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Parole Breakers (1951) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Parole Breakers (1951) 1
    • Coupon cut from back cover, 2" spine split from bottom of comic, centerfold detached at one staple.

    Art by John Rosenberger, Michael Becker, Ed Goldfarb, and Allen Ulmer. Erroneously listed as #2 in indicia. Stories about mobsters, bank robbers and other bad guys and gals from the golden age of crime. The violent career and demise of gangster Jakie Orgen; Gun-crazy Helen Willis finds her calling as a gang moll; Frank Nash was called the most successful bank robber in U.S. history, until the day of the Kansas City Massacre. Also featuring a noirish contents page illustrated by John Rosenberger on the inside front cover. Helen Willis Gun-Crazy Gang Moll; Little Jakie Orgen--The Two-Gun Terror; Frank Nash Brains of the Underworld!; Mike Strong Swings an Election. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Parole Breakers (1951) 2

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    Art by Everett Raymond Kinstler, Michael Becker, Vince Alascia, and Joe Kubert. Stories about mobsters, bank robbers and other bad guys and gals from the golden age of crime. A trucker is robbed and decides crime is more profitable; Juanita Spinelli trains young men to be criminals, earning the nickname The Duchess; The gang called The Flatheads commits the first armored car robbery. Featuring a painted cover reprinted from Avon mystery paperback #114. Also featuring a contents page illustrated by Everett Raymond Kinstler on the inside front cover. Marion Gilmore: Queen of the Waterfront Gangs; Vinnie Sherwood: The Racket King; The Fiddler of Death; She Murdered for Money; Juanita Spinelli: Duchess of Crime; Pete Loris and the Flathead Gang. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Parole Breakers (1951) 3

    Final issue of the series. Everett Raymond Kinstler cover. "Hatchet-Man of Crime," "Joey Rindone & the Brown Shirt Gang" (pencils by Edwin Goldfarb, inks by Bob Baer), "Hired Gunmen," and "Clarence 'Gunny' Smith." Two one page text stories, "A Genious -- for Murder!" and "Death by Firelight." Inside front cover art by Syd Shores. Cover price $0.10.