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Shorty Morgan

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Slam Bradley's Golden Age sidekick. He was the antithesis of Bradley in virtually every way. Decidedly unmacho, he was the comic foil for his at first unwilling partner. Many fans of the Golden Age Bradley point out that the character worked best in the very earliest stories than in the later ones, because the comedy was genuinely serving the story and the character of Bradley better. In later stories, Morgan is "expected" to be funny and thus the humor becomes more forced. Readers of the 21st century version of Slam Bradley have been spared his reappearance. Some Morgan-haters might gleefully argue that he didn't survive the Crisis, but there's no firm evidence one way or the other.


First Appearance: Detective Comics (1937) #1

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Detective Comics (1937)
Flashback Golden Age Comic Reprints (1970)
Klassiker der Comic-Literatur (2005)
The New York World's Fair Comics (1939)

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