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Quote1 If the cops were there, it would only scare Mr. H off, Pat. Anyway this is a job for the Devil’s Dagger! Let’s go!” Quote2
-- the Devils Dagger



Appearing in Bulletman: "The Unholy Three"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

  • "Dr." Twiddley Fairchild (fake doctorate, real monocle)
    • Unholy Three (First appearance)
      • Nosey, dwarf
      • Herbert, ape
      • Brutus, giant

Other Characters:

  • Judge Thomas Wells (Appears only as a corpse)
  • Lawyer Franklin R. Jones

Locations:

  • New York City
    • Jones's Penthouse Apartment
    • Old Castle On The Hill

Items:

Synopsis for Bulletman: "The Unholy Three"

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Appearing in The Devil's Dagger: "The Bus Explosions"

Featured Characters

Supporting Characters:

  • Editor Burton, Daily Blade
  • Pat Gleason, Wyman's assistant

Antagonists:

  • Mister H
    • four thugs

Locations:

Items:

Vehicles:

Synopsis for The Devil's Dagger: "The Bus Explosions"

In Carterville, gangsters working for “Mr. H” (the current big crime boss, now that Jeff Marlowe is out of the picture) are planting bombs in the tailpipes of the city’s busses, wreaking havoc on the city’s transportation system, as part of his big and evil scheme for taking over the entire town. Wealthy playboy turned society reporter Ken Wyman is assigned to get to the bottom of this story; he proceeds directly to the Bus Terminal and right away catches a creep planting a bomb on a bus, chases him, catches him, and beats a confession out of him. The perp spills what he knows about a planned raid on the bus terminal, at midnight, and that “Mr. H” is behind it, and that the city’s subway system will be targeted after that. Wyman lets the thug go free, because the police would only get in his way.

That night, Ken puts on his tuxedo, short opera cape, domino mask, and top hat, and he and his unmasked assistant Pat Gleason return to the bus terminal in the Speed Ghost. Very soon Mr. H shows up, with four henchmen. Working by lantern light, they break into the terminal and start planting dynamite bombs, all connected to a single fuse, then light it. The Devil’s Dagger severs the fuse with a thrown dagger, and there’s a melee. During the fight, Dagger calls Pat “Pat,” and Pat calls the Dagger “Mr. Ken,” twice, right in front of the bad guys, many of whom are still conscious at the time. The lantern gets broken and a fire starts, right next to one of the dynamite bundles, but the Devil’s Dagger yanks off his cape and smothers the fire. While that happens, the bad guys get away, and the cops arrive, but Ken and Pat make good their escape. The next day's paper carries a story about the break-in, and editor Burton wonders who the Devil's Dagger could be.

Appearing in El Carim: "The Lifters"

Featured Characters

Supporting Characters:

  • Gladys
  • James

Antagonists:

  • The Lifters (Poke, 3 other thugs)

Other Characters:

  • Mrs. Astor
  • Officer Casey

Locations:

  • Opera House
  • Country's Largest Taxidermy Shop

Items:

  • Mrs. Astor's tiara

Synopsis for El Carim: "The Lifters"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in Minute Man: "Illyria's Robot Spy"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

Other Characters:

  • Colonel O'Hara

Locations:

  • G-2 HQ
  • Army Camp
  • Illyria's Secret Base

Items:

  • X-23 (Robot) (Destroyed)

Vehicles:

  • pilotless enemy bomber (Destroyed)
  • Gen. Milton's warplane

Synopsis for Minute Man: "Illyria's Robot Spy"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in Capt. Venture and the Planet Princess: "Rocket-Tank of Gold"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Tazon, the Scientist

Antagonists:

  • Leon, King of Djunga
    • his fleet

Other Characters:

  • Rolan Patrol Crew

Locations:

  • Ice Planet
    • Frigio's Palace (Destroyed)
  • Planet Djung

Items:

  • Leon's Physician's Life Elixer
  • Leon's X-Ray Telescope and Projection machine

Vehicles:

  • Rolan Patrol Ship
  • Rolan Armored Rocket Tank
  • Leon's Flagship
    • Djunga Battle Fleet (hundreds of space ships w/ disintegration rays)

Synopsis for Capt. Venture and the Planet Princess: "Rocket-Tank of Gold"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in Companions Three: "The Return of Hook Harrigan"

Featured Characters

Monsters:

  • (man-eating) Grandfather Oyster

Antagonists:

  • Hook Harrigan (Dies)
  • Seena

Locations:

  • tropical island

Items:

  • Don's "Davis Gear" diving helmet

Vehicles:

  • Companions Three's Sailboat

Synopsis for Companions Three: "The Return of Hook Harrigan"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in Buck Jones, Frontier Marshal: "The Menace of Blackie Moore"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Mesquite Mike, deputy

Animals:

  • Streak, Jones's horse

Antagonists:

  • Blackie Moore, boss rustler
    • Pete
    • Al
    • Slim
  • lynch mob

Other Characters:

  • Mr. Ripley, rancher
  • Hank Chesley, rancher

Locations:

  • Old West
    • Big Savage County, Arizona
      • Twin Bluffs
      • Roaring River

Synopsis for Buck Jones, Frontier Marshal: "The Menace of Blackie Moore"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in Zoro, The Mystery Man: "Mystery At Manor Hotel"

Featured Characters:

Animals:

  • Cheeta, Zoro's cheetah

Antagonists:

  • large gang of hotel robbers (three die)

Other Characters:

  • Mr. Archer, hotel manager (Dies)

Locations:

  • Mountain View Manor Hotel, at Lake Placid

Vehicles:

  • Zoro's black roadster

Synopsis for Zoro, The Mystery Man: "Mystery At Manor Hotel"

  • Synopsis not yet written.



Notes

  • Buck Jones: Credit line says "Written and Acted by Buck Jones."
  • Bulletman and Bulletgirl call each other "Susan" and "Jim" out loud, during a fight with the Unholy Three.
  • Companions Three: Nifty gets head-konked unconscious with a club.
    • Hook Harrigan was last seen in Master Comics #15, in which he was called "Hook Harroday". The Companions tie him up, stuff him inside a giant oyster shell, and toss him into the ocean to drown. Seena is sent away with a warning.
  • The Devil's Dagger and his maskless assistant Pat are both quite careless about calling one another by their real names during a fight with Mr. H and his gangsters.
    • The Devil's Dagger's "Speed Ghost’s" license plate is “71-19”. Nobody including the narrator actually refers to the Devil's Dagger's convertible roadster by name, in this story.
    • Mr. H escapes again.
  • El Carim's illusion-casting spell: "BALLA BA DRACHU"
  • Minute Man gets head-konked with a stout branch, but it doesn't knock him out, or down.
    • Villainess Illyria is thwarted, but escapes.
  • Zoro kills two more hoodlums with his sword-cane, and Cheeta kills another one.
  • Also appearing in this issue of Master Comics were:

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