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Appearing in Black Condor: "The Kite-Men"Edit

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  • The Kite-Men
  • The Master
  • Karlo Klug

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Synopsis for Black Condor: "The Kite-Men"Edit

The Black Condor versus Karlo Klug, who at the direction of "the Master," launches an Asian army of "human kites." Severe damage is inflicted on Washington DC. The Master is a midget. Most of the Human Kites are killed.

Appearing in Red Torpedo: "The Attack of the U7"Edit

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  • Red Torpedo (a one-man sub)

Synopsis for Red Torpedo: "The Attack of the U7"Edit

The U7 submarine uses a magnetic device to drags ships off-course, to be looted, until the Red Torpedo intervenes.

Appearing in Alias the Spider: "The Phony Haunted House"Edit

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  • Weasel Nolan

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    Appearing in Wizard Wells: "Dead Man's Prints"Edit

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  • Wizard Wells, the Miracle Man of Science

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  • Tug

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    Appearing in Madam Fatal: "The Second Madam Fatal"Edit

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    Appearing in The Clock: "The Skull Gang"Edit

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  • The Skull Gang

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Synopsis for The Clock: "The Skull Gang"Edit

The Clock invents a paralyzing gun, and Pug simultaneously invents a system for tracking radioactive prints using ultraviolet light. A Skull Gang burglar breaks into O'Brien's home; the Clock paralyzes him; they paint the soles of his shoes with invisible radioactive liquid, and let him "escape," then follow him to the gang's hideout, where after two fistfights the gang is subdued and turned over to the police. The pasty-white ghastly faces of the Skull Gang turn out to not be masks, but an effect from eating small doses of arsenic over a long period.

NotesEdit

  • In this issue's "The Clock" story, Pug Brady gets knocked unconscious with a blackjack, his first recorded cranial concussion.
  • Also appearing in this issue were:
    • Space Legion: (The Green Men of Hemades), by Vernon Henkel
    • Ned Brant: (No Title), by Bob Zuppke & B.W. DePew
    • Lee Preston of the Red Cross: (Adventure of the Blind Soldier), by Bob Powell
    • Jane Arden: (No Title), by Monte Barrett & Russel E. Ross


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