On-sale date from copyright registration. On-sale date of September 26 in ad in Star Spangled Comics #2 (November 1941).
First appearance of the trademarked Green Lantern logo used in many variations over the decades. Patent and Trademark Office trademark serial number 444,484. Filed for trademark protection for magazine publication by All-American Comics, Inc. of New York, New York on June 13, 1941. All-American claimed to Patent and Trademark Office that the logo had been in use since May 1, 1941 (from the Official Gazette of the United States Patent Office, Volume 529, Number 2, August 12, 1941).
G.L. uses his ring to blind a gangster unless he talks.
This features does NOT appear in the Golden Age Green Lantern Archives Volume 1 (1999). Writer credit added by Craig Delich.
Story takes place in Capitol City.
This filler does NOT appear in the Golden Age Green Lantern Archives Volume 1 (1999). Letterer credit added by Craig Delich.
Art credit revisions by Craig Delich. We formerly credited Martin Nodell.