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"Tomahawk: "The Brave Who Hunted Tomahawk"": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.

Star-Spangled Comics #107 is an issue of the series Star-Spangled Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of August, 1950.

Appearing in Tomahawk: "The Brave Who Hunted Tomahawk"

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  • Chief Many Battles
  • Rusty (Dies)
  • "Trailman"

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Synopsis for Tomahawk: "The Brave Who Hunted Tomahawk"

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Appearing in Manhunters Around the World: "The Monte Carlo Police"

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  • Andre Tressley

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  • Boutaille
  • Nino Lodo (as Count Toledano)

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  • Madame Peri
  • Pierre
  • Carnot
  • Duke of Malba
  • Ivan Orloff (munitions dealer)

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Synopsis for Manhunters Around the World: "The Monte Carlo Police"

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Appearing in "Underwater Killer"

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  • David Bushnell

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  • Admiral Richard Howe

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  • The Turtle
  • HMS Eagle

Synopsis for "Underwater Killer"

An exaggerated account of Yale graduate David Bushnell's early submarine's invention and use during the Revolutionary War in America.

Appearing in Captain Compass: "The Ship Without a Port"

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  • Dan Penny

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  • William "Brush" Ryen
  • "Blade"

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  • Ed Randall

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Synopsis for Captain Compass: "The Ship Without a Port"

Captain Compass is asked to aid the treasury department in tracking down counterfeiter William "Brush" Ryen and evidence to convict him.

Appearing in Robin: "The Boy Who Hated Robin"

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  • Batman (In a photograph only)

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  • Mel Barcus
  • Whitey Davis

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  • Bob Colvin
  • Reade Colvin (Only appearance; dies)
  • Sheriff Stroop

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  • Lost Valley

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Synopsis for Robin: "The Boy Who Hated Robin"

A 17-year-old rancher is duped into believing that Batman and Robin caused the death of his older brother after mistaking him for a bank robber.

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  • This is the second occurrence of the Robin title "The Boy Who Hated Robin." The first was in Star-Spangled Comics Vol 1 2, wherein Robin sponsors a camp for impoverished young men - all of whom are not his biggest fans. Though they share the same title, that story and the one printed in this issue are each original, individual stories of Robin, the Boy Wonder.

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