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"Red, White, and Blue: "Who Blew Up the Williams Works?"": A foreign agent blows up a munitions factory with an exploding arrow. Red Dugan and his two pals get after him, uncovering one clue after another, all pointing to Reggie Rumer, but then the mysterious archer turns out to be Mr. Rausch i



Appearing in Red, White, and Blue: "Who Blew Up the Williams Works?"

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  • Mysterious Archer
  • Mr. Rausch
  • Spotter

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  • Reggie Rumer

Synopsis for Red, White, and Blue: "Who Blew Up the Williams Works?"

A foreign agent blows up a munitions factory with an exploding arrow. Red Dugan and his two pals get after him, uncovering one clue after another, all pointing to Reggie Rumer, but then the mysterious archer turns out to be Mr. Rausch instead.

Appearing in Hop Harrigan: "Rescuing Chinese Refugees"

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Synopsis for Hop Harrigan: "Rescuing Chinese Refugees"

Hop's jealousy over Gerry and Maurice boils over and harsh things get said. Hop takes off in a huff, in Prop Wash's plane, no permission, no clearance, no nothing. He flies out over the Pacific, and manages to get lost for awhile, then ends up in China. There's a flood, and Hop gets a chance to use the plane to rescue a bunch of refugees from it. A reporter gets the story and relays it to America.

Hop returning home as a big hero goes a long way toward smoothing things over with Prop, but what does Gerry have to say?

Appearing in Adventures in the Unknown: "A Thousand Years a Minute (Part V)"

Featured Characters:

  • Alan Kane
  • Ted Dolliver

Other Characters:

  • Cave Men
    • Ikki (Dies)

Era:

  • Prehistoric Times
  • Modern Times

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Synopsis for Adventures in the Unknown: "A Thousand Years a Minute (Part V)"

Ted and Alan escape from the tribe of ape-men, with the help of their primitive friend Ikki. They plan to take Ikki back with them to 1939, and hand him off to a zoo or a sideshow, but later on, Ted accidentally shoots Ikki in the head, before they return their native time.

Appearing in Scribbly: "Sisty Puts the Moves on Dink"

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Synopsis for Scribbly: "Sisty Puts the Moves on Dink"

Amelia "Sisty" Hunkel gets a big old crush on Mortimer "Dinky" Jibbet, and pursues him with great ardor and persistence.

Appearing in Gary Concord, the Ultra-Man: "Tor Attacks America, Part 1"

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  • Guppy
  • Alec (First appearance)

Villains:

  • Tor
    • his legions

Other Characters:

  • Mikel (First appearance)
  • Tonio (First appearance)

Dates:

  • 2240

Locations:

  • United States of North America
  • Tor's Nation

Synopsis for Gary Concord, the Ultra-Man: "Tor Attacks America, Part 1"

Tor, the vengeful father of the late Stella Tor, and tyrant over an entire nation, goes to war against the United States of North America. He begins with a huge advantage, having captured Gary Concord, Jr., the High Moderator of the USNA. He conquers about half of America in a very short time.

Concord, meanshile, has been left under the guard of a war-weary soldier, pining only for his own endangered wife and mother. Gary plays on his disaffection and converts him to his side. Once freed, the Ultra-Man prepares to fight back against Tor.

Notes

  • "Mutt & Jeff" and "Cicero's Cat" (newspaper strip reprints) by Bud Fisher
  • "Reg'lar Fellers" and "Daisybelle" (newspaper strip reprints) by Gene Byrnes
  • "Always Belittlin'" and "Skippy" (newspaper strip reprints) by Percy Crosby
  • "Tippie" (newspaper strip reprints) by Dwina
  • "Toonerville Folks" and "Little Stanley" (newspaper strip reprints) by Fontaine Fox
  • "Wiley of West Point" (newspaper strip reprints) by Lt. Richard Rick
  • "Ben Webster" (newspaper strip reprints) by Edwin Alger
  • "Death's Playground" (text story, featuring Jimmy Stone) by George Shute
  • "Popsicle Pete a Typical American Boy" by Art Helfant

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