Klaw, Murdoch, and Kerrigan—AKA the Suicide Squad—are the best the F.B.I. has to offer. Through nearly two dozen adventures, they battled spies, saboteurs, and even super-villains! This collection includes their next four stories:
- “The Masked Marksman’s Command Performance”: What happens when an irresistible force meets an immovable body? The answer, we’ll bet, would be something like the meeting between Ed Race, the Masked Marksman—and the Suicide Squad!
- “The Suicide Squad’s Dawn Patrol”: The Japanese were planning a barbarous air raid on America—that much was known to Kerrigan, Murdoch and Klaw, the F.B.I.’s indomitable Suicide Squad. When, where and How this hellish blitzkrieg was to come, they were grimly determined to find out, even if that meant permitting the lovely, evil Madam Setti to lure them to the reincarnated Japanese Diva-King—who could command men to destroy themselves!
- “The Suicide Squad Meets the Rising Sun”: We are all engaged in the defense of our great nation. But, in one of the most amazing chapters of this war, it became the grim task of Kerrigan, Murdoch and Klaw, three lone champions of democracy, to find and destroy a Japanese Army of nine thousand brutal fanatics—who were hidden here in the United States!
- “So Sorry, Mr. Hirohito!”: Kerrigan, Murdoch and Klaw, the famed Suicide Squad, had always fought side to side, welcoming any odds. But on that nightmare night in Valparaiso, Johnny Kerrigan stood alone against the Japanese horde, while Steve Klaw went to wrest the great ship-building works from the Axis—with a thirteen-year-old girl as his only ally!
Written by Emile C. Tepperman, cover by Rafael DeSoto
Ace G-Man #6: The Suicide Squad’s Dawn Patrol by Emile C. Tepperman contains the following stories:
- “The Masked Marksman’s Command Performance”
- “The Suicide Squad’s Dawn Patrol”
- “The Suicide Squad Meets the Rising Sun”
- “So Sorry, Mr. Hirohito!”