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Green Lantern Corps Quarterly (1992) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Green Lantern Corps Quarterly (1992) 1

    Various members of the Green Lantern Corps are featured in this double-sized quarterly. In the lead story, "Layin' Down the Law," a new Green Lantern is the only member of the Corps who can tame a planet of the toughest baddies in the cosmos. Written by John Ostrander, with art by Flint Henry. In the backup stories: Alan Scott returns in "And I Shall Shed My Light..." by Roger Stern, Dusty Abell and Steve Mitchell; G'nort has his first solo adventure, by Scott Lobdell and Joe Staton; "Whatever Happened to...?" explores the fate of Arisia, by Gerard Jones, Tim Hamilton and Gary Yap; and Doug Moench and Paul Gulacy provide a story about a new Green Lantern on a warrior planet. 68 pages. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #2
    Green Lantern Corps Quarterly (1992) 2

    Alan Scott, the Golden Age Green Lantern, runs afoul of one of Hal Jordan's foes, Hector Hammond, who seems to have killed Scott's pal Doiby Dickles. Written by Roger Stern, with art by Dusty Abell and Steve Mitchell. In backups, G'nort tries to impersonate Hal in a story by Scott Lobdell, Joe James and Andrew Pepoy; the "History of Sector 2814" debuts by Gerard Jones, Tim Hamilton and Gary Yap; Doug Moench, Paul Gulacy and Bob Dvorak bring "The Trouble with Yellow"; and, in "Two-Minute Warning," a Green Lantern confronts the 24-hour limit, by Mark Waid, Ty Templeton and Al Gordon. Cover pencils by Abell. 68 pages. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #3
    Green Lantern Corps Quarterly (1992) 3

    In "Depth Charges," a Green Lantern bestows a power ring on a creature from an all-water planet. The species already has a champion, but accepts the help...until the heroes must face more than simply bad guys. Written by Michael Jan Friedman, with art by Dave Cockrum and Brad Vancata. Backups feature Alan Scott by Roger Stern, Dusty Abell and Mark McKenna; G'nort by Jeff Bailey and Marty G, with art by Joe James and Barb Kaalberg; and "Whatever Happened to...Charlie Vicker?" by Gerard Jones, Tim Hamilton and Romeo Tanghal. Cover by Cockrum and Vancata. 68 pages. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #4
    Green Lantern Corps Quarterly (1992) 4

    In the lead story, a Green Lantern encounters one of his oldest enemies, a magician who wields yellow magic. "Precious" is by Ron Marz, Kirk Jarvinen and Terry Austin. And Alan Scott and daughter Jade go up against Solomon Grundy in a story by Roger Stern, Jim Balent and Andrew Pepoy. Then G'nort returns to his alma mater (obedience school) to battle the old school bully and the threat of PHLEEZE, by Michael Eury, Joe James and Barb Kaalberg. Plus, an untold "History of Sector 2814" by Joe Edkin, Jeff Hedzel, Mac Myers, Al Gordon and Kaalberg. Cover by Jarvinen and Austin. 68 pages. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #5
    Green Lantern Corps Quarterly (1992) 5

    Rebirth is this issue's theme, beginning with a framing sequence highlighting the return of one of the Corps Honor Guard - K'ryssma, by Gerard Jones, Scott Kolins and Bob Smith. Then, Green Lantern risks the continuation of his race for the sake of one final act of mercy in "Adam This Time," by Elliot S! Maggin, Franchesco and Bob Dvorak. In a story by Ron Marz, Jim Balent and Andrew Pepoy, Alan Scott becomes young again, and must battle the undead Icicle and Solomon Grundy and meets the bewitching new Harlequin! In "Every Dog Has His Day" by Michael Eury, Joe James and Barb Kaalberg, G'nort becomes human as he and Sax Girl return to her home where the dogs and humans have switched places. And in "Whatever Happened to...Itty?" Hal Jordan's little alien friend seeks a mate to rekindle his race, but aliens are hunting his kind to extinction in a story by Steve Mattsson, Art Nichols and Al Vey, which leads into Green Lantern (1990 2nd Series) #43. Cover by Franchesco and Dvorak. 68 pages. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #5LTSGND
    Green Lantern Corps Quarterly (1992) 5LTSGND

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    Limited Treasured Editions Signed Edition. Signed by Mart Nodell. Includes Limited Treasured Editions Chicago Comicon Charity Certificate of Authenticity. "Death and Birth of a Hero!"

  • Issue #6
    Green Lantern Corps Quarterly (1992) 6

    The most fearsome members of the GLC are highlighted this issue as, in the framing sequence (by Gerard Jones, Jason Pearson and John Dell), Arisia meets Power Girl and Dr. Light and they discuss the women of the Green Lantern Corps in the first chapter. A powerful new player fights for the Corps as Laira, a ninja GL, sets out to free her homeworld from the grip of the Golden Dragon in "What Price Honor?" by Ruben Diaz, Travis Charest and Ray McCarthy. The loudest GL, Boodikka, stars in a tale by Gerard Jones, Scott Kolins and Ray Kryssing. Mike Baron, Chas Truog and Kim DeMulder tell of a lone woman who continues to make a difference despite her power ring. And the truth behind the new Harlequin is revealed in the Alan Scott story by Ron Marz, Jim Balent and Andrew Pepoy. This issue also includes pin-ups by Adam Hughes and Joe Phillips. Cover by Balent. 68 pages. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #7
    Green Lantern Corps Quarterly (1992) 7

    A special Halloween issue puts to test the notion of Green Lanterns without fear, beginning with Alan Scott and Torquemada confronting Starheart, a being of such mystical power that he threatens to rip the universe apart in a story written by Ron Marz, with art by Mark Tenney and Wade Von Grawbadger. "Horrors" looks back at the early Guardians of the Universe as they battle the forces of magic that created the new Alan Scott, written by Marz, with art by Tim Vigil and Tony Harris. Then, Jade and Obsidian meet their 'younger' father and Torquemada in a tale by Marz, with art by Darryl Banks and Terry Austin. Then, "Ashes to Ashes" introduces a GL vampire hunter in a story written by Marz, with art by Harris. And "Triumph of Will" introduces a GL bent on the genocide of a yellow race, with their only hope coming from beyond the grave, scripted by horror novelists John Skipp and Craig Spector, with art by Matt Jorgensen and Von Grawbadger. Painted cover by Tony Harris. 68 pages. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #8
    Green Lantern Corps Quarterly (1992) 8

    With the landmark changes in Green Lantern (1990 2nd Series) #50, this marks the final issue of GLCQ! The framing sequence - written by Superman editor Mike Carlin and illustrated by Carlos Franco and Tom Raney - reflects the ongoing 'Emerald Twilight' storyline in GREEN LANTERN. Then, by popular demand, it's the return of Green Lantern Jack T. Chance in a bone-crushing battle with Lobo, written by David DeVries, with art by Gene Ha and Scott Hanna. "Bad Intentions," by Beau Smith and E. Villagran, tells of the Guardians hiring someone of questionable morals to stop a Green Lantern. Plus, this issue includes an untold tale of Green Lantern Alan Scott and his encounter with Hal Jordan's predecessor, Abin Sur, written by Darwin McPherson, with art by Howard Porter and Andrew Pepoy. Cover by Ha and Hanna. 68 pages. Cover price $2.95.