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"Captain Marvel: "Mission to Mercury"": Captain Marvel's summoned to Washington where he's shown an ultimatum from the planet Mercury, whose people are threatening to destroy Earth unless humanity surrenders. Captain Marvel is sent to Mercury as an ambassador to try to talk them out of war, and

Whiz Comics #69 is an issue of the series Whiz Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of December, 1945.

Appearing in Captain Marvel: "Mission to Mercury"

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Synopsis for Captain Marvel: "Mission to Mercury"

Captain Marvel's summoned to Washington where he's shown an ultimatum from the planet Mercury, whose people are threatening to destroy Earth unless humanity surrenders. Captain Marvel is sent to Mercury as an ambassador to try to talk them out of war, and after losing his temper and almost blowing it several times, he finds out from the alien king what the aliens actually want: salt. The alien general tries to go through with the invasion so he can become ruler of a new planet, but Marvel beats him up and forms a trade agreement with the aliens instead.

Appearing in Golden Arrow: "The Weaker Sex"

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Synopsis for Golden Arrow: "The Weaker Sex"

The Tulsa Kid and his gang have robbed the bank of every town in the area except the one in Gulver Gulch, which Golden Arrows agrees to help guard. Meanwhile troupe of dancing girls shows up in town to hold a revue. While helping a lady cross the street, she suddenly coldcocks the Golden Arrow and robs the bank. The dance troupe hurries out of town. From how hard he was socked, Golden Arrow divines that the "lady" he helped was actually the Tulsa Kid in drag and the dance troupe were also men in disguise. The robbers flee across the border, but Golden Arrow turns the tables by dressing up in drag to get Tulsa Kid's guard down before beating him up and capturing the gang.

Appearing in Spy Smasher: "The Nest of Spies"

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Appearing in Ibis the Invincible: "The Noose of Death"

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Notes

  • Also appearing in this issue of Whiz Comics were:
    • Horace Hotstuff
    • "Kaput Was the Word for It" (text story)
    • Whipper-Snappers: "Barber Cut Ups"

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Superboy Vol 4 69
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