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"Green Lantern: "This Is the Story of Danny"": A young clean-cut man stands outside a diner, planning to rob it. His story is told in a flashback from a year ago. The young man, Danny Malone, is hanging out with his friends, including a well-known criminal named Gardenia Greene. His father, a po



Appearing in Green Lantern: "This Is the Story of Danny"

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Synopsis for Green Lantern: "This Is the Story of Danny"

A young clean-cut man stands outside a diner, planning to rob it. His story is told in a flashback from a year ago. The young man, Danny Malone, is hanging out with his friends, including a well-known criminal named Gardenia Greene. His father, a police officer, admonishes him for keeping such bad company. With his mother dead and his father severely disappointed in him, Danny resolves to keep away from crime. On his way home that night, however, he walks into a holdup. Greene shoves a pistol into Danny's hand and leaves him for the police. Captured, Danny is confronted by his father. The other thugs refuse to tell the truth on the boy's behalf, and Danny is later sentenced to two years in jail. He is paroled six months later for good behavior and is given five dollars to help make his way in the world. He ignores his father at the entrance to the jail and soon buys a gun, bringing him back to the present.

Danny sees three men sneak into the diner, and the owner staggers out, asking for help. The boy realizes he almost took a step too far and pursues the killers, firing at them as they escape. Hearing gunshots, Green Lantern descends into the shootout, easily capturing the thugs. They are arrested by police, but Green Lantern finds Danny fleeing the scene, afraid of going back to jail for possessing a gun while on parole. GL takes Danny to a safe location to tell his story, and the hero decides to help him find Greene and clear his name. Apparently, Greene now runs a protection racket against gas stations, and Danny agrees to get a job with the racketeer and act as an informant for Green Lantern.

Danny's first act as a member of Greene's gang is to tell of a police officer who recognizes the young man, solidifying Danny's status as a secret informant. Danny gives Green Lantern the information that they are going to shakedown a station owner who refuses to pay his protection money, and GL heads to the location, sidekick Doiby Dickles in tow. Green Lantern and Doiby make short work of the criminals and call Officer Malone to the scene to discuss Danny. A survivor of the attack tells of Malone's arrest, and Danny is given the job of killing his own father, while Gardenia plans to double-cross Danny and kill him after he commits patricide.

Later that night, Danny ambushes his father and is cut down by Gardenia and one of his men. A patrol car pulls up and the criminals are arrested. The bullets are revealed to be blanks, and the Malones are still alive. Gardenia's hand-picked man is revealed to be the Green Lantern in disguise, but Greene makes a quick move and steals the squad car. GL easily stops the crook and captures him. Danny resolves to become a police officer like his father, and, the next day, Doiby Dickles and Alan Scott discuss whether or not the Green Lantern is a fairy tale.

Appearing in Scribbly: "School Daze"

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Appearing in Hop Harrigan: "Ikky's Invention"

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Appearing in Red, White, and Blue: "Interrupted Vacation"

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Appearing in Sargon the Sorcerer: "Sargon Fights a Corrupt City Council"

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Appearing in Jimmy Stone: "Kidnap Note (Part I)"

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Appearing in The Atom: "The Tablet of Kali"

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Synopsis for The Atom: "The Tablet of Kali"

Al Pratt discovers a murder plot against a professor who had recently returned from an expedition with the Tablet of Kali, the center of a plot by Kali's followers to revive her cult.

Appearing in Doctor Mid-Nite: "The Stolen Brief Case"

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