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SECRET AGENT X-9

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Full Name: Phil Corrigan
Codename: Secret Agent X-9
Nationality: American
Organization: American Intelligence
Occupation Agent

Creator: Dashiell Hammett, Alex Raymond
Time Span: 1934 - 2015

ABOUT THE SERIES

Secret Agent X-9 is an agent with the FBI.

His real name is a mystery, at first. He is observed telling people to call him Dexter at the beginning of the first recorded adventure but he does not specify whether that is a first or last name and he does add the unusual caveat, "It's not my name but it'll do." For something that may or may not be accurate, it is used a fair amount for a while, with him even being called 'Mr. Dexter' more than once. He answers to it readily though in the second adventure, he asks at a train station ticket booth for tickets under the name of Jenkins.

In addition to the mystery of his name there is the initial uncertainty of his employment. That he has some authority is plain to see by the way he deals with the local police but he is referred to as a detective by several people, not agent. In the fourth case things start to get cleared up when he is said to be a 'G' man and in the fifth he receives a telegram from D.C. congratulating him on the fine work he has just finished and requesting he head immediately to the next case; the wire was signed 'J.E.H.'. After a couple more cases, it becomes certain that he works for the FBI and he will stay with that organization for a considerable number of adventures. Eventually he will once again do through a period when his employer is not so cut-and-dry (the Goodwin/williamson era) when the type of missions he goes on, and the quality of people he goes up against, show no doubt that he has stopped being a G-Man and has become, again, a secret agent. Along the way, we would learn that his real name ceases to be an enigma as we discover it is Phil Corrigan. No longer would people refer to him as X-9 but simply as Corrigan.

In the 3rd adventure we learn from X-9, Dexter/Corrigan, that he "had a little girl once ... and her mother was young and pretty. They died - bullets meant for me. I swore vengeance on all criminals ... I have devoted my life to fighting crime." After that statement, the operative would go through a period where he had no romantic relationships and did not miss it (undoubtedly still grieving). Eventually he would start dating two different women for a time and would, after a lengthy courtship, ask novelist Wilda Dorray to be his wife. They would marry, eventually produce a daughter named Philda, and then gradually grow apart - his constantly being away from home had to have been a factor but his changing jobs to become a covert operative might also have played a role. After their divorce, Corrigan/X-9 would again be available and several different women will find him alluring, though a couple of them had homicide as their ultimate goal.

Good line:
- Said by X-9: "What this country needs is an invention to get rid of reporters."
- Said to X-9 by his Chief: "Remember, an agent shouldn't trust his wife or his sweetheart."
- Said by X-9: "No case is too exciting once you've written it out in triplicate."

BOOKS

Number of Books:1
First Appearance:2010
Last Appearance:2015

1 X-9: Secret Agent Corrigan X-9: Secret Agent Corrigan
Written by Assorted
Copyright: 2010

Six hard-bound collections of comic strip story arcs created by Al Williamson and Archie Goodwin (the first five volumes) and George Evans. The years covered in each volume are:
Vol. 1 - 1967 - 1969
Vol. 2 - 1969 - 1972
Vol. 3 - 1972 - 1974
Vol. 4 - 1974 - 1977
Vol. 5 - 1977 - 1980
Vol. 6 - 1980 - 1982

2 Secret Agent X-9: The Complete 1930s Comic Strip Secret Agent X-9: The Complete 1930s Comic Strip
Written by Dashiell Hammett, Alex Raymond, Leslie Charteris, Robert Storm, Charles Flanders
Copyright: 2015

Solo hard-bound collections of the original comic strip story arcs created by Dashiell Hammett and Alex Raymond, then by Leslie Charteris and Charles Flanders. The period contained span from the beginning of the series on 01/24/1934 on to 10/31/1936 and contain these 10 arcs:
The Top
Mystery of the Silent Guns
The Martyn Case
The Torch Car Case
The Iron Claw Gang
The Egyptian Jewel Case
The Fixer
The Phantom Plane
The Revenge of Julia Queeny
X-9s Vacation
The Fang
A Tour of the Department
The Merchant of Yellow Men
US Versus Martin Gang


YOUNG ADULT BOOKS

Number of Books:2
First Appearance:1936
Last Appearance:1938

1 Secret Agent X-9 Secret Agent X-9
Written by Charles Flanders
Copyright: 1936

Published in Whitman's Big Little Book #1144
[plot unknown] - "Based on the detective strip"
"X-9 - Unless you get off the case within twenty-four hours, you're a dead cop - The Fang"

2 Secret Agent X-9 and the Mad Assassin Secret Agent X-9 and the Mad Assassin
Written by Robert Storm
Copyright: 1938

Published in Whitman's Big Little Book #1172
[plot unknown] - "Based on the detective strip"

MOVIES

Number of Movies:2
First Appearance:1937
Last Appearance:1945

1 Secret Agent X-9 Secret Agent X-9
Directors: Ford Beebe, Clifford Smith
Writers: Wyndham Gittens, Norman S. Hall, Charles Flanders
Actors: Scott Kolk as Agent Dexter (X-9), Jean Rogers as Shara Graustark, David Oliver as Pidge, Monte Blue as Baron Michael Karsten
Released: 1937

A 12-episode serial which has Secret Agent X-9 on the trail of a gang of the notorious jewel thief known as "Brenda". The gang has absconded with the crown jewels of the European nation of Belgravia.

2 Secret Agent X-9 Secret Agent X-9
Directors: Lewis D. Collins, Ray Taylor
Writers: Joseph O'Donnel, Harold Channing Wire, Patricia Harper
Actors: Lloyd Bridges as Phil Corrigan (Secret Agent X-9), Keye Luke as Ah Fong, Jan Wiley as Lynn Moore, Victoria Horne as Nabura
Released: 1945

A 13-episode serial in which Secret Agent X-9 joins with agents from China and Australia to keep Nazis from stealing the formula for a new synthetic fuel.

RADIO / AUDIO


Number of Episodes:4
First Appearance:1994
Last Appearance:1994
Network:BBC

REGULAR CAST
1 Murder Mansion
Episode 1-1, first aired 1994
Director: Chris Wallis
Writer: Mark Brisenden
Guest Stars: Stuart Milligan as X-9, Connie Booth as Grace Powers

"The action hero finally confronts his nemesis at the top of a New York landmark."

2 Carnage At Sea
Episode 1-2, first aired 1994
Director: Chris Wallis
Writer: Mark Brisenden
Guest Stars: Stuart Milligan as X-9, Connie Booth as Grace Powers

"The action hero finally confronts his nemesis at the top of a New York landmark."

3 The Powers That Be
Episode 1-3, first aired 1994
Director: Chris Wallis
Writer: Mark Brisenden
Guest Stars: Stuart Milligan as X-9, Connie Booth as Grace Powers

"The action hero finally confronts his nemesis at the top of a New York landmark."

4 You're The Top
Episode 1-4, first aired 1994
Director: Chris Wallis
Writer: Mark Brisenden
Guest Stars: Stuart Milligan as X-9, Connie Booth as Grace Powers

"The action hero finally confronts his nemesis at the top of a New York landmark."

COMIC BOOKS, GRAPHIC NOVELS, AND MANGA

Number of Stories:1
First Appearance:1950
Last Appearance:1983

2 FP Secret Agent X-9 FP Secret Agent X-9
Published by Feature Productions
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1950

Series of 32 monthly comics containing reprints of comic strip story arcs, likely all written and drawn by Mel Graff.

4 Dashiell Hammett's Secret Agent X-9 Dashiell Hammett's Secret Agent X-9
Published by International Polygonics, Ltd
Contributors: Dashiell Hammett (writer), Alex Raymond (artist)
Copyright: 1983

One-Issue Collection, with foreword, intro, preface, and afterword, of several early comic strip story arcs, written by Dashiell Hammett. They are:
You're The Top
Mystery of the Silent Guns
The Martyn Case
The Torch Car Case
The Fixer

COMIC STRIPS

Number of Arcs:228
Number of Strips:1
First Appearance:1934
Last Appearance:1997

1 The Top   The Top
Strips: 1 - 198
Dates: 01/24/1934 - 09/11/1934
Contributors: Dashiell Hammett (writer), Alex Raymond (artist)

[AR01] - Receiving a desperate call from a rich Mr. Powers, Secret Agent X-9 races to the man's estate, narrowing avoiding being killed in a car accident caused by a couple of men who do not want to arrive. Powers starts to talk of a horrible crime about to be committed which will cause the death of thousands. Then Powers is shot and X-9 begins a long investigation that will point to a luxury liner and a shipment of gold bullion and a terrible scheme to get the latter and destroy the former.

2 Mystery of the Silent Guns   Mystery of the Silent Guns
Strips: 199 - 281
Dates: 09/12/1934 - 12/17/1934
Contributors: Dashiell Hammett (writer), Alex Raymond (artist)

[AR02] - Receiving a mysterious summons from J.B. Marlowe, industrial czar, statesman and prominent patron of science, Secret Agent X-9 heads to Chicago where he is again accosted by car en route the meeting. Marlowe and his associate, the scientific genius Van Zant, have created a device that stop crime. A good number of people would like to see him stopped, especially a mysterious fellow known as 'The Mask'.

3 The Martyn Case   The Martyn Case
Strips: 282 - 0
Dates: 12/18/1934 - 03/10/1935
Contributors: Dashiell Hammett (writer), Alex Raymond (artist)

[AR03] - Two women petition the court for custody of a little girl named Jill Martyn. One is her mother, now a widow. The other is her father's Aunt Helen, a rich old woman who had disinherited the nephew for marrying beneath his station and who wants to raise the girl as her heir. Also interested is gang boss Rocks Greer who sees a rich payday if he can get his hands on the girl. Ace detective X-9 is intrigued and will play a major role in recovering the girl when she is kidnapped.

4 The Torch Car Case   The Torch Car Case
Strips: 353 - 388
Dates: 03/11/1935 - 04/20/1935
Contributors: Dashiell Hammett (writer), Alex Raymond (artist)

[AR04] - Secret Agent X-9 arrives in a city where there has been abundant instances of counterfeit money being passed around. He immediately gets some after splitting larger bills at several places in town. He will learn that the illegal scheme is the work of a gang lead by "The Big Hat".

5 The Iron Claw Gang   The Iron Claw Gang
Strips: 389 - 472
Dates: 04/22/1935 - 07/27/1935
Contributors: Dashiell Hammett (writer), Alex Raymond (artist)

[AR05] - A prominent banker named Shaw was killed in a heist and his grown son, Philip, kidnapped. The perpetrators were the Iron Claw Gang, "oil crooks before they were general bandits". They were after the location of four great Texas oil wells as yet unworked but thought to be worth millions. Complicating matters is a) the dead man's will demanded that the son be married within 3 months of the elder's death, and b) Philip had always been camera-shy so there was no photo identifying him.

6 The Egyptian Jewel Case   The Egyptian Jewel Case
Strips: 473 - 493
Dates: 07/29/1935 - 08/21/1935
Contributors: Dashiell Hammett (writer), Alex Raymond (artist)

[AR06] - A friend of X-9, Sydney George Harper, is handed a letter to give to X-9. That missive asks for a meeting in Philadelphia and comes from a member of crimeboss Slanteye Maroni's gang. The topic is Maroni's new scheme dealing with Prince Abdullah, an Egyptian coming to the US with the "finest collection of jewels in the world".

7 The Fixer   The Fixer
Strips: 495 - 568
Dates: 08/23/1935 - 11/16/1935
Contributors: Leslie Charteris (writer), Alex Raymond (artist)

[AR07] - The latest case for X-9 is to "get after 'The Fixer', the organizer who supplies big-timers with guns and armored cars, arranges alibies, fences the loot, and fades witnesses", according to his Chief. Specifically he needs to investigate witness tampering in a murder case where a man was killed to steal a $100k necklace.

8 The Phantom Plane   The Phantom Plane
Strips: 569 - 616
Dates: 11/18/1935 - 01/11/1936
Contributors: Leslie Charteris (writer), Charles Flanders (artist)

[CF01] - X-9 is sent to the town of Woodford to investigate a phantom airplane; one that is heard flying over the area on various nights but never actually seen. What is seen are the accidents that happen the next day when an airplane designer tries to test his newest craft called the Silver Bullet which he hopes will be fast enough to win a prestigious NY-LA air race.

9 The Revenge of Julia Queeny   The Revenge of Julia Queeny
Strips: 617 - 664
Dates: 01/13/1936 - 03/07/1936
Contributors: Leslie Charteris (writer), Charles Flanders (artist)

[CF02] - After a messy car accident, X-9 is helped by an attractive young woman who takes him to a bar to recover. There they are approached by a man who knows the woman and mistakes X-9 for a safe-cracker named Smithson. He invites X-9/Smithson to join a gang called the Red-Arrow which is out for a cache of pearls.

10 X-9s Vacation   X-9s Vacation
Strips: 665 - 682
Dates: 03/09/1936 - 03/28/1936
Contributors: Leslie Charteris (writer), Charles Flanders (artist)

[CF03] - As a result of his success on the previous assignment, X-9 is told by his Chief to take a week or so in the mountains as a vacation. What he does not know is that across town at the same time, two gang bosses were meeting to plan how to get rid of the annoying X-9. The fishing vacation he had planned did not go quite the way he expected.

11 The Fang   The Fang
Strips: 683 - 738
Dates: 03/30/1936 - 06/02/1936
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Charles Flanders (artist)

[CF04] - 'The Fang' is the ringleader of a gang of counterfeiters who have passed over $2mil in authentic looking fake money. X-9 is called back to DC to plan his moves against them but his assignment to the case is known by the enemy from the beginning.

12 A Tour of the Department   A Tour of the Department
Strips: 739 - 748
Dates: 06/03/1936 - 06/13/1936
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Charles Flanders (artist)

[CF05] - A new recruit to the Bureau named Jack Colter is introduced to X-9 by the Director, who asks X-9 to give him a tour of the Department and "show him our methods of crime detection". An extensive visit is shown including trips to the various labs and the training gym, all to demonstrate how the many agents and technicians work to make sure crime does not pay.

13 The Merchant of Yellow Men   The Merchant of Yellow Men
Strips: 749 - 784
Dates: 06/15/1936 - 07/25/1936
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Charles Flanders (artist)

[CF06] - X-9 is convinced that several of the crime gangs he has gone up against recently are all actually a part of a much larger crime syndicate covering the whole of the country and headed by one person, a master criminal. One of the many illegal activities he controlling is the smuggling of Orientals into the States. X-9, working with the Secret Service and the Coast Guard, goes on the hunt for proof starting with a vessel called the Queen of Aba.

14 US Versus Martin Gang   US Versus Martin Gang
Strips: 785 - 868
Dates: 07/27/1936 - 10/31/1936
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Charles Flanders (artist)

[CF07] - After a series of bank robberies in which numerous people have been killed by the thieves, X-9 is pulled off vacation to go undercover to get deep inside the gang of those responsible, led by gangster Blake Martin. This is going to be difficult because there are no photos of the man.

15 The Mysterious Boat   The Mysterious Boat
Strips: 869 - 940
Dates: 11/02/1936 - 01/23/1937
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Charles Flanders (artist)

[CF08] - [plot unknown]

16 The Case of the Silver Fox   The Case of the Silver Fox
Strips: 941 - 988
Dates: 01/25/1937 - 03/20/1937
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Charles Flanders (artist)

[CF09] - [plot unknown]
Click here to read some or all the story.

17 A Scrap of Paper   A Scrap of Paper
Strips: 989 - 1042
Dates: 03/22/1937 - 05/22/1937
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Charles Flanders (artist)

[CF10] - [plot unknown]
Click here to read some or all the story.

18 The Closed Door   The Closed Door
Strips: 1043 - 1090
Dates: 05/24/1937 - 07/17/1937
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Charles Flanders (artist)

[CF11] - [plot unknown]

19 The Invisible Enemy   The Invisible Enemy
Strips: 1091 - 1138
Dates: 07/19/1937 - 09/11/1937
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Charles Flanders (artist)

[CF12] - [plot unknown]

20 The Land of Disappearing Men   The Land of Disappearing Men
Strips: 1139 - 1186
Dates: 09/13/1937 - 11/06/1937
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Charles Flanders (artist)

[CF13] - [plot unknown]

21 The Time-Clock   The Time-Clock
Strips: 1187 - 1228
Dates: 11/08/1937 - 12/25/1937
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Charles Flanders (artist)

[CF14] - [plot unknown]

22 A Story in Ashes   A Story in Ashes
Strips: 1229 - 1270
Dates: 12/27/1937 - 02/12/1938
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Charles Flanders (artist)

[CF15] - [plot unknown]

23 The Man Higher Up   The Man Higher Up
Strips: 1271 - 1318
Dates: 02/14/1938 - 04/09/1938
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Charles Flanders (artist)

[CF16] - [plot unknown]

24 The Scourge of Stillville   The Scourge of Stillville
Strips: 1319 - 1354
Dates: 04/11/1938 - 05/21/1938
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Nicholas Afonsky (artist)

[NA01] - [plot unknown]

25 Dr Deels Secret   Dr Deels Secret
Strips: 1355 - 1378
Dates: 05/23/1938 - 06/18/1938
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Nicholas Afonsky (artist)

[NA02] - [plot unknown]

26 Murder at the Arsenal   Murder at the Arsenal
Strips: 1379 - 1426
Dates: 06/20/1938 - 08/13/1938
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Nicholas Afonsky (artist)

[NA03] - [plot unknown]

27 The Black Widow   The Black Widow
Strips: 1427 - 1474
Dates: 08/15/1938 - 10/08/1939
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Nicholas Afonsky (artist)

[NA04] - [plot unknown]

28 Espionage Inc   Espionage Inc
Strips: 1475 - 1498
Dates: 10/10/1938 - 11/05/1938
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Nicholas Afonsky (artist)

[NA05] - [plot unknown]

29 The Shoe of Cinderella   The Shoe of Cinderella
Strips: 1499 - 1558
Dates: 11/07/1938 - 01/14/1939
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Austin Briggs (artist)

[AB01] - [plot unknown]

30 Terror in Cafe Society   Terror in Cafe Society
Strips: 1559 - 1606
Dates: 01/16/1939 - 03/11/1939
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Austin Briggs (artist)

[AB02] - [plot unknown]

31 Blood and Gold   Blood and Gold
Strips: 1607 - 1654
Dates: 03/13/1939 - 05/06/1939
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Austin Briggs (artist)

[AB03] - [plot unknown]

32 Spy Girl   Spy Girl
Strips: 1655 - 1714
Dates: 05/08/1939 - 07/15/1939
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Austin Briggs (artist)

[AB04] - [plot unknown]

33 Helium Thieves   Helium Thieves
Strips: 1715 - 1792
Dates: 07/17/1939 - 10/14/1939
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Austin Briggs (artist)

[AB05] - [plot unknown]

34 Man-Hunt   Man-Hunt
Strips: 1793 - 1816
Dates: 10/16/1939 - 11/11/1939
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Austin Briggs (artist)

[AB06] - [plot unknown]

35 The Big Ditch   The Big Ditch
Strips: 1817 - 1918
Dates: 11/13/1939 - 03/09/1940
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Austin Briggs (artist)

[AB07] - [plot unknown]

36 Curlys Gang   Curlys Gang
Strips: 1919 - 1990
Dates: 03/11/1940 - 06/01/1940
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Austin Briggs (artist)

[AB08] - [plot unknown]

37 Sabotage in the Air   Sabotage in the Air
Strips: 1991 - 2044
Dates: 06/03/1940 - 08/03/1940
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG01] - [plot unknown]

38 Underground Army   Underground Army
Strips: 2045 - 2158
Dates: 08/05/1940 - 12/14/1940
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG02] - [plot unknown]

39 Army Of The Air   Army Of The Air
Strips: 2159 - 2290
Dates: 12/16/1940 - 05/17/1941
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG03] - [plot unknown]

40 The G-Man and the Lady   The G-Man and the Lady
Strips: 2291 - 2416
Dates: 05/19/1941 - 10/11/1941
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG04] - [plot unknown]

41 Sabotage in the Tropics!   Sabotage in the Tropics!
Strips: 2417 - 2506
Dates: 10/13/1941 - 01/24/1942
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG05] - [plot unknown]

42 Spies on Ice   Spies on Ice
Strips: 2507 - 2554
Dates: 01/26/1942 - 03/21/1942
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG06] - [plot unknown]

43 Lady Diplomat   Lady Diplomat
Strips: 2555 - 2680
Dates: 03/23/1942 - 08/15/1942
Contributors: Robert Storm (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG07] - [plot unknown]

44 The Axis Chain   The Axis Chain
Strips: 2681 - 2752
Dates: 08/17/1942 - 11/07/1942
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG08] - [plot unknown]

45 The Oil Heiress Kidnapping   The Oil Heiress Kidnapping
Strips: 2753 - 2794
Dates: 11/09/1942 - 12/26/1942
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG09] - [plot unknown]

46 X9 Meets the Queen   X9 Meets the Queen
Strips: 2795 - 2866
Dates: 12/28/1942 - 03/20/1943
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG10] - [plot unknown]

47 Legal Murder   Legal Murder
Strips: 2867 - 2944
Dates: 03/22/1943 - 06/19/1943
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG11] - [plot unknown]

48 Woman Unknown   Woman Unknown
Strips: 2945 - 3028
Dates: 06/21/1943 - 09/25/1943
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG12] - [plot unknown]

49 The Last Escape   The Last Escape
Strips: 3029 - 3196
Dates: 09/27/1943 - 04/08/1944
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG13] - [plot unknown]

50 Blue Jaw Dodges the Draft   Blue Jaw Dodges the Draft
Strips: 3197 - 3310
Dates: 04/10/1944 - 08/19/1944
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG14] - [plot unknown]

51 Luftwaffe USA   Luftwaffe USA
Strips: 3311 - 3418
Dates: 08/21/1944 - 12/23/1944
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG15] - [plot unknown]

52 Wilda’s Detective Novel   Wilda’s Detective Novel
Strips: 3419 - 3514
Dates: 12/25/1944 - 04/14/1945
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG16] - [plot unknown]

53 The Choo-Choo Game   The Choo-Choo Game
Strips: 3515 - 3550
Dates: 04/16/1945 - 05/26/1945
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG17] - [plot unknown]

54 The Draft Dodger   The Draft Dodger
Strips: 3551 - 3652
Dates: 05/28/1945 - 09/22/1945
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG18] - [plot unknown]

55 Buried Treasure   Buried Treasure
Strips: 3653 - 3766
Dates: 09/24/1945 - 02/02/1946
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG19] - [plot unknown]

56 Death of a Chemist   Death of a Chemist
Strips: 3767 - 3892
Dates: 02/04/1946 - 06/29/1946
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG20] - [plot unknown]

57 Liver-Lips   Liver-Lips
Strips: 3893 - 4060
Dates: 07/01/1946 - 01/11/1947
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG21] - [plot unknown]

58 The Phantom Fingerprints   The Phantom Fingerprints
Strips: 4061 - 4155
Dates: 01/13/1947 - 05/02/1947
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG22] - [plot unknown]

59 The Case of the Hi-jacked Cars   The Case of the Hi-jacked Cars
Strips: 4155 - 4246
Dates: 05/02/1947 - 08/16/1947
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG23] - [plot unknown]

60 The Case of the Bandaged Ballplayer   The Case of the Bandaged Ballplayer
Strips: 4247 - 4363
Dates: 08/18/1947 - 12/31/1947
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG24] - [plot unknown]

61 The Case of the Sinister Sonata   The Case of the Sinister Sonata
Strips: 4363 - 4423
Dates: 12/31/1947 - 03/10/1948
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG25] - [plot unknown]

62 The Case of the Crooked Coroner   The Case of the Crooked Coroner
Strips: 4423 - 4515
Dates: 03/10/1948 - 06/25/1948
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG26] - [plot unknown]

63 The Case of the Frozen Fortune   The Case of the Frozen Fortune
Strips: 4516 - 4593
Dates: 06/26/1948 - 09/24/1948
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG27] - [plot unknown]

64 On the Trail of the Atomic Bullet   On the Trail of the Atomic Bullet
Strips: 4594 - 4660
Dates: 09/25/1948 - 12/11/1948
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG28] - [plot unknown]

65 Who Killed the G-Man   Who Killed the G-Man
Strips: 4661 - 4731
Dates: 12/13/1948 - 03/04/1949
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG29] - [plot unknown]

66 The Case of the Secret Stand-in   The Case of the Secret Stand-in
Strips: 4733 - 4792
Dates: 03/07/1949 - 05/14/1949
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG30] - [plot unknown]

67 The Case of the Missing Memory   The Case of the Missing Memory
Strips: 4793 - 4906
Dates: 05/16/1949 - 09/24/1949
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG31] - [plot unknown]

68 Dangerous Diamond   Dangerous Diamond
Strips: 4907 - 4960
Dates: 09/26/1949 - 11/26/1949
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG32] - [plot unknown]

69 Concealed Crime   Concealed Crime
Strips: 4961 - 5014
Dates: 11/28/1949 - 01/28/1950
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG33] - [plot unknown]

70 Zoot Suit Killer   Zoot Suit Killer
Strips: 5015 - 5098
Dates: 01/30/1950 - 05/06/1950
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG34] - [plot unknown]

71 Secret Assignment   Secret Assignment
Strips: 5099 - 5158
Dates: 05/08/1950 - 07/15/1950
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG35] - [plot unknown]

72 The Honeymoon   The Honeymoon
Strips: 5159 - 5218
Dates: 07/17/1950 - 09/23/1950
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG36] - [plot unknown]

73 June Loveless   June Loveless
Strips: 5219 - 5278
Dates: 09/25/1950 - 12/02/1950
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG37] - [plot unknown]

74 Bunny   Bunny
Strips: 5279 - 5368
Dates: 12/04/1950 - 03/17/1951
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG38] - [plot unknown]

75 Cubes   Cubes
Strips: 5369 - 5440
Dates: 03/19/1951 - 06/09/1951
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG39] - [plot unknown]

76 The Case of the Murdered Studio Boss   The Case of the Murdered Studio Boss
Strips: 5441 - 5494
Dates: 06/11/1951 - 08/11/1951
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG40] - [plot unknown]

77 Rednik Spyster   Rednik Spyster
Strips: 5495 - 5554
Dates: 08/13/1951 - 10/20/1951
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG41] - [plot unknown]

78 Speedy Slyder   Speedy Slyder
Strips: 5555 - 5662
Dates: 10/22/1951 - 02/23/1952
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG42] - [plot unknown]

79 Mitzi Vinsyn   Mitzi Vinsyn
Strips: 5663 - 5698
Dates: 02/25/1952 - 04/05/1952
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG43] - [plot unknown]

80 Words   Words
Strips: 5699 - 5824
Dates: 04/07/1952 - 08/30/1952
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG44] - [plot unknown]

81 Fresh Water Barracuda   Fresh Water Barracuda
Strips: 5825 - 5860
Dates: 09/01/1952 - 10/11/1952
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG45] - [plot unknown]

82 Doctor Ternkote   Doctor Ternkote
Strips: 5861 - 5917
Dates: 10/13/1952 - 12/17/1952
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG46] - [plot unknown]

83 Joe Otterfoot   Joe Otterfoot
Strips: 5918 - 6033
Dates: 12/18/1952 - 05/01/1953
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG47] - [plot unknown]

84 Dodo Jones   Dodo Jones
Strips: 6034 - 6123
Dates: 05/02/1953 - 08/14/1953
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG48] - [plot unknown]

85 The Abysmal H-Bomb   The Abysmal H-Bomb
Strips: 6124 - 6165
Dates: 08/15/1953 - 10/02/1953
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG49] - [plot unknown]

86 Any Service Inc.   Any Service Inc.
Strips: 6166 - 6250
Dates: 10/03/1953 - 01/09/1954
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG50] - [plot unknown]

87 Wrinkles   Wrinkles
Strips: 6251 - 6286
Dates: 01/11/1954 - 02/20/1954
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG51] - [plot unknown]

88 Big Bobo   Big Bobo
Strips: 6287 - 6370
Dates: 02/22/1954 - 05/29/1954
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG52] - [plot unknown]

89 Three Eyes Egon   Three Eyes Egon
Strips: 6371 - 6406
Dates: 05/31/1954 - 07/10/1954
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG53] - [plot unknown]

90 Iggys Crocs   Iggys Crocs
Strips: 6407 - 6454
Dates: 07/12/1954 - 09/04/1954
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG54] - [plot unknown]

91 Wildas Recall   Wildas Recall
Strips: 6455 - 6490
Dates: 09/06/1954 - 10/16/1954
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG55] - [plot unknown]

92 Mundy Wash   Mundy Wash
Strips: 6491 - 6526
Dates: 10/18/1954 - 11/27/1954
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG56] - [plot unknown]

93 Dr. Exxils Formula   Dr. Exxils Formula
Strips: 6527 - 6556
Dates: 11/29/1954 - 01/01/1955
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG57] - [plot unknown]

94 Bargain Benny   Bargain Benny
Strips: 6557 - 6658
Dates: 01/03/1955 - 04/30/1955
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG58] - [plot unknown]

95 Big Feet Tolsen   Big Feet Tolsen
Strips: 6659 - 6700
Dates: 05/02/1955 - 06/18/1955
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG60] - [plot unknown]

96 Professor Kringle   Professor Kringle
Strips: 6701 - 6748
Dates: 06/20/1955 - 08/13/1955
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG61] - [plot unknown]

97 Bennys Revenge   Bennys Revenge
Strips: 6749 - 6802
Dates: 08/15/1955 - 10/15/1955
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG62] - [plot unknown]

98 Sweet Sue   Sweet Sue
Strips: 6803 - 6886
Dates: 10/17/1955 - 01/21/1956
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG63] - [plot unknown]

99 Finding Wilda   Finding Wilda
Strips: 6887 - 6922
Dates: 01/23/1956 - 03/03/1956
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG64] - [plot unknown]

100 Doctor Doon   Doctor Doon
Strips: 6923 - 6976
Dates: 03/05/1956 - 05/05/1956
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG65] - [plot unknown]

101 Crooks Motel   Crooks Motel
Strips: 6977 - 7012
Dates: 05/07/1956 - 06/16/1956
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG66] - [plot unknown]

102 Lanky Elf   Lanky Elf
Strips: 7013 - 7084
Dates: 06/18/1956 - 09/08/1956
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG67] - [plot unknown]

103 Eel Harris   Eel Harris
Strips: 7085 - 7125
Dates: 09/10/1956 - 10/26/1956
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG68] - [plot unknown]

104 Any Service   Any Service
Strips: 7126 - 7216
Dates: 10/27/1956 - 02/09/1957
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG69] - [plot unknown]

105 Gunner Yomono   Gunner Yomono
Strips: 7217 - 7264
Dates: 02/11/1957 - 04/06/1957
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG70] - [plot unknown]

106 Lucky Logan   Lucky Logan
Strips: 7265 - 7330
Dates: 04/08/1957 - 06/22/1957
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG71] - [plot unknown]

107 The Counterfeit Plate Caper   The Counterfeit Plate Caper
Strips: 7331 - 7378
Dates: 06/24/1957 - 08/17/1957
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG72] - [plot unknown]

108 Iggys Treasure   Iggys Treasure
Strips: 7379 - 7432
Dates: 08/19/1957 - 10/19/1957
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG71] - [plot unknown]

109 The Singer   The Singer
Strips: 7433 - 7480
Dates: 10/21/1957 - 12/14/1957
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG74] - [plot unknown]

110 Ilsa Kane   Ilsa Kane
Strips: 7481 - 7528
Dates: 12/16/1957 - 02/08/1958
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG75] - [plot unknown]

111 Gloves Gordon   Gloves Gordon
Strips: 7529 - 7588
Dates: 02/10/1958 - 04/19/1958
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG76] - [plot unknown]

112 Off Target Missiles   Off Target Missiles
Strips: 7589 - 7648
Dates: 04/21/1958 - 06/28/1958
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG77] - [plot unknown]

113 Jason Maison   Jason Maison
Strips: 7649 - 7726
Dates: 06/30/1958 - 09/27/1958
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG78] - [plot unknown]

114 The Jorgorainian Caper   The Jorgorainian Caper
Strips: 7727 - 7798
Dates: 09/29/1958 - 12/20/1958
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG79] - [plot unknown]

115 Chylls   Chylls
Strips: 7799 - 7870
Dates: 12/22/1958 - 03/14/1959
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG80] - [plot unknown]

116 Secret of the Black Pearl   Secret of the Black Pearl
Strips: 7871 - 7909
Dates: 03/16/1959 - 04/29/1959
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG81] - [plot unknown]

117 Arnie Wilts   Arnie Wilts
Strips: 7910 - 7934
Dates: 04/30/1959 - 05/28/1959
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG82] - [plot unknown]

118 Targets Escape   Targets Escape
Strips: 7935 - 8008
Dates: 05/29/1959 - 08/22/1959
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG83] - [plot unknown]

119 Lujon   Lujon
Strips: 8009 - 8080
Dates: 08/24/1959 - 11/14/1959
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG84] - [plot unknown]

120 Angel   Angel
Strips: 8081 - 8140
Dates: 11/16/1959 - 01/23/1960
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG85] - [plot unknown]

121 Contraband Arms for Belvania   Contraband Arms for Belvania
Strips: 8141 - 8188
Dates: 01/25/1960 - 03/19/1960
Contributors: Mel Graff (writer), Mel Graff (artist)

[MG86] - [plot unknown]

122 Last Report   Last Report
Strips: 8189 - 8254
Dates: 03/21/1960 - 06/04/1960
Contributors: Bob Lubbers (writer), Bob Lubbers (artist)

[BL01] - [plot unknown]

123 The Endless Sky   The Endless Sky
Strips: 8255 - 8326
Dates: 06/05/1960 - 08/27/1960
Contributors: Bob Lubbers (writer), Bob Lubbers (artist)

[BL02] - [plot unknown]

124 Cruise to Nowhere   Cruise to Nowhere
Strips: 8327 - 8404
Dates: 08/29/1960 - 11/26/1960
Contributors: Bob Lubbers (writer), Bob Lubbers (artist)

[BL03] - [plot unknown]

125 Hot Night in Glacier City   Hot Night in Glacier City
Strips: 8405 - 8470
Dates: 11/28/1960 - 02/11/1961
Contributors: Bob Lubbers (writer), Bob Lubbers (artist)

[BL04] - [plot unknown]

126 Tears on Asphalt   Tears on Asphalt
Strips: 8471 - 8548
Dates: 02/13/1961 - 05/13/1961
Contributors: Bob Lubbers (writer), Bob Lubbers (artist)

[BL05] - [plot unknown]

127 Twenty Bucks for Honor   Twenty Bucks for Honor
Strips: 8549 - 8620
Dates: 05/15/1961 - 08/05/1961
Contributors: Bob Lubbers (writer), Bob Lubbers (artist)

[BL06] - [plot unknown]

128 The Mandarins Chessboard   The Mandarins Chessboard
Strips: 8621 - 8710
Dates: 08/07/1961 - 11/18/1961
Contributors: Bob Lubbers (writer), Bob Lubbers (artist)

[BL07] - [plot unknown]

129 Blind Alley   Blind Alley
Strips: 8711 - 8776
Dates: 11/20/1961 - 02/03/1962
Contributors: Bob Lubbers (writer), Bob Lubbers (artist)

[BL08] - [plot unknown]

130 The Amphora of the Czar   The Amphora of the Czar
Strips: 8777 - 8842
Dates: 02/05/1962 - 04/21/1962
Contributors: Bob Lubbers (writer), Bob Lubbers (artist)

[BL09] - [plot unknown]

131 Saturday Night   Saturday Night
Strips: 8843 - 8902
Dates: 04/23/1962 - 06/30/1962
Contributors: Bob Lubbers (writer), Bob Lubbers (artist)

[BL10] - [plot unknown]

132 Black Stage   Black Stage
Strips: 8903 - 8968
Dates: 07/02/1962 - 09/15/1962
Contributors: Bob Lubbers (writer), Bob Lubbers (artist)

[BL11] - [plot unknown]

133 Enemy at My Side   Enemy at My Side
Strips: 8969 - 9034
Dates: 09/17/1962 - 12/01/1962
Contributors: Bob Lubbers (writer), Bob Lubbers (artist)

[BL12] - [plot unknown]

134 Crime Syndicate   Crime Syndicate
Strips: 9035 - 9100
Dates: 12/03/1962 - 02/16/1963
Contributors: Bob Lubbers (writer), Bob Lubbers (artist)

[BL13] - [plot unknown]

135 Two Needles in the Haystack   Two Needles in the Haystack
Strips: 9101 - 9166
Dates: 02/18/1963 - 05/04/1963
Contributors: Bob Lubbers (writer), Bob Lubbers (artist)

[BL14] - [plot unknown]

136 Moment of Violence   Moment of Violence
Strips: 9167 - 9232
Dates: 05/06/1963 - 07/20/1963
Contributors: Bob Lubbers (writer), Bob Lubbers (artist)

[BL15] - [plot unknown]

137 Spy War   Spy War
Strips: 9233 - 9298
Dates: 07/22/1963 - 10/05/1963
Contributors: Bob Lubbers (writer), Bob Lubbers (artist)

[BL16] - [plot unknown]

138 The 18-Karat Holdup   The 18-Karat Holdup
Strips: 9299 - 9370
Dates: 10/07/1963 - 12/28/1963
Contributors: Bob Lubbers (writer), Bob Lubbers (artist)

[BL17] - [plot unknown]

139 Perfect Alibi   Perfect Alibi
Strips: 9371 - 9448
Dates: 12/30/1963 - 03/28/1964
Contributors: Bob Lubbers (writer), Bob Lubbers (artist)

[BL18] - [plot unknown]

140 Sticks Between the Wheels   Sticks Between the Wheels
Strips: 9449 - 9514
Dates: 03/30/1964 - 06/13/1964
Contributors: Bob Lubbers (writer), Bob Lubbers (artist)

[BL19] - [plot unknown]

141 Puzzle For Two   Puzzle For Two
Strips: 9515 - 9586
Dates: 06/15/1964 - 09/05/1964
Contributors: Bob Lubbers (writer), Bob Lubbers (artist)

[BL20] - [plot unknown]

142 The Fake Paradise   The Fake Paradise
Strips: 9587 - 9664
Dates: 09/07/1964 - 12/05/1964
Contributors: Bob Lubbers (writer), Bob Lubbers (artist)

[BL21] - [plot unknown]

143 Diplomatic Courier   Diplomatic Courier
Strips: 9665 - 9730
Dates: 12/07/1964 - 02/20/1965
Contributors: Bob Lubbers (writer), Bob Lubbers (artist)

[BL22] - [plot unknown]

144 Island of Luxury   Island of Luxury
Strips: 9731 - 9814
Dates: 02/22/1965 - 05/29/1965
Contributors: Bob Lubbers (writer), Bob Lubbers (artist)

[BL23] - [plot unknown]

145 The Leopard Spy   The Leopard Spy
Strips: 9815 - 9898
Dates: 05/31/1965 - 09/04/1965
Contributors: Bob Lubbers (writer), Bob Lubbers (artist)

[BL24] - [plot unknown]

146 The Robber Mistress   The Robber Mistress
Strips: 9899 - 9946
Dates: 09/06/1965 - 10/30/1965
Contributors: Bob Lubbers (writer), Bob Lubbers (artist)

[BL25] - [plot unknown]

147 The Red Tiger   The Red Tiger
Strips: 9947 - 10024
Dates: 11/01/1965 - 01/29/1966
Contributors: Bob Lubbers (writer), Bob Lubbers (artist)

[BL26] - [plot unknown]

148 In Southeast Asia   In Southeast Asia
Strips: 10025 - 10078
Dates: 01/31/1966 - 04/02/1966
Contributors: Bob Lubbers (writer), Bob Lubbers (artist)

[BL27] - [plot unknown]

149 Dangerous Hunting   Dangerous Hunting
Strips: 10079 - 10150
Dates: 04/04/1966 - 06/25/1966
Contributors: Bob Lubbers (writer), Bob Lubbers (artist)

[BL28] - [plot unknown]

150 Mission to Paris   Mission to Paris
Strips: 10151 - 10210
Dates: 06/27/1966 - 09/03/1966
Contributors: Bob Lubbers (writer), Bob Lubbers (artist)

[BL29] - [plot unknown]

151 U.F.O.   U.F.O.
Strips: 10211 - 10258
Dates: 09/05/1966 - 10/29/1966
Contributors: Bob Lubbers (writer), Bob Lubbers (artist)

[BL30] - [plot unknown]

152 Narcotics Contraband   Narcotics Contraband
Strips: 10259 - 10336
Dates: 10/31/1966 - 01/28/1967
Contributors: Bob Lubbers (writer), Bob Lubbers (artist)

[BL32] - [plot unknown]

153 Operation Marina Vladcheck   Operation Marina Vladcheck
Strips: 10337 - 10396
Dates: 01/30/1967 - 04/08/1967
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW01] - [plot unknown]

154 Death in the Caribbean   Death in the Caribbean
Strips: 10397 - 10468
Dates: 04/10/1967 - 07/01/1967
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW02] - [plot unknown]

155 Blood For a Key   Blood For a Key
Strips: 10469 - 10528
Dates: 07/03/1967 - 09/09/1967
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW03] - [plot unknown]

156 Conditioning Process   Conditioning Process
Strips: 10529 - 10600
Dates: 09/11/1967 - 12/02/1967
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW04] - [plot unknown]

157 A Jewel For Blackmail   A Jewel For Blackmail
Strips: 10601 - 10666
Dates: 12/04/1967 - 02/17/1968
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW05] - [plot unknown]

158 Army Contraband   Army Contraband
Strips: 10667 - 10732
Dates: 02/19/1968 - 05/04/1968
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW06] - [plot unknown]

159 Hell at Eagle Bend   Hell at Eagle Bend
Strips: 10733 - 10804
Dates: 05/06/1968 - 07/27/1968
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW07] - [plot unknown]

160 Information Leak   Information Leak
Strips: 10805 - 10870
Dates: 07/29/1968 - 10/12/1968
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW08] - [plot unknown]

161 Sophias Twin   Sophias Twin
Strips: 10871 - 10942
Dates: 10/14/1968 - 01/04/1969
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW09] - [plot unknown]

162 Madame Lei   Madame Lei
Strips: 10943 - 11002
Dates: 01/06/1969 - 03/15/1969
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW10] - [plot unknown]

163 The Fugitive   The Fugitive
Strips: 11003 - 11080
Dates: 03/17/1969 - 06/14/1969
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW11] - [plot unknown]

164 Pirate Submarine   Pirate Submarine
Strips: 11081 - 11146
Dates: 06/16/1969 - 08/30/1969
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW12] - [plot unknown]

165 The Sheiks Wife   The Sheiks Wife
Strips: 11147 - 11212
Dates: 09/01/1969 - 11/15/1969
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW13] - [plot unknown]

166 The Spy Novel   The Spy Novel
Strips: 11213 - 11284
Dates: 11/17/1969 - 02/07/1970
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW14] - [plot unknown]

167 Tragic Westerns   Tragic Westerns
Strips: 11285 - 11356
Dates: 02/09/1970 - 05/02/1970
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW15] - [plot unknown]

168 Hunting in the Caribbean   Hunting in the Caribbean
Strips: 11357 - 11428
Dates: 05/04/1970 - 07/25/1970
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW16] - [plot unknown]

169 An Unusual Kidnapping   An Unusual Kidnapping
Strips: 11429 - 11500
Dates: 07/27/1970 - 10/17/1970
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW17] - [plot unknown]

170 The Valley of the Monsters   The Valley of the Monsters
Strips: 11501 - 11590
Dates: 10/19/1970 - 01/30/1971
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW18] - [plot unknown]

171 Prisoner of the Monastery   Prisoner of the Monastery
Strips: 11591 - 11668
Dates: 02/01/1971 - 05/01/1971
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW19] - [plot unknown]

172 A Stand-In for Death   A Stand-In for Death
Strips: 11669 - 11746
Dates: 05/03/1971 - 07/31/1971
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW20] - [plot unknown]

173 Money War   Money War
Strips: 0 - 11812
Dates: 08/01/1971 - 10/16/1971
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW21] - [plot unknown]

174 The Treasure of the Pharaoh   The Treasure of the Pharaoh
Strips: 11813 - 11884
Dates: 10/18/1971 - 01/08/1972
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW22] - [plot unknown]

175 The Triad   The Triad
Strips: 11885 - 11962
Dates: 01/10/1972 - 04/08/1972
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW23] - [plot unknown]

176 Suspense on Stardock One   Suspense on Stardock One
Strips: 11963 - 12022
Dates: 04/10/1972 - 06/17/1972
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW24] - [plot unknown]

177 Wedded Weapon   Wedded Weapon
Strips: 12023 - 12094
Dates: 06/19/1972 - 09/09/1972
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW25] - [plot unknown]

178 Who Stole Deadly Virus X   Who Stole Deadly Virus X
Strips: 12095 - 12160
Dates: 09/11/1972 - 11/25/1972
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW26] - [plot unknown]

179 The Case of a Dead One For a Live One   The Case of a Dead One For a Live One
Strips: 12161 - 12220
Dates: 11/27/1972 - 02/03/1973
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW27] - [plot unknown]

180 Condor of the Andes   Condor of the Andes
Strips: 12221 - 12310
Dates: 02/05/1973 - 05/19/1973
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW28] - [plot unknown]

181 Contest of Champions   Contest of Champions
Strips: 12311 - 12388
Dates: 05/21/1973 - 08/18/1973
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW29] - [plot unknown]

182 Nemesis of Justice   Nemesis of Justice
Strips: 12389 - 12460
Dates: 08/20/1973 - 11/10/1973
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW30] - [plot unknown]

183 Diabolical Agreement   Diabolical Agreement
Strips: 12461 - 12538
Dates: 11/12/1973 - 02/09/1974
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW31] - [plot unknown]

184 Iron Dragon   Iron Dragon
Strips: 12539 - 12616
Dates: 02/11/1974 - 05/11/1974
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW32] - [plot unknown]

185 Lady Vengeance   Lady Vengeance
Strips: 12617 - 12688
Dates: 05/13/1974 - 08/03/1974
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW33] - [plot unknown]

186 Idol of Xotuchal   Idol of Xotuchal
Strips: 12689 - 12766
Dates: 08/05/1974 - 11/02/1974
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW34] - [plot unknown]

187 Creature of the Abyss   Creature of the Abyss
Strips: 12767 - 12856
Dates: 11/04/1974 - 02/15/1975
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW35] - [plot unknown]

188 Swindle of Madame Satan   Swindle of Madame Satan
Strips: 12857 - 12940
Dates: 02/17/1975 - 05/24/1975
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW36] - [plot unknown]

189 Galaxy Studios Presents   Galaxy Studios Presents
Strips: 12941 - 13024
Dates: 05/26/1975 - 08/30/1975
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW37] - [plot unknown]

190 Secret of the Lost Island   Secret of the Lost Island
Strips: 13025 - 13126
Dates: 09/01/1975 - 12/27/1975
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW38] - [plot unknown]

191 Election in Gulf City   Election in Gulf City
Strips: 13127 - 13204
Dates: 12/29/1975 - 03/27/1976
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW39] - [plot unknown]

192 Monster of the Mountain   Monster of the Mountain
Strips: 13205 - 13306
Dates: 03/29/1976 - 07/24/1976
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW40] - [plot unknown]

193 Cellini Medallions   Cellini Medallions
Strips: 13307 - 13396
Dates: 07/26/1976 - 11/06/1976
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW41] - [plot unknown]

194 Corrigan in a Trap   Corrigan in a Trap
Strips: 13397 - 13462
Dates: 11/08/1976 - 01/22/1977
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW42] - [plot unknown]

195 Travel Between Dimensions   Travel Between Dimensions
Strips: 13463 - 13582
Dates: 01/24/1977 - 06/11/1977
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW43] - [plot unknown]

196 The Island of Van Eden   The Island of Van Eden
Strips: 13583 - 13678
Dates: 06/13/1977 - 10/01/1977
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW44] - [plot unknown]

197 The Twelfth Statue   The Twelfth Statue
Strips: 13679 - 13786
Dates: 10/03/1977 - 02/04/1978
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW45] - [plot unknown]

198 World War   World War
Strips: 13787 - 13918
Dates: 02/06/1978 - 07/08/1978
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW46] - [plot unknown]

199 The Eyes of Kushna   The Eyes of Kushna
Strips: 13919 - 14014
Dates: 07/10/1978 - 10/28/1978
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW47] - [plot unknown]

200 The Black Sword   The Black Sword
Strips: 14015 - 14098
Dates: 10/30/1978 - 02/03/1979
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW48] - [plot unknown]

201 The Criminal Genius   The Criminal Genius
Strips: 14099 - 14211
Dates: 02/05/1979 - 06/15/1979
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW49] - [plot unknown]

202 The Inner Circle   The Inner Circle
Strips: 14239 - 14332
Dates: 07/18/1979 - 11/03/1979
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW50] - [plot unknown]

203 In the Kingdom of Neptune   In the Kingdom of Neptune
Strips: 14333 - 14410
Dates: 11/05/1979 - 02/02/1980
Contributors: Al Williamson (writer), Archie Goodwin (artist)

[AW51] - [plot unknown]

204 Treachery in Coastal City   Treachery in Coastal City
Strips: 14411 - 14476
Dates: 02/04/1980 - 04/19/1980
Contributors: George Evans (writer), George Evans (artist)

[GE01] - [plot unknown]

205 Missiles and Bicycles   Missiles and Bicycles
Strips: 14477 - 14566
Dates: 04/21/1980 - 08/02/1980
Contributors: George Evans (writer), George Evans (artist)

[GE02] - [plot unknown]

206 Anina Kreemar   Anina Kreemar
Strips: 14567 - 14632
Dates: 08/04/1980 - 10/18/1980
Contributors: George Evans (writer), George Evans (artist)

[GE03] - [plot unknown]

207 The Strange Visitor   The Strange Visitor
Strips: 14633 - 14728
Dates: 10/20/1980 - 02/07/1981
Contributors: George Evans (writer), George Evans (artist)

[GE04] - [plot unknown]

208 Corruption in the FBI   Corruption in the FBI
Strips: 14729 - 14818
Dates: 02/09/1981 - 05/23/1981
Contributors: George Evans (writer), George Evans (artist)

[GE05] - [plot unknown]

209 The Arm That Kills   The Arm That Kills
Strips: 14819 - 14896
Dates: 05/25/1981 - 08/22/1981
Contributors: George Evans (writer), George Evans (artist)

[GE06] - [plot unknown]

210 Corrigan vs. Lightfingers   Corrigan vs. Lightfingers
Strips: 14897 - 14986
Dates: 08/24/1981 - 12/05/1981
Contributors: George Evans (writer), George Evans (artist)

[GE07] - [plot unknown]

211 The Emperor   The Emperor
Strips: 14987 - 15091
Dates: 12/07/1981 - 04/07/1982
Contributors: George Evans (writer), George Evans (artist)

[GE08] - [plot unknown]

212 The Trident   The Trident
Strips: 15092 - 15214
Dates: 04/08/1982 - 08/28/1982
Contributors: George Evans (writer), George Evans (artist)

[GE09] - [plot unknown]

213 Valhalla of the Dead   Valhalla of the Dead
Strips: 15215 - 15334
Dates: 08/30/1982 - 01/15/1983
Contributors: George Evans (writer), George Evans (artist)

[GE10] - [plot unknown]

214 Mortality Test   Mortality Test
Strips: 15335 - 15460
Dates: 01/17/1983 - 06/11/1983
Contributors: George Evans (writer), George Evans (artist)

[GE11] - [plot unknown]

215 The Light Pump   The Light Pump
Strips: 15461 - 15568
Dates: 06/13/1983 - 10/15/1983
Contributors: George Evans (writer), George Evans (artist)

[GE12] - [plot unknown]

216 Empire of Crime   Empire of Crime
Strips: 15569 - 15700
Dates: 10/17/1983 - 03/17/1984
Contributors: George Evans (writer), George Evans (artist)

[GE13] - [plot unknown]

217 The Brusst-Gnout Case   The Brusst-Gnout Case
Strips: 15701 - 15784
Dates: 03/19/1984 - 06/23/1984
Contributors: George Evans (writer), George Evans (artist)

[GE14] - [plot unknown]

218 The Candidate   The Candidate
Strips: 15785 - 15886
Dates: 06/25/1984 - 10/20/1984
Contributors: George Evans (writer), George Evans (artist)

[GE15] - [plot unknown]

219 The Pusher   The Pusher
Strips: 15887 - 15969
Dates: 10/22/1984 - 01/25/1985
Contributors: George Evans (writer), George Evans (artist)

[GE16] - [plot unknown]

220 The Mole   The Mole
Strips: 15970 - 16126
Dates: 01/26/1985 - 07/27/1985
Contributors: George Evans (writer), George Evans (artist)

[GE17] - [plot unknown]

221 Anti-Power Power   Anti-Power Power
Strips: 16127 - 16271
Dates: 07/29/1985 - 01/13/1986
Contributors: George Evans (writer), George Evans (artist)

[GE18] - [plot unknown]

222 Snuff For Sport   Snuff For Sport
Strips: 16272 - 16374
Dates: 01/14/1986 - 05/13/1986
Contributors: George Evans (writer), George Evans (artist)

[GE19] - [plot unknown]

223 Election Blackmail   Election Blackmail
Strips: 16375 - 16509
Dates: 05/14/1986 - 10/17/1986
Contributors: George Evans (writer), George Evans (artist)

[GE20] - [plot unknown]

224 [Unknown Title] (dates estimated)   [Unknown Title] (dates estimated)
Strips: 16510 - 16636
Dates: 10/18/1986 - 03/14/1987
Contributors: George Evans (writer), George Evans (artist)

[GE21] - [plot unknown]

225 [Unknown Title] (dates estimated)   [Unknown Title] (dates estimated)
Strips: 0 - 16768
Dates: 04/26/1997 - 08/15/1987
Contributors: George Evans (writer), George Evans (artist)

[GE22] - [plot unknown]

226 [Unknown Title] (dates estimated)   [Unknown Title] (dates estimated)
Strips: 16778 - 16900
Dates: 08/27/1987 - 01/16/1988
Contributors: George Evans (writer), George Evans (artist)

[GE23] - [plot unknown]

227 [Unknown Title] (dates estimated)   [Unknown Title] (dates estimated)
Strips: 16901 - 17032
Dates: 01/18/1988 - 06/18/1988
Contributors: George Evans (writer), George Evans (artist)

[GE24] - [plot unknown]

228 [Unknown Title] (dates estimated)   [Unknown Title] (dates estimated)
Strips: 17033 - 17164
Dates: 06/20/1988 - 11/19/1988
Contributors: George Evans (writer), George Evans (artist)

[GE25] - [plot unknown]

229 [Unknown Title] (dates estimated)   [Unknown Title] (dates estimated)
Strips: 17165 - 17266
Dates: 11/21/1988 - 03/18/1989
Contributors: George Evans (writer), George Evans (artist)

[GE26] - [plot unknown]

230 [Unknown Title] (dates estimated)   [Unknown Title] (dates estimated)
Strips: 17267 - 17398
Dates: 03/20/1989 - 08/19/1989
Contributors: George Evans (writer), George Evans (artist)

[GE28] - [plot unknown]

231 [Unknown Title] (dates estimated)   [Unknown Title] (dates estimated)
Strips: 17399 - 17506
Dates: 08/21/1989 - 12/23/1989
Contributors: George Evans (writer), George Evans (artist)

[GE29] - [plot unknown]

232 The Master   The Master
Strips: 17507 - 17608
Dates: 12/25/1989 - 04/21/1990
Contributors: George Evans (writer), George Evans (artist)

[GE30] - [plot unknown]

233 Madness of a President   Madness of a President
Strips: 17609 - 17756
Dates: 04/23/1990 - 10/11/1990
Contributors: George Evans (writer), George Evans (artist)

[GE31] - [plot unknown]

MY COMMENTS

Any series that has been done by different people over the course of many decades will likely have a wide range of good and bad. IMHO, the adventures of Secret Agent X-9, aka Agent Corrigan, aka Phil Corrigan, ranged from awesome to not bad.

Having had the pleasure of reading a tremendous number of the story arcs, thanks to the Internet, I will admit to some being less than stellar though never bad but some, especially those of the Goodwin/Williamson era were awesomely entertaining, so much so that I bought all 5 of the hardbound collections. I also paid money to get the original run of Hammett/Raymond tales as well as the last collection of George Evans. Being cheap as I am, that says something about how much I enjoyed this series.

For a Grade, I gave it an A- for the overall oeuvre. The Goodwin/Williamson definitely deserve an A+ but there are stretches of others that warrant of B or B-.

GRADE

My Grade: A-

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