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    Detective Comics #5

    Detective Comics » Detective Comics #5 - Undercover In Grade School released by DC Comics on July 1, 1937.

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    Undercover In Grade School last edited by DOS76 on 04/26/22 10:50AM View full history

    Stories:

    1. Slam Bradley - Undercover In Grade School

    2. Buck Marshall Range Detective - The Path Of Thorns

    3. Bruce Nelson - The Claws Of The Red Dragon: Part 5

    4. Winged Death by Fredric Wells (text)

    5. The Elm Park Mystery

    6. Spy - The Balinoff Case: Part 5

    7. Cosmo, The Phantom of Disguise - The Dope Torpedo

    8. Larry Steele - Mystery Of The Wholesale Kidnappings: Part 1

    9. Speed Saunders - A Most Fishy Robbery

    10. Silly Sleuths

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    Detective Review #5 0

    Like his predecessor, plot is not complicated and quickly resolved. Fascinating to see that almost every vilain is really dumb, so not really surprise to see them get caught so easily. This Issue is really more for kids than the other, especially because of the investigation of Slam Bradley in a school. Quality is ok, but can be a little bit problematic to read. Still, a nice reading to have...Best story: Bruce Nelson...

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