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"Introducing the Firebrand": This story is reprinted from Police Comics #1.



Appearing in "Introducing the Firebrand"

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  • Slugger Dunn (First appearance)
  • "Emerald" Ed Reilly
  • Joan Rogers
  • Mrs. Ed Reilly

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  • Baron von Hanson (Single appearance)
  • Sylvester Cole (Single appearance)

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  • Dippy Dolan (First appearance)

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Synopsis for "Introducing the Firebrand"

This story is reprinted from Police Comics #1.

Rod Reilly is the bored and wealthy socialite son of steel tycoon "Emerald" Ed Reilly, who decides to fight crime with his servant and friend, "Slugger" Dunn.

A criminal known as Sylvester Cole and his cronies attempt to murder a local steeplejack, but Firebrand swings into action and apprehends them. Unfortunately for Rod, the goons are unwilling to divulge any information to him. Police arrive on the seen, but mistake the masked mystery man as one of the criminals, forcing Rod to flee.

A short time later, Rod attends a war relief function. One of the party guests, Baron von Hanson becomes the unwitting victim of a pickpocket named Dippy Dolan. Rod intercepts Dolan and offers to purchase the wallet from him.

He soon discovers that Baron von Hanson is not a very reputable individual either. He finds the Baron's private vault which contains a fortune in stolen jewels. Changing to Firebrand, Rod fights the thieves and exposes their racket. Von Hanson is then forced into surrendering his ill-gotten gains to the war relief effort.

Appearing in "The Origin of 711"

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Synopsis for "The Origin of 711"

This story is reprinted from Police Comics #1.

Appearing in "Dr. M. Balm's Man-Eating Plant"

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  • Super Snooper (First appearance)

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  • Doctor M. Balm

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  • Doctor M. Balm's Man-Eating Plant

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Synopsis for "Dr. M. Balm's Man-Eating Plant"

This story is reprinted from Police Comics #1.

Appearing in "The Attack of Ali Harid"

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Synopsis for "The Attack of Ali Harid"

This story is reprinted from Police Comics #1.

Appearing in "The Legend of the Black Baron"

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Synopsis for "The Legend of the Black Baron"

This story is reprinted from Police Comics #1.

Appearing in "The Origin of Plastic Man"

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Synopsis for "The Origin of Plastic Man"

This story is reprinted from Police Comics #1.

Eel O'Brian is little more than a small-time thief. Along with his gang of underlings, he breaks into and attempts to rob the Crawford Chemical Works. Police arrive on the scene, but as Eel and the others flee, he is exposed to deadly, toxic acid. He manages to make it outside, but stumbles down unconscious.

When he awakens, Eel finds that his skin is now super-pliant. He can contort his limbs and facial features into any shape he desires. He is inside a small monastery where a kindly monk has chosen to nurse him back to health. The experience has changed more than jut Eel's physiology though. He feels that he has been given a second chance and renounces his former life of crime. Donning a stretchable costume and a pair of goggles, Eel decides to fight crime as the super-hero Plastic Man.

Plastic Man tracks down his old gang and stops them from committing another robbery. He turns them over to the police and returns the stolen loot. The police have no idea that this strange, new hero was once a criminal.

Appearing in "The Redemption of Steele Kerrigan"

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  • Annie

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Synopsis for "The Redemption of Steele Kerrigan"

This story is reprinted from Police Comics #1.

Appearing in "The Alien Smuggling Racket"

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  • Peg-Leg Friel (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Alien Smuggling Racket"

This story is reprinted from Police Comics #1.

Bill Perkins, aka the Mouthpiece, encounters an adversary known as Peg-Leg Friel who traffics in human smuggling.

Appearing in "Vengeance!"

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  • Dick Mace (First appearance)

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Synopsis for "Vengeance!"

This story is reprinted from Police Comics #1.

Appearing in "The Coming of the Phantom Lady"

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  • Pete (Only appearance; dies)
  • Wenner (Only appearance; dies)

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  • Doctor Raphael (Single appearance)

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  • Sandra Knight's black roadster

Synopsis for "The Coming of the Phantom Lady"

This story is reprinted from Police Comics #1.

U.S. Senator Henry Knight goes out to the demolitions testing site of scientist Doctor Raphael along with his daughter Sandra. Approaching the site, they witness an airplane descend, forcing them off the road. The occupants of the plane, Wenner and Pete, abduct Doctor Raphael.

Intrigued, Sandra Knight changes into her Phantom Lady costume and armed with her trusty Black ray lantern tracks the kidnappers down and rescues Doctor Raphael. The villains try to flee in the swamps, but are killed when they find themselves bogged down in snake-infested quicksand.

Appearing in "Dewey Drip"

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  • Dewey Drip (First appearance)

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Synopsis for "Dewey Drip"

This story is reprinted from Police Comics #1.

Appearing in "The Origin of the Human Bomb"

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  • Professor Lincoln (Only appearance; dies)

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  • Chemical 27-QRX (First appearance)
  • Fibro-Wax Suit (First appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Origin of the Human Bomb"

This story is reprinted from Police Comics #1.

Roy Lincoln is a chemist who often collaborates with his father, a demolitions expert, on various experiments. Roy's father develops a chemical known as 27-QRX which is known to have great explosive properties. Nazi agents learn of Lincoln's new chemical and attempt to steal its design so that they can weaponize it, thus giving Nazi Germany an edge over its enemies. The agents raid Lincoln's laboratory and shoot him dead. His son Roy, desperate to safeguard his father's work, drinks the 27-QRX formula. The result of such a rash act, yields bizarre side-effects. Roy Lincoln can cause any item he makes physical contact with to explode. With this new power, he is able to defeat the Nazi assassins.

Notes

  • John Devlin is credited only as "Devlin" in this issue.

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