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"A Good Neighbor": Captain Marvel must save the latin-themed Lantenego street from be destroyed by the unscrupulous Henry Perkins.



Appearing in "A Good Neighbor"

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  • Juanita Castilla (Single appearance)
  • Señora Castilla (Single appearance)

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  • Henry Perkins (Single appearance)

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  • Tom Lyman (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "A Good Neighbor"

Captain Marvel must save the latin-themed Lantenego street from be destroyed by the unscrupulous Henry Perkins.

Appearing in "The World's Greatest Stuntman"

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  • Igor Yellzit, film director (Single appearance)

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Appearing in "The Camera Fiend"

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Appearing in "The Cult of Curse, part 3: Arena of Horror"

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Synopsis for "The Cult of Curse, part 3: Arena of Horror"

Captain Marvel saves the crowd from being eaten by Oggar's lions and cages the attacking animals. Oggar manages to find four people willing to join his cult, but they turn out to be loonies who think they're Julius Caesar, Samson, Nero, and Napoleon Bonaparte. He plans to slay them for wasting his time, but then realizes their delusions may be useful in restoring world of ancient Rome and Egypt. The villain brands them with the mark of the cloven hoof and threatens that if they fail or desert him, the curse will drive them insane.

Captain Marvel catches up to Oggar and after another pointless battle he gives up and decides to destroy Oggar's temple. The immortal conjures a flying chariot to escape with his new converts, not realizing he's left "Samson" behind, who follows the example of his namesake and thinks he's tearing down the temple Captain Marvel's actually destroyed. For deserting Oggar the curse strikes "Samson." However since he was already insane, it instead reverses his condition and leaves him sane again.

Meanwhile Oggar sets up a race track in Death Valley, and secretly has the gamblers who show up for the race sign a contract to join the Cult of the Curse if his horse wins. Captain Marvel enters the race himself to save the unwitting victims.

Notes

The Cult of the Curse chapter has the same title as the one before it. The teaser from the previous issue gives the title as "The Mark of the Cloven Hoof."

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Superboy Vol 4 69
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