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"Hourman: "The Minute Men of America"": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.


Quote1 Hmm, I recall that during the Revolutionary War there were quite a few men ready to help their country at a moment's notice! They were called Minute Men! And that's what we'll call our club -- The MINUTE MEN of AMERICA! Fighting in the Hour-Man's army against crime and corruption! Quote2
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Appearing in Hourman: "The Minute Men of America"

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  • Mr. Tareff (Single appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Roberts (Single appearance)
  • Billy Martin (Only appearance; dies)
  • Mrs. Martin (Single appearance)
  • Regina Bannerman (First appearance)
  • Mr. Bannerman

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Synopsis for Hourman: "The Minute Men of America"

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Appearing in Barry O'Neill: "Fang Gow's Daughter"

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  • Dietre

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Synopsis for Barry O'Neill: "Fang Gow's Daughter"

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Appearing in Mark Lansing of Mikishawm: "The Plot of Vas Onga"

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Supporting Characters:

  • Koda (First appearance)

Antagonists:

  • Vas Onga (Only appearance; dies)

Other Characters:

  • Tony (First appearance)
  • Kit (First appearance)
  • Jada (First appearance)

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  • Van Onga's Internal Vibration Machine
  • Vas Onga's Explosive Acid Bomb

Vehicles:

  • Tube Car

Synopsis for Mark Lansing of Mikishawm: "The Plot of Vas Onga"

Mark Lansing was a soldier of fortune, working in Africa with his faithful follower Koda the Silent One, when they got caught up in the world-conquering plot of a subterranean warlord, Vas Onga, the deadly master mind from a strange dim world beneath the surface of the Earth. They defeated Onga, but were trapped underground, and their only means of escape was to team up with their new blue-skinned friend Jada, and travel via Tube Car to the underground kingdom of Mikishawm.

Appearing in "Not So Sleepy"

Featured Characters:

  • Pedro Montanez

Animals:

  • a tiger

Other Characters:

  • Rafeal
  • Miguel
  • Mr. Donez
  • Donna Donez

Synopsis for "Not So Sleepy"

Text story

Appearing in Federal Men: "The Coast Line Limited Crackup"

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  • Helman (Single appearance)
  • Blake (Single appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Miller

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Synopsis for Federal Men: "The Coast Line Limited Crackup"

A train carrying radium is sabotaged, by secret agents of Nastonia, and Steve Carson investigates.

Appearing in Cotton Carver: "The Women Warriors"

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Supporting Characters:

  • Lupa

Antagonists:

  • The Snake-Hairs (Single appearance)
  • Amazon Women

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Synopsis for Cotton Carver: "The Women Warriors"

Cotton Carver battles a temple full of warrior-priestesses.

Appearing in Steve Conrad, Adventurer: "Shanghaied"

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Supporting Characters:

  • Chang

Antagonists:

  • Captain Mendoza
  • Gunrunners

Synopsis for Steve Conrad, Adventurer: "Shanghaied"

Steve Conrad, Adventurer, accidentally stows away on a ship.

Appearing in Socko Strong: "The Great I: Part 2"

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Supporting Characters:

  • Jerry Indutch

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  • Professor Watson

Synopsis for Socko Strong: "The Great I: Part 2"

Socko Strong continues fighting the invisible villain known as the Great I.

Appearing in Sandman: "The Loan Sharks"

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Antagonists:

  • Slick Sam (Single appearance)
  • Gorilla Gus (Only appearance; dies)
  • Gunny (Single appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Ma Jenks (Single appearance)
  • Bill Jenks (Only appearance; dies)
  • Dolly (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Sandman: "The Loan Sharks"

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Notes

  • Hourman lives in Appleton City.
  • Federal Men: "The Coast Line Limited Crack-Up"
    • The Axis Powers of Earth-2 included: Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Dukalia, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Napkan, Nastonia, Nural, Oxnalia, Romania, Toran, and others.
    • Neutral nations of that same era included: Numark, San Monte, and others.
    • After 1941-42, many of these countries drop from the scene.
  • First issue for Mark Lansing of Mikishawm by Howard Purcell.
  • Sandman: "The Loan Sharks" is reprinted in the The Golden Age Sandman Archives Vol. 1

Trivia

  • Mark Lansing smokes a pipe.



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Recommended Reading

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