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"Sandra of the Secret Service: "The Stolen Jewels"": (reprinted from More Fun Comics #28 & #29)



Appearing in Sandra of the Secret Service: "The Stolen Jewels"

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Synopsis for Sandra of the Secret Service: "The Stolen Jewels"

(reprinted from More Fun Comics #28 & #29)

Appearing in Dr. Occult: "Vampire Venom"

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Synopsis for Dr. Occult: "Vampire Venom"

(reprinted from More Fun Comics #28)

Appearing in "Pirate Gold"

  • Appearances not yet listed

Synopsis for "Pirate Gold"

(reprinted from More Fun Comics #28 & #29)

Appearing in Johnnie Law: "The Dope Peddlers"

Featured Characters:

  • Johnnie Law

Synopsis for Johnnie Law: "The Dope Peddlers"

(reprinted from More Fun Comics #28 & #29)

Appearing in Jack Woods: "The Horse Thief"

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Synopsis for Jack Woods: "The Horse Thief"

(reprinted from More Fun Comics #28)

Appearing in Dr. Occult: "The Spectral Killer"

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Supporting Characters:

  • Sgt. Ellsworth

Villains:

  • Ed Murphy

Synopsis for Dr. Occult: "The Spectral Killer"

(reprinted from More Fun Comics #29)

Notes

  • Also appearing in this issue of Double Action Comics were:
    • Sam the Porter, by Russell Cole, (from More Fun Comics #29)
    • Hanko the Cowhand, by Creig Flessel, (from More Fun Comics #28)
    • Spike Spalding, by Vincent Sullivan, (from More Fun Comics #28)
    • Woozy Watts, by Russell Cole, (from More Fun Comics #28 & #29)
    • Bob Merritt, art by Leo E. O'Mealia, (from More Fun Comics #28)
    • Mark Marson, by Tom Hickey, (from More Fun Comics #28 & #29)
    • Little Linda, by Whitney Ellsworth, (from More Fun Comics #28)
    • Three Musketeers, adapted by Sven Elven, (from More Fun Comics #28)
    • Magic Crystal of History: "King John and the Magna Carta", by Homer Fleming, (from More Fun Comics #28)
    • Brad Hardy, by Tom Hickey, (from More Fun Comics #28)
    • Marty McCann, by Ed Cronin, (from More Fun Comics #28 & #29)
    • Hanko the Cowhand, by Creig Flessel, (from More Fun Comics #29)

Trivia

This publication reprints various series from previous years, mostly More Fun Comics #28 (January 1938).



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Recommended Reading

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