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"Idol Worship, Part 1": Kyle Rayner meets with Simone Montaigne who is an agent specialized in artists. She is fond of Kyle's work and wants him to do some Hawaii-related paintings. Wasting no time, Kyle immediately takes off to Hawaii as Green Lantern.
Appearing in "Idol Worship, Part 1"
Synopsis for "Idol Worship, Part 1"
Kyle Rayner meets with Simone Montaigne who is an agent specialized in artists. She is fond of Kyle's work and wants him to do some Hawaii-related paintings. Wasting no time, Kyle immediately takes off to Hawaii as Green Lantern.
As soon as Green Lantern arrives on the island, he gets into a fight with a stone creature. Superboy comes to help Green Lantern and explains that their opponent is a Menehune called Kekona. The fight lasts a little longer, but then three other Menehune appear. They apologize for the problems inflicted by Kekona and leave with him.
After taking care of some of Superboy's female groupies, him and Green Lantern take off and talk a little bit to get to know each other better. Kyle talks about his job as an artist and suggests to show Superboy how to draw. His first tries are not very successful though and Superboy gets frustrated pretty quickly. Out of nowhere Silversword appears and knocks both Superboy and Green Lantern unconscious. As they awake, they find themselves atop the abyss of a volcano and a woman who calls herself the goddess Pele talks about how she intends to seize back her empire. And then Silversword just throws both helpless heroes into the hot lava ...
- This story is continued Superboy (Vol. 4) 47
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