Appearing in "When Metropolis Went Mad!"Edit
- J. Wilbur Wolfingham
- The Hogan Mob
- Mr. Hervey, the Botanist
- Giant Flamethrower
Synopsis for "When Metropolis Went Mad!"EditClark Kent and con man J. Wilbur Wolfingham are both on-hand to witness the people of the village of Whillikers act "slap-happy" as a result of excess oxygen from a botanical scientist's experiments with plant growth. When the people of Metropolis begin acting the same way it turns out that Wolfingham has replicated the experiments on a vast scale in order to steal at leisure. Superman's solution: a giant flamethrower to burn off the excess oxygen.
Appearing in "The Railroad Wreckers!"Edit
- Harrison the Lawyer
- Bill Murphy, Railway Owner
- Beggs, Stagecoach Owner
- Ten Acres
Synopsis for "The Railroad Wreckers!"EditThe Wyoming Kid has to solve the mystery of who is trying to keep the railroad from coming to the town of Ten Acres, all while keeping the angry townsfolk from stringing up the wrong man.
Appearing in "Stand by for Contraband!"Edit
- Gustave Aarden
- Dredge Malky (rival tug operator)
- Sam Fargle (his stooge)
- Rooster Island
- Pirate Point
- The Taffrail Tavern
- Luxury Liner Empress Annabelle
- The Kathy
Synopsis for "Stand by for Contraband!"EditFull Steam Foley and the crew of the Kathy accidentally end up with a fortune in diamonds that have been smuggled into the country in a child's ball and must deal with the smugglers in their own direct manner.
Appearing in "The Green Arrow Duels the Blue Lancer!"Edit
- Various Unnamed Natives
- Unnamed Tropical Island
- Trick Arrows
- Trick Spears
Synopsis for "The Green Arrow Duels the Blue Lancer!"EditGreen Arrow and Speedy land on a metal-free island where a former Bengal Lancer named the Blue Lancer has become a tyrant thanks to his metal-tipped spears and martial skill. Their weapons destroyed, the two must improvise to depose him.
Appearing in "The Whispering Wizard"Edit
- Stage-Door Jimmy and his gang
Synopsis for "The Whispering Wizard"EditZatara is caught in the rain and catches a cold. Some crooks seek to take advantage of his lost voice, but find that he is too prepared for them.
Appearing in "The Man with a Thousand Eyes!"Edit
- Count Florian (an international spy)
- Count Florian's Agents
- Al Pakone
- Pakone's Mob
- Harlan Bates
- Sergeant Laney
- London (Appears in flashback and main story)
Synopsis for "The Man with a Thousand Eyes!"Edit
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