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Comic Book Comics #4 (2008 Series)

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"Crime Oh Man, Does It Pay!"

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Recounts how Charles Biro helped launch a wave of crime comics, but was himself eventually arrested for murder.
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NotesBack cover.
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Genrehumor; non-fiction
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6 pages Comic Book Comics story "Crime Oh Man, Does It Pay!"
CharactersCharles Biro; Daredevil; Josef Stalin; Vladimir Lenin; Bob Wood; Mr. Coffee Nerves; Mr. Crime
SynopsisRecounts how Charles Biro helped launch a wave of crime comics, but was himself eventually arrested for murder.
Genrehumor; non-fiction
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NotesInside front cover. List of the copyrights and trademarks featured in this issue.
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CharactersStan Lee; Steve Ditko; Tintin; Milou; Robert Crumb; Jack Kirby
Genrehumor
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NotesParody of cover to Fantastic Four (Marvel Comics, 1961 series) #1.
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Product Name Comic Book Comics #4 (2008 Series)
Characters Stan Lee; Steve Ditko; Tintin; Milou; Robert Crumb; Jack Kirby
Series Comic Book Comics
Publication Date Sep 30, 2009
Synopsis Recounts how Charles Biro helped launch a wave of crime comics, but was himself eventually arrested for murder.