"Guthrie, The Noose"

Written by Paine (writer), Paul Norris (artist)

Published in Vic Jordan #1 (Apr 1945)
Efforts by Vic Jordan and his group have plagued the German occupation forces for long enough. They are anxious for anything that can help them and that comes in the form of J. Harrington Guthrie, an American described as "tall, portly, wears dark glasses, a perfect gentleman". What he offers is a plan to "liquidate the French Underground".
[Note: the last page promised further adventures of Vic Jordan but there was no more issues.]
Comprised of panels from strips of story arc #6, Guthrie, The Noose.

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