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"Summons from Space!": With Green Lantern making many public appearances with beautiful women, Carol Ferris is jealous that Green Lantern is not spending any time with her. When Hal tries to capitalize on this by asking Carol out on a date,



Appearing in "Summons from Space!"

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Synopsis for "Summons from Space!"

With Green Lantern making many public appearances with beautiful women, Carol Ferris is jealous that Green Lantern is not spending any time with her. When Hal tries to capitalize on this by asking Carol out on a date, she refuses, citing that employees shouldn't date.


Later, Hal is contacted by the Guardians via his power ring who tell him of a danger that needs to be stopped on the planet Venus. Changing into Green Lantern, Hal travels to Venus to find a primitive tribe of humanoids who are being terrorized by dinosaurs. Using his powers, Green Lantern defeats the Pterodactyls that are terrorizing this tribe and returns to Earth where he manages to get a date with Carol as Green Lantern whereas he failed to do so as Hal Jordan.

Appearing in "The Menace of the Marching Toys"

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Appearing in "The Origin of Green Lantern's Oath"

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Synopsis for "The Origin of Green Lantern's Oath"

One day while watching Green Lantern charge his power ring, Pieface asks Hal where the oath he speaks came from. Hal tells Pieface that it started after three of his most earliest cases that inspired him to say the oath each time he charged his power ring. "In Brightest Day" was inspired by a time when Green Lantern battled crooks who used a blinding light to prevent people from stopping them from making their heists, whom Hal managed to capture. "In Blackest Night" came from another adventure when Hal had to travel into a foggy cave in order to round up some bandits. And "No Evil Shall Escape My Sight" came from a time when Carol's safe was stolen, and Hal (as Green Lantern) was able to find the crooks who took it by scouring the city with his power ring.

Notes

  • "Summons from Space" was originally printed in Showcase #23.
  • "The Menace of the Marching Toys" is an unpublished Golden Age Green Lantern tale originally intended for Green Lantern #39.

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