Green Lantern / Green Arrow v2 #84, 1970 - A small town becomes a willing mob, thanks to a small plastic device circulated by a super-villain. Two of the bronze age's best artists team-up on their only full length story. Neal Adams' pencils are generally dominant and exceptionally drawn. Stylistically, Bernie Wrightson has a far different approach but his inks in this case are surprisingly complementary. The first half of the book is stronger aesthetically, particularly the opening splash and Green Lantern's close-up on page 6 (see interior page below). This is number 10 of 15 Green Lantern issues with Adams art and/or covers and number 2 of 2 Green Lantern issues with Wrightson art and/or covers. See today's posts or more Adams, Wrightson or Green Lantern issues. See also this blog's Adams checklist, Top 10 Adams comics, Wrightson checklist or Top 10 Wrightson comics. - - - - - - - - - - Adams cover pencils and inks = *** "Peril In Plastic" Adams story pencils / Wrightson inks 22 pages = **** - - - - - - - - - -
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