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"Firebrand: "Framed By Axis Agents"": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.


Quote1 These two are out cold . . I can't get any dope from them! Quote2
-- Firebrand



Appearing in Firebrand: "Framed By Axis Agents"

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  • Joan Rogers, Rod's fiancee
  • Slugger, ex prizefighter, Rod's manservant

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  • Franz
  • Otto

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  • Madge
  • Made's Father
  • Ellis

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  • Reilly's 12-cylinder limosine

Synopsis for Firebrand: "Framed By Axis Agents"

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Appearing in 711: "The Brick Bat"

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Synopsis for 711: "The Brick Bat"

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Appearing in Eagle Evans: "Azores Adventure"

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  • Eagle Evans

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Synopsis for Eagle Evans: "Azores Adventure"

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Appearing in Chic Carter: "The Gambling Syndicate of Tony Fancy"

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  • Sgt. Monahan
  • Gay Nolan

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  • Tony Fancy

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Synopsis for Chic Carter: "The Gambling Syndicate of Tony Fancy"

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Appearing in Plastic Man: "The Return of Madam Brawn"

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  • Captain Murphy

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Synopsis for Plastic Man: "The Return of Madam Brawn"

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Appearing in Steele Kerrigan: "Dr. Burgess's Diamond Theft"

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  • Steele Kerrigan

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Synopsis for Steele Kerrigan: "Dr. Burgess's Diamond Theft"

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Appearing in The Mouthpiece: "The Madness of Professor Snook"

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Synopsis for The Mouthpiece: "The Madness of Professor Snook"

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Appearing in Phantom Lady: "Ortega the Saboteur"

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  • Captain Ortega

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  • Paradorian Ambassador
  • Donna Clarrissa Montano, his daughter
  • Ortega's two fellow Paradorian military officers

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  • USS Atlanta, an aircraft carrier

Synopsis for Phantom Lady: "Ortega the Saboteur"

Senator Knight and Don Borden, along with Sandra Knight, officially greet three high level army officers from Parador, on their arrival in Washington D.C. for an important defense conference; one officer (Captain Ortega) asks Sandra to dinner and she accepts. Don is envious of this, so for payback he shows up at the Clipper Club that evening, escorting Clarrissa Montano, daughter of the Paradorian Ambassador, and they join Sandra and the Captain at their table. Don is called away for a phone call from his boss at the State Department, who tips him off that one of the Paradorian visitors is an Axis agent. But which one? Back at the table, he quietly tips off Sandra, but now Clarrissa is anxious to leave, with Don, and they do. Once in his car she blurts out that Capt. Ortega is a traitor. Don hastens back to the club, but Ortega and Miss Knight have already left, in Sandra’s car.

Ortega is driving, and wants to visit the Navy Yard, where his friend Lieutenant Yardley is stationed aboard the aircraft carrier USS Atlanta, so Sandra uses her pass to get them into the Yard. Ortega is escorted by a petty officer to visit his friend, leaving Sandra alone at the quarterdeck. She slips into the shadows and changes clothes, then the Phantom Lady goes looking for Ortega belowdecks. She finds Lt. Yardley, ahead of Ortega, and it turns out that Yardley has never heard of Ortega. Ortega meanwhile is on the hangar deck, head-konking a sentry unconscious, and rolling one warplane toward the elevator. The Phantom Lady arrives too late to stop him, and she hops upstairs for another chance, but meanwhile there’s an alarm and the whole crew is going to general quarters. Some of them think she is the spy, but she shines her Black Light on them, which prevents any shooting for the moment. Ortega has meanwhile gotten that one plane up to the flight deck, unfolded its wings, and started up its engine. He tries to take off and run down Sandra in the same move, but the Black Light blinds him, and he ends up crashing through a guard-rail and into the harbor.

Ortega swims free of the wreckage and climbs onto the pier, where the Phantom Lady is waiting for him; they fight and he loses. Soon some officers arrive, but not so soon that Sandra hasn’t already changed identities again. Later she and Don have a good laugh over how these guys almost mistook HER for the Phantom Lady.

Appearing in Human Bomb: "Evil on Calona Island"

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  • Major Adams
  • Jean Adams

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Synopsis for Human Bomb: "Evil on Calona Island"

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Notes

  • Firebrand: Some time early in his career, Slugger's last name changes from "Shea" to "Dunn". In this issue's story, Slugger's last name is not used at all.
  • Plastic Man: "The Return of Madam Brawn" is reprinted in Plastic Man Archives Vol. 1.
  • Phantom Lady
    • Parador is a South American nation, allied with the U.S.
  • Also appearing in this issue of Police Comics were:
    • Dewey Drip, by John Devlin
    • Super Snooper, by Gill Fox
    • Burp the Twerp: "Suicide Sam" by Jack Cole

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