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Green Arrow (1988) - #125
"The Fiery Furnace"
DC Comics


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  Writer(s):
Charles 'Chuck' Dixon

Penciller(s):
Doug 'Dougie' Braithwaite
William 'Will' Rosado

Inker(s):
Robert Campanella
Robin Riggs

Colorist(s):
Allen Jamison - 'Jamison/Jamison Services'
Lee Loughridge

Letterer(s):
John Costanza

Editor(s):
Michael 'Mike' Carlin
Jenette Kahn
Darren J. Vincenzo

Cover Artist(s):
Robert Campanella
Rodolfo Damaggio
 

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Cover Date: October 1997
Cover Price: US $ 3.50

Issue Tagline: Extra-Sized Special Issue!

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue

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Hate Crimes

Letters Column: Sherwood Forum

Synopsis:
Nicholas Kotero escapes from prison. He captures a few families and holds them underground.
In New York, armed sky bandits attack, saying immigrants take jobs from real Americans. Connor Hawke and Green Lantern Kyle Rayner confront them.
The bandits flee and call Milo Armitage, Moonday Hawke's husband. They thank him for the weapons he sold them. Armitage believes that "mismanaged minorities" are a huge problem in America.
An anti-immigrant rally escalates into a riot, and Kyle and Connor are caught in the middle.

Reprinted/Collected in:
Green Lantern (1990) TPB

Notes:
Green Arrow (02) and Green Lantern (02) appear only in flashbacks.

Continues in Green Lantern (1990) #92.

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