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Published: April 9th, 1944, Price: [None], Pages: 16, Editing:
Color: Four Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age Size. Some Were Also Issued As Tabloid Size Paper Stock: Newsprint Binding: Loose Pages Or Cut-and-assemble-it-your-self Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series.
 Comic Contents:
Comic Story (8 pages) Dead in the Street
Synopsis: Commissioner Dolan stumbles over a dead body, literally.
Credits: Pencils: Lou Fine ? | Letters: Martin DeMuth
Genre: Adventure
Characters: The Spirit; Dolan; Ebony

Comic Story (4 pages) Bus Stop
Credits: Script: Klaus Nordling (signed) | Pencils: Klaus Nordling (signed) | Inks: Klaus Nordling (signed)
Genre: Adventure; Superhero
Characters: Lady Luck [Brenda Banks]; Knuckles Knielder; Peecolo

Comic Story (4 pages) "It is getting toward evening when Mr Mystic receives a caller"
Synopsis: A mysterious man visits a nightclub, plays a few choruses on the trumpet and then leaves.
Credits: Script: Fred Guardineer (signed) | Pencils: Fred Guardineer (signed) | Inks: Fred Guardineer
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Mr. Mystic; Max Beerfoam; Pietro Pan; Pan

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