This is it! I feel like the last four years of this blog have led up to this moment, as I consider the first year and a half run of Captain Marvel to be one of the best runs in comic book history.
And, no, you didn't miss an issue -- Whiz Comics accidentally began with #2, counting the unpublished ashcan copy as #1 (which most companies did not add to their issue count).
Before we get into this, let me add that I fine tooth-combed this story previously for details, and annotated it carefully here, here, here, and here.
So what is there left to do? Why, talk about game mechanics, of course!
Note the two figures in front of the Car. They seem to be real creatures, possibly lizard men or troglodytes. They are never encountered or mentioned again, though they could be natural inhabitants of the caverns inside the Rock of Eternity (not named as such yet).
This does bring up the question: should Dispel Magic work on Captain Marvel, at least if cast by a high enough level magic-user? I would say yes...but it does seem to set a precedent for allowing it to affect all powers of superheroes, which an Editor should think carefully about.
Television sets are minor trophy items in 1940.
As I've said before, breaking through windows does not require a roll for a superhero.
Smashing lab equipment is the second category for wrecking things, Machines. Ripping open the door is the first category (Doors).
Less clear is if CM needs to be using a Raise Car power to lift up the elevator car. My quick research seems to indicate that an elevator car weighs over a ton -- too much to just hand-wave, I feel (I also missed this first indication of Captain Marvel's strength in my annotations!).
A glass-melting spell sounds too specific to be of much use, but a spell that mimics wrecking things would be useful to a magic-user.
The second spell is likely Disguise...and yet, if Ibis has had his eyes covered in mummy wrap all this time, how did he know what clothes modern people wore? Perhaps this is a 2nd level spell that clothes you in the illusion of how people expect you to look, rather than a disguise of your own choosing?
Mentioned just in passing, Ibis casts a Knock spell.
(Scans courtesy of Comic Book Plus.)