Bury ‘Em Alive — And Get Away With It! A True Story!

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Bullets For The Bridegroom / The Lying Killer

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Murder Interrupts A Wedding Night

Whit Whitney plays tag with blondes, blackjack and sudden death in Reno

They knew it was a tough town. But they hardly expected to be threatened with death by strangers because they forgot the marriage licence

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The Black Bat’s Dragon Trail

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The Black Bat stories describe the crime-fighting career of former District Attorney Anthony Quinn. In a clear departure from most pulp characters and heroes, this Black Bat was actually an origin story, describing how Quinn became the Black Bat after being blinded and disfigured by acid, an idea borrowed a few years later by DC Comics for the creation of both Doctor Mid-Nite and Batman villain Two Face.

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This entire issue can be downloaded here

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