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March of Crime (1950 Fox) comic books

  • Issue #2
    March of Crime (1950 Fox) 2

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    Art by Wally Wood and A. C. Hollingsworth. Yet another pre-Code crime comic from Fox Feature Syndicate, inspired by true-crime tales. A broken match leads police to killer Rufe Butterfield; A bank robber returns to the same bank 10 months later, heedless of the waiting police; Wilbur Underhill was a bank robber and Depression-era outlaw in Oklahoma, sometimes called Mad Dog or The Tri-State Terror. Rufe Butterfield: The Case of the Phantom; Crime in Reverse; The Killer was Proud; Wilber Underhill: Dead on Arrival; Oren Miklos the Executioner. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    March of Crime (1950 Fox) 3

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    Art by Rudy Palais and others. Yet another pre-Code crime comic from Fox Feature Syndicate, inspired by true-crime tales. George Kelly, aka Machine Gun Kelly, kidnaps oil tycoon Charles Urschel for a $200,000 ransom; Depression-era bank robber Pretty Boy Floyd becomes an unlikely folk hero; Johnny Socks Lazia rises to be the supreme gang boss in Kansas City of the late 1920s. George Kelly the Machine Gun Kid; Pretty Boy Floyd; A Pattern for Murder; Johnny Socks Lazia. Final issue of the series; this issue was actually published after issues #7 and #2. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    March of Crime (1950 Fox) 7

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    Art by Wally Wood and A. C. Hollingsworth. Cover by L. B. Cole. Yet another pre-Code crime comic from Fox Feature Syndicate, inspired by true-crime tales. Numbering continues from My Love Affair (1949) #6; followed by issue #2. Sometimes listed as March of Crime #1. Si Reddy and Arnie Walsh set up a business as killers for hire; Leonard Scarnici kills for money or just for fun; Marty Durkin's desire for a bigger slice of the Prohibition pie leads to a gangland massacre. Trigger-Men by Trade; Leonard Scarnici Psychopathic Killer: He Killed Because He Loved It; Death Stalks the Dawn; Marty Durkin Killer at Large. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.