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Quote1 Toodle-oo Mr. Burland! ... Never trust a woman! Quote2
-- Barbara Sutton (after kissing Kip on the lips and stating she knows his dual identity)

Appearing in "The Mark of the Monster"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Mark of the Monster"Edit

A Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde influenced storyline.

Appearing in "Murder and Politics"Edit

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  • Townley Bates
  • Hawley

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  • James Talcott (Death)
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Synopsis for "Murder and Politics"Edit

The Wizard unearths records which blows the lid off of rotten politics.

Appearing in "Fran Frazer"Edit

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    Appearing in "West Pointer"Edit

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Lt. Kornell

Appearing in "The Whirling Dervish"Edit

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  • Dr. Forbes (Death)
  • Lucille Forbes

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Synopsis for "The Whirling Dervish"Edit

Dr. Forbes brings back a sacred Indian ruby with an ancient curse. The ruby possess the ability for the owner to project mind control. The Firefly investigates.

Appearing in "The St. Louis Kid"Edit

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    Appearing in "Air Patrol"Edit

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    Appearing in "The Doctor's Double"Edit

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  • gangsters

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  • Anne Clark
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Synopsis for "The Doctor's Double"Edit

Walt notices a car plunging into the river below and dives in for the rescue. Unfortunately, the man in the car is dead, and strangely is carrying a letter asking for Bob Phantom's help. Walt investigates who wrote the letter and pays a visit. After the visit, he believes something is odd about the set up and sneaks back in the house.

Once back inside, he is knocked out, tied up and hung from the attic rafters. When he wakes, he swings his body like a pendulum, and unravels the ropes. He then rushes downstairs and roughs up the gang of thugs. It is revealed that he saved a kidnapped scientist.

Appearing in "A Lesson In Tolerance"Edit

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NotesEdit

  • Barbara Sutton confess to Kip that she knows he's the Black Hood in this issue. They become an "official" couple and she becomes his confidant.


TriviaEdit

  • The Purple Mafia and The Skull appear on the cover but are not inside. In fact, these villains were in last issue.

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