The Clock

Issue Cover Appearance? Comment Reprinted In
Crack Comics #1 No 1st Appearance
Crack Comics #2 No
Crack Comics #3 No
Crack Comics #4 No
Crack Comics #5 No
Crack Comics #6 No (no title) - vs the Skull Gang
Crack Comics #7 No (no title) - vs "The Devil" and his "Robbers from Hades"
Crack Comics #8 No (no title) - vs. mobster Carone and his giant henchman, Stuporman
Crack Comics #9 No (no title) - vs. the Screw Gang, headed by the corrupt president of a local Chamber of Commerce
Crack Comics #10 No (no title) - framed for a series of murders, the Clock actually kills himself to have a near-death experience and communicate with one of the victims in order to learn the identity of the killer
Crack Comics #11 No
Crack Comics #12 No (no title) - solves murder of mob boss Hy Jakker
Crack Comics #13 No
Crack Comics #14 No
Crack Comics #15 No (no title) - captures criminal disguised as a werewolf
Crack Comics #16 No (no title) - captures escaped convict
Crack Comics #17 No (no title) - captures murderer "Killer" Kale after he fakes his own death
Crack Comics #18 No (no title) - vs. The Terror
Crack Comics #19 No (no title) - clears his own named after he has been framed
Crack Comics #20 No (no title) - captures the Gelton Gang
Crack Comics #21 No (no title) - rescues Tom-Boy named "Butch"
Crack Comics #22 No
Crack Comics #23 No (no title), vs Magoni
Crack Comics #24 No
Crack Comics #25 No
Crack Comics #26 No
Crack Comics #27 No "House of Horror", vs. Cyrus Voltan, a murderer with an interest in gems.
Crack Comics #28 No
Crack Comics #29 No
Crack Comics #30 No
Crack Comics #31 No
Crack Comics #32 No
Crack Comics #33 No
Crack Comics #34 No
Crack Comics #35 No
Feature #27 No (no title) - captures the Phantom Gang
Feature #28 Yes (no title) - captures the murderer of a local D.A.
Feature #29 No (no title) - captures the Reaper and his gang
Feature #30 Yes (no title) - captures spies
Feature #31 Yes

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