"A Town Called Hate": After a recent conflict with Werner Von Sturm, the Unknown Soldier assumes his identity and makes his way back to the front. Meanwhile, in France, U.S. Forces are at each other's throat, due to bigotry. Th
Appearing in "A Town Called Hate"
- Sgt. Giggy (Only appearance; dies)
- Jo-Jo (Single appearance)
- Percy (Single appearance)
- "Schmeiss" (Only appearance; dies)
Synopsis for "A Town Called Hate"
After a recent conflict with Werner Von Sturm, the Unknown Soldier assumes his identity and makes his way back to the front. Meanwhile, in France, U.S. Forces are at each other's throat, due to bigotry. The all-black engineering corps is attacked, and they blame it on the white soldiers that were giving them problems earlier. When a fire-fight breaks-out between the two sides, it looks like only the Unknown Soldier can stop it! That is, if he ever makes his way back to the front! So, Sergeant Chat Noir is sent in to calm down "his people" until the Unknown Soldier can get there. The Unknown Soldiers makes his way into France with a group of Nazis disguised as U.S. soldiers. Now nobody knows who to shoot! The Unknown Soldier and the Black soldiers capture the Nazis, and Chat Noir rolls into town with a tank and a bull-horn. He manages to get both sides of the U.S. Army to stop shooting at each other. Thanks to some spent shells found, they realize it was the Nazis that started the conflict and now focus their attentention on the impending Nazi attack. However, after defeating the Nazis, the Unknown Soldier and Chat Noir realize that it wasn't the disguised Nazis - armed with .45 caliber - that started the conflict, but U.S. soldier "Schmeiss", nicknamed for the captured Schmeisser he carried...
Appearing in "Warrior!"
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Synopsis for "Warrior!"
One-page illustrated biography of Horatio Nelson.
Appearing in "This Much Madness is Too Much Sorrow"
- Pvt. Robert Marsh (Single appearance)
- Doctor Keach (Single appearance)
- Armstrong (Single appearance)
- Maj. Crowley (Single appearance)
- September, 1917
Synopsis for "This Much Madness is Too Much Sorrow"
World War I: Pvt. Robert Marsh shoots an enemy German soldier - but this time was different. The man was just trying to fill his canteen with water. In shock, Pvt. Robert Marsh passes out. The allied Doctors find him and treat him for shell-shock, but Maj. Crowley orders him back to the fight! Dr. Keach decides to dress as the ghost of a German soldier to relieve Pvt. Marsh of his guilt...
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