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Appearing in "Battle Brady"

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Synopsis for "Battle Brady"

While in the thick of battle with Chinese soldiers, the enemy manages to steal Battle Brady's six-shooters, the ones given to him by his grandfather. This puts Brady into a battle frenzy as he madly tries to locate his family heirlooms. Even though he is armed with only his bare hands, he manages to fight off their attackers who then retreat. Socko Swenski sees where they fled, and Battle rushes off after them with Socko trailing behind. Battle spots the captain of the enemy troop running off with his guns and tackles the man. However as they struggle, Battle is struck over the head with a rock and blacks out.

When Battle wakes up he finds that his guns are gone again and that Socko has rounded up the remaining troops to take prisoner. They return to base where their commanding officer tells them that they have 48 hours of leave. Battle shocks both the commander and Socko by telling them that he will spend his leave on patrol in order to track down and recover his stolen guns.

While Battle and Socko go out on patrol they spot a Korean woman showering in a waterfall. Socko is completely taken by her beauty, but Battle could care less until they watch her strapping on a pair of six shooters while getting dressed. Recognizing them as his family guns, Battle rushes at her and demands that she turns the guns over. She acts peacefully at first, telling them that she is a South Korean gorilla, but instead of turning the guns over to Battle, she instead draws on them. She then calls out her father, the very soldier who stole Battle's guns. The girl's father hands them a rope and tells Battle to make a Texas noose so that he can hang them.

Instead, Battle makes a lasso and quickly ropes up the girl and her father. He briefly recovers his guns, but the girl breaks free and grabs one then dives off a nearby cliff into the water below and escapes. As Battle and Socko take her father prisoner, Battle Brady vows to track down the "Pearl of Pyongyang" and take back the gun that she stole from him.

This story is continued next issue...

Appearing in "Corporal Dugan's Grenades"

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Synopsis for "Corporal Dugan's Grenades"

War story.

Appearing in "Battle Brady"

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Synopsis for "Battle Brady"

Battle Brady and Socko Swenski lead the charge against enemy troops, battling so fiercely that the Chinese soldiers call a retreat. As this has been the seventh attack on their position, the commanding officer sends Battle and Socko across enemy lines to determine how many more waves of attacks are planned by the Red army.

As usual, once the pair are left to their own devices, Battle and Socko begin arguing over repayment of the $97 that Socko owes to Battle. Their argument suddenly stops when they find a communications wire in the dirt. Examining this exposes their position to two Chinese soldiers who manage to get the drop on them. Despite having the element of surprise, the enemy troops are easily gunned down by Battle Brady. Instead of cutting the line, the pair follow after it and it leads them to a mobile power house that is feeding the radio station.

The pair then use their belts to slide down the electrical wire suspended over the area. They then cut it down when they get to the other side, leaving it to fall on enemy troops, electrocuting them. Then as the surviving soldiers scramble to figure out what happened they all fall under the roar of the American guns. With the battle over and the station destroyed, Battle and Socko return to base, resuming their old argument as the sun begins to rise.

Appearing in "Don't Stop!"

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Synopsis for "Don't Stop!"

War story.

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