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"Plastic Man: "The Confession of Froggy Fink"": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.

Police Comics #35 is an issue of the series Police Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of October, 1944.

Synopsis for Plastic Man: "The Confession of Froggy Fink"


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  • Froggy Fink
  • Dr. Mayhem

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  • Mona Mayhem
  • Felix

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Synopsis for Destiny: "Can Destiny Be Trapped?"

A parts-fencing car thief called "Tools" decides to take his penny-ante gang of losers to the big time, which scares the hell out of one of his punks, Ruff, who fears that Destiny will bust them if they get too bold. "He knows things and gets places no ordinary guy ever could! Any time any guy tries murder, BINGO! There's DESTINY!" But Tools has a big idea, see, and he wants Destiny to show up, so that he and his boys can ambush him! So he and two of his braver stooges get ready to bump off old Ruff here, and voila, it works. Destiny walks into the room, and two gunmen walk in behind him.

Instead of trying to kill him right away, "Tools" and his tools tie him up and leave him in a garage with a running car engine, unsupervised. Then he returns to murdering Ruff, a tiresome coward that the whole gang now hates anyway. But of course, imminent murder again invokes Destiny's weird teleportation power, and also pulls him out of the death trap. Destiny beats up all three of the gangsters, plus subdues Ruff, and leaves them for the police.

Appearing in Destiny: "Can Destiny Be Trapped?"

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  • Tools & his car-thief gang:
    • Slag
    • Ruff
    • Hod

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  • Main City
    • small public garage, outskirts of town

Synopsis for Flatfoot Burns: "Wanted: Klever Klauss"


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  • Flatfoot Burns

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  • Klever Klauss

Synopsis for Manhunter: "Sandor, the Terrorizing Taxidermist"


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Synopsis for Human Bomb: "Lucille's Robots"

Human Bomb saves a kidnapped girl just before her abductor's about to lop off her hand to send to her father, but the hero's intimidating disguise leaves her just as frightened of him. Back at the lab, Roy's depressed about how all the other super heroes get praised for their style, but he just scares people. Hustace goes out, determined to find a fan of the Human Bomb to raise Roy's spirits. Instead, he finds a woman named Lucille building a robot that's a dead ringer for Human Bomb in costume. Hustace decides to bring Roy back there to see it in hopes of cheering him up. Meanwhile, the nefarious Dr. Wombat and his underlings have learned about Lucille's plan to develop robots. They're bent on stopping her, because if robot workers replace humans, there goes their payroll theft racket.

Bomb and Hustace get back to Lucille's shop just as Dr. Wombat and his followers attack it. The hero does his duty, being mistaken by Lucille for her own robot in the process. In trying to escape, Dr. Wombat runs into Hustace and his bullets tear the bottom off the sidekick's shoe. Of course, this only makes Hustace an actual threat, since he can now unleash the explosive touch of his feet. The crooks are captured, but Lucille's furious to find out her robotic savior was actually a human, and the real robot was destroyed in the fight. Hustace apologizes for only leading his hero to someone who thought he "wasn't monster enough," but Roy's amusement at Lucille's tirade has broken his bad mood.

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  • Lucille

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  • Dr. Wombat

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Synopsis for The Spirit: "The Genius"


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  • P.S. Tidewater

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Trivia

  • Jack Cole signed his "Burp the Twerp" strip as "Ralph Johns."


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