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"Doll Man: "The Dishonorables"": A small gang of dishonorably-discharged, embittered traitors poisons the NYC water supply with an extremely potent nerve toxin, and turns the population into high-strung nervous wrecks. Then the gang collaborates with the Luftwaffe to bring about a [[Quality_Uni


Quote1 Darling .. I mean MARTHA .. How long have you felt like this? Quote2
-- Doll Man



Appearing in Doll Man: "The Dishonorables"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Villains:

Other Characters:

  • Mayor of New York City

Locations:

Items:

  • Dishonorables' Nerve Toxin
    • Induces anxiety, and thirst, thus in the water supply it is virtually addictive.
    • Antidote = salt.

Animals:

  • stolen Zoo Eagle

Vehicles:

  • ten or more German 2-engine bombers
  • some U.S. fighter planes

Synopsis for Doll Man: "The Dishonorables"

A small gang of dishonorably-discharged, embittered traitors poisons the NYC water supply with an extremely potent nerve toxin, and turns the population into high-strung nervous wrecks. Then the gang collaborates with the Luftwaffe to bring about a bombing raid on New York City.

Doll Man busts up the gang, and learns from one member the antidote for the nerve poison. It's salt, which a thirsty person would never consider consuming. He gets to the Mayor's office and broadcasts a message on radio, advising everybody to eat salt right away. And it's none too soon, either, because the bombers are on their way. But the salt works very quickly, so New Yorkers both civilian and military, regain their wits, deploy their air defenses, and defeat the air-raid.

Appearing in Samar: "Snake Country"

Featured Characters:

Villains:

  • Natives of Snake Country
    • Witch Doctor
    • warriors

Other Characters:

  • white girl
  • her twin sister

Locations:

Synopsis for Samar: "Snake Country"

Samar invades a dangerous area in order to reunite two long-separated twin sisters.

Appearing in Reynolds of the Mounted: "What Is The New Skyrocket Plane?"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Flatfoot

Villains:

  • Jenkins, pilot
  • at least two other spies

Other Characters:

  • Jimmy Cutter
  • Mr. Cutter, airplane designer

Locations:

Items:

  • Cutter's Skyrocket Blueprints

Vehicles:

Synopsis for Reynolds of the Mounted: "What Is The New Skyrocket Plane?"

It's a Grumman XF5F. Spies steal the blueprints and Sgt. Jim pilots the prototype in pursuit of them, with Flatfoot riding in the 2nd seat. He overtakes the getaway plane of the spies, and shoots it down. That set of blueprints, plus at least one spy, are destroyed.

Appearing in "Nippie // Mickey Finn"

Featured Characters:

  • Nippie
  • Mickey Finn

Synopsis for "Nippie // Mickey Finn"

(newspaper strip reprints)

"Nippie" runs across the tops of the "Mickey Finn" pages.

Appearing in "Fargo Kid"

Featured Characters:

Villains:

  • Duke (Dies)
    • his henchmen
  • Slats Mallon

Other Characters:

  • State Governor
  • his daughter
  • Indian braves

Locations:

  • Southwestern USA

Synopsis for "Fargo Kid"

To spring Slats Mallon from death row, his partner Duke has his henchmen disguise themselves as Indians and kidnap the State Governor. The Governor's daughter recruits the Fargo Kid and some Indian braves to get him back.

Appearing in "Lala Plaooza"

Featured Characters:

  • Lala Palooza

Supporting Characters:

  • Vincent Palooza

Synopsis for "Lala Plaooza"

(newspaper strip reprints)

Appearing in Swing Sisson: "In Hollywood"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Bonnie
  • Toby

Villains:

  • Masked Marvel

Locations:

Synopsis for Swing Sisson: "In Hollywood"

Swing Sisson, along with Bonnie and Toby, travel to Hollywood to appear in a movie. A mysterious man makes several attempts to murder Swing. Bonnie dubs this guy the "Masked Marvel", and he turns out to be an embittered ex-bandleader, who hates Swing music.

Appearing in Zero, Ghost Detective: "Sally's Sorority"

Featured Characters:

Villains:

  • Alice's mother's ghost

Other Characters:

  • Sally, Zero's niece
  • Betty, Sally's sorority sister
  • Alice, a ghost

Locations:

  • private boarding school

Synopsis for Zero, Ghost Detective: "Sally's Sorority"

At Zero's niece's private school, one girl (Alice) has killed herself because of not being inducted into the niece's sorority, and shortly later the girl's mother died of a stroke. Now the mother's vengeful ghost was menacing the sorority girls. It attacks Betty, the dead girl's former best friend, but Zero arrives and chases away the ghost. According to Betty, Alice really killed herself because of bad grades, and the mother's ghost was wrongly blaming the sorority. Alice's ghost appears to Zero, asking for help with this matter.

Zero's first attempt to communicate with the killer ghost fails completely, and afterward the ghost sneaks up on Zero and bludgeons him over the head with a wooden chair, knocking him out. Then the ghost kidnaps Betty out of her room, takes her to a pond in the garden outside, and tries to drown her. Zero rallies up in time to tackle the mother ghost, and the daughter ghost catches up to them and informs the mother ghost about Betty's innocence. The two ghosts depart together, forever.

Appearing in Rusty Ryan and the Boyville Brigadiers: "The Black Dragon - Once Again!"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Boyville Brigade:
    • Smiley Scott
    • Ed
    • Whitey
    • Scotty

Villains:

Other Characters:

  • Colonel Ames (Dies)

Locations:

Items:

  • Black Dragon's rubber masks

Vehicles:

  • a dozen troop ships

Synopsis for Rusty Ryan and the Boyville Brigadiers: "The Black Dragon - Once Again!"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in Spider Widow: "Madame Largossi"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Bob Ableson

Villains:

Other Characters:

  • Jo-Jo

Locations:


Animals:

  • Spider Widow's large, numerous spiders

Items:

Vehicles:

  • Madame Largossi's cargo ship
  • U.S. Coast Guard patrol boat

Synopsis for Spider Widow: "Madame Largossi"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in Spin Shaw: "Japanese Fleet"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Admiral

Villains:

Other Characters:


Locations:

  • Sanboon, Far Eastern harbor
  • Wurabaya, Japanese base

Items:


Vehicles:

  • U.S. battleships and 1 aircraft carrier
  • 10 or more Japanese warships (Destroyed)
  • squadron of U.S. torpedo bombers (several are destroyed)
  • U.S. tugboat and derelict cruiser (Destroyed)

Synopsis for Spin Shaw: "Japanese Fleet"

Ace torpedo bomber pilot S.R. "Spin" Shaw uses a tugboat to drag a hopelessly damaged U.S. cruiser into position to sink it in the mouth of an enemy harbor. Shaw gets captured and escapes.

Notes

  • Doll Man:
    • "The Dishonorables" all wear KKK-style white outfits.
    • As it was in Feature Comics Vol 1 55, the airbase of the German bombers is not identified or even hinted at.
    • Unlike Feature Comics Vol 1 55, the German planes have German markings.
  • Reynolds of the Mounted:
  • Also appearing in this issue of Feature Comics were:
    • "Big Top", art by Bernard Dibble
    • "Poison Ivy", art by Gill Fox
    • "Black Market" (text story, featuring Perry Scott)
    • "Homer Doodle and Son", by Arthur Beeman

Trivia

  • No trivia.



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Recommended Reading

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