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"Green Lantern: "Two Twisted Twerps"": Crook Skunky Savage attacks philanthropist Gaspard le Bon, but fortunately Doiby's on hand and signals for Green Lantern who easily drives off Skunky's gang while capturing Skunky himself. Gaspard claims he's developed a machine capable of psychically refor

All-American Comics #81 is an issue of the series All-American Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of January, 1947.

Synopsis for Green Lantern: "Two Twisted Twerps"

Crook Skunky Savage attacks philanthropist Gaspard le Bon, but fortunately Doiby's on hand and signals for Green Lantern who easily drives off Skunky's gang while capturing Skunky himself. Gaspard claims he's developed a machine capable of psychically reforming criminals. Green Lantern threatens Skunky with either Gaspard's treatment or prison, something Skunky goes along with, but sabotages the machine. So what happens when he and Gaspard are hooked up is that their natures are reversed; Gaspard knocks out Green Lantern with a chair to the head, dives out the window to rob some banks, and steals a little girl's candy on the way out of sight. Meanwhile Skunky gives the girl some of his own money to replace her purloined treat.

However as soon as Skunky's spotted the police are called on him, and Green Lantern swoops down and carries Skunky away until he can figure out this whole mess. The now-reformed criminal tells them his gang's planning to rob an exotic plant nursery, and because he was hooked straight up to Skunky's brain, Gaspard le Bon knows about the plan too. He works over Skunky's gang into admitting him as their new boss, but Gaspard makes a break for it when Green Lantern and Doiby show up and beat up the gang. Gaspard takes Skunky hostage and plans to hook him back up to the machine so they'll both be evil, but Green Lantern crashes into Gaspard's lab and unleashes his powerful emerald beam on the machinery. Gaspard is turned good again, and Skunky stays good. Gaspard declares his machine is too risky to use, but he'll keep working on it, and to Doiby's annoyance Skunky's new honest career is as another taxi driver, eating into his business.

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