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Green Lantern: Fear Itself by Ron Marz

Green Lantern: Fear Itself

by Ron Marz

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Green Lanterns Alan Scott, Hal Jordan, and Kyle Rayner each face a foe that brings his greatest fears to life. Beginning in the 1940s, moving through the 1960s, and concluding in the 1990s, the story brings three generations of heroes to uncanny life. This innovative graphic novel is illustrated by computer-manipulated photography, giving the story a weight rarely seen in comics.

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Green Lantern: Fear Itself is the story of three generations of Green Lanterns who are forced to confront and overcome their greatest fears. Alan Scott, the Green Lantern of the 1940s, begins this epic tale, which then moves to Hal Jordan, the Green Lantern of the 1960s, and culminates with Kyle Rayner, the modern era's Green Lantern. Guest-stars include the Justice League of America (Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and co.), Justice Society of America, including the 1940s-era Flash, the and the Flash of the 1960s.

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