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Quote1 And since you're so fond of rhymes, here's one for you... "The steps to murder and abuse lead to the gallows and the noose!" Say... That's not bad for a cop! Quote2
-- Manhunter (Dan Richards)

Appearing in "The Ghost Train"Edit

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  • J. Noble Wopps
  • Snout

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  • Caprice Corbett (First appearance)
  • Engineer Guffy

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  • Pottsville Line (train)

Synopsis for "The Ghost Train"Edit

To keep the passengers distracted, a mysterious gang leader has his henchmen act as ghosts on a train, so he can steal the Army's payroll being transported on board.

Appearing in "The Return of Hustace Throckmorton"Edit

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  • Wode Wikard
  • Mola

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Synopsis for "The Return of Hustace Throckmorton"Edit

A killer gets sprung from jail and goes on a crime spree with his girl. Their first hold up involves robbing the Human Bomb's sidekick, Hustace Throckmorton. The incident is announced over the radio and Roy Lincoln tries to track down his friend.

Appearing in "Encounter With Plastic Man"Edit

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  • Burp the Twerp

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Synopsis for "Encounter With Plastic Man"Edit

A one page gag about how Burp the Twerp, the super so-an-so, believes he's a better super-hero than Plas.

Appearing in "Baby Face"Edit

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  • Destiny

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    Appearing in "Dewey Drip"Edit

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  • Dewey Drip

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    Appearing in "Ebony's X-Ray Eyes"Edit

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  • Gravy Gang

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Synopsis for "Ebony's X-Ray Eyes"Edit

While the Spirit goes out to buy some chemicals, Ebony babysits the lab. The test tubes begin to boil over and explode, causing smoke fumes and plumes. Ashamed, he leaves the lab and wanders the streets. Soon, he realizes that some of the chemicals must have got into his eyes, because now he has X-Ray vision. Some crooks catch on to this fact and lure him into their gang, so he can help them crack the local bank's safe. The Spirit comes back to the messy lab and thinks his pal has been kidnapped.

Appearing in "The Sky Saboteurs"Edit

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  • Flatfoot Burns

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    Appearing in "The San Juan Bluebeard"Edit

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  • Dick Mace

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  • Synopsis not yet written.

    Appearing in "Super Snooper"Edit

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  • Super Snooper

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  • Gill Fox's art studio

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  • Synopsis not yet written.

    Appearing in "The Four Maniacs"Edit

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  • Senator Henry Knight

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  • Housekeepers
    • Ethal
    • Joe
    • Looey
    • A fake doctor

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  • Don

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Synopsis for "The Four Maniacs"Edit

Four new housekeepers are mysteriously hired to help out in the Knight's home, but they're really only causing mischief.

Appearing in "The Murdering Rhymester"Edit

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  • The Rhymester (First appearance)
  • Mr. John Bent (Death)
  • Steve Chance (Death)
  • Ben Stark

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  • Thomas Oliver Grimm (Death)
  • John M. Grimm

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Synopsis for "The Murdering Rhymester"Edit

Several thieves purchase the rights to an inventor's "secret weapon." The next morning, the inventor reads in the paper how he was conned into the deal and commits suicide. His son finds his father's body and vows to go after the crooks who stole his invention.

NotesEdit

  • All Quality Comics characters and the distinctive likeness(es) thereof were originally Trademarked & Copyright © 1951 Quality Comics. The characters and the distinctive likeness(es) thereof were acquired by DC Comics in 1956. While some of the properties acquired did not have copyright and trademarks renewed, some of those depicted here are Trademarks & Copyright © 1973-2008 DC Comics, Inc. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • "Ebony's X-Ray Eyes" was originally printed in The Spirit comic strip (9/15/1940) by Register and Tribune Syndicate.


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