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Appearing in Plastic Man: "The Weather Weapon"Edit

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  • Don Snitzel
  • Ratty McGoon

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  • Dr. Egrett (Death)
  • Boreas

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Synopsis for Plastic Man: "The Weather Weapon"Edit

Boreas, the north wind, was "controlled" by a machine in the possession of Don Snitzel and some Fifth Columnists in order control the weather. The wind was useless on Woozy, who shrugged off all attacks, and any punches were also met with equal and opposite spontaneous force.

Appearing in Manhunter: "The Slaughter Symphony"Edit

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  • Thor

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  • Sivan Orsky

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Synopsis for Manhunter: "The Slaughter Symphony"Edit

Manhunter gets the goat of Sergeant Clancy when he rounds up the murderous maestro Orsky.

Appearing in Human Bomb: "Introducing Hustace Throckmorton"Edit

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  • Hustace Throckmorton

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  • Honeybun (Hustace's girlfriend)

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Synopsis for Human Bomb: "Introducing Hustace Throckmorton"Edit

After giving Hustace Throckmorton an emergency blood transfusion, Roy notices that the little man now exhibits powers similar to the Human Bomb......except he has explosive feet, not hands!

  • Hustace Throckmorton appears in most Human Bomb stories hereafter.
  • This story makes mention of the Black Condor.

    Appearing in 711: "The Death of 711"Edit

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  • Dan Dyce, 711 (Death)

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  • Oscar Jones

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Synopsis for 711: "The Death of 711"Edit

711, after becoming more sloppy and allowing more and more inmates to discover his identity, faces racketeer Oscar Jones, whose long-winded story about his ignoble life and how his prison stay led him into fisticuffs with 711, is told. Jones wins the struggle only with the benefit of his gun, which is used to pump bullet after bullet into the soon to be lifeless body of 711. However, as 711 dies, the silhouette of Destiny appears over the body.

  • This is the final episode of 711, and the title character dies right there on-panel.
  • This story, however, continues in next issue's new "Destiny" series.

    Appearing in Phantom Lady: "The School for Spies"Edit

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  • Melinda

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  • Baron Torpe

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Synopsis for Phantom Lady: "The School for Spies"Edit

Melinda attends a class in spying techniques at Baron Torpe's home, and she tells him that she is going to do a little spying that evening. When she brings back a clock and valuable information, she is taken prisoner by Torpe, who is a foreign spy!

  • Phantom Lady wears a mask.



NotesEdit

  • Plastic Man is reprinted in Plastic Man Archives Volume 1.
  • Also appearing in this issue of Police Comics were:
    • The Spirit: (Mr. Midnight), by Will Eisner
    • Chic Carter: (The Vengeance of Dr. Jason), by Vernon Henkel


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