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"Haunted Tank: "The $150 Million Shot!"": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.


Quote1 Bingo!! We struck the jackpot! More green than all the shamrocks in Ireland... $150 million in loot the Nazis salted away in this deserted mine... and it's all ours of the taking! Quote2
-- Lt. Jeb Stuart



Appearing in Haunted Tank: "The $150 Million Shot!"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Villains:

  • German Artillery soldiers
  • German Infantry soldiers
  • German pilots

Other Characters:

  • French citizens
  • French gas station owner
  • French restaurant chef
  • American pilots
  • Maquis leader Raoul

Locations:

Items:

  • stacks of $1,000 bills

Vehicles:

  • The Haunted Tank
  • German Panzerkampfwagen II
  • American GMC "Jimmy" cargo truck
  • German Messerschmitt Bf 109 fighter plane
  • American Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress

Synopsis for Haunted Tank: "The $150 Million Shot!"

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Appearing in OSS: "The Time Bomb Spy!"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Villains:

  • Unnamed German Double-Agent (Dies)
  • General Von Hessler (Dies)
  • German Special Espionage Agents
  • Japanese Special Espionage Agents
  • German Ski Troops

Other Characters:

  • Control Impersonator (Dies)

Locations:

Items:

  • Broken button
  • Skis

Synopsis for OSS: "The Time Bomb Spy!"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in The Unknown War: "Passport For Escape"

Featured Characters:

  • Lt. Henry Lake

Supporting Characters:

  • Yang Muda (Dies)

Villains:

  • Japanese Infantry soldiers

Other Characters:

  • British Infantry major
  • British Infantry soldiers
  • Malaysian boy
  • Malaysian villagers
  • Malaysian Sakai tribesmen
  • Tamil Rubber workers

Locations:

Items:

  • Malaysian necklace

Synopsis for The Unknown War: "Passport For Escape"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in The Unknown Battlefront: "Tin Pot Pottery"

Featured Characters:

  • American Infantry Private "The Kid"

Supporting Characters:

  • American Infantry Sergeant "Sarge"
  • American Infantry Corporal

Villains:

  • German Infantry soldiers

Other Characters:

  • Private Eddie (Dies)
  • American Infantry soldiers
  • Liselotte (In a photograph only)

Locations:

Items:

  • German Luger pistol
  • American G.I. Helmet

Synopsis for The Unknown Battlefront: "Tin Pot Pottery"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in Haunted Tank: "The Trojan Tank!"

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Other Characters:

  • American Artillery soldiers

Locations:

Items:

  • Canteen
  • History book
  • Knife

Vehicles:

Synopsis for Haunted Tank: "The Trojan Tank!"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in "Death Comes in Three's"

Featured Characters:

  • Sergeant
  • Private Starke (Dies)

Supporting Characters:

  • Private Jones

Villains:

  • German Infantry soldiers

Other Characters:

  • American Infantry soldiers

Locations:

Items:

  • Land mine

Synopsis for "Death Comes in Three's"

Carrying two of their own dead, a battle-weary patrol heads back to the American lines. Private Starke is worried, telling his sergeant that he has always believed that death strikes in three of a kind. Two have already been killed, and now one of them is the target of death. They hear gunfire, and turn around to find Private Jones lying face down on the ground. Starke sees it as confirmation of his superstition, but then Jones gets up, alive and with only a small wound on his leg. The Sarge, smug that Starke's beliefs have been proven false, orders him over to help Jones. But then, as Starke runs over, he steps on a land mine and is killed. The Sarge is shocked... Starke was right! The third dead was his own!

Notes

  • This issue also includes a one-page text "Famous Fighting Outfits: The Magnificent 1st Marines (Part 1)", a brief history of the 1st Marine Division in World War II and the Korean War from their landing in Guadalcanal through the battle of Inchon until their return to Camp Pendleton after Korea.
  • The back cover contains an "All About Small Arms" Combat Album profile for the 40mm Grenade Launcher, a single-shot, shoulder-fired, break-action grenade launcher that first appeared during the Vietnam War, with text and art by Sam Glanzman.

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