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Amid the relentless bad news of the Great Depression, America had become fascinated with J. Edgar Hoover's FBI. Super Heroes did not yet exist in comics, but the industry was casting about for reliable money makers and adventurers and law and order types were beginning to make headway, In this issue, Siegel and Shuster introduced Federal Men starring FBI agent Steve Carson, who investigated kidnappings and other federal crimes above the reach of local law enforcement.

Featured in this issue

In alphabetical order

  1. 17-20 On the Black
  2. Beany
  3. Big Linda's Revenge
  4. Billy the Kid
  5. Book Shelf
  6. Captain Bill of the Rangers
  7. Captain Quick
  8. Captain Spiniker
  9. Cartoon Corner
  10. Castaway Island
  11. Chikko Chakko
  12. Dare-Devil Dunk
  13. Dickie Duck
  14. Editorial
  15. Federal Men
  16. Freddie Bell
  17. Gulliver's Travels
  18. Hobbies
  19. It's A Dern Lie
  20. J. Worthington Blimp
  21. Jibby Jones
  22. Just Suppose
  23. Live and Learn
  24. Magic!
  25. Needles
  26. Pastime Page
  27. Peter and Ho-lah-an
  28. Radio Dialer
  29. Ray and Gail
  30. Sagebrush 'n' Cactus
  31. Short Story
  32. Sir Loin of Beef
  33. Stamps and Coins
  34. Strange Adventures of Mr. Weed
  35. Test of a Man
  36. Vikings
  37. Wing Walker
  38. Worth-While Films to Watch For


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