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More adventures of Charlie Biro’s Little Wise Guys, leading off with a NEW,- never- before -seen story!! Young millionaire Bart Hill is “saved” from a mugging by The Little Wise Guys, who do not suspect he is really the costumed , boomerang-wielding Reddevil. VERY Biroesque story and art, written by Bill Black, and illustrated by Frank Turner and Rik Levins. Guest starring Kilroy, the reporter. Then, a pair of classic stories reprinted from vintage Golden Age issues of Lev Gleason’s Daredevil Comics- “Not So Easy Money”, illustrated by Nornman Maurer, and “Swimmer In The Night”. Cover is black, white and red-toned, interiors are black and white with graytones. 36 pages. Printed in 1990.

"Presenting... Reddevil"

A modern retelling of the Little Wise Guys first meeting with Reddevil.

"Not So' Easy Money"

The Little Wise Guys race against time to stop an elderly couple from giving their life savings to con artists.

"Swimmer in the Night"

While working as life guards at the beach, the Little Wise Guys stumble across a Soviet spy ring.







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