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The Green Lantern archives

Auteur : John Broome; Gil Kane; Joe Giella
Éditeur : New York, NY : DC Comics, ©1993-<©2004>
Collection : DC archive editions.
Édition/format :   Livre : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et les formats
Base de données :WorldCat
Résumé :
Test pilot Hal Jordan came to wield the greatest power in the universe -- the Green Lantern! Jordan was not the first to bear the mantle of the Emerald Gladiator. Alan Scott battled Nazis and costumed villains under that moniker during the Golden Age. But his day had come and gone. His light, as it were, had faded. Then came the Silver Age. With the success of the revamped Flash, DC editor Julius Schwartz decided  Lire la suite...
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Genre/forme : Comic books, strips, etc
Format : Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : John Broome; Gil Kane; Joe Giella
ISBN : 1563890879 9781563890871 1563895668 9781563895661 156389713X 9781563897139 156389811X 9781563898112 140120404X 9781401204044 9781401211899 1401211895 9781401235130 1401235131
Numéro OCLC : 30039025
Description : v. <1-7> : chiefly col. ill. ; 27 cm.
Contenu : V. 1. Showcase nos. 22-24, Green Lantern, nos. 1-5 --
v. 2. Green Lantern, 6-13 --
v. 3. Green Lantern, 14-21 --
v. 4. Green Lantern, 22-29 --
v. 5. Green Lantern, 30-38 --
v. 6. Green Lantern, 39-47.
Titre de collection : DC archive editions.
Responsabilité : [stories by John] Broome ; [art by Gil] Kane, [Joe] Giella.

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Test pilot Hal Jordan came to wield the greatest power in the universe -- the Green Lantern! Jordan was not the first to bear the mantle of the Emerald Gladiator. Alan Scott battled Nazis and costumed villains under that moniker during the Golden Age. But his day had come and gone. His light, as it were, had faded. Then came the Silver Age. With the success of the revamped Flash, DC editor Julius Schwartz decided that it was time to bring back another Golden Age favorite. With a new identity and a new look, the updated Green Lantern immediately struck a chord with fans who clamored for tales of adventure and ingenuity. After three wildly successful appearances in SHOWCASE, Hal was given his own eponymous book. The eight issues included in this volume (GREEN LANTERN #22-29) find the Emerald Gladiator doing battle with the Tattooed Man, Sonar, Star Sapphire, the Shark and other extraordinary foes. Under the auspices of the classic creative team of John Broome, Gardner Fox, Gil Kane, Joe Giella (with an assist from Murphy Anderson), Frank Giacoia and Sid Greene, the Green Lantern's light was never more radiant than it was during these halcyon days of comicdom. Brightest day, indeed!

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