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Quote1 My work's done. So long, Tim. Good luck to you! Quote2
-- Doll Man

Appearing in The Doll Man: "Back From the Dead"Edit

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Synopsis for The Doll Man: "Back From the Dead"Edit

A monocle-wearing protection-racketeer named Gat Granet frames a poor sap named Tim Shean for murder. Tim is hanged for the crime, but the Doll Man rigs the execution by slipping Tim a pill, his newest invention, which induces rigor mortis, instantly, in a living person, and makes the heartbeat imperceptible. Dr. Roberts shows up to claim Tim's "body," and they whisk him back to the lab and revive him. Then the Doll Man goes after Granet's organization, then after Granet, punches him out and abducts him to an old waterfront building, at midnight, where he and about twenty recruited crime victims stage a very tense psychodrama of a mock trial. Granet is driven mad by a jury of hobos and the sight of a still-living Shean, and he confesses. Then the cops show up and take him away.

Appearing in Rance Keane: "Rance's New York Adventure"Edit

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    Appearing in Capt. Bruce Blackburn, Counterspy: "Spy Scent"Edit

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    Appearing in Samar: "Mona, Queen of the Apes"Edit

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    Appearing in Poison Ivy: "Join the Army"Edit

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    Appearing in Spin Shaw: "Navy Planes in Mass Flight to Philippines"Edit

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Synopsis for Spin Shaw: "Navy Planes in Mass Flight to Philippines"Edit

Captain Spin Shaw of the Naval Air Corps, flying a PBY Catalina and leading a squadron of same, stops the attempt of the secretly-evil Princess Lahaina and her cult, the Cherubus, to murder every white person on Luzon. Spin and his squadron bomb Lahaina's volcano HQ, and the thousands of attacking Cherubus just give up when they see that. Then Shaw flies in pursuit of Princess Lahaina's getaway speedboat, and captures her alive. At story's end the jury is still out, but the Governor of the Philippines is expecting a verdict of guilty.

Appearing in Lala Palooza: "The Well Dressed Man"Edit

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Reprints from the Lala Plaooza comic strip

Appearing in Captain Fortune: "The Lady Pirate"Edit

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    Appearing in The Voice: "The Solving of the World's Greatest Counterfeit Case"Edit

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Synopsis for The Voice: "The Solving of the World's Greatest Counterfeit Case"Edit

As an "invisible detective," Mr Elixir dba The Voice kept both the public and its criminals off his trail with a combination of misdirection, trick microphones, ventriloquism, stage magic, and hypnotism. In his second case, he was none too discreet about his double identity, indeed he brazenly took access to a bank speaker system to send an alert, as The Voice, one which led the secret crooks among the bank's management to make a critical mistake, which in turn exposed an in-house counterfeiting operation.
Mr. Elixir loses his strength if he gets too hungry, but he always carries some herbs, so to kidnap him and leave him in a deathtrap (say, tied to a chair in a basement with a dynamite stick thrown into it) you have to catch him at just the right moment, which the bad guys in this story have the good luck to do, but because they make the classic badguy blunder of failing to observe and verify their deathtrap's effectiveness, they lose anyway.

Appearing in Zero, Ghost Detective: "The Mystery of the Bloody Sword"Edit

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  • an unknown number of ghosts of plantation slaves

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Synopsis for Zero, Ghost Detective: "The Mystery of the Bloody Sword"Edit

Zero, Ghost Detective must protect a man and his niece, who are threatened by the murderously vengeful, intermittently invisible, and superhumanly strong ghosts of Negro slaves that were mistreated by the man's great-grandfather. One ghost dupes Zero into driving over a cliff; he and his two rescuees are flat-out lucky to survive. Zero burns the haunted mansion down and this seems to resolve the problem.

Appearing in Rusty Ryan: "The Reforming of Mr. Grudge"Edit

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    Appearing in Big Top: "The Great Shotzo"Edit

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Appearing in "Mickey Finn"Edit

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Reprints from the Mickey Finn comic strip

Appearing in Reynolds of the Mounted: "Murder In the Beaver Mine"Edit

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NotesEdit

  • Somewhere on Luzon, Spin Shaw's adversaries Princess Kahaina and her chiefs of the Cherubus have a hideout, in a cave, under a volcano. Geology on Earth-X is very different from what we're accustomed to on Earth-Prime.
  • Mr. Elixir now, in his 2nd episode, wears a monocle. Between him and Black X, this makes two Quality Comics mystery-man good guys who wear monocles.
  • Mr. Elixir likes to publicly lift a car over his own head, just to watch people gaping at him. It's not clear that he really cares about having a "secret identity."


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