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All-American Comics #101 is an issue of the series All-American Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of September, 1948. It was published on July 17, 1948.

Synopsis for Johnny Thunder: "Masquerade at Mesa City"


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Synopsis for "Mutt & Jeff"

(newspaper strip reprints)

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  • Mutt
  • Jeff

Synopsis for Doctor Mid-Nite: "Case of the Talking Shadows"


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  • The Great Ludwig (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Everything Happens to Harry: "Chewing Gum"


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  • Harry

Synopsis for Black Pirate: "The Ship That Sailed the Hills"


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  • Captain Craw
    • his crew

Synopsis for Green Lantern: "Crimes from a Cardboard Box"

Alan Scott's puzzling over a robbery where thieves were clearly photographed robbing a vault, but the night watchman was looking right past as if no-one was there. Meanwhile Doiby's babysitting his younger cousin Herbert, and they play a cops-and-robbers board game, which Herbert repeatedly smokes Doiby at. When Alan hears Herbert playing an "Abis Canis" card that makes his robbers invisible, Alan looks up the name and learns it's a rare tree that when burnt can make certain colors invisible. He heads over to the toy department at the store where the game came from, and finds the counter being robbed. After creating a diversion with a jack-in-the-box, Alan changes to Green Lantern, but an overly eager shopper tries to help and ends up accidentally braining GL with a wooden bat.

After recovering, Green Lantern learns from the store manager where the cops and robbers game came from: it was dreamed up by someone named Homer Barnes, and armed with his address Green Lantern goes to ask a few questions. Meanwhile it turns out the thieves visit with child game designer Homer Barnes and use his ideas for crime board games to carry out real crimes. Green Lantern tracks them to a new robbery and after being captured is put inside a giant prize-catching claw game. With the crooks apparently still getting the hang of the oversized game, Lantern manages to use his ring to hook himself onto the prize they actually caught and get dropped out of the cage, then captures the crooks. Later, Alan realizes the thieves were just stealing the one cops-and-robbers game so that no other gangs got the ideas they were using from it. However he never finds out who Homer Barnes really was, and luckily for him the boy game designer decides his ideas are no good after the gang never comes back to talk to him again, and gives up that pursuit.

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