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  • "...And Through Him Save a World..." Green Lantern and Green Arrow have to deal with a man named Isaac, who is sabotaging Ferris Aircrafts because they are polluting the air and the land. Both of them have to decide for themselves what is right and wrong.
  • "The Impossible Mr. Paradox!" Reprinted from Green Lantern #38


  • The final issue of this volume. Four years later the series continues with Green Lantern #90.
  • Green Lantern begins appearing in a co-feature starting with The Flash #217.


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Why is JESUS in a Green Lantern Comic?! 0

I didn't want to believe it.I really didn't. But there it was. Jesus. Crucified on the back of a friggin' airplane. Is there nothing sacred in this world? What is WRONG with O'Neil and Adams that they have to resort to the cheapest, most offensive...This isn't even a paper-thin allegory! THERE IS NO ALLEGORY! This is "Avatar" levels of pretentious and preachy, folks! AVATAR-Levels! This is a morality play being told to children by head-up-their behinds liberals who decided to throw in Jesus Chr...

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