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- 1 Synopsis for Wonder Woman: "Siege of the Iron Giants"
- 2 Appearing in Wonder Woman: "Siege of the Iron Giants"
- 3 Synopsis for Johnny Peril Tells Just a Story: "A Very Honorable Guy"
- 4 Appearing in Johnny Peril Tells Just a Story: "A Very Honorable Guy"
- 5 Synopsis for Green Lantern: "If Guns Could Only Talk"
- 6 Appearing in Green Lantern: "If Guns Could Only Talk"
- 7 Synopsis for The Atom: "The Most Popular Hat in the World"
- 8 Appearing in The Atom: "The Most Popular Hat in the World"
- 9 Synopsis for Hop Harrigan: "Raindrops Trip the Crime"
- 10 Appearing in Hop Harrigan: "Raindrops Trip the Crime"
- 11 Synopsis for Flash: "The Sleeping City"
- 12 Appearing in Flash: "The Sleeping City"
- 13 Notes
- 14 Trivia
- 15 See Also
- 16 Links and References
Synopsis for Wonder Woman: "Siege of the Iron Giants"
Appearing in Wonder Woman: "Siege of the Iron Giants"
- King Ironsides (Single appearance)
- Colonel Smugson, U.S. Army Official
- Butch, Wooloo translator
- Loko, Wooloo Chief
- Pacific Ocean
- Wooloo Island, a U.S. Protectorate
- Wooloo Island, a U.S. Protectorate
- Washington, D.C.
- Military Intelligence Headquarters
- "Iron Giants" (at least six), bulletproof oversized armor suits
- Etta's Mental Radio
- Etta Candy's personal airplane
- Steve Trevor's USAF airplane
- Wonder Woman's Invisible Plane
Synopsis for Johnny Peril Tells Just a Story: "A Very Honorable Guy"
Appearing in Johnny Peril Tells Just a Story: "A Very Honorable Guy"
- Johnny Peril (Flashback and main story)
- Japanese Military (Flashback only)
- Phil Camp (Flashback and main story)
- Captain Guy Follette (Dies in flashback)
- Sgt. Saunders (Flashback only)
- Burma, December 1941 (Flashback only)
- "Jump Off" Base, December 1941 (Flashback only)
- Burma Road, December 1941 (Flashback only)
- Taran Bu, enemy installations, January 1st 1942 (Flashback only)
- U.S. heavy bomber (Destroyed) (Flashback only)
- Japanese Zero fighters (3 destroyed) (Flashback only)
- U.S. seaplane (Flashback only)
Synopsis for Green Lantern: "If Guns Could Only Talk"
Whitesley, a wealthy collector, has a gun from a baffling locked room mystery in his collection, and wonders what some of the weapons there would say if they could talk. The self-aware gun relates in flashback how much it dislikes Doiby Dickles.
- Originally this gun belonged to nightclub owner Jonah Dayton, who was confronted by Doiby about staying away from Alan Scott, and who confiscated the gun to keep Dayton from doing anything to his partner with it. Doiby followed Alan on a night out with a group of disreputable new friends, and his suspicions were seemingly proven when he found them robbing a rich man's house. Afterward Doiby took the gun and went to confront Dayton again, but was clubbed unconscious just as the gun went off. Dickles then came around, to find Dayton killed by a gunshot.
- Green Lantern helped Doiby escape by walking through the wall courtesy of his magic ring, but when they came back to investigate, GL found some tweezers and string , which he deduced had been used to lock the door from the outside, and make it look like nobody else had entered the room. Someone had, however, the leader of the gang Alan that had been trying to infiltrate. He knocked out the heroic duo with gas and prepared to dump them off a bridge. GL's ring protected them from the gas and they unmasked the gang's leader, Whitesley himself. Dayton had been a member of his gang, but Whitesley had actually killed Dayton, sacrificing him to make Doiby look guilty of murder, to weaken the city's heroic protectors.
After the case the self-aware gun was given back to Doiby, who since that time has rigged it to work like a lamp instead. The gun ponders the way its opinion of Doiby is now much higher, with it being proved he wasn't a murderer.
Appearing in Green Lantern: "If Guns Could Only Talk"
- Dayton's Pistol
- his gang:
- Jonah Dayton (Dies)
- Gotham City
- District Attorney's office
- Blue Whale Nightclub
- Scott's apartment
- Whitesley's mansion
Synopsis for The Atom: "The Most Popular Hat in the World"
Appearing in The Atom: "The Most Popular Hat in the World"
- Haberdashery Store Manager / Fence
- Soapy, jewel thief
- Lew, jewel thief
- School Play Actors
- Police Captain
- Calvin City, Connecticut
- Haberdashery Shop
- Al Pratt's room, in a house, in the country
- School Play Theater
- jade bracelet
- two almost-identical snap-brim hats
Synopsis for Hop Harrigan: "Raindrops Trip the Crime"
Appearing in Hop Harrigan: "Raindrops Trip the Crime"
- Tank Tinker
- Mariana Harrigan, Hop's sister
- Miss Snap
- Renaldo (Mentioned only)
- "El Gringo Dingo"
- Harrigan airfield
- Repair Hangar Thirteen
- main house
- light airplane (damaged)
Synopsis for Flash: "The Sleeping City"
Appearing in Flash: "The Sleeping City"
- Joan Williams
- Brian Lowery, Garrick Labs Scientist
- The Thinker
- his gang (One dies)
- Professor Gazey, Master Hypnotist (Only appearance; dies)
- theater audience (Most or all die)
- County Sheriff
- Keystone City Mayor
- City Council
- Passenger Station, not in KC
- Keystone City
- Civic Theater
- Garrick Research Laboratories
- City Hall
- The Thinker's Blimp
- Overland Express
- Published bi-monthly by National Comics Publications, Inc. This 76-page magazine sold for fifteen cents a copy, in an era when almost all other comics were 64 pages, for ten cents.
- The Atom:
- Per page 2 panel 5, Al Pratt's home address is 67 Oak Lane.
- The Flash:
- Per GCD this story was probably written by Robert Kanigher.
- That's an ALCO PA1, pulling the Overland Express.
- Flash gets head-konked unconscious by a ventilator fan blade. He also gets head-hit with a chair, with inconclusive results.
- Hop Harrigan:
- Elderly Miss Snap gets head-konked unconscious, with a club.
- Hop keeps a handgun in the repair hangar.
- Wonder Woman:
- Diana Prince, unlike all of her Military Intelligence co-workers, speaks and understands the Wooloo language. So does Etta Candy and some of the other Holliday Girls.
- King Ironsides knows about Wonder Woman's bracelet-chaining weakness.
- Also appearing in this issue of Comic Cavalcade were:
- Table of Contents
- "Mutt & Jeff" (newspaper strip reprints) by Bud Fisher
- Ton O' Fun (gags) by Harry Lampert
- "Let's Turn On the Heat" (text story) by Cliff Rhodes
- Editorial Advisory Board (promotional text)
- "For the Fastest Moving Action in the World --" (2/3 page ad for the current issues of Flash Comics #88 and All-Flash #31)