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"Once Upon a Time...": A long time after Earth's demise, the legends of its heroes live on throughout the universe. So is the notable case for Guy Gardner, who has a Warrior-themed museum to commemorate him. Attendees can experience Guy Gardner's memories through the

Guy Gardner: Warrior Annual #2 is an issue of the series Guy Gardner: Warrior Annual (Volume 1) with a cover date of July, 1996.

Synopsis for "Once Upon a Time..."

A long time after Earth's demise, the legends of its heroes live on throughout the universe. So is the notable case for Guy Gardner, who has a Warrior-themed museum to commemorate him. Attendees can experience Guy Gardner's memories through the Cybertronic Inducer, reliving his history, although a very exaggerated version of it.

Appearing in "Once Upon a Time..."

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  • Earth (Hologram)
  • Warrior's Museum Asteroid

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Synopsis for "Hypersensistive: A Changer for all reasons"

Garland Marsh, a woman working for the Postal Guild, helps some people escape from a swamp full of shape-shifting monsters, and they un turn receive the last-minute help from Stonewall Fencer, a shape-shifter hunter who presumes to be a descendant of the great Guy Gardner.

Appearing in "Hypersensistive: A Changer for all reasons"

Featured Characters:

  • Garland Marsh

Supporting Characters:

  • Stonewall Fencer

Antagonists:

  • Changer

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Locations:

  • Earth
  • Gardnergrad

Synopsis for "See My Finger. See My Thumb. See My Fist? You Better Run!"

Centuries in the future, on the planet Arkayo, a group of kids plays with Cyber-Reality Inducer when a squad of robots comes storming into their house. When one of the boys touches the device, it transfers Guy Gardner's mind from the past into the body of the future kid. Trapped in that childish form, Guy still can use his Vuldarian powers to attack the robots and retrieve the Inducer. Guy explains the situation to the kids and activates the device again to restore his and Gunner's minds. Right before returning to his time, Guy discovers that the kid's name is Gunner Gardner. The robots retreat after being defeated by the youngsters, before they call the atention of the adults.

Guy returns to the present and notices that the kids looked like younger versions of Buck, Arisia, and Tiger Man.

Appearing in "See My Finger. See My Thumb. See My Fist? You Better Run!"

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  • Unnamed Alien Race

Other Characters:

  • Gunner Gardner
  • Risa
  • Bucky

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Items:

  • Cyber-Reality Inducer

Synopsis for "Dateless in a One Gender Town"

The Gardner Sisters, a trio of biker women of the planet Prozack, seek Lizzie Jordan's whereabouts, a woman known for murder and robberies, most notably a heirloom she stole from the Gardners.

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Appearing in "Dateless in a One Gender Town"

Featured Characters:

  • Gardner's Gals
    • Manzo
    • Crocker
    • Buxton

Other Characters:

  • Guy Gardner (Cameo)
  • Zee-Blaa (Cameo)
  • Lizzie Jordan (Mentioned only)

Locations:

  • Prozac
    • Steinheim
      • Busted Lantern Saloon
  • Warrior's Museum Asteroid

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Vehicles:

  • Motorcycles



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Legends of the Dead Earth
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Quote1.png Earth is dead. Those who once might have called it home are long scattered to the endless stars. But in that scattering, on a thousand different worlds, by a thousand different ways... Earth's greatest legends live on. Quote2.png

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