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Crimebuster (Lev Gleason)
Real Name: Charles "Chuck" Chandler
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Chuck Chandler, a military school cadet, is outraged by the deaths of his parents at the hands of the Nazis and the villainous Ironjaw. Wearing his hockey uniform plus a cape, Chuck attacks first Ironjaw and then the Axis forces and crime. His partner is Squeeks, a pet monkey.


First Appearance: Boy Comics (1942) #3

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Boy Comics (1942)
Golden Age Greats (1994)
Men of Mystery Comics (1999)

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