Green Lantern v2 #76 - Neal Adams art & cover

Green Lantern Green Arrow #76 dc comic book cover art by Neal Adams
Neal Adams
Green Lantern / Green Arrow v2 #76, 1970: In what seemed radical at the time, two established superheroes delve into the social issues of the era. Writer Denny O' Neill and artist Neal Adams begin their historic run, bringing social relevance to comics. The provocative cover employs a monochromatic color palette, uncommon for the time but nicely reinforces the lead characters. Inside, Adams' artwork is exquisite, particularly in his renditions of ordinary people. Green Lantern's encounter with an elderly African-American man (page 6) is especially poignant and masterfully drawn. Not surprisingly, this issue won a bevy of industry awards and accolades. This story was later reprinted in Green Lantern Green Arrow #1. This is number 2 of 15 Green Lantern issues with Adams art and/or covers. 
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Adams cover pencils and inks = *****
"No Evil Shall Escape My Sight" Adams story pencils and inks 23 pages = *****

Neal Adams silver age 1970s dc comic book page art / Green Lantern Green Arrow #76
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