- A blast of lightning sends Plastic Man back to Police Comics, and calls forth ... ... KID ETERNITY, the world's most remarkable boy!
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Appearing in "Kid Eternity battles Merlin the wizard for the magic sword Excalibur!"Edit
- Plastic Man
- spirit of Thurston the Magician
- spirit of Young Griffo
- spirit of King Arthur
- The Lady of the Lake
Synopsis for "Kid Eternity battles Merlin the wizard for the magic sword Excalibur!"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
Appearing in Stormy Foster: "The Wolfton Murders"Edit
- Ah Choo
- Doc Vaughan
- Wolfton family's butler
- Dr. Jorder
- Tom Wolfton
- Jim Wolfton
- Jim Wolfton's father, offstage (Death)
Synopsis for Stormy Foster: "The Wolfton Murders"Edit
The wealthy Wolfton family is dying off very rapidly. Stormy Foster and Ah Choo deliver an oxygen tank to their mansion, and become suspicious. The butler turns out to be in on the murder plot, the doctor looks likely to be in on it and then turns out to not be, and Jim Wolfton's twin brother Tom turns out to be behind it.
- The Great Defender gets head-konked unconscious with a pistol butt. This is his > 7th concussion.
- The Great Defender's fake mustache is missing. Ah Choo still doesn't recognize him.
This issue of Hit Comics also featured:
- Bob and Swab: (The Tomato Fight), by Klaus Nordling
- Her Highness: (The Gambling Racket), by Alex Kotzky
- Betty Bates: "The Case of the Weekend Murders", by Al Bryant
- Bill the Magnificent: (The Thugees), by Marvin Stein
- No trivia.
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