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"Phases": Green Lantern and Aquaman briefly swap ages while rescuing a French submarine from a mysterious force.


Quote1 ... Yeah, in fact, I'm thinking of putting up my own website. www.Kyle'sGirlTrouble.com. Quote2
-- Green Lantern



Appearing in "Phases"

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Synopsis for "Phases"

Green Lantern and Aquaman briefly swap ages while rescuing a French submarine from a mysterious force.

Appearing in "Art Attack"

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Synopsis for "Art Attack"

Kyle takes Big Barda to a museum to help her gain an appreciation of art, but she grows to value the work of children more than masterpieces on the walls.

Appearing in "Fallen Idols"

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Synopsis for "Fallen Idols"

Deadman tells Kyle that one of his old college professors is a drug dealer. The two heroes shut down the drug operation, but Kyle's former mentor is killed in the skirmish.

Appearing in "Everybody Goes to Guy's"

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  • Kraggadoom

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Synopsis for "Everybody Goes to Guy's"

A child inadvertently unleashes a monster in Guy Gardner's restaurant, Warriors.

Appearing in "The Lantern's Apprentice"

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Synopsis for "The Lantern's Apprentice"

Impulse helps Green Lantern fight Hector Hammond, and he momentarily gains control of Green Lantern when Hammond's telepathy backfires.

Appearing in "Anything You Can Do..."

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Synopsis for "Anything You Can Do..."

Stuck on monitor duty with Plastic Man, Green Lantern challenges him to a contest of creative powers. But they are both outdone by Martian Manhunter.

Appearing in "Crosscut"

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Synopsis for "Crosscut"

Kyle takes a date to Zatanna's show, but ends up helping her fight a sorcerer.

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