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While there is nothing particularly outstanding about 'The Case of the Prophetic Pictures', neither is there anything glaringly bad. This one deals with an artist who paints portraits - but everyone he paints winds up dead. In the early forties (both in terms of year and in terms of issue number) Bob Kane and Bill Finger (the writer is uncredited, but it pretty much fits Bill Finger's style) were on a roll, cranking out mysteries full of suspects and few clues for the Dynamic Duo to unravel. Wor...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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