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  • Issue #1
    Police Comics (1941) 1

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    First appearance of Plastic Man. Cover by Gill Fox. "Introducing the Firebrand," script by S. M. Iger, art by Reed Crandall; Firebrand's break-up of a window washer's racket leads him to bigger fish, who are attempting to steal a fortune in diamonds. "The Origin of #711," script and art by George E. Brenner; Dan agrees to take the rap for a soon-to-be-father, who agrees to give himself up to the law after seeing his newborn and wife; But when he is killed in an accident, prisoner #711 decides to remain behind bars and fight crime from there, in this case against Slick Panzer, who has swindled a widow out of $250,000. "The Attack of Ali Harid," script and art by Witmer Williams (as Clark Williams); Evans and Snap head to Cyranis to photograph enemy movements and activity, but when they return with photos for the general, they are arrested for violating a treaty with Ali Harid. "The Legend of the Black Baron," script and art by Vernon Henkel; When Curtis Randall decides to change his will and give away his entire art collection, he is seemingly murdered by a suit of armor belonging to one of his ancestors. Intro of Plastic Man in "The Origin of Plastic Man," script and art by Jack Cole; While escaping from a crime scene, Eel O'Brian has a vat of acid dumped on his head, giving him the ability to stretch his body; Eel decides he doesn't want to be a criminal anymore and uses his newly found powers to capture his former partners in crime. "The Redemption of Steele Kerrigan," art by Al Bryant. Intro and origin of the Phantom Lady in "The Coming of the Phantom Lady," art by Arthur Peddy; The Phantom Lady rescues a kidnapped scientist who has developed a uranium explosive. Intro of the Human Bomb in "The Origin of the Human Bomb," script and art by Paul Gustavson (as Paul Carroll). "Vengeance" text story featuring Dick Mace, script by Robert M. Hyatt. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Police Comics (1941) 2

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    Second appearance of Plastic Man. Cover by Gill Fox. "The Revolt of General Muerte," script by S. M. Iger, art by Reed Crandall; Slugger and Firebrand parachute into the Caribbean nation of Libertad, single-handedly tracking and stopping a coup by General Muerte. "The Retribution On Looey Lutz," script and art by George E. Brenner; Daniel learns of many criminal plots from new convicts while in prison and he uses that information in order to take down an existing gang, and to clear the name of another unjustly convicted fellow inmate. "The Mosquito Boat Raids" starring Eagle Evans, art by Clark Williams. "Tamara - Marked For Murder," script and art by Vernon Henkel; Chic Carter is on board a luxury liner heading for South America, and he runs afoul of a murder plot in which he becomes the prime suspect. "Duelling the Dope Smugglers," script and art by Jack Cole; Plastic Man joins the Police. "The Hijacker" starring Steele Kerrigan, art by Al Bryant. "The Hogan Brothers," script and art by Fred Guardineer; The Mouthpiece (Bill Perkins) vs. The Hogan Brothers. "The Kidnapped Ambassador," art by Arthur Peddy; The Phantom Lady foils a plot by the large Eastern nation of Kioland to gain control over its smaller neighbor Herma by tricking it into declaring war on the United States. "Presenting Burp the Twerp," script and art by Jack Cole (as Ralph Johns); one-page story. "Evil on Calona Island" starring The Human Bomb, script and art by Paul Gustavson; Roy gathers up what notes he can from his father's lab and brings them to Major Adams at the War Department; Once again, however, Roy is attacked for his father's secret formula. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Police Comics (1941) 3

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    Cover pencils by Gill Fox, inks by Will Eisner. "Boss Slaine, Traitor," script by S. M. Iger, art by Reed Crandall; The Firebrand (Rod Reilly) vs. Boss Slaine. Rock Gatty's Impossible Killing #711, script and art by George E. Brenner; #711 (Daniel Dyce) vs. Rock Gatty. "The Double Agent" starring Eagle Evans, art by Clark Williams. "The Hand of Biro," script and art by Vernon Henkel; Chic Carter and Gay Nolan are trapped in a private hospital being run by a maniac. "The Pinball Racket," script and art by Jack Cole; Captain Murphey expects Plastic Man to solve at least one case per month or lose his badge, so Plas succeeds in stopping a pinball machine racket started by one Baldy Bushwack. "The Motorcycle Cop Murder" starring Steele Kerrigan, art by Al Bryant. "The Escape of Fatso Dowd" starring The Mouthpiece, script and art by Fred Guardineer. "The Mouthpiece"; Bill Perkins vs. Fatso Dowd. "Pearls of Peril" text story starring Dick Mace, script by Robert M. Hyatt. "Framed For Kidnapping," art by Arthur Peddy; The Phantom Lady rescues her fiancé, Don Borden, from spies trying to get defense secrets from him. "Gangway, Crime!" one-page Burp the Twerp story, script and art by Jack Cole. "The Purple Mist," script and art by Paul Gustavson (as Paul Carrol); Roy is called away from Jean's side to the White House, where the President asks Roy to oversee a new lab; While doing this, Roy happens to see a note mentioning a deadly purple mist; When the Human Bomb flushes out the spy behind the mist, he discovers the man to have a pair of purple glasses... glasses which, when worn, reveal Nazi assassins hiding within the mists. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    Police Comics (1941) 4

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    Cover by Gill Fox. "Her Strasse's Sea Island Spy Ring," script by S. M. Iger, art by Reed Crandall; Rod Firebrand develops a combat bomber capable of taking off and landing with only 50 yards of airstrip available; The Nazis attempt to steal the plane. "The Van Dern Pearls" starring #711, script and art by George E. Brenner; Daniel learns of a plot to snatch the Van Dern pearls. "Defending the Dartmoor" starring Eagle Evans, art by Clark Williams. "Dr. Scratch of Demon Hill," script and art by Vernon Henkel; Dr. Scratch is trying to build an electronic brain, using the actual brains of famous scientists; Chic Carter tackles this eerie case. "Crime School For Delinquent Girls," script and art by Jack Cole; Plastic Man goes up against Madam Brawn's Crime School for Delinquent Girls, which leads a campaign to take over the protection racket in Windy City. "McGaw's Proposition" starring Steele Kerrigan, art by Al Bryant. "The Flash Photo Fixers" starring The Mouthpiece, script and art by Fred Guardineer. "The Goof" text story starring Dick Mace. "The Dirigible of Doom," art by Arthur Peddy; The Phantom Lady rescues Don and an ambassador from a dirigible on which some Nazis had planted a bomb. "The Safety Pin Stealer" one-page story starring Burp the Twerp, script and art by Jack Cole. "The U-Boat Battle" starring The Human Bomb, script and art by Paul Gustavson; Roy "The Human Bomb" Lincoln invents a substance that is used to take down a Nazi vessel. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    Police Comics (1941) 5

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    Cover by Gill Fox. "Framed By Axis Agents" starring Firebrand, script by S. M. Iger, art by Reed Crandall. "The Brick Bat," script and art by George E. Brenner; Prisoner #711 (Daniel Dyce) meets his first masked foe, The Brick Bat, who forced a scientist to create a lethal brick which released a deadly gas upon impact. "Azores Adventure" starring Eagle Evans, art by Clark Williams. "The Gambling Syndicate of Tony Fancy," script and art by Vernon Henkel; Chic Carter breaks up a gambling racket in order to rescue a fellow newsman, who sees through his Sword disguise. "The Return of Madam Brawn," script and art by Jack Cole; The cigar-chomping Brawn returns unrepentant, and during a battle, Gassin Gert uses her gas gun and Brawn falls on a spike and dies... but not before Plastic Man revealed his secret identity to her. "Dr. Burgess's Diamond Theft" starring Steele Kerrigan, art by Al Bryant. "The Madness of Professor Snook," script and art by Fred Guardineer; The Mouthpiece has to track down a gang of brutal thugs, headed by Professor Snook, who took a plunge over a castle wall rather than be captured. "Ortega the Saboteur," art by Arthur Peddy; The Phantom Lady stops a spy from stealing a plane and getting away with valuable information. "The Phony Murder of Col. Stanford" starring The Human Bomb, script and art by Paul Gustavson (as Paul Carrol). 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Police Comics (1941) 6

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    Cover by Gill Fox. "Dr. Kruger's Hospital Horror" starring The Firebrand, script by S. M. Iger, art by Reed Crandall; While volunteering at the American Red Cross, Joan discovers that Dr. Kruger has poisoned the blood banks. "The Chikka Chipps Contract," script and art by George E. Brenner; #711 decides to protect the life of one of his inside informants who had testified against a local mob boss. "Captain Gruber's Sky Wolves" starring Eagle Evans, art by Clark Williams. "Veda the Cobra Woman" starring Chic Carter, script and art by Vernon Henkel; Peter Kane's new step mother is a Hindu snake dancer with poison lips. "Case of the Disembodied Hands," script and art by Jack Cole; Chubby Rankin was cursed by an Indian prince and his hands became capable of detaching themselves from their owner's body; He couldn't stop them from stealing, and eventually cut them off; Plastic Man throws them into a furnace to set the man free. "They Stole the Commissioner's Car!" starring Steele Kerrigan, art by Al Bryant. "Grud, Fifth Columnist," script and art by Fred Guardineer; The Mouthpiece (Bill Perkins) vs. Grud. "Blood Will Tell" text story starring Dick Mace, script by Robert Hyatt. "The Autogiro Spies" starring Phantom Lady, art by Arthur Peddy; Senator Knight and Sandra discover that Don is being held in his apartment by enemy spies for the State Department papers they believe he has or has access to. "Defeating the Drought" one-page story starring Burp the Twerp, script and art by Jack Cole. "The Black Vanguards" starring The Human Bomb, script and art by Paul Gustavson (as Paul Carrol). 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    Police Comics (1941) 7

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    Cover by Gill Fox. "The Rescue of Sir Fallon Farnsworth," script by S. M. Iger, art by Reed Crandall; Joan and Slugger are kidnapped by a group of Nazi spies who are after Rod's British friend, Sir Falcon Farnsworth. "The Escape Racket of Drippy Drew," script and art by George E. Brenner; #711 manages to stop a large scale prison break from within, but his cover was nearly blown after meeting with the prison warden. "It Started In a Chinese Laundry" starring Eagle Evans, art by Clark Williams. "Death Walks In Littletown," script and art by Vernon Henkel; Dressed in a monk's robe and carrying a noose, the Hangman goes on a murderous rampage. "The United Crooks of America" starring Plastic Man, script and art by Jack Cole; Patrick "Eel" O'Brian infiltrates the United Crooks of America by stealing some furs; But one wiseguy opposed Eel's joining when he noticed that all of O'Brien's other gang buddies wound up in jail. "The Plot of Big Dorf Snyder" starring Steele Kerrigan, art by Al Bryant. "The Kid Brother" starring The Mouthpiece, script and art by Fred Guardineer. "Wings Over the Moon" text story starring Dick Mace, script by Robert Hyatt. "Murder At the Anglican Embassy," art by Arthur Peddy; The Phantom Lady, present when a member of the Anglican Purchasing Commission (dressed in a lion tamer's costume) is murdered, sees a fleeing felon carrying a briefcase. "The World's Strongest Man" one-page story starring Burp the Twerp, script and art by Jack Cole. "The Phony Human Bomb," script and art by Paul Gustavson (as Paul Carrol); Roy is forced to reveal his true identity as the Human Bomb to a young newspaper boy who then helps him track down the whereabouts of a phony Human Bomb. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    Police Comics (1941) 8

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    Cover by Gill Fox. "Firebrand Joins the Navy," script by S. M. Iger, art by Reed Crandall; Rod and Slugger join the U.S. Navy Reserve and were assigned duty aboard the destroyer "Russell," and their mission was to escort a British vessel safely across the ocean. "The Van Deth Brothers," script and art by Fred Guardineer; The Mouthpiece catches up with the Van Deth Brothers in the act of disposing of a body, and, in the ensuing chase, Skul dies after tumbling from a rooftop. "The Plane Hijacking Scheme" starring Eagle Evans, art by Clark Williams. "The Jewelry Store Frameup" starring Steele Kerrigan, script and art by Al Bryant. "The Origin of Manhunter," script by Tex Blaisdell, art by Alex Kotzky; When Dan's girlfriend's brother is wrongly accused of murder, he becomes the Manhunter to straighten things out. "The Sinister Eight Ball," script and art by Jack Cole; Plastic Man stops Professor McSneer's invention, the Eight Ball, which is a rolling destructive machine that attracts precious metals. "The Light of the Orient" starring Chic Carter, script and art by Vernon Henkel; Murderous doings around an old Chinese jewel. "The Education of Butcher Bowes," script and art by George E. Brenner; #711 (Daniel Dyce) vs. Butcher Bowes. "Seven Strokes of Doom" text story by Dick Mace. "Chaos In Cuba" starring Phantom Lady, art by Arthur Peddy; Don and Sandra travel to Cuba to investigate subversive activities of European tourists. "Gigolo Jones" one-page story starring Burp the Twerp, script and art by Jack Cole. "Smashing the Submarine" starring The Human Bomb, script and art by Paul Gustavson (as Paul Carrol). 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #9
    Police Comics (1941) 9

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    Cover by Gill Fox. "Satan's Son Sells Out To the Japs," script and art by Jack Cole; Hairy Arms is a gang leader who served the Axis Powers, and when his gang found out about that, they defied him and sought help from Eel O'Brien; Plastic Man follows up with fellow officer Plotz, then learns that Arms has kidnapped a boy and is manufacturing an army of robots. "Mission To Moscow" starring Eagle Evans, script and art by Clark Williams. "The Horse Killers" starring Steele Kerrigan, art by Al Bryant. "Bat Barron's Prison Murder Plot" starring #711, script and art by George E. Brenner; Dyce finds a way to contribute to the national defense from prison when Nazis threaten to recruit agents from within the prison. "Death In Hangman's Alley," art by Alex Kotzky; A trio of freaks secretly observe and aid Manhunter on a case. "The Butler Did It!," script by S. M. Iger, art by Reed Crandall; The Firebrand vs. Nazis. "The Rum Runner's Racket" starring Chic Carter, script and art by Vernon Henkel. 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. M. Steel Plant. "Doom Train" text story starring Dick Mace. "Mike Fooch, Czar of Crime," script and art by Fred Guardineer; The Mouthpiece (Bill Perkins) vs. Mike Fooch. "The Murder Movie" one-page story starring Burp the Twerp, script and art by Jack Cole. "Adventure In Argentina," script and art by Paul Gustavson (as Paul Carroll); The Human Bomb tracks down a group of Nazis who had seized an aluminum mine in Argentina. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    Police Comics (1941) 10

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    Cover by Gill Fox. "The Cyclop Caper," script and art by Jack Cole; Plastic Man gets help stopping a gang from Omar of the Western Union, but Omar keeps messing up. "The Axis Prison Breakout" starring #711, script and art by George E. Brenner. "The Air Race Menace" starring Eagle Evans, art by Clark Williams. "Rogan's Gambling Racket" starring Steele Kerrigan, art by Al Bryant. "The Voodoo Queen," art by Alex Kotzky; When the Voodoo Queen casts a spell upon a tycoon, Officer Richards is the first on the scene, and, as Manhunter, tracks the villains to their cemetery lair, and, after a brief battle, left it ablaze. "Adventure In Argentina, Part 2," script and art by Paul Gustavson (as Paul Carrol); After winning back the aluminum mine from the Nazis in Argentina, The Human Bomb decides to remain in country to battle more Nazi rats. "The Case of the Black Raven" starring Chic Carter, script and art by Vernon Henkel; A rip off of The Maltese Falcon. "The Civilian Defense Scandal," art by Arthur Peddy; When Senator Knight refuses to allow an investigation of extortion in the U.S. offices of Civilian Defense as a lack of confidence in our Capitol, the Phantom Lady decides to unofficially conduct such an investigation. "Murder in the Pines" text story starring Dick Mace. "Big Joe Gobul and Moko" starring The Mouthpiece, art by Fred Guardineer; Scout Don Conroy accidently hears a big time crook call an associate named Moko to meet him at Southard Park in order to turn over stolen plans for a new cannon. "Terry the Terrible" one-page Burp the Twerp story, script and art by Jack Cole. "Captives In Cairo" starring Firebrand, script by S. M. Iger, art by Reed Crandall. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    Police Comics (1941) 11
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    Cover by Gill Fox. "The Brain of Cyrus Smythe" starring Plastic Man, script and art by Jack Cole; Cyrus Smythe was a super-powered villain who was killed in 1642 by a monster of his own creation, and left in a vat of chemicals that allowed his body to die but the brain to remain alive. "The Runt's Revenge," script and art by George E. Brenner; #711 (Daniel Dyce) vs. The Runt. "The Flute of Destruction," script and art by Paul Gustavson (as Paul Carrol); The Human Bomb faces his first costumed super villain who is a master of physics and who plays a destructive flute. "The Tire Thieves" starring Steele Kerrigan, art by Al Bryant. "The Laughing Gas Crimes," art by Alex Kotzky; Professor Hooker invents a laughing gas that is stolen by his lab assistant; Soon, Manhunter is on the trail and he discovers the antidote to the gas: onions! "Killer Kane" one-page Burp the Twerp story, script and art by Jack Cole. "The Origin of the Spirit," script and art by Will Eisner; The Spirit vs. Dr. Cobra. "The Monster of the Swamps," script and art by Vernon Henkel; Chic Carter vs. The Swamp Monster. "The White Gardenias," script by S. M. Iger, art by Lee J. Ames; Firebrand must battle a local hate group that is attempting to halt the activities of a U.S. Senator that promises to expose the group. "The Murder of Malcom Munsey" starring The Mouthpiece, script and art by Fred Guardineer. "The Spy Ring Murder," art by Arthur Peddy: The Phantom Lady vs. Nazis. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #12
    Police Comics (1941) 12
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    Cover by Gill Fox. "The Sinister Swami," script and art by Jack Cole; Looie puts out a reward for the murder of Plastic Man and The Swami decides to accept the offer; However, he discovers that his super-powers were hindered by the very existence of Plastic Man. "Carl Von Spunk's Pottery Plot," script and art by George E. Brenner; For all his success, #711 gets sloppy and more inmates discover his true identity. "Fifth Column Hospital" starring Firebrand, script by S. M. Iger, art by Reed Crandall. "The Theft of the Montague Diamond" starring Steele Kerrigan, art by Al Bryant. "Peril In a Candy Factory" starring the Manhunter, art by Jim Mooney. "The Black Queen," script and art by Will Eisner; the Spirit (Denny Colt) vs. Black Queen. "Burp Tries To Enlist" one-page Burp the Twerp story, script and art by Jack Cole. "The Tank Factory Sabotage," art by Arthur Peddy; Sandra and her father head out to the testing grounds to witness new U.S. tanks in their preliminary testing, and are shocked to see the tanks literally falling apart; Sandra then decides to go undercover as a new factory worker in order to discover why this is happening. "Captain Blackwolf's Crew of Corpses" starring Chic Carter, script and art by Vernon Henkel. "Message From Allah" text story starring Dick Mace. "The Waterfront Monster," script and art by Fred Guardineer; The Mouthpiece vs. Underwaterman. The Liebestraum Code, script and art by Paul Gustavson (as Paul Carrol); The Human Bombs origin retold. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #13
    Police Comics (1941) 13

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    Cover by Reed Crandall. "Presenting the Man Who Can't Be Harmed," script and art by Jack Cole; When Woozy saves the life of Zambi the Soothsayer, little did he realize that he'd be rewarded with invulnerability and immunity to pain; He becomes partners with Eel O'Brien, but Plastic Man talks Woozy into turning himself in. "The Man Who Killed Deek Dakin" starring #711 (Daniel Dyce), script and art by George E. Brenner. "Machine Gun Clarkson" starring Steele Kerrigan, art by Al Bryant. "The Alaskan Caper" one-page story starring Burp the Twerp, script and art by Jack Cole. "Johnny Marston" starring The Spirit, script and art by Will Eisner. "The Phony Phantom Lady," art by Arthur Peddy; The authorities begin a search for the Phantom Lady, who was seen blowing up a neutral foreign consul building. "The Living Dead of Skull Valley," script and art by Paul Gustavson; When The Human Bomb travels to Skull Valley to take on the Living Dead, he discovers them to actually be Nazis, so he drops them with a paralyzing gas. "The Human Bomber," script and art by Fred Guardineer. "The Theater Murder," art by Alex Kotzky; The Manhunter faces a costumed foe named Samson, who is not only a strongman, but a murderer as well. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #14
    Police Comics (1941) 14

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    Cover by Gill Fox. "Oh, Plastic Man!," script and art by Jack Cole; Woozy and Plastic Man set out to capture Eel O'Brian, but, in the end, Plas convinces Officer Murphey to releasing Woozy into his custody. "The Mark of the Cobra" starring the Manhunter pencils by Vernon Henkel; The producer at the opera is bumped off by a poisonous spring needle in his opera seat; The evil masked Cobra, and his pet King (which manages to tag Manhunter), turn to leave when Thor charges them and is shot by the Cobra's men. "Mr. 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. One-page Burp The Twerp story, script and art by Jack Cole. "Eldas Thayer," script and art by Will Eisner; The Spirit vs. Eldas Thayer. "The Escape of Goon McGirk," script and art by George E. Brenner; Dyce's carelessness ultimately leads to his demise at the hands of racketeer, Oscar Jones, who shoots and kills #711. "Who Killed Jed Hathaway?" text story starring Dick Mace. "Enter Julio" starring Chic Carter, art by Vernon Henkel. "The West Point Incident," art by Joe Kubert; Phantom Lady must stop a group of foreign agents, who are lacing soldiers' stew at West Point with Mickey Finns. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #15
    Police Comics (1941) 15

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    Cover by Gill Fox. "The Weather Weapon" starring Plastic Man, script and art by Jack Cole; Boreas, the north wind, is "controlled" by a machine in the possession of Don Snitzel and some Fifth Columnists in order control the weather; The wind is useless on Woozy, who shrugged off all attacks. "The Slaughter Symphony," The Manhunter gets the goat of Sergeant Clancy when he rounds up the murderous maestro Orsky. "Introducing Hustace Throckmorton," script and art by Paul Gustavson; After giving Hustace Throckmorton an emergency blood transfusion, Roy notices that the little man now exhibits powers similar to the Human Bomb... except he has explosive feet, not hands! "Mr. Midnight" starring the Spirit, script and art by Will Eisner. "The Vengeance of Dr. Jason" starring Chic Carter, script and art by Vernon Henkel. "Vulture Smith" text story starring Dick Mace. "Crossword Puzzle Duel" one-page Burp the Twerp story, script and art by Jack Cole. "The Death of 711," script and art by George E. Brenner; 711, becoming more sloppy and allowing more and more inmates to discover his identity, faces racketeer Oscar Jones. "The School For Spies!" starring Phantom Lady, art by Joe Kubert; Melinda is taken prisoner by Torpe, a foreign spy. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #16
    Police Comics (1941) 16

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    Cover by Gill Fox. "The Revenge of Chief Great Warrior," script and art by Jack Cole; Plastic Man and Woozy go undercover on the Blackfoot Indian reservation to squash an uprising led by Chief Great Warrior, who had the mystical ability to project himself through reflective surfaces. "Wanted: Thor, Manhunter's Dog, Dead Or Alive," Thor takes center stage when some crooks begin using an identical dog to do their killing; When the same crooks caught the Manhunter, Thor saved him from certain doom and put down the rival canine. "Palyachi the Killer Clown," script and art by Will Eisner; The Spirit vs. Palyachi and Marka. "Jitterbug Jeopardy" starring The Human Bomb, script and art by Paul Gustavson; Hustace causes a furor when one of his shoes flies off and his explosive foot powers are unleashed. "The Strange Case of Professor Tomorrow" starring Chic Carter, script and art by Vernon Henkel. "Saving the Dam" one-page story starring Burp the Twerp, script and art by Jack Cole. "The Coming of Destiny" starring Destiny (origin) and #711, script and art by George E. 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. "The Mystery of the Opera House Robberies!," art by Joe Kubert; Phantom Lady decides to investigate the theft of a wealthy lady's diamond necklace at the opera and discovers several of the actors were in on the caper. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #17
    Police Comics (1941) 17

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    Cover by Jack Cole. "Murder In Maniac Mansion," script and art by Jack Cole; Plastic Man and Woozy go to a haunted mansion to solve a murder mystery. "Red-Haired Kate," The Manhunter runs into a killer vamp who carries a whip. "Have You Seen Him?," art by George E. Brenner; Destiny vs. Oscar Jones. "The Black Widow" one-page Burp the Twerp story, script and art by Jack Cole. "The Orphans" starring The Spirit, script and art by Will Eisner. "Mystery of the Black Cat!" starring The Phantom Lady, art by Frank Borth; Sandra is reading Edgar Allan Poe's classic "Black Cat" to some dinner guests when the cry of a cat is heard outside, and when one of the guests investigates, he is killed and lies on the ground with claw marks on his face. "The Voice From the Grave," script and art by Vernon Henkel. "The Madman" text story by Dick Mace. "Olaf Olson and Lars Larson," script and art by Paul Gustavson; When newspapermen Olson and Larson get a picture of Roy Lincoln donning the uniform of the Human Bomb, Hustace decides to throw the newsmen off the trail by pretending he was the Human Bomb and destroying property with his powers. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #18
    Police Comics (1941) 18

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    Cover by Jack Cole. "The Drafting of Plastic Man," script and art by Jack Cole; Plastic Man had been deferred from civil service during the war because Captain Murphey needed him more on the home front; However, President Roosevelt requisitions Plas's services for the FBI. "A Night of Murders" starring the Manhunter. "Burp Gets a New Body" one-page story starring Burp the Twerp, script and art by Jack Cole. "The Headless Man," art by George Brenner; Destiny vs. Frank N. Stein (the Headless Man). "Gang Warfare," script and art by Will Eisner; The Spirit vs. The Combination and Mr. Gaunt. "Golden Egg!" starring the Phantom Lady, art by Frank Borth; An Easter egg hunt on the grounds of Senator Knight's home; But Sandra smells a rat when one of the eggs collected ticks. "The Man From Nowhere," script and art by Vernon Henkel; Chic Carter vs. Killer Kane. "No Firing Squad For Juan" text story starring Dick Mace. "The Three Mosquitoes" starring The Human Bomb, script and art by Paul Gustavson; Jean gets the inventive bug and has an engineer create a dynamite-propelled rocket car. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #19
    Police Comics (1941) 19

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    Cover by Jack Cole. "The Forest of Fear," script and art by Jack Cole; Plastic Mans first assignment as a G-Man takes him north to the Hadley Lumber Company, which was for sale... but whose lumbermen were turning up dead left and right; Further investigation revealed a boneyard in the forest which was protected by killer trees. "The Haunted House" starring The Spirit, script and art by Will Eisner. "The Sherlock Doyle Story," art by George E. 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. "Here Lies Manhunter," A masked blackmailer named Sexton, disguised as a Policeman, is taken down by Manhunter. "Murder On the High Seas," art by Frank Borth; Sandra, Don, Jake and Heidi head out on Jake's new runabout named "The Fire-Eater," and while Sandra is aquaplaning, another boat comes alongside and attempts to kill her. "Sabotage" text story starring Dick Mace. "Flatfoot Burns Is Heading This Way," script and art by Al Stahl. "Aunt Sofie's Haunted House" starring The Human Bomb, script and art by Paul Gustavson; Roy decides to help Jean's Aunt Sophie, fearing that she has purchased a haunted house. However, Roy discovers that her Uncle is the one behind the "haunting" of the house, in order to prevent the purchase by his wife. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #20
    Police Comics (1941) 20

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    Cover by Jack Cole. "Woozy Winks Detective Agency," script and art by Jack Cole; Cole writes himself into the story as a stuttering dweeb: a dream tale in which the heroes are knocked out by an explosion; Then Woozy instructs Cole to draw the faces of crooks Abba and Dabba for a "wanted" poster while Plastic Man dreams of Woozy Winks and Jack Cole teaming up to stop the two villains. "The Case of the Kidnapped Corpse;" When a jeweler on his beat is murdered, Richards is suspended from his job. Eventually, the Manhunter solves the crime and Richard's suspension is commute. "Flatfoot's Substitute" starring Flatfoot Burns, script and art by Al Stahl. "Ogre Goran" starring The Spirit, script and art by Will Eisner. "Enter: The Raven," art by Frank Borth; After three attempts being made on Senator Knight's life, Phantom Lady decides to find out, once and for all, who is behind these attempts. "Curtain of Death" text story by Dick Mace. "The Three-Man Perfect Crime" starring Destiny. "The Ferry Boat's Tale" starring The Human Bomb, script and art by Paul Gustavson. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #21
    Police Comics (1941) 21

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    Cover by Jack Cole. "The Menace of Serpina," script and art by Jack Cole; Plastic Man and Woozy take on Madame Serpina. "The Blue Room of Blandings Castle" starring the Manhunter, art by John Cassone. "Phantom Lady Vs. the Spider Widow," art by Frank Borth; Phantom Lady gets a letter from Spider Widow, informing her that she is challenging her to a duel to see who is the most capable crime fighter. "Oriental Agents," script and art by Will Eisner; The Spirit vs. Homer Creep. "Prof. Snap Gadget" starring Flatfoot Burns, script and art by Al Stahl. "Burp's Super Hearing" one-page story starring Burp the Twerp, script and art by Jack Cole. "The Apaches" starring Destiny. "Temple of Doom" text story by Dick Mace. "Introducing the Bombadiers" starring The Human Bomb, script and art by Paul Gustavson (as Paul Carrol); Roy Lincoln and two other fellows are turned down from joining the United States Army, so they all attempt to get to Tokyo to fight the Japanese. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #22
    Police Comics (1941) 22

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    Cover by Jack Cole. "The Eyes Have It!," script and art by Jack Cole; Chief Branner denies Plastic Man the right to help a little mute boy named Bright Eyes, who is being held prisoner by his own disfigured father, The Sphinx, who used the boy's persuasive eyes to get away with murder. "The Morger Boys," script and art by Will Eisner; The Spirit vs. Morger Boys. "The Dog and the Bombardier," script and art by Paul Gustavson; The Human Bomb and the Bombadiers journey to Japanese-occupied China, where they busted up another nest of Japanese and free another prisoner. "Dr. Sackville" starring the Manhunter, art by John Cassone. "On the Beach" one-page Burp the Twerp story, script and art by Jack Cole. "The Spanish Treasure Map;" Destiny is twice transported to Death Valley, where he finds himself amid the discovery of a hidden treasure. "Curtain of Death" text story starring Dick Mace. "Submarine Sabotage;" Senator Knight and other officials are taking a maiden voyage in the new super submarine, and invite Phantom Lady to go with them. "Termite of Terror" starring Flatfoot Burns, script and art by Al Stahl. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #23
    Police Comics (1941) 23

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    Cover art by Jack Cole. Plastic Man story, script and art by Jack Cole. Human Bomb story, script and art by Paul Gustavson. Burp the Twerp story, script and art by Jack Cole (as Ralph Johns). Destiny story. 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. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #24
    Police Comics (1941) 24
    • 5" Cumulative spine split. Cover detached.

    Cover by Jack Cole. "The Hundred Plastic Men," script and art by Jack Cole; Woozy briefly gains Plas's powers while a weird doctor creates his own Plastic Men out of reclaimed rubber, controlling them with robotics. "The Kidnapping of Ebony" starring The Spirit, script and art by Will Eisner. "Murder At the Daily Bugle" starring Destiny. "The Amnesiac," art by John Cassone; Manhunter begins working closely with the Police Department and is given special access to their files. "Strong Man For Hire" one-page Burp the Twerp story, script and art by Jack Cole (as Ralph Johns). "Sabotage" text story Dick Mace. "Blackout Burglary" Flatfoot Burns, art by Harvey Kurtzman. "Hearts and Sluggers," art by Mort Leav; The Human Bomb helps Hustace win back his girlfriend, by pitting the weakling against his rival, a boxer. 60 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #25
    Police Comics (1941) 25

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    Cover by Jack Cole. "The Rare Edition Murders," script and art by Jack Cole; Plastic Man must figure out why people are killing to obtain an old book and must find a way to defeat Number Seven, a disfigured WW1 vet who wielded a gun that shot liquid fire. "The Victory Garden" starring Flatfoot Burns, art by Harvey Kurtzman. "The Darson Twins," art by Jack Keller; Destiny vs. Darson Twins. "Joining the Scouts" one-page Burp the Twerp story, script by Jack Cole (as Ralph Johns). "Dr. Prince Von Kalm," script and art by Will Eisner; The Spirit starring Dr. Prince von Kalm. "The Lock-Solving Liquid" starring The Human Bomb, art by Mort Leav. "Cut Him Off" text story by Dick Mace. "Unfair To Organized Crime," art by Reed Crandall; Rocks Hannigan calls for a convention of crooks in Beach City and their aim is to rub out Manhunter and his dog. 60 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #26
    Police Comics (1941) 26

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    Cover by Jack Cole. "Body, Mind and Soul," script and art by Jack Cole; Chief Branner discovers that Plastic Man is actually a wanted felon, and Plastic Man is ready to submit and do his time; However, the Chief finds him too valuable of asset to the force and gives him an assignment to prove himself by bringing in three wanted crooks. "The Framed Gorilla" starring Flatfoot Burns, art by Harvey Kurtzman. "The Picture Murders" starring Destiny. "The Ghostmaster" starring the Manhunter, art by Al Bryant; A vaudeville performer billed as the Ghostmaster, a great make-up artist, a master of the quick change, and able to bring the dead to life, is bitter when vaudeville died. "Ten Who Never Came Back" text story by Dick Mace. "Patch-Eye the Perilous," art by Mort Leav; The Human Bomb encounters a super-villain named Patch-Eye, an evil genius roboticist. "Fighting the Front" one-page story starring Burp the Twerp, script and art by Jack Cole. "The Death Dolls," script and art by Will Eisner; The Spirit vs. Yagor. 60 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #27
    Police Comics (1941) 27
    • Cover detached. Centerfold detached.
    • Cover and centerfold detached and re-adhered with tape. Tape on interior cover and throughout interior.

    Plastic Man and the Spirit teamed together on the cover. Plastic Man (art by Jack Cole), Flatfoot Burns, Destiny, Manhunter in "The Man Who Died Twice," the Human Bomb, and the Spirit (by Will Eisner). Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #28
    Police Comics (1941) 28

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    Cover by Jack Cole. "Plastic Man -The Movie," script and art by Jack Cole; Now in his post with the FBI, Plastic Man goes to Hollywood to consult on a film being made about him. "Dewey Drip," art by John Devlin. "Tables Turned On Murder" starring Destiny. "The Case of the Cluttered Clues" starring Flatfoot Burns, art by Milt Stein. "Radio Station WLXK" starring the Spirit, script and art by Will Eisner. "Chinatown Spectre" text story starring Dick Mace. "The Mortgage Melodrama" starring The Human Bomb, art by Mort Leav. "Just One Wish" one-page story starring Burp the Twerp, script and art by Jack Cole. "Blue Coats Don't Turn Back Bullets;" When Officer Richards brings in a local gangster, the court remands the felon's little brother Tommy to Richard's custody; But Tommy has no intention of going straight, and instead betrays Richards to his brother's gang when he discovers him to be Manhunter. 60 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #29
    Police Comics (1941) 29
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    • Paper: Off white
    • Slab: Minor side edge cracks
    • Label #0754049010

    Cover by Jack Cole. "Death in Derlin's Castle," script and art by Jack Cole; Plastic Man investigates the murder of a treasury agent. "The Curse of Cain;" Destiny, with many experiences under his belt, begins to use his power more proactively to prevent the murders to which he is drawn. "The Crime Crumpler" starring Flatfoot Burns, art by Milt Stein. "The Deathless Brain of Tony Conroy" starring the Manhunter; Dr. 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. "Death Fog" text story starring Dick Mace. "The Nefarious Nola" starring The Human Bomb, art by Mort Leav; For better or worse, Hustace becomes Roy's assistant in the new Lincoln-Throckmorton Laboratory. "Sloozy Slime" one-page story starring Burp the Twerp, script and art by Jack Cole. "The Silk District Beat" starring The Spirit, script and art by Will Eisner. 60 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #30
    Police Comics (1941) 30

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    Cover by Jack Cole. "Blinky Winks and Gooie Louie," script and art by Jack Cole; Plastic Man and Woozy visit Woozy's Uncle Blinky's farm in the countryside town of Hay Hollow. "Crooks Steal Vampire State Building" starring Flatfoot Burns, art by Milt Stein. "Werewolf of Warsaw;" Destiny's trance power transports him to Nazi-occupied Poland, where he tussles with a werewolf. "Captured by the Underworld" starring The Spirit, script and art by Will Eisner. "Red Doom" text story starring Dick Mace. "Thar He Blows!" starring The Human Bomb, art by Mort Leav; Roy becomes very concerned when Hustace becomes involved with a would-be vampire lady. "The Court of Bad Will" one-page story starring Burp the Twerp, script and art by Jack Cole. "Sounds In the Silent Night;" Manhunter vs. The Eye Eisner. 60 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #31
    Police Comics (1941) 31

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    Cover art by Jack Cole. Plastic Man story, script and art by Jack Cole. Destiny story. Flatfoot Burns story, art by Milt Stein. Blackmail and Blood starring Manhunter, art by Al Bryant. Stand By For Action starring Human Bomb, script and art by Paul Gustavson. Super Dog House starring Burp the Twerp, script and art by Jack Cole. Spirit story, script and art by Will Eisner. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #32
    Police Comics (1941) 32

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    Cover art by Jack Cole. Plastic Man story, script and art by Jack Cole. Flatfoot Burns story, script and art by Marvin Stein. Destiny story. Spirit story, script and art by Will Eisner. Often a Bomb, Never a Dud starring Human Bomb, script and art by Paul Gustavson. Burp the Twerp story, script and art by Jack Cole (as Ralph Johns). The Giggling Corpse starring Manhunter, art by Al Bryant. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #33
    Police Comics (1941) 33
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    • INCOMPLETE. First wrap missing. Interrupts art and staple.

    Cover art by Al Bryant. Plastic Man story, script and art by Jack Cole. Destiny story. Flatfoot Burns story, script and art by Marvin Stein. The Corpse of Mistaken Identity starring Manhunter, art by Al Bryant. He Really Crashes the Party starring Human Bomb, script and art by Paul Gustavson. Burp the Twerp story, script and art by Jack Cole (as Ralph Johns). Spirit story, script and art by Will Eisner. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #34
    Police Comics (1941) 34

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    Cover art by Al Bryant. Plastic Man story, script and art by Jack Cole. Suicide Sanitarium starring Manhunter, art by Al Bryant. Burp the Twerp story, script and art by Jack Cole. Wanted Dead Or Alive starring Spirit, script and art by Will Eisner. Flatfoot Burns story, art by Marvin Stein. Destiny story. Human Bomb story, script and art by Paul Gustavson. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #35
    Police Comics (1941) 35

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    Cover by Jack Cole. "The Confession of Froggy Fink," script and art by Jack Cole; Plastic Man goes through a lot of hoops to get Froggy Fink to confess to the murder of Dr. Mayhem. "Can Destiny Be Trapped?;" When criminals began to discover the modus operandi of Destiny, mob boss Tools threatens to kill one of his own men, and, sure enough, Destiny walks into a trap. "Wanted: Klever Klaus" starring Flatfoot Burns, script and art by Milt Stein. "Sandor, the Terrorizing Taxidermist" starring Manhunter, art by Al Bryant. "Dream Gold?" text story starring Dick Mace. "Lucille's Robots," art by Paul Gustavson; Roy meets a pretty young inventor, who has invented a robot that looks just like the Human Bomb. "Burp's Proposal" one-page story starring Burp the Twerp, script and art by Jack Cole. "The Genius" starring The Spirit and P.S. Tidewater, script and art by Will Eisner. 60 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #36
    Police Comics (1941) 36
    • 2 3/4" Cumulative spine split. Cover and centerfold detached.

    Cover art by Jack Cole. Dr. Brann's Health Farm starring Plastic Man, script and art by Jack Cole. Flatfoot Burns story, script and art by Marvin Stein. Destiny Plays No Politics starring Destiny. Spirit story, script and art by Will Eisner. Beware the Human Bomb, script and art by Paul Gustavson. Burp the Twerp story, script and art by Jack Cole (as Ralph Johns). Had the City Gone Mad? starring Manhunter. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #37
    Police Comics (1941) 37
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    • INCOMPLETE. Pages missing. Interrupts art and story. Wrap at centerfold detached.

    Cover art by Jack Cole. Love Comes To Woozy starring Plastic Man, script and art by Jack Cole. Manhunter story, art by Al Bryant. Burp the Twerp story, script and art by Jack Cole. Candy story, art by Harry Sahle. Human Bomb story, script and art by Paul Gustavson. Flatfoot Burns story, art by Marvin Stein. Spirit story, script and art by Will Eisner. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #38
    Police Comics (1941) 38

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    Cover art by Jack Cole. Plastic Man story, script and art by Jack Cole. On the Air starring Flatfoot Burns, art by Janice Valleau (Ginger). Human Bomb story, script and art by Paul Gustavson. Hank Pinupo starring Candy, art by Harry Sahle. Manhunter story, art by Al Bryant. Burp the Twerp story, script and art by Jack Cole (as Ralph Johns). Spirit story, script and art by Will Eisner. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #39
    Police Comics (1941) 39

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    Cover by Jack Cole. "His Lordship Woozy Winks," script and art by Jack Cole; Plastic Man and Woozy travel to the British Island of Bladau when they believed that Woozy was the beneficiary of his dead uncle, Jeffrey Winks; Woozy stands to inherit the title of "Earl" and a million dollars a year. "Portrait of Murder" starring the Manhunter, script by Joe Millard, pencils by Pete Riss; A picture comes to life and commits murder. Beaver Burp one-page story starring Burp the Twerp, script and art by Jack Cole (as Ralph Johns). "Pancho De Bool and Peppi Tamale" starring The Spirit, script and art by Will Eisner; Homer Creep gets married to Peppi Tamale. "Murder At Stacy's Department Store" starring Flatfoot Burns, art by Janice Valleau (as Ginger). "The First Illusion" text story starring Dick Mace. "Hustace and the Butcher Boys" starring the Human Bomb, script and art by Paul Gustavson; Throckmorton gets himself thrown in jail with the Butcher Boys, who talk him into helping them escape. "The Springtime of Love" starring Candy O'Connor, script and art by Harry Sahle. 60 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #40
    Police Comics (1941) 40
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    • INCOMPLETE. Centerfold, 4th, and 25th pages missing. Interrupts art and story. 4" cumulative spine split. Tape on spine.

    Cover art by Jack Cole. Who Put the Overalls In Mrs. Murphy's Chowder? starring Plastic Man, script and art by Jack Cole. Music Hath Charms starring Manhunter, art by Al Bryant. Burp the Twerp story, script and art by Jack Cole. Candy story, art by Harry Sahle. The Hand of Justice starring Human Bomb, script and art by Paul Gustavson. Flatfoot Burns story, script and art by Al Stahl. Spirit story, script and art by Will Eisner. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #41
    Police Comics (1941) 41
    • Centerfold detached.

    Cover art by Jack Cole. Plastic Man story, script and art by Jack Cole. Rollo the Hypnotist starring Flatfoot Burns, script and art by Al Stahl. Human Bomb story, script and art by Paul Gustavson. Candy story, script and art by Harry Sahle. The Port of Missing Goods starring Manhunter, art by Al Bryant. Burp the Twerp story, script and art by Jack Cole. Spirit story, script and art by Will Eisner. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #42
    Police Comics (1941) 42

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    Cover art by Jack Cole. Plastic Man story, script and art by Jack Cole. Candy story, script and art by Harry Sahle. Human Bomb story, script and art by Paul Gustavson. Two Tracks starring Manhunter, art by Al Bryant. Burp the Twerp story, script and art by Jack Cole. Lizzie Dizzie's Hat Shoppe starring Flatfoot Burns, script and pencils by Al Stahl, inks by Janice Valleau (Ginger). Spirit story, script by Will Eisner, art by Will Eisner and Lou Fine. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #43
    Police Comics (1941) 43

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    Plastic Man by Jack Cole; Candy by Sahle; the Human Bomb by Paul Gustavson; Flatfoot Burns by Al Stahl; and Manhunter. Spirit reprint by Will Eisner/Lou Fine. Captain Tootsie (Tootsie Roll) back cover ad, "Captain Tootsie Battles Monster Man!" (C.C. Beck art?). Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #44
    Police Comics (1941) 44

    Cover art by Jack Cole. Plastic Man story, script and art by Jack Cole. Manhunter story, art by Al Bryant. Burp the Twerp story, script and art by Jack Cole. Bazaar Tonite starring Candy, script and art by Harry Sahle. Human Bomb story, script and art by Paul Gustavson. Flatfoot Burns, script and pencils by Al Stahl, inks by Janice Valleau (Ginger). Spirit story, script by Manly Wade Wellman, pencils by Lou Fine. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #45
    Police Comics (1941) 45

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    Cover art by Jack Cole. Plastic Man story, script and art by Jack Cole. Flatfoot Burns, script and pencils by Al Stahl, inks by Janice Valleau (Ginger). Human Bomb story, script and art by Paul Gustavson. Candy story, script and art by Harry Sahle. The Tailor's Dummy starring Manhunter, art by Al Bryant. Burp the Twerp story, script and art by Jack Cole (as Ralph Johns). Keep Out starring Spirit, script by Bill Woolfolk, pencils by Lou Fine. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #46
    Police Comics (1941) 46

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    Plastic Man (by Jack Cole), Candy, the Human Bomb (art by Gustavson?), the Spirit (art by Lou Fine), Flatfoot Burns, and Manhunter. Back cover Tootsie Roll ad, "Captain Tootsie and the Human Hand Grenade" by C.C. Beck and Pete Costanza. Cole front cover. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #47
    Police Comics (1941) 47
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    Cover art by Jack Cole. Plastic Man story, script and art by Jack Cole. Flatfoot Burns story, script and art by Al Stahl. Human Bomb story, script and art by Paul Gustavson. Candy story, script and art by Harry Sahle. Burp the Twerp story, script and art by Jack Cole. I'm Guilty! starring Manhunter, art by Al Bryant. Spirit story, pencils by Lou Fine. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #48
    Police Comics (1941) 48

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    Cover art by Jack Cole. City of the Future starring Plastic Man, script and art by Jack Cole. Manhunter story, art by Al Bryant. Burp the Twerp story, script and art by Jack Cole. Candy story, script and art by Harry Sahle. Human Bomb story, script and art by Paul Gustavson. Prominent Detective Enters Society starring Flatfoot Burns, script and art by Al Stahl. The Spirit Ain't Fair to Ebony starring Spirit, script by Bill Woolfolk, pencils by Lou Fine. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #49
    Police Comics (1941) 49

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    Cover art by Jack Cole. Plastic Man story, script and art by Jack Cole. Flatfoot Burns story, script and art by Al Stahl. Human Bomb story, script and art by Paul Gustavson. Candy story, script and art by Harry Sahle. Manhunter story. Burp the Twerp story, script and art by Jack Cole. Spirit story. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #50
    Police Comics (1941) 50
    • Centerfold detached at one staple, pieces of tape along spine.

    Cover art by Jack Cole. Plastic Man Protects Crookdom?, script and art by Jack Cole. Candy story, art by Harry Sahle. Flatfoot Burns story, art by Al Stahl. Spirit story, script by Bill Woolfolk, pencils by Lou Fine. Burp the Twerp story, script and art by Jack Cole. Human Bomb story, script and art by Paul Gustavson. Disgrace starring Manhunter, art by Al Bryant. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.