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“LAST GASP.” Green Lantern faces off with the Freak Show once more, and his relationship with Arisia comes to a head! Deadman and Madame Waxahachie try to disrupt Wellman Legro’s plot and free the Brogden twins in “GRAVE DOINGS” part three. Plus, “JUST A LITTLE BUG THAT’S GOING AROUND”--the Secret Six begin tracking Mockingbird, but who is tracking them?!

  1. "Last Gasp!" (Green Lantern) written by Peter David, co-plotted and penciled by Richard Howell, inked by Arne Starr, colored by Anthony Tollin, lettered by Albert De Guzman and edited by Dan Raspler and Denny O'Neil.
  2. "Fatal Distraction Chapter Six Tailed!" (Wild Dog) written by Max Collins, breakdowns by Terry Beatty, penciled by Dick Rockwell, inked by John Nyberg, colored by Carl Gafford, lettered by Tim Harkins and edited by Brian Augustyn.
  3. "Just a Little Bug That's Going Around" (Secret Six) written by Marv Wolfman, penciled by Frank Springer, inked by Frank McLaughlin, colored by Carl Gafford, lettered by Albert De Guzman and edited by Robert Greenberger.
  4. "Too Late, the Hero?" (Superman) written by Roger Stern, penciled by Curt Swan, inked by Murphy Anderson, colored by Tom Ziuko, lettered by Bill Oakley and edited by Mike Carlin.
  5. "Deadman Part 3" (Deadman) written by Mike Baron, penciled by Kelley Jones, inked by Tony DeZuniga, colored by Daniel Vozzo, lettered by Albert De Guzman and edited by Barbara Kesel.
  6. "Most Guys Just Leave Her Hanging There" (Blackhawk) written by Martin Pasko, penciled and inked by Rick Burchett, colored by Tom Ziuko, lettered by Steve Haynie and edited by Mike Gold.




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