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Appearing in "Sky Demons Over America"Edit

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Synopsis for "Sky Demons Over America"Edit

A wave of strange attacks involving poison gas have struck across the United States, leaving crop lands destroyed in their wake. The United States military calls in the Human Torch and Toro to deal learn what the cause is and stop it. As the two heroes search the country, they are unaware that high above the country is a Nazi airship called Der Tag commanded by a Nazi agent named the Hawk.

Although the Torch and Toro fail to find any clues they return to Ford Sanders and the Torch begins thinking about an incident that happened six months ago. He tells of being called by J. Edgar Hoover to investigate the disappearance of sensitive military secrets. Checking a secret government station they caught the Hawk and his men attempting to steal documents. The pair were tricked into going into an asbestos lined, air tight room to die. There they find a woman who tells them that the Hawk and his men were stealing defense plans on balloons and blimps. Using the girls nail file, the Human Torch uses it to cut a hole through the wall and get air and eventually free themselves.

After finishing their story, the Torch and Toro recall how the spies escaped in a blimp and begin searching again. The two heroes resume their search and when they find one of the enemy blimps, the pair are knocked out and are left for dead as the spies retreat. Finding the massive airship the pair of heroes report back their findings and then destroy the ship with their flame powers killing the Hawk and his minions.

Appearing in "The Case of the Yellow Fire Monster"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Case of the Yellow Fire Monster"Edit

New York City is plagued by a series of mysterious arsons that leave the authorities puzzled. While out to see a movie, Private Steve Rogers and James Barnes spot a homeless drug addict attempting to set the Bijou Theater on fire and stop him. When the authorities take him away, he refuses to talk. Searching the mans pockets they find a flier for Ching-Toy, a so-called Chinese fire god who has a church of worship in Chinatown.

The pair decide to investigate Ching Toy as Captain America and Bucky. Disguising themselves in robes, they are granted entry into he latest ceremony of Ching Toy. They soon realize that everyone in attendance, with the exception of a Chinese girl, are all homeless drug addicts. Captain America realizes that their habits are fed in exchange for causing fires. They are confronted by the girl who introduces herself as Mae Toy, Ching Toy's daughter. She explains that the man before them is not really her father, but a Japanese spy named Nogatmi who has been manipulating to his own ends.

Captain America and Bucky are discovered and Ching Toy orders his minions to attack. The police are soon attracted by the disturbance and Captain America and Bucky give Nogatmi chase. They find the real Ching Toy who has been mortally wounded. He tells them about the spies plans to blow up the munitions warehouse. They catch up with their foe who attempts to keep them at bay by creating fires on the street. Chasing him onto the supporting cables of a nearby bridge, Nogatmi meets his end when his flaming head piece burns the rope he is climbing with causing him to fall to the water below to his death.

Appearing in "Terror In Tokyo"Edit

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Synopsis for "Terror In Tokyo"Edit

The Sub-Mariner is attempting to lead Japanese battleships into a trap by pulling a decoy ship across Japanese waters. Taking the bate, the Japanese ships are led into a mine field and are all sunk. When news reaches Hideki Tojo he is furious and orders the Sub-Mariner's capture. He seeks the advice of his assistant Nishki who gives suggests that they flood a part of the waters with chloroform.

Sure enough they manage to trick the Sub-Mariner into swimming into their trap and the tainted water knocks him out and Namor is easily captured. Brought to Tokyo, he is put in an aquarium tank with drugged water to keep him docile while put on display as a Japanese propaganda victory. However, Tojo's victory is short lived when he tosses the hero a dagger to commit suicide or face a life of slavery. However, Namor uses decorative diamond placed on the end of the the dagger to cut through the glass of the aquarium and free himself.

Namor then fights off Tojo and flees the imperial palace. Disguising himself as a Japanese soldier he tricks some slave workers to dig a trench that drains a rice field of its water and then plants explosives in the palace which leave it in ruins after the explosion. With the Japanese army in chaos, Namor then dives into the ocean and flees the scene.

Appearing in "The Real Hitler"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Real Hitler"Edit

The Destroyer has traveled to Hitler's home in Bavaria to attack the Fuehrer before he returns to Berlin. Jumping one of the guards and stealing his uniform, the Destroyer sneaks inside Hitler's home and is surprised to see not one Hitler, but many. He soon realizes that these are the various actors who have been hired to pose as Hitler in public.

Deciding to have some fun, the Destroyer reveals himself and attacks the Hitlers and the guards in place. Easily beating them senseless he decides to crash in on the real Hitler in his bedroom. There he finds a pair of doctors who are working with him and learns that Adolf has become terminally ill. Realizing that the illness is caused by his guilty conscience over the destruction caused by the war, the Destroyer tells the doctors that the only way Hitler can save himself is to renounce his conquest and make world peace. He then leaves, deciding to let the hands of fate deal with Hitler, knowing that one way or the other the war will end.

Appearing in "The Three Chances of Cadet Cox"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Three Chances of Cadet Cox"Edit

When Bill Cox is about to graduate from the military academy, he is visited by his father Corsair, who helped pay his sons way. Shocking the police arrive to arrest him, as unknown to Bill, his father was a criminal who used stolen money to pay for his sons education. After watching his father get gunned down, Bill quits the military in order to follow his fathers footsteps as a master criminal.

Reading about the story in the newspaper, the Whizzer decides to prevent the boy from following through with this. When Bill is hired to shoot another man, he is stopped by the hero, who uses his super speed to catch the bullet before it can hit its target. When Bill attempts to participate in a bank robbery, he and the gang are once more stopped by the Whizzer. Attempting to talk sense into Bill, he covers for the boy by speeding him away from the scene of the crime, hoping that the boy will give up his hopes of being a criminal. After he tells Bill to seek out his "friend" Jack Robinson for a place to stay and money.

However, Bill brings Nazi agents to force Jack to bring them to the Whizzer. Unaware that Robinson is really the Whizzer, easily trounces the spies. When he confronts Bill about helping the Nazis he explains that he only did it to help capture the Nazis. With his life of crime over, Bill returns to military and later the Whizzer reads about how Bill (now a lieutenant) has become a hero in the Pacific Theater.

Appearing in "The Mystery of the Ghost Killer"Edit

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  • Franz

Synopsis for "The Mystery of the Ghost Killer"Edit

When writer Richard Ranes -- author of the book "Nazis in America" -- is found murdered Mike Trapp is called to investigate. He discovers that it is not the work of a "ghost" but a German born circus stilt walker named Franz.

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  • Prior to this issue Hideki Tojo appeared in Timely Comics house advertisements for other Timely comics, appeals to readers to purchase war bonds, as the featured villain on various covers (First one being the cover to Captain America Comics #13), and other "non-cannon" titles such as Terry-Toons Comics #7, this is the first actual story that features Hideki Tojo in a issue that is part of Marvel Continuity.


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  1. 1.0 1.1 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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