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Green Lantern (1990) - #55
"Assault & Battery"
DC Comics

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Ron Marz

Derec Aucoin
Darryl Banks
Craig T. Hamilton

Craig T. Hamilton
Ray Snyder
Romeo Tanghal

Steve Mattsson

Albert Tobias De Guzman

Eddie Berganza
Kevin Dooley

Cover Artist(s):
Darryl Banks
Romeo Tanghal

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Cover Date: September 1994
Cover Price: US $ 1.50

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages

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Zero Hour

Major Force pulls out the green disk he has acquired and asks Kyle what it is for. When Kyle touches the stone, it becomes a lantern. His ring is recharged.

He clobbers Major Force until the police order him to cease.

Later, Alan Scott visits him and tells him the story of the Green Lantern Corps and the importance of its legacy. Kyle decides to continue to fight as Green Lantern for Alex DeWitt.

Superman and Metron ask Kyle to join them in a battle to save time.

Reprinted/Collected in:
Green Lantern (1990) TPB
Green Lantern (1990) TPB

This issue is a tie-in to the "Zero Hour" event.

This issue features the first meeting of Kyle Rayner and Alan Scott.

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Green Lantern Corps (DC)
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