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Appearing in Hercules: "The Seaside Saboteurs"Edit

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    Appearing in The Red Bee: "Armored Cars of Crime"Edit

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  • Tom Darrow, District Attorney
  • Michael, the Red Bee's bee

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  • Boldoni
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Synopsis for The Red Bee: "Armored Cars of Crime"Edit

A gang of crooks is outfitting armored cars for use in crimes until the Red Bee puts them out of business.

Appearing in Neon the Unknown: "Damus the Wizard"Edit

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  • Shickler
  • Damus

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  • South America

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Synopsis for Neon the Unknown: "Damus the Wizard"Edit

A European dictator is discovered by Neon in South America, where he works with an ancient wizard named Damus. Damus conjures up evil demons and a dragon, but when Shickler turns his wrath upon the old man, Neon convinces Damus to defect.

Appearing in G-5 Super Agent: "The Graveyard Spies"Edit

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NotesEdit

Also appearing in this issue of Hit Comics were:

  • Betty Bates: (Murder in the Machine Factory), by Bob Powell & Al Bryant
  • Strange Twins: (The Case of London Joe), by Jerry Iger & Alex Blum
  • Bob and Swab: (Visitor's Day), by Klaus Nordling
  • Lion Boy: (The Missionary's Niece), by Henry Kiefer
  • Old Witch: (A War of Roses), by George Appel
  • Blaze Barton: (The Oxygen Thieves), by Maurice Gutwirth
  • Don Glory: (The Morale Murderers), by Nick Cardy


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