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"Hawkman: "Trouble in Suburbia"": Carter Hall and Shiera Sanders learn about a real estate swindle in Suburbia. Hawkman breaks into the Real Buys company office to check their records. A guard attacks him, but Hawkman fights him off. Shiera also goes to the office and is captured by the guard. W



Appearing in Hawkman: "Trouble in Suburbia"

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Villains:

  • Edward Northrup
  • Billings

Other Characters:

  • Tom

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  • Suburbia

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Synopsis for Hawkman: "Trouble in Suburbia"

Carter Hall and Shiera Sanders learn about a real estate swindle in Suburbia. Hawkman breaks into the Real Buys company office to check their records. A guard attacks him, but Hawkman fights him off. Shiera also goes to the office and is captured by the guard. When Hawkman returns, Edward Northrup, the head of the company, flees. Shiera frees herself and takes the records to the police. Hawkman tracks down Northrup and leaves him for the authorities.

Appearing in Johnny Thunder: "The Crooked Ski Resort"

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  • Hubert Angel (Single appearance)
  • Bub Harms (Single appearance)

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  • Herman Darling

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Synopsis for Johnny Thunder: "The Crooked Ski Resort"

Johnny Thunder and Daisy Darling visit a ski resort owned by Daisy's father. The resort has not been making money because the resort manager Hubert Angel has been sabotaging the customers. Angel wants the resort to fail so that he can buy it cheaply. The crook then tries to sabotage Johnny and Daisy causing them to fall on the ski jump. The Thunderbolt saves the couple, and Johnny has Angel fired. Under proper management, the ski resort business improves.

Appearing in Flash: "The Kidnapping of Natalie Nixon"

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  • The Chief
  • Dopey

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  • Natalie Nixon
  • James

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Synopsis for Flash: "The Kidnapping of Natalie Nixon"

Jay Garrick witnesses the kidnapping of glamour girl Natalie Nixon. He follows them as the Flash in order to learn the identity of the gang’s boss. Once he locates the boss, he releases Natalie and returns to capture the gang. The gang boss has special glasses that allow him to see Flash while he is moving at high speeds. Flash manages to defeat him anyway and turn the crooks over to the police.

Appearing in King Standish: "Saved from Drowning"

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  • Gas Guffy

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  • Senator Jones

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Synopsis for King Standish: "Saved from Drowning"

The King witness a car crash into a river. He dives in and pulls out the car's occupant, Senator Jones, who was recently kidnapped. Disguising himself as the senator, the King meets the kidnappers who are set to receive the ransom. At first they believe the King is the senator's ghost. They eventually realize their plan has been foiled and are apprehended by the police.

Appearing in The Whip: "Land Thieves"

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  • Duncan Sage
  • Running Elk

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Synopsis for The Whip: "Land Thieves"

Five corrupt businessmen find oil on Indian land. They decide to scare the Indians into selling the land by haunting their hunting grounds. The Indians are worked into a frenzy and blame a local hermit. The Whip investigates and discovers that the hermit is actually working for the businessmen. While he is being captured by the crooks, Marisa Dillon is taken prisoner by the Indians.

Notes

  • Aside from the stories above, this issue contains:
  • Cliff Cornwall: "In Search of Goldie" by Sheldon Moldoff
  • Rod Rian of the Skypolice: "Sea Serpent" by Paul H. Jepsen
  • ""Danger Danger" A Flash "picture novelette"" by Ed Wheelan
  • "Elixir of Goodwill" by Evelyn Gaines (text story)

Trivia

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Recommended Reading

  • None.


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