- At last, I've found my destiny! As Mr. Justice I'll fight for justice against all corruption and oppression! Wherever there are crime and criminals, you will find their enemy — Mr. Justice!
- -- Mr. Justice
Appearing in "Origin of Mr. Justice"
- Mr. Justice (First appearance) (Origin)
- Hawkes (Dies in flashback)
- MacDuff (Dies in flashback)
- a gang of kidnappers
- Gloria Piddle
Synopsis for "Origin of Mr. Justice"
FLASHBACK: In 1540, during the Roger's Rebellion in Scotland, conspirators brought Prince James of England to a fortress and murdered him. Such treachery caused his spirit to rise from his body and he strangled the traitors. His spirit continued to live within the fortress's walls for 200 years.
It is now WWII, The Home Security Ministry of London decides to preserve the fortress by dismantling it and shipping it to a sanctuary in America. Stone by stone the historic building is torn down, and while on its journey, a German submarine torpedoes the British ship, blowing everything to bits. As the ship sinks, a vapor form appears above, and the spirit of the martyred prince has returned to roam the world as Mr. Justice. His first task is to blend into modern society (by finding new clothes, and shedding his armor suit) and locate a woman who has been recently kidnapped.
Appearing in "The Dilemma of Slugs Morelli"
- Morelli's old gang
- Slugs Morelli
- Mike Morelli
Synopsis for "The Dilemma of Slugs Morelli"
The Fox goes after a notorious racketeer who has escaped from prison. When he catches up with him, the convict confides that his old gang has kidnapped his kid. They want their share of the dough that was stolen years ago, and are threatening to harm his son if they don't get it. The Fox teams up with the thug, and they bust into the hideout. The father saves his kid and the Fox snaps some photos. Later, the convict is paroled and Paul gives the story and pictures to Ruth Ransom.
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