"Sandra of the Secret Service: "The River Boat Racketeers, Part 3 (of 4)"": Tied up in the next room of the shack in the swamp, Sandra is able to eavesdrop as the kidnappe
- I'VE GOT IT! We'll steal his radio-car! That should make him look pretty ridiculous!
Synopsis for Sandra of the Secret Service: "The River Boat Racketeers, Part 3 (of 4)"
Tied up in the next room of the shack in the swamp, Sandra is able to eavesdrop as the kidnappers viciously work over their "pal" the ex-gangster. He does enough screaming to cover the noise of Sandra struggling her way loose from her ropes and escaping out the window. In the swamp she very luckily finds an old canoe and gets a good head start before the bad guys notice her absence, and start up their river boat in pursuit. She makes it back to her car, and drives away, but is quickly pursued by the gangsters, in their car. They've brought their kidnap victim with them.
In the darkness, on the twisty swamp roads, Sandra outmaneuvers the bad guys, and is soon following them, the dopes.
Appearing in Sandra of the Secret Service: "The River Boat Racketeers, Part 3 (of 4)"
- kidnap boss
- two kidnappers
- kidnapped ex-gangster
- diesel riverboat
- abandoned canoe
Synopsis for Radio Squad: "Officer Dugan"
Appearing in Radio Squad: "Officer Dugan"
- Officer Dugan
- Nick Simonette, racketeer (Appears only as a corpse)
- New York City
- Radio Squad HQ
- Radio Car K-7
- Radio Car G-11
Synopsis for Buccaneer: "Captain Klaugh"
In a barroom fistfight, Dennis Stone humiliates an aggressive bully, and makes an awkward initial impression on his new business partner, Captain Klaugh. Klaugh's left hand is an edgy-looking metal prosthetic. He's a slave-runner, and so was his late partner Captain Slighe. Stone wants no part of his business. Klaugh reminds him that his crew's incomes depend on their business, and challenges him to consult with his own crew about this matter. Mightily indignant, Stone vows to do just that.
He assembles the Serpent's crew on the main deck and puts the question to his men. They withdraw below-decks to talk it over.
Appearing in Buccaneer: "Captain Klaugh"
- Crew of the Serpent
- Captain Klaugh
- his crew: barroom bully, others
Other Characters: Locations:
- "Serpent," a square-rigged sailing ship
- Klaugh's ship
Synopsis for Cap'n Jerry: "The Shipwrecked Gamblers"
Jerry and Charlie have gone into the pearl business, buying pearls from the Island People. Two thugs show up in a lifeboat, with no ship's name on it. These castaways cheat at dice, and swindle the local divers and fishermen out of some of their stuff. When Cap'n Jerry confronts them about it, they produce handguns, steal Jerry's pearls, and retreat to an old stone building. This place turns out to be the local people's abandoned old jail, and it's abandoned for a reason: there's a gaping hole in the roof. While the Chief and his guys hold the villains' attention, Cap'n Jerry drops in onto one of the gunmen, then Charlie drops a rock onto the head of the other.
But then the natives want to drag out the thugs for a gruesome execution, so now Jerry and Charlie have to fend off their own erstwhile allies at gunpoint. As the situation deteriorates, a British gunboat shows up and a detachment of riflemen comes ashore, looking for these very same thugs. They're wanted for murder and it's expected that they'll hang.
Appearing in Cap'n Jerry: "The Shipwrecked Gamblers"
- Cap'n Jerry (Final appearance)
- Charlie, crewman (Final appearance)
- Mike, thug
- Joe, thug
- Island People
- pearl divers
- South Seas
- sack of pearls
Synopsis for Magic Crystal of History: "The Wars of the Roses"
Appearing in Magic Crystal of History: "The Wars of the Roses"
Synopsis for Red Logan: "Giovanni Gumbardo"
Appearing in Red Logan: "Giovanni Gumbardo"
- Giovanni Gumbardo
- his gang: Slug, others
- District Attorney Alson
- Frankie, office boy
- Sgt. Kelly
- his cops
- Times-Courier Office
- Strachan's Inn
- Police HQ
Synopsis for Johnnie Law: "Tiger's Claw Gang, Part 1 (of 4)"
Appearing in Johnnie Law: "Tiger's Claw Gang, Part 1 (of 4)"
- New York City Police Department
- "the Chief"
- Jimmie Haskell (Appears only as a corpse)
- Jimmie's girlfriend, witness
- Tiger's Claw Gang, ammunition smugglers
- New York City
- Anson Munitions Plant
- Anson Munitions Plant
Synopsis for Three Musketeers: "Episode 23 (of 25)"
Appearing in Three Musketeers: "Episode 23 (of 25)"
Synopsis for Jack Woods: "Last Chance Gulch, Part 5 (of 6)"
Jack and his men herd the formerly scattered cattle back to their owner's ranch. The owner, Hank Wilson, and his men, meets them out on the trail, and accuses THEM of being the rustlers. Tempers are hot but no shooting breaks out, and the owner herds his herd back home. Jack and Chuck think that's a mistake, because Vasquez and his men are still in the area, looking for those same cattle. That evening Wilson and his outfit set up camp near the town, and they spot that as an even bigger mistake.
That night Vasquez returns with about a hundred pistoleros, and encircles the town. Jack and his riders hit them from one side, break through, and ride into the town, where Wilson and his cowhands are also. A lot of gunfire is exchanged, then Jack and a small squad charge out, and again break the circle, while Jack shoots Vasquez dead in the chest. The leaderless bandits retreat.
Jack's cattle, however, are still missing.
Appearing in Jack Woods: "Last Chance Gulch, Part 5 (of 6)"
- Jack's men: Chuck, others
- Vasquez (Dies)
- his mob
- Hank Wilson, rancher
- Hank's hands
Synopsis for Marg'ry Daw: "The 'Partridges'"
Appearing in Marg'ry Daw: "The 'Partridges'"
- Marg'ry Daw
- gang of kidnappers
Synopsis for Wing Brady: "Paid in Full, Part 1 (of 8)"
Appearing in Wing Brady: "Paid in Full, Part 1 (of 8)"
- French Foreign Legion, 12th Battalion
- Rene Lemaire
- Roger Lawrence (Mentioned only) (Appears only as a corpse)
- Sergeant van Blarcom
- Adjutant Pytlak
- Jose Fernandez (proprietor of a dive in the village of Beltaz)
- North Africa
- Casa Bey, Foreign Legion outpost
- Prison Camp at El Brunda
- Beltaz, Arab town
- Fernandez' dive bar
- Published by Detective Comics, Inc..
- Last issue for Cap'n Jerry by Ray Burley. This issue it's printed in black, white, and red.
- Johnnie Law is printed in black & white.
- This issue Radio Squad by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster expands from 2 pages to 6.
- Sandy's partner, formerly "Jimmy," is back to being called "Larry."
- Red Logan is in black & white.
- Wing Brady has jumped to a completely new storyline. Jill Bradford and Frenchy Reynard have fallen out of the story, without explanation, and it's more than three years later.
- Also appearing in this issue of More Fun Comics were:
- Just Like Junior
- "High Stakes" (2 page text story) by Richard Martin
- Ginger Snap, by Bob Kane
- Just For Fun by Alger
- "Puzzletrix" by Walter Wellman
- Butch the Pup by Fred Schwab
- Now You Know by Sheldon Moldoff
- Stardust by Bernard Baily
- Here And There (1-panel gags) by Paul Gustavson
- Dopey Dick by Alger
- Alger's Variety Show by Alger
- In Buccaneer, Captain Klaugh's prosthetic is on his left arm except in the 5th panel of the 3rd page.