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Quote1 Grab his hair and hang on. We're going for a ride! Leon's Frankenstein monster is coming back to him like a boomerang! Quote2
Captain Venture

Master Comics #22 is an issue of the series Master Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of January, 1942.

Appearing in Bulletman: "The Wax Death"

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  • Sir Henry Eliot
  • Sir Henry Welch

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Appearing in Minute Man: "The Hawk"

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Appearing in El Carim: "The Return of the Little Men"

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Appearing in Buck Jones, Frontier Marshal: "Salty Bill and the Gold Mine"

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Appearing in Companions Three: "Sue Belle, Fight Fixer"

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Appearing in Capt. Venture: "The End of King Leon"

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  • Captain Venture (Final appearance)
  • Zyra, the Planet Princess (Final appearance)

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  • Lord Zane, Ruier of Mirage City
  • Tazon, new King of Djunga

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  • King Leon (Dies)
    • his spy, X-23 (wears a monocle)
    • his scientist
      • Titano, his Frankenstein Monster (1000 feet tall) (Dies)

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  • Mirage City citizens (many die)

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Synopsis for Capt. Venture: "The End of King Leon"

Captain Venture, Zyra, and Tazon are exiled in the vast, blinding desert of Djunga. They see a series of mirages, but one of them turns out to be a real city, and they are welcomed inside. In Mirage City, they are befriended by the Ruler, Lord Zane. A spy spots them and rats them out to King Leon, who flies into a rage on learning that Captain Venture is still alive. He offers a million dollars in gold to anybody that can manage to kill Captain Venture. One obscure scientist gets busy.

King Leon's scientist creates a "Frankenstein Monster," 1000 feet tall, and deploys it against Mirage City. After stomping across the desert, the berserk monster goes smashing thru the city like a dozen hurricanes. He rampages for hours, and eventually grows weary and falls asleep. Captain Venture scrambles onto the giant's head and puts a swordpoint to Titano's eardrum. That gets Titano's full attention, and he hijacks this monster, and turns him around, back towards Leon's palace. Picking up Zyra and Tazon on the way, the giant invades Leon's stronghold, brushing aside his rocket fleet, his army, and all his cannons. The giant snatches the cowering despot up into the air, and waits, while he blubbers and snivels for mercy, and abdicates his throne in favor of Tazon, then flings the villain to his death. Then the giant's overworked heart gives out, and he topples dead as well. Tazon vows that tyranny will never return to Djunga.

Appearing in Zoro, the Mystery Man: "The Tomb of Tut Ankhara"

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  • Cheeta, Zoro's cheetah (Final appearance)

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  • Ben Ali (Dies)
    • Egyptian Secret Society thugs (four die)

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  • Abdul Ahmid
  • Ellison, explorer (Mentioned only)
    • two assistants (Mentioned only)

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  • Egypt
    • Cairo
      • Airfield
      • Abdul Ahmid's Mansion
    • Gizeh
      • Tomb of Tut Ankhara

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  • Scarab of Tut Ankhara

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Notes

  • Final issue for Capt. Venture by Otto Binder and Howard Purcell.
    • King Leon's scientist calls the giant his "Frankenstein Monster," and Leon himself posts a bounty of "a million dollars in gold" for Capt. Venture.
  • Final issue for Zoro w/ art by Mac Raboy.
    • Zoro kills four more adversaries, and his cheetah kills a fifth.

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