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The adventures of Larfleeze come to a close as the Orange Lantern defeats the House of Tuath-Dan, saves the planet of robots (who are mostly dead at this point) which he sees as his property, and makes a surprising discovery about his connection to G’Nort.

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Setting the stage fro next month’s series finale (sigh), Larfleeze finally catches up with Pulsar Stargrave and gets his butler back. In doing so the Orange Lantern walks right into a trap led by the House of Tuath-Dan who once again have underestimated the “orange monkey.” Oh, and then there’s that certain Green Lantern and the fact that the flighty (but insanely powerful) Sena the Wanderer is intent on marrying Larfleeze – whether he likes it or not. It ain’t easy being orange.

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After destroying the citadel of the Otherworldy Gods of the House of Tuath-Dan, Larfleeze‘s search for his missing butler continues as Dyrge has taken Pulsar Stargrave from Sena the Wanderer (whose advances to Larfleeze fall on deaf ears) in an attempt to lay a trap for the Orange Lantern. What Dirge and her siblings don’t count on, however, is the arrival of a second equally absurd ring slinger.

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After being sidelined for the last two issues by the resurrected Orange Lantern Corps, Larfleeze is finally able to break his bonds and turn the tables on his captors after his hallucinatory mother reminds him the rings of his enemies all came from him. After disarming his captors, including the horsey, Larfleeze sticks around to offer some payback and gloating, but rather than kill his the Corps he decides to abandon them on the lifeless planet where they spent the last several days torturing the Orange Lantern.

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As Larfleeze is enslaved by the Orange Lanterns his former butler attempts to flee from his new mistress, the powerful but flighty Wanderer, when she gets distracted with other matters. Although neither manages to extricate themselves from their situation, both provide some interesting nuggets along the way.

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As Pulsar Stargrave finds himself meeting another (equally troubling) relative of the flighty The WandererLarfleeze is forced to deal with the legion of Orange Lanterns brought back to life by his former butler’s new master. Larfleeze’s incredulity at the anger of the other Orange Lanterns (who he murdered and imprisoned in the Lantern for years) doesn’t help mollify some very ticked off ring-slingers.

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There’s both good and bad news for Pulsar Stargrave in the latest issue of Larfleeze. The good news is he is finally free of his service to his insane master Larfleeze who bit off a little more than he could chew when he attack Laord of the Hunt who has journeyed to this dimension after killing his way through his own. The bad news is Pulsar now finds himself in service of the genocidal hunter.

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