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""The Omega Men"": Kalista takes Green Lantern and Carol Ferris to a separate room and explains the origin of the Omega Men, who have been escaping from the Citadel, a fascist interplane

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Green Lantern

Green Lantern (Volume 2) #142 is an issue of the series Green Lantern (Volume 2) with a cover date of July, 1981. It was published on April 20, 1981.

Synopsis for "The Omega Men"

Kalista takes Green Lantern and Carol Ferris to a separate room and explains the origin of the Omega Men, who have been escaping from the Citadel, a fascist interplanetary empire, all this time. They got away thanks to the sacrifice of Lambien, a god-like member of the Omega Men. When their fuel ran out, they settled on Earth and built their city, waiting for the Citadel hunters to attack them.

Green Lantern joins the Omega Men in fighting the invading forces of the Citadel on Earth. At first, they manage to stand their ground against them inspite of being outnumbered, but they get captured eventually. Meanwhile, the presumed-dead Lambien is reborn and emerges from a containing chamber, calling himself Auron, God of Light.

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Synopsis for "The Crystal Peril!"

Adam Strange escapes his ice cage and saves Alanna. But when he once again refuses to unite with Alva Xar, the villain appears to turn Alanna into glass and shatter her, and sends Adam back to Earth with an Anti-Zeta-Beam.

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  • First appearance of Lamien as Auron.



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