- You might call me a ... er ... feudal lord. My serfs are the politicians of this whole eastern area. I'm really quite nice, if you play along with me!
- -- Feodor Grotoff
Appearing in Hercules: "Peril in the Park"Edit
- Carpis' gang
Synopsis for Hercules: "Peril in the Park"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
Appearing in the Red Bee: "Grotoff's Underground Underworld"Edit
- Mr. Hawkes, District Attorney
- Michael, the Red Bee's bee
- Feodor Grotoff
- Grotoff's gang
- Superior City
Synopsis for the Red Bee: "Grotoff's Underground Underworld"EditFrom his hidden base underneath the Chanler Building, Feodor Grotoff runs many of the rackets on the Eastern Seaboard, and controls a number of corrupt politicians. He lures Rick Raleigh's boss, D.A. Hawkes into a trap, and sends an impersonator to replace him. The Red Bee investigates, rescues Hawkes, beats up a large number of thugs, and takes down Grotoff.
Appearing in Neon the Unknown: "The Secret Pact"Edit
- Otto Shickler
Synopsis for Neon the Unknown: "The Secret Pact"Edit
Back in the Balkans, Neon prevents Shickler from invading the nation of Slovia and encourages its people to work towards establishing a democratic government.
- Otto Shickler was Neon's only recurring villain.
Appearing in G-5 Super Agent: "Assignment:Paris"Edit
Synopsis for G-5 Super Agent: "Assignment:Paris"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
- The Red Bee:
- Some time between issue #7 and this issue's story, Rick Raleigh's boss, District Attorney Tom Darrow has been replaced by District Attorney Hawkes. The D.A. has appeared, at least briefly, in every story, but was not addressed or mentioned by name, in issues #s 8 ~ 11. His appearance and personality have not changed at all.
- Geography problem: In Hit Comics #10, the villain (Shanghai Joe) operated a high-seas piracy racket, hijacking cargoes bound for China and selling them to Japan. It would make sense to base such a racket in a West Coast City, such as Superior City, Oregon. This issue's villain (Feodor Grotoff) claims to have dominion over all the politicians in the northeastern U.S. It would make less sense to center these operations on the West Coast, yet apparently he does so. Fortunately, he's out of business and under arrest by page 7 of this story.
- Also appearing in this issue of Hit Comics were:
- Betty Bates: (One Hamburger with Trouble), by Bob Powell & Al Bryant
- Strange Twins: (The Medical Supply Smugglers), by Jerry Iger & Alex Blum
- Lion Boy: "Lion Boy is in Love", by by Henry Kiefer
- Bob and Swab: (Baron Revals), by Klaus Nordling
- Blaze Barton: (Dark Side of the Moon), by Maurice Gutwirth
- Old Witch: (The Phantom Peacemakers), by George Appel
- Don Glory: (Sabotage at Acme Aircraft), by Al Bryant
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