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Detective Comics (v1) #31 [I Story]

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Detective Comics (v1) #31 [I Story]
Universe:   Earth-One 
Editor: Vincent Sullivan
Writer: Jerry Siegel
Penciler: Joe Shuster
Cover Artist : Bob Kane
Cover Date : September 1939
On Sale Date: August 1939
Story Arc: -
Pages: 13
Cover Price : $0.10
Users Read: 28 Users Rated: 19
 
 
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Detective Comics (v1) #32 [A Story]
Detective Comics (v1) #31 [F Story]
Detective Comics (v1) #31 [I Story]
Adventure Comics #42 [A Story]
Mystery Men Comics #3 [J Story]
         
 
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Slam and Shorty look into a series of murders at the neighborhood zoo.
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Character Appearances
Main Characters
  Slam Bradley
  Slam Bradley last appeared in Detective Comics (v1) #30 [J Story]. Slam Bradley next appears in Detective Comics (v1) #32 [I Story].
 

 
Supporting Characters
  Shorty Morgan
  Shorty Morgan last appeared in Detective Comics (v1) #30 [J Story]. Shorty Morgan next appears in Detective Comics (v1) #32 [I Story].
 

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

  Dugan First Appearance
  This is Dugan's only appearance.
 

 
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  jemsmck Says:    
  2018-01-07 08:04:32  
  Really, Slam can throw a bear? Superman would be plausible, but Slam?  
 
 

  jemsmck Says:    
  2018-01-07 08:04:33  
  Really, Slam can throw a bear? Superman would be plausible, but Slam?  
 
 

  Russ Says:    
  2018-01-18 20:44:51  
  This didn't have quite the zip of a typical Slam Bradley story, but it did have some good stuff here regardless. I liked Shorty solving the murders, though out of dumb luck. But it got a little repetitive when Shorty kept getting trapped in cages with dangerous animals, and the ending was kind of rushed. It was also easy to figure out who the killer was when Slam and Shorty spent the night at the zoo. And the killer's reasoning almost seemed justified, for a change.

3 stars.
 
 
 

  LarryE Says:    
  2018-07-05 16:55:53  
  It looked to me like Shorty could have easily slipped between those cage bars.  
 
 

 
 
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