- The Firebrand: "The Revolt of General Muerte"
- Read Control from Dynamite Entertainment free on Graphite Comics!
- Jugheads Time Police (12222) #2
- Police Comics #110
- Magazines ended in 1953
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Remove from Cart. View My Cart - Checkout. Brenner; Dyce finds a way to contribute to the national defense from prison when Nazis threaten to recruit agents from within the prison.
Iger, art by Reed Crandall; The Firebrand vs. Untitled Phantom Lady story, art by Arthur Peddy; Sandra sees her father shot down in Congress by a Japanese agent, and learns that the Japanese are plotting to destroy the J.
The Firebrand: "The Revolt of General Muerte"
Steel Plant. Mike Fooch. The Runt.
The Swamp Monster. Iger, art by Lee J. Ames; Firebrand must battle a local hate group that is attempting to halt the activities of a U. Senator that promises to expose the group. Brenner; For all his success, gets sloppy and more inmates discover his true identity. Black Queen. Cover by Reed Crandall. Chameleon," script and art by Paul Gustavson; Roy's former chemistry teacher goes mad and invents an invisibility cloak and a disintegrating light gun. He attacks the Human Bomb as the Chameleon, and dies when he accidentally touches Roy's bare skin.
Eldas Thayer. Brenner; Dyce's carelessness ultimately leads to his demise at the hands of racketeer, Oscar Jones, who shoots and kills Midnight" starring the Spirit, script and art by Will Eisner.
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Jason" starring Chic Carter, script and art by Vernon Henkel. Brenner; , becoming more sloppy and allowing more and more inmates to discover his identity, faces racketeer Oscar Jones. Palyachi and Marka. Brenner; A solitary, pathetic figure, wandering the rainy streets in search of shelter, finds his way into a club where Professor Seezall Nozal is performing his tricks of the mind.
Cover by Jack Cole. Brenner; Destiny vs.
Jugheads Time Police (12222) #2
Oscar Jones. Frank N. Stein the Headless Man. The Combination and Mr.
Killer Kane. Brenner; Destiny discovers that his powers are more powerful than he first suspected; As he was sleeping, his trance-like mind also sensed a murder and he is transported to the home of Sherlock Doyle. However, Roy discovers that her Uncle is the one behind the "haunting" of the house, in order to prevent the purchase by his wife.
Eventually, the Manhunter solves the crime and Richard's suspension is commute. Homer Creep. Morger Boys. Sackville" starring the Manhunter, art by John Cassone. Cover art by Jack Cole. Plastic Man story, script and art by Jack Cole. Human Bomb story, script and art by Paul Gustavson. Destiny story.
Police Comics #110
Spirit story, script and art by Will Eisner. Flatfoot Burns story, script and art by Al Stahl. Phantom Lady story, art by Rudy Palais. The Murdering Rhymester starring Manhunter. Darson Twins. Prince von Kalm. Plastic Man and the Spirit teamed together on the cover. Sims has invented a serum that can keep the brain alive and needs but a test subject; Just then, two thugs come in with the body of a bullet-ridden gangster, who dies on the table.
The Eye Eisner. Flatfoot Burns story, art by Milt Stein. Blackmail and Blood starring Manhunter, art by Al Bryant. Flatfoot Burns story, script and art by Marvin Stein. Cover art by Al Bryant.
Magazines ended in 1953
Suicide Sanitarium starring Manhunter, art by Al Bryant. Burp the Twerp story, script and art by Jack Cole. Flatfoot Burns story, art by Marvin Stein. Tidewater, script and art by Will Eisner. Destiny Plays No Politics starring Destiny. Beware the Human Bomb, script and art by Paul Gustavson. Had the City Gone Mad? Manhunter story, art by Al Bryant.
Candy story, art by Harry Sahle. Hank Pinupo starring Candy, art by Harry Sahle. Who Put the Overalls In Mrs. Murphy's Chowder? Candy story, script and art by Harry Sahle. Two Tracks starring Manhunter, art by Al Bryant. Beck art? Bazaar Tonite starring Candy, script and art by Harry Sahle.
Beck and Pete Costanza. Cole front cover. I'm Guilty! Spirit story, pencils by Lou Fine. Manhunter story. Spirit story.
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Plastic Man Protects Crookdom? Flatfoot Burns story, art by Al Stahl. Spirit story, script by Bill Woolfolk, pencils by Lou Fine. Disgrace starring Manhunter, art by Al Bryant. Dollar Bin Codeword. Date This week Last week Past month 2 months 3 months 6 months 1 year 2 years Pre Pre Pre Pre Pre s s s s s s Search Advanced. Previous Next Issue: 1 51 Issue 1.