"Sandra of the Secret Service: "The River Boat Racketeers, Part 2 (of 4)"": Deep in the swamps of Florida, at night, Sandra stalks two kidnappers, but gets spotted, and sh
- Shove off, feller! She doesn't like your looks!
Synopsis for Sandra of the Secret Service: "The River Boat Racketeers, Part 2 (of 4)"
Deep in the swamps of Florida, at night, Sandra stalks two kidnappers, but gets spotted, and shot at with a submachinegun. She ducks, then follows as the gunmen reach a pier and board a river boat. Sandra swims underwater, overtakes the boat, boards it, and hides. The boat reaches a hidden pier, ties up, and the two kidnappers march their prisoner up the path to their hideout. It's a thatch-roofed hut, on stilts. Sandra eavesdrops as the two hoods meet up with their boss, but she falls into the river with a loud splash. The villains find her, tie her up, and fetch her back to the hut, then ignore her while they discuss business.
Appearing in Sandra of the Secret Service: "The River Boat Racketeers, Part 2 (of 4)"
- kidnap boss
- two kidnappers
- kidnapped rival gang boss
- diesel riverboat
Synopsis for Radio Squad: "The Speeder"
An idiot speeder in a coupe almost runs down Jimmy. Sandy and Jimmy chase him down and pull him over, and write a ticket for the driver, who promises to show up for court, and leaves. But soon their radio alerts them to a dangerous fleeing criminal, who turns out to be that same speeder! They search the area for him, but he's gotten away. Jimmy and Sandy go back to HQ to tell on themselves, but the Chief doesn't sweat it.
Sandy figures that the banker's coupe hasn't been spotted by neighboring police departments because he's still in town, and they visit a lot of hotels, motels, and flop houses in search of him; no dice. They give up and return to the boarding house, where they share a room. Some household strife takes place, caused by the old landlady's new tenant, who turns out to be the felon they've been seeking. He tries to shove past them but he's busted.
Appearing in Radio Squad: "The Speeder"
- "Chief", Sandy & Jimmy's boss
- Mrs. Grady Sandy & Jimmy's landlady
- Stone, banker
- New York City
- Radio Squad HQ
- many hotels, motels, and flop-houses
- Radio Car K-7
- Stone's coupe
Synopsis for Buccaneer: "Captain Dennis Stone"
In a shipboard fistfight, Dennis Stone kills the drunken lout of a captain, preventing a rape in the process. He then takes command of the ship. Only one of the crew wants to fight about it, with cutlasses, and Stone outfights him, makes a point of not killing him, and knocks him overboard too. The man agrees to accept the new command, and the rest of the crew follow suit.
Appearing in Buccaneer: "Captain Dennis Stone"
- Crew of the Serpent
- Captain Slighe (Dies)
- Miss Anita, passenger
- "Serpent," a square-rigged sailing ship
Synopsis for Jack Woods: "Last Chance Gulch, Part 4 (of 6)"
Appearing in Jack Woods: "Last Chance Gulch, Part 4 (of 6)"
- Jack's men: Chuck, others
- his mob
- Hank Wilson, rancher
- Hank's hands
Synopsis for Magic Crystal of History: "Joan of Arc"
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Synopsis for Cap'n Jerry: "Cap'n Slegg"
In a South Pacific island port, Cap'n Jerry catches Cap'n Slegg being a sex pest to the local women, and confronts him about it, then smacks him off his feet with one punch AND snatches away his handgun. Slegg gets cautious and waits for his chance. The Island People's chief likes the cut of Jerry's jib, and gives him a handful of pearls.
That night Cap'n Slegg slips inside Jerry's quarters and steals the pearls, plus Jerry's and Charlie's guns, but drops a hat at the scene. In the morning, across the harbor, Cap'n Slegg's schooner is getting under weigh, while Charlie, under Jerry's direction, rows toward it in a dinghy. Jerry climbs aboard and again confronts Cap'n Slegg, who sics his whole crew on him. Jerry is winning this one-sided fistfight when Cap'n Slegg pulls out a rifle and tries to shoot at him, which is just before Charlie comes over the side, with a hand grenade. Negotiations ensue. Soon Cap'n Jerry has Cap'n Slegg's rifle AND his sack of pearls back.
As Charlie rows them back to Jerry's own vessel, he confides that the hand grenade was a fake, from a souvenir shop in Singapore.
Appearing in Cap'n Jerry: "Cap'n Slegg"
- Charlie, crewman
- Cap'n Slegg
- his crew
- Island Women
- Island Chief
- South Seas
- real rifle
- fake grenade
- Jerry's sailboat
- Slegg's schooner
Synopsis for Johnnie Law: "The Protective Association, Part 3 (of 3)"
Appearing in Johnnie Law: "The Protective Association, Part 3 (of 3)"
- Johnnie Law, plainclothes cop
- New York City Police Department
- Officers Flynn, Brady, Jones, Mullins, etc.
- Brad Dunphy & gang: (wounded and arrested)
- "Knucks" (wounded and arrested)
- "Hunchy" Bambace (wounded and arrested)
- others (wounded and arrested)
- New York City
- Dunphy's Office Building
- Dunphy's Office Building
Synopsis for Three Musketeers: "Episode 22 (of 25)"
Appearing in Three Musketeers: "Episode 22 (of 25)"
Synopsis for Red Logan: "Museum Murderers, Part 3 (of 3)"
Appearing in Red Logan: "Museum Murderers, Part 3 (of 3)"
Synopsis for "Marg'ry Daw"
Appearing in "Marg'ry Daw"
Synopsis for Wing Brady: "Jill Bradford, Part 3 (of 3)"
Appearing in Wing Brady: "Jill Bradford, Part 3 (of 3)"
- French Foreign Legion, 12th Battalion
- "Hap" Hamilton
- "Frenchy" Reynard
- Captain Chevigny (Mentioned only)
- Jill Bradford
- Ali Massa (Mentioned only)
- Arab Raiding Party
- North Africa
- Casa Bey, Foreign Legion outpost
- El Coro, Arab town, 20 miles away
- Published by Detective Comics, Inc..
- First issue for Butch the Pup, by Fred Schwab.
- Starting this issue, Jim Chambers replaces Will Ely on Jack Woods.
- In Radio Squad, Sandy's partner, and room-mate, is now called "Jimmy."
- Also appearing in this issue of More Fun Comics were:
- Noiseless Nate, by Alger
- Ginger Snap, by Bob Kane
- "Flood" (2 page text story) by Richard Martin
- Coyote Canyon Bill
- Spotlights in Sports
- Just for Fun, by Alger
- "Puzzletrix" by Walter Wellman
- Stardust by Bernard Baily
- Balmy Powers, by Alger
- Nevertheless It's True by Sheldon Moldoff
- Alger's Variety Show by Alger
- Just Like Junior by Stan Asch
- First two pages of Johnnie Law are printed in black, white, and red; other two pages are black & white.