- Holts - you're - going - to - police - headquarters - and - confess - to - these - crimes --
- -- The Clock
Appearing in The Clock is "Framed For Robbery"
- Captain Kane
- Fingers Holts
Synopsis for The Clock is "Framed For Robbery"
The Clock has been framed for robbery and murder, and when the Clock captures his framer ("Fingers" Holts), he threatens to make a rat eat through his abdomen. He also hypnotizes Holts into confessing.
- The Clock's long-time habit of leaving calling cards and witty notes at crime scenes and on arrested suspects has backfired on him twice before [Feature Funnies #11, Aug 1938] and [#15, Dec 1938], and now does so again as a third wiseguy has some fake "Clock" calling cards printed up.
- Also appearing in this issue of Feature Comics were:
- Jane Arden: (No Title), by Monte Barrett & Russell E. Ross
- Captain Fortune: (The Mutiny of Michael Severish), by Vernon Henkel
- Ned Brant: (No Title), by Bob Zuppke & R.W. DePew
- Rance Keane: (Dirk Purdue, the Badman), by William A. Smith
- Reynolds of the Mounted: (Red Hawk and the Rifles), by Art Pinajian
- Charlie Chan: (The Hedrin Gold Mine Mystery), by Alfred Andriola
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