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Appearing in Green Arrow: "The Adventure of the Bankrupt Heroes"Edit

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Synopsis for Green Arrow: "The Adventure of the Bankrupt Heroes"Edit

(Synopsis adapted from plot summary at dcindexes.com)
Oliver Queen suddenly finds himself short on cash. His broker informs him that he needs to come up with two thousand dollars to secure his current holdings in the market. Ollie takes a department store job, while Roy Harper goes to work selling vacuum cleaners.

Elsewhere the several brokers are murdered by a gang of criminals known as Crime, Incorporated. Green Arrow investigates while on his lunch hour. He protects two other brokers from being killed. Then he and Speedy capture the gang members. Pinne, the clerk of one of the intended victims, is proven to be the man behind the murders as he was trying to seize control of a company.

Oliver loses his job as the store, but he earns a reward as Green Arrow for the capture of the crooks. The money helps to secure his holdings, allowing Green Arrow to go back into action full-time.

Appearing in Doctor Fate: "Hall of Lost Heirs"Edit

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Synopsis for Doctor Fate: "Hall of Lost Heirs"Edit

A radio program attempts to locate the lost heirs to rich fortunes. A criminal known as the Clock learns which cases are to be presented on the program and sends false heirs in response. Doctor Fate realizes a man posing as violinist Stanley Kovacs is an imposter. He follows the man and confronts him. The trail leads back to the Clock, but the crook traps Doctor Fate in a well.

The Clock realizes that his scheme may be in jeopardy, so he kidnaps the lawyer in charge of the Kovacs estate along with Inza Nelson. He plans to replace the lawyer with his own man and take control of the fortune. Doctor Fate escapes the well, tracks down the Clock, and puts an end to the criminal plot.

Appearing in Aquaman: "Champ of the Waves"Edit

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Synopsis for Aquaman: "Champ of the Waves"Edit

Aquaman rescues a girl from drowning. When he returns her to shore, her boyfriend George Riggs takes credit for the rescue. When the girl leaves Riggs explains to Aquaman that he can't really swim and lied to impress his girl. Aquaman offers to teach Riggs to swim and enter a swimming competition.

When Riggs proves himself in a preliminary race, the mob tries to kill him. The gangsters have bet on Riggs' rival Humber. Aquaman protects Riggs from harm and on race day, Riggs triumphs, setting a new swimming record.

Appearing in Johnny Quick: "Code for Conspirators"Edit

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  • Kloven, Kurt, and several unnamed henchmen (Nazi saboteurs)

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Synopsis for Johnny Quick: "Code for Conspirators"Edit

An undercover FBI agent is murdered before he can pass along important information concerning an upcoming sabotage plot. Johnny Quick lends his services to quickly decipher the agent's codebook and notes. From the notes, Johnny learns that the saboteurs plan to go after a new carrier in a Navy yard. Johnny races to the scene and catches them in the act. He prevents a disaster by saving the ship.

Appearing in The Spectre: "Case of the Scholarly Spendthrift"Edit

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Synopsis for The Spectre: "Case of the Scholarly Spendthrift"Edit

Scholar Claudius Harmon must spent half a million dollars within a week to earn his full inheritance. Percival Popp agrees to help Harmon spend the money, while crooks try to swindle him. The Spectre is forced to rescue Popp and Harmon from several predicaments including Harmon's purchase of a yacht upon which illegal gambling takes place. After Harmon has successfully spent the money, a lawyer notifies him that the will specified certain conditions for him including spending the money in Florida. Harmon must therefore repeat his spending spree to satisfy the conditions of the will.

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