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"Wonder Woman: "The Great Blue Father"": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.

Comic Cavalcade #10 is an issue of the series Comic Cavalcade (Volume 1) with a cover date of March, 1945.

Synopsis for Wonder Woman: "The Great Blue Father"


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  • James Sissok (politician)
  • Clara (USAF stenographer)

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  • Dr. Protus Plasm's Moron Hormone

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Synopsis for "Mutt & Jeff"

(newspaper strip reprints)

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  • Mutt
  • Jeff

Synopsis for "Tomorrow the World!"

German boy Emil Bruckner goes to America to live with his uncle, who tries to get him to reject Nazism. It doesn't go well, and the outcome remains uncertain.

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  • Emil Bruckner
  • Professor Michael Frame
  • Jessie Frame
  • Patricia Frame
  • Leona Richards

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Synopsis for Green Lantern: "The Man with the Missing Memory"

Doiby picks up an amnesiac being chased by waterfront thugs in his hack. He drives past Alan Scott's house and breaks a window to get his attention. As Green Lantern he easily mops them up, but the amnesiac-Professor Memory by his business card-goes missing when another gang shows up and tries to kidnap him too. The two gangs catch up to Professor Memory at a construction site and Green Lantern protects him from the flying lead with his ring, but doesn't move to escort Professor Memory to safety, since GL wants one of them to grab Memory so he can tail them and find out why. Doiby knocks out the waterfront thugs, but they recover and burst into the other gang's hideout dressed as cops to kidnap Professor Memory again.

At their own hideout, their nefarious intentions become clear: because of his flawless memory, the waterfront thugs used him to keep track of the take from every robbery they pulled and where the loot was hidden. A bump on the head gave him amnesia and all their ill-gotten gains are effectively missing unless he's cured. Thinking some emotional distress might jog his memory they force Professor Memory to balance a stick with a cup of nitroglycerin on top. Green Lantern comes by just in time to save him, and in the ensuing fight Doiby accidentally punches Professor Memory in the head and cures his amnesia. Which does the thugs no good because they're all in jail.

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  • Checker Mob
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Synopsis for Picture Stories from History: "The Story of the French and Indian War"


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Synopsis for Johnny Everyman: "The Dragon Dies in India"


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Synopsis for The Flash: "The Elevator That Went Sideways!"


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Notes

  • Published quarterly by Gainlee Publishing Co. This 84-page magazine sold for fifteen cents a copy, in an era when almost all other comics were 64 pages, for ten cents.
  • "Tomorrow, the World!" is adapted from the 1944 movie "Tomorrow, the World!", which was in turn adapted from the 1943 play of the same name. The play was written by James Gow and Armand d'Usseau. The movie was written by Ring Lardner, Jr. and Leopold Atlas. Gow and d'Usseau are credited in the comic, but Lardner and Atlas are not, nor is the comic writer.
    • The title comes from Adolph Hitler's quote "Today Germany; tomorrow the world."
    • The ending is left open, and introduces an essay contest, with a $1000 prize, for letter-writers to tell us "What would YOU do with Emil Bruckner?"



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