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"Wonder Woman: "School for Spies"": Baroness Paula von Gunther is the head of a Nazi spy ring. Wonder Woman gets inside her base by allowing herself to be captured, and she finds a number of missing girl government employees, who are being brainwashed by von Gunther. A male spy chains Wonder Wom



Appearing in Wonder Woman: "School for Spies"

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  • Eve Brown
  • Carla Swanson, secretary
  • Brenda Lee, and others, captive women
  • Enid Harper, employee of the army intelligence (Mentioned only) (Deceased)

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Synopsis for Wonder Woman: "School for Spies"

Baroness Paula von Gunther is the head of a Nazi spy ring. Wonder Woman gets inside her base by allowing herself to be captured, and she finds a number of missing girl government employees, who are being brainwashed by von Gunther. A male spy chains Wonder Woman’s bracelets together, which subdues her and prevents her from escaping, but while this has gone on, Steve Trevor and Etta Candy have gotten together with the Holliday Girls, and they make a timely rescue, then Wonder Woman proceeds to bust the spy ring.

Appearing in Black Pirate: "The Man in the Iron Mask"

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  • Don Carlos (Dies)
    • his many vassals
  • Count Valdez

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Synopsis for Black Pirate: "The Man in the Iron Mask"

King Phillip II of Spain is secretly imprisoned by Don Carlos, who is preparing to usurp the Spanish monarchy itself. The Black Pirate rescues the king from Carlos's dungeon, rallies the king's loyal troops against the Don's traitors, defeats them, and kills Don Carlos.

Appearing in Mister Terrific: "The Comeuppance of Dapper Joe"

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  • Dapper Joe
    • his gang
  • other racket bosses

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  • Buster Anderson, policeman
  • district attorney

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Synopsis for Mister Terrific: "The Comeuppance of Dapper Joe"

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Appearing in Gay Ghost: "Smashing the Supply Train"

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  • General Rourke
  • Council Of Ancestors (Single appearance)
  • Tommy, pilot
  • Philip Langdon, intelligence officer
  • English soldiers

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Synopsis for Gay Ghost: "Smashing the Supply Train"

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Appearing in Little Boy Blue: "The Scorpion's Counterfeit Ring"

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  • Officer Clancy

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Appearing in Wildcat: "Introducing Stretch Skinner"

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  • Giles, private detective
  • Hogg, private detective

Synopsis for Wildcat: "Introducing Stretch Skinner"

The Giles and Hogg Detective Agency is really a small gang of jewel thieves, with a sideline of swindling young prospective detectives by selling them bogus P.I. credentials. One of their victims, a very tall, very thin country boy called "Stretch" Skinner, meets and teams up with Wildcat, to bust them.

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This team stays together for years afterward.



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