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Appearing in "The Gavonian Affair: Part 13"Edit

Featured Characters:

Other Characters:

  • Count de Wex
  • Princess Yonda

Adversaries:

  • Resbian Premier

Synopsis for "The Gavonian Affair: Part 13"Edit

The supposed Sandra produces the Royal Locket of Authority, proving that she is the real Princess Yonda. She and Count de Wex make plans to locate and rescue the real Sandra. A courier arrives, informing them that Sandra is being held in a deserted castle at Ormand. With a platoon of guards at their backs, Yonda and de Wex race to Sandra's rescue. They surprise and overcome Sandra's captors, but, to de Wex's shock, it is Yonda being held captive, and the real Sandra was his companion all along! Back at the palace, Yonda asks Sandra for one more service: prevent spies from the neighboring kingdom of Resbia from learning of Gavonia's fortifications. Sandra disguises herself and, armed with a fake passport, goes to Resbia. She gains a meeting with the premier, and offers to sell him information on Gavonia's defenses.

Appearing in "Prince of Patrania: Part 13"Edit

Featured Characters:

Other Characters:

  • Pincus
  • Sailor
  • Cook

Synopsis for "Prince of Patrania: Part 13"Edit

The cook runs screaming, thinking that Pincus is a ghost. Knowing that he will soon be discovered, Pincus hides until he can meet with the sailor who first helped him. The sailor suggests that he, Pincus, and Spike escape in a lifeboat while the rest of the crew is asleep. Late that night, the three sneak across the deck to the lifeboats...

Appearing in "Island Adventure: Part 4"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Woozy Watts

Synopsis for "Island Adventure: Part 4"Edit

Woozy finds out that the other people on the island speak English, and is captured by one of them.

Appearing in "Damsel In Distress: Part 10"Edit

Featured Characters:

Adversaries:

  • Pancho Villa

Other Characters:

  • Dolores
  • Don Miguel

Synopsis for "Damsel In Distress: Part 10"Edit

With Jack being dragged behind a runaway horse, Don Miguel directs Dolores to get the family's rifle. There is only a single cartridge with it. Aiming carefully, Dolores shoots the horse, killing it. Furious, Villa tells her that she herself will shoot Jack in the morning. Meanwhile, Jack frees himself and escapes, stopping only to let Dolores know he's free. When Villa discovers that Jack has escaped, he orders his men to find him--and one of them finds him in Dolores' room.

Appearing in "Ivanhoe: Episode 12"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Ivanhoe

Adversaries:

  • Front-de-Boeuf

Other Characters:

  • Rebecca
  • Cedric
  • The Black Knight

Synopsis for "Ivanhoe: Episode 12"Edit

Continues the adaptation of Sir Walter Scott's novel.

Appearing in "Battle With the Monster"Edit

Featured Characters:

Other Characters:

  • Betty
  • Queen Zira

Synopsis for "Battle With the Monster"Edit

Don uses the gold flagon given to him by the queen on the monster, killing it. Meanwhile, Queen Zira and Betty try to escape their prison. Don confronts the priests, seeking Krenon, but they fearfully tell him that Krenon has disappeared. Suddenly, a poisonous vapor--coming from the monster's corpse--enshrouds the city! Don forces the priests to take him to Betty and Queen Zira, and Zira leads them all to underground caverns to escape the poisonous mist.

Appearing in "He Plays Ball"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Unc

Synopsis for "He Plays Ball"Edit

Unc and his dog play baseball.

Appearing in "Fang Gow of China [Part 13]"Edit

Featured Characters:

Adversaries:

  • [Fang Gow]

Other Characters:

  • Inspector Le Grand

Synopsis for "Fang Gow of China [Part 13]"Edit

Fang Gow has his men seize Barry and LaGrande. He tells Barry that Barry himself will throw the switch that will detonate the dynamite and destroy Paris. When Barry refuses, Fang Gow orders LeGrande tortured. But Barry manages to free himself!

Appearing in "The Half-Breed: Part 3"Edit

Featured Characters:

Adversaries:

  • Pierre

Other Characters:

  • Trapper Pete
  • Dan
  • Mary
  • Zeb Halliday

Synopsis for "The Half-Breed: Part 3"Edit

Caught in a violent storm, the train loses one of the wagons as it is carried away by the river. Trapper attempts to retrieve it, but to no avail. Meanwhile, Jim, Mary, and Dan make their way along the foot of the canyon. They see the runaway wagon floating toward them, but, as Jim and Dan try to stretch a catch rope across the water, Jim is ambushed by Pierre the half-breed.

Appearing in the 10th StoryEdit

Featured Characters:

  • Pelion
  • Ossa

Synopsis for the 10th StoryEdit

  • Synopsis not yet written.

    Appearing in "The Big Ballgame: Part 2"Edit

Featured Characters:

Other Characters:

  • Chuck Kelly
  • Tubs Miller
  • Lank O'Doul

Synopsis for "The Big Ballgame: Part 2"Edit

Down by three in the last inning, Riverdale is up at bat and quickly loads the bases, bringing Pep to the plate. He takes two strikes, then hits a grand slam to win the game! Later, he admits to his teammate that it was all luck--he had his eyes closed!

Appearing in "The Holdup: Part 5"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Jake
  • Ed

Other Characters:

  • Agent Malvern

Synopsis for "The Holdup: Part 5"Edit

Fired for negligence, Jake and Ed make their way along the tracks. Jake is convinced that they were framed and plans to hunt down the real perpetrators. As the two men talk it over, Malvern, a federal agent, interrupts their conversation. He is convinced that they are innocent and wants to help them prove it. He shows them a piece of paper dropped by one of the gang--showing a place that doesn't exist. Jake disguises himself as a hobo to get in with the gang.

Appearing in "In the Forbidden City"Edit

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Prince Kardos

Other Characters:

  • The High Priestess

Synopsis for "In the Forbidden City"Edit

The high priestess guides Brad and Kardos to the forbidden city, but will not enter it with him, as it would mean her death. Despite their stealth, Brad and Kardos are spotted by a sentry and are quickly trapped by the Grey Men.

Appearing in "Episode 3"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • D'Artagnan
  • Aramis
  • Athos
  • Porthos

Other Characters:

  • M. De Treville

Synopsis for "Episode 3"Edit

Continues the adaptation of Alexandre Dumas' novel.

Appearing in "In the Wilderness"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Tom Bradley (First appearance)
  • Jack Bradley (First appearance)

Synopsis for "In the Wilderness"Edit

Tom and Jack Bradley go hiking in the mountains, but quickly become lost and must use their skills to survive in the wilderness.

Appearing in "The Werewolf: Part 4"Edit

Featured Characters:

Adversaries:

  • Mrs. Daniels

Other Characters:

  • Mr. Westley

Synopsis for "The Werewolf: Part 4"Edit

Doctor Occult is captured by Mrs. Daniels' henchmen. She prepares an injection that will turn him into a wolf, but just as he is about to deliver it, Westley attacks her and shoots her with a silver bullet.

Appearing in "Dewey and the Pirates: Part 10"Edit

Featured Characters:

Other Characters:

  • Captain Smith
  • Mister Hale
  • Bosun

Synopsis for "Dewey and the Pirates: Part 10"Edit

With the ship about to blow up, Captain Smith orders Dewey to save himself, but a sudden squall of rain extinguishes the powder fuses. The captain of a sister ship, the Hornet, requests permission to come aboard, and Captain Smith grants it. Mister Hale comes aboard, and he and Captain Smith compare notes. The Captain decides that Dewey and a few other men will transfer to Hale's ship to make up for some crew he's lost. Dewey reports to the Hornet for duty, but is immediately accosted by a bosun.

Appearing in "The Bedouin Adventure: Part 12"Edit

Featured Characters:

Other Characters:

  • Lynn Harding
  • Ronneli

Synopsis for "The Bedouin Adventure: Part 12"Edit

Wing is rescued by an old Arab, who turns out to be an Italian spy named Ronneli. Wing plans to rescue Lynn, but Ronneli warns him that such an action would be foolish. Nevertheless, Wing is determined, and Ronneli helps him disguise himself as an Arab. Wing locates Lynn's tent, and attacks the guard watching her.

Appearing in "Talk About Talkies"Edit


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Synopsis for "Talk About Talkies"Edit

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    Appearing in "The Mystic Coincidence"Edit


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Synopsis for "The Mystic Coincidence"Edit

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    Appearing in "It's a Fact!"Edit


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Synopsis for "It's a Fact!"Edit

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    Appearing in "The Mystery Plane: Part 9"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Bob Merritt

Supporting Characters:

  • Jake
  • Red
  • Shorty

Synopsis for "The Mystery Plane: Part 9"Edit

Bob sends Red and Shorty to Alaska to pick out a campsite, but as they are in the air--Red in the transport plane, and Shorty in a smaller scouting plane--another plane swoops to attack. Shorty returns fire and scores a hit on the enemy plane, but although they themselves are not hit, Red is forced to land, with Shorty right behind him. Red examines the engine and finds evidence of sabotage, and radios Bob to warn him. Bob sends Red and Shorty on in Shorty's plane, and sends Jake, Lefty, and Buzz to pick up the transport.

Appearing in "Adopted By Flint: Part 2"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Little Linda

Supporting Characters:

  • Flint
  • Ned Flint (First appearance)
  • Togo (First appearance)

Synopsis for "Adopted By Flint: Part 2"Edit

Flint invites his nephew Ned to meet Linda, who charms him to the point that he turns over a new leaf.

Appearing in "In the Wake of the Wander [Part 11]"Edit

Featured Characters:

Adversaries:

  • Filson

Other Characters:

  • Slim
  • Saunders
  • Holcomb

Synopsis for "In the Wake of the Wander [Part 11]"Edit

Holcomb is attacked by the natives and taken prisoner again. Filson orders all the prisoners killed. However, the patrol boat heard Captain Grim's signal, and the boat's captain plans an attack to free them. Meanwhile, Slim and the rest of Grim's crew plan their own rescue effort, and manages to free Grim. Grim confronts Filson and overcomes him, but one of Filson's men is approaching him from behind...

Appearing in "The Ceremony: Part 2"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Rex Cosmos

Supporting Characters:

  • Kiddlaw

Supporting Characters:

  • Axel Yoke
  • Joan

Other Characters:

  • Renee

Synopsis for "The Ceremony: Part 2"Edit

Rex unmasks the "Queen", really Kiddlaw's sweetheart, and prevents her from escaping. Axel hits his head and is rendered unconscious. Rex threatens to reveal Renee's true identity to her "subjects", but she shows him that Joan is in Kiddlaw's power.

Appearing in "Episode 2"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Jeff Roberts (First appearance)
  • Gregory Roberts (First appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Captain Dennis

Synopsis for "Episode 2"Edit

While exploring Moraga Island, Jeff is almost shot by a treacherous sailor, but his would-be assailant is in turn attacked by a mysterious stranger.

Appearing in the 27th StoryEdit

Featured Characters:

  • Hubert

Synopsis for the 27th StoryEdit

  • Synopsis not yet written.

    Appearing in "Alexander the Great"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Bobby
  • Binks

Synopsis for "Alexander the Great"Edit

Bobby and Binks become involved with Alexander the Great.

Appearing in "The Purple Tiger: Part 3"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Sandy Kean

Adversaries:

  • Purple Tiger

Other Characters:

  • Commissioner Bailey

Synopsis for "The Purple Tiger: Part 3"Edit

The Purple Tiger's men trick Sandy and the Commissioner, allowing them to capture the two lawmen. They order Sandy to keep driving. One of the gang machine guns a motorcycle policeman following the car, and Sandy, in retaliation, slams on the brakes, sending the crook over a cliff. One of the surviving gunmen wants to kill Sandy, but the other reminds him that the Purple Tiger wants both captives alive. Sandy and the Commissioner are blindfolded and brought before the Purple Tiger.

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