"The Spectre: "Trigger Daniels' Death Curse"": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.
- Mighty queer! He had that weird perfume on him too! But what's a white man doing here?
Synopsis for The Spectre: "Trigger Daniels' Death Curse"
Appearing in The Spectre: "Trigger Daniels' Death Curse"
- Chief of Police
- "Trigger" Daniels (Dies) (Ghost) (Destroyed)
- O'Leary (Dies)
- Unnamed prosecutor (Dies)
- Stanley Newton (Dies)
- Judge Carlyle
- Amos Gantry (Dies)
Synopsis for Detective Sergeant Carey: "The Panama Plot"
Appearing in Detective Sergeant Carey: "The Panama Plot"
Synopsis for Congo Bill: "The Jungle Scientist"
While exploring for botanical samples in a section of Africa unfamiliar to them, Congo Bill and Professor Kent are attacked by a lion. Bill shoots the lion, which is covered in a strange perfume. They soon meet a bespectacled, turban-wearing white man, wearing the same perfume, who claims to be the lion's owner and warns them that they will die. Moving onward, Bill and Joe are soon attacked by some hostile trees with pliable limbs. The unnamed white man, who is using the weird perfume to control the grabby trees, leads them back to his laboratory, where they find a girl, locked up in the lab, who claims to be the Jungle Scientist's step-daughter. She reveals that the man is developing flesh-eating trees, and hopes to make them capable of reasoning, and plans to use her, Joe's, and Bill's brains in this process. Congo Bill makes his move, and forces the scientist to flee into the jungle. The girl has been watching the scientist, and knows the recipe for the weird perfume, and mixes up a batch of it, which will protect them from the man-eating trees in the area. As the trio leave the lab, they discover the scientist, who has been killed by the trees. After departing the area, Congo Bill and Professor Kent leave the girl with their friend Nagaka, a local tribal chieftan.
Appearing in Congo Bill: "The Jungle Scientist"
- Professor Joe Kent
- an unnamed scientist
- the unnamed scientist's unnamed step-daughter
- Nagaka (a tribal chief)
Synopsis for Captain Desmo: "Heading for the South Seas"
Appearing in Captain Desmo: "Heading for the South Seas"
Synopsis for Radio Squad: "The Man Who Was Dead"
Appearing in Radio Squad: "The Man Who Was Dead"
Synopsis for Lt. Bob Neal of Sub 662: "The Besieged City""
Appearing in Lt. Bob Neal of Sub 662: "The Besieged City""
- Lt. Bob Neal (Final appearance)
- Sub 662
Synopsis for Biff Bronson: "The Poison Deaths"
- Dan Druff
Appearing in Biff Bronson: "The Poison Deaths"
- Appearances not yet listed
Synopsis for Sergeant O'Malley of the Red Coat Patrol: "The Gold Bandit"
Appearing in Sergeant O'Malley of the Red Coat Patrol: "The Gold Bandit"
- Constable O'Malley, RCMP
- Red Coat Patrol
- Black Hawk
- Flame, O'Malley's Wolf-Dog
Synopsis for Doctor Fate: "The Man Who Turned People Into Stone"
While Inza Cramer is attenting a party at John Jerome's barren island, the house host becomes very ill and Inza suspects it is the work of evil magic. Moments later, Doctor Fate hears Inza's mental summonings and he goes to the place where Inza is located.
Upon arriving, Fate has to save Inza as she has been turned to stone. After saving Inza, Fate starts looking for the source of the evil magic, which seeks to steal the treasure of the Jerome family, long hidden in their residence. Having located the source of the evil magic, Fate puts and end to the spells, saving John Jerome. At that moment, The Sorcerer Haldane realizes about Doctor Fate's presence and he summons a demon to fight Fate.
While Doctor Fate is distracted fighting the evil spawn, Haldane takes Inza and attempts to kill her. Fate, having eliminated the threat of the spawn, confronts Haldane and punches him through a window, where the sorcerer falls to a certain death. After the crisis is averted, Fate and Inza disappear, leaving the treasure exposed for John Jerome and his son, who is a usual reader of "More Fun Comics".
Appearing in Doctor Fate: "The Man Who Turned People Into Stone"
- The Sorcerer Haldane (Apparent Death)
- John Jerome, Jr. (Single appearance)
- John Jerome, Sr. (Single appearance)
- Amulet of Anubis
- Cloak of Destiny
- Helmet of Fate
- Book of Secrets of the Priests of Zoraster
- More Fun Comics (Mentioned only)
- Published by Detective Comics, Inc..
- Doctor Fate claims that he was alive during the year 1698. Given later stories establishing the facts of Kent Nelson's origin, Fate must be referring to Nabu having been alive, not his current human body.
- Last issue for Lt. Bob Neal of Sub 662.
- Spectre: "Trigger Daniels' Death Curse" is reprinted in The Golden Age Spectre Archives Vol. 1.
- "The Man Who Turned People Into Stone" is reprinted in The Golden Age Doctor Fate Archives Vol. 1.
- One character in the Doctor Fate story, John Jerome, Jr., was reading More Fun Comics, with Doctor Fate and Inza Cramer in it.
- In this issue, Doctor Fate wears gloves for the first time.