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"Uncle Sam: "The Mine Slaves"": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.

National Comics #13 is an issue of the series National Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of July, 1941.

Appearing in Uncle Sam: "The Mine Slaves"

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  • unnamed storekeeper
  • unnamed mine foreman

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Appearing in Sally O'Neil, Policewoman: "Arson and a Jewel Box"

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  • Mike O'Neil

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Appearing in Kid Patrol: "Airplane Trip"

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Appearing in Prop Powers: "The Movie Crew Spies"

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  • Lank loomis

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  • unnamed movie director
  • Vera
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Synopsis for Prop Powers: "The Movie Crew Spies"

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Appearing in Kid Dixon: "The Kidnapping"

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  • B. Galsworthy "Bottle" Topps, Dixon's Manager

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  • Goldy
  • other kidnappers

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Appearing in Quicksilver: "Wizard Ward and the Boat Race"

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  • Wizard Ward
  • Snatch McGatt

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Appearing in Jack and Jill: "The Department Store Arsonists"

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  • Jack Doe
  • Jill Doe

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Appearing in Wonder Boy: "The Lost City"

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  • Paul Darrow

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  • Richards (Dies)
  • Velez (Dies)
  • Oraccos

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Synopsis for Wonder Boy: "The Lost City"

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Appearing in Pen Miller: "The Subway Pickpockets"

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  • Lefty
    • his gang

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Appearing in Paul Bunyan: "The Red Dog Fire"

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  • Three renegade Indians (all die)

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Synopsis for Paul Bunyan: "The Red Dog Fire"

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Appearing in Merlin: "Temple of the Man-Eating Spider"

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  • Agor, spider god (Dies)
  • Nang Tu, spider priestess (Dies)
  • Spider priests (all die)

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  • Merlin's Magic Cloak
  • All-Seeing Eye

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  • small airplane

Synopsis for Merlin: "Temple of the Man-Eating Spider"

In an effort to contribute to the British War Relief Fund, Merlin the Magician travels to Katmandu, and from there onward to Forbidden Temple of the Man-Eating Spider, home of the giant Khotan "Buddha of the All-Seeing Eye", a large and extremely valuable diamond. He gets into the temple, fatally defeats the spider-god Agor, turns the priests into bats, and impales the high priestess on a spear, steals the diamond, then destroys the entire temple with a magical bomb. He soon charters a small airplane, and flying it himself he brings the "All-Seeing Eye" back to London, where he turns it over to Winston Churchill.

Notes

  • Also appearing in this issue of National Comics were:
    • Windy Breeze: "Wanted: Large Size Hurricane", by Jack Cole
    • Cyclone Cupid: "He Ain't Stupid", by Gill Fox
    • Stars and Stripes (text story), by Toni Blum
    • Miss Winky, by Arthur Beeman

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