The Black Terror [Bob Benton]; Tim [Tim Roland]; Jean Starr; Police Inspector Mullins (introduc tion); Willmott (villain, introduction); Willmott's gang (villains, introduction for all)
Bob is hired by the government to take their highly secret chemical and find a way to convert it to peacetime use. But the gas has a highly unusual effect on the crooks after the secret: it makes them as hard as statues.
Benton Drug Store; Hudson Fur Storage Company; Letholene (a gas); Spectrophotometer
The Nazis didn't have a chance to use the Tremorade...
The Black Terror [Bob Benton]; Tim [Tim Roland]; Jean Starr; Mr. Brant (newspaper editor); Fred (newspaper reporter); un-named Police Sergeant; Dunkel (villain, introduction); Rafferty (villain, introduction)
Bob is asked to study a captured German weapon, whose secret depends on a breakdown of a mysterious enemy gas that powers the machine.
Benton Drug Store; Daily Herald; Malvern Hill; Tremorade (German machine)
Jerry Callan; Mike Daly (ice cream and dairy plant owner); Joe Dillon (ice-cream truck driver); hold-up men [Frank Walsh; others un-named] (villains)
Jerry was working in the dairy plant packaging ice cream pies when he noticed a trio of hold-up men making off with the company payroll. But his swift thinking pulled the rug out from underneath the crooks who were easily captured.
Thunderhoof (a black stallion); Stardust (a white mare); Red Spear (Indian, introduction, death); Mr. Latham (ranch oner); Ann Latham (Latham's daughter); Tex Gowan (villain, introduction, death); Jed (villain, introduction)
Two vicious criminals beat an Indian to death in order to learn the source of the gold he carried.
Mesa Junction; Mesa Junction Bank; Morales Valley; San Morales