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  1. "Decent Exposure" written by Steve Englehart, penciled by Joe Staton, inked by Bruce Patterson, colored by Tony Tollin and lettered by Helen Vesik.
  2. "Mogo Doesn't Socialize" written by Alan Moore, penciled, inked and lettered by Dave Gibbons and colored by Anthony Tollin.
  3. "Meanwhile..." one page text piece by Dick Giordano.

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  • Superman, Green Arrow and Black Canary cameo appearances.
  • Letter to the editor by Kevin J. Dooley and TM Maple.
  • Ranked #29 in Wizard Magazine's list of "100 Best Single Issue Comics Since You Were Born".

Believing that he would serve as a better example to the African American community, and proud of his accomplishments as a Green Lantern, John Stewart reveals his true identity to the media and the world.

In the back-up story we are introduced to Mogo, a Green Lantern under attack by Bolphunga, an intergalactic tough guy determined to defeat a Lantern.

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The single greatest Green Lantern story ever told. 0

I stumbled upon this earlier today and I am totally blown away. This book s a testament to why the most vital ingredients in crafting a comic book are creativity and freedom to express that creativity. This book is literally the inspiration for everything Geoff Johns ever wrote about the Green Lantern corps done with much more style and unrelenting talent than Geoff ever had. The F-Sharp Bell, Mogo and Ysmault all make their debut here. This book serves as the inspiration for the Red Lantern Co...

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