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Appearing in Hercules: "A Dream of Riverboats"Edit

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  • Cottonmouth Smith

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    Appearing in the Red Bee: "Hammond's Milk Racket"Edit

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  • District Attorney Hawkes
  • Michael (the Red Bee's bee)

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  • D.J. Hammond
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Synopsis for the Red Bee: "Hammond's Milk Racket"Edit

D.J. Hammond, president of Dairyton Milk, has been wrecking milk trains and milk trucks, and blaming it on racketeers, planning all along to start selling fake milk as soon as all his competitors had been driven out of business. The Red Bee fights back, and his trained bee Michael leads a large swarm of bees to attack the gangsters. Hammond is exposed and arrested.

Appearing in Neon the Unknown: "Is This Sabotage?"Edit

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  • Dr. Enfield

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Synopsis for Neon the Unknown: "Is This Sabotage?"Edit

Neon returns to the United States amid a rash of kidnappings and sabotage perpetrated by the treacherous Dr. Marko, who works with Indians.

Appearing in G-5 Super Agent: "Assignment:Lisbon"Edit

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NotesEdit

  • Starting in this issue's Red Bee story, District Attorney Hawkes's hair is white; for the first 12 issues it was black (and for the first 7 issues his name was Tom Darrow). In all other respects he's still the same stuffy, pompous, bespectacled, mustachioed, middle-aged authority figure that he's always been.
  • Also appearing in this issue of Hit Comics were:
    • Betty Bates: "Guilty", by Al Bryant
    • Strange Twins: (The Revenge of Limehouse Lew), by Jerry Iger & Alex Blum
    • Bob and Swab: (The Foreign Recruiters), by Klaus Nordling
    • Lion Boy: (The Poisoners), by Henry Kiefer
    • Old Witch: (The Ghost of the Clipper Ship), by George Appel
    • Blaze Barton: (Mission to Uranex), by Maurice Gutwirth
      • This is the final appearance of Blaze Barton in Hit Comics.
    • Don Glory: (The Yellow Shirts), by Arthur Peddy


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