"Blackhawk: "The Last Testament of Jon Yandro"": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.
- Just don't get Chop-Chop excited ... His trigger finger might tremble! Come on, Skendor! We're visiting the dungeon!
Appearing in Blackhawk: "The Last Testament of Jon Yandro"
- Jon Yandro (Dies)
- oppressed Borovarian civilians
- Borovar, formerly free port city
- Blackhawk North American F-86 Sabre jets
- mule-drawn peddler cart
Synopsis for Blackhawk: "The Last Testament of Jon Yandro"
- Synopsis not yet written.
Appearing in Torchy: "The Raffle Gig"
- Society for the Promotion of Better Harmony Between Men And Women
- sales rep
- Raffle Drawing M.C.
- elderly spinster
- handsome husband-to-be
- raffle ticket # 56789
Synopsis for Torchy: "The Raffle Gig"
A salesman tries to sell Torchy a raffle ticket but she declines. He's completely besotted by her appearance, and on his way out he secretly leaves a ticket behind anyway, as a gift. When she finds the ticket, Torchy toddles down to the drawing. Torchy has the winning ticket but because of a big misunderstanding she decides to give it away and leave quickly. The elderly spinster to whom she hands the ticket wins a movie-star-handsome husband and a lot of money, but Torchy is philosophical about this unexpected outcome.
Appearing in Will Bragg: "Bragg the Balloon"
- Will Bragg
- Mrs. Mahoulahan
- Effy Gissel
- Officer Flannigan, scoffer
- Barber Peters, skeptic
- Fire Chief Swenson, scoffer
- Henri, sculptor
- Gracies' Department Store Board of Directors
- Mrs. Mahoulahan's Boarding House
- Giant Will Bragg Parade Balloon
- Gracies' Board's extremely long limousine
Synopsis for Will Bragg: "Bragg the Balloon"
Will Bragg becomes the model for a heroic statue by a famous sculptor, or so he claims. The barbershop is full of scoffers, but off goes Bragg, to do some posing. All of his doubters and disbelievers reel in dismay and confusion that Will Bragg has finally made the big time. Then everybody sees the parade balloon in Bragg's likeness, and many hearty laughs are had at Bragg's expense. Truly all men of lofty vision are misunderstood, concludes Bragg.
Appearing in Ezra: "The Mystery Songstress"
- Ezra Jones
- Rollo Grant, as himself, and as Mystery Songstress
- Myrna Moore
- Dean Dilsbury, Jr.
- Manorville High School
- Dilsbury's big red convertible
Synopsis for Ezra: "The Mystery Songstress"
- Synopsis not yet written.
- At the end of "The Last Testament of Jon Yandro", the newly-freed Borovar civilians agree to set up makeshift democracy, but say: "We'll do so until a new government can be named by the Council of Free Nations."
- Borovar seems to be in eastern Europe, on a seacoast, and some of the men wear lederhosen. Also Borovar is in a region that's so poor and backward that a mule-drawn peddler cart seems normal.
- Skendor hits Blackhawk on the head with a heavy stone, but it does not knock him unconscious.
- Also appearing in this issue of Modern Comics was:
- "Alaskan Alien" (text story, featuring the Blackhawks)
- No trivia.
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