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"Tomahawk: "The Land Pirates of Jolly Roger Hill"": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.

Star-Spangled Comics #109 is an issue of the series Star-Spangled Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of October, 1950.

Appearing in Tomahawk: "The Land Pirates of Jolly Roger Hill"

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  • Captain Peter Dawson

Other Characters:

  • Caleb Smith (Only appearance; dies)

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Synopsis for Tomahawk: "The Land Pirates of Jolly Roger Hill"

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Appearing in Manhunters Around the World: "The International Sky Police!"

Featured Characters:

  • Ray Foster

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Antagonists:

  • "Bogus" Reese (Single appearance)
  • "Bingo" Bromley (Single appearance)
  • Pace Fields (Single appearance)
  • Bowler Murray (Single appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Miss. Beaumont
  • Bill (Single appearance)
  • Gignol the Clown (Single appearance)

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  • None

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  • Passenger Plane

Synopsis for Manhunters Around the World: "The International Sky Police!"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in Captain Compass: "Mark Compass Stands Accused"

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Supporting Characters:

  • Dan Penny
  • Professor Almond

Other Characters:

  • Davis

Antagonists:

  • Lascar

Synopsis for Captain Compass: "Mark Compass Stands Accused"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in Robin: "Robin the Robot"

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  • "Monkey" Burns Auda
  • Buzz Peters

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Synopsis for Robin: "Robin the Robot"

Robin returns to his friend Harold, The Boy Inventor (formerly referred to has Horace) for another invention to help protect his identity.

Notes

  • This is the second appearance of Harold, The Boy Inventor. He first appeared in Star-Spangled comics Vol 1 96, but is called Horace in that issue. This issue makes reference to an invention that protected Robin's identity. The invention mentioned is likely the antidote provided by Horace in that issue to protect Robin's and Batman's identities from x-ray vision, so it follows that Horace from the earlier issue and Harold from this issue are one and the same.

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