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"Green Arrow: "When Archers Meet"": Despite his good intentions and earlier promises, Professor Million again finds himself concocting some new crimes. This time he's assembling a scholarship fund; it's always something like that with this guy, and his solutions always take the form of crimes. A

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Professor Million

More Fun Comics #97 is an issue of the series More Fun Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of May, 1944.

Synopsis for Green Arrow: "When Archers Meet"

Despite his good intentions and earlier promises, Professor Million again finds himself concocting some new crimes. This time he's assembling a scholarship fund; it's always something like that with this guy, and his solutions always take the form of crimes. Anticipating interference from Green Arrow and Speedy, he assembles a gang under the guise of an archery club, and tricks Green Arrow into training them in bowmanship. This works in the short run, but Green Arrow quickly figures out the scam and ambushes the gang. Their newfound skills help them escape, once, but the crooks are lured back into a second trap, and caught, while Professor Million escapes during an apparent lapse in Green Arrow's attention.

Appearing in Green Arrow: "When Archers Meet"

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  • Mr. Vector (Flashback only)

Locations:

  • Green Arrow Archery Club
  • Millionaire Club
  • Diamond Exchange

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Synopsis for Johnny Quick: "Trouble at Forty Below"


Appearing in Johnny Quick: "Trouble at Forty Below"

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  • Zero Hawkes

Other Characters:

  • Dough
  • Badger

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  • Northwoods

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Synopsis for Doctor Fate: "Pharoah's Lamp!"

A man called Dane sells an ancient relic he found in Egypt, which is supposed to give bad luck to whoever is the owner of the artifact. A man called Tupper buys the relic and this event attracts the attention of Hairless Harry and his gang, who decide to steal the valuable object.

However, the artifact has also drawn the attention of Doctor Fate, who wants to learn more about the curse of Pharoah. Upon arriving at Tupper's place, Fate confronts Hairless Harry and his goons, who manage to steal the relic until they are captured by Fate. After delivering the crooks to the police, Fate then proceeds to capture Mr. Dane, as he discovered that the ancient relic is fake and in fact is a forgery made by Dane. Despite being a phony relic, the artifact has indeed brought bad luck to those who sought it.

Appearing in Doctor Fate: "Pharoah's Lamp!"

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  • Hairless Harry & his gang (Single appearance)
  • Mr. Dane (Single appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Mr. Tupper (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Aquaman: "Penguin Island"


Appearing in Aquaman: "Penguin Island"

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  • Archibald
  • Penguins

Antagonists:

  • Thomas
  • Alicia
  • Phillip

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Synopsis for Dover and Clover: "Goo Goo the Great"


Appearing in Dover and Clover: "Goo Goo the Great"

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  • Dover
  • Clover

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Locations:

  • Dover & Clover's office

Synopsis for The Spectre: "Nerves Take a Holiday"


Appearing in The Spectre: "Nerves Take a Holiday"

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  • Hjalmar Dane
  • Tack Lawson

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