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"The Flash: "The Gambling Ship"": The Flash finds a socialite, Marcia Van Doorn, in the ocean, and after rescuing Marcia from drowning, he runs so fast that her clothes dry in an instant. He learns that she was thrown overboard from a gambling ship. The gamblers hav


Quote1 Hawkman is an idiot, a mewling kitten. Quote2
-- The Thought Terror



Appearing in The Flash: "The Gambling Ship"

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  • Kidnapper-Gamblers

Other Characters:

  • Jimmy Norton
  • Mr. Norton

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  • Gambling Ship

Synopsis for The Flash: "The Gambling Ship"

The Flash finds a socialite, Marcia Van Doorn, in the ocean, and after rescuing Marcia from drowning, he runs so fast that her clothes dry in an instant. He learns that she was thrown overboard from a gambling ship. The gamblers have kidnapped her fiance, Jimmy Norton, the son of a steel magnate, in order to force his father to withdraw his support for the passage of an anti-gambling law. The Flash goes undercover as a gambler, cheats at roulette, explores the ship between spins of the wheel, rescues Jimmy, and prevents Mr. Norton from signing the withdrawal. Then he forces confessions from the kidnappers.

Appearing in "Cliff Cornwall, Special Agent: The Stolen Message"

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  • corrupt oil magnate
  • his fiancee

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  • Ambassador From Sofia

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  • Sofia

Synopsis for "Cliff Cornwall, Special Agent: The Stolen Message"

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Appearing in Hawkman: "The Thought Terror"

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  • Thought-Terror's Hypnotized Minions

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Synopsis for Hawkman: "The Thought Terror"

Carter Hall saves a man from being run down by a car; the man seems drunk, even to himself, but Hall can smell no alcohol on his breath. It turns out that the man has been hypnotized at the Futurists Club, by a cult leader calling himself "the Thought Terror." Taking with him a gladiatorial net, Hawkman captures and interrogates the driver of the car, and learns about the Thought Terror's racket: he hypnotizes his clients, predicts their fates, plants post-hypnotic suggestions to enforce those fates, and charges them money for it to boot. Hawkman invades the Futurists Club, and encounters some henchmen who have been hypnotized into invulnerability; they overpower and capture him, and lock him in a cell. Hawkman gets free with the help of Shiera, (who packs a handgun), and who smuggles a blowtorch into his cell. Then, using a shield as a mirror, the Hawk hunts the hypnotist in his darkened lair. The Thought Terror puts forth a hypnotic whammy ("Hawkman is an idiot, a mewling kitten") but the Hawk uses his shiny shield Perseus-style, to reflect the hypnotic influence back onto the villain, who loses his wits completely and ends up in a lunatic asylum. This has the follow-on effect of snapping his underlings out of his control, enabling them to return to their own lives.

Appearing in Johnny Thunder: "Johnny Law"

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  • Gyp the Jeep

Synopsis for Johnny Thunder: "Johnny Law"

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Appearing in Rod Rian of the Sky Police: "The Deadly Pool"

Featured Characters:

  • Rod Rian

Supporting Characters:

  • Sky Police

Antagonists:

  • dinosaur
  • skeleton
  • giant snake

Synopsis for Rod Rian of the Sky Police: "The Deadly Pool"

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Appearing in The King: "The Stolen Washton Jewels"

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  • Myrna Mallon

Antagonists:

  • Louie
  • English Pete

Other Characters:

  • Carla
  • Mr. & Mrs. Washton

Items:

  • Washton Jewels

Synopsis for The King: "The Stolen Washton Jewels"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in Flash Picture Novelette: "Where There's a Will"

Featured Characters:

  • Will Lawson, cowboy
  • old prospector
  • June, neice

Synopsis for Flash Picture Novelette: "Where There's a Will"

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Appearing in The Whip: "The Plundered Peons"

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  • King, The Whip's Horse

Antagonists:

  • Ambrose Grede

Synopsis for The Whip: "The Plundered Peons"

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