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Appearing in "The Train Robbery: Part 9"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Captain Jim

Supporting Characters:

  • Bob

Adversaries:

  • Cattle Rustlers

Other Characters:

  • Lee
  • Johnny
  • Jane

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Synopsis for "The Train Robbery: Part 9"Edit

Continued from last issue. The cattle thieves recapture Jane and Johnny, and offer to trade them for the return of their imprisoned men.

Appearing in "The Falcon"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Don Coyote

Supporting Characters:

  • Hash
  • Hamburger

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Synopsis for "The Falcon"Edit

Coyote offers to take care of Hash's falcon while he and Hamburger go off hunting.

Appearing in "Ol' Oz Bopp"Edit

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  • Oz Bopp

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Synopsis for "Ol' Oz Bopp"Edit

Oz is accosted by businessman who talk about 'doubling your money'. Fed up with it, Oz decides to show them his system for doubling his money.

Appearing in "Captain Quick: Episode 8"Edit

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Supporting Characters:

  • Pierre Dufoe

Adversaries:

  • Don Miguel Cordoza

Other Characters:

  • Marjorie
  • Lord Barlow
  • Captain Rodriguez

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Synopsis for "Captain Quick: Episode 8"Edit

Continues from last issue. After escaping the Spaniards, Quick decides to try and rescue Marjoie's father himself. He and Pierre start searching prisons where they ask about Lord Barlow. Finally, they learn that he is being held in the dungeon below Cordoza's palace. Their next step, explaind Quick' is to join Cordoza's army under aliases. Story is continued next issue.

Appearing in "Blood Pearls: Episode 2"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Baslyn

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  • Dato Penang (Death)
  • Penang's Nephew

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Synopsis for "Blood Pearls: Episode 2"Edit

Continued from last issue. Baslyn carries the drugged daughter of Tsao-Chung aboard his launch. He then sails out to Dato Penang's landing, where he will recieve the blood pearls in exchange for the girl. But once Baslyn reaches the landing, only Dato's nephew is seen. After inspecting the girl, Dato's nephew goes to fetch his uncle, though Baslyn senses that something is awry. When Dato does appear, he is only given a moment to bring the pearls out from under his robes before his own nephew grabs a blade and stabs him in the back, killing him. Strangely, Baslyn is still allowed to take the pearls. But he decides to try selling them to a dealer named Old Fong, instead of returning with them to the states. Story is continued next issue.

Appearing in "The St. Pierre Mystery: Part 6"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Maginnis

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  • Kenyon
  • Barton

Other Characters:

  • Yvonne Dubois

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Synopsis for "The St. Pierre Mystery: Part 6"Edit

Continued from last issue. Maginnis and Yvonne are tied up in the outlaws Kenyon and Barton's cabin. Things get even worse when the men decide to se a fire inside and let their two captives burn to death. Story is continued next issue.

Appearing in "Andy Handy"Edit

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  • Andy

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Synopsis for "Andy Handy"Edit

Andy is tending to his garden, when a pesky bee shows up.

Appearing in "17-20 On the Black: Part 9"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Jim Gale

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  • Senora Montezia
  • Frog Morton

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  • Kim

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Synopsis for "17-20 On the Black: Part 9"Edit

Continued from last issue. Jim overpowers Senora Montezia and has Kim place her in the hold. Meanwhile aboard another ship, Frog Morton is in hot pursuit of Montezia's schooner, and the pearls. While Jim is now in control, he doesn't notice that one of the crewman cuts the binding for the topsail, causing the vessel to slow down. Story is continued next issue.

Appearing in "She: Episode 4"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Horace Holly
  • Leo Vincey

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  • She

Other Characters:

  • Billali
  • Job
  • Mahomed
  • Ustane

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Synopsis for "She: Episode 4"Edit

Continued from last issue. The adventure hits a snag when Leo, Horace, and Job are attacked by the savage Amahaggek tribe and taken back to their village. The chief tells the trio that the natives are followers of She, and that she will eventually decide what their fate is to be. In the meantime, the natives treat them like guests, and Leo unknowingly becomes engaged to a girl after returning her embrace. Story is continued next issue.

Appearing in "Shanghai Pete: Part 1"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Harry (First appearance)

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  • Shanghai Pete (First appearance)

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Synopsis for "Shanghai Pete: Part 1"Edit

Harry was a dog who had moments of bad luck. After being chased off a train for trying to get a free ride, Harry walks into a shady cafe where Shanghai Pete and his mutts like to hang out.

Appearing in "Golden Dragon: Episode 4"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Ken Cockerhill
  • Ian Murray

Supporting Characters:

  • Murphy

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  • Torgadoff

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Synopsis for "Golden Dragon: Episode 4"Edit

Continued from last issue. With Murphy now in their group, Ian and Ken continue on the trail of the villainous Tartar, Torgadoff. On their way, they come across a small band of Russian Cossacks, who were mostly wandering aimlessly and hungry. Ian gave them food and hired them on to be the groups personal guards. Suddenly a shot is heard, and a mob of Mongolian horsemen charge towards the travellers in attack. While the Cosssacks rush in to face them, Ian, Ken, and Murphy find a spot on high ground to see if they can make out anything about the opponents. It is then they recognize a familiar figure riding down to meet the mob. It was Torgadoff! Story is continued next issue.

Appearing in "Castaway Island: Episode 8"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Mac
  • Larry

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  • Blackface
  • Jim Shark

Other Characters:

  • Sally

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Synopsis for "Castaway Island: Episode 8"Edit

Continued from last issue. Mac had managed to bring Blackface ashore after the two had tumbled overboard during their fight. Gun in hand, Mac lets Blackface and his goons go, under the condition that they leave them be. With Sally now rescued, Larry and Mac decide it'd be safest to move their camp to the other side of the island. Meanwhile, Blackface enlists the cooperation of Jim Shark in order to reclaim Sally and hold her for ransom over her rich father. Story is continued next issue.

Appearing in "The Dude Ranch: Part 1"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Slim
  • Tex

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  • Miss Helen

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Synopsis for "The Dude Ranch: Part 1"Edit

The ranch isn't making much money these days, so Miss Helen gets an idea to make it into a Dude Ranch. But the other cow-folk don't seem to care for the idea that much.

Appearing in "On Dolorosa Isle: Part 5"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Steve Conrad

Supporting Characters:

  • Myra Rutherford

Adversaries:

  • Devachan

Other Characters:

  • Prof. Brombay (First appearance)
  • Keith Roland
  • Sam

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Synopsis for "On Dolorosa Isle: Part 5"Edit

Steve and his companions were rescued from the great volcano by a mysterious bearded man. Later on, while riding the current in a canoe, they are all grabbed by strange creatures coming out of the water. After being dragged down into an undersea cave, the group is startled to find the same bearded man that rescued them earlier. He identifies himself as Professor Brombay, and introduces the creatures as Zoanthroids. Steve learns that he is to help the Professor and the strange creatures in a revolt to overthrow the powerful Zoanthroid leader, Devachan. Story is continued next issue.

Appearing in "Rajah Maharajah: Part 5"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Sandor

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  • Rajah Maharajah

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  • Agra

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Synopsis for "Rajah Maharajah: Part 5"Edit

Continued from last issue. Sandor makes an escape from the Maharajah's city. With the help of Elaka the wild dog, Sandor overpowers one of Rajah's men. Elaka gets injured in the process, however, and the Maharajah's group of natives are still chasing after them. Story is continued next issue.

Appearing in "Heading South: Part 8"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Captain Spiniker

Supporting Characters:

  • Captain Sternpipe

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Synopsis for "Heading South: Part 8"Edit

Spiniker shows Sternpipe the pictures he painted. Sternpipe is less impressed when he hears where Spinikers inspiration comes from.

Appearing in "The Vikings: Episode 9"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Ivar

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  • Djorg
  • Sundgrid

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Synopsis for "The Vikings: Episode 9"Edit

Continued from last issue. Ivar's vikings have captured Djorg, chieftain of the rival Bear-Sarks clan, and his wife Sundgrid. While Ivar sleeps, his men tie Sundgrid to the bow arch of the ship during a mighty storm. In despair, her husband Djorg throws himself overboard into the crashing waves. Ivar is outraged when he learns of this, and orders Sundgrid to be brought down. Amazingly, she still lives, and Ivar is able to beg her forgiveness. But the storm is hurtling the ship onward towards a rocky shore. Story is continued next issue.

Appearing in "The Unknown Enemy: Part 2"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Steve Carson

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  • The Voice

Other Characters:

  • Jean Dennis

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Synopsis for "The Unknown Enemy: Part 2"Edit

Continued from last issue. With the reporter girl Jean watching, Steve applies makeup to his face in an attampt to disguide himself as the messenger 4K-11, whome he and Ralph tied up earlier. When Steve goes off to meet the Voice's thugs, he is taken aboard a small plane that takes off towards the ocean. The Voice's headquarters is inside of a massive man-made island with a glass dome, which rises out of thewater as the plane prepares to land. Inside, Steve is put to work, still thought to be 4K-11. Late that night, during an investigation of the base, Steve accidentally trips an alarm, sending security his way! He manages to steal a small flying device and escape through the glass domed top of the base. Back with Ralph and Jean, the real 4K-11 has broken free of his bonds and attacks Ralph. Jean is able to sneak behind him and knock 4K to the ground, though.

The Voice has sent a huge robot to chase down Steve Carson's flying machine. He makes it to the small house where Ralph and Jean await him, but the robot smashes through it shortly after. The three run for safety, but the robot is quickly gaining on them. Story is concluded next issue.

NotesEdit

  • Along with the stories mentioned above, this issue of New Comics contains short cartoon gag strips including:
    • "Unc" by Joe Eichberger
    • "Slim Pickins" by Stan Randall
    • "Hollywood Screenshots" and "Clout O' Casey" by Whitney Ellsworth
    • "Jungle-Town" by Dick Ryan
    • "Chikko Chakko" by Ellis Edwards
    • "Goofo the Great" by Russell Cole.
  • Merna Gamble's comic adaptation of Charles Dickens story, A Tale Of Two Cities, continues in this issue.


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