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Justice Traps the Guilty
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SourceThis book was scanned from a copy in the JVJ Archive.
NotesThere is more information about this book at the bottom of the page
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PublicationNovember 1951 | Price: 0.10 USD | Pages: 1 | Frequency: monthly
NotesStein art per Nick Caputo. Previous indexer credited Jack Kirby on pencils.
 
CreditsPencils: Marvin Stein | Inks: Marvin Stein | Letters: Ben Oda
ContentGenre: Crime
NotesStein art per Nick Caputo. Previous indexer credited Jack Kirby on pencils.
 
Comic StoryShoplifting Syndicate! [The Full Confession of Macia Douglas!] (10 pages)
SynopsisOrdinary factory worker Marcia Douglas cannot resist the temptation to shop lift a purse, but she gets force recruited to join a sydicate of thieves who teach her new skills. In an ironic twist, she employs these skills to bring the syndicate to justice.
CreditsPencils: Marvin Stein?; Bruno Premiani? | Inks: Marvin Stein?; Bruno Premiani? | Letters: Ben Oda
ContentGenre: Crime
NotesStein art per Nick Caputo. Previous indexer credited Jack Kirby on pencils. Premiani art credits per Ger Apeldoorn.
 
Comic StoryThe Deadliest Game! (6 pages)
SynopsisPaul Stafford, a dirty ex-lawyer perjures himself to get crime boss Joe Morgan acquitted of a murder rap...for a fee. When Morgan stiffs Stanford on the money, it sets Stafford in search for revenge, which includes murdering Morgan, and taking his place as crime boss. Stafford is too smart for his own good, and finds that he becomes victim of his own wicked schemes.
ContentGenre: Crime
 
PSADon't Gamble With Fire - The Odds Are Against You! (1 page)
SynopsisA story warning children against playing with matches, and the penalties for turning in false alarms for house fires.
 
Text StoryKnockout Punch (1 page)
FeaturingThe Guilty Always Leave a Clue
CreditsLetters: typeset
ContentGenre: Crime
 
Comic StoryUnderworld Banker! (7 pages)
SynopsisCrooked banker Larry Nash keeps his faithful assistant Joe Aveson under his thumb, but one day, his cruel treatment of his employee has its price.
CreditsPencils: Rudy Palais
ContentGenre: Crime
NotesPalais credit seconded by Ger Apeldoorn (July 2013).
 
Text Story"Id Martin, 30, of Kansas, was broke and out of work..." (1 page)
Synopsissix paragraph-long stories of how crime doesn't pay
FeaturingCloseups
CreditsLetters: typeset
ContentGenre: Crime
 
Comic StoryA Very Careful Guy! (7 pages)
SynopsisWhitey Draper was a crook with steely nerves and a sensible head. When forced by his peers to do a bank job, Whitey keeps his head when things go badly. This, unfortunately, doesn't save him from the long reach of the law.
CreditsPencils: Mort Meskin | Inks: Mort Meskin?; George Roussos?
ContentGenre: Crime
NotesRoussos credit from Ger Apeldoorn (July 2013).
 
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