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Quote1 Odd that you should have a stateroom adjacent to the arsenal! Let's say, for instance, if a man wanted to blow up this ship, where would he put the bomb? Quote2
-- Black X, to the heavily-sweating Jonathan Atcherson

Appearing in "Joe Palooka"Edit

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Appearing in "Jane Arden"Edit

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Appearing in "Lena Pry"Edit

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Appearing in "Big Top"Edit

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Appearing in Clip Chance at Cliffside: "The Bert Ball Encounter: Part 2"Edit

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    Appearing in "Off the Record"Edit

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Appearing in Gallant Knight: "Sir Borat's Plan: Part 2"Edit

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Reprints of the Gallant Knight feature from the British comic Wags

Appearing in Archie O'Toole: "Gil O. Teen Makes War"Edit

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    Appearing in The Bungle Family: "The Old Psychologist"Edit

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Appearing in The Clock: "The Murder of Mayor Willis"Edit

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  • Captain Kane

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  • Commissioner Litz

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Synopsis for The Clock: "The Murder of Mayor Willis"Edit

Mayor Willis gets murdered, so Police Commissioner Litz (who of course will turn out to be the culprit) leans on Captain Kane to make just any old arrest at all, and railroad whoever they have to, to appease the public. Kane instead recruits The Clock to investigate, and a few pages later P.C.Litz is busted.

Appearing in "Mickey Finn"Edit

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Appearing in Espionage Starring Black X: "Treachery on the Transatlantic Flight"Edit

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  • Major Gale

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  • Jonathan Atcherson, ex-SAA executive.

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  • Mixy Mulligan, NYPD

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Synopsis for Espionage Starring Black X: "Treachery on the Transatlantic Flight"Edit

Circa probably 1937-Oct, from New York Harbor, the Superior American Airways inaugurated a transatlantic airline service, and the debonair monocled cigarette-smoking Black X was aboard to foil any potential saboteurs, and of course there was one. Disgraced SAA ex-executive Jonathan Atcherson had assembled a bomb on board, and after a few complications and misdirections, Black X defused the bomb and let NYPD dimwit detective Mixy Mulligan get the credit for it, because spies can't get credit. The "Espionage" story ends with Mulligan's co-workers all comically sick and tired of hearing him brag about how he supposedly caught the airliner bomber.

Appearing in "Dixie Dugan"Edit

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Appearing in Reynolds of the Mounted: "The Terror"Edit

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    Appearing in "Ned Brant"Edit

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Appearing in Slim and Tubby: "Episode 14"Edit

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Appearing in "Lala Palooza"Edit

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  • "Espionage Starring Black X" stories tend to cover (in just 4 to 7 pages) "several weeks" or up to "three months" at a time, so the estimated date of this story is necessarily much earlier than the issue's cover date.
  • Only one fight takes place in The Clock's 5-page story, and it's in a COMPLETELY darkened room, so it's just four completely blacked-out panels long. That's half a page.


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