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"Red White & Blue: "Lightning Over New York"": The Red, White, and Blue team go up against "The Master," who has used targeted lightning strikes to take over New York, and place it under the rule of Fascists and Nazis.

All-American Comics #10 is an issue of the series All-American Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of January, 1940.

Synopsis for Red White & Blue: "Lightning Over New York"

The Red, White, and Blue team go up against "The Master," who has used targeted lightning strikes to take over New York, and place it under the rule of Fascists and Nazis.

Red Dugan infiltrates the city, links up with Doris West, and captures the Master.

Appearing in Red White & Blue: "Lightning Over New York"

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Antagonists:

  • The Master

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Synopsis for "Wiley of West Point"

Bob Wiley's court-martial ends with an acquittal for him. Afterward there is a boxing championship, and Wiley is allowed to fight Baxter.

Appearing in "Wiley of West Point"

Featured Characters:

  • Bob Wiley

Other Characters:

  • Betty Bailey
  • Baxter

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Synopsis for Hop Harrigan: "Northern Lights, Part 2"


Appearing in Hop Harrigan: "Northern Lights, Part 2"

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Other Characters:

  • Captain
  • Maurice

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Synopsis for "Ben Webster"


Appearing in "Ben Webster"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Briarsie
  • Prof. Matt Mattix

Other Characters:

  • "Hammer" Harshman (First appearance)
  • Greasball Googun (First appearance)
  • Mustafa Dollar (First appearance)
  • Boys
    • Tuffy O'Toole
    • Butch McGlutch
    • Boneyard Briggs
    • Scinny Jones
    • Slinky Simonetti
    • Slugger Smith

Synopsis for Adventures in the Unknown: "A Thousand Years a Minute (Part III)"


Appearing in Adventures in the Unknown: "A Thousand Years a Minute (Part III)"

Featured Characters:

  • Alan Kane
  • Ted Dolliver

Antagonists:

  • Ape-men

Other Characters:

  • Cave-men
    • Ikki (First appearance)

Era:

  • Prehistoric Times

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Animals:

  • Triceratops
  • giant snake

Synopsis for Scribbly: "Christmas in the Country, Part 1"


Appearing in Scribbly: "Christmas in the Country, Part 1"

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Other Characters:

  • Schmol (Single appearance)
  • Mr. Silver (Single appearance)
  • Mrs. Silver (Single appearance)
  • Mother Jibbet
  • Pete (Single appearance)

Synopsis for Frederic March: "The American Way"


Appearing in Frederic March: "The American Way"

Featured Characters:

  • Martin Gunther (Final appearance; dies)
  • Irma Gunther (Final appearance)

Supporting Characters:

  • Karl Gunther, Jr. (Final appearance)
  • Lisa Gunther (Final appearance)

Antagonists:

  • Kamerling (Single appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Samuel Brockton (Final appearance)
  • Alex Hewitt (Final appearance)
  • Ed Lorenz (Final appearance)

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Synopsis for Gary Concord, the Ultra-Man: "The Foam Formula"

Gary Concord, Jr., is not the only one seeking the secret of his father's formula for world peace. An enemy agent and femme fatale, Stella Tor, attacks Gary with poison gas bombs, and steals the formula.

Appearing in Gary Concord, the Ultra-Man: "The Foam Formula"

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Supporting Characters:

  • Guppy

Antagonists:

  • Stella Tor (First appearance)
  • Scorne (Final appearance) (Appears only as a corpse)

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Items:

  • Rebborizan's Knock-out Foam Formula

Vehicles:

  • Spaceships

Notes

  • Published by All-American Comics, Inc.
  • Last issue for Frederic March: "The American Way".
  • In this issue's Red, White, and Blue story, a mysterious enemy armed with lightning-striking equipment has taken over New York City, and placed it under Fascist rule. Afterward this is never mentioned again.
  • Also appearing in this issue of All-American Comics were:
    • Always Belittlin' (newspaper strip reprints) by Percy Crosby
    • Cicero's Cat (newspaper strip reprints) by Al Smith
    • Daisybelle (newspaper strip reprints) by Gene Byrnes
    • "Death's Playground, Part 1" (text story) by George Shute
    • Mutt & Jeff (newspaper strip reprints) by Al Smith
    • Popsicle Pete by Sheldon Mayer
    • Reg'lar Fellers (newspaper strip reprints) by Gene Byrnes
    • Skippy (newspaper strip reprints) by Percy Crosby
    • Tippie (newspaper strip reprints) by Frances Edwina Dumm
    • Toonerville Folks (newspaper strip reprints) by Fontaine Fox



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