- C'mon! We've got to jump... when I smashed the switches, I set the one that would blow up this castle!
Appearing in Black X: "The Rescue of Gale Payson"Edit
- * Black X
- Madame Doom, her third appearance
- Gale Payson
- Coblenz, Germany
- Saarbrucken, Germany
Synopsis for Black X: "The Rescue of Gale Payson"EditCirca probably 1939-Aug, in the tiny German town of Coblenz, near the Seigfried Line, a fugitive former high official of the German Intelligence is chased by the SS, and he briefly hides in the apartment of American reporter Gale Payson, then gives her some important documents, then resumes his running-away, but gets gunned down right away. So Black X is sent to get her and the papers out of Germany. At least they're finally calling it Germany. The next morning Black X & Batu fly from Washington to France, and Batu is sent to get a car (good thing he has telepathic powers, given how Batu looks and where he's going), then to meet Black X in Saarbrucken. Black X disguises himself in a stolen French army uniform, then during a WWI-style battle, he broken-field-runs into Germany, bayonet first, then again disguises himself, in a stolen and bloody German army uniform, then rides an ambulance into the interior, then jumps out at Coblenz, and finds Miss Payson, who surprisingly is still there. Posing as a married couple, they make some westward progress but soon are busted by, of all people, Madame Doom, newly employed by Germany. After a brief struggle, Black and Gale and one hostage German soldier are driving westward in a German car, leaving Madame Doom behind, what a mistake. They drive across yesterday's still-active battlefield during an artillery barrage and the hostage soldier gets killed by shrapnel, then a direct hit takes out the car, but X and Payson have already dived out. "They reach a wooded grove where faithful Batu awaits." But the French have impounded their airplane, so Batu has to do a telepathic whammy on the sentry, but luckily it's fully fueled up for a nonstop trans-Atlantic flight, and they also evade the French & British Air Forces, then they fly back to the USA.
Appearing in Hugh Hazzard: "Sabotage!"Edit
- Hitlin and his Batzi government, behind the scenes
- Adolf Zhun (Single appearance)
- Herzog (Single appearance) (Death)
- Krautville, a neighborhood in New York City
Synopsis for Hugh Hazzard: "Sabotage!"EditHitlin and the Batzi Government move in on neutral Katavia. Hugh Hazzard and His Iron Man Bozo put a stop to Adolf Zuhn, and his Batzi spies, based in the "Krautville" neighborhood in NYC, who are trying to draw America INTO the war in Europe. Zuhn's idea is that this will weaken the US domestically, so that "our armies can easily step in and take possession of these rich lands." That plan has some problems, but Zuhn's immediate problem is the large bulletproof robot invading his hideout. Bozo taps the spy team's phones and scares them into calling their boss, thus Hugh finds out about Zuhn's ongoing operation to set off a time bomb at the U.S.Mint, in Washington DC. Bozo flies from NYC to WDC in 22 minutes (!) and finds the car with the bomb in it, along with two of Zuhn's agents, and jacks it way up into the air, where it explodes, leaving Bozo unscathed, then he kills another guy with a high-voltage cable.
Appearing in Invisible Justice: "The Voodoo Master of Unionville"Edit
- Voodoo Master (Death)
Synopsis for Invisible Justice: "The Voodoo Master of Unionville"EditSeveral accidents are happening at various industrial plants across Unionville, and Kent Thurston believes a Voodoo Master is behind them.
Appearing in Chic Carter: "The Star of Egypt"Edit
- Chic Carter
- Prof. Lansing
- Brenda Lansing
- The Chief
Synopsis for Chic Carter: "The Star of Egypt"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
- This issue's episode of "Espionage" is set at a time when both the Siegfried and Maginot artillery lines were operational, which would be prior to May 1940.
- In this issue, The Invisible Hood kills the Voodoo Master by piercing his body with a sword.
- In this issue, Bozo the Iron Man destroys another car full of badguys, bringing his body count up to at least eleven. Then he electrocutes henchman Herzog, bringing it up to at least 12.
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Links and ReferencesEdit
- ↑ First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks