Harlequin (01 - Molly Mayne-Scott)
Real Name: Molly Mayne-Scott
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While under the effect of her "deal with the devil", she had the power to make nightmares real.
Having a lot in common with Selina Kyle, Molly Mayne was a "bad" girl attracted to a super hero. In order to win the attention of Alan Scott, she committed a series of fairly innocuous crimes, and, having gotten him to look in her direction, would occasionally join him on the right side of the law. The original Green Lantern, though, never returned her affections, and she eventually cut a deal with the government for amnesty and gave up her life of (petty) crime. In return, she spent the latter part of World War II running spy missions for the US government.
The Green Lantern, meanwhile, married Rose (aka Thorn). When she died, he realized that he was, indeed, in love with Mayne. They soon got married and were quite happy together. As time passed, though, a side effect of the Starheart (the source of the original Green Lantern's power) became apparent: he aged at a substantially slower rate than she did. Eventually, the discrepancy in their ages threatened the stability of their relationship, so she literally made a deal with the devil. At the cost of her soul, she was de-aged.
When Scott became aware of the peril he went to Hell and rescued her soul. When it was re-integrated with her body, she returned to her rightful physical age. Luckily for the couple, Scott was, through different means, returned to his true age.
The couple returned to a stable relationship, and remain married today.
First Appearance: All-American Comics (1939) #89
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All Star Comics Archives (1991)
HC vol. 09 All-American Comics (1939)
- 'All Star Comics Archives * Volume 9'
All-Star Comics (1940)
#41 All-Star Squadron (1981)
- 'The Case Of The Patriotic Crimes!'
#53 Amazing World of DC Comics (1974)
- 'Worlds In Turmoil'
America vs. the Justice Society (1985)
#1 Crisis on Infinite Earths (1985)
- 'I Accuse'#3
- 'Hostile Witness'
#5 Golden Age Secret Files (2001)
- 'Worlds In Limbo'#9
- 'War Zone'#10#11
- 'Final Crisis'
Green Lantern (1941)
Green Lantern (1990)
#71 Green Lantern 80-Page Giant (1998)
- 'Hero Quest 1: Gotham'
#1 Green Lantern Corps Quarterly (1992)
- 'A Celebration of the Heroic Legacy'
History of the DC Universe (1986)
Infinity Inc. (1984)
Annual 01 Justice League of America (1960)
- 'Green Dreams & Precious Illusions'#9
- 'Generations Part 9: How Green Was My Victory!'#12
- 'Press Conference!'#18
- 'Helix Goes to Hollywood!* *(More or Less)'#21
- 'Shadows At Midnight!'#22
- 'Uncivil Wars!'#24
- 'Back From The Future!'#25
- 'Business As Usual...'#26
- 'Come Helix and High Water!'#30
- 'What Private Griefs...'#46
- 'Out Back and Back in Beverly Hills'#51
- 'A Death in the Family'
#113 Secret Origins (1986)
- 'The Creature in the Velvet Cage!'
#22 The DC Comics Encyclopedia (2004)
- 'Starring The Manhunters'
HC The Golden Age (1993)
- 'The DC Comics Encyclopedia: Updated And Expanded'HC
- 'The DC Comics Encyclopedia'
The Superman Family (1974)
Underworld Unleashed: Abyss- Hell's Sentinel (1995)
Who's Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe (1985)
- 'Gunner & Sarge to Hyena'#11
- 'Icicle to Jonni Thunder'
Injustice Society of the World
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