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Feature Comics #21 [Q Story]

"Crime at the International Fair"
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Feature Comics #21 [Q Story]
Universe:   Earth-Quality 
Editor: Edward C. Cronin
Writer: George Brenner
Penciler: George Brenner
Cover Artist : Edward C. Cronin
Cover Date : June 1939
On Sale Date: April 1939
Story Arc: -
Pages: 5
Cover Price : $0.10
Users Read: 33 Users Rated: 26
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New York World[appost]s Fair Comics 1939 [A Story]
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The Clock Strikes....when an International Fair vendor is held up at gunpoint.
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  The Clock
  The Clock last appeared in Feature Funnies #20 [P Story]. The Clock next appears in Feature Comics #22 [U Story].

Other Characters
  Chick First Appearance
  This is Chick's only appearance.

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  go2shaw Says:    
  2017-11-10 10:52:05  
  What the? No mask?? Automatic one star deduction for the apparent wardrobe malfunction.  

  Cinnamongreen13 Says:    
  2017-12-01 15:39:15  
  If you are reading this on comicbookplus it starts on page 29.  

  Ice Says:    
  2017-12-08 13:15:32  
  @Cinnamongreen13, actually I've noticed that the last several Clock appearances from Feature Funnies were all on the 29th page too.  

  Russ Says:    
  2017-12-31 20:51:32  
  The Clock has gone without a mask before. It's rare, but he's done work in the shadows when he hasn't had the opportunity to grab his facial hankie.

Pretty routine story, though not up to Brunner's usual level of intrigue. I liked that it had a little more action; maybe that's what Brunner's striving for here. Anyone think that crook will recognize it was O'Brien that tangled with him?

2 stars.

  thatsAgoodONE11 Says:    
  2018-01-07 20:28:04  
  The no-mask thing is also my main concern with this. Usually when a crook sees the face of a hero without a disguise, they die. I thought he was done for when he fell off the building.

I would like to think Brian would always have his mask on him so he can cover up at a moment's notice. Now his identity is in jeopardy because this bad guy knows his face. Or it's 1939 and Brenner isn't going to care to address this. The latter is probably true.


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