give up his heroic identity.  On Earth, the Predator slaughters Jason Bloch.

Story: “One Night In a Bar on Lawrel-Hardee XI” (6 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Paul Kupperberg
Artist: Don Newton
Letterer: John Clark
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps
Feature Character: Ch’p (Green Lantern of H’lven; last appearance in issue #150; next appears in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS ANNUAL #1)
Intro: Twiffletoottoot and a barkeeper (only appearance for both)
Villains: Pirates of the Blackheart Pogo (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: In a bar on an alien world, a group of space pirates learns not to think lightly of talking squirrels, especially when the squirrel in question has a power ring.

Tales of the Green Lantern Corps Annual No. 1
1985
Cover: Maaldor vs. Arrkis Chummuck, Tomar-Re, Arisia, Katma Tui, Ch’p, Xax //Gil Kane (signed)
Story: “Those Who Worship Evil’s Might” (40 pages)
Editor, co-scripter: Len Wein
Plotter, co-scripter: Paul Kupperberg
Artist: Gil Kane
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Green Lantern Corps (Katma Tui (between GREEN LANTERN #185 / 187), Aarkis Chummuck (last appearance in GREEN LANTERN #185; dies in this story), Tomar-Re, Arisia (both between GREEN LANTERN #185 / 188), Xax (between GREEN LANTERN #185 / 189), Kryloss (first appearance; dies in this story), Eddore (between GREEN LANTERN #172 / 192), John Stewart (between GREEN LANTERN #185 (flashback) / 182), Ch’p (last appearance in GREEN LANTERN #181; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5); next Corps appearance as a whole in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (between GREEN LANTERN #185 / 182)
Cameo appearance: Superman (in flashback)
Villains: Maaldor (last appearance in DC COMICS PRESENTS #72; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #9), Raiders of Kramtoo (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: Oa is rocked by a quake and the Central Power Battery is drained of power, leaving only five Green Lanterns to find the cause of the problem within 24 hours, if they can.

Green Lantern No. 182
November 1984
Cover: Green Lantern (John Stewart), Thomas Kalmaku, Hal Jordan, Carol Ferris, Bruce Gordon, Rich Davis, Carl Ferris //Dave Gibbons (signed)
Story: “It’s a Dirty Job, But...!”  (17 pages)
Editor, writer: Len Wein
Penciller: Dave Gibbons
Inker: Mark Farmer
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern (John Stewart; last chronological appearance in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS ANNUAL #1)
GS: Hal Jordan (origin as Green Lantern retold in flashback)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (last chronological appearance in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS ANNUAL #1), Carol Ferris, April O’Rourke, Richard Davis, Carl Ferris, Bruce Gordon, Tawny Young, Clay Kendall, Thomas Kalmaku, Lt. Costello
Intro: Fred, Stan (only appearance for both)
Cameo appearance: Abin Sur (in flashback), Eclipso
Villains: Major Disaster (last appearance in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #281)
Synopsis: John Stewart takes over as Earth’s Green Lantern from Hal Jordan, but that’s not good enough for Major Disaster, who wants to fight the Green Lantern he once fought, or destroy a dam and Coast City with it.

Story: “I, Lantern” (6 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Joey Cavalieri
Artist: Kevin O’Neill
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps
Feature Character: Yron (Green Lantern of Grenda; Stel’s successor; first appearance and origin)
Intro: Elga, other Grendans, a Green Lantern (only appearance)
Villains: The Krydos (first appearance)
Synopsis: In the wake of Stel’s passing, another Grendan robot-being demands to be given a chance to succeed him as Green Lantern, and is granted it.

Green Lantern No. 183
December 1984
Cover: Jake Ramirez, Bruce Gordon, Hal Jordan, Green Lantern (John Stewart), Carol Ferris, Smith, Thomas Kalmaku //Dave Gibbons (signed)
Story: “Day of Disaster” (17 pages)
Editor, writer: Len Wein
Penciller: Dave Gibbons
Inker: Mark Farmer
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern (John Stewart; next appears in issue #185)
GS: Hal Jordan
Supporting Characters: Lt. Costello, Tawny Young, Thomas Kalmaku, Bruce Gordon, Clay Kendall, April O’Rourke, Carol Ferris (all next appear in issue #185)
Cameo appearances: Green Lantern (Hal Jordan), Superman, Karate Kid (in flashback)
Villains: Major Disaster (last appearance), Eclipso (unrevealed; between issues #139 / 185), Smith
Comment: Since next issue is a reprint issue with only three panels of new material, it will not be indexed here.
Synopsis: John Stewart seems stumped in his battle against Major Disaster, until he chances upon a ploy that makes his foe see a streetful of Green Lanterns.

Story: “I, Lantern”: Part 2 (6 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Joey Cavalieri
Artist: Kevin O’Neill
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps
Feature Character: Yron (Green Lantern of Grenda; destroyed in this story), Stel (Green Lantern of Grenda; restored to life in this story; last appearance in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #2; next appears in issue #200)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe
Villains: The Krydos (last appearance)
Synopsis: Yron’s foolhardy actions bring the Krydos to Grenda, where he is destroyed.  But with his last spark of life, he restores the former Green Lantern of his world.

Green Lantern No. 185
February 1985
Cover: Green Lantern (John Stewart) bursting through power battery //Dave Gibbons (signed)
Story: “In Blackest Day” (17 pages)
Editor, writer: Len Wein
Artist: Dave Gibbons
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern (John Stewart; last appearance in issue #183; also appears in flashback, chronologically between issue #181 / TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS ANNUAL #1)
GS: Katma Tui, Arrkis Chummuck, Tomar Re, Arisia, Xax (last appearance for all in issue #181; all in flashback; all next appear in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS ANNUAL #1), Hal Jordan
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (in flashback; next appear in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS ANNUAL #1), Tawny Young, Bruce Gordon, Thomas Kalmaku, Carol Ferris, Clay Kendall, Jake Ramirez, April O’Rourke (last appearance for all in issue #183), Carl Ferris, Richard Davis
Villain: Eclipso (last appearance in issue #183), the Predator (last appearance in issue #181)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Richard Davis knocks out Hal Jordan to take his place as test pilot of the new Solar Jet, but jet and pilot are captured by Eclipso.

Story: “Burdens” (6 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Kurt Busiek
Artist: Don Heck
Letterer: Todd Klein
Colorist: Shelley Eiber
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps
Feature Character: Green Lantern of Feron (first and only appearance)
Intro: Feronites, Miranda (only appearance for all)
Synopsis: The Green Lantern of Feron has become the virtual ruler of his planet.  Now he abdicates his position, and chaos reigns.

Green Lantern No. 186
March 1985
Cover: Green Lantern (John Stewart) vs. Eclipso //Dave Gibbons (signed)
Story: “In Brightest Night” (23 pages)
Editor, writer: Len Wein
Artist: Dave Gibbons
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern (John Stewart)
GS: Hal Jordan
Supporting Characters: Richard Davis (dies in this story), Jake Ramirez, Hazel (last appearance for both), April O’Rourke, Thomas Kalmaku, Clay Kendall, Carol Ferris, Carl Ferris, Bruce Gordon
Villains: Eclipso (next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5), Smith, the Predator
Synopsis: Green Lantern (John Stewart) and Bruce Gordon confront Eclipso, who is out to use the Ferris solar jet’s engine to separate him from Gordon forever.

Green Lantern No. 187
April 1986
Cover: Green Lantern (John Stewart) and astronauts near shattered space shuttle //Paris Cullens / Romeo Tanghal (signed)
Story: “A Day In His Life” (17 pages)
Editor: Andy Helfer
Writer: Paul Kupperberg
Penciller: Bill Willingham
Inker: Rich Rankin
Letterer: Helen Vesik
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern (John Stewart)
GS: Hal Jordan
GA: Katma Tui (last appearance in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS ANNUAL #1)
Supporting Characters: April O’Rourke, Clay Kendall, Carl Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku, Carol Ferris, Bruce Gordon (last appearance), Guardians of the Universe (next appear in issue #193)
Intro: Connie, crew of the space shuttle Champion (only appearance for all)
Villains: Smith (next appears in issue #189), the Predator
Synopsis: Hal Jordan gets beaten up by the Predator, and Green Lantern John Stewart makes a less than stellar showing while trying to rescue a space shuttle.

Story: “Forever Blowing Bubbles” (6 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Mike Baron
Artist: Marshall Rogers
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps
Feature Character: KT21 (Green Lantern of Jerome; next appears in issue #200)
Intro: BJ (only appearance)
Villains: Warlord Poml, Zubin (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: A woman who juggles motherhood, glass-blowing, and Green Lanternhood must deal with an invading warlord.

Green Lantern No. 188
May 1985
Cover: Hal Jordan, Katma Tui, Tawny Young, and Thomas Kalmaku watching unmasked Green Lantern (John Stewart) carried on crowd’s shoulders //Joe Staton / Bruce Patterson (signed)
Story: “Decent Exposure” (17 pages)
Editor: Andy Helfer
Writer: Steve Englehart
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bruce Patterson
Letterer: Helen Vesik
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern (John Stewart)
GS: Hal Jordan, Katma Tui
GA: Superman, Green Arrow (last appearance in DETECTIVE COMICS #550; next appears in RED TORNADO #3), Black Canary (last appearance in DETECTIVE COMICS #550; next appears in RED TORNADO #1)
Supporting Characters: Mrs. Stewart (John’s mother; first and only appearance), Tawny Young (next appears in BLUE DEVIL #13), Carol Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku
Intro: Mr. Linders (only appearance)
Other Character: Beverly (last appearance in issue #165; last appearance)
Cameo appearances: Jeremiah Clutcher, Diamond Man (both in flashback)
Villains: The Predator, Sonar (last appearance in issue #130)
Synopsis: John Stewart’s Green Lantern identity is revealed, not long before he goes into battle against Sonar.

Story: “Mogo Doesn’t Socialize” (6 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Alan Moore
Artist, letterer: Dave Gibbons
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps
Feature Character: Mogo (a planetary Green Lantern; first appearance; next appears in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS ANNUAL #2)
GS: Arisia, Tomar-Re (last appearance of both in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS ANNUAL #1; both next appear in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #1)
Villain: Bolphunga the Unrelenting (first and only appearance)
Comment: This story also mentions two other Green Lanterns: Leezle Pon, a superintelligent smallpox virus, and Dkrtzy Rrr, an abstract mathematical progression.
Synopsis: A combatant looking for a Green Lantern to hunt down and fight chooses the mysterious Mogo for his opponent, only to find out he should have taken more care with his choice of foes.

Green Lantern No. 189
June 1985
Cover: Sonar, Throttle, and Blindside vs. Green Lanterns John Stewart and Katma Tui //Joe Staton / Bruce Patterson (signed)
Story: “Echoes” (17 pages)
Editor: Andy Helfer
Writer: Steve Englehart
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bruce Patterson
Letterer: Helen Vesik
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern (John Stewart; next appears in BLUE DEVIL #13)
GS: Hal Jordan, Katma Tui, Guy Gardner (last appearance in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #3)
Supporting Characters: Carol Ferris, April O’Rourke, Clay Kendall (last appearance for last two)
Villains: Sonar, Throttle, Blindside (first appearance for last two; all three next appear in issue #196), Peter Grantland (first and only appearance), Smith (last appearance in issue #187), the Predator
Comment: Shortly after this story Green Lantern (John Stewart) teams with Zatanna and the Demon to fight a possessed Blue Devil in BLUE DEVIL #13 and then joins with the Justice League to appear during the Red Tornado’s battle with the Construct in RED TORNADO #1, 3.
Synopsis: Sonar and his two new accomplices strike at Disneyland, and John Stewart and Katma Tui must oppose them.

Story: “Insect Trust” (6 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer, letterer: Todd Klein
Artist: Kevin O’Neill
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps
Feature Character: Xax (last appearance in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS ANNUAL #1)
Villains: The Spider Guild
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Xax, the grasshopper Green Lantern, must find a way to keep his people from starving to death, making war, and falling to the Spider Guild at the same time.

Green Lantern No. 190
July 1985
Cover: Predator scratching John Stewart’s cheek //Joe Staton / Bruce Patterson (signed)
Story: “Time Out of Mind” (17 pages)
Editor: Andy Helfer
Writer: Steve Englehart
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bruce Patterson
Letterer: L. Lois Buhalis
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern (John Stewart; last appearance in RED TORNADO #3)
GS: Hal Jordan, Katma Tui, Guy Gardner (next appears in issue #193), Green Arrow, Black Canary (last appearance for both in RED TORNADO #3; both next appear in DETECTIVE COMICS #581)
Supporting Characters: Tawny Young (last appearance in BLUE DEVIL #13), Carol Ferris, Carl Ferris (next appears in issue #202)
Intro: Mr. Gregory, Joe (only appearance for both)
Villains: The Predator, Smith (next appears in issue #202)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: John Stewart, Green Arrow, Black Canary, and Tawny Young discover that the Predator has tampered with their memories, while Guy Gardner comes out of his coma and Hal Jordan tries to track the Predator down.

Story: “Insect Trust”: Part 2 (6 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer, letterer: Todd Klein
Artist: Kevin O’Neill
Colorist: Shelly Eiber
Feature: Tales of the Green Lantern Corps
Feature Character: Xax (next appears in issue #198)
Intro: Zghithii and two other Green Lanterns, Hap-Beterix, Hap-Aptor (only appearance for all)
Villains: The Spider Guild
Synopsis: With Xax seemingly helpless, the warring factions of Xaos unite against the common enemy.

Green Lantern No. 191
August 1985
Cover: Hal Jordan and the Predator //Joe Staton / Bruce Patterson (signed)
Story: “Macho” (23 pages)
Editor: Andy Helfer
Writer: Steve Englehart
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bruce Patterson
Letterer: L. Lois Buhalis
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern (John Stewart)
GS: Hal Jordan, Katma Tui, Dalor (last appearance in issue #154)
GA: Green Arrow (voice only)
Supporting Character: Tawny Young (in flashback; first chronological appearance; next chronological appearance in issue #176)
Cameo appearances: Black Canary (in flashback)
Villains: The Predator, Star Sapphire (Carol Ferris)
Comment: The Predator merges with Carol Ferris to form Star Sapphire in this story.
 Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: The Predator kidnaps Carol Ferris, and Hal Jordan traces him down to an old theater to rescue her.

Green Lantern No. 192
September 1985
Cover: Star Sapphire flying from merged and cracked halves of Carol Ferris’s and Predator’s faces //Joe Staton / Bruce Patterson (signed)
Story: “First Star I See Tonight” (23 pages)
Editor: Andy Helfer
Writer: Steve Englehart
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bruce Patterson
Letterer: L. Lois Buhalis
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern (John Stewart)
GS: Hal Jordan, Katma Tui, Dalor
Cameo appearances: Green Arrow, Black Canary, Thomas Kalmaku, Tawny Young, Replikon, Gen. Fabrikant, Carl Ferris, Smith, Jason Bloch, a Guardian of the Universe, Bruce Gordon, Clay Kendall (all in flashback)
Villains: Star Sapphire (also appears in flashbacks, between issue #109 / WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #255 and between issues #151 / 157), Zamarons (last appearance in issue #41), Predator (in flashback; first chronological appearance; next chronological appearance in issue #172)
Comments: Story continues in next issue.
 Fred Hembeck credited for “research assistance”.
Synopsis: Star Sapphire relates her origin to Hal Jordan, revealing that the sapphire gem split off the Predator-self from Carol Ferris after she fell into despair from losing him.  Finally, the Zamarons summon her back to their world, where John Stewart, Katma Tui, and Dalor have arrived.

Green Lantern No. 193
October 1985
Cover: Replikon (as Green Lantern (Hal Jordan)) holding Green Lantern (John Stewart) on the Moon //Joe Staton / Bruce Patterson (signed)
Story: “Dead Ringer” (23 pages)
Editor: Andy Helfer
Writer: Steve Englehart
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bruce Patterson
Letterer: L. Lois Buhalis
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern (John Stewart)
GS: Hal Jordan, Katma Tui, Dalor (no further appearances, but mentioned as possibly dead in issue #196)
GA:  Guy Gardner (last appearance in issue #190)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (last appearance in issue #187)
Intro: Sachi, Yukinori (Replikon’s children; only appearance)
Other Character:  Replikon (last appearance in issue #109; last appearance)
Cameo appearance: Imi Kann (in flashback)
Villains: Star Sapphire (next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #9), Zamarons
Comment: Katma Tui and John Stewart fall in love in this story.
Synopsis: After being repelled from the Zamarons’ world, John Stewart and Katma Tui encounter Replikon in space.

Green Lantern No. 194
November 1985
Cover: Green Lantern (John Stewart) and Katma Tui vs. Harbinger; Monitor vignette //Joe Staton / Bruce Patterson
Story: “5" (23 pages)
Editor: Andy Helfer
Writer: Steve Englehart
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bruce Patterson
Letterer: L. Lois Buhalis
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern (John Stewart; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #1)
GS: Hal Jordan, Katma Tui, Guy Gardner, Green Arrow, Black Canary (last appearance of last two in DETECTIVE COMICS #558; both next appear in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5), Harbinger (last appearance in FURY OF FIRESTORM #41; next appears on page28 of CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #1)
GA:  Superman of Earth-2, Blue Beetle, Solovar, Obsidian, Geo-Force, Cyborg, Dawnstar, Firebrand II,  the Monitor (all isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #1)
Supporting Characters: Thomas Kalmaku (next appears in issue #202), Terga Kalmaku, Keith Kalmaku, Miss Kalmaku (last appearance for all), Guardians of the Universe (isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #2; several die in this story)
Cameo appearance: Imi Kann (in flashback)
Villains: Psycho-Pirate, Psimon, Shadow-Demons (all isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #1), Anti-Monitor (as a voice; isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #2)
Comment: This story crosses over with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #1.  In CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #1 and 2, John Stewart joins with the other heroes the Monitor has selected to help save the multiverse.
 In this story, the Blue Beetle reveals that he is married in the pre-Crisis multiverse.
 Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: As the Crisis on Infinite Earths begins to affect Earth-One, Harbinger summons John Stewart to join her band of heroes and villains to resist it, and Hal Jordan finds that the Guardians are once again passing him over as a ring-wielder, in favor of Guy Gardner.

Green Lantern No. 195
December 1985
Cover: Guy Gardner (in silhouette) with power battery //Joe Staton / Bruce Patterson (signed)
Story: “4" (23 pages)
Editor: Andy Helfer
Writer: Steve Englehart
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bruce Patterson
Letterer: L. Lois Buhalis
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Green Lantern (Guy Gardner; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #9), Green Lantern (John Stewart; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #3)
GS: Hal Jordan, Katma Tui, K’ryssma (last appearance in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #3; next appears in issue #198), Apros (last appearance in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #2; next appears in issue #198)
GA: Jonah Hex, Bat Lash, Scalphunter, Cyborg (all appear isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #3)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe
Cameo appearances: Anti-Monitor, Krona, Monitor, Sinestro, John Stewart (all in flashback)
Villains: Shadow-Demons, a monster (first and only appearance)
Comment: This story crosses over with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #3.  John Stewart appears briefly in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #4 and 5, and Arisia, Tomar-Re, Ch’p, the Green Lantern Corps, and the Guardians of the Universe appear in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 and 8, while John Stewart appears in BLUE DEVIL #17 and then in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #8, and Guy Gardner, Star Sapphire, and several Guardians appear in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #9.
 A red-skinned female Green Lantern appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5, but is not Katma Tui; this Green Lantern is revealed as a separate person from Katma by her appearance in issue #198.
 This story reveals that there are 21 surviving Guardians of the Universe.
 Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Hal Jordan manages to tag along with the Guardian and Guy Gardner to Oa, where he learns first-hand of the Crisis and is told that he will never again be a Green Lantern.

Green Lantern No. 196
January 1986
Cover: Green Lantern (Guy Gardner) //Howard Chaykin (singed)
Story: “3" (24 pages)
Editor: Andy Helfer
Writer: Steve Englehart
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bruce Patterson
Letterer: L. Lois Buhalis
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Green Lantern (Guy Gardner; last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #9), Green Lantern (John Stewart; last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #7)
GS: Hal Jordan, Katma Tui
Intro: J. B. (Only appearance)
Cameo appearances: Jonah Hex, Cyborg, Bat Lash, Shadow-Demons (in flashback)
Villains: The Shark (last appearance in issue #176)
Comment: This issue crosses over with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS.
 John Stewart learns that Hal Jordan was his predecessor as Green Lantern in this story, and of Guy Gardner.
Synopsis: Guy Gardner revives the Shark to serve as the first of his troops against the Anti-Monitor, but the Shark has other plans.

Green Lantern No. 197
February 1986
Cover: Guy Gardner and John Stewart facing off with Hal Jordan in the middle //Joe Staton / Bruce Patterson (signed)
Story: “2" (23 pages)
Editor: Andy Helfer
Writer: Steve Englehart
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bruce Patterson
Letterer: L. Lois Buhalis
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Character: Green Lantern (John Stewart), Green Lantern (Guy Gardner)
GS: Salaak (between issues #172 / 199), Katma Tui, Hal Jordan (regains a power ring in this story)
GA: Eddore (last appearance in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS ANNUAL #1; dies before this story begins; appears as a corpse), Zborra (last appearance in TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #2; dies before this story begins; appears as a corpse)
Supporting Character: A Guardian of the Universe (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #9)
Villains: The Shark, Hector Hammond (last appearance in issue #157), Sonar, Throttle, Blindside (last appearance for all in issue #189), Goldface (last appearance in THE FLASH #343), Sinestro (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #9)
Synopsis: Guy Gardner gathers together a team of villains to help him fight the Anti-Monitor, and John Stewart and Katma Tui try to stop him, until Hal Jordan, with a new power ring, asks them to let him do it.

Green Lantern No. 198
March 1986
Cover: Goldface, Guy Gardner, Sonar, Shark, and various villains facing Hal Jordan and fallen Apros, Tomar-Re, Xax, Arisia, John Stewart, Katma Tui, and other Green Lantern Corps members //Joe Staton / Bruce Patterson (signed)
Story: “1" (18 pages)
 “0" (20 pages)
Editor: Andy Helfer
Writer: Steve Englehart
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bruce Patterson
Letterer: L. Lois Buhalis
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Green Lantern (Hal Jordan; regains his costume and name in this story), Green Lantern (John Stewart; gains Tomar-Re’s ring in this story), Green Lantern (Guy Gardner)
GS: Katma Tui, Tomar-Re (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #8; dies in this story; passes on his ring to John Stewart), Xax (last appearance in issue #190; dies in this story), K’ryssma, Apros (last appearance for both in issue #195), Arisia, Ch’p, Green Lantern Corps (last appearance for all in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #8)
Intro: The “eighth sense” Green Lantern (dies in this story)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #8)
Cameo appearances: Krona, Monitor, Anti-Monitor
Villains: Sinestro, Hector Hammond (both next appear in issue #200), the Shark, Goldface, Throttle, Blindside, alien criminals (first and only appearance), Weaponers of Qward (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #8; last appearance; some die in this story)
Comments: Story continues in next issue.
 Story crosses over with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #10.  CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #11 and 12 take place before next issue.
Synopsis: Hal Jordan joins with Guy Gardner and his band to fight the Weaponers of Qward, but does a turnabout when he sees some of them committing murder.  Meanwhile, the Green Lantern Corps tries to stop them from destroying the Anti-Monitor’s birthplace and thus giving him even more power.

Green Lantern No. 199
April 1986
Cover: Green Lantern, Arisia, and Goldface //Joe Staton / Bruce Patterson (signed)
Story: “Ignition” (22 pages)
Editor: Andy Helfer
Writer: Steve Englehart
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inkers: Mark Farmer, Bob Smith
Letterer: L. Lois Buhalis
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Green Lantern (Hal Jordan), Green Lantern (John Stewart)
GS: Katma Tui, Salaak (last appearance in issue #197), Ch’p, Arisia, K’ryssma, Apros, Galius-Zed (last appearance in issue #169), Hollika Rahn (last appearance in issue #180), Medphyl (last appearance in DC COMICS PRESENTS #60), Green Lantern Corps, Green Lantern (Guy Gardner)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe, Appa Ali Apsa (last appearance in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #174)
Cameo appearance: Green Arrow, Black Canary (in flashback)
Villains: Star Sapphire (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #9), Zamarons (including Byula), Goldface, the Shark, Sonar, Throttle, Blindside, Lurlan Dupo (first appearance)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
 This story reveals that 15 Guardians and 912 Green Lanterns died during the Crisis on Infinite Earths.
Synopsis: Hal Jordan and several other Green Lanterns track down Goldface.

Green Lantern No. 200
May 1986
Cover: Green Lantern Corps at the Central Power Battery //Walt Simonson (signed)
Story: “Five Billion Years” (38 pages)
Editor: Andy Helfer
Writer: Steve Englehart
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bruce Patterson
Letterer: L. Lois Buhalis
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Green Lantern (Hal Jordan), Green Lantern (John Stewart)
Supporting Characters: Guardians of the Universe, Zamarons (last appearance for all), Appa Ali Apsa
GS: Katma Tui, Ch’p, Salaak, Arisia, KT21 (last appearance in issue #187; last appearance), Medphyl, Stel (last appearance in issue #184), Deeter (last appearance in issue #171; last appearance), K’ryssma (next appears in issue #205), Hollika Rahn (last appearance), Chaselon (last appearance in issue #132; last appearance)
Intro: Nadia Safir (a Zamaron; only appearance)
Cameo appearances: Krona, a Manhunter (in flashback), the Flash, Tomar-Re (as illusions)
Villains: Sinestro, Hector Hammond (last appearance for both in issue #198), Star Sapphire, Green Lantern (Guy Gardner; latter three form the Triumvirate of Terror in this story), Goldface, Lurlan Dupo (last appearance for both), Plasma Fig (first and only apperance), Weaponers of Qward
Comment: This is a giant-sized issue.
Synopsis: Hal Jordan and his fellow Green Lanterns battle Star Sapphire and Goldface again, as the Guardians reveal the Zamarons’ true nature, unite with them, and leave the Green Lantern Corps on their own.

Green Lantern Corps No. 201
Cover: Kilowog, Salaak, Green Lantern (Hal Jordan), Green Lantern (John Stewart), Katma Tui, Ch’p, Arisia, Salaak //Joe Staton / Bruce Patterson (signed)
Story: “Setting Up Shop” (22 pages)
Editor: Andy Helfer
Writer: Steve Englehart
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Mark Farmer
Letterer: L. Lois Buhalis
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: Green Lantern Corps (Hal Jordan, John Stewart, Katma Tui, Arisia (gets new uniform in this story), Kilowog (last appearance in issue #149), Ch’p, Salaak)
GS: Medphyl, Stel (last appearance for both), Apros (next appears in issue #205), Guy Gardner (Green Lantern), Green Lantern Corps
Supporting Character: Appa Ali Apsa
Intro: D’ll, M’nn’e (last chronological appearance of both in flashback in issue #203; last chronological appearance of both)
Villains: Sonar, Blindside, Throttle, Dr. Polaris (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5), Whiteout, Dropded, Dr. Ub’x (as Polestar; first appearance for all three), Palomarisians (first and only appearance; some die in this story), Star Sapphire (last appearance)
Comment: With this issue, the title changes to GREEN LANTERN CORPS.
Synopsis: Seven Green Lanterns set up shop on Earth, and seven villains band together to fight them.

Green Lantern Corps No. 202
July 1986
Cover: Truk vs. Salaak, John Stewart, and Kilowog //Joe Staton / Bruce Patterson (signed)
Story: “Turf” (22 pages)
Editor: Andy Helfer
Writer: Steve Englehart
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Mark Farmer
Letterer: L. Lois Buhalis
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: Green Lantern Corps (Hal Jordan,  John Stewart, Katma Tui, Arisia, Kilowog, Ch’p, Salaak)
Supporting Characters: Thomas Kalmaku (last appearance in issue #194; last appearance), Carl Ferris (last appearance in issue #190; last appearance)
Villains: Dr. Polaris, Whiteout, Dropded, Dr. Ub’x (revealed in this story; also appears as Polestar, Truk, and Malignon), Sonar, Blindside, Throttle, Smith (last appearance in issue #190)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: The Green Lantern Corps takes on Dr. Polaris, Sonar, and their minions, including an ever-changing villain who proves to be Ch’p’s old nemesis, Dr. Ub’x.

Green Lantern Corps No. 203
August 1986
Cover: Guardian’s hand passing power ring on to Ch’p’s hand //Luke / Bruce Patterson (signed)
Story: “The Diabolical Doctor Ub’x” (22 pages)
Editor: Andy Helfer
Writer: Steve Englehart
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Mark Farmer
Letterer: L. Lois Buhalis
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: Green Lantern Corps (Hal Jordan,  John Stewart, Katma Tui, Arisia, Kilowog, Ch’p (origin revealed in flashback, his earliest chronological appearance, preceding his introduction in issue #148), Salaak)
Supporting Character: A Guardian of the Universe (in flashback)
Intro: Green Lantern of Sector 1014 (a fox; in flashback; dies in this story)
Other Characters: M’nn’e, D’ll (first chronological appearance for both; in flashback; next chronological appearance of both in issue #201)
Villains: Dr. Ub’x, Dr. Polaris, Sonar, Whiteout, Dropded, Throttle, Blindside (last appearance for all), Crabsters, B’Gul Bears, Chick Fury and his Eagle Scouts, Battle Beaver, Mole Patrol (latter five in flashback; first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: Dr. Ub’x reveals his true form and tries to take revenge on the Green Lantern Corps and Ch’p specificially.

Green Lantern Corps No. 204
September 1986
Cover: Baron Tirano watching his seven duplicates battle Green Lantern Corps on screens //Joe Staton / Rick Magyar, Helen (signed)
Story: “Young and Innocent” (22 pages)
Editor: Andy Helfer
Writer: Steve Englehart
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Mark Farmer
Letterer: L. Lois Buhalis
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: Green Lantern Corps (Hal Jordan,  John Stewart, Katma Tui, Arisia, Kilowog, Ch’p, Salaak)
GS: Green Lantern (Guy Gardner)
Supporting Characters: Tawny Young, Appa Ali Apsa
Intro: Peter Jennings (of Earth-One), Craig Berman (only appearance for both)
Cameo appearances: Blake Carrington, Alexis (from DYNASTY), Mr. T, Bones McCoy, Captain Kirk. Bill Cosby
Other Character: Friedrich (last appearance in issue #54; dies in this story)
Villain: Baron Tirano (last appearance in issue #54; last appearance)
Synopsis: As the Green Lanterns on Earth announce their presence to the world, Baron Tirano reappears in the form of seven energy duplicates.

Green Lantern Corps No. 205
October 1986
Cover: Guy Gardner beset by Maltusians //Joe Staton / Bruce Patterson (signed)
Story: “Bad Reputation” (22 pages)
Editor: Andy Helfer
Writer: Steve Englehart
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Mark Farmer
Letterer: L. Lois Buhalis
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: Green Lantern Corps (Hal Jordan,  John Stewart, Katma Tui, Arisia, Kilowog, Ch’p, Salaak)
GS: Green Lantern (Guy Gardner), K’ryssma (last appearance in issue #200), Apros (last appearance in issue #201)
Supporting Characters: Tawny Young, Thomas Kalmaku, Appa Ali Apsa (last appearance for last two)
Intro: Ben Akawa, Nestor Rios (only appearance for both)
Villains: Smith (last appearance), Black Hand (last appearance in issue #147)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: The Green Lantern Corps holds a press conference, and shortly afterward battle Black Hand.

Green Lantern Corps No. 206
November 1986
Cover: Black Hand vs. Kilowog //Joe Staton / Bruce Patterson (signed)
Story: “In Deep” (22 pages)
Editor: Andy Helfer
Writer: Steve Englehart
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Mark Farmer
Letterer: L. Lois Buhalis
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: Green Lantern Corps (Hal Jordan,  John Stewart, Katma Tui, Arisia, Kilowog, Ch’p, Salaak; last appearance for all; New Earth versions appear in next issue)
Supporting Characters: Tawny Young (last appearance; New Earth Tawny Young appears first in issue #?)
Intro: Rico (only appearance)
Cameo appearances: Iona Vane, Eve Doremus, Kari Limbo, Dorine Clay (in flashback)
Villain: Black Hand (last appearance)
Comment: After this issue, the Earth-One Green Lantern Corps are replaced by the New Earth Green Lantern Corps.
Synopsis: While Hal Jordan and a physically-matured Arisia are trapped in a mine shaft, the rest of the Green Lantern Corps on Earth fight Black Hand.

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