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"Bulletman: "Case of the Crooked Contractor"": Bulletman takes on a shady building contractor (Leo Durgan) who is using shoddy materials, in a story that ends with him completely destroying (brand new, still empty, badly built) City Hall.



Appearing in Bulletman: "Case of the Crooked Contractor"

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  • Leo Durgan (Single appearance)

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  • Tim Strange (Only appearance; dies)

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Synopsis for Bulletman: "Case of the Crooked Contractor"

Bulletman takes on a shady building contractor (Leo Durgan) who is using shoddy materials, in a story that ends with him completely destroying (brand new, still empty, badly built) City Hall. Even Superman-1939 didn’t destroy City Hall.

Appearing in Warlock the Wizard: "The Island Empire of John Kell"

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  • John Kell

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Synopsis for Warlock the Wizard: "The Island Empire of John Kell"

Warlock deals with an island dictator who has taken over a mining operation from a pretty girl.

Appearing in Jungle Twins: "Sneed Strikes Again"

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Synopsis for Jungle Twins: "Sneed Strikes Again"

Bill takes his savage brother Steve to New York, while the villainous Sneed plots to steal Steve's ruby.

Notes

  • In this issue's "Bulletman" story, Susan Kent gets kidnapped, for the 3rd time.
  • Also appearing in this issue of Nickel Comics were:
    • 'Capt. Venture: The Spider People' by Rafael Astarita
      • The Captain and the Planet Princess land on a planet inhabited by intelligent spiders.
    • 'The Red Gaucho: The Amdah Treasure' by Harry Anderson
      • The Red Gaucho stops some crooks from stealing an ancient treasure from a South American Amdah tribe.
  • Most of the plot summaries above are adapted from Comics Odyssey.

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Recommended Reading

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Links and References

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