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Oblivion (DC)(02 - Green Lantern villain)
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Creates cosmic events

Green Lantern Kyle Rayner created Oblivion as a villain in his home-made comic books as a child. He was brought to life through Kyle's subconscious control over his power ring.

Oblivion is the main villain in the Green Lantern: Circle of Fire miniseries.

First Appearance: Green Lantern: Circle of Fire (2000) #1

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Issue Appearances:
Green Lantern (1990)
Green Lantern: Circle of Fire (2000)
Green Lantern: New Guardians (2011)
Green Lantern/Green Lantern (2000)
Green Lantern/Power Girl (2000)

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