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| Quotation = If that isn't a loose nut, my name isn't Chic Carter.
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| Speaker = Chic Carter
   
| StoryTitle1 = Big John Fales
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| StoryTitle1 = Uncle Sam: "Big John Fales"
 
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*{{a|[[Uncle Sam (New Earth)|Uncle Sam]]}}
 
*{{a|[[Uncle Sam (New Earth)|Uncle Sam]]}}
 
'''Supporting Characters:'''
 
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* Buddy Smith
 
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* Big John Fales {{green|dies, returns as ghost}}
 
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| Writer2_1 = Fred Guardineer
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| Penciler2_1 = Fred Guardineer
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| Inker2_1 = Fred Guardineer
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| StoryTitle2 = Quicksilver: "Sweating Out the Japanese"
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| Synopsis2 = Quicksilver joins the Civil Air Patrol and is assigned to watch the South Pacific for Japanese activity.
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* In this story, Quicksilver claims that taking a "good swig of ocean water" keeps him in shape by replenishing his body's salts.
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| Appearing2 =
 
'''Featured Characters:'''
 
'''Featured Characters:'''
* {{a|[[Jock Kellogg (New Earth)|Merlin the Magician]]}}
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* {{a|[[Max Mercury (New Earth)|Max Mercury]]}}
 
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'''Other Characters:'''
 
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'''Featured Characters:'''
 
* {{a|[[Max Mercury (New Earth)|Max Mercury]]}}
 
 
| Notes =
 
| Notes =
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* Also appearing in this issue of National Comics were:
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** Sally O'Neil Policewoman: "Watson", by Al Bryant
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** Chic Carter: "The Case of the Timid Librarian", by Vernon Henkel
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** The Unknown: (A Dream of Mars), by Rudy Palais
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*** After Mars, the god of war, had appeared to Adolf Hitler in his dreams, the Unknown received a message from the goddess of Victory. She broke him out of his jail cell and turned the tables on the Nazis.
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** Destroyer 171: "Captain Eddie Hickens Down at Sea", by Andre LeBlanc
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** Kid Patrol: (The Living Dummy), by Gill Fox
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** G-2: "Death in a Crowded Room", by Al Gabrielle?
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*** The Nazi, King Spy, uses his 5th Column ring to take over a hotel in order to use it as a base to kill Washington D.C. officials.
 
| Trivia =
 
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| Recommended =
 
| Recommended =
 
| Links =
 
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* [http://comicbookplus.com/?dlid=19866 National Comics #34 entire issue]
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* [http://www.dcindexes.com/features/database.php?site=&pagetype=comic&id=34135 National Comics #43 index entry]
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* [http://fourcolorshadows.blogspot.com/2010/06/chic-carter-vernon-henkel-1943.html National Comics #43 Chic Carter spoilers]
 
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Quote1 If that isn't a loose nut, my name isn't Chic Carter. Quote2
Chic Carter

National Comics #34 is an issue of the series National Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of August, 1943.

Appearing in Uncle Sam: "Big John Fales"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Buddy Smith

Villains:

  • Big John Fales (dies, returns as ghost)

Other Characters:


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Synopsis for Uncle Sam: "Big John Fales"

  • Synopsis not yet written.



Appearing in Quicksilver: "Sweating Out the Japanese"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:


Villains:


Other Characters:


Locations:


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Synopsis for Quicksilver: "Sweating Out the Japanese"

Quicksilver joins the Civil Air Patrol and is assigned to watch the South Pacific for Japanese activity.

  • In this story, Quicksilver claims that taking a "good swig of ocean water" keeps him in shape by replenishing his body's salts.



Notes

  • Also appearing in this issue of National Comics were:
    • Sally O'Neil Policewoman: "Watson", by Al Bryant
    • Chic Carter: "The Case of the Timid Librarian", by Vernon Henkel
    • The Unknown: (A Dream of Mars), by Rudy Palais
      • After Mars, the god of war, had appeared to Adolf Hitler in his dreams, the Unknown received a message from the goddess of Victory. She broke him out of his jail cell and turned the tables on the Nazis.
    • Destroyer 171: "Captain Eddie Hickens Down at Sea", by Andre LeBlanc
    • Kid Patrol: (The Living Dummy), by Gill Fox
    • G-2: "Death in a Crowded Room", by Al Gabrielle?
      • The Nazi, King Spy, uses his 5th Column ring to take over a hotel in order to use it as a base to kill Washington D.C. officials.

Trivia

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