"How Do You Fight A Nightmare?": This story is reprinted from Green Lantern (Volume 2) #82.
- I've got a lot to say, and I'm not much good at speeches, so please don't interrupt me. When I saw, a little while ago, the strength of Green Arrow's love for Dinah, I realized that I've been denying myself that sort of strength... because I was proud, because I insisted on my own terms... because I demanded you accept me, not as the dashing Green Lantern, but as plain... Hal Jordan!
Appearing in "How Do You Fight A Nightmare?"
- Star City
- Dimension of Furies
Synopsis for "How Do You Fight A Nightmare?"
This story is reprinted from Green Lantern (Volume 2) #82.
Appearing in "And A Child Shall Destroy Them!"
- Grandy the Cook
- Jason Belmore
- Meadowhill School
Synopsis for "And A Child Shall Destroy Them!"
This story is reprinted from Green Lantern (Volume 2) #83.
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.
- This issue reprints Green Lantern (Volume 2) #82-83.
- Contains an index of works created by Dennis O'Neil and Neal Adams.
- In the first story, Black Canary is identified as Dinah Drake Lance, but she was later retconned to be Dinah Laurel Lance – her daughter.
- The cover of #82 depicted Green Arrow and Green Lantern being attacked by beasts that were half women, half birds, but Julius Schwartz had been unable to work out the cover copy. Dick Giordano mentions in his introduction for the graphic novel Green Lantern/Green Arrow Volume Two that having seen the cover, he turned and started to walk away, chanting "The harpies are coming, the harpies are coming" (paraphrasing a popular movie of the time, The Russians are Coming! The Russians are Coming!). Schwartz liked this, and so THE HARPIES ARE COMING! became the cover copy – which really pleased Giordano.
- According to the introduction by Dick Giordano for Green Lantern/Green Arrow Volume Two, the likenesses of Sybil and Grandy were actually those of President Richard Nixon and Vice President Spiro Agnew respectively – neither of whom was popular with Neal Adams.
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- Cover gallery for the Green Lantern/Green Arrow series
- More Fun Comics #73-107
- Green Arrow (Volume 1)
- Green Arrow (Volume 2)
- Green Arrow (Volume 3)
- Green Arrow (Volume 4)
- Green Arrow (Volume 5)
- Green Arrow (Volume 6)
- Green Arrow and Black Canary
- Green Arrow: The Wonder Year
- Green Arrow: The Longbow Hunters
- Green Arrow: Year One
- Connor Hawke: Dragon's Blood
- Black Canary (Volume 1)
- Black Canary (Volume 2)
- Black Canary (Volume 3)
Links and References
- Green Lantern at Wikipedia.org
- Green Lantern at DC Comics
- Great Book of Oa
- Green Lantern Corps
- Green Lantern Shrine
- Emerald Dawn Main Page
- Green Lantern at TV Tropes
- Green Arrow at Wikipedia.org
- Green Arrow Toonopedia
- Green Arrow at DCU Guide
- Green Arrow at Wold Newton Universe
- Green Arrow at TV Tropes
- Green Arrow at the DC Animated Universe Wikia
- Green Arrow at Adherents