Appearing in Wonder Woman: "Wonder Woman Arrives in Man's World"
- Al Kale
- Gang of Spies
- Wonder Woman's Invisible Plane (First appearance)
Synopsis for Wonder Woman: "Wonder Woman Arrives in Man's World"
Wonder Woman returns Steve Trevor to America, from Paradise Island, in her invisible plane. Leaving him at the hospital, she finds a job working for promoter Al Kale. She later quits after learning that Kale is crooked and returns to visit a recovering Steve Trevor. Outside the hospital Wonder Woman bumps into a nurse named Diana Prince who looks just like her. Using the money she earned from Kale she convinces the nurse to let her take on her identity.
Disguised as the nurse, Diana visits Steve. Once fully recovered Steve returns to work with Army Intelligence and chases down a spy ring. Diana saves Steve's life again and helps him bust up the spies. When Steve returns with tales of a Wonder Woman, people are skeptical, but his nurse Diana Prince knows the truth.
Appearing in Black Pirate: "The Marriage of Jon Valor"
- Don Carlos
- Phillip II of Spain
- Father Fernando
Synopsis for Black Pirate: "The Marriage of Jon Valor"
Believing that his beloved Donna Bonita is lost to the despicable Don Carlos, Jon Valor eschews secrecy and attacks the Spanish Fleet under his own identity. The battle goes badly, and he is captured. Although they do not realize he is secretly the Black Pirate, the Spanish don't like Valor either, and his execution is quickly scheduled.
Donna Bonita shows up and disrupts the execution by marrying Jon Valor on the spot. King Philip grants Jon Valor a conditional pardon: he shall be spared as long as he is loyal to Spain. Donna Bonita and Jon Valor both know that the Black Pirate has no intention of being loyal to Spain.
Appearing in Mr. Terrific: "Who Is Mister Terrific?"
- Mister Terrific (First appearance)
- Wanda Wilson (First appearance)
- Big Shot
- Billie Wilson
Synopsis for Mr. Terrific: "Who Is Mister Terrific?"
Appearing in Gay Ghost: "The Origin of the Gay Ghost"
- Gay Ghost (Keith Everet) (First appearance) (Flashback and main story) (Origin)
- Deborah Wallace (20th Century descendant of the original Deborah Wallace) (First appearance)
- Charles Collins (First appearance)
- Deborah Wallace (18th Century fiancee of Keith Everet) (First appearance) (Dies in flashback)
- Michael O'Mara
- Castle Connaught
- Castle Connaught
Synopsis for Gay Ghost: "The Origin of the Gay Ghost"
Appearing in Little Boy Blue: "The Origin of Little Boy Blue"
- Wolf Lupo
- Martha Rodgers
Synopsis for Little Boy Blue: "The Origin of Little Boy Blue"
Appearing in Wildcat: "This is the Story of Wildcat"
- Wildcat (First appearance)
- Joan Fortune (First appearance)
Synopsis for Wildcat: "This is the Story of Wildcat"
- Synopsis not yet written.
- Published by J.R. Publishing Company.
- Black Pirate:
- Wildcat is the inspiration for Tommy Rogers becoming the masked vigilante known as Little Boy Blue. Tommy read about Ted in a comic book, much as Wildcat had earlier read about Green Lantern.
- First and last issue for Everett E. Hibbard art on Mister Terrific, replaced next month by Hal Sharp.
- The Origin Of Mister Terrific is reprinted in The JSA All Stars Archives Volume 1.
- In Wildcat, Joe Morgan's name is not revealed in this issue, and remains unrevealed until All-Star Squadron Annual #1.
- Wildcat (Ted Grant) appears next in Sensation Comics #2.
- Joan Fortune appears next in Sensation Comics #2.
- The Origin Of Wildcat is reprinted in The Greatest Golden Age Stories Ever Told and The JSA All Stars Archives Volume 1.
- Green Lantern (Alan Scott) is the inspiration for Ted Grant becoming the Mystery Man known as Wildcat. Ted read about Alan in a comic book.
- Wonder Woman:
- This is the second appearance of the Earth-Two Wonder Woman. Wonder Woman appeared previously as a back-up promotional feature in All-Star Comics #8.
- Colonel Phil Darnell (referred to only as Colonel Darnell in this issue), appeared previously in All-Star Comics #8. He appears next in the first story in Sensation Comics #2.
- Steve Trevor's previous published appearance was in All-Star Comics #8. He appears next in Sensation Comics #2.
- Wonder Woman Arrives in Man's World is reprinted in Wonder Woman Archives Vol. 1 and Wonder Woman: A Celebration of 75 Years.
- In this point of time, Wonder Woman does not yet have the Lasso of Truth. She will gain it in Sensation Comics Vol 1 6.
- No trivia.
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