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"Captain Triumph: "Uneasy Lies the Head That Wears a Crown"": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.

Quote1.png I'm afraid it won't be worthwhile holding a funeral for Supremo! As for Lance ... he will be all right! Biff, you'll find him at home when you get there! Quote2.png
Captain Triumph

Crack Comics #54 is an issue of the series Crack Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of May, 1948.

Synopsis for Captain Triumph: "Uneasy Lies the Head That Wears a Crown"


Appearing in Captain Triumph: "Uneasy Lies the Head That Wears a Crown"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

  • Supremo (Only appearance; dies)
    • his assassins, at least six
    • his sailors (most or all die)

Other Characters:

  • Carl Del Rey, U.S. citizen
  • Parro, Romiroan envoy (Dies)
  • Rudolf of Romiro, Carl's grandfather (Mentioned only)
  • State Troopers (some die)

Locations:

  • small town
    • gas station
    • State Police station
  • Romiro (Mentioned only)

Vehicles:

  • Lance's open-top red roadster
  • Supremo's black sedan
  • Supremo's trick truck, for concealing black sedan
  • sailing ship bound for Romiro (Destroyed)


Synopsis for Floogy the Fiji: "Kid Cruncho, the Boy Heavyweight"


Appearing in Floogy the Fiji: "Kid Cruncho, the Boy Heavyweight"

Featured Characters:

  • Floogy the Fiji

Supporting Characters:

  • Tak Tak, parrot

Antagonists:

  • Kid Cruncho, boy heavyweight

Other Characters:

  • Fuzzy
  • Floy

Locations:

  • Fiji

Items:

  • Floy's doll

Synopsis for Hack O'Hara: "The Assembly Line Slaves"


Appearing in Hack O'Hara: "The Assembly Line Slaves"

Featured Characters:

Antagonists:

  • Ephriam Troule
    • Murgatroyd
    • Persuader
    • more slavers

Other Characters:

  • Sid Roberts, cabbie
  • Joe Mason, cabbie
  • Frank O'Brien, cabbie

Locations:

  • Troule Motor Company Showroom
  • Troule Motor Company Factory

Vehicles:

  • O'Hara's Hack

Synopsis for Pen Miller: "Swagger Kane's Shoe-Smuggling Racket"


Appearing in Pen Miller: "Swagger Kane's Shoe-Smuggling Racket"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Chop Chu, houseboy

Antagonists:

  • Swagger Kane
  • Cookie Johnson
  • Paddy
    • their gang

Other Characters:

  • Higgins, U.S. Customs
    • his agents

Locations:

Items:

  • Gotham Diamond

Synopsis for Beezy: "The Problem of Mr. McGaga"


Appearing in Beezy: "The Problem of Mr. McGaga"

Featured Characters:

  • Beezy Bumble

Other Characters:

  • Gloria McGaga
  • J.B. McGaga
  • process server

Locations:

  • McGaga's house
  • Corner Cokery

Synopsis for Inkie: "Gas Tablets"

Inkie builds a jet-propelled toy racing car and powers it with gas tablets. Not "gasoline tablets," just plain drugstore antacid-seltzer tablets. The Light Weight Car Company negotiates for the rights to build it, in larger sizes, but after some comical misunderstandings are straightened out, rudely gives up on the project.

Appearing in Inkie: "Gas Tablets"

Featured Characters:

Antagonists:

  • Light Weight Car Company

Vehicles:

  • Inkie's modified wind-up toy racing car

Notes

  • In Captain Triumph, Biff gets head-konked unconscious with a rifle stock, and Lance gets riddled with tommy gun bullets.
  • Hack O'Hara gets head-konked unconscious with a blackjack.
  • Also featured in this issue of Crack Comics were:



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