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"Wonder Woman: "The Mystery of the House of Seven Gables"": At the request of General Darnell . Steve Trevor and Diana Prince head to the New England coast to keep an eye out for spies and sabo



Appearing in Wonder Woman: "The Mystery of the House of Seven Gables"

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Synopsis for Wonder Woman: "The Mystery of the House of Seven Gables"

At the request of General Darnell . Steve Trevor and Diana Prince head to the New England coast to keep an eye out for spies and saboteurs.

The disappearance of a young boy named Tommy then leads Diana to try and locate him, and she discovers a group of 5th Columnists who are connected to the Nazis that are to come ashore as invaders, including a store-owner. She exposes them by tricking them into performing the Hitler salute. They decide to eliminate her, so tie her up, gag her, and place her in a sack hoping to smother her. While they are in other room she escapes and changes to Wonder Woman, placing a dummy made from hams on a broom into the sack. The men tie an anchor to it and throw it into the sea. Tommy has been captured by the Nazis as the store-owner suspected he was spying on him after he asked to do work to pay for food. The Nazis try to make Tommy tell them a safe place to land and he says the House of Seven Gables, which he knows is guarded. Wonder Woman goes there but is knocked out from behind by an anchor. As they approach he cries out and is knocked out. A girl investigates but is silenced by a Nazi. The Nazis find a girl in a bed upstairs, one wakes her up and threatens to shoot the girl. The two girls are gagged and tied to bedposts. Wonder Woman goes to the house and frees the girls. She finds Tommy tied to a chair and gagged downstairs, in the same room as a Nazi. Wonder Woman defeats him and frees Tommy. Wonder Woman, aided by Steve and Etta Candy, go to the Shipyards and attack the Nazis as they try to bomb a new aircraft carrier. Wonder Woman sees the ship moving and thinking a bomb must have launched it. Using her strength she is able to stop it and men are able to fix it in place.

Appearing in Red, White, and Blue: "The Smell That Spelled J-A-I-L"

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(reprinted from All-Star Comics #2)

Appearing in Ghost Patrol: "Hitler is a Bum"

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Appearing in Minute Movies: "Fingers of Fate"

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Appearing in Black Pirate: "The Scourge of the Seas"

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  • Justin Valor

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Appearing in Green Lantern: "The Adventure of Luckless Lenore"

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  • Doon [Uncle Dinwiddie]

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Appearing in Wildcat: "Crime Takes the Count"

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Appearing in "Scribbly"

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Appearing in Flash: "Crime's Birthday Party"

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  • Horseface

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Notes

  • Published by Gainlee Publishing Co.
  • This comic book sold for 15 cents, and packed 96 pages. Most comics of that era sold for 10 cents, with 64 pages.
  • The Red White and Blue story is a reprint.
  • This complete issue is reprinted in Comic Cavalcade Archives #1.
  • Green Lantern: In "The Adventure of Luckless Lenore". Green Lantern says a different oath when charging his power ring. ""Let all power and triumph be mine, in whatever right I do". This oath was never used again.
  • Also appearing in this issue of Comic Cavalcade was:
    • Hop Harrigan: "Japanese Beetle Trouble" (text story)

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