Green Lantern Corps Issue # 60 - "Rally the Corps" - Perdoo; Meadlux; N'gila G'rnt; Shilandra Thane; Jeryll; Alitha and Bruun.
• Perdoo is the guardian of Sector 2234 and comes from the planet Qualar IV. He first appeared in Green Lantern Annual #5.
Perdoo spent most if his life in a hospital for the mentally insane. His time as a patient left him completely without fear. He is known to be unconventional and still a little unhinged. His fellow Green Lanterns would rather not associate with him. As a result of his turbulent mental state, Perdoo's energy constructs are varied and unpredictable.
• Meadlux first appeared in Green Lantern Volume 2 #169. He patrols Sector 1776.
Meadlux is a Psychiatrist (of the 6th Degree amongst his people). He is often tasked with the job of repairing the psyches of Green Lanterns who have suffered mental trauma while on the job. Meadlux and Droxelle were the Green Lanterns who conducted the "Psychodrama" on young recruit Hal Jordan when the Guardians of the Universe questioned his loyalty to them.
• N'gila G'rnt was born on the planet Iguanzo. She is a recent recruit to the Corps.
N'gila is a teenager as her people measure the passage of time and adulthood. She watches over Sector 0542. N'gila has boundless, youthful energy and a strong sense of self-confidence.
• Shilandra Thane first appeared in Green Lantern Quarterly #1. Her home planet is unknown but she is the Guardian of Sector 3399.
Shilandra is the last survivor of a nuclear war that devastated her homeworld. Her people were war-crazy. A Green Lantern once visited her planet and was immediately shot down. No one would aid the fallen Green Lantern except for Shilandra. Shilandra was chosen as the dying Corps member's replacement.
• Jeryll made her first appearance in Green Lantern #152. She was created by Marv Wolfman and Joe Staton. Jeryll was born on the planet Glirell and is the guardian of Sector 0055.
Jeryll's people were peace-loving. She was actually cast out from her society when she stopped a mentally challenged man who was attacking another person. Jeryll's ring automatically acted to protect her when the insane person turned on her. For this non-pacifist action, Jeryll was ostracized.
Jeryll's life was torn apart when she received a distress call from her husband. She raced home only to find his torn apart body laying in their bedroom. The cries of her infant daughter made her spring into action. Jeryll found that the Yellow Lantern Kryb was trying to abduct the child. Kryb turned on Jeryll and incinerated her. It is unknown what happened to her child.
• Alitha is a warrior and gladiator from her homeworld of Galactica. Galactica was the Third-World that preceeded New Genesis and the Fourth World of Apokolips.
Alitha first appeared in Green Lanterns #18 in 2017. She was one of the "First Seven Green Lanterns". She along with her partners had been chosen by Rami to stop the terror of Volthoom. Alitha was known for her indomitable courage.
• Bruun first appeared in Tales of the Green Lantern Corps #3. She was created by Brian Bolland.
Bruun comes from the planet Zymia and is the Green Lantern of Sector 0083. She blamed the Corps for their inaction when her husband was killed in an attack by the Manhunters. After she was brought into the Corps she realized her anger was misplaced. Bruun chose to become the leader of a strike force that sought out and deactivated all Manhunters.
When a Green Lantern needs assistance the Corps will always rally to the call.
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BATMAN #167 - November 1964
Cover Art: Carmine Infantino
ZERO-HOUR FOR EARTH
Script: Bill Finger
Art: Sheldon Moldoff as “Bob Kane” (Pencils), Joe Giella (Inks), Gasper Saladino (Letters)
Characters: Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Robin [Dick Grayson]; Commissioner James Gordon; CIA operative; several Interpol agents (one dies); members of Hydra (villains, international criminal organization); Karabi (villain); Karabi's henchmen (villains)
Synopsis: A dying Interpol man informs Batman that a criminal named Karabi has plans to instigate a nuclear war
Batman story #1,057
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