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Clue Comics 009 (paper) (c2c)

rangerhouse scans
comic by kranyboy/rangerhouse fund
movielover edits
Volume: #1, Issue: #9 [9]
Published: Winter 1944, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 52, Editing: Ed Cronin [as Edward Cronin]
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U. S. Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Featuring: Boy King
Characters: Paris

Comic Story (15 pages) That Paris Should Know the Boy King!!
Featuring: Boy King
Characters: Paris (a Robot, Intro)

Comic Story (10 pages) "In medieval times there were cruel and evil lords..."
Featuring: Nightmare and Sleepy
Credits: Pencils: Art Seymour
Characters: The Robber Baron (Villain, Intro)

Comic Story (5 pages) "The town of Steerdale, Arizona is in great trouble..."
Featuring: Stupid Manny
Credits: Script: Tony DiPreta | Pencils: Tony DiPreta (signed) | Inks: Tony DiPreta (signed)

Text Story (2 pages) Their Strangest Case
Credits: Letters: typeset

Comic Story (8 pages) Money to Burn!
Featuring: Twilight
Credits: Pencils: Maurice del Bourgo

Public Service Announcement (1 page) "Skinny McGinty Says..."
Featuring: Skinny McGinty
Credits: Script: Ed Cronin | Pencils: Tony DiPreta | Inks: Tony DiPreta

Comic Story (6 pages) "Most killers have two legs...but this was a four-legged killer..."
Featuring: Jackie Law and the Boy Rangers

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