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Appearing in "The Origin of Blue Beetle"Edit

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  • Chick Alonzo (First appearance)

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  • Michael Garret (Only appearance; dies)[1]
  • Mrs. Garret (Only appearance; dies)[1]

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Synopsis for "The Origin of Blue Beetle"Edit

A pharmacist named Doctor Franz provides rookie police officer Dan Garret with a special vitamin and bulletproof costume so that he can fight crime as the Blue Beetle.

Appearing in "The Coming of the Blue Beetle"Edit

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  • Mike Mannigan (First appearance)
  • Abe (Friend of Dan Garret) (Single appearance)[1]

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  • The White Face Gang
  • John Brandes

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  • Mr. Vander (Banker)
  • Ms. Vander (Banker's daughter)

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  • Wireless Telephone

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  • Beetle's High-Powered Car
  • White Face Gang's car

Synopsis for "The Coming of the Blue Beetle"Edit

Story originally printed in Mystery Men Comics #1.

Appearing in "The Armored Truck Robbery"Edit

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  • Bank Thievs
  • Unnamed Leader (Single appearance)[1]
  • Jake (Single appearance)[1]
  • Blackie (Single appearance)[1]

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  • Newspaper boy (Single appearance)[1]

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Synopsis for "The Armored Truck Robbery"Edit

Story originally printed in Mystery Men Comics #2.

Appearing in "The Loan Shark Racket"Edit

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  • Various Thugs and Loan Sharks.

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Synopsis for "The Loan Shark Racket"Edit

Story originally printed in Mystery Men Comics #3.

Appearing in "Protection Insurance for Newsboys"Edit

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  • Bull Blackart (Single appearance)[1]

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Synopsis for "Protection Insurance for Newsboys"Edit

Story originally printed in Mystery Men Comics #4.

Appearing in "A Trap for the Blue Beetle"Edit

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  • Desperados (Single appearance)[1]

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Synopsis for "A Trap for the Blue Beetle"Edit

Story originally printed in Mystery Men Comics #5.

Appearing in "Death Rides on Horseback"Edit

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Synopsis for "Death Rides on Horseback"Edit

  • Synopsis not yet written.

    Appearing in "The Old Hex House"Edit

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  • Yarko the Great, Master Magician

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Synopsis for "The Old Hex House"Edit

Story originally printed in Wonderworld Comics #2.

Appearing in "Death and the Devil"Edit

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  • Yarko the Great, Master Magician

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Synopsis for "Death and the Devil"Edit

Story originally printed in Wonderworld Comics #3.

Appearing in "The Judge's Wife and the Smugglers"Edit

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  • Yarko the Great, Master Magician

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Synopsis for "The Judge's Wife and the Smugglers"Edit

Story originally printed in Wonderworld Comics #4.

Appearing in "Vladim the Voodoo Master"Edit

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  • Yarko the Great, Master Magician

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Synopsis for "Vladim the Voodoo Master"Edit

Story originally printed in Wonderworld Comics #5.

NotesEdit

  • Yarko the Great, Master Magician was the creation of Will Eisner and was not absorbed into the greater DC stable of characters.


TriviaEdit

  • The Blue Beetle's name and concept was largely inspired by the Green Hornet, a popular "Mystery Man" created by George W. Trendle in the 1930s.
  • In these early issues, Dan Garrett's name is spelled "Garret" while later issues add the second T. Daniel Garrett is also provided with a rebooted origin, changing him from being a rookie police officer to an archaeologist.

See Also



  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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