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Quote1 Can the act... we've read the real script! What did you do with Doc? Quote2
-- Midnight

Appearing in Midnight: "Doc Wackey Goes Berserk!"Edit

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  • Gabby, the talking monkey
  • Doc Wackey

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  • Skull Duggery

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  • The Professor

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Synopsis for Midnight: "Doc Wackey Goes Berserk!"Edit

When The Professor injects Doc Wackey with some experimental fluids, the Doc ends up with super speed, and begins a life of crime by partnering with gangster Skull Duggery.

Appearing in Bozo the Robot: "The Kidnapping of Peter Percy Gotgelt III"Edit

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Synopsis for Bozo the Robot: "The Kidnapping of Peter Percy Gotgelt III"Edit

  • Synopsis not yet written.

    Appearing in The Ray: "The Frozen Lands of the Midnight Sun"Edit

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  • Bud

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Synopsis for The Ray: "The Frozen Lands of the Midnight Sun"Edit

  • Synopsis not yet written.

    Appearing in The Jester: "Tough Tony"Edit

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  • Inspector Mulligan
  • Tough Tony

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  • Dagger Joe
  • Trigger

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Synopsis for The Jester: "Tough Tony"Edit

Chuck Lane requests the court to parole the toughest juvenile offender into his custody, hoping the gesture will lead him to some tire thieves.

Appearing in Wildfire: "Dean of Darkness"Edit

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  • Dean of Darkness

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Synopsis for Wildfire: "Dean of Darkness"Edit

During a city's blackout curfew, the Dean of Darkness kidnaps Carol Martin for ransom, not realizing she's Wildfire.

NotesEdit

  • This is the final Golden Age appearance of Wildfire. She was originally intended to be a member of the All-Star Squadron, but DC vetoed the idea, as there was already a character called Wildfire active in another team book. Instead, a female heroine named Firebrand was introduced into the All-Star Squadron series.
  • This issue of Smash Comics also featured:
    • Espionage Starring Black X: (No Title)
    • Wings Wendall: (No Title)
    • Purple Trio: (No Title)
    • Rookie Rankin: (No Title)
    • Marksman: (No Title)


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