What if The Fantastic 4 came out in the 80's ?
Hal Jordan transforms himself into the Green Lantern with his Powered Ring that helps him penetrate to create green objects to fight off his arch-enemy Sinestro. Sinestro teams up with a group of Zamorans which possess Hal's girlfriend to become the "Star Sapphire" in a battle between Man and Woman. Green Lantern must stop her before its too late.
Shuuji and Chise are two high school students, just starting a relationship with each other, who witness a squadron of bombers from an unknown country destroy the city of Sapporo. Suddenly, the bombers are destroyed by a small red light floating across the sky. Soon, Shuuji finds out that the red light is Chise, and that she's a cyborg engineered for mass-destruction.
In Star City a billionair Oliver Queen of the Queen Industries, practices his bow and arrow targets to be a crime fighting superhero to tackle down his enemeis. He becomes "The Archer" as GREEN ARROW.
The Story of Argo City begins before the destruction of Planet Krypton before Superman was born and there lives the citizens of Argo City which was fled off into space for years til then we see a young woman named Kara who is the cousin to Kal-El and her father Zor-El is the Uncle to Kal-El living in the isloated island which is a piece of Krypton's core. Zor-El is the Scientist and Army Chief of Argo City leading the argonian citizens.
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