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"Wonder Woman: "The Menace of the Rebel Manlings"": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.

Comic Cavalcade #18 is an issue of the series Comic Cavalcade (Volume 1) with a cover date of December, 1946.

Synopsis for Wonder Woman: "The Menace of the Rebel Manlings"


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Synopsis for Flash: "The Galloping Greenbacks"


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  • Petty criminals

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  • Josh

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  • Mountain Mulligan

Synopsis for Just a Story: "Detour"


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  • Jimmy O'Neil

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  • Jimmy's mother

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  • Rocky
  • Kid Kitchen (Dies)
  • Shuffle Smith

Other Characters:

  • Clown the dog
  • Spike
  • Pat Dunn
  • Madame Seera (a fortune teller)
  • Mr. Gilligan

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Synopsis for Hop Harrigan: "Seek and Hide" (or "The Airmail Trail")


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Synopsis for Green Lantern: "The Meaning of 'D'"

Criminal Twister Turner poses as a fortune teller and hypnotizes Abner Kale to steal, but only gets out the first letter, "D", before cops burst in and arrest him. The rest of Turner's gang follows Kale around planning to seize the "jackpot" when they find out what their boss had intended to steal. This doesn't quite go as planned, and attracts Green Lantern's attention when Kale wanders into Alan Scott's office and steals his dictaphone, desk lamp, and several other "D" items. Green Lantern and Doiby catch up to him when he and the gang try to steal a dinosaur skeleton, but when things get out of hand set off dynamite to create enough chaos to escape. Kale realizes Doiby Dickles has two D's in his name and kidnaps him, but that still doesn't seem to be it and next Kale steals a dirigible, but Green Lantern catches up to it in the air and tows it back to land. Back at Kale's house a donkey he stole earlier has been causing chaos kicking things up around the house, including freeing Doiby from his cage. The heroes manage to knock out the gangsters before Green Lantern uses his ring to free Kale from the half-finished hypnosis he was under. He goes back to his day job, and Green Lantern and Doiby finally get their answer to what this was all about: Kale works in diamond importing. However just as they learn this a man comes running out of the building moaning that his dental plate was stolen, indicating Kale hasn't been completely cured after all.

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  • Petty criminals
    • Twister Turner
    • Nitro
    • Shorty

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  • Abner Kale
    • his wife

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  • WXYZ Radio
  • Alan Scott's Apartment
  • Archeological Museum
  • Airport

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  • Silver Cloud (dirigible)

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Trivia

  • This issue features one of the rare times that Wonder Woman goes berserk.
  • It's 1946; Jay and Joan Garrick are not yet married.


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