- Two Green Ghosts, eh? Here is where the fun begins. My first shot was over his head, Barr -- this time we'll see if he's really bullet-proof!
Appearing in "Escape From Russia"Edit
- * Black X
- Col. Atwater
- several dozen Russian soldiers
- Tommy Carrel
- Knute, a Finnish soldier
- Klaus, a Finnish soldier
- a unit of Finnish soldiers
Synopsis for "Escape From Russia"EditContinued from last issue: Black X, carrying top secret shipping schedules, is just inside the Russian Border, on a captured Russian train, formerly Murmansk-bound, now running backwards toward Finland. On board are young Tommy Carrel, and their allies, Knute and Klaus, and their train-capturing platoon of Finnish commandos. The train (steam locomotive; 3 antique passenger cars) is full of Russian prisoners, who know about Black X's secret papers, and who mount an escape, and try to take over the train. There's a big rolling improbable fight at the end of which the Black X escapes, and is saved from a harrowing snowblind ordeal in the snow by his telepathic servant Batu. How? By providing telepathic guidance to the nearest friendly outpost, plus later by remote-headkonking one Russian soldier. Black X smuggles Tommy, (the late Aid Commisioner's son) back from Russia to Helsinki, and two weeks later they are back in Washington DC.
Appearing in "The Green Ghosts"Edit
Synopsis for "The Green Ghosts"EditTwo men team up, wearing similar green robes and hoods, in hopes to steal from two millionaires and confuse the authorities of their true identities.
Appearing in "Smooth Kazar Strikes Back"Edit
- Commissioner Hunt
- "Smooth" Kazar (Only appearance; dies)
Synopsis for "Smooth Kazar Strikes Back"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
- In this issue, Bozo the Iron Man collapses Smooth Kazar's house from the inside, crushing Kazar and three henchmen. Bozo's body count is now not less than 17.
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