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"Doll Man: "The Giant of Evil, Magog"": Magog, the self-styled Greatest of the Giants, an eight-foot-tall lunatic, with very bad manners and a pompous demeanor, invites himself into Doctor Roberts’ house; he has invented a serum which will increase the size of any person, he believes that all hu



Appearing in Doll Man: "The Giant of Evil, Magog"

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  • Magog (Only appearance; dies)
  • Cardiff
  • Bashan

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Synopsis for Doll Man: "The Giant of Evil, Magog"

Magog, the self-styled Greatest of the Giants, an eight-foot-tall lunatic, with very bad manners and a pompous demeanor, invites himself into Doctor Roberts’ house; he has invented a serum which will increase the size of any person, he believes that all humanity would be better off if all people were much bigger, and he tries to bully Roberts into helping him to assist the world in seeing the value of his big project. Roberts and his friend Darrel Dane and his daughter Martha all stand up to the big creep, and the giant takes a great interest in Martha. He pays her some compliments and more politely leaves, but he’s already scheming up a new bad idea.

Doll Man quietly follows the hulking brute to his heavily-reinforced underground hangout, and stealthily slips inside, observing as Magog confers with two hench-giants, Cardiff and Bashan. Magog makes clear that he’s very fond of Martha, and bullies his subordinates into playing along with this new complication in their big plan: he wants to abduct and giantize Martha. Bashan accepts this, as long as the rest of humanity dies. Magog leaves on his kidnapping errand, Doll Man stays put and keeps listening, the hench-giants wonder aloud if Roberts’ associate Darrel Dane would have been easier to deal with than Roberts. Doll Man surprises them by getting Darrel-sized. They grab Dane, tie him up, toss him in a big chair, and get ready to administer some giant juice, thus, they figure, bringing him over to their side. Also they’re going to kill all the regular-size people in the city by pouring poison in the reservoir. But just before they can inject the hypodermic needle into Darrel’s arm, he gets small, talks smack, and starts beating them up with his trademark jump-punches.

Magog meanwhile has arrived back at the Robertses’ house, smashes his way in thru a closed window, flicks Dr. Roberts across the room with one wrist-gesture, grabs Martha, and stomps back to his base with her slung over his shoulder. Doll Man is still there when he gets there, and both of his fellow giants are strewn about unconscious. There’s another big furniture-breaking fight, and at the end of it, Magog falls down dead. His own giant body was simply too much for his heart to keep up with, according to Doll Man.

Afterward: Police have collected all the serums and poisons. Doctor Roberts survived being flicked across the room, with no broken bones. Both of the hench-giants were found to be insane and placed in the State Hospital.

Appearing in Rusty Ryan: "The Stone God of Echo Island"

Featured Characters

Supporting Characters:

  • Alababa
  • Pierpont Lee

Villains:

  • Hardy
  • Carson

Other Characters:

  • Chief Kuzama

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  • Echo Island

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Synopsis for Rusty Ryan: "The Stone God of Echo Island"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in "Lala Plaooza"

Featured Characters:

  • Lala Palooza

Synopsis for "Lala Plaooza"

(newspaper strip reprints)

Appearing in Swing Sisson: "Trumpet Call of Death"

Featured Characters

Supporting Characters:

  • Bonnie Baxter

Villains:

  • Morgy (Dies)
  • Keply

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  • Castle

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Synopsis for Swing Sisson: "Trumpet Call of Death"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in Officer Shenanigan: "School Traffic Squad"

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Synopsis for Officer Shenanigan: "School Traffic Squad"

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Notes

  • Doll Man:
    • The second time Doll Man gets small in this story, a visible nimbus of swirling stars appears above his head, momentarily confusing Cardiff the Giant. This molecular effect, while often described in captions, is not typically illustrated.
  • Also featured in this issue of Feature Comics were:
    • "Big Top" (newspaper strip reprints), by Bernard Dibble
    • "The Best Policy" (text story), featuring Doll Man

Trivia

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Recommended Reading

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