Detective Comics #18

    Detective Comics » Detective Comics #18 - The Hilton Diamond released by DC Comics on August 1938.

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    The Hilton Diamond last edited by julass27 on 03/23/24 08:51AM View full history


    1. Speed Saunders and The Hilton Diamond [18] (by Fred Guardineer)

    2. Oscar The Gumshoe [3] (by Bob Kane)

    3. Cosmo, The Phantom of Disguise [18] Murder In Texas (illustrated by Sven Elvén)

    4. Larry Steele, Private Detective [15] The Maine Castle Mystery Part 2 (by Will Ely)

    5. Doctor Fu Manchu! [Part 2] (by the celebrated English author Sax Rohmer)

    6. Spy [18] Death's Ruby (by Siegel and Shuster)

    7. The Golden Key (text story by Paul Dean)

    8. Bruce Nelson and The Coolie Smugglers Part II [18] (by Tom Hickey)

    9. Steve Malone, District Attorney [1] The Lavalle Case

    10. Slam Bradley [18] In The Stratosphere (by Jerome Siegel and Joe Shuster)

    11. Detective Puzzles



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    Anytime their is a scientist, it's almost always guarantee that he is mad and will be the main antagonist, or it's just me. I wasn't wrong about the Bruce Nelson story, it's good and it's nice to see sometimes the main character have some struggle once in a wild. Again, just two stars because of the quick resolve of much all stories, and the fact that lots of them are worth your time...Best story: Bruce Nelson...

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