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"Sabotage Sinister!": Green Lantern learns that a group of crooks is stealing seats from Ferris Aircraft. Hal later finds the stolen sits were slashed and tossed away. After reporting it to Carol, more seats get slashed the same way ins

Green Lantern (Volume 2) #132 is an issue of the series Green Lantern (Volume 2) with a cover date of September, 1980.

Synopsis for "Sabotage Sinister!"

Green Lantern learns that a group of crooks is stealing seats from Ferris Aircraft. Hal later finds the stolen sits were slashed and tossed away. After reporting it to Carol, more seats get slashed the same way inside the warehouse. Hal then intercepts a couple of men sneaking in Carol's office, stealing some papers. But since his ring is not fully recharged, he fights them hand-to-hand, and they manage to escape. After recharging his ring, Green Lantern follows the men to the hangar, with a third man on board of a jet. The turbine of the jet pulls and incapacitates Green Lantern long enough for the men to escape again.

After he recovers, Green Lantern follows their trail to a warehouse, where he finally incapacitates them and realize that they were looking for some diamonds smuggled from Africa and hidden inside one of the seats of Ferris' airplanes.

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  • Barney Depardo (Single appearance)
  • Norbert Newley (Single appearance)

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  • Ethel (Single appearance)
  • Seymour (Single appearance)

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  • VTol (Vertical Take-Off and Landing) jet


Synopsis for "The Trial Of Arkkis Chummuck: Verdict"

Having heard the facts, the Corps Tribunal exacts judgment on Arkkis Chummuck, knowing that his honor will compel him to kill himself if the decision goes against him. To clarify some of the accusations, Arkkis proceeds to explains that, after dethroning the ruler of his planet, he attempted to end the war with Xanshi, stopping the missiles his own fleet fired against their enemies by encasing the whole planet in an energy field. Dazed by the immense effort, Arkkis crashed on the planet, and his last words before losing consciousness were that he claimed Xanshi by right of conquest. He then woke up in a shrine, considered the new protector of the people of Xanshi.

The defense at the tribunal explains that his motives were for the right cause of stopping a war. After hearing all the facts, the tribunal reaches the verdict of letting Arkkis remain in the Green Lantern Corps, with Malet Dasim, the same Green Lantern that accused him and spoke against him, as his advisor. Even though they don't like each other at first, Malet proceeds and starts teaching him the goals and traditions of the Corps.

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Synopsis for "Brain Beast"

Adam Strange faces a menace created by the brain energy of the Akalonian race on Rann.

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  • Akalonion Beast (Single appearance)

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  • Londar (Single appearance)

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