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Appearing in Hercules: "In the Asylum"Edit

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Synopsis for Hercules: "In the Asylum"Edit

Hercules gets briefly committed to an insane asylum.

Appearing in Betty Bates: "Case of the Reluctant Robber"Edit

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  • Betty Bates

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  • gang of crooks

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  • Mr. Carey
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  • Dottie Carey

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    Appearing in Strange Twins: "Sapphire Eyes"Edit

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  • Strange Twins

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  • Sapphire Eyes
  • Japanese military

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    Appearing in Lion Boy: "The Coming of Togo"Edit

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  • Togo

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    Appearing in Bob and Swab: "The Fiend Called Fang"Edit

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  • Bob
  • Swab

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  • Fang

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    Appearing in The Red Bee: "Sabotage on the High Seas"Edit

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

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  • Von Storm
  • Hansen

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Synopsis for The Red Bee: "Sabotage on the High Seas"Edit

When American ammunition ships were raided and looted at the Panama Canal by U-boats, the Red Bee did his part to show that war was not necessary for the United States. It turned out that Mr. Hansen of Hansen's Munition Works, and his partner Von Storm, were behind the piracy. Hansen ended up arrested, Von Storm got away.

Appearing in Blaze Barton: "The President's Vacation"Edit

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    Appearing in "The Old Witch: The Phantom Coach"Edit

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  • The Old Witch

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    Appearing in G-5 Super Agent: "Sir Thornley, Spy"Edit

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  • Von Libbrop [Sir Thornley] (Death)

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  • Lord Charleton

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    Appearing in Neon the Unknown: "All Quiet at Gibraltar"Edit

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Synopsis for Neon the Unknown: "All Quiet at Gibraltar"Edit

Corbet returns to aid his friends in the French Foreign Legion and reveals his identity to his comrades, who had believed that he was dead. However, he keeps a very low profile (lest he be brought in for desertion), and defeats an Axis plot to tunnel from Morocco to Gibraltar.

Appearing in "Don Glory: In South America"Edit

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  • Don Glory

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  • June Brent

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  • Bundists

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  • Mr. Brent (June's father)

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NotesEdit

  • The Red Bee:
    • In this issue's Red Bee story, the hero gets head-konked unconscious with a big wrench. This is his (at least) 5th concussion.
    • Only if the U.S. government somehow considered Von Storm to be an independent agent, inexplicably in command of a squadron of U-boats, could there possibly be any case made that the German Government wasn't behind the acts of war committed by Hansen and Von Storm. If Rick Raleigh was able to sell that theory to the War Department, then he was indeed the greatest lawyer of his generation.


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