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"Doll Man: "El Diablo Blanco"": Darrell Dane and Prof Roberts visited the Old West, where they may or may not have found the legendary El Diablo Blanco, a horse descended from Montezuma's own steed. Doll Man caught and tamed this wild horse. To help their pal Wampum, an Indian rancher, out of


Quote1 The planks are pretty weak. Oughtta be fixed or this bridge will collapse. Quote2
-- Doll Man



Appearing in Doll Man: "El Diablo Blanco"

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Synopsis for Doll Man: "El Diablo Blanco"

Darrell Dane and Prof Roberts visited the Old West, where they may or may not have found the legendary El Diablo Blanco, a horse descended from Montezuma's own steed. Doll Man caught and tamed this wild horse. To help their pal Wampum, an Indian rancher, out of a complicated situation, Doll Man hid behind this horse and created the effect that it was speaking, and then he also made sure this horse won a high-stakes local horserace. This helped Wampum to save his land from greedy mortgage-forecloser Quincy Gregg. Things went violently south then, and there was gunplay, then Doll Man and El Diablo Blanco pursued their enemy, straight onto a bridge that his own minions already had weakened. It collapsed; Gregg's death was confirmed by at least one eyewitness.

Appearing in Captain Fortune: "Sacrifice At Tafu"

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Appearing in "Big Top"

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Reprints from the Big Top comic strip

Appearing in Zero, Ghost Detective: "Ghost of the Coolnook Church"

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Synopsis for Zero, Ghost Detective: "Ghost of the Coolnook Church"

A new preacher comes to Coolnook Church, which is thought to be haunted, and actually is haunted; by continually knocking on his head, the ghost quickly drives Reverend Atwell mad, and he is committed to a sanitarium. Atwell's daughter Jean brings Zero in on the case; he interviews Atwell at the asylum; they are interrupted as Buno, a very insane inmate, grabs and flees with Jean, and escapes from the institution. Just then the preacher's head-knocking stops, from which the Ghost Detective deduces that Buno has been possessed by the spirit. Zero pursues Buno in his car, and is led back to the haunted church in Coolnook, where "the ghost-idiot" threatens to kill the girl unless Zero leaves, oh and by the way he's guarding an important treasure. Zero gloomily withdraws, but calculates that if the treasure can be found, and blessed, the spirit will be forced to return to its grave. The spirit meanwhile is in the belfry ringing the church bells, summoning shadowy grotesque forms to the church from every direction; this in turn draws a formidable crowd of really irate citizens to the scene. Zero tries to dissuade them from entering the church, but one hothead does just that. In the single second between him stepping through the doors until Zero catches up with him, the young man is already dead; now the ghosts are piling onto Zero. He pulls out his mirror, marked with a cross; this disperses the howling, shrieking ghosts, and they all vanish. Zero drops a big, heavy bell on the possessed madman, which traps him AND cracks open a hollow space in the stone stairs, with a bunch of money stuffed inside it. The evil spirit then quickly explains its own history and that it's now returning to its grave; Buno becomes once again a harmless loon and is returned to the sanitarium; Reverend Atwell recovers and leaves the sanitarium.

Appearing in Reynolds of the Mounted: "The Wildman of Wolf's Head Bay"

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Appearing in Spin Shaw: "Arctic Survival Mission"

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Appearing in Lala Palooza: "Super Chap"

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Reprints from the Lala Plaooza comic strip

Appearing in Rance Keane: "The Shakespeare Snatch"

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Appearing in "Mickey Finn"

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Reprints from the Mickey Finn comic strip

Appearing in Poison Ivy: "The One-Man Brooklyn Dodgers"

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Appearing in The Voice: "The Black Mask"

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  • The Blue Gold Oilfield

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  • The Yankee Limited (high-speed luxury passenger train)

Synopsis for The Voice: "The Black Mask"

His first two successes led Mr Elixer dba The Voice to commit himself to crime fighting. The Voice began fielding requests for help and installed a special one-way mirror ("mirro-glass"). He would speak to potential "clients" from behind it.
A hundred gallons of nitroglycerin went missing from the Blue Gold Oilfield "near here." Elixir soon found himself up against his own masked villain, the Black Mask, who had a plan for wrecking The Yankee Limited and robbing a safe in the baggage car. Mr Elixir throws his voice with the aid of his magic mouthpiece, into the car of the badguys (misleading them towards the police) and of the police (warning them about the oncoming badguys).

Appearing in Capt. Bruce Blackburn, Counterspy: "The Hearing Eye"

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Appearing in Rusty Ryan: "Mystery In the Mine Shaft"

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Appearing in Samar: "The Panther Men"

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Synopsis for Samar: "The Panther Men"

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Notes

  • Mr Elixir's aide-de-camp, absent from last issue but back in this story, is named Fogarty in this issue.

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