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Police Line-Up (1951) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Police Line-Up (1951) 1

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    Partial Wally Wood cover. (Wood also did the art for the interior front cover.) "This is the Lineup" (art by Mo Marcus and Rocco Mastroserio), "Killer," "Irene Schroeder," and "Greek-Fire to Flame-Thrower." A spanking panel is featured in "The Diamond of Death" (art by Allen Ulmer; this story is reprinted from Saint (1947 Avon) #5, and the hero's name has been changed to Mike Strong.) Cover price $0.10.

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    $250 Police Line-Up #1 (August 1951, Avon) CGC Graded (2.0), Only 12 Ever Graded!

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  • Issue #2
    Police Line-Up (1951) 2
    • Cover and centerfold detached at one staple. Water damage with rust migration.

    Art by Everett Raymond Kinstler, Mo Marcus, Rocco Mastroserio, Warren Kremer, and Bill Molno. Lurid pre-Code tales about mobsters, bank robbers and other bad guys and gals from the golden age of crime. Wilbur Underhill and his gang roam the back roads of Oklahoma during the 1920s and 1930s; The strange case of Corpse for Hire John Rance; Willie Bioff abuses labor unions to extort millions of dollars from movie studios in the 1920s-40s. Also featuring a noirish contents page illustrated by Everett Raymond Kinstler on the inside front cover. But perhaps the most amusing touch is the cover list of featured characters identified only by their prison numbers. Wilbur Underhill -- Maniac Killer!; Corpse for Hire; Willie Bioff & Co.; The Religious Murder Cult! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Police Line-Up (1951) 3

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    Art by Everett Raymond Kinstler, Joe Kubert, Mort Lawrence, Howard Larsen, and Gerald McCann. Painted cover by Renaldo Epworth, originally from Avon Murder Mystery #45. Lurid pre-Code tales about mobsters, bank robbers and other bad guys and gals from the golden age of crime. A murdered detective sets out to ID his killer before he dies; Leech McCoy has a yen for arson and a name like a Dick Tracy villain; No mere gun moll, Mae Crandall builds her gang of hoods into a ruthless mob and earns the name One Girl Crime Wave. Also featuring a grim contents page illustrated by Everett Raymond Kinstler on the inside front cover. But perhaps the most amusing touch is the cover list of featured characters identified only by their prison numbers. Killer at Large; The Unseen Murderer!; Louie Gruber Czar of the Underworld; Death Danced the Samba!; Mystery of the Headless Corpse!; Leech McCoy the Incendiary Killer! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    Police Line-Up (1951) 4

    Final issue of the series. Syd Shores art on interior front cover. "Toots Garboli and his Fight Racketeers," "George Krowl and the Big City Murder Mob" (art by Gerald McCann?), "Boss of the Death Gang" (art by Mike Becker/Vince Alascia), and "Donald Roberts...The Tough Guy" (art by Mo Marcus/Rocco Mastroserio). Two one page text stories, "Murder in the Kitchen!" and "Escape!" Cover price $0.10.