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    Quote Originally Posted by WallyWestFlash View Post
    Alan had a very complicated love life. Married two super villainess's. Guess he liked the bad girls.

    Molly (the Harlequin) wasn't really a super-villainess. She was more of a mischief maker who would commit crimes to get Green Lantern's attention, and even worked the FBI at one point.


    from Who's Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe Vol. X (December 1985)

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    Golden Age Comic Book ad for Alan Scott-Green Lantern.
    Have no idea when this ad appeared and in what DC comics of the era.

    GLadAlanScott.jpg

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    Here is a cool Alan related article stressing Alan's primacy in the DCU
    https://screenrant.com/dc-superman-g...omic-hero/amp/

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    Quote Originally Posted by signalman112 View Post
    Golden Age Comic Book ad for Alan Scott-Green Lantern.
    Have no idea when this ad appeared and in what DC comics of the era.

    GLadAlanScott.jpg
    That had to be somewhere around 1947. The ad makes no mention of All-American Comics, which GL headlined until it converted to Westerns in 1946. Comic Cavalcade went all funny animal in 1948.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrNewGod View Post
    That had to be somewhere around 1947. The ad makes no mention of All-American Comics, which GL headlined until it converted to Westerns in 1946. Comic Cavalcade went all funny animal in 1948.
    Actually, Green Lantern still was the cover feature for All-American Comics as late as issue #98, cover-dated June 1948.


    With issue #99 (July 1948), he shared the cover with "Streak the Wonder Dog".


    And Green Lantern continued as a feature in that book up to issue #102, cover-dated October 1948.


    Starting with issue #103 (November 1948), the book's title changed to All-American Western, and then changed again to All-American Men of War with issue #127 (cover-dated August-September 1952), though after issue #128 the series numbers start again with issue #2 (December 1952-January 1953).

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    Cover to All-American Comics #21.

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    In honor of Memorial Day 2019 today here in the U.S., a couple of covers:


    Green Lantern #4 (Summer 1942)


    Green Lantern #5 (Fall 1942)

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    alan vs guy




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    From the 1993 Skybox DC Cosmic Teams card set:

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