"The World of Perilous Traps!": Believeing he is losing control over his power ring when everybody at the Ferris Aircraft Company is frozen still, Green Lantern throws off his power ring. Suddenly Sinestro appears and takes the ring and transports the powerless [[Green Lan
Appearing in "The World of Perilous Traps!"
- Dusty (Single appearance)
- Frank (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "The World of Perilous Traps!"
Believeing he is losing control over his power ring when everybody at the Ferris Aircraft Company is frozen still, Green Lantern throws off his power ring. Suddenly Sinestro appears and takes the ring and transports the powerless Green Lantern to Qward. He explains that he got out his last imprisonment by using hypnosis to make Hal believe that Sinestro was trapped, he had since returned to Qward to continue his attempt at being voted the most evil person on Qward.
With his plot revealed, Green Lantern suddenly has a power ring appear, and explains that he believed Sinestro was up to something and the ring he had thrown down was a duplicate ring and that the real one was hiding around the whole time. After a brief battle, Hal uses his power ring to shrink Sinestro in size and seal him in a cube. Returning to Earth he restores everyone to normal and tells Pieface about his adventure.
Appearing in "Green Lantern VS. Power Ring!"
- Bill Baggett (First appearance)
Synopsis for "Green Lantern VS. Power Ring!"
After reading about a series of atomic tests in the news, Hal realizes that he barely knows anything about his ring and decides to run a few experiments on it at an old, empty plot of land. Traveling out to the site, Hal and Pieface go out to test the range that Hal's will power can effect his power ring, learning that Hal can only control the rings up to 100 yards and experimenting further into a cave system. However, after venturing too far, Hal doesn't notice a disgruntled wandering hobo, Bill Baggett, who finds the power ring and uses it to attack Coast City.
Realizing what has happened, Hal tracks down Baggett into a devastated street and faces him with nothing but a yellow billboard, hoping that his will power is stronger than Baggett. His will-power succeeding, Hal manages to will his power ring to create a fist that knocks out Baggett. After turning Baggett over to the police, Hal restores the city with his power ring and returns home to put all his experiments on paper. After calculating it all through, Hal ascertains that, along with his 100 yards limitation, the degree of control decreases as the distance increases.
- This issue is reprinted in The Green Lantern Archives Vol. 3, Showcase Presents: Green Lantern Vol. 2 and The Green Lantern Chronicles Vol. 4.
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