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"Farewells": Kyle Rayner is at Alexandra DeWitt's grave, saying goodbye and regretting that he didn't even get to attend her funeral. He decides that he's going to move to New York to start fresh, and meets a "strange" bald Asian man,


Quote1 All those who tormented me will suffer ... particularly those who call themselves Titans. Oh, indeed. They will pay the harshest price of all ... and you will be the instrument of my vengeance. Quote2
-- Psimon



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Synopsis for "Farewells"

Kyle Rayner is at Alexandra DeWitt's grave, saying goodbye and regretting that he didn't even get to attend her funeral. He decides that he's going to move to New York to start fresh, and meets a "strange" bald Asian man, who helps him find his new address. Kyle also runs into an odd homeless man, who is raving about monsters.

Kyle then meets his new landlord Radu, and begins moving in. He is interrupted by Psimon, who wants to use Green Lantern as a means of revenge against the Titans. Taking over his body, he flies out to where the Titans are battling Changeling. Psimon knocks out Changeling with one blow, then turns the Green Lantern Ring on the Titans.



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When Kyle first arrives in New York City, he's moving to his new address at 175 Bleecker Street in Greenwich Village. On his way there, he encounters a bald Asian man, who tells him that he will show him to the address, but he might find the neighborhood a bit "strange." The scene is a nod to Marvel Comics character Doctor Strange, whose mansion is located at 177A Bleecker Street. The bald Asian man is supposed to be Strange's servant Wong. Considering the soon-to-follow DC/Marvel crossovers, which started with Green Lantern Silver Surfer: Unholy Alliances and later revealed Doctor Strange to be an important player in All Access #3, this could be interpreted as more than a mere tongue-in-cheek nod, as Ron Marz wrote all of these stories.



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