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"Green Arrow: "The Man Who Reclaimed His Face"": Hospital director Professor Angel offers to perform plastic surgery for patients. When they agree, he forces the surgeon to turn them into monstrosities. He then blackmails the victims into working for him as criminals.



Appearing in Green Arrow: "The Man Who Reclaimed His Face"

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Synopsis for Green Arrow: "The Man Who Reclaimed His Face"

Hospital director Professor Angel offers to perform plastic surgery for patients. When they agree, he forces the surgeon to turn them into monstrosities. He then blackmails the victims into working for him as criminals.

Green Arrow finds a clue to the identity of one of the victims. He follows the clue and finds the men, but Angel captures him. Angel forces the surgeon to try to kill the archers, but the man double-crosses his boss. He then helps Green Arrow escape and defeat the victims turned criminals. Angel evades capture by getting the surgeon to change his own face. However, the surgeon makes him look like J. Edgar Hoover, which draws police attention. Angel is then gunned down after pulling a gun on police.

Appearing in Doctor Fate: "The Man Who Changed Faces"

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  • Carl Grubber

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Synopsis for Doctor Fate: "The Man Who Changed Faces"

Dr. Fate apprehends a gang of crooks and realizes that one of them has a tattoo identical to the missing underworld thug Mark Suffrito. When a dying man gives him a clue, leading to the Bensonhurst Nursing Home, he uncovers a spy ring. The spies are disguising themselves with the help of a plastic surgeon. Dr. Fate breaks up the spy ring and rescues their captive surgeon.

  • Kent Nelson becomes a medical doctor and Inza becomes a nurse in this story.
  • Starting this issue, Dr. Fate no longer wears the Cloak of Destiny

Appearing in Aquaman: "The Unhappy Hunting Grounds"

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  • Ark the seal

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  • Morrel

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Synopsis for Aquaman: "The Unhappy Hunting Grounds"

Aquaman receives a plea for help from a seal from Seal Island. Poachers led by Morrell are killing the seals and taking them aboard their ship. Aquaman makes trouble for them in an attempt to chase them off. However, the poachers capture him and place him on a tropical island without water. The poachers threaten to shoot him if he goes near the water.

Before the hot sun can finish him off, Aquaman locates an underground tunnel leading back to the ocean. Having escaped the island, Aquaman enlists the aid of a swordfish to create a hole in the hull of Morrell's ship. He then signals the authorities to arrest the poachers.

Appearing in Johnny Quick: "The Jest of Jason Biltwell"

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Synopsis for Johnny Quick: "The Jest of Jason Biltwell"

As a dying jest, millionaire Jason Biltwell forces his nephew, Dan Wells, to complete three impossible tasks in order to receive his inheritance. If Dan fails, the money goes to Akers Home for Aging Cats. Akers hires gunmen to insure that Dan fails, so Johnny Quick intervenes. He protects Dan, then helps complete the three tasks: finding a needle in a haystack, counting the cans at the city dump, and counting the bricks in the tallest building. Akers tries to buy off Biltwell's lawyer, but Johnny convinces him to play straight. Wells gets his inheritance and builds a laboratory to cure disease.

Appearing in The Spectre: "When Money Talks"

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Synopsis for The Spectre: "When Money Talks"

Percival Popp enlists the aid of the Spectre to convince bank clerk Hiram Mink to keep his job. Mink is bored with the bank job, so Spectre shows him a happy farmer, and the story behind some counterfeit money. Mink still refuses to change his mind, so Spectre shows him another man, who carelessly quit his job and gambled his money away. Mink learns from the example, so he keeps his job and invests in war bonds.

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