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Appearing in "Carnival of Fiends"Edit

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  • Mikado (Mentioned)
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Synopsis for "Carnival of Fiends"Edit

Chinese immigrants living in New York City decide to put on a charity event to earn money for the Chinese war effort against Imperial Japan. However, Japanese spy Matzu and Chinese traitor Ku-Shi decide to sabotage the event by setting on fire the building containing all the fireworks for the event. This blaze is witnessed by the Human Torch and Toro who put out the fire. Learning that the festivities are ruined, the two heroes agree to be part of the show so that they can do their part as well as keep an eye out for Japanese spies.

When Ku-Shi reports back to Matzu about the Torch and Toro involving themselves in the charity show, Matzu decide to continue with his plans and come up with ways to stop the two heroes. During the Torch and Toro's performance, Matzu and his minions attack the charity and gun people down. Stealing the money they attempt to get away, however the Torch and Toro attempt to stop them and end up getting trapped in a room filled with gas. Matzu then hypnotizes the two heroes to break into the Bank of Free China and steal more money for him. The two heroes unwittingly succeed in doing so, proving no match for the guards protecting the bank.

Returning to Matzu's hideout, the Torch stumbles and upon gazing into the headlights of Matzu's car is freed from the hypnotic control. When he attempts to capture Matzu, the Japanese spy sends Toro to clash with him. The Torch fights Toro to a standstill until the boy snaps out of Matzu's control. The duo then chase the crook down and easily capture him before he can detonate a powerful bomb. With Matzu defeated the two heroes decide to rejoin the festivities for the Chinese war effort.

Appearing in "The Order of the Hood"Edit

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  • Pat Casey
  • Mary Nash

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  • Ray Machine

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Synopsis for "The Order of the Hood"Edit

When a new criminal organization of murderers called the Order of the Hood begin a murderous crime spree Dan Lyons decides to stop their organization as the Black Marvel after hearing of their latest crime. Deducing that the crooks might target the Star Reserve Bank that was due to ship gold that day, the Black Marvel arrives on the scene and prevents the Order of the Hood from pulling off their robbery and forces them to flee.

The Hood, leader of the organization, decides to focus their attentions on the Black Marvel. They break into the Daily Globe and plant a story about a jewel display at Jiffany's jewelers. When the Black Marvel learns of it he appears on the scene and is promptly captured. Taken to the Orders hideout, the leader places the Marvel under a ray machine that would burn him alive. The Hood would then televise his execution and demand that the United States government pay them a million dollars a year to end their crime spree. The Black Marvel uses the ray device to burn through his bonds and clash with the gang again.

When the Hood attempts to flee outside, the Black Marvel chases after him and the two battle it out on a hill side. The fight causes an avalanche which the Black Marvel is able to escape from, the Hood however is buried alive. With their leader defeated, the Order of the Hood is quickly turned over to the authorities.

Appearing in "The Case of the Hollow Men"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Case of the Hollow Men"Edit

The Lord of Death, a mad scientist, is sent to Brooklyn by Hitler himself to create a legion of zombies using the local homeless population to attack naval boats stationed in the area. After sending his first zombie to slay a guard, the following night Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes are placed on night watch duty. That night, the ship they are guarding is attacked by a legion of zombies. Changing into Captain America and Bucky they fight off the invaders forcing them into the water. As the creatures sink to the bottom, the two recognize one of the zombies as a homeless man who asked them for change earlier in the day.

The following day, Sgt. Duffy disciplines Steve and Bucky for "abandoning" their post by putting them on boot blacking duty. This inspires them to pose as homeless men giving out shoe shines in order to determine what is turning the homeless population into mindless zombies. While under cover they witness a zombie attack on the Brooklyn Bridge and go into action as Captain America and Bucky slaying all the attackers.

Deducing that whoever is behind the zombies would need fresh recruits they would resume their cover as homeless men to try and find the mastermind behind the attacks. Sure enough they are offered a place to stay and food from the Lord of Death. However, upon arriving at the Lord's home they learn the truth and he shows off his means of creating a horde of undead zombies. Doffing their disguises, Captain America and Bucky easily defeat the Lord of Death in battle. When Hitler attempts to radio in to learn of the Lord's progress, Cap openly mocks the Führer over the radio. When they return to base, Sgt. Duffy tells Rogers and Barnes of Captain America's latest exploit and gives them a hard time for not finishing their boot blacking.

Appearing in "The Torpedo Boat Terror"Edit

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  • Unnamed girl

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    • Paul
    • Hans
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Synopsis for "The Torpedo Boat Terror"Edit

The Sub-Mariner is swimming off the coast of the State of Virginia when he decides to take a break in a nearby cove to rest. When he overhears some noise, he comes across a secret Nazi operation where they are building boats to attack American naval fleets. When one of the boats is completed, Namor climbs aboard and knocks out its crew. When he is spotted by another Nazi boat, he gives them a chase before bailing out and doubling back to the Nazi hideout, by stowing aboard the pursuing ship.

Overhearing the Nazis' plans, Namor attacks them and knocks them out when he remembers he left a boat running wild in the cove. Rushing out to stop it he arrives just as it collides with another ship. As the Nazi agents pursue after Namor, he searches the ship wreck for survivors and finds a lone woman. In attempting to save her, he is caught up in the current of the motors of the Nazi's boat and has to be rescued himself by the girl he had come to save.

Taken to shore, Namor goes back out to sea and takes out the Nazi crew aboard the ship, ending their threat. He and the surviving girl then rush to the Coast Guard office where they tell the officials on site of the Nazi presence in the area.

Appearing in "The Case of the Mad Gargoyle"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Case of the Mad Gargoyle"Edit

After a series of American planes go missing over the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, the Angel decides to investigate. Chartering a flight over the area, the Angel bails out of the plane before it reaches the location where the other planes disappeared. Sure enough he witnesses as some unseen force pulls the plane down. Following it, he finds that a mad scientist known as the Mad Gargoyle was responsible for pulling the planes down as part of a Nazi plot to diminish usable airplanes should the United States enter the war. The Mad Gargoyle had also coerced the local natives in using the captured pilots and crew for their sacrifices to the gods that they superstitiously believed in.

Selected for the sacrifice, the Angel survives being hurtled over an inactive volcano and clashes with the Mad Gargoyle, sending him falling to his death. With their leader dead, the tribe of natives allow the Angel and the others to leave the location without issue.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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