"Wonder Woman: "Flaming Fury"": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.

Comic Cavalcade #15 is an issue of the series Comic Cavalcade (Volume 1) with a cover date of June, 1946.

Synopsis for Wonder Woman: "Flaming Fury"


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  • Uriah Skinflint
  • Sheriff Sam Stronge

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  • Nancy Reardon
  • Mr. Reardon
  • Tony Page

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  • Clermont

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Synopsis for Just a Story: "The Man That Time Forgot"


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  • Dr. Brown

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Synopsis for Flash: "Spend Till It Hurts"


Appearing in Flash: "Spend Till It Hurts"

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  • Merritt's Butler

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  • Johnny Merritt
  • Howard Merritt

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Synopsis for Foney Fairy Tales: "Two Heads Are Better Than One"


Appearing in Foney Fairy Tales: "Two Heads Are Better Than One"

Featured Characters:

  • Uncle Foney
  • Oswald the Ogre
  • Princess Gertrude

Synopsis for Hop Harrigan: "Puzzles, Planes, and Machine-Gun Bullets"


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  • Harry
  • Yama Go

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  • X-37-D
  • Filipino Freedom

Synopsis for Green Lantern: "The Human Key"

Locksley Smith was someone with not only an uncanny ability to open any lock or safe but an irresistible compulsion to do so. Which got him fired when he unwittingly opened his boss's office safe right in front of the man. He's picked up by the police for jaywalking afterward, and with no money or job to pay his fine is put in jail for the night instead. Within minutes he's not only freed himself but Bigpig Bickford and his mob, who were all due to go on trial the next day. Naturally, the criminals drag Locksley along with him when they make their getaway. Doiby goes to Locksley's house to look into him but, ironically, finds himself locked in. Green Lantern trails the gang to the safe where the criminals locked up their guns, which Locksley opens against his will. The hero attacks until he's bopped on the head by one of the crooks with a wooden club.

Bigpig takes Locksley to a boat with diving equipment and plans to have Locksley open the vault on a sunken gold freighter in the harbor. Green Lantern dives after them, protected by his ring, but Bigpig threatens his captive to keep the hero at bay. The getaway car crashes into a fire hydrant while they try to escape and makes the gangsters easy prey for Green Lantern. He gets Locksley Smith a new job at the interstate canal, as there's no safes to accidentally open. There are, however, gigantic locks, which Locksley can't resist opening and creating maritime havoc. Green Lantern thinks he'd better find the man another job in a hurry.

Appearing in Green Lantern: "The Human Key"

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  • Judge Jeffreys
  • Officer Clancy
  • "BigPig" Bickford
  • Mike

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  • Locksley Smith
  • Baby Jane
  • Mr. Roxon
  • Jim

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