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"The Haunted Tank: "Dead Men Patrol"": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.

Quote1.png We gotta fool the Krauts into thinking all our tanks are fully manned... so you and your dead buddies will save Patton's column! Quote2.png
Lt. Jeb Stuart

G.I. Combat #196 is an issue of the series G.I. Combat (Volume 1) with a cover date of November, 1976.

Synopsis for The Haunted Tank: "Dead Men Patrol"


Appearing in The Haunted Tank: "Dead Men Patrol"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

  • German Panzer Leader Ernst Baumer
  • German Infantry soldiers

Other Characters:

  • American Artillery soldiers
  • American Infantry soldiers
  • General George S. Patton

Locations:

Items:

  • German 88 mm Anti-tank Artillery gun
  • 75mm Artillery shells
  • Fuel cans
  • Steel fuel drums

Vehicles:


Synopsis for O.S.S.: "Operation: Slaughterhouse!"


Appearing in O.S.S.: "Operation: Slaughterhouse!"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

  • German Naval seamen
  • German Naval Frogmen
  • Shark

Other Characters:

  • American Military officers
  • British Military officers
  • British Naval seamen
  • Porpoise

Locations:

Items:

  • Plastic High-Explosive bomb

Vehicles:

  • German Battleship "Leipzig"
  • British Naval submarine

Notes

  • Page 5 features a Hostess Fruit Pie advertisement featuring Green Lantern (Hal Jordan). Green Lantern is shrunk to miniature size by Dr. Live (Evil spelled backwards), and placed in a jar along with other captured scientists, who were miniaturized just as they were biting into their Hostess Fruit Pies. Fortunately, Green Lantern's ring can make them all normal again, and they can enjoy their pies in peace.
  • Page 31 features a public service announcement for the National Center for Juvenile Justice, featuring Superman. A group of kids tell Superman about their clubhouse being vandalized. The culprits were caught by the police, the the kids were not happy that the police read them their Miranda Rights. Superman explains that all people have the right to justice, and a court of law will decide their guilt.



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