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Appearing in "Who Is Bulletman?"Edit

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  • Stephen Doone (Corpse)

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Synopsis for "Who Is Bulletman?"Edit

Bulletman has been in business for several weeks now. Whatever city he lives in, the Trumpet is the local paper, published by Stephen Doone, [whose demeanor and appearance are almost identical to those of J. Jonah Jameson]. Bulletman uses early-Superman-style strongarm tactics to shake this creep down, in a dispute over an unpaid posted reward, and seemingly earns himself a lifetime of bad publicity in the process.
In his civilian identity, while examining the late Dr. Danton, Jim Barr finds an extremely improbable clue, which leads him to arrive at the Fifth National Bank at just the right time to suspect an impending robbery, and to conceal himself in the vault, and to change clothes, and set an ambush. Robbers soon show up, to steal Dr. Danton’s deadly freezing gas formula from a safe-deposit box. Bulletman is bulletproof, and he rips a huge slab out of the bank’s floor and uses it to block the front door, then chases most of the robbers into the vault, but the one with the formula slips out thru the front door, and drives away! Bulletman can’t chase him, because armed gangsters are still in the bank with the civilians, so he chases them back into the vault and they lock themselves in, and he’s not quite strong enough to open the vault, but he does hear them identify Blackmask as their boss. Since he can’t open the vault, Bulletman yanks the whole vault out of the bank, and smashes as many walls as it takes to pull it out into the open and fly away with it. Seems like the whole building should fall down about now, but it doesn’t. He tosses the vault into a river; it floods through the ventilators; the crooks open the door; he grabs one and flies away with him, until the crook points out Blackmask’s farmhouse hideout. Blackmask has already cooked up a batch of the freezing gas and loaded it into grenades, and as Bulletman lands, a capsule of freezing gas explodes at his feet, rendering him helpless. The gas puts BM into a frozen sleep, and the badguys quickly tie him up and carry him to the attic to murder him, instead of doing so right away, and their boss tells them to hurry up and murder him, but also is just now leaving for the city and doesn’t stick around to help or supervise or even gloat. Unsupervised, Bulletman wakes up, and can’t break the ordinary-looking ropes, but he can levitate himself up to the rafters, lift the roof loose from the farmhouse, and THEN burst his ropes. He rounds up one batch of thugs and drops them at the jail; the rest of the bank vault thugs must have gotten away by now.
Next day at the police lab, Jim spends the day developing an antidote for the freezing gas, and he has a big canister of it by quitting time. Blackmask's gang attacks the neighboring city of Linkville, and is looting it. Bulletman and his big canister of freezing-gas-antidote flies to the rescue, and is machine-gun-attacked by a 2-engine bomber while he zooms about cropdusting the town, whose citizens quickly revive and turn the tables on the looters. Then he snaps off a big steel flagpole and smacks the bomber to pieces, almost certainly killing its crew. As it will soon turn out, Blackmask wasn’t aboard the plane at the time.

Appearing in "The Vengeance of Ali-Bekr"Edit

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  • Ali-Bekr

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    Appearing in "The Curse of Kor Deno"Edit

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  • Kor Deno

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  • Blackmask is a super criminal whose identity has long baffled police. These are the same police that haven't noticed that lab nerd "Bullet" Barr is now several inches taller and 60 lbs more muscular, so probably a lot of things baffle them, and for long periods of time.
  • Bulletman smacked that flying bomber to pieces, and we don't see any parachutes come out of it.


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