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"Peril in Plastic": This story is reprinted from Green Lantern (Volume 2) #84.
- Look... sure, I'm ticked off at the pushers because they prey on weakness -- but that doesn't mean my heart bleeds for junkies. Life is tough for everyone. If you want to claim humanity, you don't crawl into a drugged stupor.
- -- Green Arrow
Appearing in "Peril in Plastic"
Synopsis for "Peril in Plastic"
This story is reprinted from Green Lantern (Volume 2) #84.
Green Lantern saves the company town of Piper’s Dell from disaster, not knowing it is controlled by his old enemy, Black Hand. Black Hand is involved in a scheme to brainwash the families around the nearby Plastics plant into becoming obedient zombies using drugs and psychological suggestion. He convinces the entire town that the disaster had not been averted, but started by Green Lantern. As the brainwashed townspeople try to lynch a depowered GL, Green Arrow arrives to help him, and the two thwart Black Hand's plans, encasing him in his own plastic. Afterwards, while Christmas shopping, Green Arrow makes an unambiguous remark about the evils of a plastic world, and the effect it has on our society.
Appearing in "Snowbirds Don't Fly"
- Drug Dealers
- Drug Addicts
Synopsis for "Snowbirds Don't Fly"
This story is reprinted from Green Lantern (Volume 2) #85.
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.
- This issue reprints Green Lantern (Volume 2) #84-85.
- Black Hand appeared last in Green Lantern (Volume 2) #39. He appears next in The Flash (Volume 1) #258.
- The original cover for the first story featured an image of executive editor Carmine Infantino portraying the character of Dr. Wilbur Palm.
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