Quote1.png I don't think I need to testify. Here's the evidence! Have these pix developed and send them to The Daily Globe with the Fox's compliments! Quote2.png
-- The Fox

Appearing in "The Seance Sinister"Edit

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  • Paul Ventresco
  • Rialb
  • Mrs. Wilson (a ghost)
  • Mr. Clark (ghost of Mayor Clark's brother)

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Synopsis for "The Seance Sinister"Edit

A seance goes horribly wrong, as a spirit comes forth from a secret void and kills one of the participants. The other two of the party, dispose of the body, hiding any evidence of foul play. Soon enough, the headlines read that wealthy men and society girls are vanishing without a trace. The mayor is outraged by all this, and Mr. Justice investigates by confronting the supernatural world.

Appearing in "Rang-A-Tang"Edit

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Rang-A-Tang

Appearing in "The Gildersock Murder"Edit

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  • Saul Rofeeld

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Synopsis for "The Gildersock Murder"Edit

Paul Patton is on assignment to take photos of a famous emerald collection. As he heads to his destination, a car with thugs follows him. They cause him to crash and take his camera and press pass. He races home and suits up as the Fox. When he enters the building where the jewels are, he takes his assigned photos, but soon a man pops out behind a curtain and tries to shoot him. The Fox is grazed by the bullet and the hidden intruder is able to grab the jewels and escape. The Fox visits another building, the jewelery owner's nephew. The Fox confesses he saw the guy who shot at him earlier, and the nephew panics and pulls a gun. A brief altercation ensues, and the nephew is knocked out. The Fox has wrapped this one up quickly, and the papers report on the solved case.

Appearing in "Steve Stacey"Edit

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  • Steve Stacey

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Steve Stacey

Appearing in "Corporal Collins"Edit

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Corporal James Collins

Appearing in "Ty-Gor"Edit

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  • Ty-Gor

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Ty-Gor

Appearing in "Doc Strong"Edit

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  • Doc Strong

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Doc Strong

Appearing in "Loop Logan: Air Ace"Edit

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  • Loop Logan: Air Ace

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Loop Logan: Air Ace

Appearing in "Green Falcon"Edit

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  • Green Falcon

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  • Maid Marion

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  • Prince John

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Green Falcon

NotesEdit

  • In the Mr. Justice story, the villain "Rialb" is named for writer Joe Blair — his last name spelled backwards.


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