Green Lantern #76 has been reprinted many times, initially in two black and white paperback editions, which at the time was a unique format rarely used for comic books. These books were examined in detail in DIAL B for BLOG #58. Here's a DC house ad for the paperbacks:
Below is a promotional ad for the story's 1983 deluxe color reprint. The ad features Neal Adams' self-portrait (on the right), along with his visualization of series writer Denny O'Neil (left):
Adams' pencils for the cover of the 1983 deluxe GL/GA reprint volume:
The finished cover of the 1983 deluxe reprint, inked by Adams, and sporting a new, chrome-plated GL/GA cover logo.
GL 76's cover art was recolored on the cover of another reprint edition. Here's how the famous scene looks without the lantern's overwhelming green glow:
On cover of the Green Lantern/Green Arrow HARDCOVER reprint, the two heroes finally come to blows, again courtesy of Neal Adams:
Here's the house ad or the hardcover reprint of GL/GA #76:
This is what the hardcover's slipcases looked like:
Neal Adams did this new cover for a recent trade paperback reprint of the series:
Comic book nation lavished praise and awards on the series, singling out ADAMS, O'NEIL adn DICK GIORDANO (who inked many issues in the series) for ACBA Awards...