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"Bulletman: "Mr. Murder"": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.

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Bulletman: "Mr. Murder"

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The Devil's Dagger: "The Paralysis Gas"

El Carim, Master of Magic: "The Summons of Wizzar"

Minute-Man the One Man Army: "Nuggerud the Agitator"

Capt. Venture and the Planet Princess: "The Ice Planet"

Companions Three: "Search For the Golden God"

Buck Jones, Frontier Marshall: "Menace In the Mine"

Zoro, The Mystery Man: "The Secret of Rantrill Mansion"

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Appearing in The Devil's Dagger: "The Paralysis Gas"

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Appearing in El Carim, Master of Magic: "The Summons of Wizzar"

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  • Wizzar (As a spirit)

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  • Rashtala
    • his spearmen (turned into trees)
    • his archers (some die)
  • Manghi
  • old witch

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  • King Rhongu (Dies)
  • Princess Illean
  • unnamed dungeon escapee

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  • Zaam, a planet

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Synopsis for El Carim, Master of Magic: "The Summons of Wizzar"

El Carim, the Master of Magic, is visited by the spirit of Wizzar, the Father of All Magic, who tells him that the far-off planet of Zaam is now being ruled by the treacherous Rashtala, who has murdered King Rhongu, and who holds Princess Illean in prison. Wizzar provides El Carim with Wodan's Fire Chariot, and sends him off to right this wrong.

Riding behind Pizar & Wangar, El Carim quickly arrives at planet Zaam. His approach is detected by Manghi, a Zaamian astronomer, but Rashtala disbelieves his report, at first. After all, Wodan's Chariot hasn't been seen since Wizzar's death, but the astronomer sticks to his story. Rashtala calls out all of his guards, the general populace mills about in near panic, and El Carim lands his chariot outside of the main town, sending the mighty horses away to rest.

Soldiers sprint out to arrest El Carim and he quietly goes along with them to Rashtala's throne room, and states his mission there. Rashtala lies about Princess Illean being already dead, but just then a ragged, desperate man scrambles into the room and declares Illean to be alive and Rashtala to be a liar. Rashtala orders his guards to take away both this guy and El Carim, but with a single gesture the Master of Magic has enveloped himself and his informant in a flaming cloud of smoke; they vanish. Reappearing outside the palace, El Carim asks the guy for directions to the tower where Illean is held; it's several leagues away. Soon they are set upon by a large number of spearmen, but with another gesture El Carim turns them into trees, with human heads.

Meanwhile Rashtala and Manghi are consulting with an old witch; she says the magic words: "BALOONGA, BANGA! BANGA . . . . BALOONGA!", then warns them: the Man of the Chariot is El Carim, heir to the power of Wizzar! Rashtala laughingly gloats that the mighty El Carim is already a prisoner of his spearmen. That's when he gets the news that they've all been turned into trees.

El Carim and his still-unnamed pal show up at the main gate of the prison tower and demand entrance; they are rudely rebuffed and lied to, still with the same story about Illean being dead, followed up by volleys of archery. El Carim sends all the arrows directly back where they came from, and some of the archers are killed. The drawbridge is dropped and the tower's garrison charges out to attack El Carim, who with one gesture and a few words, sets them to fighting among themselves. The nameless guy spots the Princess at a tower window, and El Carim conjures up a very long stairway for her to descend to ground level. They then return to Rashtala's capital and confront the pretender, interrupting his windbag speech about how he is now the rightful king because of Illean being dead. El Carim does another big magic whammy, and suddenly Rashtala is seated on his throne, with his head in a noose, with the rope running up to a very tall branch. Goodbyes are said, and El Carim flies away in Wodan's Chariot.

In the last panel, El Carim looks out at the reader and declares that he'll be back next month.

Appearing in Minute-Man the One Man Army: "Nuggerud the Agitator"

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Appearing in Capt. Venture and the Planet Princess: "The Ice Planet"

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  • King Leon
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Appearing in Companions Three: "Search For the Golden God"

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  • Hook Harrigan

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Appearing in Buck Jones, Frontier Marshall: "Menace In the Mine"

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Appearing in Zoro, The Mystery Man: "The Secret of Rantrill Mansion"

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