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"The Vigilante: The Little Men Who Were There": This story is reprinted from Action Comics #69.



Appearing in "The Vigilante: The Little Men Who Were There"

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  • The Dummy
  • Slug (Dummy's henchman) (Single appearance)

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  • Vigilante's Lasso
  • The Dummy's Shrinking Device

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Synopsis for "The Vigilante: The Little Men Who Were There"

This story is reprinted from Action Comics #69.

The Dummy uses a device to shrink himself and his gang to tiny size and stow away on a cargo train. When the shrinking effect wears off, he robs the train and escapes.

Vigilante is alerted to the Dummy's involvement. He deciphers a clue left by the crook and is waiting when the Dummy tries to rob a plane carrying a shipment of diamonds. The Dummy escapes, but Vigilante trails him back to his hide-out. Vigilante and Stuff are temporarily affected by the shrinking ray, but they turn the tables on their opponents and turn the Dummy and his gang over to the police.

Appearing in "Doctor Fate: The Fish-Men of Nyarl-Amen"

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  • Nyarl-Amen (Only appearance; dies)
  • Fish-Men of Nyarl-Amen (Destroyed)

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Synopsis for "Doctor Fate: The Fish-Men of Nyarl-Amen"

This story is reprinted from More Fun Comics #65.

The Fish-Men of Nyarl-Amen, a dynasty of 50,000 years ago, armed with electric-dart-shooting tridents, attack a U.S. Naval Base in Hawaii as the start of an invasion. Dr. Fate fends off the attack by shooting fire out of his hands, which incapacitates or kills the fish soldiers, then heads for their undersea city to deal with the leader, Nyarl-Amen himself, who is protected within a ring of fire which Fate cannot penetrate.

Fate rescues a captured Army officer then returns to battle the fish-man, who has now stupidly stepped out of his protective ring, and who shoots Fate with a Grecian fire gun, ineffectually, then tries to fight him with a sword, then gets punched out, and falls upon his own sword. Then Dr. Fate destroys the city to protect the surface world.

Appearing in "Hawkman: The Human Fly Bandits"

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Synopsis for "Hawkman: The Human Fly Bandits"

This story is reprinted from Flash Comics #100.

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