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Appearing in "The Animal Man Strikes"

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  • Frank Thomas (Dies)
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The Black Hood is hunted by Animal Man.

Appearing in "The Voodoo Murders"

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  • Dr. Strong (Dies)

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  • Charles Lang

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Appearing in "Fran Frazer"

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Appearing in "West Pointer"

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Lt. Kornell

Appearing in "The Return of the Dervish"

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  • Lucille Forbes

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    • Bombay

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Synopsis for "The Return of the Dervish"

Last issue, Dr. Forbes brought back a sacred Indian ruby with an ancient curse. The ruby has the ability for the owner to project mind control. When the Firefly investigates, he comes in contact with the mischievous Whirling Dervish, who has murdered Forbes for the priceless ruby.

Appearing in "The St. Louis Kid"

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Appearing in "Air Patrol"

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Appearing in "The Murder of Carmen Yolanda"

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  • "Little Bear" Beecher

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  • Carmen Yolanda (Dies)
  • Wallace McLaglen

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Synopsis for "The Murder of Carmen Yolanda"

Walt and Jinx are on an ocean liner, and see a woman shot on the floor of her cabin. While Bob Phantom chases the gunman, Jinx hears the dying woman's last words— "Asia Minor."

After tackling the man, he tells Bob Phantom he's not the murderer, but found her already shot. No matter, the police take the suspect away and Bob believes he has solved the case.

Later, Jinx tells Walt about the girl's final words. Walt understands the "new slant," and leaves to confront a play producer. The producer confesses, but tosses his gun overboard. Bob dives in to retrieve the evidence. He then "pops" back on board and chases the fugitive and catches him. It turns out that the girl really uttered "Ursa Minor," which is Spanish for "Little Bear," the producer's nickname.

Appearing in "Battle Boy's Big Race"

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  • Mr. Lindsay
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    • Maryland

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  • Once again, The Skull appears on the cover, but is not inside the issue. He died in Top-Notch Comics #19.
  • In the Firefly story, the Forbes family are identified as "Tallon" by mistake.


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