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|Real name:||Charlie Vicker|
|First Appearance:||Green Lantern (Vol 2) #55|
|Created by:|| John Broome|
Green Lantern Corps
Space Sector 2814
Space Sector 3319
Charlie Vicker was an actor who portrayed Green Lantern in a TV show on Earth. Charlie enjoyed his fame and happily threw himself into the life of a playboy television star. After one particularly grueling night of partying, Charlie was too hung over to show up on set so his brother Rodger had to go on as his stand in. Unfortunately for Roger, a group of various space criminals, led by former Earth criminal Al Magone, mistook the television Green Lantern for the real thing and attacked during a live broadcast. The criminals were ones previous imprisoned by the Green Lanterns on a special timeless criminal planet who had banded together and launched simultaneous attacks on Green Lanterns across the galaxy. By the time the real Green Lantern arrived the defenseless stand-in was dead and the criminal responsible was gone. Charlie was overcome with grief and blamed himself for his brothers death. He demanded that Hal Jordan bring him along in his hunt for the murderer responsible, so that Charlie could avenge his brother.
Green Lantern CorpsEdit
Eventually the two, along with the rest of the Green Lantern Corp tracked the criminals down and brought their terror to an end. During the battle, Green Lantern gave Vicker a power ring from one of the fallen Green Lanterns and appointed him a temporary Green Lantern. Vicker proved himself well enough that the Guardians granted him his own Power Ring. He was assigned to Sector 3319 where the strange alien inhabitants made Vicker uncomfortable and alone. Just when he considered resigning from the Green Lantern Corps, Vicker saved an alien child from death. The child's mother was extremely grateful to Vicker making him realize that their physical differences hid how similar the aliens were to mankind. Vicker would later use his skills as an actor to teach the natives of his sector the great plays of Earth. When an invasion force threatened his sector following the first destruction of the Central Power Battery, the now depowered Vicker raised and trained a resistance group that eventually repelled the invaders and ensured his adopted people's freedom. Vicker later joined John Stewart's Darkstars. He was killed during the battle with Grayven, third son of Darkseid.
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