Indicia frequency lacking but next issue (#4) was July 1948, so was on a monthly schedule
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Roy is credited to pencils and Belfi to ink in "Crime and Punishment" by Jerry Bails' Who's Who.
Originally credited to Stapp, a name from Jerry Bails' Who's Who. This story is the only place Stapp is found in GCD, and he is credited to Crime & Punishment 1948 by Jerry Bails' Who's Who, but nothing else is known about him. He is most probably just a miscredited name from this single story.
The signature is in hand written letters and must be Starr, as the two P's are two small r's, which gives the name Starr. The writing is identical to Leonard Starr's signed story "Mad Dog of Manhattan" in Crime & Punishment #10. Starr signed his work with capital letters too, but not here. The artwork has many similarities with early Starr work like "Vampire Prowl" in AITU #3, on some grinning faces and folds in clothings.
Art credits verified by Leonard Starr in Alter Ego #110 (June 2012).
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