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Issue: #24
Published: March 1948, Price: 0.10 CAD, Pages: 68, Editing: Harry "A" Chesler
Color: Colour Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U. S. Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format:
Notes: Some info in index from information received from Matthew Torrance via the Error List in June 2008. Indicia states "Dynamic Comics No, 24, March 1948. Published bi-monthly by Superior Publishers Limited, 2382 Dundas Street West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Copyrighted in Canada, 1947, by Superior Publishers Limited." Also states that advertising rates are available from "Harley L. Ward, Inc, 360 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago 1, Illinois, U.S.A." The word "March" is in a slightly different typeset and looks like it was changed. Available as a scan at goldenagecomics.co.uk.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) Daring Crime Cases
Genre: Crime

Advertisement (1 page) Good Luck to You
Synopsis: Ad for birthstone ring from Dean Studios.

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Dynamic Man
Synopsis: Jake and Lil are a couple of circus performers with a penchant for crime. They give seemingly innocent rubber balls to the children of wealthy parents, but the balls are filled with deadly gas that gets released when the balls are exposed to light. Jake and Lil then swoop in and steal from the rich folk.
Credits: Pencils: Stan Asch ? | Inks: Stan Asch ?
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Dynamic Man [Bert McQuade] Dynamic Boy

Comic Story (7 pages) The Northampton Bank Robbery
Genre: Crime

Comic Story (6 pages) Atkinson the Jewel Fence] or ["When Skip Randall dons white tie and top hat for the evening..."
Featuring: Skip Randall
Genre: Detective-mystery
Characters: Skip Randall

Text Article (1 page) Cosmetics
Featuring: Facts!
Credits: Script: E. G. Letkeman (signed) | Pencils: E. G. Letkeman (signed) | Inks: E. G. Letkeman (signed) | Letters: E. G. Letkeman ?
Genre: Non-fiction

Advertisement (3 pages) Fiesta Dress
Synopsis: Ads for a Fiesta Dress (from Michigan), books (from Dominion Mail Order Agency, Toronto) and 5 books about gangsters (from Thriller Books, New York).

Comic Story (8 pages)
Featuring: "Chuck" Torance
Credits: Pencils: Fred Kelly (signed) | Inks: Fred Kelly (signed)
Genre: Aviation

Advertisement (2 pages) These Great Stories Now For Only 39c Each!!
Synopsis: Ad for classic books from the Dominion Mail Order Agency, Toronto.

Comic Story (7 pages) Desert Grave
Genre: Crime

Advertisement (1 page) Flying Helmet
Synopsis: Ad for war surplus, from Chicago, Ill.

Text Story (2 pages) Alias Mr. Howard
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: Western-frontier

Advertisement (1 page) It's Easy to Learn Dancing
Synopsis: Ad for dancing book from Dominion Mail Order Agency, Toronto.

Comic Story (9 pages)
Featuring: Master Key
Credits: Pencils: ? (signed) | Inks: ? (signed)
Genre: Crime

Advertisement (2 pages) These Famous Books - - Now Only 39c Each
Synopsis: Ad for books from Dominion Mail Order Agency, Toronto.

Comic Story (6 pages) The Poodle Caper] or ["Yes, sir, that's my baby..."
Featuring: Inspector Fumble
Credits: Script: Ken Fitch ? | Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor Detective-mystery
Characters: Inspector Fumble

Advertisement (1 page) Rapid-Fire Tommy Gun
Synopsis: Ad for Dick Tracy gun from Chicago.

Comic Story (1 page)
Featuring: How Clever Are You?
Credits: Pencils: Ken Brickley (signed) [as Brickley] | Inks: Ken Brickley (signed) [as Brickley]
Genre: Detective-mystery

Advertisement (3 pages) America's Greatest Zipper Billfold Bargain
Synopsis: Ads for billfolds (from Chicago), a camera (from Chicago) and Baby Ruth candy (from Chicago).

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