"Peril of the Yellow World!": After a series of jinxes, Hal Jordan suspects that Sinestro may be behind it and abruptly ends a date with Carol in order to investigate it. Traveling to the prison they set up for Sinestro, Green Lantern finds that Sinestro is gone and that the device that
Appearing in "Peril of the Yellow World!"
Synopsis for "Peril of the Yellow World!"
After a series of jinxes, Hal Jordan suspects that Sinestro may be behind it and abruptly ends a date with Carol in order to investigate it. Traveling to the prison they set up for Sinestro, Green Lantern finds that Sinestro is gone and that the device that kept him there is no longer working.
Sinestro has returned to Qward where there he is trying to win the most evil citizen of the planet award by eliminating the Green Lantern. Tricking Hal into traveling to a world where everything is yellow, Green Lantern is forced to use his bare hands and wit in order to get away from a the dominant species of the planet, yellow barbarians who want nothing more but to smash Green Lantern. However, Hal manages to escape thanks in part to Sinestro:
Whenever Sinestro and the Qwardians viewed Green Lantern's fate on their monitor, the area would be bathed with purple radiation, negating the effect of the yellow world. This would allow Green Lantern to use his power ring to escape and transport himself to Qward. There he busts up the Qwardian operation and places Sinestro back in his prison, this time making sure the device that keeps him there will not fail. Hal then returns home where he patches things up with Carol.
Appearing in "Zero Hour in Rocket City!"
- Rocket Robbers (Single appearance)
- Dr. Deaton (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "Zero Hour in Rocket City!"
Pieface recounts another adventure of the Green Lantern in his secret casebook: Telling a tale of how Hal went to Rocket City to deliver a special part for a rocket launch which has been stolen by thieves. Beleiving his power ring is out of power, Hal uses his bare hands to deal with the crooks when he suddenly realizes that his ring still does have a charge, and uses it to round them up. When he gets home, he realizes that his ring didn't hold a 25 hour charge, but that the clock in his dressing room at the Ferris Aircraft Company had stopped working an hour before he last recharged his power ring.
- This issue is reprinted in The Green Lantern Archives Vol. 3 and The Green Lantern Chronicles Vol. 4.
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