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DC Special Vol 1 25

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DC Special Vol 1 25

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"The 3 Musketeers: "Die by the Sword"": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.



Appearing in The 3 Musketeers: "Die by the Sword"

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Synopsis for The 3 Musketeers: "Die by the Sword"

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Appearing in Robin Hood: "The Forest of Traps"

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  • The Merrie Men

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  • Prince John (Behind the scenes)
  • Merrie Men-Impersonators (Single appearance)

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  • Quarterstaff
  • Robin Hood's Bow and Arrow

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Synopsis for Robin Hood: "The Forest of Traps"

This story is reprinted from Brave and the Bold #7.

Three groups of men hired by Prince John to impersonate Robin Hood and his Merrie band, are robbing the good people of Tynesbury, in an attempt to ruin Robin Hood's reputation. Robin Hood must round up the thieving imposters to clear his name and those of him men.

Appearing in Robin Hood: "The Bow That Couldn't Be Bent"

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  • Old Hugh (First appearance)

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  • Osric (Single appearance)

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  • Sir Rolf (First appearance)

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  • Robin Hood's Yew Longbow

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  • None

Synopsis for Robin Hood: "The Bow That Couldn't Be Bent"

This story is reprinted from Brave and the Bold #15.

The story of Robin Hood as a young boy, and the time he first learned how to use the Yew longbow.

Appearing in Viking Prince: "The Outcast Viking"

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  • Gunnda

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  • Baldur (Single appearance)

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  • Captain Olaf

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Synopsis for Viking Prince: "The Outcast Viking"

This story is reprinted from Brave and the Bold #8.

The old seer, Baldur, predicts doom will come to the village as long as Jon stays within. The villagers vote to exile him, but they have a change of heart after he saves them from a stampede of unfrozen mastodons.

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  • This book was first published on September 9, 1976.
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