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"The Defeat of Green Lantern!": With a cosmic storm approaching Earth, Tomar-Re attempts to contact the Green Lantern of Earth to warn him of the danger. On Earth, a letter is sent to Green Lantern care of Thomas Kalmaku to the Ferris Aircraft Company. Written by the ruler of Granaco
Appearing in "The Defeat of Green Lantern!"
- Casino De Granaco
Synopsis for "The Defeat of Green Lantern!"
With a cosmic storm approaching Earth, Tomar-Re attempts to contact the Green Lantern of Earth to warn him of the danger. On Earth, a letter is sent to Green Lantern care of Thomas Kalmaku to the Ferris Aircraft Company. Written by the ruler of Granaco, a kingdom neighboring Modora that Sonar is being released from prison in Modora. He came to Granaco to offer his services as a supreme adviser to the country and was kicked out for even suggesting the idea. In hindsight, the leader of Granaco realized that he has made a powerful enemy in mocking Sonar and is asking for Green Lantern's help.
Traveling to Granaco, Green Lantern tries to stop an attacking the town, fending off all the sound constructs Sonar creates with his weapon. When Sonar attempts to shatter Green Lantern with his sonar gun, however Green Lantern saves himself from death than with a protective sphere. Restored, Green Lantern knocks out Sonar and turns him over to the police.
After Sonar's defeat, Green Lantern is finally reached by Tomar-Re who finally tells him that he was able to put the idea in Green Lantern's head on how to save himself from Sonar's attack.
Appearing in "The Trial of the Horse-And-Buggy Bandits!"
- Mrs. Wilford Bigelow (Single appearance)
- Horse and Wagon thieves (Single appearance)
- Curtis (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "The Trial of the Horse-And-Buggy Bandits!"
When an old woman's phone call to Association for the Prevention of Animal Cruelty somehow gets connected to the Green Lantern's power ring, the call for help leads Green Lantern into a bizarre series of thefts that are done on a horsedrawn buggy. Green Lantern quickly ends the operation, turning the crooks over to the police.
- This issue is reprinted in The Green Lantern Archives Vol. 3 and The Green Lantern Chronicles Vol. 4.
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