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Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 1

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    Fall 1941 issue. Cover art by Howard Purcell. Green Lantern: His Personal History, script by Bill Finger, art by Mart Nodell; Engineer Alan Scott survives an explosion during a test crossing of a trestle bridge and learns he was saved by the green lantern he carried; The lantern tells how long ago a meteor was formed into a lamp by a Chinese lamp maker and how it protected him from his murderous neighbors; Later the lamp was found by an asylum inmate, who re-formed it into a lantern and was cured of his insanity by the lantern; Now it brings power to Scott, who forms a ring out of part of it and uses his new abilities as Green Lantern. Masquerading Mare!, script by Bill Finger, art by Mart Nodell. Article extolling the virtue of will power featuring General George Washington and General Ulysses S. Grant. Disease!! starring Green Lantern, script by Bill Finger, art by Mart Nodell. Introducing Bill Finger and Marty Nodell Creators of Green Lantern! Arson in the Slums starring Green Lantern, script by Bill Finger, art by Mart Nodell. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 2
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    • Tape over staples at centerfold.

    Cover art by Martin Nodell. The Tycoon's Legacy: Chapter 1 starring Green Lantern, script by Bill Finger, art by Martin Nodell; Alan Scott's promotion to announcer at APEX Studios leads the Emerald Crusader into a case involving an out-of-work lawyer, a decidedly crooked lawyer and a mental patient who claims he was cheated out of a $5 million inheritance. The Tycoon's Legacy?: Chapter 2. The Tycoon's Legacy: Chapter 3. The Tycoon's Legacy: Chapter 4. Sweet Adeline humor page by Art Helfant. Hop Harrigan two-page text story. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 3

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    Cover art by Martin Nodell. The Living Graveyard of the Sea (Part 1) starring Green Lantern, script by Bill Finger, art by Martin Nodell; Alan Scott is sent to Australia to help install a short-wave radio transmitter, but his ship is torpedoed at sea by Nazi raiders. The Living Graveyard of the Sea (Part 2). The Nazi Dream (Part 3). Utopia Vs. Totalitarianism (Part 4). Adeline humor two-pager by Art Helfant. Hop Harrigan two-page text story. Untitled O'Malley of the Fourth Precinct story, art by Irwin Hasen. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 4

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    Cover art by Irwin Hasen. Total War!: Chapter 1: Foemen In the Fog starring Green Lantern, script by Bill Finger, art by Martin Nodell; While investigating a mysterious wreck at sea, Alan, Doiby and Irene are picked up by an invading force of the Gestapo [led by Captain Kortz], but Green Lantern saves the day by destroying the Nazi air force before it can strike on land. Cicero's Cat humor page by Al Smith (signed as Bud Fisher). Total War!: Chapter 2: The Den of Doom. Sweet Adeline humor two-pager by Art Helfant. Total War! Chapter 3: Green Lantern Enlists. Spy Signal text story by Hop Harrigan. Cicero's Cat humor page by Al Smith [signed as Bud Fisher]. Total War! Chapter 4: Journey's End For Nazis. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 5

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    Cover art by Irwin Hasen. The Legion of the Lantern: Chapter 1: Five Picked Men starring Green Lantern, script by Bill Finger, pencils by Martin Nodell, inks by Jon Chester Kozlak; While at a U.S.O. dance, a beautiful princess is kidnapped by a group of Nazis; Soon after her rescue by G.L., General Brock asks Alan and 3 others to form a special squad to go behind enemy lines. The Legion of the Lantern: Chapter 2: Swords of the Sahara. We Were All Kids Once humor page by Art Helfant. Songs Without Music starring Sweet Adeline, script and art by Art Helfant. The Legion of the Lantern: Chapter 3: Triumph In the Desert. The Flying Serpent of Yucatan text story starring Hop Harrigan. Fat and Slat humor page by Ed Wheelan. Legion of the Lantern: Chapter 4: Spy's Showdown. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 6

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    Cover art by Irwin Hasen. Empire of Exiles: Part 1: The Explorer's Secret starring Green Lantern, script by Joseph Greene, art by Martin Nodell; General Brooks assigns Sgt. Dickles and Pvt. Scott to search for a brilliant, but eccentric explorer named Dr. Wickwar, whose knowledge of a secret place in South America could provide much needed raw materials for the war effort. Empire of Exiles: Part 2: Perils of the Jungle. We Were All Kids Once humor page by Art Helfant. How to Spot Planes in the Skies fact page by Falcon Mattheiu. Empire of Exiles: Part 3: Strife In the Arena. Jailbreak in the Sky text story by Hop Harrigan. Empire of Exiles: Part 4: The Battle of Mastery. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 7
    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Slab: Minor side edge crack
    • Label #2005572015

    Cover art by Martin Nodell. The Wizard of Odds: Part 1 starring Green Lantern, script by Bill Finger, art by Martin Nodell; While on leave from the Army, Alan and Doiby run into a weird time traveler from the year 3042, whose ability to win big in all forms of gambling mystifies Green Lantern, but interests a criminal gang. The Wizard of Odds: Part 2. Mutt and Jeff humor two-pager by Al Smith [signed as Bud Fisher]. The Wizard of Odds: Part 3. The Flying Nursemaid text story starring Hop Harrigan. The Wizard of Odds: Part 4. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 8
    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Slab: Minor side edge crack
    • Label #2005302007
    • 1.5" cumulative spine split.

    Cover art by Howard Purcell [Green Lantern figure] and Sheldon Mayer [Doiby Dickles and rest of cover]. The Lady and Her Jewels starring Green Lantern, script by Joseph Greene, art by Martin Nodell; A notorious jewel thief's wife and son find it difficult to lead a normal life when the specter of her husband's crime seems to follow them wherever they go; That is, until Green Lantern and Doiby make people "see the light" about them. A Lease On Life starring Green Lantern, script by Joseph Greene, art by Martin Nodell. Mutt and Jeff story, script and art by Al Smith [signed as Bud Fisher]. Untitled Hop Harrigan story, script and art by Jon L. Blummer. Doiby Dickles Detective Deputies Ink starring Green Lantern, script by Joseph Greene, art by Martin Nodell; Two young boys approach Doiby in order to take lessons from him on how to be a great detective. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #9
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 9
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    • Conserved
    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Conservation includes: tear seals to cover, cover cleaned, cover reinforced.
    • Label #1201628009

    Cover art by Sheldon Moldoff. The School For Vandals starring Green Lantern, script by Alfred Bester, art by Martin Nodell; Green Lantern is unaware that a vicious criminal named "The Whisler" is being aided by a group of boys who attend a reform school that Alan Scott has just been named Dean of. Love Shouldn't Happen To a Dog starring Green Lantern, script by Alfred Bester, art by Martin Nodell; While helping the Emerald Crusader wrap up a gang of crooks, Doiby spies the female leader of the mob and immediately deserts Green lantern for his "new love." Mutt and Jeff strips by Al Smith [signed as Bud Fisher]. Patsy the Punk Commits Haki Saki starring Hop Harrigan, script and art by Jon L. Blummer. The Tale of the Timid Terrors starring Green Lantern, script by Alfred Bester, art by Martin Nodell. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 10
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    • Chew-hole through first 6 pages, cover detached.

    Cover art by Irwin Hasen. The Man Who Wanted the World: Part 1 starring Green Lantern, script by Alfred Bester, art by Martin Nodell; A strange individual named Vandal Savage approaches Alan Scott and attempts to purchase his supposedly worthless stock in a steel company. The Man Who Wanted the World: Part 2. Mutt and Jeff strips by Al Smith [signed as Bud Fisher]. Tank Turns Trader starring Hop Harrigan, script and art by Jon L. Blummer. Doiby Dickles' Dismal Discovery starring Green Lantern, script by Alfred Bester, art by Martin Nodell; With Alan Scott's radio contract at Apex Studios up for renewal, a group of wily executives attempt to get Doiby to believe he has more natural ability as a radio announcer than Alan. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 11
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    • Paper: White
    • CGCGroup World label. Signature on back cover.

    Cover art by Paul Reinman. American Red Cross Needs Your Help public service announcement starring the Justice Society of America, art by Joe Gallagher. The Dastardly Designs of Doiby Dickles's Pals starring Green Lantern, art by Martin Nodell; An insurance policy made out to Doiby Dickles in the amount of $1000 suddenly attracts alot of attention when it is discovered that an error was made and the policy is actually worth a cool $1 million! Mutt and Jeff strips by Al Smith [signed as Bud Fisher]. Mysterious Passenger starring Hop Harrigan, script and art by Jon L. Blummer. Doiby Dickles Goes On a Case public service announcement starring Green Lantern, art by Paul Reinman. Having a Wonderful Crime, Wish You Were Here starring Green Lantern, script by Alfred Bester, art by Martin Nodell. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #12
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 12
    • 3/4" Spine split from bottom.

    Cover art by Paul Reinman. It's Bad For Business starring Green Lantern, script by Alfred Bester, art by Martin Nodell; Two spinsters attempt to teach the world better manners and they decide that Doiby is a prime candidate for their uplift society. Mutt and Jeff strips by Al Smith [signed as Bud Fisher]. Doiby Dickles Enters High Sassiety starring Green Lantern, script by Henry Kuttner, art by Martin Nodell; Doiby decides to go into the cab business and hires a fleet of drivers; Little does he know that they are all former members of the underworld who use their routes to carry out armed robberies! The Gambler starring Green Lantern, script by Henry Kuttner, art by Martin Nodell. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #13
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 13

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    Cover art by Irwin Hasen. Only Green Lantern Need Apply, script by Alfred Bester, art by Martin Nodell; In response to an urgent newspaper ad, Green Lantern arrives at the Explorer's Club [of which, as Alan Scott, he is the President] only to discover a room full of Green Lanterns! Mutt and Jeff strips by Al Smith [signed as Bud Fisher]. The Lord Haw-Haw of Crime starring Green Lantern, script by Henry Kuttner, art by Martin Nodell; A three-way romance between the sound effects woman of Station WCMG and Alan Scott, Doiby Dickles and Handy Mann [the station's disc jockey] leads the Emerald Crusader to discover that one of the station's employees is using the airwaves for criminal purposes. Da Tantrim of Green Lantrin starring Green Lantern, script by Alfred Bester, art by Martin Nodell. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #14
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 14

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    Cover art by Irwin Hasen. The Case of the Crooked Crook starring Green Lantern, script by Alfred Bester, art by Martin Nodell; Green Lantern faces a nefarious plot by the Lisper Gang to use a respectable employment agency as a cover for their racket. Mutt and Jeff strips by Al Smith [signed as Bud Fisher]. The Smile That Wins starring Green Lantern, script by Alfred Bester, art by Martin Nodell; Alan visits the doctor foe a stomach ache and he is told the pain is psycho-somatic; The cure: smile!; But when Alan smiles, it has a very strange effect on people: it makes them confess to crimes they have committed! The Cave Kid Goes To Town starring Green Lantern, script by Henry Kuttner, art by Martin Nodell; While on vacation, Alan and Doiby discover what appears to be a primitive boy living in a cave; G.L. attempts to discover just who the boy really is and the answer is quite unexpected!; story takes place in Gotham. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #15
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 15
    • Paper: Off white
    • Slab: Minor side edge cracks
    • Label #1175914005

    Cover art by Paul Reinman. The Thoughts That Came to Life: Part 1: One, Two, Three...Stop Thinking starring Green Lantern, script by Alfred Bester, art by Martin Nodell; An accident changes meek book-keeper Albert Zero into a man that creates and control images in his mind....images that prove all too real to Green Lantern, who must find a way to keep Zero from thinking ANY thoughts! The Thoughts That Came to Life: Four, Five, Six...Stop Thinking (Part Two) starring Green Lantern, script by Alfred Bester, art by Martin Nodell; Zero discovers that the world, now frightfully afraid of him, is out to destroy him any way possible, so he turns to crime; For the first time in his career, Green Lantern gives his wisdom and powers to another person: Albert Zero! Mutt and Jeff strips by Al Smith [signed as Bud Fisher]. Carleton Congo Will Hoo-Doo You starring Green Lantern, script by Alfred Bester, art by Martin Nodell; A rival cab driver, jealous of Doiby's success as a hack, engages the services of a voodoo witch doctor to put a spell on our favorite cabbie. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #16
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 16
    Auction opens January 6
    • Paper: Off white
    • Slab: Minor side edge cracks
    • Cover reattached with 4 pieces of tape on interior, 3 pieces of tape on cover.
    • Label #BAF3FD-047

    Cover art by Paul Reinman. The Man In the Moon starring Green Lantern, script by Alfred Bester, art by Martin Nodell; A strange magnetic force draws Green Lantern, Doiby and a one-eyed man to the Moon where the Emerald Crusader is forced to battle many weird foes. Mutt and Jeff strips by Al Smith [signed as Bud Fisher]. The Lizard of Fire starring Green Lantern, script by Alfred Bester, art by Martin Nodell; Green Lantern comes to grips with an unusual foe who can start fires in the rain! The Jewel of Hope starring Green Lantern, script by Henry Kuttner, art by Martin Nodell; When Alan Scott is dispatched by his radio station to the Atlantic to determine the source of radio interference, he discovers instead a mysterious individual and a jewel that can turn into the holder's fondest wish! 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #17
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 17

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    Cover art by Paul Reinman. The Mystery of the Missing Baby Doll starring Green Lantern, script by Alfred Bester, art by Martin Nodell; The Police are notified of curious criminal behavior: Green Lantern stealing dolls! Mutt and Jeff strips by Al Smith [signed as Bud Fisher]. Saturn Muscles In starring Green Lantern, script by Alfred Bester, art by Martin Nodell; Alan and Doiby comes upon a street sign which leads them to Saturn, a rather exclusive club, owned by an individual with cloven hoofs! Quirt Vs. Culture starring Green Lantern, script by Alfred Bester, art by Martin Nodell; A notorious gangster feels that, despite all his possessions, he lacks one thing: culture. His gang helps him try to obtain this virtue in a most unusual way. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #18
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 18

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    Cover art by Paul Reinman. The Last of the Buccaneers starring Green Lantern, script by Henry Kuttner, art by Martin Nodell; lan Scott is ordered to construct a radio transmission station in Florida, but on his way down he is attacked by a group of pirates, led by the very man who ordered him to Florida in the first place! Cartoon ad for Wheaties cereal, art by Roland Coe. Mutt and Jeff strips by Al Smith [signed as Bud Fisher]. The Connoisseur of Crime starring Green Lantern, script by Edmond Hamilton, art by Martin Nodell; Alan Scott's investigation of children wearing unauthorized Green Lantern uniforms plunges the Emerald Crusader into a mystery involving a crooked exporter using his business as a front for crime. Comic strip advertisement for Lionel Trains. The Man Who Doubled In Death, or, The Duplicity of Johnny Double starring Green Lantern, script by Henry Kuttner, art by Martin Nodell; Green Lantern faces the enigma of a man who has a double personality, with a twist in that each hate the other and attempt to destroy their other self! Comic strip ad for Wheaties cereal featuring Don Hutson. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #19
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 19

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    Cover art by Paul Reinman. Sing a Song of Disaster starring Green Lantern, script by Henry Kuttner, art by Martin Nodell; Green Lantern investigates the mysterious crashes of three airplanes when the survivors all mention that "harpies" were spotted at the scene. Mutt and Jeff strips by Al Smith [signed as Bud Fisher]. Dickles Vs. Fate starring Green Lantern, script by Henry Kuttner, art by Martin Nodell; Convinced that he is not getting enough attention in solving cases, Doiby decides to quit being a cabbie and go into a business that will give him the glory he deserves. Jonah Was a Jinx starring Green Lantern, script by Henry Kuttner, art by Martin Nodell; Green Lantern and Doiby become involved in a case invoving mild-mannered Jonah Thistle, a man after whom bad luck seems to naturally follow. Who's Who in Zooville humor page by Ronald Santi. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #20
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 20

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    Cover art by Paul Reinman. Shadow of the Past starring Green Lantern, script by Alfred Besterm, art by Martin Nodell; Marvin Martin, mistakenly informed by his doctor that he has a fatal disease, decides to resume his criminal career in order to financially arrange for his only son's future. Untitled Rockhead McWizzard story, script and art by Jack Farr. On the Air starring Green Lantern, script by Alfred Bester, art by Martin Nodell; An ingenious criminal plants radios in stores in order to eavesdrop and learn the combinations to their safes. A Cask of Wine--Flying Colors filler page by John M. Jenks. Jolly Juggling Jokes starring Fat and Slat humor page by Ed Wheelan. The Gambler Comes Back starring Green Lantern, script by Henry Kuttner, art by Martin Nodell; The Gambler effects his escape from prison disguished as Doiby Dickles, and decides to get into the gambling business....with the odds in his favor! 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #21
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 21

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    Cover art by Paul Reinman. The Woodman starring Green Lantern, script by Alfred Bester, art by Martin Nodell; The Emerald Crusader and Doiby investigate a man who built his home entirely of wood, and end up battling a group of crooks anxious to steal the man's treasure. The Good Humor Man starring Green Lantern, script by Henry Kuttner, art by Martin Nodell; Green Lantern faces the dilemma of a man who has hired crooks to make him lose his temper! What Makes Goitrude Go? starring Green Lantern, script by Henry Kuttner, art by Martin Nodell; After being hit by the ray of Green Lantern's power ring, Goitrude suddenly develops a "mind" of her own! Ton o' Fun humor page by Harry Lampert. Out of the Gag Bag humor page by Art Helfant. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #22
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 22

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    Cover art by Paul Reinman. The Old-Fashioned Way starring Green Lantern, script by Alfred Bester, art by Martin Nodell; Green Lantern and Doiby face a newly released criminal who insists on committing crimes.....the old fashioned way! The Man Who Insults Everybody starring Green Lantern, script by Henry Kuttner, art by Martin Nodell; Doiby is hired as a bodyguard to a young man who has the knack of insulting everyone he comes across; Unfortunately for both of them, a group of toughs is out to rub out this young man so that his inheritance will go to them. Ton O' Fun humor page by Harry Lampert. Out of the Gag Bag humor page by Art Helfant. The Invisible World starring Green Lantern, script by Henry Kuttner, art by Martin Nodell; Green Lantern and Doiby use the power ring to shrink themselves so that they may travel to a microscopic world where they encounter weird walking trees! 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #23
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 23
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Label #1163412003

    Cover art by Irwin Hasen. Doiby Dickles, Da Stunt Man starring Green Lantern, script by Alfred Bester, art by Martin Nodell; Doiby secures a position as a movie stuntman when the regular stuntman quits a film; This glory soon turns to terror as Doiby discovers someone is trying to kill him! The Man Who Went Back starring Green Lantern, script by Alfred Bester, art by Martin Nodell; Green Lantern musty convince the major stockholder of radio station WXYZ that "the good old days" were anything BUT that before he pulls his financial backing from the station. Untitled Cotton-Top Katie story, script and art by Harry Lampert. Long Live Da King starring Green Lantern, script by Alfred Bester, art by Martin Nodell; Doiby poses as the youthful King of Royalia in order to prevent an insidious Duke from usurping the throne. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #24
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 24

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    Cover art by Irwin Hasen. Once a Cop starring Green Lantern, script by Alfred Bester, art by Martin Nodell; A retired Policeman comes out of retirement to hunt down an escaped criminal that he had arrested 25 years before. Happy Boithday starring Green Lantern, script by Alfred Bester, art by Martin Nodell; It's Goitrude's birthday and she's feeling unloved by Doiby, but pursued by the mysterious Phineas Wren, a car fancier, who leads our favorite hackie and the Emerald Crusader on the trail of a stolen necklace. Indestructible Jones starring Green Lantern, script by Alfred Bester, art by Martin Nodell; Three criminals, freshly released from prison, decide to take out an insurance policy on a man determined to commit suicide. The only hitch is....he won't die! Untitled Gangplank Gus story. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #25
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 25

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    Cover art by Irwin Hasen. The Diamond Magnet starring Green Lantern, script by Alfred Bester, art by Martin Nodell; A weird accident, in which Elmer Quince [a diamond kleptomaniac] falls into the super magnetron at Gotham University and turns him into a human magnet, which attracts any form of carbon; Green Lantern's dilemma is to figure out how to keep crooks from using Elmer in diamond robberies long enough to find a cure. The Man Who Couldn't Win starring Green Lantern, script by John Broome, art by Martin Nodell; Green Lantern encounters the dilemma of "Wrong Way" Mulloy, a man born on the wrong side of a bet and who now still can't seem to win any bet he makes! Ton O' Fun humor page by Harry Lampert. Untitled Cotton-Top Katie story, script and art by Harry Lampert [as Harrielle]. The Man Behind the Mask starring Green Lantern, script by John Broome, art by Martin Nodell; The Emerald Crusader faces the threat of the Fop, a cruel, cunning, daring and ruthless Beau Brummel crook. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #26
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 26
    • INCOMPLETE. Corner margin pieces missing, slightly interrupts art or story.
    Auction opens January 6
    • 3" cumulative spine split. Oxidation. Chew.

    Cover art by Irwin Hasen. The Scourge of the Seas starring Green Lantern, script by Robert Bernstein, art by Irwin Hasen; The mysterious disappearance of ten whalers by some sort of a monstrous sea serpent whets the appetite of Green Lantern to investigate this strange phenomenon. The Flood Maker starring Green Lantern, script by Alfred Bester, art by Howard Purcell; The Coreville Levees have burst and Green Lantern must face the wrath of the weird Dr. Aqua, a man who uses the knowledge of science and physical conditioning to reap a fortune. The Song That Spelled Disaster starring Green Lantern, script by Alfred Bester, pencils by Martin Nodell [layouts] and Howard Purcell [finishes], inks by Howard Purcell; The impressario of the Gotham City Opera Company is looking for an individual whose voice would bring the troupe out of its financial woes.....and, by accident, Doiby is selected! Ton O' Fun humor page by Harry Lampert. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #27
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 27
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Label #0056414017

    Cover art by Howard Purcell. The Freedom of the Skies starring Green Lantern, script by John Broome, pencils by Howard Purcell, inks by Bob Oksner; From out of the skies appears a new criminal that robs from the air: the Sky Pirate, whom the Green Lantern must battle in order to establish dominion of the skies. The Lamb Who Cried Wolf starring Green Lantern, script by Gardner F. Fox, pencils by Howard Purcell, inks by Bob Oksner; A young scientist's son has a problem that he feels that only Green lantern can help him solve: the fact that all he can invent are lies, and those lies have gotten Gotham City's underworld after him! Out of the Gag Bag humor page by Art Helfant. The Gambler Bets His Life starring Green Lantern, script by Lee Goldsmith, pencils by Howard Purcell, inks by Bob Oksner; The Gambler bets that Green Lantern and the Warden will die instead of him on his execution night; He then escapes from prison on the scheduled night of his execution, believing the odds are all in his favor: after all, he has killed the Emerald Crusader! 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #28
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 28

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    Cover art by Alex Toth. The Fool Comes To Town starring Green Lantern, script by John Broome, art by Alex Toth; Green Lantern must face the challenge of a new criminal who steals objects that absolutely worthless! Ton O' Fun humor page by Harry Lampert. The Tricks of the Sportsmaster starring Green Lantern, script by John Broome, art by Alex Toth and Irwin Hasen (splash page); Green lantern takes Alan Scott's place to award a special sports trophy, when suddenly this prize is snatched from his hands by a criminal calling himself the Sportsmaster. Untitled Cotton-Top Katie story, script and art by Harry Lampert. The Last Criminal on Earth starring Green Lantern, script by John Broome, art by Irwin Hasen; Knodar comes to the 20th century where he believes his talents as a criminal will be appreciated; That evening, Alan Scott, while listening to the radio, is startled to see Green Lantern come crashing through his apartment window---dead! 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #29
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 29

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    Cover art by Irwin Hasen. Framed By the Harlequin (Part 1) starring Green Lantern, script by Robert Kanigher, pencils by Irwin Hasen, inks by John Belfi; No matter how hard he attempts to prove otherwise, Green Lantern fails to convince the Police he isn't on the side of the Harlequin, and is arrested. Challenge of the Harlequin (Part 2); Believing that the Harlequin is actually in love witrh Green Lantern, her gang wants her to prove them wrong. If she doesn't, they will kill him....and her! Ton O' Fun humor page by Harry Lampert. The Harlequin Haunts Green Lantern (Part 3); The Harlequin shocks the Police when she surrenders voluntarily to them--that is, providing Green Lantern will be her defense counsel! 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #30
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 30

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    Cover art by Alex Toth. The Saga of Streak starring Green Lantern, script by Robert Kanigher, art by Alex Toth; This story gives the origin of Streak, how he came into the possession of Alan Scott and how he became the canine partner to Green Lantern. The Fatal Chance starring Green Lantern, script by Lee Goldsmith, art by Alex Toth; Alan Scott is mystified by a strange turn of events in which successful professionals commit suicide at the height of their success--that is, until he learns that the Gambler is involved! Joshua Bellbottom starring O'Malley of the Fourth Precinct, art by Irwin Hasen. The Last Criminal Gets an Education starring Green Lantern, script by John Broome, art by Irwin Hasen; Somehow, the evil Knodar sends Green Lantern into the far future and transports himself into the present in order to have a free reign on crime. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #31
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 31

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    Cover art by Irwin Hasen. The Terror of the Talismans starring Green Lantern, script by Robert Kanigher, pencils by Irwin Hasen, inks by John Belfi; A mysterious crime boss devises an ingenious scheme to get Green Lantern and the Harlequin to give up their weapons [his power ring and her spectacles]--then, his gang uses them to commit crimes! The Magic Crime text story by John Broome [signed as John Osgood]. Ton O' Fun humor page by Harry Lampert. Beauty and the Fool starring Green Lantern, script by John Broome, art by Alex Toth; Green Lantern smells serious trouble when silly crimes begin to hit Gotham City--a sign that the Fool has returned to town! 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #32
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 32

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    Cover pencils by Irwin Hasen, inks by Bob Oksner. The Case of the Astonishing Juggler starring Green Lantern, script by John Broome, art by Irwin Hasen; The daughter of wealthy Amos King wants the Emerald Crusader to appear at her celebrity party; In order to make sure that he shows up, she tells famed juggler Cordani to pretend to pull off some sensational crimes. The Case of the Conscience Fund starring Green Lantern, script by Robert Kanigher, art by Irwin Hasen; A unique office of the U.S. Treasury, set up to receive funds defrauded from the U.S. Government, receives a most interesting letter from the Harlequin: she plans to return all the stolen loot so that it may be returned to its rightful owners! The King of the Dam Builders starring Green Lantern, script by John Broome, art by Irwin Hasen; Alan Scott reports the opening ceremonies for a new dam along the Colorado River, when suddenly an explosion wrecks the dam; Green Lantern investigates to discover why the dam was blown up and why its builder becomes the target of dis-creditation. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #33
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 33

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    Cover art by Irwin Hasen. Crime Goes West starring Green Lantern, script by John Broome, art by Irwin Hasen; Alan and Doiby find themselves victims of several escaped criminals who are in search of loot long buried. The Criminal Nobody Knew starring Green Lantern, script by John Broome, art by Irwin Hasen; A criminal genius called Mr. Big baffles the Emerald Crusader and Doiby by committing a series of crimes in three different locales at the same time! The Harlequin's Leap Year starring Green Lantern, script by Robert Kanigher, art by Irwin Hasen; The Harlequin, since it's leap year, decides to "pop the question" to Green Lantern in the middle of trying to stop a robbery (at a wedding), but the resulting answer is not what she expects! 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #34
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 34
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    • Paper: White
    • Ohio.
    • Label #0963144008
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    • Interior is complete. Full length spine split.

    Cover art by Alex Toth. Harlequin's Secret Revealed starring Green Lantern, script by Robert Kanigher, pencils by Irwin Hasen, inks by Bob Oksner; Hearing that the Harlequin has escaped from jail again, Green Lantern tracks her down and brings her to justice, only to discover that she is really H-9, a secret government agent! Streak Meets the Princess starring Streak, script by Robert Kanigher, art by Alex Toth; Streak and Alan visit a local dog show and Streak falls paws over tail for a female dog; While visiting his new "girlfriend's" home, Streak prevents a robbery of her master's home. The Goose that Laid the 14 Carat Omelet--Foney Fairy Tales, script and art by Ed Wheelan. A Perpetual Notion text story by John Broome [signed as John Osgood]. Green Lantern Vs. White Star, script by John Broome, pencils by Irwin Hasen, inks by Bob Oksner; A new costumed hero named White Star challenges Green Lantern's position as Gotham City's top crime fighter. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #35
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 35
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    • Paper: White
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    Cover art by Joe Kubert. The Three-In-One Criminal starring Green Lantern, script by John Broome, art by Irwin Hasen; A mysterious criminal named Gamma steals the "International Kilogram," a metal cylinder that decides the weight of any object world wide; Imagine the Emerald Crusader's surprise when he discovers Gamma is not one man, but three! Smash Finale starring Streak, script by Robert Kanigher, art by Alex Toth; Streak is selected as master-of-ceremonies by Alan Scott for a local benefit to aid stray dogs; At the last minute, Alan discovers that he forgot to rehearse Streak for the finale--but Streak already has one in mind! Cappy and Sarge--Streak's Wonder Dog of the Month fact page-and-a-half, art by Alex Toth. Perfect Crimes For Sale starring Green Lantern, script by Lee Goldsmith, art by Irwin Hasen; The Gambler offers the underworld a very tempting situation: for $25,000 he will remove any obstacle preventing a criminal from committing the perfect crime! 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #36
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 36

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    Cover art by Alex Toth. The Riddle of the Red Domino starring Green Lantern, script by John Broome, pencils by Irwin Hasen, inks by Bob Oksner; A mysterious new criminal is out to verify that Alan Scott and Green Lantern are one and the same person--and he has the proof to back it up, forcing Alan to have to be in two places at the same time to unmask his new foe. Mystery of the Missing Messenger starring Streak, script by Robert Kanigher, art by Alex Toth; Streak and Alan Scott search for a young city bank messenger boy accused of taking $50,000. Natch--Streak's Wonder Dog of the Month fact page, art by Alex Toth. Introduction Please text story by Julius Schwartz [signed as Jules Black]. The Timberland Trail starring Green Lantern, script by John Broome, pencils by Irwin Hasen, inks by Frank Giacoia; The Master of Light travels to Oregon to clear up problems in a lumbering camp in order to get his radio star back to Station WXYZ on time so Alan Scott will not lose an important sponsor. Science Snaps fact page by Martin Naydel. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #37
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 37

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    Cover pencils by Alex Toth, inks by Frank Giacoia. Perils of the Trapper starring Green Lantern, script by John Broome, pencils by Irwin Hasen, inks by Frank Giacoia; A new criminal, known as The Trapper, decides to challenge the police and Green Lantern by using the ancient techniques of the forest to combat modern crime detection. The Unexpected Guest starring Streak, script by Robert Kanigher, art by Alex Toth; Alan leaves Streak in the care of his secretary while, as the Green Lantern, he tries to hunt down the infamous Polka Dot Gang. Sport--Streak's Wonder Dog of the Month fact two-pager, art by Alex Toth. The Secret of 13 starring Sargon the Sorcerer, art by Paul Reinman; While visiting a country diner, Sargon decides to play tune #13 on the juke box. Immediately, the record demands that all patrons place their valuables on the table--or be shot! Too Many Suspects starring Green Lantern, script by Robert Kanigher, pencils by Alex Toth, inks by Frank Giacoia; Green Lantern is baffled when Doiby confesses to a crime he didn't commit, as well as six other people doing the same, which means he must face a master criminal who has the ability to make innocent people confess to crimes that the criminal committed alone. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #38
    Green Lantern (1941-1949 Golden Age) 38
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    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Slab: Other - see grading notes
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    • Paper: Off white
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    Cover art by Alex Toth. The Murdered Clues starring Green Lantern, script by Robert Kanigher, pencils by Irwin Hasen, inks by Bob Oksner; The appearance of several objects in Alan Scott's office that have been "murdered" as if they were human beings, and the fact that they tie in with several recent murders, prompts Green Lantern into immediate action to find the connection. Snowball--Streak's Wonder Dog of the Month fact page, art by Alex Toth. The Double Ray starring Streak the Wonder Dog, script by Robert Kanigher, art by Alex Toth; Alan Scott has the problem of finding a Romeo and Juliet that will look as good on TV as they sound on the radio. Dazzling Diamonds text article by Julius Schwartz. The Impossible Mr. Paradox starring Green Lantern, script by Robert Kanigher, pencils by Irwin Hasen, inks by Frank Giacoia; The cancellation of Clay Chalmer's program at Station WXYZ leads Alan Scott to believe Chalmers is the new criminal haunting Gotham City, Mr. Paradox, who attempts to defeat Green Lantern by employing illusions based on scientific paradoxes. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.