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"Green Arrow: "Yours Truly, Doom"": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.


Quote1 YIPPEEE!! I've been accepted as a candidate for officer's training school! Boy oh boy, what a break for me! Quote2
-- Jim Corrigan



Appearing in Green Arrow: "Yours Truly, Doom"

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  • Mr. Preston
  • Bill Foster
  • Tom Wayne
  • Dick Holmes

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Synopsis for Green Arrow: "Yours Truly, Doom"

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Appearing in Doctor Fate: "Case of the Healthy Patient"

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  • a phony doctor and his gang

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  • Mr. Campbell

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Synopsis for Doctor Fate: "Case of the Healthy Patient"

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Appearing in Aquaman: "Somewhere in the Pacific"

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  • Bob Crane (a U.S.Marine commander)
  • Members of Crane's unit (Yank, Books, and Tex named)

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  • Japanese military

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Synopsis for Aquaman: "Somewhere in the Pacific"

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Appearing in Johnny Quick: "The Sting of the Hornet Fleet"

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  • Cadmus Crumbie (an efficiency expert and saboteur)

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  • Henry Horney, Jr (a torpedo boat plant owner)
  • Wurms (assistant production chief)
  • Charlie Steers (torpedo boat plant general manager)

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Synopsis for Johnny Quick: "The Sting of the Hornet Fleet"

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Appearing in The Spectre: "Crime-Buster By Proxy"

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  • Facey, a protection racketeer
    • Facey's gang

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  • unnamed inventor

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  • battery-powered tubeless vacuum cleaner

Synopsis for The Spectre: "Crime-Buster By Proxy"

Despite being dead, Jim Corrigan attempts to join the military. This is accomplished by splitting into two entities: seemingly-alive Jim Corrigan and permanently-invisible The Spectre. Against his better judgement, Corrigan teams up with lawman-wannabee Percival Popp, and they in turn team up with a half-crazy inventor (of a battery-powered tubeless vacuum cleaner), to take down Facey, a protection-racketeer who shakes down construction contractors, while keeping his face hidden behind flipped-up lapels and under a big hat.

Notes

  • The Spectre:
    • Back in All-Star Comics #11 (June 1942), Jim Corrigan was ineligible to join the military, due to being dead. Starting this issue, that's changed.
    • Starting this issue, bumbling delusional halfwit "free-lance policeman" Percival Popp essentially takes over the series.

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