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"Star-Spangled Kid: "The Bund Saboteurs"": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.


Quote1 This Captain X you speak of! Does he really exist or is he just a myth, like the Bowmen of Mons? Quote2
-- Buck Dare



Appearing in Star-Spangled Kid: "The Bund Saboteurs"

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  • Ferd Klaug (Single appearance)
  • Unnamed scientists (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Star-Spangled Kid: "The Bund Saboteurs"

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Appearing in Captain X of the RAF: "Dam the English Channel"

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  • Stuffy, Buck's mechanic (First appearance)
  • Tribute's Editor (First appearance)
  • Commander Lane (First appearance)

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  • Tribute (First appearance)
  • Captain X's underground base, in Kent, near the Great Chatham Naval Base

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  • Viscid, a metal-forming liquid

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  • Jenny (First appearance)

Synopsis for Captain X of the RAF: "Dam the English Channel"

Nazi scientists have developed a liquid called "viscid" which combines with water to instantly form a hard metal, and employ it to build a dam across the English Channel, enabling a mechanized invasion of England.

Buck Dare, a reporter for a London newspaper "Tribute" and secretly Captain X of the RAF, flies an advanced warplane called "Jenny," made from a pale blue plastic alloy and powered by U-237, hangared in an underground base in Kent. Jenny has a range of 25,000 miles, fully loaded, and can cruise at 700 mph. Also Jenny can hover in place, using a special vibrating ray.

Seeking a story for his editor, Buck flies over to Dunkerque and abducts the first German officer he happens to see, but the resulting fight carries him down a secret hatch and into an underground tunnel, where he soon encounters the Wermacht's Channel-Dam-building project. One boastful officer spills the beans, and Captain X quickly grabs control of the viscid-pumping machinery, and uses it to block out the German infantry, then to sabotage the dam wall. He and his prisoner emerge into the channel and rise to the surface, using the metal-creating properties of viscid to slow their ascent and avoid getting the bends. They then swim back to Dunkerque, where Captain X uses a radio-control device to recall Jenny to him, and soon they are en-route to Britain. Dare rigs up the captured officer with a parachute and kicks him out of the plane over Croyden Airdrome, and radios in the position of the Channel-dam-building project. The RAF dispatches a flight of Blenheim bombers to the site, and they bomb it into rubble. Buck Dare turns in his newspaper story.

Appearing in The Tarantula: "Ace-Deuce"

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Synopsis for The Tarantula: "Ace-Deuce"

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Appearing in Armstrong of the Army: "Mystery of the Aerial Photographer"

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  • Armstrong

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Appearing in Star-Spangled Kid: "Dr. Weerd and the Metal Monster"

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Notes

  • Star-Spangled Kid:
  • Captain X of the RAF:
    • Buck Dare smokes a pipe.

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