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Mystery Men Comics #9 [A Story]

"The Blue Beetle--Kidnapper?"
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Mystery Men Comics #9 [A Story]
Universe:   Earth-Four 
Penciler: Charles Nicholas
Inker: Charles Nicholas
Cover Artist : Lou Fine
Cover Date : April 1940
On Sale Date: February 1940
Story Arc: -
Pages: 8
Cover Price : $0.10
Users Read: 18 Users Rated: 12
 
 
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Smash Comics (v1) #9 [L Story]
Smash Comics (v1) #9 [N Story]
Mystery Men Comics #9 [A Story]
All-American Comics (v1) #13 [L Story]
All-American Comics (v1) #13 [M Story]
         
 
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Dan is assigned to protect the police commissioner's daughter when the Blue Beetle threatens to kidnap her!
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Character Appearances
Main Characters
  Blue Beetle
  Blue Beetle last appeared in Mystery Men Comics #8 [A Story]. Blue Beetle next appears in Mystery Men Comics #10 [A Story].
 

 
Supporting Characters
  Jack Bendon First Appearance
  This is Jack Bendon's only appearance.
 

  Michael Mannigan
  Michael Mannigan last appeared in Mystery Men Comics #8 [A Story]. Michael Mannigan next appears in Mystery Men Comics #10 [A Story].
 

 
Other Characters
  Commissioner Donnelly First Appearance
  This is Commissioner Donnelly's only appearance.
 

  Mary Donnelly First Appearance
  This is Mary Donnelly's only appearance.
 

 
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  Ice Says:    
  2018-01-25 12:50:16  
  Wait a second, his costume (which apparently consists of chain mail) is his police uniform inside out? That doesn't sound very comfortable for either of his identities.  
 
 

  Russ Says:    
  2018-02-25 12:47:30  
  @Ice: Maybe there's a Reed Richards on Earth-Four who's already invented unstable molecules. Heck, I dunno....

The plot was intriguing but the story fell flat at the end. We didn't get an explanation as to the fiance's connection to the mob, nor if that really was him who signed the note (other than it looked like his handwriting). Just bad storytelling, which seems to be the norm for the BB series. 2 stars
 
 
 

 
 
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