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Published March 1938 by Centaur
The Case of the Careless Mail Clerk
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Bob Wood
Bob Wood (signed)
"The Case of the Careless Mail Clerk"
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The Case of the Careless Mail Clerk
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Bob Wood
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Trouble in the Mine
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Pineapples To You
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Published April 1938 by Centaur
The Strange Case of the 20 Pills
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Bob Wood (signed)
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"The Strange Case of the 20 Pills"
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Published April 1938 by Centaur

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The Strange Case of the 20 Pills
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Bob Wood (signed)
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"The Strange Case of the 20 Pills"

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Merry Go Round
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Kit Carson
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Hal Schumacher
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Hollywood!
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Pageant of Progress
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Published May 1938 by Centaur
Mr. Piffle Goes West
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Published May 1938 by Centaur

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Mr. Piffle Goes West
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Published July 1938 by Centaur
The Empty Watchcase
George Nagle (credited)
Al Hopkins [as AFH] (signed)
Charles Biro (signed)
"The Empty Watchcase"
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Published July 1938 by Centaur

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The Empty Watchcase
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George Nagle (credited)
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Al Hopkins [as AFH] (signed)
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Charles Biro (signed)
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"The Empty Watchcase"

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Goobyland
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Fred Schwab [as F. S.] (signed)
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Paul Gustavson (signed)
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Fred Schwab (signed)
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Bob Wood (signed)
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Dick Ryan (signed)
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Paul Gustavson (signed)
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Bob Wood (signed)
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Published September 1938 by Centaur
"You'd better talk, Dillon, or we'll keep you here until you do!"
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Paul Gustavson
Martin Filchock (signed)
The Arrow [Ralph Payne](introduction)
""You'd better talk, Dillon, or we'll keep you here until you do!""
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Published September 1938 by Centaur

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"You'd better talk, Dillon, or we'll keep you here until you do!"
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Paul Gustavson
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Martin Filchock (signed)
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The Arrow [Ralph Payne](introduction)
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""You'd better talk, Dillon, or we'll keep you here until you do!""

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Published November 1938 by Centaur
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Paul Gustavson
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"Oh yes, Spots is a good hunting dog..."
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Paul Gustavson (signed)
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"I'se gonna write poetry, Sambo!"
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Jack Cole
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"What a day! What a day for fishin'!"
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Art Pinajian (signed)
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"I guess I'll get cooled off"
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Paul Gustavson (signed) [as P. Gustavson]
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"I gotta find some way to invest the few dollars I have"
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Jack Cole
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Always in a Sweat
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Paul Gustavson (signed) [as P. Gustavson]
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"We must keep going!"
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Dick Ryan (signed)
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"Ferdie got a licking!"
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Jay Fee Nee (signed)
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"The good looking fellow is me!"
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Bob Wood (signed)
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"Hi, Sue. Are you alone?"
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Claire S. Moe (credited)
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"What's the charge, officer?"
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Bob Wood (signed)
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"If he doesn't stop travelin' soon..."
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"In Dutch Kelly's night club..."
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Paul Gustavson (signed) [as P. Gustavson]
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The Arrow rescues the kidnapped grown children of a millionaire from a gang of gamblers who are using their debts to force them to commit crimes.

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"Maybe I shouldn't 'ave taken this job after all!"
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"-and in conclusion let me say that I stand on my record."
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Jack Cole [as Sassafrass]
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"Looks like we're in for a gale, sir!"
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Published December 1938 by Centaur
Wild Horse
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Paul Gustavson
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"Wild Horse"
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Wild Horse
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Paul Gustavson
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"Wild Horse"

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"Court-martialed because of the dissapearance of government munitions..."
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Paul Gustavson (signed)
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Raising Tropical Fish
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George Peter
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"So I'm too easy with the kids Pop?"
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Gay Feeney
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Dead Man at Powder Spring
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Ed Moore (signed)
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"Skid Davis, an internationally known flyer of fortune..."
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Al McWilliams
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"Well--I hope you land a job this time, Egbert!"
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"No one'll recognize me in this disguise"
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Ed Wood
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Ed Wood
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"Boy! Do I need a shave!"
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Bob Wood
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Bob Wood
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"The circus is now settled..."
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Claire S. Moe
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Claire S. Moe
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"Wide open spaces!"
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Dick Ryan
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Dick Ryan
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"You can win $100 with a photo of the first chicadee!"
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Published February 1939 by Centaur
King of the Veldt
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Fred Schwab (signed)
"King of the Veldt"
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Published February 1939 by Centaur

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King of the Veldt
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Fred Schwab (signed)
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"King of the Veldt"

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The Case of the Missing Heir
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Bob Kane
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Bob Kane
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Doomed Mine
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Published March 1939 by Centaur
A Fatal Suicide
Jack Cole
Jack Cole
Jack Cole (signed)
"A Fatal Suicide"
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A Fatal Suicide
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Jack Cole
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Jack Cole
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Jack Cole (signed)
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"A Fatal Suicide"

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"No more money in the bank"
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Victor Dowling
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Victor Dowling
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"Goodness! That cat is back here again..."
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Matt Curzon ?
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"Joaquin strikes!"
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Ellis Edwards
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"Bill set a monkey trap with fruit as bait--"
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M. MacIntyre
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"H-Hi'ya folks!"
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"Jumping Jeepers Stubby--"
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Amby
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"Coo coo!"
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Ed Wood
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"For those who don't know Boodini--"
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Ed Wood
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Claire S. Moe
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"What remarkable story explains your lateness this time..."
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Jay Feeney ?
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Daring Escape
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Paul Gustavson
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Published April 1939 by Centaur
Ed Wood
Ed Wood
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Ed Wood
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Ed Wood
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Ed Wood
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Claire S. Moe
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Claire S. Moe
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Paul Gustavson
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Paul Gustavson
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Al McWilliams
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Al McWilliams
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Dick Ryan
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Published June 1939 by Centaur
Held-For-Murder
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Paul Gustavson
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"Held-For-Murder"
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Published June 1939 by Centaur

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Held-For-Murder
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Paul Gustavson
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"Held-For-Murder"

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Black Traffic
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Dragon's Face Bank Robbers
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Paul Gustavson
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Paul Gustavson
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Published July 1939 by Centaur
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Fred Schwab
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Fred Schwab
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Published August 1939 by Centaur
"To give you an idea how mean Keeno is..."
Ed Wood
Ed Wood
Martin Filchock (signed)
""To give you an idea how mean Keeno is...""
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"To give you an idea how mean Keeno is..."
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Ed Wood
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Ed Wood
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Martin Filchock (signed)
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""To give you an idea how mean Keeno is...""

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Dick Ryan
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"Story so far: Sue thinks Madame Renee..."
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Claire S. Moe
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Claire S. Moe
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"Another one blown up--"
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Paul Gustavson
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Paul Gustavson
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"Mama's going to market..."
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Fox
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Fox
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"Quiet now--"
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"Good night, my sweet--"
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Craig Fox
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"Granny! Hurry with that packing..."
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Linder Mayr
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"I hope it's blood!"
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Bob Wood
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Bob Wood
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"Oh, boy, oh, boy!"
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Martin Filchock
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"Books, bah!"
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Dick Ryan
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Dick Ryan
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Published September 1939 by Centaur
Uncle Johnny's Clarinet
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Dick Ryan
Paul Gustavson (signed)
"Uncle Johnny's Clarinet"
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Uncle Johnny's Clarinet
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Dick Ryan
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Paul Gustavson (signed)
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"Uncle Johnny's Clarinet"

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Published October 1939 by Centaur
Diana Deane in "White Goddess"
Tarpe Mills
Tarpe Mills
Max Neill (signed)
"Diana Deane in "White Goddess""
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Published October 1939 by Centaur

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Diana Deane in "White Goddess"
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Tarpe Mills
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Tarpe Mills
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Max Neill (signed)
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"Diana Deane in "White Goddess""

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"Story so far: Margo and Madame Renee meet..."
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Claire S. Moe
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Claire S. Moe
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"A fast car comes to a stop..."
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Paul Gustavson
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"Hands up!"
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"Be off, villain!"
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"I can't think to save my life..."
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"Quack!"
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Paul Gustavson ?
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"Who tied that knot?"
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Fred Schwab (signed)
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Fred Schwab
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"As a token of my appreciation, Abdallah..."
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Craig Fox
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Craig Fox
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"Let me have two three-minute eggs."
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"To the Water"
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Bob Wood ?
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"Now you guys can't get into any trouble here..."
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"Thus far our trip to civilization was not successful..."
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Dick Ryan
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Haunted House
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Martin Filchock
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Martin Filchock
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Published November 1939 by Centaur
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Tarpe Mills (signed)
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Published December 1939 by Centaur
The Third Episode of Diana Deane in "White Goddess"
Tarpe Mills
Tarpe Mills (signed)
Carl Burgos (signed)
"The Third Episode of Diana Deane in "White Goddess""
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Published December 1939 by Centaur

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The Third Episode of Diana Deane in "White Goddess"
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Tarpe Mills
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Tarpe Mills (signed)
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Carl Burgos (signed)
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"The Third Episode of Diana Deane in "White Goddess""

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"A large car skids and blocks traffic in front of the post office."
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Paul Gustavson
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Paul Gustavson
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"I'd like to have half a chicken."
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Bob Wood
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Bob Wood
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"Must be an accident."
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"King Barbar celebrates his victory..."
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Craig Fox
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Craig Fox
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"Drive like the devil."
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George Stimson ?
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Paul Gustavson (signed)
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"We are still looking for the race of civilized people..."
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Dick Ryan
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Dick Ryan
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"Razzle dazzle gobble gobble sis boom bah"
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Jack Cole ?
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"Magicians gotta pay in advance!"
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Fred Schwab
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Fred Schwab (signed)
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"Some smoke, Bingo!"
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Bob Wood
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Bob Wood (signed)
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"Millie's rooting for the winner"
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Bob Wood?
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Bert Schultz [Bob Wood?]
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"Wanted---a live, wide awake real estate salesman"
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Jack Cole ?
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"Great guns!"
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Jack Cole
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Jack Cole
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"While Carlo, Sam and Sue are guests of the Maestro..."
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Claire S. Moe
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Claire S. Moe
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Published January 1940 by Centaur
"The boss says to git some of you boys and go out to the buryin' with him..."
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""The boss says to git some of you boys and go out to the buryin' with him..."" When Blarsted, the most powerful man in Mesquite, drives out the Sherrif, the Phantom Rider comes to his aid.
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"The boss says to git some of you boys and go out to the buryin' with him..."
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Jack Cole ?
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Paul Gustavson ?
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Phantom Rider; Sherrif Warder; Blarsted
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""The boss says to git some of you boys and go out to the buryin' with him..."" When Blarsted, the most powerful man in Mesquite, drives out the Sherrif, the Phantom Rider comes to his aid.

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"My son, the time has come for your young body to replace this ancient one's!"
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Jack Cole [as Richard Bruce] (signed)
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Jack Cole [as Richard Bruce] (signed)
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Mantoka's father, the tribe shaman, passes his powers on to Mantoka. When the hunters of the tribe start to go missing, Mantoka finds that they have been captured by a white man who is forcing them to work in his mines.

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"Hey Pinky- How about a ride, huh?"
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Art Pinajian
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Art Pinajian
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Egbert gets a sled ride from Pinky.

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"Hello Hans!!"
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Paul Gustavson (signed)
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Paul Gustavson (signed)
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The Arrow captures some murdering racketeers.

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"Margo has come to Renee again..."
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Claire S. Moe (signed)
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Claire S. Moe (signed)
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"G-Man Gene matches wits with Wu Chang, the Mad Ming"
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Harold DeLay (signed)
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G-Man Gene is called in when Stubs finds a body he thinks is a federal man. Jinny insists on going with him, and they discover an opium smuggling operation. After tracing it to Wu Chang, Jinny steals his papers for evidence. Furious, Wu Chang kidnaps her, but Gene calls in Sgt. Stone and rescues her during a raid.

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White Goddess [conclusion]
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Tarpe Mills (signed)
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Tarpe Mills (signed)
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Zuma shoots and kills Briny Bill from a hiding place, cutting short his reunion with Ora. However he falls from his perch and is killed by a gorilla. Gary begins to take Ora, now Joan Trever once more, back to England as Bill wished. But the two have fallen in love, and Joan agrees to go with Gary to America as his bride.

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"When crime breaks out, The Owl prowls..."
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Martin Filchock (signed)
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The fastidious librarian in a large southern city is secretly The Owl, who lives with his father in the nearby swamp. The Owl's father lost his legs because of a racketeer, and spent his life designing the Owl's flying suit. They track down a kidnapping gang to Zeb's farm and the Owl runs their car off a cliff.
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Published March 1940 by Centaur
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Paul Gustavson
Paul Gustavson (signed)
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Paul Gustavson
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Paul Gustavson (signed)

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Published April 1940 by Centaur
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Paul Gustavson
Harold DeLay
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Paul Gustavson
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Harold DeLay

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Claire S. Moe (credited)
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Harold Delay (credited)
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Jack Cole
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Jack Cole
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Ben Thompson (signed)
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Published May 1940 by Centaur
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Paul Gustavson
Harold DeLay
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Published May 1940 by Centaur

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Paul Gustavson
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Harold DeLay

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Jack Cole
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Jack Cole
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The Taureg Demoniac Cult
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Published June 1940 by Centaur
"At Langley Field a United States pursuit plane..."
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Paul Gustavson
Harold DeLay (signed)
""At Langley Field a United States pursuit plane...""
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"At Langley Field a United States pursuit plane..."
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Paul Gustavson
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Harold DeLay (signed)
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""At Langley Field a United States pursuit plane...""

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"Renee learning that Sam and Sue..."
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Claire S. Moe (credited)
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"Gene Jordan, a government agent..."
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Harold Delay (signed)
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"Meet the cast, folks!"
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Bob Moore (credited)
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Carl Pfeufer (credited)
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Red Man of the Rockies
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Arthur Pinajian (credited)
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The Wild Men of Borneo
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Ray Burley [as R. A. Burley] (credited)
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Published July 1940 by Centaur
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Paul Gustavson
Paul Gustavson
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Published July 1940 by Centaur

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Paul Gustavson
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Paul Gustavson

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"Under the hypnotic influence of Josef..."
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Bob Moore
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Carl Pfeufer
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"A card game of heavy stakes..."
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Ed Maline
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Tries Again
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Maurice Gutwirth
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Published August 1940 by Centaur
The Ticking Death (from cover)
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Paul Gustavson
Paul Gustavson
The Arrow; Maise
"The Ticking Death (from cover)" Foreign spies swarm into the US trying to obtain military secrets.
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Published August 1940 by Centaur

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The Ticking Death (from cover)
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Interior Art
Paul Gustavson
Cover Art
Paul Gustavson
Character Appearances
The Arrow; Maise
Storyline
"The Ticking Death (from cover)" Foreign spies swarm into the US trying to obtain military secrets.

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The Circus and Sue
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Claire S. Moe
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Sue stands vigil at the bedside of the hospitalized Carlo

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Dr. Chang alias Mad Ming has for sometime been the guest of Detective Gene Gerald. Gene save Ming's life some time back and he was so grateful he promised to reform.

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Ed Moline
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It's midnight and a man has just broken into an uptown office in the Reed building.

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The Case of the Livid Scar
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Dahl
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Randal Ross ingenius private detective has been procured by Miss Joan Brent to investigate thoroughly the murder of a jewelery shop-keeper

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Chas Pearson
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Steve West in Rio de Janeiro is asked to sail a cargo of coffee to Mogodoro in Morocco.
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Published September 1940 by Centaur
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Paul Gustavson
Paul Gustavson
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Published September 1940 by Centaur

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Paul Gustavson
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Paul Gustavson

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Script
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Published October 1940 by Centaur
Betty Thomas Maddened by a Monster
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Paul Gustavson
Paul Gustavson
Arrow
"Betty Thomas Maddened by a Monster"
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Published October 1940 by Centaur

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Betty Thomas Maddened by a Monster
Writer
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Interior Art
Paul Gustavson
Cover Art
Paul Gustavson
Character Appearances
Arrow
Storyline
"Betty Thomas Maddened by a Monster"

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Jon the Gypsy Cuts a Rope
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Theft of a Picture Gets Time
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Kid Kopper Under Kover
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Ed Molire
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Ed Molire
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The Case of the Blind Beggar
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Steve Dahlman
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Steve Dahlman
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Homecoming Week
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George Loomis
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George Loomis
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