"The Shark Goes On the Prowl Again!": While out surfing with Carol, Pieface and Terga, Hal suddenly shocked to see Carol suddenly vanish. They are then attacked by the [[Hal Jordan (New Earth)|Green Lantern
Appearing in "The Shark Goes On the Prowl Again!"
Synopsis for "The Shark Goes On the Prowl Again!"
While out surfing with Carol, Pieface and Terga, Hal suddenly shocked to see Carol suddenly vanish. They are then attacked by the Green Lantern's old foe the Shark, who captures Pieface and Terga as well. Diving into the water, Hal changes into Green Lantern and mounts a counter attack on the Shark. He learns that during their last encounter, the Shark had used it's powers to switch places with it's costume so that when Hal tried to change the Shark back to normal, he instead turned the Shark's costume into a shark. Freeing his friends, Green Lantern takes them to a safe place, where Carol worries that Hal may have drowned.
Taking the fight back to the Shark, Green Lantern gets the best of the creature and turns it back into a shark once more, making sure to have removed it's costume before doing so. Returning to the scene of the battle, Hal changes back into his civilian identity, where he pretends he was washed ashore when the others arrive to look for him.
Appearing in "The House That Fought Green Lantern!"
- Unnamed Bank Robbers (Single appearance)
- Bank Guard (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "The House That Fought Green Lantern!"
When chasing after some robbers, one of the crooks ends up in the old Corliss house, which is reputed to be haunted. Losing track of the crook in the house, Green Lantern puts up with a number of "supernatural" traps (really booby traps setup by the crook) before getting fed up and lifting the house off its foundation and swinging it around until the dizzy crook inside surrenders himself and the stolen loot to Green Lantern, who turns both over to the police.
- The House That Fought Green Lantern! is reprinted in Detective Comics #438.
- This issue is reprinted in The Green Lantern Archives Vol. 4 and Showcase Presents: Green Lantern Vol. 2.
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