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Captain Compass

Star-Spangled Comics #117 is an issue of the series Star-Spangled Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of June, 1951.

Synopsis for Tomahawk: "Siege"


Appearing in Tomahawk: "Siege"

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Antagonists:

  • Racing Fox, renegade (Exiled)

Other Characters:

  • Chief Wild Horse
    • his tribe
  • Lem
    • settlers

Locations:


Synopsis for Captain Compass: "Voyage of the Revenge"


Appearing in Captain Compass: "Voyage of the Revenge"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Penny Steamship Lines (Behind the scenes)

Antagonists:

  • Luke Horne, captain of the Revenge
    • Revenge's crew
  • Thomas Chalmers, son-in-law of Todd

Other Characters:

  • Martin Todd, Todd Importing Company
  • Joan Todd, Martin's daughter (Flashback only)
  • Jensen, smalltown grocer

Locations:

  • 125 16th St, grand hotel
  • open ocean

Vehicles:

  • Revenge, 3-masted square-rigged windjammer

Synopsis for Manhunters Around the World: "Black Market Marauders"


Appearing in Manhunters Around the World: "Black Market Marauders"

Featured Characters:

  • Sam Crandall

Antagonists:

  • Henri Marchand
  • Pierre

Other Characters:

  • Inspector Simmons
  • Jacques Famise
  • Beauregard

Locations:

  • Dauvil Bakery

Synopsis for Robin: "Robin -- Cadet Wonder"

Robin enrolls in a military academy after a series of weird accidents and must investigate to end the danger to the students and solve the mystery.

Appearing in Robin: "Robin -- Cadet Wonder"

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Antagonists:

  • Professor Bibby

Other Characters:

  • Colonel Scott
  • Cadet Pearson
  • Cadet Wilder
  • Cadet Bob Mowrey
  • Cadet Dwyer
  • Ned "Ole Sarge" Clanders
  • Cadet George Dugan
  • Detective Jordan

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Vehicles:

Notes

  • Published by National Comics Publications, Inc.
  • Captain Compass endures prolonged torture in this story.
  • This issue's Tomahawk story takes place in the winter and spring of the same year, in the "mid-18th century," but does not state that Tom and Dan were present at the settlement continuously.

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