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"Sandra of the Secret Service: "The Brain, Part 1"": Sandra and her new friend Michael are picked out of the sea by a submarine, which also torpedoes and sinks their passenger liner. Captain Snegg comm



Appearing in Sandra of the Secret Service: "The Brain, Part 1"

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Other Characters:

  • Michael

Villains:

  • Captain Snegg
    • his crewFang

Locations:

Vehicles:

  • Snegg's submarine
  • passenger ship (Destroyed)

Synopsis for Sandra of the Secret Service: "The Brain, Part 1"

Sandra and her new friend Michael are picked out of the sea by a submarine, which also torpedoes and sinks their passenger liner. Captain Snegg commands the sub, and he's employed by a powerful international munitions ring.

Appearing in Spike Spalding: "Prince of Patrania, Part 18"

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  • Pincus

Other Characters:

  • Philip of Patrania (Mentioned only)
  • sailor

Villains:

  • two big shots
    • their crew

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Synopsis for Spike Spalding: "Prince of Patrania, Part 18"

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Appearing in Three Musketeers: "Episode 9"

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Synopsis for Three Musketeers: "Episode 9"

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Appearing in Dr. Occult: "The Lord of Life, Part 1"

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  • Nita Crane

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Synopsis for Dr. Occult: "The Lord of Life, Part 1"

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Appearing in Wing Brady: "The Tunis Smuggling Operation, Part 2"

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Villains:

  • Abdul-Crim
  • smuggling ship captain
  • two or more thugs

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Vehicles:

  • smugglers' cargo ship
  • smugglers' motor launch

Synopsis for Wing Brady: "The Tunis Smuggling Operation, Part 2"

In Tunis, at the French Consulate, Lynn Harding is reunited with her long-worried father, who invites Wing Brady to join them for dinner that evening at the Hotel Rocquefort. Walking back to his own hotel, in civilian attire, Brady spots a familiar figure: Abdul-Crim, who has some bad history with the Foreign Legion. Brady shadows him, and is led to the waterfront, where Crim has a pierside meeting with a disreputable-looking ship's captain. Brady hides behind a stack of bales and tries to eavesdrop, while a large thug with a big club sneaks up behind him, and knocks him unconscious.

Wing regains consciousness aboard a small, powerful craft, out in the harbor, tied and gagged but unsupervised. He uses his feet to grab some bedding, move it to a lamp, and start a fire!

Appearing in Jack Woods: "The Secret Mine, Part 3"

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Other Characters:

  • Widow Harkins
    • two ranch hands
  • Rancher Hines

Villains:

  • Val Stanton, rancher & saloon proprietor
    • five gun-throwers

Locations:

  • Red Hill, Texas, Early 1900s
    • Stanton's Saloon
    • Harkins's Ranch
      • Secret Gold Mine

Synopsis for Jack Woods: "The Secret Mine, Part 3"

Jack Woods is secretly a Texas Ranger and is infiltrating Val Stanton's outfit. He recruits one rancher, Hines, who has just that same hour been cheated out of his land, and sends him out to the Widow Harkins's place. He returns to the saloon and has a talk with Stanton. Stanton has got one half of a map showing the entrance to a secret gold mine, and believes the entrance is on Widow Harkins's property. He also wants the other half of the map, and believes Mrs. Harkins has it. (She does have it, now, because Jack gave it to her earlier.) Stanton sends Woods out to Harkins's place, to lean on her, so Jack has another conversation with her. Jack has seen Stanton's half of the map, and thinks he can figure out where the mine entrance is. He lays out a plan for ambushing Stanton and his gun-throwers, then borrows the widow's half of the map, and carries it back to the saloon in Red Hill. He gives the map to Stanton, who decides that now is the time to act, deed or no deed. Stanton, Jack, and five heavily-armed cut-throats saddle up and ride out to the Harkins place, where Hines, Harkins, and her ranch hands have found the secret mine entrance, and barricaded themselves inside it, waiting for the raid they know is coming.

Appearing in "Pep Morgan"

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Synopsis for "Pep Morgan"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in Ivanhoe: "Episode 19"

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  • Isaac of York
  • The Black Knight

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Synopsis for Ivanhoe: "Episode 19"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in Brad Hardy: "In the Forbidden City, Part 9"

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Supporting Characters:

  • Prince Kardos, of Agharti

Monsters:

  • giant violent animals of two new species

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Synopsis for Brad Hardy: "In the Forbidden City, Part 9"

Brad Hardy and Prince Kardos continue their journey thru the hot, dangerous forest. They encounter a fight between two giant monsters. The titanic struggle of the enormous beasts lays waste a wide swath of forest, and the two men are lucky to not be trampled. Finally one of them kills the other and then, before devouring its prey, sniffs cautiously at the air; it detects Brad and Kardos, and charges right at them!

Appearing in Barry O'Neill: "Fang Gow of China, Part 20"

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  • Doctor Bonfils

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Synopsis for Barry O'Neill: "Fang Gow of China, Part 20"

Fang Gow's gunmen are demanding that Dr. Bonfils check on Fang Gow, with a giant swordsman looming over him to ensure compliance. Barry O'Neill, disguised as a Chinese assassin, is quietly standing behind the giant. Once the guide and the doctor have left the room, Barry steps out, gun in hand, to rescue Le Grand and Jean. They don't recognize Barry, and start to leave by the wrong doorway, he turns his head to warn them, and the snake-quick Mongolian giant punches O'Neill in the head. The swordsman yanks off Barry's mask, everybody recognizes him, and the giant swings back to lop off his head; Jean shoots him dead. Another Chinaman steps in, grabs Jean thru some curtains and into the next room, slams an iron portcullis into place, and laughs as Barry and the Inspector hurl themselves futilely against it.

Appearing in Bradley Boys: "In the Wilderness, Part 8"

Featured Characters:

  • Tom Bradley
  • Jack Bradley

Other Characters:

  • Harry Matson
  • Sheriff

Villains:

  • Minky
  • Tatters

Locations:

  • Old Jug Mountain
  • Gumt River
  • Portown

Synopsis for Bradley Boys: "In the Wilderness, Part 8"

The Bradley Boys are back within sight of their home, and Harry Matson is anxious to leave them there. The Sheriff has been waiting, and now comes out to greet them. Harry runs away, and Tom and Jack follow him, so the Sheriff and his two tramp informants follow the three of them, into the forest. The three runaways are good at hiding, and the posse is bad at finding hiders; when it gets dark, they give up and go home.

For the next three months, the boys make themselves some pioneer buckskin clothing, and Harry grows a beard.

Appearing in Mark Marson, of the Inter-Planetary Police: "People of the Red Planet, Part 6"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Inter-Planetary Police
    • Sergeant Montague

Villains:

  • Monarch Sarno
    • Lordi, Chief of the Laboratories
    • many minions (One Dies)

Era:

  • 2060

Locations:

  • Planet Ciro
    • City of Ciralia
      • Inter-Planetary Police HQ
      • nearby tower (Red People Hideout)
      • North River

Items:

  • Sarno's Spaceaphone communications system
    • TellaMirror system

Synopsis for Mark Marson, of the Inter-Planetary Police: "People of the Red Planet, Part 6"

In Monarch Sarno's throne room, atop a tower near I-P HQ in Ciralia, Ciro, Mark Marson stalls for time by bargaining with Sarno, who spurns his deal, and slaps Marson with a glove. Sgt. Montague loses his temper at this, and lays out Sarno with one punch. Sarno's three guards pick up their poisoned lances and rush at Mark and Monty, who out-fight them decisively. Marson kills one guard with a thrown spear.

In his laboratory, Lordi has been monitoring this on the TellaMirror system, and he throws a switch which floods the throne room with deadly gas.

Appearing in Bob Merritt: "The Mystery Plane, Part 16"

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Supporting Characters:

  • Bob's Flying Pals
    • Dicky Saunders (now has a first name)

Villains:

  • Asiatic Priests and Miners

Locations

Synopsis for Bob Merritt: "The Mystery Plane, Part 16"

In a cavern branching deeply under the Merritt Company's camp, high in the Alaskan Rockies, Dickie Saunders is about to have his head chopped off, while his co-workers think he's simply stepped out to do some hunting. Meanwhile Bob Merritt has flown back to the mysterious volcano cauldron for another, closer look; this time he lands the Bumblebee at the foot of the mountain. Shedding most of his cold-weather gear, Bob scales the volcanic cone. Somewhere behind him, a figure steps out of the shadows and sends a flashing light signal to some robed men, higher up on the slope; these now attack Bob and capture him. They carry him into a cave and down a long, winding passageway. They emerge, in a wide, clear space at the bottom of the volcano's crater, with hangars, aircraft, and a gold-mining operation in progress.

Appearing in Little Linda: "Kidnaped, Part 5"

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Supporting Characters:

  • G-Man Watson
  • Ned Flint
  • Silas Flint
    • Flint's butler

Villains:

  • Linda's alleged stepmother
  • Son of alleged stepmother

Locations:

  • Hillsboro
  • distant city

Synopsis for Little Linda: "Kidnaped, Part 5"

G-Man Watson has arranged for Ned Flint to take the exam for enlisting in the G-Men. Ned takes ten days to recover from the gunshots, just enough to sit up in a chair and read stories to Little Linda. Her sunny personality and cheerful outlook are a big help in speeding his recovery. Finally the day comes when Ned flies off to Washington to take his exam, leaving Linda with her adoptive father Silas, in his big house, where they both miss him.

In a far-off city, two scheming characters, a mother-son team of grifters, are delighted to read about Little Linda's rescue, and Mom spends the last of their money on a train ticket, for herself, to Hillsboro. There, late at night, she shows up at Silas Flint's front door, and demands to see her step-child, Little Linda, claiming to be her legal guardian.

Appearing in Pirate Gold: "Episode 9"

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Other Characters:

  • Captain Dennis
  • unnamed gunman
  • arriving ship's captain (Dies)
  • his daughter

Villains:

  • mutineers: First Mate, Pedro, others

Era:

Locations:

Vessels:

  • "Flamingo", 3-masted square-rigged ship

Synopsis for Pirate Gold: "Episode 9"

From a cave atop a cliff near the beach on Moraga Island, Jeff Roberts, Gregory Roberts, Captain Dennis, and their new friend with the telescope, observe as the tropical storm tosses an unidentified sailing ship about. The following morning, two bodies wash up on the beach, a beautiful young live girl, and her elderly dead father. They carry the girl back to their cave, and bury the father on a knoll behind the cave. Meanwhile the mutineers resume their interrupted search for their former hostages, but pause to salvage some storm-wreckage flotsam from the beach. Eventually however they do find the cave.

Appearing in Magic Crystal of History: "Alfred the Great"

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Synopsis for Magic Crystal of History: "Alfred the Great"

Bobby and Binks observe the wars between the Britons and the Danes.

Appearing in Radio Squad: "Dan Bowers, Part 4"

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Supporting Characters: Villains:

  • Dan Bowers
    • his gambling gang
  • Amos Twist, Bowers' lawyer
  • Jimmy, Kean's partner
  • Radio Squad Chief

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Vehicles:

  • Radio Car K-7

Synopsis for Radio Squad: "Dan Bowers, Part 4"

The Jury acquits Dan Bowers, and he has a good laugh at Sandy Kean's expense. Trent starts into some mealymouthed excuse-making, and Kean just lays him out, with an uppercut, right there in the courtroom.

The Radio Squad Chief gets his marching orders from Bowers' attorney, and Sandy Kean starts having administrative problems at the station house. But Kean believes he has got an ace up his sleeve.

Notes

  • Published by Nicholson Publishing Co., Inc..
    • Indicia calls this issue "Vol. 2, No. 8".
    • Starting with this issue, the title in the indicia changes from "More Fun" to "More Fun Comics". The covers have said "More Fun Comics" since issue #9.
  • First issue for "Hanko the Cowhand", by Creig Flessel.
  • This issue, Hap the Sap is absent, but returns next issue.
  • At the end of last issue's episode of Mark Marson of the Inter-Planetary Police, Marson and Montague were both in manacles. At the beginning of this issue's episode, neither of them are in manacles.
  • Last issue for Pelion and Ossa, by Pete De Angelo.
  • This issue Will Ely replaces W.C. Brigham on Sandra of the Secret Service.
  • Starting with this issue, Wing Brady by Tom Hickey expands from two pages to four.
  • Also featured in this issue of More Fun Comics were:

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