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"Superman: "The Devil's Playground"": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.



Appearing in Superman: "The Devil's Playground"

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  • Jim Gantry (Single appearance)

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Appearing in Vigilante: "Crimes in Color"

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  • Rainbow Man (First appearance)
  • Rainbow Man's gang
    • Dictionary (First appearance)
    • Dinky (Single appearance)
    • Dixie (Only appearance; dies)

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  • Lin Choo

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  • Vigilante's Lasso

Synopsis for Vigilante: "Crimes in Color"

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Appearing in The Three Aces: "The Djinn"

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  • The Djinn (Single appearance)

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  • Caspar Evans (Single appearance)
  • Miss Robbins (Single appearance)

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  • The Aces' Planes
  • A flying carpet (Destroyed)

Synopsis for The Three Aces: "The Djinn"

Caspar Evans, successful businessman, was at work in his office when he is kidnapped by a pair of gangsters riding a flying carpet! Fog, Gunner, and Whistler are on their trail, following the kidnappers and their carpet back to the swamp hideout of the Djinn, a mob boss. He used technology to make the carpet fly. The Aces rescue Evans, and put the Djinn in the hands of the police!

Appearing in Mr. America: "The Iron Giant"

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  • Queen Bee
  • Vo-Kan (Mechanical Giant) (Destroyed)
  • Joe (Single appearance)

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  • Markham (An inventor) (Single appearance)

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  • Mr. America's Flying Carpet

Synopsis for Mr. America: "The Iron Giant"

Tex Thomson, a.k.a. Mr America, takes down the Queen Bee, who is using a giant robot called Vo-Kan to frighten the citizens while she and her gang commit crimes.

Appearing in Congo Bill: "The Death of Congo Bill"

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  • Janet Logan (First appearance)

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  • Louie Logan (Only appearance; dies)
  • A Witch Doctor (Only appearance; dies)

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Synopsis for Congo Bill: "The Death of Congo Bill"

Congo Bill is sent into the Interior to arrest Louie Logan for conducting an illegal whiskey-for-ivory trade with the natives. This has caused the tribesmen to turn violent. Aided by a local witch doctor, Louie escapes Bill's custody and flees into the jungle. Bill is then led into a trap (spike-bottomed pit) and presumed dead. Louie then flees the area by boat. However, Bill survives the trap (the shriek that Louie heard was from his late ally the Witch Doctor, who fell into it instead) and meets up with Louie on the boat. Along the way there's a bunch of friction with Louie's hot-tempered daughter Janet, until it becomes clear that Louie really is a guilty rat. There's a scuffle, and Louie falls overboard and is eaten by crocodiles.

Appearing in Zatara: "Zatara versus Hitler"

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Synopsis for Zatara: "Zatara versus Hitler"

Zatara meets a group of young boys who convince him to end the war in Europe. The magician and his assistant Tong cross the Atlantic Ocean and begin disrupting the German military. Using magic, Zatara animates the Nazi weapons and turns them against their masters. After sending much of the equipment to England, Zatara heads to Berlin.

Zatara confronts the German people and speaks out against Adolph Hitler. He then confronts the Nazi leader in person. Hitler is beaten and pleads for mercy. Zatara demands that he go into exile and end the war.

Notes

  • Superman: The Devil's Playground is reprinted in Superman: The Action Comics Archives Vol. 3 and Superman Chronicles Vol. 8.
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  • Hitler's first name is spelled "Adolph" in the Zatara story. This was Hitler's first appearance in a DC comic; his next would be in Sensation Comics #4.
  • This issue's Zatara story is considered non-canonical. However:
    • Given the reality-bending extent of Zatara's own magical powers, he himself is perfectly capable of both making history and revising it.
    • In the fictional universe of Earth-Two, the history of which has from its inception onward been subject to revision, it is quite possible that these events happened, and later been made to un-happen. Examples of such self-negating stories include DC 2000 and All-Star Squadron #15.
    • Given that the fictional universe of Earth-Two was itself set in a spectrum of parallel universes, with eerily similar histories accentuated by sharp historical diversions, it is hard to rule out the claim that this story's events happened along a near-parallel timeline.

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