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22 Mar

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The Avenger: Death Counts Ten (01/02/1942)

by Tad

“The road to crime ends in a trap that justice sets. Crime does not pay.”

Originally published in The Avenger magazine from September 1939 until September 1942. The radio broadcast of the Avenger was aired from 1941 to 1942, with James Monks portraying the Avenger and Helen Adamson playing Fern Collier, his assistant.

Jim Brandon, famous biochemist, through numerous scientific experiments, has prefect two inventions to aid him in his crusade against crime: the Telepathic Indicator, by which he is able to pick up thought flashes, and the secret Diffusion Capsule which cloaks him in the black light of invisibility. Brandon’s assistant, the beautiful Fern Collier, is the only one who shares his secrets, and knows that he is the man the underworld fears as The Avenger!

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11 Mar

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The Blue Beetle: Jewel Mystery Of Channel Island (09/11/1940)

by Tad

“Leaping down upon the underworld to smash gangland, comes the friend of the unfortunate, enemy of criminals, a mysterious all-powerful character. A problem to the police, but a crusader for law; in reality Dan Garrett, a rookie patrolman. Loved by everyone, but suspected by none of being The Blue Beetle. As The Blue Beetle, he hides behind a strange mask and a suit of impenetrable blue chain armor, flexible as silk but stronger than steel!”

Created in 1939, The Blue Beetle was adapted for radio in 1940. Radio and motion picture actor Frank Lovejoy was the voice of The Blue Beetle for the first 13 episodes.

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04 Mar

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The Blue Beetle: Asylum Of Doctor Drear (09/04/1940)

by Tad

“Leaping down upon the underworld to smash gangland, comes the friend of the unfortunate, enemy of criminals, a mysterious all-powerful character. A problem to the police, but a crusader for law; in reality Dan Garrett, a rookie patrolman. Loved by everyone, but suspected by none of being The Blue Beetle. As The Blue Beetle, he hides behind a strange mask and a suit of impenetrable blue chain armor, flexible as silk but stronger than steel!”

Created in 1939, The Blue Beetle was adapted for radio in 1940. Radio and motion picture actor Frank Lovejoy was the voice of The Blue Beetle for the first 13 episodes.

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25 Feb

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The Blue Beetle: Whale Of Pirates Folly (08/28/1940)

by Tad

“Leaping down upon the underworld to smash gangland, comes the friend of the unfortunate, enemy of criminals, a mysterious all-powerful character. A problem to the police, but a crusader for law; in reality Dan Garrett, a rookie patrolman. Loved by everyone, but suspected by none of being The Blue Beetle. As The Blue Beetle, he hides behind a strange mask and a suit of impenetrable blue chain armor, flexible as silk but stronger than steel!”

Created in 1939, The Blue Beetle was adapted for radio in 1940. Radio and motion picture actor Frank Lovejoy was the voice of The Blue Beetle for the first 13 episodes.

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18 Feb

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The Blue Beetle: Dancing Ghost Of Rocky Hill (08/21/1940)

by Tad

“Leaping down upon the underworld to smash gangland, comes the friend of the unfortunate, enemy of criminals, a mysterious all-powerful character. A problem to the police, but a crusader for law; in reality Dan Garrett, a rookie patrolman. Loved by everyone, but suspected by none of being The Blue Beetle. As The Blue Beetle, he hides behind a strange mask and a suit of impenetrable blue chain armor, flexible as silk but stronger than steel!”

Created in 1939, The Blue Beetle was adapted for radio in 1940. Radio and motion picture actor Frank Lovejoy was the voice of The Blue Beetle for the first 13 episodes.

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