(From "Fantastic Comics" number 15, 1941.)
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The Secret Lair
He deffinately looks like he was pushed – now THAT’S justice
I really doubt that he’s going to give all that much thought to that Bill fellow, being distracted by, you know, his own impending demise. Bad guys tend to be self centered and selfish like that.
Yeah, I think his only thought on the way down is going to be “Aaaaaaaaaaa” (deep breath) “agggghhhhhh!”
What the hell kind of superhero throws people out of buildings for revenge? (And don’t say Punisher, he’s an exception)
Gero (4): Apparently Space Smith does.
I had to read that part. Initially, I thought this was the original Blue Beetle. They look remarkably alike.
I hope Space Smith isn’t the falling guy.
@Eric 6: If he is, the the next issue won’t be very long…
“If only Bill’s life wasn’t cut so–“
No wonder this ended after 22 issues. Heroes at that time doing this? Wow. Just think what he’d have done if that had been Dianna, his girlfriend and co-pilot.