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Manhunt! (1947) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Manhunt! (1947) 1

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    Cover art by Ogden Whitney. "The Avenging Axe" text story by Gardner Fox. "The Case of the Hobbyhorse Homicide," art by Paul Parker; Inspector Kirk must find out who killed Cecil Blake. "The Puzzle of the Picture," art by Ogden Whitney; Starr Flagg must stop enemy agents who plan to sell the Alaskan Defense Plans to another country. Untitled story, pencils by Fred Guardineer; The Prism Pirate has a prism that concentrates cosmic rays, which he uses to attack Space Patrol ships. "The Girl and the Gold," art by L. B. Cole; Tinpan and his partner Sourdough strike gold, but both are killed shortly afterward. Red Fox is assigned to find the killer. "The House on the Dotted Line," art by Fred Guardineer; James Fallon tracks down Lady Satan and her gang. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Manhunt! (1947) 2

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    Cover art by Ogden Whitney. "Dinner Date with Death" text story by Gardner F. Fox. "The Robbers of the Road," art by Ogden Whitney; Fallon stops a gang responsible for hijacking long-haul truck drivers. "The Fangs of Folly," art by L. B. Cole; Barbe Toutain comes to ask Red Fox to help find the spirit that is robbing her family's traps. "The Dagger of Death," art by Paul Parker; Walter Waverly is murdered during a seance and Inspector Kirk is called in to solve the case. "The Being in the Box," art by Fred Guardineer; A strange black box comes from outer space to take over the minds of everyone on Mars except for Space Ace and Jak Tal. "The Man Who Was Yesterday!", art by Ogden Whitney; Starr Flagg must rescue an atomic scientist who is captured by foreign agents. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Manhunt! (1947) 3

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    Cover art by Ogden Whitney. "Terror in the Sky" text story by Gardner F. Fox. "The Horror of the Hearse," art by Paul Parker; Inspector Kirk must stop Mendoza from taking his revenge on the last of the Sorollas family. "The Man With the Right Hand!", art by Ogden Whitney; Jim Fallon is called in when Homer Lawson is kidnapped. Untitled story, art by Fred Guardineer; Space Ace goes on a mission to locate the secret hideout of a band of space criminals. "The Saga of Shaggy," art by L. B. Cole; Red Fox saves Shaggy as a puppy from Umshluk. When grown, Shaggy helps Red Fox capture Umshluk when he goes rogue. "Jeopardy in Jade!", art by Ogden Whitney; Undercover Girl must find Ming Lee's ring which contains the formula for a device that will detonate atomic bombs over a hundred miles away. Funnyman comic book ad. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    Manhunt! (1947) 4

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    "Red Letter Day" text story by Gardner Fox. "The Secret of the Statue," art by Ogden Whitney; Undercover Girl must keep a statue with the location of uranium deposits from Russian agents. Untitled story, art by Fred Guardineer; Space Ace must catch the criminal that has stolen the Neverfade Emeralds. "The Faery and the Fireplace," art by Paul Parker; Sir Menkie is killed while in a locked room in the home of his hated rivals, the MacClaymores. "The Adventure of the Fur Robbers," art by L. B. Cole; Red Fox stops Raoul Metis from stealing Chief Cornstalk's tribes furs. "The Girl and the Gorilla," art by Ogden Whitney; Agent Fallon follows killer Mike Makle into the swamps to capture him. "The Talented Team That Created Superman ..." ad. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    Manhunt! (1947) 5

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    Cover art by Ogden Whitney. "Knife of a Thousand Cuts" text story by Gardner Fox. "Jeopardy in the Jungle," script by Gardner Fox, art by Ogden Whitney; Undercover Girl travels to the jungle to steal a formula from a scientist and a Russian spy. "The Man Who Fished for Men!" Kirk of Scotland Yard story, art by Paul Parker; A mad scientist is kidnapping people to experiment on to create a race of water-breathing humans. "The Adventure of the Invisible Pirates," script by Gardner Fox, art by Fred Guardineer; Jet Black and Jak Tal fake a fight, causing the Invisible Pirate gang to take Jak Tal into their confidence. "The Enemy Within!", script by Gardner Fox, art by Ogden Whitney; Agent Fallon infiltrates a communist cell trying to take over the maritime unions. "The Voice of the Petrel!" featuring The Red Fox of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, script by Gardner Fox, art by L. B. Cole; Martin Gander uses ventriloquism to convince the Eskimo natives that he is the god Petral and has them rob for him. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Manhunt! (1947) 6

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    Cover art by Ogden Whitney. "Maid in the Morgue" text story by Gardner Fox. "The School for Spies," art by Ogden Whitney; Fallon uncovers a hidden school for communist agents. "The Land of Lost Lumber," art by L B Cole; Red Fox helps a lumberjack stop a surveyor from stealing his claim. "The Men from Deep Space," art by Fred Guardineer; Space Ace and Jak Tal, with the help of a handshake-buzzer, defeat an alien invasion. "The Stone of the Dying Druid," art by Paul Parker; Eddie Bishop finds a cursed stone that compels him to commit robberies and murder. "The Mystery of the Stolen Secrets," art by Odgen Whitney; Starr Flagg must determine how Black Dan is unknowingly sending secrets to enemy spies. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    Manhunt! (1947) 7

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    Cover art by Paul Parker, Ogden Whitney, and L B Cole. "The Finger of Doom" text story by Gardner Fox. "Terror From the Tomb!", art by Ogden Whitney; Jim's friend Bill discovers a girl in the woods but is she really a vampire? "The Man with the Beast-like Face," art by Paul Parker; Inspector Kirk tracks down a werewolf in the streets of London. "Black Flower of Fear," art by L B Cole; Red Fox bets caught between the Latour family and Jim Traner who has been stealing their furs. "The Harp of Death!", art by Fred Guardineer; Space Ace and Jak Tal discover plants that are being used by the Bird-Men of Jupiter to kill their enemies. "The Riddle of the Radio Death," art by Ogden Whitney; A reporter is murdered seconds before he could go on the air with a scoop about a hostile foreign country. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    Manhunt! (1947) 8

    Cover art by Fred Guardineer. "Hand of the Dead" text story by Gardner F. Fox. "The Desert Devil," art by Fred Guardineer; Trail Colt rescues Chuck Bolton from the desert and helps him stop El Diablo and his gang. "The House That Hate Built," art by Ogden Whitney; When her friend Jim disappears into a mysterious house, Starr investigates and discovers the house hides a band of criminals and radio controlled atom bomb rockets, which could be used to destroy the cities of New York, Washington D.C., Chicago, and Detroit simultaneously! "The Fishing Boats that Failed!", art by L. B. Cole; Red Fox must determine who killed Greg Marken and has been stealing salmon from the boats of Barbara Frisco. "The Case of the Perfect Crime!", art by Paul Parker; Inspector Kirk must solve a murder on a train. Untitled story, art by Ogden Whitney; Grace breaks Bucker Haddon out of prison so the gang can recover their stolen loot and divide it up among themselves and split town. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #9
    Manhunt! (1947) 9

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    Cover art by Paul Parker. "The Quiet Shape of Death" text story by Gardner Fox. "The Case of the Curious Cards," art by Fred Guardineer; Stolen playing cards lead Trail Colt to a murderer. "The Fate of the Fortune Teller," art by Ogden Whitney; Inspector Fallon stops a gang of black mailing fortune tellers. "The Monster in the Mist!", art by Paul Parker; Inspector Kirk battles a monster made of fog. "The Terror of the Forest Trail!", art by L B Cole; Red Fox must find out who has been killing every doctor that comes to Barren Bay. "The Doom of Siva Dey!", art by Ogden Whitney; Siva Dey plans to use her power to animate stone to bring all the statues in India to life as her private army. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    Manhunt! (1947) 10

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    Cover art by Ogden Whitney. "Terror of the Totem" text story by Gardner Fox. "The Tombstone Curse!", pencils by Paul Parker, inks by Loprino; Two criminals torture Jim Lassiter for a map to a hidden cache of silver that is said to be cursed. "The Meeting at the Pyramids," art by Ogden Whitney; Undercover Girl must escort Sir Sexton to a meeting with Arabs. "The Little Man Who Wasn't There!", art by Paul Parker; Inspector Kirk must discover how the thief called "The Little Man Who Wasn't There" manages to pull off impossible thefts. "The Case of Betty Laurel," art by Ogden Whitney; A rich woman is kidnapped in an attempt to gain her money. "The Ledger That Told the Truth," art by Graham Ingels; The Duke exposes Fang's rackets on the waterfront. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    Manhunt! (1947) 11
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    Cover art by Paul Parker. "Eye of the Killer" text story by Gardner F. Fox. "The Robber of Rainbow Buttes!", art by Frank Frazetta; Trail Colt is sent to catch the stagecoach robber called "The Rainbow Robber." "The Trail of the Curious Pin," art by Ogden Whitney; Undercover Girl must find the pin that contains the message another spy was bringing her before she was captured by enemy agents. "The Most Expensive Swim in History," pencils by L. B. Cole; Red Fox stops spies from stealing a secret atomic formula. "The Three Unholy Terrors!", pencils by Ogden Whitney; Jim Fallon is sent to a small town who's one officer is overwhelmed by a gang of robbers. "Anubis, The Assassin!", pencils by Paul Parker; When Dr. Barnes is murdered, Inspector Kirk must determine if it was a standard murder or if the Doctor had accidentally summoned the Egyptian god Anubis. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #13
    Manhunt! (1947) 13
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    • Label #F584B6-010
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    (A-1 # 63). Cover pencils by Dick Ayers. "The Girl and the Gorilla," art by pencils by Ogden Whitney; Agent Fallon follows killer Mike Makle into the swamps to capture him; Reprinted from issue 4. "The Meeting at the Pyramids," art by Ogden Whitney; Undercover Girl must escort Sir Sexton to a meeting with Arabs; Reprinted from issue 10. "The Mad Hermit of Hag's Hollow," art by Paul Parker; Inspector Kirk battles a madman who has been killing anybody who enters the swamp; Reprinted from Trail Colt #2. "The Black Flower of Fear," art by L. B. Cole; Red Fox bets caught between the Latour family and Jim Traner who has been stealing their furs; Reprinted from issue #7. "The Rodeo Robbers," art by Frank Frazetta (as Fritz); Tim Colt joins a rodeo to track down a band of thieves; Reprinted from Trail Colt #2. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #14
    Manhunt! (1947) 14

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    (A-1 #77). Cover pencils by Dick Ayers, inks by Ernie Bache. "The Enemy Within," art by Ogden Whitney; Agent Fallon infiltrates a communist cell trying to take over the maritime unions; Reprinted from issue #5. "The Little Man Who Wasn't There," art by Paul Parker; Kirk pursues a thief who has perfected a shrinking formula; Reprinted from issue #10. "The Trail of the Curious Pin," art by Ogden Whitney; Undercover Girl must find the pin that contains the message another spy was bringing her before she was captured by enemy agents; Reprinted from issue #11. "The Terror of the Forest Trail," art by L. B. Cole; Red Fox must find out who has been killing every doctor that comes to Barren Bay; Reprinted from issue #9. "The Ledger That Told the Truth," pencils by Graham Ingels; The Duke exposes Fang's rackets on the waterfront; Reprinted from issue #9. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.