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"Flash: "Evil Over Eelton"": Flash's old villain, the Eel, is released on parole and decides to create a town named after himself --- and, horror of horrors, decides to name the Three Dimwits as Mayor, Judge and Police Chief!



Appearing in Flash: "Evil Over Eelton"

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  • Eelton (Single appearance)
  • Keystone City
  • Pumpkin Center (Mentioned only)

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Synopsis for Flash: "Evil Over Eelton"

Flash's old villain, the Eel, is released on parole and decides to create a town named after himself --- and, horror of horrors, decides to name the Three Dimwits as Mayor, Judge and Police Chief!

Appearing in Ghost Patrol: "Crime with an Animal Twist"

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  • Oswald Peebles (Single appearance) (Flashback and main story)

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Synopsis for Ghost Patrol: "Crime with an Animal Twist"

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Appearing in Johnny Thunder: "The Barefoot Bandit"

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  • Barefoot Bandit (Single appearance)

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  • Johnny Thunder's aunt Jenny (Mildred Thunder's sister) (Mentioned only)
  • Johnny Thunder's other aunt Jenny (Simon Thunder's sister) (Mentioned only)

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Appearing in Hawkman: "The Revolt of the Birds!"

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  • The Jewel of Shalarr (Single appearance) (Flashback and main story)

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Notes

  • Published by J. R. Publishing Co.
  • Also appearing in this issue of Flash Comics was:
    • Rockhead McWizzard: "Turning Pages in a Book" by Jack Farr
  • In Green Lantern #10, immortal caveman Vandal Savage claimed to have been Julius Caesar. While some of Savage's other assertions in that story have been shown to be false, it is possible that claim was true.

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