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Legendary artist Jim Starlin guest-pencils a spacefaring issue of GREEN LANTERN! Kyle travels into deep space to answer a distress call, and finds its source: a floating city where robots do all the work. Corpulent overlords are disappearing, and it's at the hands of a foe that Kyle thinks may be in the right.

The story starts with our hero the whimsical Kyle Rayner blasting off to a far away planet filled with robots. Once there he is escorted to the "leader" of the place and reminisces about why the hell he's here. Turn out the pricks sent for him and demanded he come because it was his "job" as a gl to protect the universe. They even called him away from his work, you know art work! he is after all a struggling artist at this point. The leader is a "Mojo" looking alien who gives him orders like he's his lap dog. Kyle being the good guy he is goes along to hunt the would be killer of all the organic spineless a$$wipe aliens and runs into a spider creature. Kyle wraps it up and listens to things from his point of view.

The spinless schuck send in his robots to kill the creature after kyle decides against it. They tussle and kyle comes out the victor and since the spineless nit wit sent all his robots against kyle, they have no more robots left. Kyle then reveals that the spider alien was simply feeding her young and ment no ill will toward them. Spinless goes mad demanding their death. Kyle swoops them up to crry back to there planet and leav spinless to fend for himself on his barren robotless planet.







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