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"Kid Eternity: "Oil Fever"": The lack of an education displays itself in the Kid's inability to call upon the proper historical figures, in a situation involving the rescuing of people from a flaming oil rig. But the Kid learns his lesson and promises Keep to study up on history at the local lib



Appearing in Kid Eternity: "Oil Fever"

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  • Sam Skink

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Synopsis for Kid Eternity: "Oil Fever"

The lack of an education displays itself in the Kid's inability to call upon the proper historical figures, in a situation involving the rescuing of people from a flaming oil rig. But the Kid learns his lesson and promises Keep to study up on history at the local library.

Appearing in Her Highness: "Her Highness's School of the Dance"

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Appearing in Bob and Swab: "Shore Leave in Egypt"

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Appearing in Betty Bates: "Prof. Bone's Formula for Death"

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Synopsis for Betty Bates: "Prof. Bone's Formula for Death"

Betty runs afoul of the caped, hooded, and masked villain called the Masked Intruder (Jeffries the Butler), who was simply trying to protect his master (Professor Bones).

Appearing in Stormy Foster: "The Invincible Ah Choo"

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Synopsis for Stormy Foster: "The Invincible Ah Choo"

Ah Choo believes that a vitamin regime for himself would help him impress his new love interest, Ah Mee, so he ends up taking Stormy's super-vitamins. It does impress her, but too late, as other girls have taken an interest in Ah Choo. In order to stem the tide of this "Chinese Great Defender", Stormy vows to hide his special vitamins much better. Along the way, they foil a spy plot by enemy agents posing as newsreel filmmakers.

  • The Great Defender has got his fake mustache back.

Appearing in Bill the Magnificent: "One-Punch Ramon"

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