"Blackhawk: "The Black Lancers"": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.
Appearing in Blackhawk: "The Black Lancers"
- Baron Scar (wears a monocle) (Single appearance)
- Dagla (uses a long-stem cigarette holder) (Single appearance)
- The Black Lancers (Single appearance)
- Police Commissioner
- unnamed European capital
- six Blackhawk Grumman XF5F Skyrockets
Synopsis for Blackhawk: "The Black Lancers"
- Synopsis not yet written.
Appearing in Torchy: "The Jewelry Store Holdup Gig"
- jewelry store manager (wears a monocle)
- Dink, robber
- other robber
Synopsis for Torchy: "The Jewelry Store Holdup Gig"
Torchy cqptures some jewelry store robbers.
Appearing in Dogtag: "All's Well That Ends In a Well"
- Slippy, insurance racketeer
- Gooley, hench thug
- John Dykes, executive
- James, chauffeur
- Will-paralyzing Gas
Synopsis for Dogtag: "All's Well That Ends In a Well"
In a case of mistaken identity, Dogtag gets thrown down a well, twice, and two racketeers get busted.
Appearing in Ezra: "Rollo's Teleportation Machine"
- Ezra Jones
- Rollo Grant
- Myrna Moore
- Great Bambino, magician
- Dean Dilsbury, Jr.
- Hedy Lamour, movie star (Mentioned only)
- Turner Twins
- Pruzonian Ambassador
- Agent Hardiman, FBI
Synopsis for Ezra: "Rollo's Teleportation Machine"
Rollo invents a teleportation machine, but it doesn't work.
Appearing in Choo Choo: "Lost City of Gold"
- Choo Choo LaMoe
- Cherry Lane
- Mr. Burke
- his twin brother
- Rover, a Bird Dog
- Magic Ring
- Passenger Airplane
Synopsis for Choo Choo: "Lost City of Gold"
Choo Choo and Cherry fly to South America to appear in a jungle movie. In the jungle Choo Choo meets an eccentric old crackpot, who lives in a palace the size of a small city, filled with strange inventions. He has a winged Bird Dog named Rover. The old coot looks just like Mr. Burke, the movie director, and all the clocks in his palace run at very high speeds, and he gifts Choo Choo a magic ring, "to make the wearer's days pass in swift happiness." When things get too weird Choo Choo runs away, and almost escapes across a chasm, but has a bad fall, and wakes up in a familiar part of the jungle. Cherry and Mr. Burke are worried about her, because she's been missing for four months. Choo Choo thinks she's just had a bad dream.
Director Burke's real reason for flying to South America turns out to be in search of his twin brother, who is believed to have discovered a lost city of gold! Cherry and Choo Choo fly back to Hollywood, very disappointed, and very puzzled about those missing four months. Choo Choo is still wearing the old crackpot's "magic ring."
Appearing in Will Bragg: "Golf Tournament"
- Will Bragg
- Effy Gissel
- Bill Tilden (Mentioned only)
- Security Guard
- Caddy's Girlfriend
- Timber Wolf
- Tournament Official
- Mrs. Mahoulahan's Boarding House (Mentioned only)
- Country Golf Club
Synopsis for Will Bragg: "Golf Tournament"
Will Bragg fast-talks his way into a golf tournament but is terrible at golfing.
- Blackhawk gets head-konked unconscious, for the eleventh time, with a cavalry lance.
- In the splash panel of Choo Choo's story, she gets elaborately tied up by the jungle crackpot; in the story this doesn't happen.
- First issue for Torchy by Bill Ward, last seen in Doll Man #9 Summer 1946.
- Also featured in this issue of Modern Comics were:
- "Killer Ship" (text story)
- Poodle McDoodle
- Prudence by Michael Senich
- No trivia.
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