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"Vigilante: "The Origin of the Vigilante"": This story is reprinted from Action Comics #42.
Appearing in Vigilante: "The Origin of the Vigilante"
- Vigilante (Greg Sanders) (First appearance) (Flashback and main story)
- Betty Stuart, blues singer (First appearance)
- Killer Kelly (Single appearance)
- Kelly's gang (Single appearance)
- "Slats" (Single appearance)
- Mr. Van Ardsley
- Sheriff Sanders (Greg’s father) (Flashback only)
- Greg's unnamed grandfather (Flashback only)
- unnamed prison doctor (Single appearance)
- Preston City
- Vigilante's Lasso
Synopsis for Vigilante: "The Origin of the Vigilante"
This story is reprinted from Action Comics #42.
Appearing in Kid Eternity: "The Kid Who Died Too Soon"
- Kid Eternity's grandfather
- Hercules (As a spirit)
- Samson (As a spirit)
- George Washington (As a spirit)
- The Unknown Soldier of WWI (As a spirit)
- Abraham Lincoln (As a spirit)
- Daniel Troop
Synopsis for Kid Eternity: "The Kid Who Died Too Soon"
This story is reprinted from Hit Comics #25.
A boy and his grandfather are killed in a U-boat attack on a civilian steamship, but when the lad reaches the Pearly Gates, his name is not on the list to have died that day. So Mr. Keeper, who was responsible for this clerical error, brings back the boy's spirit into his body, and the lad lives again, and is endowed with great powers, including invisibility and intangibility. But most important: by speaking the word "ETERNITY", the boy could call upon any person in mythology or history, to aid him in any given situation.
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