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"Revolt of the Orange Lanterns": At the Lodge of D'odens, located in deep space, Larfleeze finds himself confronted by several members of the Orange Lantern Corps, brought back to life after his killing of them. Furious at Larfleeze for enslaving their souls and consuming their power, the corpsm



Appearing in "Revolt of the Orange Lanterns"

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Other Characters:

  • Tinkle
  • Skootch

Locations:

  • The Lodge of N'doens, Deep Space
  • Unicorn 12

Items:

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Synopsis for "Revolt of the Orange Lanterns"

At the Lodge of D'odens, located in deep space, Larfleeze finds himself confronted by several members of the Orange Lantern Corps, brought back to life after his killing of them. Furious at Larfleeze for enslaving their souls and consuming their power, the corpsmen attack him, overpowering him with their superior numbers. Despite being outnumbered and outgunned, Larfleeze is still able to fight, repelling an attack from Gretti, Nat-Nat and Sound Dancer.

Meanwhile, Madame Wanderer, the woman who released the Orange Lanterns in order to take Larfleeze's butler, Pulsar Stargrave, is taking her new manservant across the galaxy to a planet prepared by her sister, Dyrge of All Sorrows, to become their new home as cosmic deities. As the three prepare for lunch, the battle between Larfleeze and the Orange Lantern Corps spreads to the planet Unicorn 12, where the Corpsmen devastate the surface, killing many of its slug-like denizens, in their attempts to kill Larfleeze. Finally defeating him, the Orange Lantern Corps begins to argue about who should have the honor of the final blow, until they realize that Larfleeze has become an organic battery, and they can't power their rings without him alive to charge them. Deciding that it's more fitting that he live a life of eternal slavery as their battery, the Orange Lantern Corps binds Larfleeze and takes him to charge their rings and return to their home.



Notes

  • This book was first published on October 23, 2013.
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