"Doctor Fate: "Murders in Baranga Marsh"": Kent Nelson and Inza Cramer come across the corpse of a man and they decide to investigate. In the meantime, the responsible for the crime is a mad scientist, who has created a sound system that ki

More Fun Comics #68 is an issue of the series More Fun Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of June, 1941.

Synopsis for Doctor Fate: "Murders in Baranga Marsh"

Kent Nelson and Inza Cramer come across the corpse of a man and they decide to investigate. In the meantime, the responsible for the crime is a mad scientist, who has created a sound system that kills people at a distance and is looking for his next victims.

The mad scientist uses a girl to kill a former partner, but Fate prevents the crime and learns about the location of the mad scientist's lair. Doctor Fate confronts the mad scientist, who is unable to harm Fate by any means and chooses his own death as a result of his madness.

Appearing in Doctor Fate: "Murders in Baranga Marsh"

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  • unnamed evil scientist (Dies)
  • Nasha, a servant

Other Characters:

  • Serge Roltavich
    • his butler
  • policeman (Dies)

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Items:

  • Deadly Sonic Weapon


Synopsis for Detective Sergeant Carey: "The Night of Terror"


Appearing in Detective Sergeant Carey: "The Night of Terror"

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  • Sleepy

Synopsis for Clip Carson: "The Killer Plant"


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Synopsis for Captain Desmo: "The Hunt for Dr. Mause"


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Synopsis for Radio Squad: "Murder Plunge"


Appearing in Radio Squad: "Murder Plunge"

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Vehicles:

  • Radio Car K-7

Synopsis for Lance Larkin: "Menace of the Sea Khan"


Appearing in Lance Larkin: "Menace of the Sea Khan"

Featured Characters:

  • Lance Larkin

Antagonists:

  • the Sea Khan

Synopsis for Sergeant O'Malley of the Red Coat Patrol: "The Temple in the North"


Appearing in Sergeant O'Malley of the Red Coat Patrol: "The Temple in the North"

Featured Characters:

  • Red Coat Patrol
    • Sgt. O'Malley

Locations:

  • Canada

Synopsis for The Spectre: "Menace of the Dark Planet"

Everyone in the city of Lakespur keels over dead without explanation. No clues can be found, and then the same thing happens to nearby Brent City. Desperate to stop this plague of death, Detective Corrigan turns into the Spectre to turn his otherworldy powers to the task, and with them sees a mysterious planet entering Earth's solar system. Flying through the either he finds an empty ship with a map showing the two affected cities X-ed through, with Clareville apparently next. The Spectre follows alien vibes to a skyscraper where he finds green aliens with tiny bodies and huge heads responsible, and about to unleash a deadly gas. He tries to stop them but their alien weapons are capable of draining even his energies, paralyzing the post-mortem hero. Nonetheless by focusing all his strength the Spectre manages to keep the aliens from unleashing their deadly gas and they flee back to their home planet instead.

He follows and discovers the aliens drink the life of their victims in order to give themselves immortality. The Spectre tries to alter their planet's course into a star, but such advanced beings of course notice this and concentrate all their willpower together to foil his plan and freeze him in place again. They can't kill him, since he's already dead, but resume their invasion of Earth and rain death on the city of Memphis Beach. Once more the undead hero pursues the little green men, and, "having tensed himself for the attack", in unaffected by their weapons this time. He summons a ball of "X-Lite" that sucks the aliens inside then hurls the "X-Lite" into space, a "bare, dead world until the end of time".

Appearing in The Spectre: "Menace of the Dark Planet"

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  • Chief of Police

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  • The Green Men

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