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"...and through him, save a world...": This story is reprinted from Green Lantern (Volume 2) #89.


Quote1 Okay! Save the plea! I'll Go! I'll trot into the mess we call civilization-- The Stink... The Foulness! Little Robin Hood Me... Into the fray once again! But don't expect me to smile! Quote2
-- Oliver Queen



Appearing in "...and through him, save a world..."

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Synopsis for "...and through him, save a world..."

This story is reprinted from Green Lantern (Volume 2) #89.

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.

Appearing in "The Killing of an Archer"

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  • "Ricky" (Only appearance; dies)

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Synopsis for "The Killing of an Archer"

This story is reprinted from The Flash #217.

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.

Appearing in "Green Arrow is Dead!"

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  • "Ricky" (Dies in flashback)
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Synopsis for "Green Arrow is Dead!"

This story is reprinted from The Flash #218.

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.

Appearing in "The Fate of an Archer"

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  • Rink Willard (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Fate of an Archer"

This story is reprinted from The Flash #219.

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.

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  • The original cover art, appearing on the cover of Green Lantern (Volume 2) #89 featured a dark-haired Isaac, rather than the blonde one, who appears on the cover of this reprint.
  • Much of the imagery in the first story, and some of the dialogue mirrors the biblical crucifixion story.
  • Although Black Canary recognizes the sister of Joshua in "Green Arrow is Dead!", Sister Joshua — as the character is referred to — did not actually appear in "A Kind of Loving, A Way of Death" back in Green Lantern/Green Arrow #2.



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