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"Shelflife": Green Lantern and Dorine visit an unnamed desert world. They are soon caught by the "Caretaker" of a lifeless alien race. By siphoning off the life-force from his own wife, and the now captured duo, the Caretaker believes he can c


Quote1 I think about what I've seen... a man who never gave up looking for life.... even when death was laughing in his face... and I remember the words of a poet... "Do not go gentle into that good night... Rage, rage... against the dying of the light." Quote2
-- Green Lantern



Appearing in "Shelflife"

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  • An unnamed desert world

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Synopsis for "Shelflife"

Green Lantern and Dorine visit an unnamed desert world. They are soon caught by the "Caretaker" of a lifeless alien race. By siphoning off the life-force from his own wife, and the now captured duo, the Caretaker believes he can cure the "sleeping sickness" his people have. While his his wife is hooked up to his experimental machine, he increases the "life-force" power which causes the machinery to go out of control and explode, killing him in the process. Later, the sadden wife explains that her husband needed a purpose and was committed to helping his people, however, his determination made him blind to the obvious, his race was not sleeping, but already dead.

Appearing in "Deeter & Dragons!"

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  • Princess Oryna (Flashback only)

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  • King Grazoum (Flashback only)

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  • South Quig

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Synopsis for "Deeter & Dragons!"

After saving a boy from a humiliating experience with four girls, a Green Lantern tells the lad of the time he experienced some "girl trouble" of his own.

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Trivia

  • Green Lantern's quote is from the Welsh poet Dylan Thomas.



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