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    Detective Comics #15

    Detective Comics » Detective Comics #15 - The Mystery of the Darby Pearls released by DC Comics on May 1938.

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    The Mystery of the Darby Pearls last edited by KillerZ on 01/04/23 09:34AM View full history

    Stories:

    1. Speed Saunders - The Mystery Of The Darby Pearls

    2. Oscar The Gumshoe

    3. Buck Marshall Range Detectives - Heels and Toes

    4. Larry Steele - The Plot To Kill Larry Steele: Part 1

    5. Bruce Nelson - Too Many Crooks: Part 2

    6. Lightning Strikes Once by Paul Dean (text)

    7. Spy - Mr. Death

    8. Bring 'Em In Brannigan

    9. Cosmo, The Phantom of Disguise - The Plane Crash Mystery

    10. Slam Bradley - The Lady-Killer

    11. Ruth Harkness: Her Adventures In The Far East

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    Honestly, it's the best issue of detective comics so far, I mean from 1 to 15. But that doesn't mean one more star, it's still the same kind of intrigues. I give credits to Buck Marshall, for once we had a little bit of suspense of who was the real guilty cowboy. I also liked the Bruce Nelson developing plot, couldn't see it coming. Best story: Bruce Nelson & Slam Bradley...

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