GREEN LANTERN (1960) (#1-224) (DC) #110 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Green Lantern (1960) #110
Co-starring Green Arrow. "Brand of Power" is written by Denny O'Neil with art by Mike Grell and Vince Colletta. Writer O'Neil engages in a bit of whimsy with this cowboy and Indian tale with an other-dimensional angle. When Hal (Green Lantern) Jordan confides in his pal Oliver (Green Arrow) Queen that Carol Ferris still hasn't forgiven him for his handling of the Replikon affair and Queen finds himself on the receiving end of a chew-out from Dinah (Black Canary) Lance, the pair decide to shake off their women problems with a trip into space.

While in orbit, the Emerald Archer and the ring-slinger witness another manifestation of the reality-warping Silver Twist which opens portals into other dimensions. Following a four-armed figure they see dive into the Twist, G.L. and G.A. find themselves in the middle of an old Western shoot-out in a town where wearing the symbol of the Green Lantern means you are the Law! Then, the original Green Lantern, Alan Scott, overcomes his personal doubts and by doing so, a Dragon god as well as he enters a brand new era of understanding of his abilities and his responsibilities. "The Doom of Dragon-Fire!" is written by Cary Burkett and drawn by Juan Ortiz and Colletta.

Publisher: DC ComicsTitle: GREEN LANTERN (1960) (#1-224) (DC)
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110 (3.50) (6.75) (12.50) 18.75 (32.00) (42.00)

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