"Death By Fire And Ice!": Green Lantern tells the Guardians he will give up his power ring after solving the problem on Ungara, while on Earth a Qwardian searches for him and threatens his friends.
Green Lantern (Volume 2) #149 is an issue of the series Green Lantern (Volume 2) with a cover date of February, 1982.
Synopsis for "Death By Fire And Ice!"
Green Lantern tells the Guardians he will give up his power ring after solving the problem on Ungara, while on Earth a Qwardian searches for him and threatens his friends.
Appearing in "Death By Fire And Ice!"
- Carol Ferris
- Green Lantern Corps
- Guardians of the Universe
- Thomas Kalmaku
- Malo (Single appearance)
- Abin Sur (Mentioned only)
- Graxos IV (Mentioned only)
- Sector 2814
Synopsis for "Earth's First Green Lantern"
Daniel Young is the sheriff of Bailysville, Montana in 1873. Young is chasing local outlaws the Jackson Brothers one day when the spaceship of Green Lantern Corps member Abin Sur screams by over head. Startled by the sight, Petey Jackson is thrown from his horse, allowing Sheriff Young to apprehend him. While leading Jackson back to the town jail, Young finds Abin Sur's downed ship and investigates. Injured in an earlier battle, Abin Sur needs time to heal, and deputizes Young as his temporary replacement Green Lantern.
Young possesses the ring for only a brief time, long enough to protect local boy Willy Benson from the remaining Jackson Brothers, who intended to swap him for their jailed brother. Upon defeating and capturing the Jacksons, the ring leaves his finger, presumably returning to the now-recovered Abin Sur.
Appearing in "Earth's First Green Lantern"
- Daniel Young (First appearance)
- Abin Sur
- Willy Benson (Single appearance)
- The Jackson Brothers (Single appearance)
- Josiah Jackson (Single appearance)
- Tyler Jackson (Single appearance)
- Petey Jackson (Single appearance)
- Green Lantern Corps (Mentioned only)
- Although intended as "Earth's first Green Lantern" at the time of writing, Daniel Young's status would be subsequently superseded by multiple characters, including Jong Li and Waverly Sayre.