Detective Comics #16

    Detective Comics » Detective Comics #16 - The Case of the Missing Corpse released by DC Comics on June 1938.

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    1. Speed Saunders and The Case Of The Missing Corpse [16]

    2. Black Tony Barmacino: Dictator Of The Dope Dynasty

    3. Larry Steele, Private Detective [13] The Plot to Kill Larry Steele Part 2 (by Will Ely)

    4. Cosmo, The Phantom of Disguise [16] The National Museum Mystery (illustrated by Sven Elvén)

    5. Bruce Nelson [16] Too Many Crooks Part 3 (by Tom Hickey)

    6. The Tattoo Trap (text story by Paul Dean)

    7. Spy [16] A Traitor In Our Midst (by Siegel and Shuster)

    8. "Fingerprint" Farson, The Plain Clothes Man (by Alger aka Russell Cole)

    9. Buck Marshall, Range Detective [16] Trading Trouble (by H. Fleming)

    10. Slam Bradley [16] The Broadway Bandit (by Jerome Siegel and Joe Shuster)


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    Detective Review #16 0

    Because of this Issue, it's tough to take Slam Bradley seriously. First, what the hell does he always travel with Shorty, annoying midget.... and second, the subject of this case and the way they investigate is a little lame ( I know, I look old now...). Another good story of Spy series, and another disappointing end of story with Bruce Nelson, could have been good but...Best Story: Larry Steele & Spy...

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