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"Master Man: "The World's Greatest Scourge: War"": In his HQ atop the highest mountain peak on Earth, Master Man sees war in Europe, on his "troublescope," and fights his way through an army of Adolfusstan soldiers, righting wrongs on his way to confront King Adolfuss. Along the way, Master M


Quote1 Crash, lightning! Roar, thunder! You can't hurt me! Quote2
-- Master Man



Appearing in Master Man: "The World's Greatest Scourge: War"

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  • Europe
    • Adolfuss

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  • Master Man's Troublescope

Synopsis for Master Man: "The World's Greatest Scourge: War"

In his HQ atop the highest mountain peak on Earth, Master Man sees war in Europe, on his "troublescope," and fights his way through an army of Adolfusstan soldiers, righting wrongs on his way to confront King Adolfuss. Along the way, Master Man throws a quasi-Nazi soldier (they wear counterclockwise swastikas) from a plane, making sure that he lands in a bale of hay so as not to be injured; although a few hours earlier he killed a submarine full of Adolfusstan sailors. In the final confrontation, Master Man and Adolfuss slug it out for three hours. Adolfuss knuckles under and calls off the war and is exiled for all time.

Appearing in White Rajah: "The Lost Mummy"

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Appearing in The Devil's Dagger: "Bonanza Bill's Treasure Chest"

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  • Sandra Cole

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  • Jeff Marlowe

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  • Carterville

Synopsis for The Devil's Dagger: "Bonanza Bill's Treasure Chest"

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Appearing in Morton Murch, The Hillbilly Hero: "The Peace Gas

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Appearing in Shipwreck Roberts: "Dr. Drown's Spy System"

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  • "Deep Sea" Doodle

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  • Doctor Drown

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Synopsis for Shipwreck Roberts: "Dr. Drown's Spy System"

The evil Dr. Drown is rescuing spies that have been deported and taking them back to America, and Shipwreck Roberts must stop him. The villain pilots a robotic dinosaur, and has trained brontosaurus henchmen, but is defeated by Roberts.

Appearing in Frontier Marshall: "Jake Whipple Tries a Jailbreak"

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  • Jake Trask

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Synopsis for Frontier Marshall: "Jake Whipple Tries a Jailbreak"

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Appearing in Mr. Clue: "The Kurdistan Emerald and the Rubber Heel"

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Appearing in Streak Sloan: "The Roaring Fork Forest Fire"

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Appearing in El Carim: "The Jewel Thieves"

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  • Count Solferino
    • two henchmen

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  • J. Grigsby Duncan
  • Duncan's hired pilot
  • American policeman
  • South American policemen

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  • Guapo, South America

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  • El Carim's spectograph and "magic" monocle

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  • invisible airplane

Synopsis for El Carim: "The Jewel Thieves"

El Carim, Master of Magic, and his turban and his monocle, must go to South America to capture a notorious international jewel thief, Count Solferino. Once again he displays no powers of magic, only advanced technology like invisible paint, and his monocle that can spy on people anywhere in the world. (That stuff might as well BE magic, but it’s not presented AS magic.) In his laboratory, in his tuxedo and turban, El Carim works day and night to perfect his spectograph, already a valuable tool in the crusade against evil. The spectograph transforms the crook's name into "vision" waves, which are then recorded on El Carim's magic monocle, and "distance" waves, with a display screen. Still at story's end, he knows he must perfect "direction" waves if his spectograph is to benefit humanity.

Appearing in Rick O'Shay: "Copper Mine Slaves In Central Africa"

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Notes

  • Master Man
    • Master Man has a Troublescope that finds problems all over the world, and El Carim has a monocle that does essentially the same thing.
    • Master Man single-handedly defeats King Adolfuss's army in the same month that Captain Marvel single-handedly defeats Doctor Sivana's army.
    • Master Man definitely kills at least one bomber crew and one submarine crew.
    • Earth-S Geography:
      • "Adolfuss' is the name of the monarch of the aggressor nation, and that of the nation itself. The nationality is identified as "Adolfusstan".
      • This war is 5000 miles from Master Man's citadel, 2700 of which miles are open ocean, and 600 miles of which are in France.
      • Also, given that Master Man's HQ is atop the the highest mountain peak on Earth (per the caption, page 1 panel 2), the tallest mountain on Earth-S is in North America, and not in the Himalayas.
  • El Carim
    • El Carim improves his Spectrograph device by incorporating distance waves, in this issue's story. His next goal is to incorporate direction waves.
    • El Carim gets head-konked unconscious for the second time in this issue's story.

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