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"Green Lantern: "The Spotlight on Crime"": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.


Quote1 It's simple! I'll just tell th' girls to marry their guys if they can, and th' boys to stay single as long as possible! THAT'll make life interesting an' keep th' column goin'! Quote2
-- Red Tornado (Ma Hunkel)



Appearing in Green Lantern: "The Spotlight on Crime"

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Other Characters:

  • Blade, big-game hunter
  • 3rd big-game hunter
  • Lighthouse Keeper

Locations:

  • Adventurer's Club
  • Metropolitan Opera
  • Baseball Stadium

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Vehicles:

  • S.S. Southern Queen, Coffee Freighter

Synopsis for Green Lantern: "The Spotlight on Crime"

  • Synopsis not yet written.



Appearing in Atom: "The Loneliest Man in the World"

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Antagonists:

  • Raymond Macon, science fraud

Other Characters:

  • Chandler Walker, medical scientist

Locations:

Synopsis for Atom: "The Loneliest Man in the World"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in Dr. Mid-Nite: "The Aging Death"

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Antagonists:

  • Monk (Dies)
    • at least three hench (One dies.)

Other Characters:

  • Jim Olcott, banker
  • Jed Cassidy

Locations:

  • Keystone City area
    • Towers City Intersection
    • United Chemical Company

Items:

  • Monk's Metabolism Machine, artificial rapid aging ray device

Synopsis for Dr. Mid-Nite: "The Aging Death"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in Scribbly and the Red Tornado: "Nobody on the Paper"

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  • Mr. Macklin, editor
  • Old Elmer, typesetter

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Synopsis for Scribbly and the Red Tornado: "Nobody on the Paper"

At the newspaper where Scribbly works, everybody else except the excitable editor, and Elmer the typesetter, has quit, and joined the armed forces. The frenzied editor, Macklin, is determined to get an edition out even if the three of them have to print it by hand! Which they do.

When Scribbly doesn't get home that day, his mother calls Ma Hunkle to ask about him, and Ma figures what's going on at the paper. She and the Cyclone Kids leap into action. When they arrive at the newspaper office, the editor starts ordering them around, too, piling on one insane workload after another, and they find themselves going along with it. One way and another this tiny handful of people puts out that day's edition, then the next day's, then the next, and they weirdly start to enjoy it. As soon as he hears that THAT has happened, Macklin retires, on the spot, and leaves to join the Army, so he can finally get some rest.

Appearing in Red, White and Blue: "Kicking the Swastika Round"

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Other Characters:

  • Wilbur Snoope
  • Sarah Snoope
  • Professor Gleddon

Synopsis for Red, White and Blue: "Kicking the Swastika Round"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in Hop Harrigan: "Transoceanic Transport"

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Supporting Characters:

  • Army Air Transport Command
    • Sanchez
    • Tail-End Chollie
    • many others
  • Hippity
  • Miss Snap
  • Gerry
  • Prop Wash
  • Tank

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Other Characters:

  • Mayan Chiefs and Medicine Men

Locations

Vehicles:

  • World's First Transoceanic Glider Train
  • German Seaplanes

Synopsis for Hop Harrigan: "Transoceanic Transport"

  • Synopsis not yet written.



Notes

  • Published monthly except May, August, November, and February, by J.R. Publishing Company.
  • The Atom gets head-konked unconscious with a pistol-butt.
  • Dr. Mid-Nite is knocked unconscious by a bullet-wound to his shoulder.
    • An unnamed scientist builds a "metabolism machine" capable of artificially aging persons via radiation. It also has a reverse setting. After this story, this amazing technology is never used, seen, or mentioned again.
  • Green Lantern is punched unconscious by the Silhouette, with a right hook. Later he is head-konked unconscious with a baseball bat. Doiby Dickles is also knocked unconscious twice.
    • The Silhouette meets his apparent demise by falling off a lighthouse deck. The story's closing caption raises the question of whether he is really dead, but there is no record of him returning, to hunting or to crime.
  • Hop Harrigan: After this issue, Tank, Wash, Gerry, and Miss Snap drop out of the cast, at least for the next few issues.
  • Also appearing in this issue of All-American Comics were:

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