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Appearing in Superman: "Carnahan’s Heir"Edit

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Supporting Characters:

Adversaries:

  • Jake Brent (Only appearance; dies)[1]
  • Benny Farrel and his gang (Single appearance)[1]

Other Characters:

  • Rufus Carnahan (Only appearance; dies)[1]
  • Jenkins (Carnahan's Butler) (Single appearance)[1]
  • Peter Carnahan (Single appearance)[1]
  • Judge Denton (Single appearance)[1]

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Synopsis for Superman: "Carnahan’s Heir"Edit

Clark Kent investigates a newspaper ad asking for Superman’s assistance from wealthy industrialist, Rufus Carnahan. Carnahan explains that he is dying and wants Superman to turn his son around because the boy has a gambling problem. Superman agrees to help and learns that Peter is in debt to loan shark, Jake Brent. Carnahan dies and leaves his money to Peter provided the boy does not gamble. Brent threatens to expose Peter’s vice if he does not pay him off. Brent is then shot, Peter is seen with a discharged gun, and he flees. Superman tracks him down, and the police arrest him.

Although he claims his innocence, Peter is sent to trial and convicted. Superman, meanwhile, has gathered evidence that Brent’s rival Benny Farrel was the murderer. The Man of Steel prevents Peter’s execution and forces a confession from Farrel. Peter does not receive his inheritance, but it is used to help under-privileged boys.

Appearing in Pep Morgan: "Spring Training"Edit

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Joe Donlin (Single appearance)[1]
  • Fog Wallace (Single appearance)[1]

Adversaries:

  • Hank Hodges(Single appearance)[1]
  • "Bullyboy" Jones (Single appearance)[1]

Other Characters:

  • Jim Shaw (Single appearance)[1]

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Vehicles:

  • None

Synopsis for Pep Morgan: "Spring Training"Edit

While playing as a backup pitcher for a major league baseball team, Pep stumbles across an attempt to kill "Fog" Wallace, the team's number one right-hand pitcher. As he investigates deeper, Pep finds out that an old rival of Jim Shaw, the team's coach, wanted to ruin his career. Whether it be through sabotaging the team's chances at the pennant, or Shaw's own death. Pep, with the help of his teammate Joe Donlin, makes tracks to stop the wicked plot.

Appearing in Black Pirate: "Escape from the Island"Edit

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Supporting Characters:

  • None

Adversaries:

  • Captain Ruff

Other Characters:

  • None

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Vehicles:

  • Captain Ruff's ship

Synopsis for Black Pirate: "Escape from the Island"Edit

Continued from last issue...
In his exploration of the island, Jon Valor discovers the cave where Captain Ruff had hidden more of his treasure. He moves it to a new location so that it wouldn't be found. When Ruff's ship returns to the island, Valor climbs aboard while the captain is away. He announces to the remaining crew that he is their new captain.
Meanwhile, Captain Ruff discovers his treasure is missing. He growls that the Black Pirate was still alive, and orders his men back to the ship...

Appearing in Three Aces: "The Stolen Gold"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Three Aces
    • Gunner Bill
    • Fog Fortune
    • Whistler Will

Supporting Characters:

  • None

Adversaries:

  • Judge Doakes (Single appearance)[1]
  • Sheriff Green (Single appearance)[1]

Other Characters:

  • None

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Vehicles:

  • The Aces' Planes

Synopsis for Three Aces: "The Stolen Gold"Edit

The Aces land their planes in a sleepy Arizona town, where they are soon arrested on charges of bank robbery! Obviously being framed, Gunner Bill escapes incarceration to find proof of their innocence.

Appearing in Tex Thomson: "The Invisible Steam"Edit

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Adversaries:

  • Unnamed Doctor (Only appearance; dies)[1]

Other Characters:

  • Dick Angello (Single appearance)[1]
  • Inspector Burke (Single appearance)[1]

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Synopsis for Tex Thomson: "The Invisible Steam"Edit

Tex and friends head to Africa, investigating the rumors of a device that can cause invisibility. As it goes with their luck, the trio are set upon by natives who take them to the lab of a mad doctor.

Appearing in Clip Carson: "Revolution in Verdania (Part 2)"Edit

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Supporting Characters:

  • None

Adversaries:

  • Revolutionists
    • Calero (First appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Lt. Diaz
  • President Valdez (First appearance)

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  • None

Vehicles:

  • Plane
  • Tank

Synopsis for Clip Carson: "Revolution in Verdania (Part 2)"Edit

When Clip, and his friend Lieutenant Diaz, are captured by the rebels of South America, they find they share a cell with the president of the Republic of Verdanna. Together, the three men get the better of their captors and steal a plane, flying back to President Valdez's home. Clip starts to form a plan to stop the rebels once and for all...

Appearing in Zatara: "The Magician Murder"Edit

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Supporting Characters:

  • None

Adversaries:

  • Chalo (Single appearance)[1]
  • Arko (Single appearance)[1]

Other Characters:

  • Etta Nolan (Single appearance)[1]
  • Lotus Blossom (Single appearance)[1]
  • John Dokar (Single appearance)[1]

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Synopsis for Zatara: "The Magician Murder"Edit

Zatara receives a guest in his home, Miss Etta Nolan, who seeks his help protecting her from Chalo, a magician who uses black magic.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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