GREEN LANTERN GREEN ARROW COMIC BOOKS LOT - ISSUES #1 through #7 COMPLETE SERIES for sale - 1983 DC COMICS
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Issue #1 October 1983

Cover art by Neal Adams. Editorial in which Roger Silfer discusses the impact Denny O'Neil and Neal Adams' Green Lantern / Green Arrow series had on him and the comics industry. Intro in which Denny O'Neil talks about the experience of working on Green Lantern / Green Arrow with Neal Adams. Stories reprinted from Green Lantern 76 and 77. "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. Vigilante ad. "Journey to Desolation!", script by Denny O'Neil, pencils by Neal Adams, inks by Frank Giacoia; Green Lantern, Green Arrow, and the Old-Timer come across the company town of Desolation, where the boss Slapper Soames plans to execute Johnny Walden to silence the songs he sings which have inspired the people of Desolation to think about a better way of life; As Green Lantern joins the townspeople in attacking Soames' stronghold, the Guardians inform him that since he is on a leave of absence they have reduced the power of his ring. Reprinted covers of Green Lantern 76 and 77, art by Neal Adams. DC Comics presents the award-winning series that set new standards in comics excellence! 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.00.

 

 

 

Issue #2 November 1983

Cover art by Neal Adams. Stories reprinted from Green Lantern 78 and 79. "A Kind of Loving, a Way of Death!", script by Denny O'Neil, pencils by Neal Adams, inks by Frank Giacoia; After a group of thugs overpower her and steal her bike, Black Canary is found by mind-controlling cult leader Joshua; When Green Lantern and Green Arrow encounter the thugs later and recognize Canary's bike, they set off in search of their friend. "Ulysses Star Is Still Alive!", script by Denny O'Neil, pencils by Neal Adams, inks by Dan Adkins; Green Lantern and Green Arrow get involved in a dispute over logging rights on Native American land; While GL searches for documentation for the Indians' claim, GA tries to inspire them with the ghost of their ancestor. Interview with Dick Giordano about his involvement in the Green Lantern / Green Arrow series. "Meanwhile" column; Dick relates how he came to comic books, some of his biography, and his vision for comics. Reprinted covers of Green Lantern 78 and 79, art by Neal Adams. DC Comics presents the award-winning series that set new standards in comics excellence! DC Comics presents the award-winning series that set new standards in comics excellence! 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.00.

 

 

 

Issue #3 December 1983

Cover pencils by Neal Adams, inks by Dick Giordano. Stories reprinted from Green Lantern 80 and 81. Intro in which Mike Barr reviews the Green Lantern / Green Arrow series; Illustrations likely from DC Style Guide, pencils by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez. "Even an Immortal Can Die!", script by Denny O'Neil, pencils by Neal Adams, inks by Dick Giordano; For putting the welfare of Green Lantern ahead of the ecological welfare of the planet Earth, the Guardians of the Universe send Old-Timer, accompanied by Green Lantern and Green Arrow as witnesses, to the planet Gallo to be judged by the Tribune; But when they are all muzzled and the Old-Timer is judged guilty without trial, the heroes realize that something is terribly wrong. "Death Be My Destiny!", script by Denny O'Neil, pencils by Neal Adams, inks by Dick Giordano; Green Lantern and Green Arrow, now joined by Black Canary, travel to Oa and find that Old-Timer has been found guilty by the Tribune; The Guardians strip him of his immortality and sentence him to live out his days on the planet Maltus; The heroes go with him into his exile and discover a planet wildly over-populated due to the efforts of Mother Juna. Reprinted covers of Green Lantern 80 and 81, art by Neal Adams. DC Comics presents the award-winning series that set new standards in comics excellence! 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.00.

 

 

 

Issue #4 January 1984

Cover art by Neal Adams. Stories reprinted from Green Lantern 82 and 83. "How Do You Fight a Nightmare?", script by Denny O'Neil, pencils by Neal Adams, inks by Dick Giordano and Bernie Wrightson (p. 13); When Green Arrow and Black Canary are confronted by harpies, GA calls Green Lantern for help; GL follows the harpies into a trap laid by The Witch Queen on behalf of her brother Sinestro; Following a lead, GA and BC meet a group of Amazons, who, impressed by Black Canary's fighting skills, explain how in the distant past they were banished to another plane by a wizard, but have been allowed to return by The Witch Queen to make all men pay. A "Denny O'Neil Neal Adams Index"; Synopses of all the non-GL/GA DC stories by O'Neil and Adams, with three cover reproductions. "And a Child Shall Destroy Them!", script by Denny O'Neil, pencils by Neal Adams, inks by Dick Giordano; Green Lantern and Green Arrow accompany Dinah as she begins a job at a private school where they are greeted by the cook Grandy, a little girl with psychic powers named Sybil, and the owner Jason Belmore; After Belmore asks the costumed heroes to leave, Dinah is confronted by Grandy, who explains that in Sybil he finally found a way to keep the children of the school in order. Reprinted covers of Green Lantern 82 and 83, art by Neal Adams. DC Comics presents the award-winning series that set new standards in comics excellence! 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.00.

 

 

Issue #5 February 1984

Cover art by Neal Adams. Stories reprinted from Green Lantern 84 and 85. "Peril in Plastic," script by Denny O'Neil, pencils by Neal Adams, inks by Bernie Wrightson; While Carol Ferris is in Piper's Dell, the sea wall protecting the town begins to give way, so Hal responds as Green Lantern. After saving the town, GL is given a tour of the plastic factory; Weakened by gas emitted by the plastic pins produced there, he is unable to fight back, so he sends his ring to Green Arrow. "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; Green Arrow, now teamed with Green Lantern, follows the leads to find the junkies, including the missing Roy Harper, who lets GA assume he has been working undercover. Reprinted cover from Green Lantern 84, art by Neal Adams. DC Comics presents the award-winning series that set new standards in comics excellence! 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.00.

 

 

 

Issue #6 March 1984

Cover art by Neal Adams. Stories reprinted from Green Lantern 86 and 87. "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; Having discovered that Roy is a junkie, Green Arrow sets out to bring the drug traffickers down; Green Lantern returns to Oliver's building and finds Roy curled up in the basement; He takes Roy to Dinah's to straighten out and heads out to find Green Arrow, who has been knocked out by the drug dealers and tossed into the harbor to drown. "Beware My Power," script by Denny O'Neil, pencils by Neal Adams, inks by Dick Giordano; When Guy Gardner is injured, the Guardians of the Universe instruct Hal Jordan to train another back-up, but John Stewart has different ideas about how to be a Lantern; An attempt is seemingly made on the life of racist politician Jeremiah Clutcher. "What Can One Man Do?", script by Elliot Maggin, pencils by Neal Adams, inks by Dick Giordano; After Green Arrow witnesses the death of a young boy in a riot, he decides that he might be able to do more for his city as its mayor. DC Comics presents the award-winning series that set new standards in comics excellence! 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.00.

 

 

 

Issue #7 April 1984

Cover art by Neal Adams. Stories reprinted from Green Lantern 89, and The Flash 217, 218, and 219. "And through Him Save a World," script by Denny O'Neil, art by Neal Adams; Green Arrow goes with Green Lantern and Carol Ferris to the Ferris Aircraft plant in Abraham, which has been the target of ecological prankster Isaac; When Isaac accidentally threatens Carol, GL tries to take him into custody, but GA gases him. "The Killing of an Archer!", script by Denny O'Neil, pencils by Neal Adams, inks by Dick Giordano; During an attack, Green Arrow accidentally kills one of his assailants; After he calls Dinah to say good-bye forever, Dinah summons Green Lantern, who finds the same thugs who attacked GA have now planted a bomb in his building. "Green Arrow Is Dead!", script by Denny O'Neil, pencils by Neal Adams, inks by Dick Giordano; As Green Lantern struggles to minimize the damage the bomb placed in Green Arrow's building does, Black Canary joins him; Elsewhere, Green Arrow abandons his old life and enters a monastery; Back home, while looking for traces of GA, Black Canary stumbles across the remnants of the racist cult of which she was once a member, now led by Sister Joshua. "The Fate of an Archer," script by Denny O'Neil, art by Neal Adams; When Black Canary is hit by a car and desperately needs a transfusion, Green Lantern's search for Green Arrow becomes even more urgent. Reprinted cover from Green Lantern 89, art by Neal Adams. DC Comics presents the award-winning series that set new standards in comics excellence! 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.50.