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Detective Comics (v1) #39 [D Story]

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Detective Comics (v1) #39 [D Story]
Universe:   Earth-Two 
Editor: Fredric Whitney Ellsworth
Writer: John Lehti
Penciler: John Lehti
Cover Artist : Bob Kane, Jerry Robinson
Cover Date : May 1940
On Sale Date: April 1940
Story Arc: -
Pages: 6
Cover Price : $0.10
Users Watched: 17 Users Rated: 12
 
 
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Detective Comics (v1) #39 [A Story]
Detective Comics (v1) #39 [D Story]
Detective Comics (v1) #39 [E Story]
Detective Comics (v1) #39 [I Story]
         
 
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The Crimson Avenger takes on a spy ring that plans to sabotage a visiting country's ships.
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  Crimson Avenger
  Crimson Avenger last appeared in Detective Comics (v1) #38 [D Story]. Crimson Avenger next appears in Detective Comics (v1) #40 [D Story].
 

 
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  Wing How
  Wing How last appeared in Detective Comics (v1) #38 [D Story]. Wing How next appears in Detective Comics (v1) #40 [D Story].
 

 
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  Jenkins (Navel Officer) First Appearance
  This is Jenkins (Navel Officer)'s only appearance.
 

  Mac
  Mac last appeared in Detective Comics (v1) #22 [C Story]. Mac next appears in Detective Comics (v1) #40 [D Story].
 

 
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  Russ Says:    
  2018-03-14 20:11:42  
  Looking at the stories in the late 30's and early 40's that deal with the military prior to America's entry into World War II, it seemed like there were a number of them that foretold America's involvement in the war in Europe. Or maybe it was wishful thinking propaganda at the time. 2 stars  
 
 

 
 
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