CLUE CATCHERS

CLUE CATCHERS

Pat Dingle wife of Adrian Dingle wrote this detective story which featured a father and son detective team. It appeared in Triumph-Adventure Comics. Clues to solve the mystery were placed throughout the story. At the end the reader was asked to solve the mystery before the answer was given.

“Clue Catchers” ended with Triumph Adventure Comics, 1-6 when Hillborough Studios was absorbed by Bell Features.

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“Clue-Catchers: Death At The Galaxy.” Writ., Pat Dingle. Illus., Adrian Dingle. Pen name, Pat C. Triumph Adventure Comics, 1-1, Aug.1941: 40-49 (upper half).

“Clue-Catchers.” Writ., Pat Dingle. Illus., Adrian Dingle. Pen name, Pat C. Triumph Adventure Comics, 1-2, Sept. 1941: 54-62.

“Clue-Catchers.” Writ., Pat Dingle. (Based on story submitted by Fred Butland of Fredericton, N.B.) Illus., Adrian Dingle. Pen name, Pat C. Triumph Adventure Comics, 1-4, Nov.1941: 18-22.

“Clue-Catchers.” Writ., Pat Dingle. Illus., Adrian Dingle. Pen name, Pat C. Triumph Adventure Comics, 1-5, Jan.1942:1-10.

“Clue-Catchers, the Maniac’s Revenge.” Writ., Pat Dingle. Illus., Adrian Dingle. Pen name, Pat C. Triumph Adventure Comics, 1-6, Feb. 1942: 44-53 (upper half).

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CLUE CATCHERS, Triumph, 1-1, Aug

Illus., Adrian Dingle. Triumph Adventure Comics, 1-1, Aug. 1941: 40

CLUE CATCHERS, Triumph, 1-4, Nov

Illus., Adrian Dingle. Triumph Adventure Comics, 1-4, Nov. 1941: 22.

CLUE CATCHERS, Triumph, 1-6

Illus., Adrian Dingle. Triumph Adventure Comics, 1-6, Feb. 1942: 46.

Source:

Magazine text:

“A conversation with Adrian and Pat Dingle and Bill Thomas.” Writ., Dave Sim. Now and Then Times,

1-2, Oct.1973: 27+. Print.