Lawbreakers Always Lose 4

Title Published
Spring 1948 to October 1949
Issue Numbers
1 to 10
Number of Issues
10
Issue Information
Cover Date
October 1948
Indicia Frequency
bi-monthly
Indicia Publisher
Crime Bureau Stories, Inc.
 
 
Cover Credits
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Stories
  Job
Number
Title Pages Credits
  3083 Sold .... A Life Sentence! ...To the Highest Bidder for ... 25ยข! 8 pg art
Contributors:
Tom Lammers: Story Information
  3242 The Lair Of The Bat!

Notes: Note on splash reads in part, "This is not a crime story! ... because the man - or thing - it tells about, did not come within the realm of the law of man! This creature was one to make a whole country shudder and hide in fear when one realization struck everyone - the legend of Dracula had come true!" Despite this build-up, in the end, the supernatural elements are a criminal's hoax. The story begins on the first page, the story in summer 1860, but ends in the last panel on 3 Oct 1800.
13 pg art
Contributors:
Tom Lammers: Story Information
  - Wanted By The FBI

Notes: Wanted: Allen Butler Woolworth
1 pg art
  3084 Came The Dawn... And Sudden Death! 7 pg art Mike Sekowsky pencils unsigned

Contributors:
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Creator Credit
  SL-3167 Mud Can Talk 2 pg text
  3042 Double Identity!

Feature: Let's Play Detective
2 pg art
Contributors:
Tom Lammers: Story Information
  5263 The Student Who Failed!

Notes: Bailey on theatre sign.
4 pg art
  3085 Death Hits The Jackpot! 9 pg art