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"Green Lantern: "Rumors of the Round Table"": Doiby's derby, trespassed by an arrow, is in exposition in the Metropolitan Art Museum, dated as from 1258 AD. In the Middle Ages, Merlin summons (or feign to do) two champions to defend the England - Green Lantern and "Squirel" Dickles.



Appearing in Green Lantern: "Rumors of the Round Table"

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Synopsis for Green Lantern: "Rumors of the Round Table"

Doiby's derby, trespassed by an arrow, is in exposition in the Metropolitan Art Museum, dated as from 1258 AD. In the Middle Ages, Merlin summons (or feign to do) two champions to defend the England - Green Lantern and "Squirel" Dickles.

Appearing in Doctor Mid-Nite: "Drama in the Dark"

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Appearing in The Atom: "Vacation from Crime"

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Appearing in Black Pirate: "The Witch's Dipping Chair"

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Appearing in Hop Harrigan: "Saga of a Pearl-Handled Forty-Five"

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  • Green Lantern's story:
    • Beginning with Green Lantern Vol 1 10, wood is depicted as the only weakness of Green Lantern. Before that, any nonmetallic objects could hurt the hero, not only wood. In this issue, however, there seems to be a relapse of the writer and Green Lantern again is depicted as having a vulnerability to non-metals (in this case, the flesh of Doiby Dickes).
    • Merlin is a fake magician.
    • The toast, in homage to Green Lantern, is a ritual in which a drink is taken as an expression of honor or goodwill.
    • The presence of a newspaper in 1258 AD is an anachronism: The oldest direct ancestors of the modern newspaper were the handwritten news sheets that circulated widely in Venice in 1566.
    • Contrary to what is said here, Roger Bacon did not actually invent the powder. Gunpowder was first invented and described in China, Bacon was the first in Europe to record its formula. Chinese ambassadors are shown in the same story; maybe Roger learned their formula and lied to brag.
    • Green Lantern finds the Starheart in the possession of the Chinese ambassadors - and uses it to return to his own time.



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