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Dynamic Comics

None // October 1941 - October 1946
Issue count: 16

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Dynamic Comics

It originally featured stories with Major Victory and Dynamic Man at the center, but when WWII ended, the series switched to a more soft format, becoming a police cases/mystery comic. Some people liked the change, but most fans didn’t. In 1948, the readership was too low and the series was canceled after 47 issues.

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Issue #1

What's Dynamic Comics #1 worth in 2024?

The highest graded Dynamic Comics (1941) #1 was a CGC graded NM- 9.2 pedigree from the Edgar Church (Mile High) Collection. This was sold for $4,780 in July 2012. A CGC graded FN+ 6.5 which went for $1,975 in May 2023 which is nearly 450% increase from its $465 price of March 2010. 

Why is this comic book valuable?

Dynamic Comics (1941) #1 was published by Dynamic Publications in October 1941. This was a bi monthly Superhero Golden age series. The cover and the artwork of this issue was done by Charles Sultan.

Key Facts About the Comic

The main cover shows Major Victory landing a punch on the face of the bad guys outside U.S captial building. 

Story Synopsis

A soldier sacrifies himself on the battlefield is later on resurrected by the mystical being known as the Father Patriot. He goes out and becomes and ally to superhero known as Mahor Victory. 

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$200 $0 $575 $2,650 $4,775 $8,375

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Issue #2

What's Dynamic Comics #2 worth in 2024?

There is only one recorded sale for Dynamic Comics (1941) #2. A CGC graded VG- 3.5 copy was sold for $780 in June 2017. 

Why is this comic book valuable?

Dynamic Comics (1941) #2 was published in December 1941 by Chesler/ Dynamic Publications. This was a part of the bi monthly Golden Age superhero series. The cover of this issue was created by Charles Sultan. The rest of the artwork was done by Al Plastino. 

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art shows a rather movie style artwork featuring Dynamic Man and his young sidekick Dynamic Boy. 

Story Synopsis

A masked man hires a tribe of Barbarians to kidnap young children on his behalf. 

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$0 $775 $0 $0 $0 $775

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Issue #3

What's Dynamic Comics #3 worth in 2024?

There are only three recorded sales of Dynamic Comics (1941) #3. The highest rated copy is a CGC graded VF/NM 9.0 from the Edgar Church (Mile High) collection which was sold for $2,034 in August 2014. A CGC graded FN- 6.0 was sold for $598 in January 2016. 

Why is this comic book valuable?

Dynamic Comics (1941) #3 was published in February 1942 by Harry A. Chesler. The major artwork of this issue was done by Charles Sultan. 

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art shows Dynamic Man fighting a man carrying knife with his bare hands. 

Story Synopsis

Some people walking through a small town and spreading red plague. On the flip side, Major Victory tries to some people who are trying to vandalize by trying to blow up a dam. 

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$140 $300 $600 $1,500 $4,000 $2,032

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Issue #8

What's Dynamic Comics #8 worth in 2024?

The most expensive Dynamic Comics (1941) #8 to ever sell was a CGC graded G/VG 3.0 which was sold for $4,800 in November 2020. A low grade barely readable copy Fa 1.0 went for $1,599 in January 2018. 

Why is this comic book valuable?

Dynamic Comics (1941) #3 was published by Dynamic Publications in February 1942. This was bi monthly Golden Age superhero series. The cover of this issue was created by Gus Ricca. The script and rest of the art work was done by Charles Sultan alongside Fred Schwab. 

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art takes a Dynamic turn and shows a rather horrifying precode gritty styled artwork with bizzare characters. 

Story Synopsis

An American Scientist is killed by the Wizard, right before he could active his lifes work aka his greatest creation. The superhero named as the Dynamic Man must find Wizards weakness and put an end to his evil doings. A strange force give the playboy the ability to use X-ray Vision and powerful eyebeams which he later on harnesses to battle crimnals as Master Key. 

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $4,800

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Issue #9

What's Dynamic Comics #9 worth in 2024?

There are only four recorded sales for Dynamic Comics (1941) #9. A CGC VG 4.0 was sold for the peak price of $1,147 in July 2020. A VG- 3.5 went for $990 in July 2020. A readable copy GD 2.0 has the price of $385 in December 2022. These were the only times these grades appeared on the comic book market. 

Why is this comic book valuable?

Harry A. Chesler published Dynamic Comics (1941) #9 in May 1944. The cover art of this issue was done by Mac Raboy. The stories and rest of the artwork were by the combined efforts of Ken Battlefield, Dick Ryan, and Fred Schwab. This was basically a Golden age pre code comic anthology featuring Superhero and adventure storylines. 

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art of this issue is titled as the "Blazing-Guns" by the legendary artist Mac Raboy. 

Story Synopsis

The Dynamic Man has an encounter with Sea Horror who is an ancient ghost who happens to be a Nazi ally and a close tie with Baron Von Zeil. Commen men suddenly start to lose their minds, Mr. E and his mystical imps track down the hideouts of an evil scientist working in a sanitarium.

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$390 $1,150 $0 $0 $0 $1,550

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Issue #10

What's Dynamic Comics #10 worth in 2024?

There are only three recorded sales of Dynamic Comics (1941)#10. A VG/FN 5.0 copy was sold for $454 in August 2016. A VG+ 4.5 went for $408 in July 2020. A VG- 3.5 has the price of $311 in June 2017. These were the only times Dynamic Comics #10 appeared in the comic book market. 

Why is this comic book valuable?

Harry A. Chesler published Dynamic Comics (1941) #10 in July 1944. The cover art of this issue was done by Gus Ricca. The script and rest of the artwork were by the combined efforts of Gus Ricca, Otto Binder, Joe Beck, and George Tuska. This series mainly featured stories based on Superheroes and Adventure. 

Story Synopsis

Ancient Gods guide Mr. E to a bunch of spies who are trying to sabotage a steel mill and put a set back to the American response in the World War II. On the other side, The Echo discovers a graveyard of Doomed ships, and the mysterious Old John happens to know too much about them. 

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$0 $310 $0 $0 $0 $450

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Issue #11

What's Dynamic Comics #11 worth in 2024?

The top price for Dynamic Comics (1941): #11 is $9000, paid in April 2022 for a 2.5 graded copy. Other prices include $1135, paid in November 2015 for a 7.0 graded copy and $8400, paid in October 2022 for a 5.5 graded copy. 

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #11 of Dynamic Comics (1941) was published in September 1944. Writing and art by Gus Ricca, Joe Beck, Otto Eppers, George Tuska, and Fred Schwab.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features a mad scientist. 

Story Synopsis

This issue features stories of heroes and adventures from the Golden Age!

 

- 7 page Dynamic Man story

- 6 page Lucky Coyne story

- 6 page The Echo story

- 7 page Yankee Boy story

- 4 page Ima Sleuth story

- 7 page Mr. E story

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$9,000 $280 $1,025 $0 $0 $9,000

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Issue #12

What's Dynamic Comics #12 worth in 2024?

The top price for Dynamic Comics (1941): #12 is $11400, paid in May 2022 for a 8.0 graded copy. Other prices include $1434, paid in March 2018 for a 7.0 graded copy and $475, paid in March 2020 for a 4.5 graded copy. 

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #12 of Dynamic Comics (1941) was published in November 1944. Writing and art by Anthony Cataldo, Ken Battefield, & Ruben Moreira.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features a man playing chess. 

Story Synopsis

This issue features stories of heroes and adventure from the Golden Age!

 

- 8 page Dynamic Man story "The Scarlet Plague"

- 8 page Mr. E story "Dorrence Hangs Tonight For Double Murder"

- 6 page The Echo story "The Park Prowler"

- 6 page Lucky Coyne story "The Mystery of the Evil Eye"

- 4 page Ima Slooth story

- 6 page Yankee Boy story

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$0 $480 $0 $11,400 $2,025 $11,400

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Issue #13

What's Dynamic Comics #13 worth in 2024?

The top price for Dynamic Comics (1941): #13 is $2032, paid in November 2009 for a 9.0 graded copy. Other prices include $1000, paid in April 2022 for a 4.5 graded copy and $330, paid in April 2023 for a 0.5 graded copy. 

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #13 of Dynamic Comics (1941) was published in January 1945. Writing and art by Gus Ricca, Al Plastino, Charles Sultan, Joe Beck, Otto Eppers, W. J. Madden, George Tuska, Rafael Astarita, and J. Cavallo.

Key Facts About the Comic

This issue features the one and only appearance of the third Dynamic Boy.

Story Synopsis

This issue features stories of adventure and heroes from the Golden Age!

 

- 7 page Dynamic Man story

- 7 page Lucky Coyne story

- 7 page The Echo story

- 4 page Ima Slooth story

- 8 page Mr. E story

- 7 page Dynamic Boy story "Recess time, finds the schoolhouse deserted..."

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$230 $1,000 $1,550 $0 $0 $2,025

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Issue #14

What's Dynamic Comics #14 worth in 2024?

The top price for Dynamic Comics (1941): #14 is $3100, paid in December 2020 for a 9.0 graded copy. Other prices include $191, paid in November 2014 for a 6.5 graded copy and $660, paid in May 2021 for a 5.0 graded copy. 

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #14 of Dynamic Comics (1941) was published in April 1945. Writing and art by Joe Beck, Charles Sultan, Otto Eppers, Ruben Moreira, and Raphael Astarita.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features Dynamic Man pointing down at a thug. 

Story Synopsis

This issue features stories of heroes and adventure from the Golden Age!

 

- 7 page Dynamic Man story "Fantastically weird was the scheme to swindle our country..."

- 7 page Mr. E story "The grim shadow of starvation and poverty..."

- 4 page Ima Slooth story

- 1 page text story "Loser's Luck"

- 7 page Lucky Coyne story "What was the mystery of the white robed murderer..."

- 7 page The Echo story "It was a strange malady that affected Miranda Weatherbee..."

- 6 page Manhunters --Guardians of the Law story "Ever alert, ever watchful..."

- 1 page text story "Odor of Guilt"

- 5 page Jungletown Showboat story

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$0 $0 $200 $0 $0 $3,600

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Issue #15

What's Dynamic Comics #15 worth in 2024?

The top price for Dynamic Comics (1941): #15 is $1673, paid in May 2011 for a 9.4 graded copy. Other prices include $336, paid in June 2022 for a 4.0 graded copy and $124, paid in April 2023 for a 3.0 graded copy. 

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #15 of Dynamic Comics (1941) was published in July 1945. Writing and art by Ruben Moreira, Paul Gattuso, Fred Schwab, Joe Beck, Otto Eppers, and George Tuska.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features a man pointing a gun at a woman's back. 

Story Synopsis

This issue features stories of heroes and adventure from the Golden Age!

 

- 7 page Dynamic Man story "Whose were the crooked fingers that pulled the purse strings of professional boxing?"

- 6 page The Echo story "Tangle with the Living Corpse"

- Half page text article "Statement of Ownership and Management"

- 5 page Ima Slooth story

- 7 page Mr. E story "A killer who laughs at his own mortal peril..."

- 7 page Lucky Coyne story

- 1 page text story "Death in Disguise"

- 6 page Sky Chief story "Greed-Maddened Prince of Rahjap"

- 1 page text story "Dynamite Dukes"

- 5 page Jungletown Showboat story

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$140 $340 $120 $0 $1,675 $1,675

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Issue #16

What's Dynamic Comics #16 worth in 2024?

The top price for Dynamic Comics (1941): #16 is $1725, paid in February 2004 for a 9.0 graded copy. Other prices include $1440, paid in August 2021 for a 5.5 graded copy and $321, paid in December 2022 for a 2.5 graded copy. 

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #16 of Dynamic Comics (1941) was published in October 1945. Writing and art by Joe Beck, Ruben Moreira, Ken Fitch, Otto Eppers, Paul Gattuso, Gus Ricca and George Tuska.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features a man threatening a tie up woman with a snake. 

Story Synopsis

This issue featuers stories of heroes and adventure from the Golden Age!

 

- 6 page Dynamic Man story "The Tangerine Terror"

- 6 page The Echo story "Into a small mining town rode The Echo..."

- 6 page Mr. E story "When a crafty crook defies the weird sanctity..."

- 6 page Yankee Boy story "Sorry--No Cigarettes Today"

- 5 page Ima Slooth story "Grave robbers! Wh-what'll I do?"

- 1 page text story "Homicide Handicap"

- 1 page text story "Basketball Blues"

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$350 $350 $1,450 $310 $0 $3,850

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Issue #17

What's Dynamic Comics #17 worth in 2024?

The top price for Dynamic Comics (1941): #17 is $900, paid in January 2022 for a 8.0 graded copy. Other prices include $100, paid in September 2020 for a 3.0 graded copy and $199, paid in April 2020 for a 1.5 graded copy. 

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #17 of Dynamic Comics (1941) was published in January 1946. Writing and art by George Tusk, Otto Eppers, Joe Beck, and Paul Gattuso.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features a military officer yelling at one of his soldiers. 

Story Synopsis

This issue features stories of heroes and adventure from the Golden Age!

 

- 6 page Dynamic Man story

- 6 page The Echo story

- 6 page Yankee Boy story

- 5 page Ima Slooth story

- 6 page Mr. E story

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$0 $120 $0 $900 $0 $900

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Issue #18

What's Dynamic Comics #18 worth in 2024?

The top price for Dynamic Comics (1941): #18 is $13200, paid in May 2022 for a 7.0 graded copy. Other prices include $576, paid in March 2020 for a 6.0 graded copy and $1440, paid in October 2022 for a 4.5 graded copy. 

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #18 of Dynamic Comics (1941) was published in April 1946. Writing and art by by Joe Beck, Rafael Astarita, Paul Gattuso, Gus Ricca, Newt Alfred, Otto Eppers, and George Tuska.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features a giant green propeller monster stepping on men. 

Story Synopsis

This issue features stories of heroes and adventure from the Golden Age!

 

- 6 page Dynamic Man story

- 6 page The Echo story

- 6 page Yankee Boy story

- 6 page Ima Sleuth story

- 6 page Mr. E story

- 5 page Handy Andy story

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$0 $1,250 $575 $210 $1,850 $13,200

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Issue #19

What's Dynamic Comics #19 worth in 2024?

The top price for Dynamic Comics (1941): #19 is $1500, paid in June 2012 for a 9.0 graded copy. Other prices include $480, paid in October 2019 for a 5.0 graded copy and $300, paid in March 2022 for a 3.5 graded copy. 
 
 

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #19 of Dynamic Comics (1941) was published in July 1946. Writing and art by Ralph Mayo, Paul Gattuso, Tony Cataldo, Joey Cavallo, and George Tuska
 
 

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features a twisted puppeteer.

Story Synopsis

This issue features stories of heroes and adventure from the Golden Age!

 

- 6 page Dynamic Man story "The dreams of dozens of poor boys were turned into a hideous nightmare..."

- 6 page The Echo story "Horrible death descends on an Arizona ghost town..."

- 5 page Ima Sleuth story "C'mon, somebody!"

- 6 page Sgt. Bell of the RAF story "Air Force ace Bell was secretly proud..."

- 1 page text story "Catch That Rat"

- 6 page Yankee Boy story "Many men might have murdered the Rainbow Chaser..."

- 6 page Dan Hastings story "Science in ethical hands is a tremendous force for good..."

- 1 page story "Hand Blocked For Murder"

- 6 page Mr. E story "How was the underworld learning the most closely guarded secrets..."

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$0 $60 $300 $380 $0 $1,500

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Issue #20

What's Dynamic Comics #20 worth in 2024?

The top price for Dynamic Comics (1941): #20 is $7600, paid in August 2019 for a 9.4 graded copy. Other prices include $3360, paid in November 2022 for a 7.0 graded copy and $990, paid in April 2023 for a 5.5 graded copy. 

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #20 of Dynamic Comics (1941) was published in October 1946. Writing and art by Ralph Mayo, Tony Cataldo, Joe Beck, Otto Eppers, Paul Gattuso, and Fred Schwab.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features a giant cave man bashing a city. 

Story Synopsis

This issue features stories of heroes and adventure from the Golden Age!

 

- 6 page Dynamic Man story "The Mad Master of the Doomsday Express"

- 6 page The Echo story "Fog fitted closely, o'er the waterfront"

- 5 page Ima Slooth story "Here's the mummy"

- 6 page Manhunters--Crime on the Run story "Murder on Ice"

- 2 page Jest a Moment cartoon "Don't expect me back this afternoon, boss!"

- 1 page text story "Monument to Death"

- 6 page Yankee Boy story "Killer breaks loose"

- 6 page Dan Hastings story "Enemy That Wouldn't Die"

- 1 page text story "Cover Up for Murder"

- 6 page Mr. E story "Rising Toll of Terrorism"

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$0 $80 $1,025 $1,150 $3,350 $7,600

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Issue #21

What's Dynamic Comics #21 worth in 2024?

The top price for Dynamic Comics (1941): #21 is $6000, paid in September 2021 for a 9.4 graded copy. Other prices include $408, paid in July 2020 for a 4.0 graded copy and $312, paid in September 2022 for a 2.5 graded copy. 

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #21 of Dynamic Comics (1941) was published in July 1947. Writing and art by Ralph Mayo, Tony Cataldo, Joe Beck, Otto Eppers, Paul Gattuso, and Charles Sultan.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features a dinosaur.

Story Synopsis

This issue features stories of heroes and adventure from the Golden Age!

 

- 6 page Dynamic Man story "What devilish purpose was behind the unwilling jinxing..."

- 6 page The Echo story "No one would ever have known the grim destiny that lurked behind..."

- 6 page Manhunters--Crime on the Run story "Frozen corpses for Christmas started a grim manhunt..."

- 6 page Yankee Boy story "Some evil power haunted the shadows..."

- 6 page Dan Hastings story "What horrible delicacy did the frogmen of Venus..."

- 6 page Mr. E story "Why did men with grim faces and shifty eyes come to Samson's toy bazaar?"

- 5 page Ima Sleuth story

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$310 $410 $0 $260 $6,000 $6,000

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Issue #22

What's Dynamic Comics #22 worth in 2024?

The top price for Dynamic Comics (1941): #22 is $1016, paid in February 2018 for a 9.0 graded copy. Other prices include $312, paid in July 2021 for a 6.5 graded copy and $489, paid in July 2021 for a 5.0 graded copy. 

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #22 of Dynamic Comics (1941) was published in September 1947. Writing and art by Otto Eppers, Paul Gattuso, Tony Cataldo, Joe Beck, Ralph Mayo, and Fred Schwab.

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features an evil Jazz man. 

Story Synopsis

This issue features stories of heroes and adventure from the Golden Age!

 

- 7 page Dynamic Man story "A grisly fate as human guinea pigs awaits Dynamic Man and Dynamic Boy..."

- 7 page Yankee Boy story "When one man's misfortune threatened to spoil a basketball team's..."

- 7 page The Echo story "Death came as a surprise bonus..."

- 6 page Manhunters--Crime on the Run story "Why did Bill Hale, king of the badmen, get away..."

- 6 page Mr. E story "What happens when an innocent man dreams of a murder..."

- 5 page Ima Sleuth story

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$0 $0 $140 $300 $0 $1,025

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Issue #23

What's Dynamic Comics #23 worth in 2024?

The top price for Dynamic Comics (1941): #23 is $1560, paid in January 2022 for a 9.4 graded copy. Other prices include $837, paid in August 2014 for a 9.0 graded copy and $160, paid in June 2017 for a 5.5 graded copy. 

Why is this comic book valuable?

Issue #23 of Dynamic Comics (1941) was published in November 1947. Writing and art by Ken Battefield, Joe Beck, Ralph Mayo, and Paul Gattuso

Key Facts About the Comic

The cover art features a copy fighting four men. 

Story Synopsis

This issue features stories of heroes and adventure from the Golden Age!

 

- 7 page Dynamic Man story Framed: Dynamic Man][ "Murder is first on the agenda"

- 6 page Yankee Girl story The Cat Show Murders] ["How could a grisly menace stem from the social set's annual cat show?"

- 6 page Crime On the Run story "How did canaries and potted geraniums give New Jersey's ace manhunters a clue"

- 5 page Ima Slooth story "Stop it! You've got me doing it now!"

- 7 page Mr. "E" story "Pain and suffering of thousands of polio victims was about to end."

- 7 page story "Finish of a Tough Guy"

- 7 page The Echo story "Bullets buzz like angry wasps"

- 6 page A true crime case story "Invitation To Death"

- 1 page text story "Six Shooter Surprise"

- 1 page text story "Blood and Blarney"

- 6 page Timothy Trent story "Put Me On a Marble Slab"

 

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$0 $0 $160 $270 $1,550 $1,550

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