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Fugitives from Justice (1952) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Fugitives from Justice (1952) 1

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    Stories and art by Gene Colan, George Tuska, Frank Thorne and Enrico Bagnoli. Pre-Code crime comics from St. John, featuring gunplay, betrayal, murder and just all-around bad people. Jerry the Gyp's new Texas oil swindle seems like it can't fail, but when things go south, he resorts to murder. International assassins seek a bounty on Yugoslavian leader Marshal Tito, in a story featuring early art by Frank Thorne. Safecrackers Ace and Hefty try to stay ahead of the cops, but they forgot a vital clue, in a story featuring early art by future Marvel legend Gene Colan. Plus an early story by Marvel legend George Tuska. Blueprint for Murder; Death on the Dotted Line; Death Plot of the Paid Assassins; Crooked Combination; Trapping the Tipster; Racket Buster; Murder Pay-off. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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    $65 FUGITIVES FROM JUSTICE #1 [1952 GD+] ROBBERY COVER! ST. JOHN

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  • Issue #2
    Fugitives from Justice (1952) 2
    • Slight amateur restoration
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Restoration Includes: Small Amount of Color Touch on Cover.
    • Label #3935139019

    Stories and art by Matt Baker, Ernest Lynn, Ralph Lane, Dean Franklin and Enrico Bagnoli. Pre-Code crime comics from St. John, featuring gunplay, betrayal, murder and just all-around bad people. Corporal Duncan of the Mounties is aided in a manhunt by a beautiful but dangerous woman, in a story with art by good-girl art legend Matt Baker. Escaped convict Chesty Cordova sets himself up as a gangleader in a new city, but he makes a fatal mistake. Private eye Vic Flint wants to know who's trying to kill heiress Taffy Tilson, and what it has to do with those doubloons found under her swimming pool. Who Killed Walter Neilson?; Killer Boomerang; Vic Flint: Spanish Island Double-Cross; Northwest Mounties: Mystery Blonde Joins the Manhunt in the Northwest; Felony on Flight 9. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Fugitives from Justice (1952) 3

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    Cover by Frank Giacoia. Stories and art by George Tuska, Michael O'Malley, Edd Ashe and Walter Johnson. Pre-Code crime comics from St. John, featuring gunplay, betrayal, murder and just all-around bad people. The cops close in on Tony "The Human Cat" after his latest home invasion. In its original printing, the following line from the Human Cat's girlfriend was singled out by Fredric Wertham as "An invitation to learning" in the famous anti-comics tome Seduction of the Innocent: "Where ya goin' on a night like dis, Tony? Ya ain't gonna shoot anybody with dat rod, are ya?" Reporter Lawson Hunt stumbles on a gangland plan for murder by remote control, but now he must live to report it. High-class pickpockets Silk and Sandra fleece the crowd that has gathered to honor private eye Vic Flint. Crash-Dive of a Crime Career; Mr. Muscles Plays with Murder; Vic Flint: The Case of the Fabulous Silk-Hat Pickpocket; Buried Bullets Betray the Burglar; Murder by Remote Control. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    Fugitives from Justice (1952) 4

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    Cover by Frank Giacoia and Sy Barry. Stories and art by Richard Speed, Ernest Lynn, Ralph Lane and Bill Molno. Pre-Code crime comics from St. John, featuring gunplay, betrayal, murder and just all-around bad people. Elevator operator Harry thinks he's worked out the perfect payroll robbery, even if he has to commit a few murders along the way. Ganglord Nick gets plastic surgery and a new life in Singapore, but that's where his luck runs out. Private eye Vic Flint gets curious when an anonymous doctor wants to hire him to follow his wife. Plus the life of outlaw Jesse James. The Ghost with Silver Spurs; The Devil's Payroll; Vic Flint: The Story Behind the Malloy Case; Jesse James; Death Plays Tag with Fugitives; Killer at Large. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    Fugitives from Justice (1952) 5

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    Stories and art by Richard Speed, Ernest Lynn, Ralph Lane and Antonio Canale. Pre-Code crime comics from St. John, featuring gunplay, betrayal, murder and just all-around bad people. Embittered ex-blackjack dealer Nick and femme fatale Lola plan to rob Hal's New Orleans casino and escape through the bayou. Wealthy Jay doesn't need the money from his con jobs, he just enjoys crime. Private eye Vic Flint is hired to protect a Paris fashion designer, but ex-cons masquerading as tourists get the drop on them. Plus the life of Aaron Burr. Bondage cover by an unknown artist. Lighter Side; Escape Through the Bayou; Vic Flint: The Paris Mystery; Aaron Burr; The Hoodlum With a Ph.D.; Comedy Column. Final issue of the series. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.