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Green Lantern (1990)
"Hero Quest 2: Fawcett"
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Kyle Rayner encounters Captain Marvel in Fawcett City.
At an Egyptian art exhibit, a museum curator shatters an urn and inhales the ancient dust within. He becomes the Seti, the priest of Ramses III freed from Hell.
Captain Marvel suggests talking, but Kyle demands action. When Kyle makes matters worse, Marvel talks directly to the curator and points out the damage done to the museum. Seti is vanquished.
Marvel tells Kyle that fighting should be avoided at all costs.
Elsewhere, John Stewart learns that someone is killing Darkstars across the cosmos.
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"Hero Quest," Part 2 of 3
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