"Captain Marvel: "The Magno-Ray"": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.
- Poor devil! He wasn't a killer _ _ only a maniac! Should've been in an institution.
Synopsis for Captain Marvel: "The Magno-Ray"
Appearing in Captain Marvel: "The Magno-Ray"
Synopsis for Mr. Scarlet: "The Baffling Morto"
Appearing in Mr. Scarlet: "The Baffling Morto"
- Morto, the Spirit of Murders Past
- his swarm of cutthroats and ax murderers: Slinky, Snooge, Moriarty, many others
- Adolf Hitler
- Benito Mussolini
- a locked book in a forgotten library, prison of Morto
Synopsis for Spy Smasher: "Leads the Freedom Fight"
Admiral Corby's long-missing nephew, Stuart Corby, turns up in Paris, posing as a Gestapo officer AND working with the Free French under a secret identity, as the "Apache."
Appearing in Spy Smasher: "Leads the Freedom Fight"
- Mr. Schnitzelbank
- Corporal Von Voost
- Adolf Hitler (Mentioned only)
- Captain Gratz (Only appearance; dies)
- his men (some die)
- Lieutenant Stuart Corby (Admiral Corby's nephew)
Synopsis for Minute Man: "The Baffling Case of the Murdered Millionaire"
Appearing in Minute Man: "The Baffling Case of the Murdered Millionaire"
- U.S. Army Intelligence, G-2
- Vivian Gaye
- Officer Casey
- Officer Mike Malone
- Nephew Pennyfond
- The Strange Man With Cats (Dies)
- Mordwell T. Pennyfond (Dies)
- Chauffeur Wallace
- Butler Fitztill
- Pennyfond Estate
- Camp Blaine
- 207 Blair Street (Vivian Gaye' home)
Synopsis for Bulletman: "The Man Who Lived a Million Years"
Appearing in Bulletman: "The Man Who Lived a Million Years"
- Man of the Ages (First appearance)
- Mister Scarlet: Morto, the Spirit of Murders Past, is the first genuinely supernatural villain to show up in this feature. At this story's end, Morto has escaped safely back to his concealed place of imprisonment.
- Brian Butler is still a District Attorney in this story.
- Page 4, panels 4, 5, and 6: The art makes it look as if Scarlet and Pinky can fly.
- Spy Smasher narrates his own story.
- Spy Smasher gets bullet-wounded in the right shoulder, then gets head-konked unconscious with a rifle stock.
- Also appearing in this issue of America's Greatest Comics were:
- "Aaron's Perfect Plans" (text story) by Pauline Tyson Stephens
- Strange But True
- Cover gallery for the America's Greatest Comics series
- Images from America's Greatest Comics Vol 1 3
Links and References
- Read the complete issue at the Digital Comic Museum.