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[STORY] [The Lavalle Case] / Steve Malone, District Attorney / 6 pages (from US Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #18 (August 1938))
[STORY] [Luigi Ferrini Strikes] / Steve Malone, District Attorney / 6 pages (from US Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #19 (September 1938))
[STORY] [The Pigeon Smugglers] / Steve Malone, District Attorney / 6 pages (from US Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #21 (November 1938))
[STORY] [The Van Dorn Murder Case] / Steve Malone, District Attorney / 6 pages (from US Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #26 (April 1939))
[STORY] [The Armored Truck Robbery] / Steve Malone / 6 pages (from US Adventure Comics (DC, 1938 series) #38 (May 1939))
[STORY] Auctioneer Dossier / Steve Malone / 6 pages (from US Adventure Comics (DC, 1938 series) #39 (June 1939))
[STORY] [The Cleaner Protective Association] / Steve Malone, District Attorney / 6 pages (from US Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #34 (December 1939))
[STORY] The Kidnapping Racket / Steve Malone, District Attorney / 6 pages (from US Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #35 (January 1940))
[STORY] [Rocky Roman] / Steve Malone, District Attorney / 6 pages (from US Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #36 (February 1940))
[STORY] [Miss Cooper Is Kidnapped] / Steve Malone, District Attorney / 6 pages (from US Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #37 (March 1940))
[STORY] ["Red Comet, mystery explorer of the universe, cruising through space in search of adventure, suddenly gets a strange message..."] / The Red Comet / 5 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #3 (March 1940))
[STORY] [The Gambler's Protector] / Steve Malone, District Attorney / 6 pages (from US Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #38 (April 1940))
[STORY] [Morton Hijacking & Co.] / Steve Malone, District Attorney / 6 pages (from US Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #39 (May 1940))
[STORY] [The Prodigy] / Steve Malone, District Attorney / 6 pages (from US Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #40 (June 1940))
[STORY] [The Incan Murder] / Steve Malone, District Attorney / 6 pages (from US Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #41 (July 1940))
[STORY] [Murder in the Seashore Inn] / Steve Malone, District Attorney / 6 pages (from US Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #42 (August 1940))
[STORY] ["Your patient is ready, Doctor..."] / Steve Malone, District Attorney / 6 pages (from US Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #44 (October 1940))
[STORY] [The Airplane Murder] / Steve Malone, District Attorney / 6 pages (from US Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #45 (November 1940))
[STORY] [Bargain Deaths] / Steve Malone, District Attorney / 6 pages (from US Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #46 (December 1940))
[STORY] [The Collector] / Steve Malone, District Attorney / 6 pages (from US Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #47 [Without Canadian Price] (January 1941))
[STORY] [Athualpa's Treasure] / Steve Malone, District Attorney / 6 pages (from US Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #48 (February 1941))
[STORY] [Grace Carmen] / Steve Malone, District Attorney / 5 pages (from US Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #49 (March 1941))
[STORY] ["The stirring adventure of the kurmen and the..."] / Buzz Crandall of the Space Patrol / 6 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #11 (March 1941))
[STORY] ["In the swamp country, south of the city..."] / Steve Malone, District Attorney / 6 pages (from US Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #50 (April 1941))
[STORY] ["A safari hunts black ivory in the Congo..."] / Tabu, Wizard of the Jungle / 7 pages (from US Jungle Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #16 (April 1941))
[STORY] [Opening Night at the Broadview] / Steve Malone, District Attorney / 6 pages (from US Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #51 (May 1941))
[STORY] The Queen of the Red Degmen / Captain Nelson Cole of the Air Force / 9 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #12 (May 1941))
[STORY] ["A storm lashes a few scattered yachts..."] / Steve Malone, District Attorney / 6 pages (from US Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #52 (June 1941))
[STORY] ["The interior of a New York jewelry house at night..."] / Steve Malone, District Attorney / 6 pages (from US Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #53 (July 1941))
[STORY] [Whizzo, Man of a Million Masks] / Great Voodini / 8 pages (from US Prize Comics (Prize, 1940 series) #v1#12 (12) (July 1941))
[STORY] [Who Killed Holt?] / Steve Malone, District Attorney / 6 pages (from US Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #54 (August 1941))
[STORY] [Who Killed Hank Allen?] / Steve Malone, District Attorney / 6 pages (from US Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #55 (September 1941))
[STORY] [Who Killed Serge Kamroff?] / Steve Malone, District Attorney / 6 pages (from US Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #56 (October 1941))
[STORY] ["The toughest little eggs in Steel City are having themselves a gang war one afternoon when suddenly..."] / Defense Patrol / 8 pages (from US Rangers of Freedom Comics (Fiction House, 1941 series) #1 (October 1941))
[STORY] [The Jones Case] / Steve Malone, District Attorney / 6 pages (from US Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #57 (November 1941))
[STORY] [Murder in the Metropolitan Hotel] / Steve Malone, District Attorney / 6 pages (from US Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #58 (December 1941))
[STORY] ["Fellows, the FBI has an undercover job for you."] / Defense Kids / 8 pages (from US Rangers of Freedom Comics (Fiction House, 1941 series) #2 (December 1941))
[STORY] [Murder of the Judge] / Steve Malone, District Attorney / 6 pages (from US Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #59 (January 1942))
[STORY] ["Yer Out!" "Whadda ya mean - out! Why ya..."] / Defense Kids / 8 pages (from US Rangers of Freedom Comics (Fiction House, 1941 series) #3 (February 1942))
[STORY] ["The greatest show on earth hits town and..."] / Defense Kids / 8 pages (from US Rangers of Freedom Comics (Fiction House, 1941 series) #4 (April 1942))
[STORY] Judy Wing to the Rescue / Air Hostess No. 1 / 5 pages (from US Calling All Girls (Parents' Magazine Press, 1941 series) #7 (June 1942))
[STORY] Judy Turns Fire Fighter / Judy Wing / 5 pages (from US Calling All Girls (Parents' Magazine Press, 1941 series) #13 (December 1942))
[STORY] Judy Wing Plays Santa Claus / Judy Wing / 5 pages (from US Calling All Girls (Parents' Magazine Press, 1941 series) #v3#1 [14] (January 1943))
[STORY] ["We're out of luck, Joe...they're already dated..."] / Gags, Cartoons & Jokes / 2 pages (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #26 (June 1943))
[STORY] Medicine's Miracle Men: The Mayo Family, Part 2 / 5 pages (from US True Comics (Parents' Magazine Press, 1941 series) #26 (August 1943))
[STORY] Anna Leonowens: Palace Teacher / 6 pages (from US True Comics (Parents' Magazine Press, 1941 series) #50 (July 1946))
[STORY] Palace Teacher / 6 pages (from US Girls' Fun and Fashion Magazine (Parents' Magazine Press, 1950 series) #45 (March 1950))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / 1 page (from US Love Confessions (Quality Comics, 1949 series) #6 (August 1950))
[STORY] [The Gambler's Protector] / Steve Malone, District Attorney / 6 pages (from US Millennium Edition: Detective Comics 38 (DC, 2000 series) [Direct Sales] (April 2000))
[STORY] ["Red Comet, mystery explorer of the universe, cruising..."] / Red Comet / 5 pages (from GB Roy Thomas Presents Planet Comics (PS, 2012 series) #1 (September 2012))
[STORY] ["The stirring adventure of the kurmen and the..."] / Buzz Crandall of the Space Patrol / 6 pages (from GB Roy Thomas Presents Planet Comics (PS, 2012 series) #3 (December 2013))
[STORY] The Queen of the Red Degmen / Captain Nelson Cole of the Air Force / 9 pages (from GB Roy Thomas Presents Planet Comics (PS, 2012 series) #3 (December 2013))
[STORY] [The Gambler's Protector] / Steve Malone, District Attorney / 6 pages (from US Detective Comics 38 (Facsimile Edition) (DC, 2020 series) ([May] 2020))

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