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Green Lantern Vol 3 87

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"Last of Their Kind": At Green Lantern's apartment, Access arrives and questions Jade about where he can find Kyle. Then he leaves.


Quote1 So what do you say, J'onn? Not a bad first mission for the last Green Lantern and the last green Martian. Quote2
-- Green Lantern



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Synopsis for "Last of Their Kind"

At Green Lantern's apartment, Access arrives and questions Jade about where he can find Kyle. Then he leaves.

Meanwhile, Kyle is at a Justice League of America meeting at the JLA Watchtower. The meeting breaks up and Kyle stays with Martian Manhunter to learn how to perform monitor duty. In the midst of his lesson, Kyle and J'onn discover a huge spaceship that begins terraforming Earth. The two Justice Leaguer's attack the ship and discover its crew is dead and the ship is on autopilot. J'onn telepathically steers the ship to a new destination, where it begins terraforming the planet Mogo.



Notes

  • This issue takes place at the end of JLA #5 (the JLA meeting Kyle is attending references the recent "passing" of Tomorrow Woman) and concurrently with Unlimited Access #1 (which explicitly references Access's appearance in this issue, complete with flashback and footnote).

Trivia

  • The "guy on the surfboard" Access mentions is, of course, Marvel's Silver Surfer, who can't be explicitly referenced by name here for legal reasons.



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