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"Sandra of the Secret Service: "Sandra's Vacation, Part 2"": Aboard the steamship from New York to Florida, Baroness von Schmidt's expensive necklace has been stolen. The captain complies


Quote1 Enough Doctor! How dare you talk to Fang Gow this way? You shall operate now -- do you hear? Now! Dogs, bring in the instruments of torture! Quote2
Fang Gow



Appearing in Sandra of the Secret Service: "Sandra's Vacation, Part 2"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Michael

Other Characters

  • Lucille du Pont, celebrated debutante
  • Baron von Schmidt, her husband (wears a monocle.)
  • steamship captain

Antagonists:

  • rude drunk man
  • other thug

Locations:

  • Atlantic Coast

Vehicles:

  • passenger liner

Synopsis for Sandra of the Secret Service: "Sandra's Vacation, Part 2"

Aboard the steamship from New York to Florida, Baroness von Schmidt's expensive necklace has been stolen. The captain complies with her angry demands for everybody present to be searched. This proves fruitless. Meanwhile the rude drunk man from dinner is also still around, only much more sober.

Sandra and Michael do some snooping around and find the Baron in his stateroom, being threatened by the fake drunk guy and one accomplice, in a dispute about some stolen jewelry that turns out to be fake. Michael slips and falls; the bad guys rush out and catch him, while both Sandra and the Baron quietly leave the scene. The bad guys abduct Michael, but Sandra figures his danger is less immediate, and follows the Baron.

Appearing in Dr. Occult: "The Spectral Killer"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Police Sergeant Vin Ellsworth

Antagonists:

  • Ed Murphyb (As a spirit)

Items:

Synopsis for Dr. Occult: "The Spectral Killer"

As he is about to be electrocuted, convicted murderer Ed Murphy vows revenge on every spectator in the room. Several days later, Sergeant Ellsworth tells Doctor Occult that several of the spectators have been murdered. Occult tries to think of a plan, but by the time he retires to bed that night, none has come. Suddenly, Murphy's spirit appears and tries to strangle Occult, but Occult manages to grab his mystic symbol and sever Murphy's connection to the material world.

Appearing in Mark Marson: "The Murder of Lord Greystone, Part 4"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Inter-Planetary Police
    • Lieutenant Montague
    • Professor Hillary
  • Gail Hillary

Antagonists:

  • Doctor

Animals:

  • Forked Cobra (Mentioned only)

Other Characters:

  • Lord Greystone (Mentioned only)
  • Mr. Barwicke, Zoo Superintendent
    • Zoo Staff

Era:

  • 2060

Locations:

  • Planet Ciro
    • Blue Bay
      • Lord Greystone's Estate
      • Zoo

Items:

  • I-P Police Electro-Ray Pistol

Vehicles:

  • Large Police Giro Car

Synopsis for Mark Marson: "The Murder of Lord Greystone, Part 4"

Mark Marson and Sgt. Montague draw their sidearms and race to the spot pointed out by Gail. They find only a large discarded black robe, a giant pair of boots, and a set of stilts. The killer has escaped, but he was hit hard by Gail's Giro Car, and has left a trail of blood, which leads them some distance than stops, as if he'd bandaged his own wound. The two policemen gather up his discarded disguise and pack it away for evidence. Then they visit the Zoo, home of the only local live Forked Snake, the source for the venom used in two murders. Marson has the Zoo Superintendent summon his entire staff. One man has a bandaged head.

Appearing in Pirate Gold: "Episode 17"

Featured Characters:

Other Characters:

  • Jean

Antagonists:

  • Jean's Slave Buyer (Behind the scenes)
    • his guards

Era:

Locations:

Synopsis for Pirate Gold: "Episode 17"

Captain Dennis and young Jeff Roberts have escaped from their new owner and now are in teeming Shanghai, finding Jean, and promising her that she also shall be free, that very night. Dennis and Roberts then find a hiding place, wait until dark, then sneak into a Chinese temple. Inside, a worshipper is lighting devotional firecrackers. They steal as many firecrackers as their pockets can pack, then hurry back, unobserved, to the house holding Jean, then climb to a balcony and work along a ledge around the wall to an open window, and get inside. They find a large courtyard and several armed guards, whom they are able to panic and send fleeing with the flung firecrackers.

Appearing in Magic Crystal of History: "Henry the Third Lord Pembroke and Earl Hubert De Burgh"

Featured Characters:

Items:

Other Characters:

Synopsis for Magic Crystal of History: "Henry the Third Lord Pembroke and Earl Hubert De Burgh"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in Barry O'Neill: "Fang Gow of China, Part 29"

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Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

Other Characters:

  • Ling Foo
  • Doctor Bonfils

Locations:

Synopsis for Barry O'Neill: "Fang Gow of China, Part 29"

Barry's attempted escape, out the window and down the rope, is thwarted by Fang Gow's fighters, several of whom are dragging the rope upward. Barry gets some footing on the wall and bounces himself away, swinging across the alley to grab the other end of the severed rope, shifts onto it, then cuts the end held by the thugs. Reaching the street, Barry rejoins Jean and Inspector Le Grand, and Le Grand sends troops to surround the building holding Fang Gow's base. Dr. Bonfils is still a prisoner inside, and Fang Gow demands that he perform spinal surgery upon him. When Bonfils balks, the fiend threatens him with torture!

Appearing in Jack Woods: "The Horse Thief, Part 2"

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Synopsis for Jack Woods: "The Horse Thief, Part 2"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in Spike Spalding: "Homecoming, Part 2"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Pincus
  • Uncle George
  • Aunt Mary
  • Pincus' Mom

Other Characters:

  • Prince Philip of Patrania (Final appearance)
  • Princess Margo (Final appearance)
  • Pincus' sailor friend (never got named) (Final appearance)

Locations:

Synopsis for Spike Spalding: "Homecoming, Part 2"

Spike and Pincus travel by steamship from Patrania to America and then by train to their home town, where they are joyously greeted by their families.

Appearing in Pep Morgan: "Picnic"

Featured Characters:

Other Characters

  • Peggy
  • Peggy's friends

Synopsis for Pep Morgan: "Picnic"

Pep and Peggy slip away from her friends, but her pesky friends manage to tag along anyway, and cause trouble.

Appearing in Johnnie Law: "The Dope Peddlers, Part 4"

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Synopsis for Johnnie Law: "The Dope Peddlers, Part 4"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in Bob Merritt: "The Mystery Plane, Part 24"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Jake
  • Red
  • Shorty

Synopsis for Bob Merritt: "The Mystery Plane, Part 24"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in Three Musketeers: "Episode 18"

Featured Characters:

Other Characters

  • M. Bonacieux

Antagonists:

Locations:

Synopsis for Three Musketeers: "Episode 18"

After his secret conversation with the Queen of France, the Duke of Buckingham departs the palace, carrying a gold casket containing twelve diamond studs. Meanwhile M. Bonacieux has been arrested and marched into the Bastille. He is interrogated by a Commissar who informs him that he is accused of high treason. After passing a sleepless night, Bonacieux is interviewed again, and is very anxious to cooperate. He implicates his wife and his tenant, D'Artagnan. The Commissar is delighted to hear this, as he has earlier received D'Artagnan as a prisoner, but when the prisoner is brought in, he is Athos! This makes Bonacieux's story less believable than before, and the Commissar has him locked up again, as is Athos. That evening, a carriage and a mounted squad of guards convey Bonacieux out of the prison, to Croix Du Travois, the execution grounds!

Appearing in Bradley Boys: "The County Fair, Part 5"

Featured Characters:

Other Characters:

  • Deputy (Final appearance)
  • Princess Tan Elk (Single appearance)
  • Chief Sun Hi (Single appearance)

Locations:

  • Boone County
  • Gumt River

Synopsis for Bradley Boys: "The County Fair, Part 5"

The deputy is marching Tom and Jack back to the fairgrounds when they team up to overpower and escape from him. They flee to the bank of the swift river and dive in. The river sweeps them thru some rocky rapids and they get battered about. From the shore, their plight is seen by Princess Tan Elk, who runs to fetch her father, Chief Sun Hi.

Appearing in "Radio Squad"

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Locations:

Synopsis for "Radio Squad"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in Wing Brady: "Omar Khan"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

  • Large troop of Arab horsemen
  • Omar Khan

Other Characters:

  • Akmeh Bey, camel dealer
  • Runaway American Girl

Locations:

Synopsis for Wing Brady: "Omar Khan"

Out on the desert, far from any reinforcements, Wing Brady and his two pals spot a large body of horsemen, moving rapidly in their direction. They take cover, and with the sun's glare right behind them, aren't visible from the galloping troop of well-armed Arabs. Once they are gone, the trip continues without incident to the town of El Coro. There Wing Brady haggles with wily old Akmeh Bey, and procures fifteen racing camels, to be delivered at the city gate that same day. Walking away from that meeting, Wing is crashed into by a sprinting young woman; they topple into the street. Wing is surprised to find that she's white and sounds American. Right then, burly, bullying Omar Khan shows up, with a whip, claims that the girl is his wife, and demands her return. She disputes his claim and tells Brady she was kidnapped. Hap and Frenchy quietly line up alongside Wing, who warns Omar to put up his whip, and has some questions for the girl. But the first one almost gets her killed, when he asks for the name of her kidnapper, Khan points a gun at her and vows that she'll not say that name!

Notes

  • Published by Nicholson Publishing Co., Inc..
  • Last issue for Barry O'Neill by Leo O'Mealia in this magazine, with the story breaking off in mid-cliff-hanger. The feature next appears in New Adventure Comics #31.
  • This issue, Brad Hardy is absent; it returns next issue.
  • Last issue for Bradley Boys by Creig Flessel, which breaks off in mid-cliff-hanger.
  • Doctor Occult: The former Captain Ellsworth is back to being a Sergeant again.
  • Last issue for Hanko the Cowhand by Creig Flessel.
  • In Mark Marson, Sgt. Montague has apparently been promoted to Lieutenant. Marson's rank is still not stated.
  • Last issue for Pep Morgan in this magazine; the feature migrates to Action Comics, with Fred Guardineer replacing Creig Flessel as writer/artist.
  • Last issue for Woozy Watts by Russel Cole.
  • Also appearing in this issue of More Fun Comics were:

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