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9-July-2011 2:08 pm
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Username: Ranko
Comment: 1948, St. John Publishing Company. Who Killed Walter Neilson? (text): A man in a gas station is murdered. The police have a very difficult time in finding a suspect but, through a lot of hard work, they find him. He turns out to be the murderer. Crime on the Run: Jack Hart is a criminal. During a robbery one of the victims is shot and killed. The call goes out that the crooks must be found. The police get one of the group and he tells the police enough that, with some hard work, they get all the rest of the gang. The story concludes by telling what happened to each of the men. Mystery Thriller of the Month: This story is about bank robbers. The story shows how the mob pulled off one of their robberies. The police eliminate one known mob, but it's not the right one. A fortunate circumstance leads to the mobs undoing. The police get there in time to catch the entire group. Lucky Coyne: Some thugs throw a body off a pier into the water. A man and a woman see it and try to find out what happened, but the thugs catch both and throw them off along with another man. Fortunately all three of them are rescued. The case involves a guy building a dam and cheating on its construction. Hale, the Magician: Signor Diablo is the name of the crook and Hale is a magician. Hale shows that the guy was nothing but a crook tricking people out of their money. Chief White Wolf: He was friends with Wild Bill Cody and was killed by another Indian who was jealous of him. (One-page) Eddie: one page, supposed to be funny but isn't. Foxy Grandpa: Two pages, again, supposed to be funny but isn't. Minstrels: Racist page. One joke that's actually funny, one that isn't. Medicine Man: Not racist, at least, but not funny, either. Tracy the Outlaw: Another single page entry. He killed a state's marshall, stole an Indian squaw and escaped from prison, only to be found and trapped by lawmen. He took his own life rather than surrender.
29-May-2018 9:23 pm
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Username: LONIE DAVIS
Comment: BOY THE COLOR IS SO NICE ! THANK YOU !
 
 

Issue: #1
Published: February 1948, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 52, Editing:
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U. S. Paper Stock: Newsprint Binding: Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Credits: Pencils: Paul Parker (signed) | Inks: Paul Parker (signed)
Genre: Crime

Text Story (2 pages) Who Killed Walter Neilson?
Featuring: A True Crime Story
Credits: Script: Dean Franklin | Letters: typeset

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Crime on the Run
Synopsis: During a payroll robbery one of the victims is shot and killed.
Genre: Crime
Characters: Jack Hart (master Criminal) Kitty Hart Bill Norris (treasurer) Fred Kuethe (bookkeeper)

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Mystery Thriller of the Month
Synopsis: A wave of bank robberies sweeps Los Angeles.
Genre: Crime
Characters: Tony Deus (desperado) Nick Radovick (mobster) Mrs. Williams (teller)

Comic Story (7 pages)
Featuring: Lucky Coyne
Synopsis: Fate formed a peculiar partnership with a sadistic assassin.
Credits: Pencils: George Gregg ? | Inks: George Gregg ?
Genre: Crime
Characters: Lucky Coyne (reporter For The Daily World) Kitty (his Co-worker) Terry (his Co-worker)

Comic Story (7 pages)
Featuring: Hale! ...the Magician
Synopsis: Hale is asked by the police to track down the deadly prophecies of the Signor Diablo.
Credits: Pencils: George Tuska | Inks: George Tuska
Genre: Crime
Characters: Hale Commissioner Morris Signor Diablo (villain)

Text Story (1 page) Chief White Wolf
Credits: Pencils: Richard Speed | Inks: Richard Speed
Genre: Biography Western-frontier
Characters: Chief White Wolf

Text Story (1 page)
Featuring: Eddie
Credits: Script: Fred Schwab ? | Pencils: Fred Schwab | Inks: Fred Schwab
Genre: Humor Children
Characters: Eddie Mr. Gundy

Comic Story (2 pages)
Featuring: Foxy Grandpa
Genre: Children
Characters: Foxy Grandpa

Comic Story (1 page)
Featuring: Cheerio Minstrels
Genre: Children

Comic Story (1 page)
Featuring: Medicine Man
Credits: Script: Paul Gustavson | Pencils: Paul Gustavson | Inks: Paul Gustavson | Letters: Paul Gustavson
Genre: Children
Characters: Medicine Man

Comic Story (1 page) Tracy the Outlaw
Credits: Pencils: Richard Speed | Inks: Richard Speed
Genre: Biography
Characters: Harry Tracy (1871-1902)

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