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"The Trapping of Public Enemy #1": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.


Quote1 Oh sure, sure. ... uh, what I stopped in for was to get another gun. -- I sort of lost my gun again --- Quote2
-- Crime Smasher



Appearing in "The Trapping of Public Enemy #1"

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  • Killer King
    • Al Mone
      • many hoodlums

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  • Earth-S
    • Fawcett City
      • Crime Smasher, Inc. office
      • Red Cat Club
      • Stratford Village (high-rise retirement community)

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Appearing in "The Last Request"

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Appearing in Richard Richard: "The Lumber Camp Mystery"

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  • Richard Richard, Private Dick

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Appearing in "The Unlucky Rabbit's Foot"

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Notes

  • This one-shot issue was produced by Fawcett Publications, but contains characters that are now the licensed property of DC Comics.
  • Crime Smasher is more popularly known as the Spy Smasher. Spy Smasher was the spotlight character of his own title, and also maintained a back-up feature in the anthology magazine, Whiz Comics.
  • In this issue's 1st story, Armstrong again gets head-konked unconscious, with a blackjack.
  • Per the 1st story, 8th page, 5th panel, Alan Armstrong smokes cigarettes.
  • Alan Armstrong (Earth-S) appears next, chronologically, as Spy Smasher, in Justice League of America #135.
  • In New Earth continuity, some time after this issue, Alan Armstrong resumes the name Spy Smasher and becomes a major supporting character in the Power of Shazam title.

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