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    Detective Comics #6

    Detective Comics » Detective Comics #6 - The Mystery of the Lost Ape released by DC Comics on August 1937.

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    The Mystery of the Lost Ape last edited by julass27 on 11/28/23 04:20PM View full history

    Stories:

    1. Speed Saunders - The Mystery Of The Lost Ape

    2. The Law At Work
    3. Larry Steele - Mystery Of The Wholesale Kidnappings Part 2 (by Will Georgi aka Will Ely)

    4. Cosmo, The Phantom of Disguise - The Disappearing Diamonds (illustrated by Sven Elvén)

    5. Bruce Nelson - The Claws Of The Red Dragon: Part 6 (by Tom Hickey)

    6. Tropical Trouble (text story by Paul Dean, illustrated by Creig Flessel)

    7. Gumshoe Gus - A Bum Disguise (by Bill Patrick)

    8. Spy - The Investigation Of Captain Hanley (by Jerome Siegel and Joe Shuster)

    9. Mr. Chang - The Mad Scientist (by Win aka Ed Winiarski)

    10. Slam Bradley - In Mexico (by Jerome Siegel and Joe Shuster)

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    This Issue presents something new compare to his predecessor, mad scientist as vilain, twice. The claws of the red Dragons story is keep getting interesting, pobably the only one in the bunch that have real complication for the detective during the process of his investigation. Quality is ok, but again you might have problems to read a few corner page text. Still, enjoyable to read...Best story: Bruce Nelson...

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