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Issue: #9 Published: November 13, 1942, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 68, Editing: Rod Reed
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age US Paper Stock: Glossy Covers; Newsprint Interiors Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing
The Crime Exchange, headed by the Crime Broker, is a high class nightclub-like hideout for criminals to come and relax after committing their illegal deeds, as well as being provided new jobs they can perpetrate. Having had a $1 million dollar bounty placed on their heads, the Flying Detectives must stop the Crime Broker before his lackies stop them....permanently!
Miffed because she is not getting equal space in the local newspaper, Bulletgirl decides to leave the team and go out on her own, and becomes involved in a case in which a phony fortune teller is victimizing wealthy people who live on the west side of town.
Script: Otto Binder | Pencils: Ken Bald | Inks: Ken Bald
An em inent Professor of poetry invents a set of wings in response to a dream of his to be able to fly like a bird and become a crime crusher like Bulletman. Unfortunately, for every crime he attempts to halt, the Flying Detective is made to take the blame for committing it, and the Birdman vows to stop capture him and Bulletgirl --- or else!
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