"The Terror of the Talismans": A gangster tricks Green Lantern and the Harlequin into thinking the other has challenged them to a battle without the use of their power item.

Green Lantern #31 is an issue of the series Green Lantern (Volume 1) with a cover date of April, 1948.

Appearing in "The Terror of the Talismans"

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  • Charlie (sound effects man)
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Synopsis for "The Terror of the Talismans"

A gangster tricks Green Lantern and the Harlequin into thinking the other has challenged them to a battle without the use of their power item.

Appearing in "Beauty and the Fool"

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  • Ann Martin
  • Gotham Star boss
  • Mr. Brown
  • Carnival Queen

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Synopsis for "Beauty and the Fool"

The Fool, once again on the loose, starts stealing boxes of Pop Jacks candy. This baffles Green Lantern, until he learns from the head of the company that makes the candy that five diamond bracelets worth $5000 apiece were hidden in boxes in place of the usual cheap prizes, and the Fool's gotten them all. Cooking columnist Ann Martin, looking to work her way up to the crime beat, tracks the Fool, but he knocks her and Green Lantern both out and puts them in a deathtrap with model trains with poison needs on them. Lantern uses his ring on the switchbox to crash the trains.

Following up on a clue that the Fool needed to visit a barber before his next crime, Lantern deduces he plans to look his best before he robs a beauty contest happening that day. The Fool does indeed steal the pearl-spangled tiara being awarded to the winner, but Lantern catches up to him and knocks the comical criminal out before he can get away. Ann Martin gets her promotion for her dynamic story on the Fool's latest escapade.

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  1. The river is unnamed. There are 3 rivers in Gotham City: Gotham, Sprang and Finger.
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