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"Forged Faces": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.


Quote1 The Star-Record says that no one man could do the things that he does . . . Well, he doesn't exactly do it all alone, because like I said, there's 130 million people behind him, giving him strength to keep on fighting evil, and make this country the swellest place in the world to live -- Quote2
-- Buddy Smith



Appearing in "Forged Faces"

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  • Senator Northrup Bristol

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Appearing in "The King of Crime"

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  • Washington, D.C.
  • Everytown
    • Everytown Prison
  • Rex (the 49th state, admitted in 1941)
    • Rex City

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Appearing in "Uncle Sam a Fake!"

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  • Laney Pederson
  • her boyfriend
  • her editor

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  • Everytown

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Synopsis for "Uncle Sam a Fake!"

Star-Record reporter Laney Pederson editorializes against Uncle Sam, denouncing him as a fraud, and debunking his so-called feats of fortitude and strength. His article makes specific mention of several events from National Comics #1 (July 1940), including the kidnapping and rescue of the U.S. president, and the annihilation of the fascist Purple Shirts organization, and from National Comics #4 (Oct 1940), detailing several of Uncle Sam's alleged feats of invulnerability and super strength.

A rival newspaper, the Daily World (which employs Laney's ex-boyfriend), undertakes to establish Uncle Sam's bona fides, and sends a photographer (the boyfriend) out to get some evidence. But as we know, Uncle Sam can not be photographed. So when Sam climbs into a burning building to rescue a woman, the only evidence consists of eyewitness accounts. But Laney Pederson herself is on the scene when it happens, and she angrily quits her job at the Star-Record. She and her boyfriend get back together and plan to get married. Buddy Smith writes an article verifying Uncle Sam's existence and deeds, and gets it published in the Daily Almanac. Buddy claims that Sam's feats are not supernatural, but reviews the events of National Comics #5 (Nov 1940), almost all of which are distinctly supernatural.

Appearing in "The Man Who Sold His Country"

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  • Horatio Brown (Dies)
  • the Devil

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Appearing in "The Mad Poet, or, Uncle Sam Battles Inky Pinky Omblagoo Folder Dobble Bottlepoo"

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Synopsis for "The Mad Poet, or, Uncle Sam Battles Inky Pinky Omblagoo Folder Dobble Bottlepoo"

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Appearing in "The Steel Helmets"

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  • Senator Northrup Bristol (Dies)
  • the Steel Helmets

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  • Everytown
    • Everytown Junior High School
  • home of the Spirit People, up in the clouds

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Synopsis for "The Steel Helmets"

Northrup Bristol takes over the United States.

Notes

  • "Uncle Sam a Fake!" includes two pages of text, and a two-page map.
  • "The Mad Poet" is told entirely in verse.

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