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Published November 1938 by DC
Fang Gow of China: Part 31
Leo O'Mealia
Leo O'Mealia
Creig Flessel
Barry O'Neill; Fang Gow (villain)
"Fang Gow of China: Part 31"
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Published November 1938 by DC

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Story Title
Fang Gow of China: Part 31
Writer
Leo O'Mealia
Interior Art
Leo O'Mealia
Cover Art
Creig Flessel
Character Appearances
Barry O'Neill; Fang Gow (villain)
Storyline
"Fang Gow of China: Part 31"

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The River Pirates: Part 2
Script
Jim Chambers
Pencils
Jim Chambers
Story Line

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On the Wrong Side of the Law: Part 1
Script
Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Joe Shuster
Story Line

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The Plantation Uprising: Part 1
Script
Will Ely
Pencils
Will Ely
Story Line

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The Lost Gold Mine: Part 4
Script
Stockton
Pencils
Stockton
Story Line

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The Masked Man: Part 1
Script
Ed Winiarski
Pencils
Ed Winiarski
Story Line

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The Thief: Part 4
Script
Stockton
Pencils
Stockton
Story Line

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Script
Romer
Pencils
Romer
Story Line

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Script
Russell Cole
Pencils
Russell Cole (Alger)
Story Line

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Script
Bob Kane
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

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The God of the Ruby Eye: Part 6
Script
Will Ely
Pencils
Will Ely
Story Line

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Episode 27
Script
Tom Hickey
Pencils
Tom Hickey
Story Line

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The Pirate Ship: Part 7
Script
Bob Kane
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

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El Diablo: Part 5
Script
Fred Guardineer
Pencils
Fred Guardineer
Story Line

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Script
Stockton
Pencils
Stockton
Story Line
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Published December 1938 by DC
El Diablo, Part 6
Fred Guardineer
Fred Guardineer
Creig Flessel (signed)
"El Diablo, Part 6"
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Published December 1938 by DC

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El Diablo, Part 6
Writer
Fred Guardineer
Interior Art
Fred Guardineer
Cover Art
Creig Flessel (signed)
Storyline
"El Diablo, Part 6"

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Story Title
"What'a storm I better stay in th' cabin-!"
Script
Fred Schwab [as Stockton]
Pencils
Fred Schwab [as Stockton]
Story Line

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The Y-Kim
Script
Jim Chambers
Pencils
Jim Chambers
Story Line

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On the Wrong Side of the Law, Part 2
Script
Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Joe Shuster
Story Line

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The Plantation Uprising, Part 2
Script
Will Ely
Pencils
Will Ely
Story Line

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"Barber shop down stairs!"
Script
Russell Cole
Pencils
Russell Cole [as Alger]
Story Line

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The Masked Man, Part 2
Script
Ed Winiarski
Pencils
Ed Winiarski
Story Line

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In Arabia, Part 1
Script
Stockton
Pencils
Stockton
Story Line

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Pushing a Baby Carriage
Script
Bob Kane
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

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The Lost Gold Mine, Part 5
Script
Stockton
Pencils
Stockton
Story Line

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The God of the Ruby Eye, Part 7
Script
Jim Chambers
Pencils
Jim Chambers
Story Line

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Episode 28
Script
Tom Hickey
Pencils
Tom Hickey
Story Line

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The Pirate Ship, Part 8
Script
Bob Kane
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

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The Lucky Ring
Script
Bert Christman ? [as Spencer Trent]
Pencils
Bert Christman [as Spencer Trent]
Story Line

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"I'm thinkin bout the day I drank eleven choc'lit sodies!!"
Script
Whitney Ellsworth
Pencils
Whitney Ellsworth (signed)
Story Line
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Published January 1939 by DC
Fang Gow of China: Part 32
Leo O'Mealia
Leo O'Mealia
Fred Guardineer
Barry O'Neill; Fang Gow (villain)
"Fang Gow of China: Part 32"
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Published January 1939 by DC

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Story Title
Fang Gow of China: Part 32
Writer
Leo O'Mealia
Interior Art
Leo O'Mealia
Cover Art
Fred Guardineer
Character Appearances
Barry O'Neill; Fang Gow (villain)
Storyline
"Fang Gow of China: Part 32"

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Script
Fred Schwab
Pencils
Fred Schwab
Story Line

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Mutiny On the Mary Ann
Script
Jim Chambers
Pencils
Jim Chambers
Story Line

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On the Wrong Side of the Law: Part 3
Script
Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Joe Shuster
Story Line

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Story Title
The Plantation Uprising: Part 3
Script
Will Ely
Pencils
Will Ely
Story Line

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Story Title
The Lost Gold Mine: Part 6
Script
Stockton
Pencils
Stockton
Story Line

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The Masked Man: Part 3
Script
Ed Winiarski
Pencils
Ed Winiarski
Story Line

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Script
Bob Kane
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

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Script
Bob Montana ?
Pencils
Bob Montana ?
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Script
Bob Kane
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

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In Arabia: Part 2
Script
Stockton
Pencils
Stockton
Story Line

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The God of the Ruby Eye: Part 8
Script
Jim Chambers
Pencils
Jim Chambers
Story Line

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Episode 29
Script
Tom Hickey
Pencils
Tom Hickey
Story Line

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The Pirate Ship: Part 9
Script
Bob Kane
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

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El Diablo: Part 7
Script
Fred Guardineer
Pencils
Fred Guardineer
Story Line

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Script
Fred Schwab
Pencils
Fred Schwab
Story Line

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Script
?
Pencils
George Papp
Story Line

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?
Pencils
Sheldon Moldoff
Story Line

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?
Pencils
Sheldon Moldoff
Story Line

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Six Man Football
Script
?
Pencils
Sheldon Moldoff
Story Line
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Published February 1939 by DC
Sheldon Moldoff
Sheldon Moldoff
Fred Guardineer
The Gashouse Gang (introduction and only appearance)
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Published February 1939 by DC

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Writer
Sheldon Moldoff
Interior Art
Sheldon Moldoff
Cover Art
Fred Guardineer
Character Appearances
The Gashouse Gang (introduction and only appearance)

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Story Title
Fang Gow of China: Part 33
Script
Leo O'Mealia
Pencils
Leo O'Mealia
Story Line

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Script
Fred Schwab
Pencils
Fred Schwab
Story Line

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The World Beneath the South Pole
Script
Gardner Fox?
Pencils
Geoff Newman
Story Line

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On the Wrong Side of the Law: Part 4
Script
Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Joe Shuster
Story Line

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The Plantation Uprising: Part 4
Script
Will Ely
Pencils
Will Ely
Story Line

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In Arabia: Part 3
Script
[Fred Schwab as] Stockton
Pencils
[Fred Schwab as] Stockton
Story Line

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The Slave Ship
Script
Jim Chambers
Pencils
Jim Chambers
Story Line

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Script
Bob Kane
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

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The Masked Man: Part 4
Script
Ed Winiarski
Pencils
Ed Winiarski
Story Line

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The Lost Gold Mine: Part 7
Script
[Fred Schwab as] Stockton
Pencils
[Fred Schwab as] Stockton
Story Line

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The God of the Ruby Eye: Part 9
Script
Jim Chambers
Pencils
Jim Chambers
Story Line

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Episode 30
Script
Tom Hickey
Pencils
Tom Hickey
Story Line

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Story Title
The Pirate Ship: Part 10
Script
Bob Kane
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

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El Diablo: Part 8
Script
Fred Guardineer
Pencils
Fred Guardineer
Story Line
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Published March 1939 by DC
Fang Gow of China: Part 34
Ed Winiarski
Ed Winiarski
John Richard Flanagan
Fang Gow (villain)
"Fang Gow of China: Part 34"
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Published March 1939 by DC

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Story Title
Fang Gow of China: Part 34
Writer
Ed Winiarski
Interior Art
Ed Winiarski
Cover Art
John Richard Flanagan
Character Appearances
Fang Gow (villain)
Storyline
"Fang Gow of China: Part 34"

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The White Warriors
Script
Gardner Fox?
Pencils
Geoff Newman
Story Line

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On the Wrong Side of the Law: Part 5
Script
Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Joe Shuster
Story Line

Other Story

Story Title
The God of the Ruby Eye: Part 10
Script
Jim Chambers
Pencils
Jim Chambers
Story Line

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In Arabia: Part 4
Script
Stockton
Pencils
Stockton
Story Line

Other Story

Story Title
The Plantation Uprising: Part 5
Script
Will Ely
Pencils
Will Ely
Story Line

Other Story

Script
Stockton
Pencils
Stockton
Story Line

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Story Title
Hidden Paradise [Part 1]
Script
Ed Winiarski
Pencils
Ed Winiarski
Story Line

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The Shai Poa Necklace
Script
Jim Chambers
Pencils
Jim Chambers
Story Line

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Episode 31
Script
Tom Hickey
Pencils
Tom Hickey
Story Line

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Story Title
The Pirate Ship: Part 11
Script
Bob Kane
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

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Story Title
El Diablo: Part 9
Script
Fred Guardineer
Pencils
Fred Guardineer
Story Line
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Published April 1939 by DC
Fang Gow of China: Part 35
Ed Winiarski
Ed Winiarski
John Richard Flanagan
Fang Gow (villain)
"Fang Gow of China: Part 35"
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Published April 1939 by DC

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Story Title
Fang Gow of China: Part 35
Writer
Ed Winiarski
Interior Art
Ed Winiarski
Cover Art
John Richard Flanagan
Character Appearances
Fang Gow (villain)
Storyline
"Fang Gow of China: Part 35"

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Script
Fred Schwab
Pencils
Fred Schwab
Story Line

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Story Title
The White Witch
Script
Gardner Fox?
Pencils
George Newman
Story Line

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Story Title
On the Wrong Side of the Law: Part 6
Script
Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Shuster Shop
Story Line

Other Story

Story Title
The God of the Ruby Eye: Part 11
Script
Jim Chambers
Pencils
Jim Chambers
Story Line

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A Playboy In King Arthur's Court: Part 1
Script
Stockton
Pencils
Stockton
Story Line

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Story Title
The Plantation Uprising: Part 6
Script
Will Ely
Pencils
Will Ely
Story Line

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Script
Russell Cole
Pencils
Russell Cole [as Alger]
Story Line

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Story Title
Hidden Paradise [Part 2]
Script
Ed Winiarski
Pencils
Ed Winiarski
Story Line

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The Missionary's Daughter
Script
Jim Chambers
Pencils
Jim Chambers
Story Line

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The Count and the Countess
Script
Tom Hickey
Pencils
Tom Hickey
Story Line

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The Pirate Ship: Part 12
Script
Bob Kane
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

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El Diablo: Part 10
Script
Fred Guardineer
Pencils
Fred Guardineer
Story Line
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Published May 1939 by DC
The Suicide of Major Duval: Part 1
Ed Winiarski
Ed Winiarski
John Richard Flanagan
Maj. Andre Duval (introduction, death); Count Guniff (villain, introduction)
"The Suicide of Major Duval: Part 1"
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Published May 1939 by DC

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Story Title
The Suicide of Major Duval: Part 1
Writer
Ed Winiarski
Interior Art
Ed Winiarski
Cover Art
John Richard Flanagan
Character Appearances
Maj. Andre Duval (introduction, death); Count Guniff (villain, introduction)
Storyline
"The Suicide of Major Duval: Part 1"

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Script
Charles Biro
Pencils
Charles Biro
Story Line

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Story Title
Theft of the Volker Plans
Script
George Newman (signed)
Pencils
George Newman (signed)
Story Line
The Raven stages an air attack over the city of Kurtzberg to mask his theft of the secret Volker Plans. Kent joins forces with Undercover Agent K-4 of the Bureau of Intelligence to infiltrate the Raven's secret headquarters and retrieve the plans.

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Story Title
The Killing of Judge Thompson
Script
Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Shuster Shop
Story Line

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Story Title
The God of the Ruby Eye: Part 12
Script
Jim Chambers
Pencils
Jim Chambers
Story Line

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Story Title
A Playboy In King Arthur's Court: Part 2
Script
Stockton
Pencils
Stockton
Story Line

Other Story

Story Title
The Armored Truck Robbery
Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Don Lynch
Story Line

Other Story

Story Title
Battle With Tartars
Script
Ed Winiarski
Pencils
Ed Winiarski
Story Line

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Script
Bob Kane
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

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Mystery of the Exploding Ships
Script
Jim Chambers
Pencils
Jim Chambers
Story Line

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Story Title
The Rebel Pancho Velez
Script
Tom Hickey
Pencils
Tom Hickey
Story Line

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Story Title
The Pirate Ship: Part 13
Script
Bob Kane
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

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Story Title
Wang Ku of Shanghai
Script
Fred Guardineeer
Pencils
Fred Guardineer
Story Line
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Published June 1939 by DC
The Suicide of Major Duval, Part 2
Ed Winiarski
Ed Winiarski [as Win]
John Richard Flanagan
Count Guniff (villain)
"The Suicide of Major Duval, Part 2"
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Published June 1939 by DC

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Story Title
The Suicide of Major Duval, Part 2
Writer
Ed Winiarski
Interior Art
Ed Winiarski [as Win]
Cover Art
John Richard Flanagan
Character Appearances
Count Guniff (villain)
Storyline
"The Suicide of Major Duval, Part 2"

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Story Title
"Oboy -- It feels swell to sink my teeth into dis rubber..."
Script
Fred Schwab
Pencils
Fred Schwab
Story Line

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Story Title
The White Witch, Part 2
Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
George Newman
Story Line

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Story Title
"How many?" "Fill 'er up all th' way!"
Script
Jerry Siegel (signed)
Pencils
Joe Shuster (signed)
Story Line

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Story Title
"After cleaning up the outlaws, we find Jack once more on the trail..."
Script
Jim Chambers
Pencils
Jim Chambers
Story Line

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Story Title
Auctioneer Dossier
Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Don Lynch
Story Line

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Story Title
Captured By Col. Benback, Part 1
Script
Ed Winiarski
Pencils
Ed Winiarski
Story Line

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Story Title
"Far up the Sang Do River Tom Brent guides a small junk..."
Script
Jim Chambers
Pencils
Jim Chambers
Story Line

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"Skip Schuyler, ace man of the U.S. Army Intelligence Department, has been stationed..."
Script
Tom Hickey
Pencils
Tom Hickey
Story Line

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The Pirate Ship, Part 14
Script
Bob Kane
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

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Story Title
"Our two heroes of the United States fleet, Don Kerry and "Red" Murphy..."
Script
Fred Guardineer
Pencils
Fred Guardineer
Story Line
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Published July 1939 by DC
The Tarantula Strikes
Bert Christman [as Larry Dean] (signed); Gardner F. Fox (plot)
Bert Christman
Creig Flessel (signed)
The Sandman [Wesley Dodds] (introduction); Vivian Dale; The Tarantula [Mr. Crossart] (villain, introduction)
"The Tarantula Strikes" The Sandman comes up against a very crafty and dangerous adversary while investigating the kidnapping of a famed actress and subsequent demand for $500,000 ransom.
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Published July 1939 by DC

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Story Title
The Tarantula Strikes
Writer
Bert Christman [as Larry Dean] (signed); Gardner F. Fox (plot)
Interior Art
Bert Christman
Cover Art
Creig Flessel (signed)
Character Appearances
The Sandman [Wesley Dodds] (introduction); Vivian Dale; The Tarantula [Mr. Crossart] (villain, introduction)
Storyline
"The Tarantula Strikes" The Sandman comes up against a very crafty and dangerous adversary while investigating the kidnapping of a famed actress and subsequent demand for $500,000 ransom.

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Script
Fred Schwab
Pencils
Fred Schwab
Story Line

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Story Title
The Suicide of Major Duval: Part 3
Script
Ed Winiarski
Pencils
Ed Winiarski
Story Line

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Story Title
The Tarryville Counterfeiters
Script
Jerry Siegel (signed)
Pencils
Shuster Shop [as Joe Shuster] (signed); Paul Cassidy (see notes)
Story Line

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Story Title
Wolf Ruckson's Trap: Part 2
Script
Jim Chambers
Pencils
Jim Chambers
Story Line

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Story Title
Captured By Col. Benback: Part 2
Script
Ed Winiarski
Pencils
Ed Winiarski
Story Line

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Story Title
A Playboy In King Arthur's Court: Part 3
Script
Fred Schwab [as Stockton] (signed)
Pencils
Fred Schwab [as Stockton] (signed)
Story Line

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Slow Motion's Double
Script
Bart Tumey
Pencils
Bart Tumey
Story Line

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Story Title
The Flying Dutchman: Part 1
Script
Joseph Sulman [as Koppy] (signed)
Pencils
Joseph Sulman [as Koppy] (signed)
Story Line

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Story Title
The Kidnapping of Donna Carnochan
Script
Tom Hickey
Pencils
Tom Hickey
Story Line

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Story Title
The Pirate Ship: Conclusion
Script
Bob Kane
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

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Story Title
Taurus the Bull
Script
Bart Tumey
Pencils
Bart Tumey
Story Line
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Published August 1939 by DC
On the Waterfront
Bert Christman ? [as Larry Dean] (signed)
Bert Christman
Leo O'Mealia (signed)
The Sandman [Wesley Dodds]; Wing (Villain; Introduction); Janice Blue (Introduction)
"On the Waterfront" The Sandman rescues a girl reporter, snooping aboard a ship dealing in illegal narcotics, after she jumps overboard after witnessing a murder.
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Published August 1939 by DC

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Story Title
On the Waterfront
Writer
Bert Christman ? [as Larry Dean] (signed)
Interior Art
Bert Christman
Cover Art
Leo O'Mealia (signed)
Character Appearances
The Sandman [Wesley Dodds]; Wing (Villain; Introduction); Janice Blue (Introduction)
Storyline
"On the Waterfront" The Sandman rescues a girl reporter, snooping aboard a ship dealing in illegal narcotics, after she jumps overboard after witnessing a murder.

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Story Title
The Suicide of Major Duval: Part 4
Script
Ed Winiarski
Pencils
Ed Winiarski
Story Line

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Story Title
The Deadly Snowfall
Script
Jerry Siegel
Pencils
? (Shuster Shop)
Story Line

Other Story

Story Title
The Fiddler and the Bank Robbers: Part 1
Script
Jim Chambers
Pencils
Jim Chambers
Story Line

Other Story

Story Title
The Flying Dutchman: Part 2
Script
Joseph Sulman [as Koppy] (signed)
Pencils
Joseph Sulman [as Koppy] (signed)
Story Line

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Story Title
A Playboy in King Arthur's Court: Part 4
Script
Fred Schwab [as Stockton] (signed)
Pencils
Fred Schwab [as Stockton] (signed)
Story Line

Other Story

Story Title
Revolt of the Thugs: Part 1
Script
Ed Winiarski
Pencils
Ed Winiarski
Story Line

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Story Title
The Monsters of Sin Yen
Script
Bart Tumey
Pencils
Bart Tumey
Story Line

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Story Title
The Modern Rustlers
Script
Tom Hickey
Pencils
Tom Hickey
Story Line

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Story Title
The Menace of Chen Fu: Part 1
Script
Bob Kane
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

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Story Title
The Land of Thule [Part 3]
Script
Gardner F. Fox
Pencils
George Newman
Story Line
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Published September 1939 by DC
The Three Sandmen
Bert Christman ? [as Larry Dean] (signed)
Bert Christman
Creig Flessel ?; Chad Grothkopf ?
Sandman [Wesley Dodds](Origin details); Teeter Sneed (Villain; Intro; Death); Dr. Clyde Dunlap (Intro; form "The Three Sandmen" with Wes Dodds); Happy O'Shea (Intro; form "The Three Sandmen" with Wes Dodds); Steve Weber
"The Three Sandmen" Wes joins up with two of his former service buddies to discover if Teeter Sneed has a hand in the killing of several of their old chums and threatening to do the same to several others.
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Published September 1939 by DC

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Story Title
The Three Sandmen
Writer
Bert Christman ? [as Larry Dean] (signed)
Interior Art
Bert Christman
Cover Art
Creig Flessel ?; Chad Grothkopf ?
Character Appearances
Sandman [Wesley Dodds](Origin details); Teeter Sneed (Villain; Intro; Death); Dr. Clyde Dunlap (Intro; form "The Three Sandmen" with Wes Dodds); Happy O'Shea (Intro; form "The Three Sandmen" with Wes Dodds); Steve Weber
Storyline
"The Three Sandmen" Wes joins up with two of his former service buddies to discover if Teeter Sneed has a hand in the killing of several of their old chums and threatening to do the same to several others.

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Story Title
The Suicide of Major Duval: Part 5
Script
Ed Winiarski
Pencils
Ed Winiarski
Story Line

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Story Title
Cal Grant's Payroll Robbery
Script
Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Wayne Boring
Story Line

Other Story

Story Title
The Fiddler and the Bank Robbers: Part 2
Script
Jim Chambers
Pencils
Jim Chambers
Story Line

Other Story

Story Title
The Flying Dutchman: Part 3
Script
Joseph Sulman [as Koppy] (signed)
Pencils
Joseph Sulman [as Koppy] (signed)
Story Line

Other Story

Script
Bob Kane
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

Other Story

Story Title
Revolt of the Thugs: Part 2
Script
Ed Winiarski
Pencils
Ed Winiarski
Story Line

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Story Title
Admiral Cato's Underwater Base
Script
Bart Tumey
Pencils
Bart Tumey
Story Line

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Story Title
Kidnapping in the Orient
Script
Tom Hickey
Pencils
Tom Hickey
Story Line

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Story Title
The Menace of Chen Fu: Part 2
Script
Bob Kane
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

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Story Title
In the Pit of Dagan
Script
Gardner F. Fox
Pencils
Ogden Whitney
Story Line

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Script
Fred Schwab
Pencils
Fred Schwab
Story Line
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Published October 1939 by DC
Island Uprising
Bert Christman? [as Larry Dean] (signed)
Bert Christman
Fred Guardineer (signed)
The Sandman [Wesley Dodds]; Red Hatch (villain, introduction, death); Australia Nelson (introduction, a girl)
"Island Uprising" The Sandman rescues a girl from natives on an isle in the South Seas, then prevents the massacre of her father and his party.
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Published October 1939 by DC

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Story Title
Island Uprising
Writer
Bert Christman? [as Larry Dean] (signed)
Interior Art
Bert Christman
Cover Art
Fred Guardineer (signed)
Character Appearances
The Sandman [Wesley Dodds]; Red Hatch (villain, introduction, death); Australia Nelson (introduction, a girl)
Storyline
"Island Uprising" The Sandman rescues a girl from natives on an isle in the South Seas, then prevents the massacre of her father and his party.

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The Return of Fang Gow, Part 1
Script
Ed Winiarski
Pencils
Ed Winiarski
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The Deadly Cough Medicine
Script
Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Wayne Boring
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The Poor Fish
Script
Bob Kane
Pencils
Bob Kane
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Script
Fred Schwab
Pencils
Fred Schwab
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Story Title
The Flying Dutchman, Part 4
Script
Joseph Sulman [as Koppy] (signed)
Pencils
Joseph Sulman [as Koppy] (signed)
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A Playboy In King Arthur's Court, Part 5
Script
Fred Schwab [as Stockton] (signed)
Pencils
Fred Schwab [as Stockton] (signed)
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Count Ogrloff's Dangerous Game, Part 1
Script
Ed Winiarski
Pencils
Ed Winiarski
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The Devil's Physician
Script
Bart Tumey
Pencils
Bart Tumey
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The General's Daughter
Script
Tom Hickey
Pencils
Tom Hickey
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The Menace of Chen Fu, Part 3
Script
Bob Kane
Pencils
Bob Kane
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The Revolt of the Pirates
Script
Gardner F. Fox
Pencils
Ogden Whitney
Story Line
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Published November 1939 by DC
The Sandman Meets the Face
Gardner F. Fox [as Larry Dean] (signed)
Creig Flessel
Creig Flessel (signed)
The Sandman [Wesley Dodds]; The Face (villain, introduction, death); Frowser (introduction); Billy Winnslow (introduction, death)
"The Sandman Meets the Face" The near victim of an old-friend turned crook, Wes Dodds watches him shot dead by the Face, then changes to the Sandman to discover why the villain had it in for the young victim.
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Published November 1939 by DC

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Story Title
The Sandman Meets the Face
Writer
Gardner F. Fox [as Larry Dean] (signed)
Interior Art
Creig Flessel
Cover Art
Creig Flessel (signed)
Character Appearances
The Sandman [Wesley Dodds]; The Face (villain, introduction, death); Frowser (introduction); Billy Winnslow (introduction, death)
Storyline
"The Sandman Meets the Face" The near victim of an old-friend turned crook, Wes Dodds watches him shot dead by the Face, then changes to the Sandman to discover why the villain had it in for the young victim.

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Story Title
The Return of Fang Gow, Part 2
Script
Ed Winiarski
Pencils
Ed Winiarski
Story Line

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Script
Fred Schwab
Pencils
Fred Schwab
Story Line

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Story Title
Mr. Fletcher, Smuggler
Script
Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Mart Bailey
Story Line

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Story Title
The Two Mr. Rowes
Script
Joseph Sulman [as Koppy] (signed)
Pencils
Joseph Sulman [as Koppy] (signed)
Story Line

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Story Title
Count Ogrloff's Dangerous Game, Part 2
Script
Ed Winiarski
Pencils
Ed Winiarski
Story Line

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Story Title
Search For Captain Wade, Part 1
Script
Tom Hickey
Pencils
Tom Hickey
Story Line

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Story Title
The Menace of Chen Fu, Part 4
Script
Bob Kane
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

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Story Title
Alcatraz Al
Script
Bart Tumey
Pencils
Bart Tumey
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The Magnetic Peril
Script
Gardner F. Fox
Pencils
Ogden Whitney
Story Line
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Published December 1939 by DC
The Golden Gusher
Gardner F. Fox
Creig Flessel
Fred Guardineer
The Sandman [Wesley Dodds]; Gloria Gordon (villain, introduction); Rendle (villain, introduction); Doug Nye (introduction); Charley Jones (death)
"The Golden Gusher" A female singer is threatened to be kidnapped, but Sandman discovers she is in on the plot to do so in order to fleece an insurance company.
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Published December 1939 by DC

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Story Title
The Golden Gusher
Writer
Gardner F. Fox
Interior Art
Creig Flessel
Cover Art
Fred Guardineer
Character Appearances
The Sandman [Wesley Dodds]; Gloria Gordon (villain, introduction); Rendle (villain, introduction); Doug Nye (introduction); Charley Jones (death)
Storyline
"The Golden Gusher" A female singer is threatened to be kidnapped, but Sandman discovers she is in on the plot to do so in order to fleece an insurance company.

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Script
Bob Kane
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

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Story Title
Fang Gow Has Risen from the Grave, Part 1
Script
Ed Winiarski
Pencils
Ed Winiarski
Story Line

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Story Title
In Hollywood
Script
Bob Kane
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

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Story Title
Rutska the Racketeer
Script
Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Mart Bailey
Story Line

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Story Title
Odds Bodkins's Big Score
Script
Joseph Sulman [as Koppy] (signed)
Pencils
Joseph Sulman [as Koppy] (signed)
Story Line

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Story Title
The Cholera Crisis
Script
Ed Winiarski
Pencils
Ed Winiarski
Story Line

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Story Title
Search For Captain Wade, Part 2
Script
Tom Hickey
Pencils
Tom Hickey
Story Line

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Story Title
The Menace of Chen Fu, Part 5
Script
Bob Kane
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

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Story Title
Satan's Sister
Script
Bart Tumey
Pencils
Bart Tumey
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Rebellion!
Script
Gardner F. Fox
Pencils
Ogden Whitney
Story Line
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Published January 1940 by DC
The Sandman Meets with Murder
Gardner F. Fox
Ogden Whitney (signed)
Creig Flessel (signed)
The Sandman [Wesley Dodds] (origin details); The Coin [Dudley Jones](villain, introduction, death); Charley Hall (introduction, death); Dora Luftus Hall (introduction, death); Nora Luftus (introduction)
"The Sandman Meets with Murder" Wes Dodds finds his old roommate from college dead and his wife also dead in an adjoining room, but is surprised, as the Sandman, when a girl identical to his buddy's wife comes onto the murder scene. Further investigation reveals that a counterfeiting racket is in progress...a racket that he must stop.
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Published January 1940 by DC

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Story Title
The Sandman Meets with Murder
Writer
Gardner F. Fox
Interior Art
Ogden Whitney (signed)
Cover Art
Creig Flessel (signed)
Character Appearances
The Sandman [Wesley Dodds] (origin details); The Coin [Dudley Jones](villain, introduction, death); Charley Hall (introduction, death); Dora Luftus Hall (introduction, death); Nora Luftus (introduction)
Storyline
"The Sandman Meets with Murder" Wes Dodds finds his old roommate from college dead and his wife also dead in an adjoining room, but is surprised, as the Sandman, when a girl identical to his buddy's wife comes onto the murder scene. Further investigation reveals that a counterfeiting racket is in progress...a racket that he must stop.

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Story Title
Fang Gow Has Risen from the Grave, Part 2
Script
Ed Winiarski
Pencils
Ed Winiarski
Story Line

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Script
Bob Kane
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

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Story Title
The Crooked Stockbroker
Script
Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Mart Bailey
Story Line

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Story Title
The Heavyweight Championship Bout
Script
Joseph Sulman [as Koppy] (signed)
Pencils
Joseph Sulman [as Koppy] (signed)
Story Line
Socko Strong wins the heavyweight boxing title.

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Story Title
The Gold Plane Robberies, Part 1
Script
Ed Winiarski
Pencils
Ed Winiarski
Story Line

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Script
Fred Schwab [as Stockton] (signed)
Pencils
Fred Schwab [as Stockton] (signed)
Story Line

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Story Title
The Kidnapping of Linda Hale
Script
Tom Hickey
Pencils
Tom Hickey
Story Line

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Story Title
Mansion of Murder, Part 1
Script
Bill Finger ?
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

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Story Title
Educated Eddie
Script
Bart Tumey
Pencils
Bart Tumey
Story Line

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Story Title
In the Land of Sere
Script
Ogden Whitney
Pencils
Ogden Whitney
Story Line
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Published February 1940 by DC
Lady in Evening Clothes
Gardner F. Fox
Ogden Whitney (signed)
Creig Flessel
The Sandman [Wesley Dodds]; Dian Belmont [aka "Diana Ware"] (intro); District Attorney Belmont (Dian Belmont's father); Trigger Hunt (villain); Black Bill Trent (villain)
"Lady in Evening Clothes" Wes Dodds meets a mysterious "lady in evening clothes," who has been ordered to his home in order to rob his safe, and he is further mystified to discover she knows that he is the Sandman!
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Published February 1940 by DC

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Story Title
Lady in Evening Clothes
Writer
Gardner F. Fox
Interior Art
Ogden Whitney (signed)
Cover Art
Creig Flessel
Character Appearances
The Sandman [Wesley Dodds]; Dian Belmont [aka "Diana Ware"] (intro); District Attorney Belmont (Dian Belmont's father); Trigger Hunt (villain); Black Bill Trent (villain)
Storyline
"Lady in Evening Clothes" Wes Dodds meets a mysterious "lady in evening clothes," who has been ordered to his home in order to rob his safe, and he is further mystified to discover she knows that he is the Sandman!

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Story Title
The Phony LeGrand
Script
Ed Winiarski
Pencils
Ed Winiarski
Story Line

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Story Title
Anarchists At the Exposition
Script
Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Mart Bailey?
Story Line

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Story Title
Hassle In Hollywood, Part 1
Script
Al Sulman
Pencils
Joseph Sulman [as Koppy] (signed)
Story Line

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Story Title
The Gold Plane Robberies: Part 2
Script
Ed Winiarski
Pencils
Ed Winiarski
Story Line

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Script
Bob Kane
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

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Story Title
Revenge of the Drug Ring
Script
Jack Lehti
Pencils
Jack Lehti
Story Line

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Story Title
Mansion of Murder: Part 2
Script
Bill Finger?
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

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Story Title
Captain Skinner and the Gold Ship
Script
Bart Tumey
Pencils
Bart Tumey
Story Line

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Story Title
The First Ones
Script
Gardner F. Fox
Pencils
Ogden Whitney
Story Line
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Published March 1940 by DC
Origin of the Hour-Man
Ken Fitch
Bernard Baily (signed)
Bernard Baily (signed)
The Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Mr. Bannerman; Marcia Van Shelton; Mary Kennedy; Patsy; Randall (villain); John Kennedy (villain, reforms at end of story)
"Origin of the Hour-Man" Chemist Rex Tyler discovers a powerful chemical he calls "miraclo", and decides to put his new powers to work helping the oppressed. His first case involves the recovery of stolen pearls and the reforming of a would-be crook.
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Published March 1940 by DC

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Story Title
Origin of the Hour-Man
Writer
Ken Fitch
Interior Art
Bernard Baily (signed)
Cover Art
Bernard Baily (signed)
Character Appearances
The Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Mr. Bannerman; Marcia Van Shelton; Mary Kennedy; Patsy; Randall (villain); John Kennedy (villain, reforms at end of story)
Storyline
"Origin of the Hour-Man" Chemist Rex Tyler discovers a powerful chemical he calls "miraclo", and decides to put his new powers to work helping the oppressed. His first case involves the recovery of stolen pearls and the reforming of a would-be crook.

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Story Title
The Mind-Slave of Fang Gow
Script
Ed Winiarski
Pencils
Ed Winiarski
Story Line

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Script
Fred Schwab [as Stockton] (signed)
Pencils
Fred Schwab [as Stockton] (signed)
Story Line

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Story Title
Professor Dirk's Crime School
Script
Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Chad Grothkopf
Story Line

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Story Title
Death to the D.A.
Script
Gardner F. Fox
Pencils
Ogden Whitney
Story Line
Dian invites Wes to a party dressed as the Sandman, so he can try and get to the bottom of death threats being made against her father.

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Story Title
Hassle In Hollywood: Part 2
Script
Albert Sulman
Pencils
Joseph Sulman [as Koppy] (signed)
Story Line

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Script
Paul Gustavson
Pencils
Paul Gustavson
Story Line

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Story Title
Singapore Sal
Script
Jack Lehti
Pencils
Jack Lehti
Story Line

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Story Title
Mansion of Murder: Part 3
Script
Bill Finger
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

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Story Title
The Dope Smuggler's Double
Script
Bart Tumey
Pencils
Bart Tumey
Story Line

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Story Title
The Earth Passage
Script
Gardner F. Fox
Pencils
Ogden Whitney
Story Line
Cotton Carver returns to the surface of Earth.
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Published April 1940 by DC
The Disappearance of Dr. Drew
Ken Fitch
Bernard Baily (signed)
Sheldon Moldoff [as CR] (signed); Bernard Baily (Hourman inset)
The Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Dr. Drew (intro); Miss Drew (intro); un-named gang of crooks (villains, intro, some death)
"The Disappearance of Dr. Drew" Rex Tyler's 2nd client is a Miss Drew, who asks that he help locate her missing father, whom she believes has been kidnapped because of his creation of a super type of cold pill.
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Published April 1940 by DC

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Story Title
The Disappearance of Dr. Drew
Writer
Ken Fitch
Interior Art
Bernard Baily (signed)
Cover Art
Sheldon Moldoff [as CR] (signed); Bernard Baily (Hourman inset)
Character Appearances
The Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Dr. Drew (intro); Miss Drew (intro); un-named gang of crooks (villains, intro, some death)
Storyline
"The Disappearance of Dr. Drew" Rex Tyler's 2nd client is a Miss Drew, who asks that he help locate her missing father, whom she believes has been kidnapped because of his creation of a super type of cold pill.

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Story Title
Trap for Fang Gow
Script
Ed Winiarski
Pencils
Ed Winiarski
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Story Title
Crime of a Criminologist
Script
Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Chad Grothkopf
Story Line

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Story Title
Cold Cures and Crime
Script
Gardner F. Fox
Pencils
Chad Grothkopf
Story Line
The death of several assistants to a famed scientist, claiming to be able to cure the common cold, leads the Sandman into the fray to prevent criminals from exploiting that cure to their own financial advantage.

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Story Title
Mr. Krieger Vanishes
Script
Albert Sulman
Pencils
Joseph Sulman
Story Line

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The Tiger-Men
Script
Jack Lehti
Pencils
Jack Lehti
Story Line

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Story Title
Mansion of Murder, Part 4
Script
Bill Finger
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

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Story Title
On the Track of Serge Kano
Script
Bart Tumey
Pencils
Bart Tumey
Story Line

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At the Polar Zone
Script
Gardner F. Fox
Pencils
Jack Lehti
Story Line
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Published May 1940 by DC
The Dark Horse
Ken Fitch
Bernard Baily (signed)
Bernard Baily (signed)
The Hourman [Rex Tyler]; James Carren (introduction); Nick Bates (villain, introduction); Nick Bates' gang (villains, introduction)
"The Dark Horse" Rex Tyler's 3rd client, James Carren, has been told by a mobster that, unless he sells half interest in his race horse "Blue Bell", he and the horse will never see Kentucky again.
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Published May 1940 by DC

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Story Title
The Dark Horse
Writer
Ken Fitch
Interior Art
Bernard Baily (signed)
Cover Art
Bernard Baily (signed)
Character Appearances
The Hourman [Rex Tyler]; James Carren (introduction); Nick Bates (villain, introduction); Nick Bates' gang (villains, introduction)
Storyline
"The Dark Horse" Rex Tyler's 3rd client, James Carren, has been told by a mobster that, unless he sells half interest in his race horse "Blue Bell", he and the horse will never see Kentucky again.

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Story Title
Fang Gow and the Stolen Planes
Script
Ed Winiarski
Pencils
Ed Winiarski
Story Line

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Script
Fred Schwab [as Stockton] (signed)
Pencils
Fred Schwab [as Stockton] (signed)
Story Line

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Story Title
The Hot-Air Weapon
Script
Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Chad Grothkopf
Story Line

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Story Title
Tuffy and Limpy's Revenge Plot
Script
Gardner F. Fox
Pencils
Creig Flessel
Story Line
Sandman aids Dian by attempting to stop a pair of convicted felons, who have escaped from prison, from murdering her district attorney father who sent them up.

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Story Title
Boxing Glove Versus Fiddle
Script
Albert Sulman
Pencils
Joseph Sulman
Story Line

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Story Title
Spy of the South Seas
Script
Jack Lehti
Pencils
Jack Lehti
Story Line

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Story Title
Mansion of Murder, Part 5
Script
Bill Finger ?
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

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Story Title
Search for Captain Miles
Script
Bart Tumey
Pencils
Bart Tumey
Story Line

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Story Title
In the City of Glass
Script
Gardner F. Fox
Pencils
Jack Lehti
Story Line
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Published June 1940 by DC
The Wax-Double Killers
Ken Fitch
Bernard Baily (signed)
Creig Flessel (signed)
The Hourman [Rex Tyler]; an un-named mad scientist (villain, intro); Joe (villain); Mad-Dog Duncan (villain, animated wax figure, death); Alvin Kartis (villain, animated wax figure, death); Two Gun Carmody (villain, animated wax figure, death)
"The Wax-Double Killers" A crazed scientist has invented an artificial heart and plastick skin, which he uses to bring wax figures of three criminals to life to rob and kill.
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Published June 1940 by DC

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Story Title
The Wax-Double Killers
Writer
Ken Fitch
Interior Art
Bernard Baily (signed)
Cover Art
Creig Flessel (signed)
Character Appearances
The Hourman [Rex Tyler]; an un-named mad scientist (villain, intro); Joe (villain); Mad-Dog Duncan (villain, animated wax figure, death); Alvin Kartis (villain, animated wax figure, death); Two Gun Carmody (villain, animated wax figure, death)
Storyline
"The Wax-Double Killers" A crazed scientist has invented an artificial heart and plastick skin, which he uses to bring wax figures of three criminals to life to rob and kill.

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Story Title
The Thought Machine of Fang Gow
Script
Ed Winiarski
Pencils
Ed Winiarski
Story Line

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Story Title
The Return of Singapore Sal
Script
Jack Lehti
Pencils
Jack Lehti
Story Line

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Story Title
The Van Leew Emeralds
Script
Gardner F. Fox
Pencils
Creig Flessel
Story Line
While searching a mug for the missing Van Leew Emeralds, the Sandman discovers a curious pawn ticket. So he changes to Wesley Dodds, picks up Dian, and then changes back to continue the search for the emeralds AND to figure out the significance of that pawn ticket.

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Story Title
The Phony Trucking Business
Script
Albert Sulman
Pencils
Joseph Sulman
Story Line

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Story Title
The Nastonian Agent
Script
Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Chad Grothkopf
Story Line

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Story Title
Captain Coffin's Cutthroat Crew
Script
Bart Tumey
Pencils
Bart Tumey
Story Line

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Story Title
Mansion of Murder, Part 6
Script
Bill Finger ?
Pencils
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Story Line

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Story Title
At Grips with the Wolf Men
Script
Gardner F. Fox
Pencils
Jack Lehti
Story Line
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