Fandom

DC Database

Police Comics Vol 1 6

97,016pages on
this wiki
Add New Page
Talk0 Share

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.


"Firebrand: "Dr. Kruger's Hospital Horror"": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.



Appearing in Firebrand: "Dr. Kruger's Hospital Horror"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

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

Villains:

  • Dr. Kruger

Other Characters:

Locations:


Items:


Vehicles:




Synopsis for Firebrand: "Dr. Kruger's Hospital Horror"

  • Synopsis not yet written.



Appearing in 711: "The Chikka Chipps Contract"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:


Villains:


Other Characters:


Locations:


Items:


Vehicles:



Synopsis for 711: "The Chikka Chipps Contract"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in Plastic Man: "Case of the Disembodied Hands"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:


Villains:

  • Chubby Rankin

Other Characters:


Locations:


Items:


Vehicles:



Synopsis for Plastic Man: "Case of the Disembodied Hands"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in Phantom Lady: "The Autogiro Spies"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Villains:

  • Otto
  • Max
  • Karl
  • autogiro pilot

Other Characters:

  • policeman

Locations:

Items:

Vehicles:

  • Sandra's roadster
  • autogiro

Synopsis for Phantom Lady: "The Autogiro Spies"

State Department investigator Don Borden brings a coded message home from work, and calls his fiancee Sandra Knight, and her father Senator Henry Knight, over to his apartment to help him decode it. But before they get there, two spies, Otto and Max, have already gotten into Don's place, tied Don to a chair, and are harshly questioning him about the coded message. Sandra and Henry are puzzled when Don doesn't answer the door, but Otto admits them, only to take them both prisoner. Max recognizes the senator, figures he may know about the papers they're looking for, and starts slapping him around. Sandra lunges into Otto and knocks him over a chair, while Max shoots at Henry and misses. Henry grabs a lamp cord and short-circuits it, which blows a fuse, which darkens the apartment. Sandra slips out of the apartment, and out of the building thru a side door. As she expected, a third spy has been watching the building's front. She shoulder-throws him onto the sidewalk, head first, grabs his revolver, and leaves in her roadster.

Sandra finds a cop, who recognizes her, and she tells him about the enemy agent on the sidewalk, but nothing else, then slips up a side street and changes clothes. She climbs to the roof of the Arnold Apartments, then slides down a rope to Don's apartment window, slips inside, and shines her Black Light into the room where the spies are working Don over. They drop a flask of mustard gas and flee, up the stairs to the roof. Phantom Lady frees "Mr. Borden" then pursues them, but when she gets to the roof, a fourth agent arrives, in an autogiro. From its open cockpit, the pilot throws a lasso over Phantom Lady and yanks her into the air, but her hands are free so she climbs the rope, reaches the cockpit, and clocks the pilot over the head with her Black Ray lantern. She takes the controls and gets the aircraft under control, then sees Don and Henry on the roof, fist fighting with Max and Otto, and losing. Phantom Lady shines her Black Ray onto the fight, causing enough confusion for Max to blunder off the edge of the roof, while Don punches out Otto.

Phantom Lady lands the autogiro on the roof, ducks behind a water tank, changes clothes, then rushes over to aid her boyfriend and her dad. Don is puzzled to find Sandra on the roof, until she tells him about the third spy, and the gun and the code book that she swiped from him. Don is sure he can now decode the message, but say, did Sandra see Phantom Lady around here just now? Why yes, according to Sandra, the Lady jumped from the autogiro and just disappeared.

Appearing in Human Bomb: "The Black Vanguards"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Jean Adams

Villains:

  • The Black Vanguards

Other Characters:


Locations:


Items:


Vehicles:



Synopsis for Human Bomb: "The Black Vanguards"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in The Mouthpiece: "Grud, Fifth Columnist"

Featured Characters:'

Synopsis for The Mouthpiece: "Grud, Fifth Columnist"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in Chic Carter: "Veda the Cobra Woman"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Monahan

Villains:

  • Veda Kane, the Cobra Woman (Apparent Death)

Other Characters:

  • Peter Kane, Jr.
  • Peter Kane, Sr.

Locations:


Items:


Vehicles:



Synopsis for Chic Carter: "Veda the Cobra Woman"

The new, very exotic dancer at the Club Orientale is Veda, from India, wife of Peter Kane the Rubber Tycoon. Chic Carter, ace police reporter, hangs out at this club, and catches her act. She’s sensational; she writhes like a snake; the men are enthralled; the women are creeped out. After her performance, she is hit on by the very drunk Peter Kane Junior, her stepson, they move to a secluded corner, she kisses him, he leaps to his feet, shaking like a leaf, staggers a few steps, and falls down dead, then immediately goes stiff and turns black. Veda has already slipped away but Chic saw her leaving with PKJ, and gives chase. He finds her dropped cigarette butt, with a brown stain on it, that he deduces is probably the poison that killed Junior. Monahan and his cops arrive; Carter tells Monahan what he knows and suspects, then leaves in a taxi, to visit Peter Kane Senior. PKS lives on a big, creepy estate. Inside, Veda is breaking the news of Junior’s death to Senior, and they share a tender moment, then a creepy moment, then Chic Carter leaps into the room through a closed window, and yells for Kane to not kiss her. He tells Kane his theory about poisoned lipstick, and picks up the phone to call in Monahan. Kane Senior pulls a gun on him, so Chic clocks him upside the head with the telephone, knocking him half-unconscious. While Carter is on the phone to Monahan, Veda gives her stricken husband a cigarette and tells him it will make him feel better.

Monahan arrives abruptly, and tells Carter all about how completely wrong Carter’s theory is. Kane Junior had died of nerve paralysis; no poison was found in his system; the stain on the cigarette butt was just Junior’s own blood from a cut lip; and no narcotics or poisons were found in the butt itself either. About then Monahan notices Kane Senior, sitting on the floor, dead. Carter claims he didn’t hit the old guy THAT hard, but Monahan has to hold him for manslaughter. Veda observes this through a window, and gloats that now all of Kane’s millions are hers.

On the way to the precinct, Carter sucker-punches Monahan and jumps out of the car and runs away. Cops shoot at him but miss. He sneaks back into the Kane mansion, and searches Veda’s room. On her make-up desk are camphor ice and mucilage. That tells him everything he needs to know! Suddenly a big cobra is in the room, Chic jumps back, whips out a gun, and shoots it dead. Veda walks in and is aghast; he has killed a god! Carter then spells out exactly what happened to Peter Kane Junior and exactly how she did it; she smirks, and stabs herself with a hypodermic needle full of cobra venom, and falls down dead.

Notes

  • Chic Carter:
    • One of two things is true: 1/ Monahan forgot to confiscate Carter’s handgun when he took him into custody. Or 2/ Carter grabbed Monahan’s gun in the scuffle when he escaped the police car.
    • We only have Veda’s word for it that the hypo contained Cobra Venom, and we don’t actually see her body go stiff or turn black.
  • 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: "Case of the Disembodied Hands" is reprinted in Plastic Man Archives Vol. 1.

Trivia

  • No trivia.



See Also


Recommended Reading

  • None.


Links and References

Batman 0585
DC Rebirth Logo

Summary Needed
This page is missing a well-written and detailed synopsis. If there is already a synopsis here, it might need to be modified or expanded. You can help the DC Database by adding a summary of the story.
Look at how sad this is making Batman. You did this.

Also on Fandom

Random Wiki