"Captain Jim of the Texas Rangers: "Jane and Johnny, Part 5 (of 27)"": Jim has gathered a posse from town to help track down Lane and the kids. Lane ambushes Bob in a canyon, but Jim
Synopsis for Captain Jim of the Texas Rangers: "Jane and Johnny, Part 5 (of 27)"
Jim has gathered a posse from town to help track down Lane and the kids. Lane ambushes Bob in a canyon, but Jim arrives just in time to kill Lane. Meanwhile, Jane and Johnny are led to a remote cabin where they are put under guard by two of Lane's men, Joe and Scar. They manage to escape, however, when the two guards get in a brawl over a card game.
Appearing in Captain Jim of the Texas Rangers: "Jane and Johnny, Part 5 (of 27)"
- Ranger Bob
- Mr. Lane (Dies)
- other rustlers
Synopsis for Don Coyote: "Jousting"
Appearing in Don Coyote: "Jousting"
- Don Coyote (see Notes)
Synopsis for Castaway Island: "Episode 5 (of 12)"
Appearing in Castaway Island: "Episode 5 (of 12)"
- Dougal MacDougal
- Sally (Mentioned only)
Synopsis for Ol' Oz Bopp: "Small Pox"
Oz has an annoying friend that tells corny jokes all day. When Evelyn tells Oz that he's coming over tonight, Oz takes measures to avoid seeing him.
Appearing in Ol' Oz Bopp: "Small Pox"
- Oz Bopp
- Evelyn Bopp
Synopsis for Captain Quick: "Episode Five (of twenty-two)"
Aboard the Bonnie Bess, bound for England, two prisoners argue, Captain Rodriguez and Marjorie Barlow, who reveals that she still loves Quick, but Captain Rodriguez needs to marry her so that he can rescue her father, Lord Barlow, from the Inquisition. In the brig, Captain Quick has Don Pedro released from his irons, on his word of honor to cause no trouble. Suddenly above-decks, three Spanish ships loom out of a fog bank and rapidly approach. Cannonfire is exchanged, and amid the noise Don Pedro reneges on his promise, sneaks to the mainmast, and cuts an important halyard, dropping the mainsail to the deck. Quick fells him with a pistol shot, but battle at this point would be hopeless, so Quick orders the raising of the white flag.
Appearing in Captain Quick: "Episode Five (of twenty-two)"
- Marjorie Barlow
- Bonnie Bess Crew
- Don Pedro Vicente De Gonzales Gordoza (Dies)
- Captain Rodriguez
- Spanish Crew
- the "Bonnie Bess", a 3-masted privateering warship (Captured)
- three Spanish Galleons
Synopsis for Dale Daring: "The Drew Mystery, Part 3 (of 5)"
Appearing in Dale Daring: "The Drew Mystery, Part 3 (of 5)"
- Dick Sparks
- Dr. Millard
Synopsis for Cal 'n' Alec: "Knife Ambush, Part 6 (of 7)"
Appearing in Cal 'n' Alec: "Knife Ambush, Part 6 (of 7)"
- Knife Ambush (Behind the scenes)
- Sheriff Ben
- J. Aloysus Witherspoon
Synopsis for Sandor and the Lost Civilization: "Rajah Maharajah, Part 2 (of 23)"
Sandor is cornered and vastly outnumbered, but takes the fight directly to the enemy, thrashes a few of them, then shakes off the rest and leaps to a rocky ledge. But he is snagged by an enemy elephant, trussed up by the spearmen, and tied to a stone image of the Jungle Goddess, all at the direction of Rajah Maharajah's witch doctor, who says that Sandor is to be sacrificed at sundown, to Bagheera the leopard. The dog that Sandor rescued earlier overhears all this, and quickly rushes off to tell his pack.
As the sun goes down, Sandor can see the leopard start to slowly stalk towards him. Then he hears a lion roar.
Appearing in Sandor and the Lost Civilization: "Rajah Maharajah, Part 2 (of 23)"
- Agra, lion (Behind the scenes)
- Eleka, wild dog
- Rajah Maharajah
- his many spearmen
- his elephant
- his witch-doctor
- Jungle Goddess (Mentioned only)
- Bagheera the Leopard, favorite of the Jungle Goddess
- Northern India
- Lost Civilization
- Lost Civilization
Synopsis for Needles Uses His Noodle: "Rocket to the Moon"
Needles starts building a rocket that will take him to the moon. The mayor reads about this in the newspapers, and prepares a big send-off for Needles. Needles is confident, but his rocket explodes without rising an inch.
Appearing in Needles Uses His Noodle: "Rocket to the Moon"
Synopsis for Andy Handy: "Difficult Digging"
Andy thinks about making a garden, but his back makes the digging difficult. So when he digs up some worms, he goes fishing instead.
Appearing in Andy Handy: "Difficult Digging"
- Andy Handy
Synopsis for Maginnis of the Mounties: "The St. Pierre Mystery, Part 3 (of 9)"
As Maginnis tends to Dubois' gunshot wound, the man from before approaches them again and this time he tries to aim for Maginnis. But Dubois is able to reach for his own gun and shoot the would-be-murderer down. Unfortunately, this alerts the other two criminals to their location.
Appearing in Maginnis of the Mounties: "The St. Pierre Mystery, Part 3 (of 9)"
- the Mounties
- Major Hall
- three gunmen
- Old Man Dubois
- Yvonne Dubois
- the St. Pierre Country
- St. Pierre River
Synopsis for She: "Episode 1 (of 16)"
Horace Holly, an ugly but extremely strong and very kind college student, becomes the adoptive father of a little boy named Leo Vincey. The two become inseparable, and do everything together. Also adopted is an iron box, with a note directing that it not be opened until Leo's 25th birthday.
On that birthday, the iron box is opened and within it is a silver chest, and within that is a shard, inscribed with a scarab glyph, and some scrolls, denoting Leo's lineage. He is descended from a woman named Armenartas, whose mate was killed, on Kor Island, by an immortal high priestess known as "She," who rules over a fierce tribe of people, in the caves of Kor. The message directs Leo to continue his father's quest for She, the Priestess of Eternal Life.
Leo, Horace, and their servant Job, take a steamship as far as Zanzibar, which takes three weeks, then hire a dhow, to search the coast for a peculiar rock formation. With no warning, a hurricane arrives and swamps the little craft!
Appearing in She: "Episode 1 (of 16)"
- Horace Holly, big game hunter (First appearance)
- Leo Vincey, adventurer (First appearance)
- Job, servant (First appearance)
- She, Priestess of Eternal Life (Mentioned only)
- her tribe (not yet named)
- Armenartas, ancestress of Leo Vincey (Mentioned only)
- Mahomet, dhow steersman
- Indian Ocean
- Kor, an island off the eastern coast of Africa (Destination)
- "The Ethiopian's Head", a strange rock on the eastern coast of Africa
- passenger steamship
- African Dhow
Synopsis for "17-20 On the Black, Part 6 (of 13)"
Appearing in "17-20 On the Black, Part 6 (of 13)"
- Frog Morton
- Alverido (First appearance)
- Benito Bahia harbor
- Benito Bahia harbor
Synopsis for Steve Conrad: "On Dolorosa Isle, Part 2 (of 8)"
As Steve and his companions start to explore Dolorosa Island, they get caught in a tropical storm, which drags Sam and Keith out to a rocky outcrop several miles away from the island. Steve, Myra, and Hugo search for their friends immediately after the storm, but find trouble with the Natives instead.
Appearing in Steve Conrad: "On Dolorosa Isle, Part 2 (of 8)"
- Myra Rutherford
- Hugo Judd
- Keith Roland
Synopsis for "Jibby"
Jibby gives his friend a monologue about the problems money has brought the world. But when the two spot a silver dolar, he does not hesitate to fight for it.
Appearing in "Jibby"
Synopsis for Slim and Tex: "Rattlesnakes In the Bed"
Appearing in Slim and Tex: "Rattlesnakes In the Bed"
- Miss Helen
Synopsis for "Rusty"
Rusty's fishing spot is invaded by other anglers, so he uses his dad's old diving suit to fill the lake with garbage and drive them out.
Appearing in "Rusty"
Synopsis for Ray and Gail: "The Secret Cruise, Part 5 (of 8)"
Joe tells Willie about his Aunt Millie being eaten by sharks. Ray and Gail believe that his story sounds a little strange. Captain Gewgaw discovers that someone had stolen the map from his cabin, and that it was most likely Aunt Millie. Just as they are all heading back to Ray and Gail's cabin, they see Aunt Millie standing before them, in her girdle, asking where her clothes went. There is something mighty peculiar going on.
Appearing in Ray and Gail: "The Secret Cruise, Part 5 (of 8)"
- Willie Gewgaw
- Captain Bill Gewgaw
- Sir Henry Ghaut
- Joe Macula
- Mildred Forges
Synopsis for The Vikings: "Episode 6 (of 22)"
Haal becomes Ivar's most trusted bodyguard after being bested by him in a duel. Ivar receives word that his new ships have been completed. Setting sail with his crew, Ivar starts his exploration of parts unknown. A storm separates Ivar's ship from the rest of his fleet, and Ivar himself is thrown overboard into the crashing waves. Not wasting a second, Haal jumps in after him and succeeds in pulling Ivar back to the safety of the ship, but himself drowning in the process.
Appearing in The Vikings: "Episode 6 (of 22)"
- Haal (Dies)
Synopsis for "Goofo the Great"
Goofo earns a reputation for finding rabbits in hats, eggs in boy's ears and basically anything in anything. But when he goes with Emily to the opera, he can't find the tickets in his pockets.
Appearing in "Goofo the Great"
- Goofo the Great
- Mrs. Potts
Synopsis for King Arthur: "Part Four (of six)"
King Arthur holds a yearly jousting contest where he places gems from a golden crown up as the prize. A knight named Lancelot wins every year. Arthur begins to suspect that his wife Guinevere is having an affair with the champion. To clear suspicions, Lancelot rides into the hills and, on his way, accepts a gift from Elaine of Astolat: an uncrested shield.
Appearing in King Arthur: "Part Four (of six)"
- Elaine of Astolat (First appearance)
Synopsis for Cap'n Spiniker: "Heading South, Part 3 (of 7)"
Released for good behavior, Sternpipe joins Captain Spiniker on a short trip to Pheu Pheu island. This island, as Sternpipe discovers, is known as much for its beautiful women as it is for its lush plant-life.
Appearing in Cap'n Spiniker: "Heading South, Part 3 (of 7)"
- Captain Sternpipe
Synopsis for A Tale of Two Cities: "Episode Three (of twenty-one)"
Appearing in A Tale of Two Cities: "Episode Three (of twenty-one)"
- Jarvis Lorry
- Lucie Manette
Synopsis for Golden Dragon: "Episode 1 (of 31)"
Ken Cockerill and Ian Murray are two soldiers of fortune, finding themselves paid off but unemployed in China. They undertake to search for the legendary Treasure of Genghis Khan, and in a tavern, they wisely recruit a translator, a young Chinese man. But then they unwisely ask some Mongolian gangsters about how to find the treasure. One Mongol, a pale Tartar named Torgadoff, takes this very personally, and grabs the translator by the neck, so Ian punches him loose. A bigger fight almost starts, but Cockerill calls off Murray before things get out of hand. Torgadoff tells them they will be killed if they ever set foot in Mongolia, then leaves. The young tells the two men that Torgadoff will very likely try to get even with them.
Appearing in Golden Dragon: "Episode 1 (of 31)"
- Ian Murray (First appearance)
- Ken Cockerill (First appearance)
- Pan Chi-Lou (not yet named) (First appearance)
- Dragon Priests (Behind the scenes)
- Torgadoff (First appearance)
- his Mongol bodyguard
- Genghis Khan (Mentioned only)
Synopsis for Federal Men: "The Invisible Empire, Part 3 (of 7)"
A gigantic armored tank smashes its way through Washington, D.C., leveling many large buildings, and destroys the Capitol building with cannon fire! Gas-masked terrorists pile out of the vehicle and lay siege to the city. An antiaircraft ray gun is wheeled out of the super tank, and it kills the engines of some counterattacking bombers; they drop from the sky. The President's Secret Service detail is mowed down, and he is taken hostage. The gas-masked terrorists have a list of all the Federal Men, and they plan on hunting them all down, especially Steve Carson.
Meanwhile Steve Carson isolates and attacks one gasmasked hoodlum, and steals his uniform.
Appearing in Federal Men: "The Invisible Empire, Part 3 (of 7)"
- The Invisible Empire (not named until Part 6)
- Terrorists' engine-stalling antiaircraft ray
- Terrorists' enormous tank
- USAAF bombers (Destroyed)
- Published by National Allied Newspaper Syndicate, Inc.
- This issue, "Sagebrush and Cactus" become Cal 'n' Alec.
- This issue, the characters "Sir Loin" and "Cowhide" become Don Coyote and Hamburger.
- This issue features another installment of Famous Poems Illustrated:
- In Federal Men the U.S. Capitol Building is destroyed and much death and destruction are wrought in Washington, D.C. After the end of this continued story (in New Comics #10), this is never mentioned again.
- That tank is at least five stories tall.
- The President has white hair and a mustache.
- First issue for Golden Dragon, by Tom Hickey.
- First issue for She by Sven Elven. Adapted from the homonymous novel by H. Rider Haggard.
- Also appearing in this issue of New Comics were:
- Introductory billboard from "The Editors" illustrated by Vincent Sullivan
- "Book Shelf" (text article) by Marjorie Knight
- "Fun Puzzle" by Dick Speed
- Hook, Line, & Sinker, (one-panel gags about fishing) by Vincent Sullivan and Whitney Ellsworth
- It's a Dern Lie: "Wild Jungles of Rhode Island", by Bill Patrick
- "Magic" (text article), by Andrini the Great, illustrated by Russell Cole
- "Radio Dialer" (text article) by A.R. Lane
- "Worth-while Films to Watch For" (text article) by I.W. Magovern
- Russell Cole signed his "Goofo the Great" and "Ol' Oz Bopp" strips as "Alger".
- Babe Mather signed his "Maginnis of the Mounties" story as "Babe Mather".