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Full Name: Mike Kincaid
Nationality: British
Organization: S.A.T.A.N.
Occupation Agent

Creator: Unknown
Time Span: 1966 - 1976


Mike Kincaid is an agent with S.A.T.A.N.

If you get the idea that Kincaid is somehow affiliated with a group of satanic operatives, dressed in black cloaks and chanting spooky litanies, you are very much mistaken.

The S.A.T.A.N. in this case is an independent intelligence agency with that eye-catching acronym actually standing for "Spies Anonymous To All Nations" (pretty impressive, though, isn't it?). "No government knows their identities. No outsider can penetrate their ranks. And yet their organization encircles the globe in a vast network of secret cells".

One of those cells is located in London, England, in a non-descript building whose entrance is protected by a very lovely young lady of whom little is mentioned but who is likely able to discourage those who do not belong there. If she feels you are authorized, you are given access to the facility which lets you deal with Roland Campbell, the regional director. And through Campbell you might get introduced to his two top agents, Mike Kincaid and Adam LeBec.

Kincaid is a tall, slender blond-haired young man likely in his late 20's, said hair being a tad on the longish side brushed back. It is evident that he is quite good looking and his easy style and manners lets you know he knows how handsome he is. He dresses well in light-colored bespoke suits though he does tend to ruin their cut by having his hands in his pockets a lot.

In the first two adventures we have of Kincaid he is partnered with LeBec and the deference he shows that man indicates he is junior to the slightly older man. The third adventure, however, shows him off on his own, clearly capable of solo work.


Number of Stories:4
First Appearance:1966
Last Appearance:1976

In 1966 at the height of the new 60s spy craze, publisher Famepress came out with a short (16-issue) series of espionage adventures told in graphic style (comicbooks). Each tale took 64 pages of 2 large panels each to present. The series was about an independent spy agency with the unusual name of S.A.T.A.N., or Spies Anonymous To All Nations.

Most of the adventures dealt with operatives who were featured in that particular story and then never heard from again. At least two had repeat performances, Mike Kincaid and Adam LeBec.

These two agents were teamed together for the first two missions and then each had a third case on their own.

Note: many years after these adventures were published, another imprint came out, Sabre Library, released an adventure (#4 below) which again combined Kincaid and LeBec. It likely was a reprint from an earlier time I have so far missed but it could have been a never-before-published adventure.

1 Cold, The Kiss of Fear Cold, The Kiss of Fear
Published by Famepress
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1966

Published in S.A.T.A.N. #1,  01/1966.
In Lisbon several outbreaks of typhoid in small villages, resulting in numerous deaths, have been accompanied by reports of someone digging up the graves afterwards. S.A.T.A.N. representative in Portugal, Sebastian Lopes, is certain this "smacks of political intrigue" and he asks for help from England who sends Mike Kincaid and Adam LeBec.

2 Midnight Is For Murder Midnight Is For Murder
Published by Famepress
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1966

Published in S.A.T.A.N. #3,  02/1966.
The disappearance of a young socialite is suspected by S.A.T.A.N. of being connected to a plan by Albania to get back into the good graces of the Soviet Union. Mike Kincaid and Adam LeBec are sent to investigate because the young woman is the fiancée to one of Britain's top nuclear scientists.

3 Deadly Paradise Deadly Paradise
Published by Famepress
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1966

Published in S.A.T.A.N. #11,  06/1966.
"Cocaine! Heroin! Marijuana! All are drugs capable of sending men into an deadly paradise. A distorted bliss which can result only in ultimate insanity and death. S.A.T.A.N. agent Mike Kincaid know that certain peddlers were up to something big. The only question was ... how big?"

4 Don't Fool With Death! Don't Fool With Death!
Published by Sabre
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1976

Published in Sabre Library - Thrilling Stories In Pictures #118, May 1976.
[plot unknown]


It is not really possible to get much of a feel for a character when you have just two adventures available (still looking for the third) and those two have him sharing the stage with another agent as well as the bad guys and the obligatory beautiful woman. Toss in the fact that these stories are told in 128 panels.

Still, the little bit of Kincaid's individuality that I saw I liked, especially the hands in the pocket which is a trait that I share with him. The whole going out in the field and getting shot at and almost blown up - I do not share any of that but I did enjoy watching it happen to him.


My Grade: B


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