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Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) comic books

  • Issue #0
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 0

    The secrets behind Warrior's new powers are unveiled. Guy Gardner's body has been reengineered to be the ultimate living weapon with a mysterious mission. But will Warrior's new powers cost him his very humanity? Also, the origin of Dementor is revealed - Warrior's ultimate enemy and 'ancestor'! Written by Beau Smith, with art and cover by Mitch Byrd and Dan Davis. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #1
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 1

    The miniseries GUY GARDNER REBORN (see Guy Gardner Reborn (1992) #1-3) asked the question "Without a ring, what's a Guy to do?" Now, Guy's got a ring again and he begins his own monthly series! No longer a Green Lantern, he's just plain Guy and he's determined to become one of the meanest guys in comics. Guy has new powers, a new costume...but the same old nasty attitude. Now that the Green Lantern Corps and the Justice League aren't holding him back any more, he's free to pursue his own bloodthirsty agenda! And to kick things off, Guy faces his greatest challenge as he cleans up New York City, a program that progresses smoothly enough until the Guardians send his old buddy Kilowog to retrieve Guy's ring. Written by Gerard Jones, with art and cover by Joe Staton and Terry Beatty. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #2
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 2

    Without his power ring, Guy goes up against three super-powered aliens. Plus, the Guardians have sent Kilowog to retrieve Guy's ring, leaving Guy feeling totally deserted. Written by Gerard Jones, with art and cover by Joe Staton and Terry Beatty. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #3
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 3

    It's an all-fight issue as Guy gets in a slugfest with a big, ugly, powerful alien who just wants to pound Guy into the ground. Written by Gerard Jones, with art and cover by Joe Staton and Terry Beatty. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #4
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 4

    Everybody loves Guy...well, almost everybody. One exception is the assassin who takes his shot and doesn't miss. Ice shows up just as the bullet hits its mark and it ends with what may well be the final fight between Ice and Guy. Written by Gerard Jones, with art and cover by Joe Staton and Terry Beatty. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #5
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 5

    Guy Gardner goes looking for Goldface and finds more than he bargains for when he runs afoul of Goldface's men, finds a crooked house of ill repute...and confronts Green Lantern Hal Jordan! Written by Gerard Jones and Will Jacobs, with art and cover by Joe Staton and Terry Beatty. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #6
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 6

    Who'll capture Goldface first...Guy or special guest star Green Lantern Hal Jordan? Guy follows a clue to an old western town full of deadly traps that lead to Goldface's gang of aliens. One gets hold of Guy's ring...and plans to use it on him! Written by Gerard Jones and Will Jacobs, with art and cover by Joe Staton and Terry Beatty. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #7
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 7

    Guy has beaten Green Lantern Hal Jordan to Goldface - the problem is, Goldface has Guy's ring and is planning to use it to kill our hero and take over the world! Written by Gerard Jones and Will Jacobs, with art and cover by Joe Staton and Terry Beatty. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #8
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 8

    Lobo comes to get Guy's ring...but you don't think Guy's about to give it up without a fight! Lobo's happy to oblige him. Written by Gerard Jones and Will Jacobs, with art and cover by Joe Staton and Terry Beatty. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #9
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 9

    Part 1 of a 2-part story. The secret of Guy's ring is revealed as Guy is taken to another planet to stop a war, and our hero runs afoul of Green Lantern Boodikka. Only Guy can see the real cause of the war...and it just may kill him. Written by Will Jacobs, with art and cover by Joe Staton and Terry Beatty. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #10
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 10

    Part 2 of a 2-part story. It's Guy vs. the Gardners of the Universe (yes, Gardners!) and Green Lantern Boodikka! Only Guy can see the invisible aliens controlling his foes, making him the only one who can stop their rampage. Written by Will Jacobs, with art and cover by Joe Staton and Terry Beatty. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #11
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 11

    It begins here! Part 1 of the 4-part 'Guy Gardner: Year One - Yesterday's Sins'! Guy is kidnapped by aliens who are systematically replacing members of the Green Lantern Corps with evil duplicates and, as his memory is drained, Guy is forced to recall his past, his parents and the brother in whose shadow he's lived his life. Written by Chuck Dixon, with art and cover by Joe Staton and Terry Beatty. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #12
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 12

    Part 2 of the 4-part 'Guy Gardner: Year One - Yesterday's Sins.' Guy Gardner takes on Batman, Flash, Hal Jordan and more before planting a big one on Ice. A dream? A vision? A nightmare? One thing's for sure, the aliens who have captured Guy are getting more than they bargained for as they delve deeper into his mind and find out just what makes him tick, including the dark secret about his brother, Mace, that he never dared tell his father. Written by Chuck Dixon, with art and cover by Joe Staton and Terry Beatty. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #13
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 13

    Part 3 of the 4-part 'Guy Gardner: Year One - Yesterday's Sins.' The modern-day Guy teams with his teenaged counterpart against a gang of killers. He'll come out of it either a better man...or dead! Written by Chuck Dixon, with art and cover by Joe Staton and Terry Beatty. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #14
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 14

    Part 4 of the 4-part 'Guy Gardner: Year One - Yesterday's Sins.' Guy relives the death of his father as he mounts an escape for himself and the imprisoned Green Lanterns before heading back to Earth to confront his doppelganger. This issue crosses over with Justice League America (1987) #82. Written by Chuck Dixon, with art and cover by Joe Staton and Terry Beatty. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #15
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 15

    Part 2 of the 2-part 'The Trouble With Guys,' continued from Justice League America (1987) #83. Guy returns to Earth to confront his homicidal doppelganger...the one who has his power ring! The JLA might just have to wait to see who kills who to learn which one is which. Written by Chuck Dixon, with art by Chris Hunter and Terry Beatty. Cover by Joe Staton and Beatty. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #16
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 16

    Guy Gardner is propelled in a new direction when he's forced to fight a foe he can't possibly defeat - his own brother, who he's long thought dead, and who has become the ruthless assassin Militia. Plus, Guy finally decides to adopt a super-hero name, revealed next issue! Written by Chuck Dixon, with art by Mark Tenney and John Strangeland. Cover by Mitch Byrd and Dan Davis. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #17
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 17

    Guy Gardner's battle with the armored killing machine Militia - secretly Guy's own brother, Mace - reaches a shattering conclusion that inspires Gardner to assume his new super-hero name, Warrior. Written by Chuck Dixon, with art by Mitch Byrd, Dennis Cramer and Dan Davis. Cover by Byrd and Davis. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #18
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 18

    Part 1 of the 4-part 'Emerald Fallout.' Warrior's ring overloads and becomes useless following the events in Green Lantern (1990 2nd Series) #50. Now to stop Militia, Warrior must enlist Blue Beetle's aid in building a suit of battle armor. Written by Chuck Dixon, with art and cover by Mitch Byrd and Dan Davis. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #19
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 19

    Part 2 of the 4-part 'Emerald Fallout.' When his power ring overloads, Warrior has to don battle armor to take down Militia. Plus, Warrior continues to experience the dire ramifications of 'Emerald Twilight,' leading to Militia's final downfall! Written by Chuck Dixon, with art by Mitch Byrd, Brad Gorby and Dan Davis. Cover by Tom Raney. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #20
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 20

    Part 3 of the 4-part 'Emerald Fallout.' With the aid of Golden Age Green Lantern Alan Scott, Warrior assembles a team to investigate what's happened on the planet Oa. Alongside Martian Manhunter, the Ray, Wonder Woman, Darkstar Ferrin Colos, Captain Atom and Arisia, Warrior battles rogue Green Lantern Hal Jordan as the assembled heroes fight to take down one of their own. Written by Beau Smith, with art and cover by Mitch Byrd and Dan Davis. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #21
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 21

    Part 4 of the 4-part 'Emerald Fallout.' It's Warrior versus Hal Jordan in an all-splash-page issue for a planet-shattering battle that Guy Gardner can't possibly win! Written by Beau Smith, with art and cover by Mitch Byrd and Dan Davis. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #22
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 22

    Warrior begins his quest for new super-powers after the destruction of his ring. It's cliffhanger after cliffhanger as Warrior is joined by new character Buck Wargo, a man every bit as hard-edged as Guy Gardner. But before Warrior can do anything, he has to escape the coma-world of the demonic Dementor. Written by Beau Smith, with art and cover by Mitch Byrd and Dan Davis. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #23
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 23

    Finally, Warrior's quest for new powers ends...but so does his life as he knows it. A major turning point for Guy Gardner. Written by Beau Smith, with art and cover by Mitch Byrd and Dan Davis. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #24
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 24

    Warrior's new powers kick in just in time for ZERO HOUR. Guy Gardner is joined by Steel, Supergirl and Batgirl as they go to explore the strange anomaly that has appeared over the former site of Coast City. They are soon caught in the chronal chaos of Extant. He time-leaps them from the Stone Age to the Old West to the Silver Age, where they encounter a young Hal Jordan - one that can still be saved from his terrible future. Warrior is also taken to the day Coast City was destroyed during 'Reign of the Supermen' to see the woman he was once going to marry die! Written by Beau Smith, with art by Mitch Byrd, Phil Jimenez, Howard Porter, Mike Parobeck, Jackson Guice and Dan Davis. Cover by Byrd and Davis. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #25
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 25

    In this extra-sized 25th issue, Warrior - with the aid of the Phantom Stranger - plunges into a nightmarish world where he battles the diabolical Dementor for the life of his estranged brother. In the course of the struggle, Guy Gardner discovers the truth behind his uncontrollable rages...and fears he could become as dangerous as the villain he fights. Plus, Warrior learns about the death of his former love Ice and faces a different kind of battle with his grief. Written by Beau Smith, with art and cover by Mitch Byrd and Dan Davis. Plus, pin-ups by Dan Jurgens & Art Thibert, Gene Ha, Scott McDaniel, Howard Porter, Adam Hughes and others. 52 pages. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #26
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 26

    Warrior tests his new powers against the ultimate terrorist, the Black Serpent, a modern-day pirate who holds the President hostage in New York's World Trade Center. Warrior's battle against the villain and his 'Wilders' becomes explosive as Guy Gardner's new powers prove to be a threat to the city as dangerous as the terrorists. Warrior appears in Deathstroke the Terminator (1991) #42, also out this month. Written by Beau Smith, with art by J.H. Williams III, Wade Von Grawbadger and Dan Davis. Cover by Mitch Byrd and Davis. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #27
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 27

    Part 1 of the 3-part 'Capital Punishment,' guest-starring Steel. Guy Gardner teams with John Henry Irons when Warrior arrives in Washington, D.C. to rescue his brother from the Quorum. But the Quorum has activated Sledge, a super-soldier from the past with orders to kill. Plus, Superman makes a cameo appearance. Continues next issue, then concludes in Green Lantern (1990 2nd Series) #60. Plus, the alien signal sent out in Justice League America (1987) #95 is received. Written by Beau Smith, with art and cover by Mitch Byrd and Dan Davis. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #28
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 28

    Part 2 of the 3-part 'Capital Punishment,' continued from last issue. Warrior goes berserk when he learns that Major Force may have been responsible for his mother's death. Even if Guy Gardner lets the villain live, Green Lantern Kyle Rayner has his own vendetta with Major Force! Concludes in Green Lantern (1990 2nd Series) #60. Written by Beau Smith, with art by Mitch Byrd and Dan Davis. Cover by Darryl Banks and Davis. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #29D
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 29D

    You're invited to the grand opening of Warriors, Guy Gardner's new bar - a tavern exclusive to metahumans...and quite possibly the most dangerous place in the DC Universe! Literally dozens of guest stars fill the pages of #29, an issue that introduces you to the coolest hangout ever. Warriors is the super-hero equivalent of The Hard Rock Cafe or Planet Hollywood - where Guy and his buds can knock back a few and unwind, play poker or compare notes on their latest exploits. On opening night, a huge turnout gets the festivities into full swing. But the bash quickly degenerates into an all-star free-for-all of raucous excitement, and it's a safe bet Gardner will be calling the contractors to fix the place in the morning - especially after Lobo crashes the party...literally! Written by Beau Smith, with art by Phil Jimenez, John Stokes and Dan Davis. #29D 'barn door'-style double cover, with the front door to Warriors opening onto the all-out mayhem within, by Phil Jimenez. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #29N
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 29N

    You're invited to the grand opening of Warriors, Guy Gardner's new bar - a tavern exclusive to metahumans...and quite possibly the most dangerous place in the DC Universe! Literally dozens of guest stars fill the pages of #29, an issue that introduces you to the coolest hangout ever. Warriors is the super-hero equivalent of The Hard Rock Cafe or Planet Hollywood - where Guy and his buds can knock back a few and unwind, play poker or compare notes on their latest exploits. On opening night, a huge turnout gets the festivities into full swing. But the bash quickly degenerates into an all-star free-for-all of raucous excitement, and it's a safe bet Gardner will be calling the contractors to fix the place in the morning - especially after Lobo crashes the party...literally! Written by Beau Smith, with art by Phil Jimenez, John Stokes and Dan Davis. #29N sideways cover by Phil Jimenez and Dan Davis. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #30
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 30

    Superman and Supergirl guest-star in a story continued from Action Comics (1938 DC) #709. Warrior goes berserk as his incredible powers go completely out of control. Written by Beau Smith, with art by Mitch Byrd and Dan Davis. Cover by Tom Grummett and Davis. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #31
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 31

    Guest-stars Supergirl and Sentinel (Alan Scott) battle Dementor when the villain arrives to claim the berserk Warrior, only to fall prey to their worst nightmare. Written by Beau Smith, with art by Mitch Byrd, J.H. Williams III, Joyce Chin, Brad Gorby, Dan Jurgens, Mike Wieringo, Art Thibert and Dan Davis. Cover by Paul Pelletier and Davis. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #32
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 32

    The Justice League guest-stars in part 1 of the 7-part crossover story 'The Way of the Warrior.' It's Warrior vs. the JLA when Guy Gardner confronts his old teammates about the death of Ice. But a greater danger looms in the form of unstoppable alien killing machines, the Kraggz! Continues in Justice League America (1987) #101. Written by Beau Smith, with art by Joyce Chin, Ken Branch, Andy Lanning and Rodney Ramos. Cover by Marc Campos. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #33
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 33

    "The Way of the Warrior part 4 - Into the Valley of Death" by Beau Smith (script) & Marc Campos (art); Cover by Phil Jimenez; JLA (J'onn J'onzz/Martian Manhunter, Captain Atom, Fire, Blue Devil, Wonder Woman, Hawkman, Flash), Obsidian, The Bad One, Maxima app; Continues in Justice League America #102 & Hawkman #23; Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #34
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 34

    Part 7 of the 7-part crossover story 'The Way of the Warrior,' continued from Hawkman (1993 3rd Series) #23. It's the ultraviolent, take no prisoners conclusion! Lobo joins Warrior, Diana, Hawkman and the Bad One for a bloody showdown with the galaxy's deadliest assassins! Written by Beau Smith, with art by Marc Campos and Dan Davis. Cover by Phil Jimenez. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #35
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 35

    Warrior tries to liberate a number of former Green Lanterns held captive in an interstellar prison camp by a mysterious figure from Guy's past. Plus, something weird is going on with Arisia. Written by Phil Jimenez, with art by Joyce Chin, John Stokes and Andy Lanning. Cover by Jimenez. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #36
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 36

    UNDERWORLD UNLEASHED tie-in. The Warriors bar may become smoldering ash when Guy Gardner's evil clone battles the newly empowered Cheetah, Earthworm and Blackguard, who've come to raise hell in Neron's name. Written by Beau Smith, with art by Marc Campos and Dan Davis. Cover by Darryl Banks and Davis. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #37
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 37

    UNDERWORLD UNLEASHED tie-in. As Warrior and Colos defeat Evil Star, Guy is tempted by Neron. The demon will restore life to all those Warrior has lost recently, including his father, Kilowog and Ice. All the hero has to do in exchange is kill the head of the Darkstars, John Stewart! And Warrior may well seal the deal, once Neron explains what will happen if he doesn't. Continues in Darkstars (1992 DC) #37. Written by Beau Smith, with art by Marc Campos and Dan Davis. Cover by Paul Pelletier and Davis. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #38
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 38

    Having remained in his Warrior form for weeks, Guy Gardner is in for a terrible surprise when he powers down! Plus, a new woman enters Warrior's life. Written by Beau Smith, with art by Marc Campos, Tom Grindberg and Dan Davis. Cover by Marty Egeland and Davis. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #39
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 39

    It's Christmas at Warriors, and no one is safe as Guy Gardner delivers his own special brand of holiday cheer to hero and villain alike! Like #29, this issue is crammed with guest-stars galore. Plus, you won't believe who Guy gets caught with under the mistletoe! Written by Beau Smith, with art by Marc Campos, Dan Davis and Nick Napolitano. Cover by Joe Phillips and Davis. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #40
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 40

    Warrior must survive the arrival of his most tasking opponent...his mother! And even the prospect of battling the deadly new and nastier Gorilla Grodd and his cyber-apes may be preferable! Written by Beau Smith, with art by Aaron Lopresti and Dan Davis. Cover by Tony Daniel and Kevin Conrad. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #41
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 41

    It's a double-threat for Warrior as he tries to survive the merchandising of his image in a new toy line and an animated series based on his adventures. Meanwhile, he has to fend off the menace of Dungeon, who's been sent by Quorum to capture Guy Gardner. Plus, Warrior's 'romance' with the Justice League's Fire heats up. Featuring parallel lines of story run across the top and bottom of each page, the 'cartoon' sequences of this issue are pencilled by Mike Parobeck. Written by Beau Smith, with art and cover by Marc Campos, Parobeck and Dan Davis. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #42
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 42

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    Martika reveals her true persona as the evil Seductress, but before she can further weave her spell on Guy, Dementor spoils her plans by transforming Warrior into GAL Gardner! Written by Beau Smith, with art by Marc Campos and Dan Davis. Cover by Joyce Chin and Dan Panosian. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #43
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 43

    Part 1 of the 2-part 'A Warrior's Passing.' All of Warrior's major foes - Dementor, Enforcer, Seductress, Sledge and the Black Serpent - have gathered for one final, ultimate assault upon Guy Gardner. It's shock after shock as someone dies while Warrior fights for his life! Concludes next issue. Written by Beau Smith, with art by Brad Gorby and Dan Davis. Cover by Phil Jimenez. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #44
    Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) 44

    Final issue. Part 2 of the 2-part 'A Warrior's Passing,' continued from last issue. Major Force has returned with a vengeance! He's killed someone from Guy Gardner's life. Now he wants Warrior's heart. This being the last issue, anything can happen - and will, with three different endings for readers to pick from! Written by Beau Smith, with art by Mitch Byrd and Dan Davis. Cover by Phil Jimenez. Cover price $1.75.