"Star Cycle!": Green Lantern is assigned to help the world of M'Brai, and must find out which of its three conflicting races to help, and which to oppose.


Quote1.png What bizarre evolutionary forces could have led to the development of three humanoid species so wildly different from each other, yet in such close proximity? Quote2.png
Hal Jordan

Green Lantern (Volume 2) #152 is an issue of the series Green Lantern (Volume 2) with a cover date of May, 1982.

Synopsis for "Star Cycle!"

Green Lantern is assigned to help the world of M'Brai, and must find out which of its three conflicting races to help, and which to oppose.

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  • Queln

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  • Cormm Air Rover
  • Queln flying saucer


Synopsis for "Paradise World!"

Jeryll, the female Green Lantern of Glirell, is taken to task by her planet's government for violating their peaceful way of life, and is warned that another use of her power will result in her banishment. Unfortunately, slavers from the world of Drel choose that moment to attack.

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  • Drelite Slaver Ship



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