Cover pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Murphy Anderson. The Secret of the Golden Thunderbolts!, script by John Broome pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Joe Giella; Green Lantern learns of the anti-matter universe of Qward. He travels there to rescue the few lawful citizens and brings them to Earth and closes the portal between dimensions. Riddle of the Frozen Ghost Town!, script by John Broome, pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Joe Giella; Tom Kalmakus’ father and Jimmy Dawes had stumbled on a gold mine and split the map for keeping while Dawes raised money to work it, but Tom’s father died and Dawes lost his map while gambling. Duke Danfield won the map half and steals Tom’s half to find the gold, but Green Lantern defeats his gang and Tom discovers Hal’s secret identity as Green Lantern; Introduction of Pieface [Thomas Kalmaku].
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Giant-size issue. Cover art by Neal Adams. Snowbirds Don’t Fly, script by Denny O’Neil, art by Neal Adams; When Oliver is jumped by junkies, he is shocked when one of them shoots him with one of his own arrows; Roy arrives in time to get the messed up duo home; There he tries to explain the attraction of doing drugs, but Green Arrow remains baffled, and is shocked to soon find Roy getting ready to shoot up. Controversial and powerful storytelling.
Giant-size issue. Green Arrow co-stars in this famous anti-drug issue. “They Say It’ll Kill Me, But They Won’t Say When!” Script by Denny O’Neil, pencils by Neal Adams, inks by Dick Giordano.
THE BRONZE AGE BEGINS! Cover art by Neal Adams. Green Arrow begins co-starring in this classic issue, which popularized “relevance” in comics. No Evil Shall Escape My Sight!, script by Denny O’Neil, art by Neal Adams; Green Arrow shows Green Lantern the plight of the people living in the tenements of slumlord Jubal Slade; But when the Guardians of the Universe observe GL roughing up Slade, they bring him to Oa and reprimand him. Against their orders GL returns to Earth and collects evidence to put Slade away; In response, the Guardians contact Green Lantern, but Green Arrow argues that there are serious problems across America that have escaped the attention of Green Lantern; The Guardians confer, and decide to send a representative to accompany the two heroes as they go on a journey of discovery.
Published by DC Comics in 1965. Origin of the Infinite Earths and 2nd appearance of the Golden Age Green Lantern in the Silver Age. Cover pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Murphy Anderson. The Secret Origin of the Guardians!, script by John Broome, pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Sid Greene; Hal Jordan and Alan Scott team up to fight the Guardians oldest adversary… Krona. Are You a Litter-Bug? public service announcement starring Little Pete, art by Henry Boltinoff.
Cover pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Murphy Anderson. The Battle of the Power Rings!, script by John Broome, pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Murphy Anderson; Sinestro uses his yellow power ring to siphon enough energy from various Green Lanterns to attack the Guardians of the Universe themselves. Green Lantern’s Brother Act!, script by John Broome, pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Joe Giella; Hal joins his brothers Jim and Jack Jordan to help with Jack Jordan’s election campaign. Reporter Sue Williams tries to prove that Jim Jordan is Green Lantern; First Jordan Brothers story.
Cover pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Murphy Anderson. Green Lantern’s Statue Goes to War!, script by John Broome, pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Joe Giella; Green Lantern is brought to the future again to assume his Pol Manning identity to discover why three generals are trying to overthrow the government. Zero Hour in the Silent City!, script by John Broome, pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Joe Giella; Green Lantern must discover what has stopped all sound in the city.
Cover art by Gil Kane. The Quest of the Wicked Queen of Hearts, script by John Broome, art by Gil Kane. Thraxton the Powerful Vs Green Lantern The Powerless, script by Gardner Fox, art by Gil Kane; Green Lantern is afraid to use his ring on Thraxton the Powerful.
Green Lantern and the Golden Age Green Lantern battle Sinestro in “Our Mastermind the Car!” Script by John Broome, art by Gil Kane. Kane/Murphy Anderson cover.
“Captive of the Evil Eye!” Script by John Broome, art by Gil Kane. “Two Green Lantern in the Family!” Script by Broome, pencils by Carmine Infantino, inks by Sid Greene. Letter to the editor from comic writer Mark Evanier. Carmine Infantino/Murphy Anderson cover.
“Cosmic Enemy Number One.” Script by John Broome, art by Gil Kane. Kane/Murphy Anderson cover.
Giant-size 100th issue. “Rider of the Air Waves.” Guest-starring Black Canary & Air Wave. Green Lantern and the new Air Wave take on Master-Tek, a technological terrorist. The story reveals that the original Air Wave was Hal Jordan’s uncle, Larry Jordan. Script by Denny O’Neil, pencils by Alex Saviuk, inks by Vince Colletta. Cover by Mike Grell.