"Mystery of the Deserted City!": When the town of Pioneer Bluffs is cordoned off during their annual Pioneer Days, Green Lantern goes to investigate. Finding that town deserted, he is alerted to the fact that entire population of the town has been shifted partially out
Appearing in "Mystery of the Deserted City!"
- "Chum" Ames (Single appearance)
- Ted Alden (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "Mystery of the Deserted City!"
When the town of Pioneer Bluffs is cordoned off during their annual Pioneer Days, Green Lantern goes to investigate. Finding that town deserted, he is alerted to the fact that entire population of the town has been shifted partially out of their dimension. Restoring them to normal, he finds a crook who has been using a dimension shifting device in order to commit crimes.
Chasing after the crook through various dimensions and battling that different threats each one poses, Green Lantern finally catches up to the crook and turns him over to the police. He then stays for the rest of the Pioneer Day celebrations.
Appearing in "The Amazing Transformation of Horace Tolliver!"
- Horace Tolliver (Single appearance)
- Mr. Keane (Single appearance)
- Biff Moler (Single appearance)
- Mona (Single appearance)
- Harris (Single appearance)
- Lefty (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "The Amazing Transformation of Horace Tolliver!"
One day while driving through town, Pieface asks Hal if there was ever a time in which Hal tried to use his power ring to help out somebodies lot in life. Hal recalls an incident that happened two years prior in which he had subconsciously gave Horace Tolliver -- a timid bank teller who was pushed around by everyone -- super powers.
Horace used these powers to show some spine and give his tormentors their comeuppance, however Horace decided that now he could take whatever he wanted. Realizing what he had done, Hal visited Horace as Green Lantern but Horace knocked out Green Lantern when he didn't want Hal to take his power away. Hal would eventually stop Horace from robbing a bank, and would strip him of his super powers but not turn him over to the police. Checking up on Horace two years later, Hal was happy to find that Horace learned the errors of his way and earned the respect of others, and learned to stick up for himself and advance at work and get the girl of his dreams with his on his own, using hard work and confidence.
- This issue is reprinted in The Green Lantern Archives Vol. 4 and Showcase Presents: Green Lantern Vol. 2.
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