Appearing in The Spectre: "The Menace of Xnon"Edit
- Ring of Life (First appearance)
Synopsis for The Spectre: "The Menace of Xnon"Edit
When a train full of gold disappears, the Spectre is seen at the scene by several witnesses. Jim Corrigan is assigned to investigate the disappearance, though he knows the Spectre is not responsible. While trailing two crooks, the Spectre follows them through a dimensional portal where he meets Xnon, a tyrant using super-science. Xnon's powers prove too much for the Spectre. The tyrant places Spectre under his command and sends back to Earth on an errand of mass murder. Spectre is halted by the Voice responsible for his transformation into the Ghostly Guardian. The Voice gives the Spectre a talisman called the Ring of Life which breaks the spell of Xnon. Spectre then returns to confront Xnon. With the Ring of Life in his possession, the Spectre overcomes his opponent and returns the missing train to Earth. The police however are not convinced that the Spectre is not a crook, so Jim Corrigan is assigned to apprehend his other self.(adapted from plot summary at dcindexes.com)
Appearing in Congo Bill: "The Monkey Men"Edit
- Professor Joe Kent
- Gloria Desmond (Final appearance)
- Mr. Desmond (Single appearance)
- small tribe of monkey-men
Synopsis for Congo Bill: "The Monkey Men"Edit
Congo Bill continues to help Gloria Desmond search the jungle for her missing father. Bill crosses a ravine and is captured by a tribe of monkey-men. Unlike last issue's leopard men, these guys aren't just dressing up like their favorite animal; these guys have chimp faces and monkey feet. They take him to their camp where a bearded white man orders him imprisoned. Gloria and Professor Kent follow. Gloria recognizes the bearded man as her father, but he has amnesia. Bill escapes and takes Mr. Desmond with him. During the escape, the old man is hit in the head and his memory returns.(adapted from plot summary at dcindexes.com)
Appearing in Doctor Fate: "The Menace of the Little Men"Edit
Synopsis for Doctor Fate: "The Menace of the Little Men"Edit
While driving in the Catskills, Inza sees a group of miniature men plotting an attack on New York. While she calls Doctor Fate for help, the tiny men attack the city. Their small size makes it impossible for standard military defenses to target them. Doctor Fate is able to stop them, then Inza leads him to the place from which they came.
Doctor Fate investigates a nearby cave. He discovers three giants inside who were called Norns by the Norsemen. The giants admit that they created the tiny men from clay and sent them to attack the world. Doctor Fate magically removes the ability of the giants to create more men. He then seals them inside the cave forever.(adapted from plot summary at dcindexes.com)
Appearing in Captain Desmo: "Adventure in India"Edit
Synopsis for Captain Desmo: "Adventure in India"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
- The Menace Of Xnon is reprinted in Golden Age Spectre Archives 1.
- The Little Men is reprinted in Golden Age Doctor Fate Archives 1
- Aside from the stories above, this issue contains:
- "Detective Sergeant Carey and the Golden Flames" by Joe Donohoe
- "Radio Squad: Phony Cops" by Jerry Siegel and Chad
- "Combat" by Ted Allen (text story)
- "Lt. Bob Neal: in the Warzone" by B. Hirsch and R. Lehman
- "Biff Bronson: The Menace of Dr. Zibkin" by Albert and Joseph Sulman
- "Sgt. O'Malley of the Red Coat Patrol: The Hitch-Hikers" by Jack Lehti
- No trivia.
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- Discuss More Fun Comics Vol 1 60 on the forums
- Cover gallery for the More Fun Comics series
Links and ReferencesEdit
- ↑ First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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