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"The Tribe of Terror": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.



Appearing in "The Tribe of Terror"

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  • Jay Wycker (attorney)
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Appearing in "The Society of the Black Dragon"

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Appearing in "Dr. McNider Appeals to Patriots"

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  • Slimey Gats
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Appearing in "The Barber Shop Gangsters"

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Appearing in "The Blueprints"

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Appearing in "The Broken Window"

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Appearing in "Death Test"

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Notes

  • As the context in that period, the Native Americans are referred as "Indians", what sounds politically incorrect today. In addition, many dialogues are racist and stereotyped: "Pale face"; "Redskin"; "Overgrown cigar sign"
  • In this point of time, any non-metal objects could hurt Green Lantern, not only wood. A Native Indian manages to hurt him with a stone.

Trivia

  • Tsichah is a fictional tribe.
  • The Buffalo spirit worshipped by Tsichah might be an allusion to one of two Lakota personified concepts:

1) Ta Tanka (Great Beast) - The male Buffalo spirit of plenty. 2) Tatankan Gnaskiyan (Crazy Buffalo) - The malevolent spirit who wreaks havoc on love affairs, causing feuds, murders, and suicides.

  • When asked if he would help a Native American girl, Alan Scott just answer: "I am a radio engineer, not Hiawatha." Hiawatha was a precolonial Indian leader and co-founder of the Iroquois Confederacy. He was a leader of the Onondaga people, the Mohawk people, or both. According to some accounts, he was born an Onondaga but adopted into the Mohawks.



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