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More Fun Comics Vol 1 66

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"The Spectre: "The World Within the Paintings"": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.



Appearing in The Spectre: "The World Within the Paintings"

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  • Monsters from the picture

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  • Mr. Winston, Clarice's dad

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Appearing in Detective Sergeant Carey: "The Captive Ship"

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  • Detective Sergeant Carey

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  • Sleepy

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Appearing in Congo Bill: "The Moon Orchid"

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  • Professor Joe Kent

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Appearing in Captain Desmo: "The Kangean Islands"

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  • Gabby

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Appearing in Radio Squad: "Murder of the Gun Collector"

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Appearing in Lance Larkin: "The Gold Miner's Daughter"

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  • Lance Larkin

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Appearing in Biff Bronson: "The Restaurant Bombers"

  • Appearances not yet listed

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  • Biff Bronson

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  • Dan Druff

Appearing in Sergeant O'Malley of the Red Coat Patrol: "Mystery of the Disappearing Logs"

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  • Sergeant O'Malley of the Red Coat Patrol

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Appearing in Dr. Fate: "The Leopard Girl"

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  • Sarkiss (Single appearance)

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  • Helen, the Leopard Girl (Single appearance)
  • Ray Knight (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Dr. Fate: "The Leopard Girl"

Inza is one of many guests at the mansion of Sarkiss, where she meets Helen, whose skin is slowly becoming spotted, similar to that of a leopard. Intrigued by this, Inza summons Doctor Fate, who arrives at the place and prevents the leopard girl from attacking Inza.

Fate starts investigating and finds that Sarkiss has been drugging Helen in order to turn her skin into that of a leopard. Exposing the hoax, Doctor Fate reveals the truth to Inza, who is still skeptic about the whole situation. In order to prove her that there are no such things a supernatural beings, Doctor Fate removes his helmet and reveals himself as a man to Inza, who is shocked at this development.

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  • "In Fighting Form" (text story), by Peter E. Black

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