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"Green Lantern: "The Man Who Heard Too Much"": Alan Scott and Doiby run into a man called 3-ear Lobe, so named because he needs to use a horn because he's deaf in one ear. Lobe is actually using a phone tapper hidden within the horn to eavesdrop on crooks conversations. Every time they plan a


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All-American Comics #75 is an issue of the series All-American Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of July, 1946.

Appearing in Green Lantern: "The Man Who Heard Too Much"

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  • 3-Ears Lobe (Single appearance)
  • Slugs Scab (Single appearance)

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  • a dentist

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Synopsis for Green Lantern: "The Man Who Heard Too Much"

Alan Scott and Doiby run into a man called 3-ear Lobe, so named because he needs to use a horn because he's deaf in one ear. Lobe is actually using a phone tapper hidden within the horn to eavesdrop on crooks conversations. Every time they plan a heist, Lobe secretly follows them and waits until they have the loot before he steps in and holds them up, taking it for himself.

Appearing in Winky, Blinky, and Noddy: "No Such Thing as Ghosts"

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  • The Great Gadzini (Single appearance)

Synopsis for Winky, Blinky, and Noddy: "No Such Thing as Ghosts"

After reading a book about ghosts at the local library, Winky, Blinky, and Noddy see a ghostly white figure shaped like a woman pass them in an alley. The trio run scared into a building where they find themselves backstage of a magic show. The magician puts Noddy in a box and saws him in half, Blinky is made to disappear inside a cupboard, and Winky is sent floating away. At first thinking the tricks were real, the dimwits soon figure out it's all an act using wires and hidden back doors. They start putting on their own act in the middle of the show, angering the magician until he chases them off with swords.

Appearing in Doctor Mid-Nite: "Gamblers of the Gridiron"

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  • Slim (Single appearance)

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  • Mike (Single appearance)
  • The Yellow Jackets (football team)
  • Red Johnny Lowe (Single appearance)
  • Cliff (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Doctor Mid-Nite: "Gamblers of the Gridiron"

Red Johnny Lowe was the star quarterback of the Yellow Jackets. His game was attended by Slim, a mobster who bet money on the game. When Red wins with a touchdown, Slim cashes out and gives him half the winnings, but Red doesn't accept. One night, Red gets jumped by some thugs and roughed up. Dr. Mid-Nite comes to his rescue, delivering a few expert tackles himself. At first, Red seems to be okay, but the next day during the game his leg gives out and he can no longer play. Slim planned this, having placed a bet on the other team this time even with the odds stacked against them. Without Red playing, the team felt their morale go down. Again, Dr. Mid-Nite comes to help, making an offer to Red's coach that he'll sub for Red. With Red's vouching for the Dr's skills, the coach lets him onto the field. A few minutes before the end of the game, the lights are shut off by one of Slim's men, but because Dr. Mid-Nite can see in the dark, the Yellow Jackets win anyway. After scoring the winning goal, Dr. Mid-Nite catches the gang along with Slim and sends them off to jail.

Appearing in Hop Harrigan: "The Plaster Cireur Moulay El Filali"

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  • Babouche (Single appearance)
  • Sidi el Bieda (Single appearance)
  • Elsie (Single appearance)

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  • Chief of Police (Single appearance)
  • Hafid el Makhzen (Single appearance)

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  • The Cireur Moulay El Filali (a statue)

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  • Hop's Plane

Synopsis for Hop Harrigan: "The Plaster Cireur Moulay El Filali"

A ship that was sunken during the war contains a statue called the Cireur Moulay El Filali. A gang of bandits are looking for that statue, and they force Hop and Tank to fetch it for them.

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