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Crossfire (1976) - #1
Spire Christian Comics

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Al Hartley

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Cover Date: 1976
Cover Price: US $ 0.39

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Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages

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Los Angeles Police Officer Matt Simon befriends and intercedes in the lives of the young people he encounters in the line of duty, most of whom are struggling with the ills that plague society: despair and suicide, drunk driving, neglectful parents, pornography, immorality and violence. Officer Simon shares his faith in Christ and offers practical, biblical solutions to their sufferings. The story takes a suspenseful turn when Officer Simon reports to the scene where a deranged criminal is holding two children hostage at gunpoint.

This one-shot features a full 32 pages of Al Hartley artwork. Fans of Hartley's work at ARCHIE and on Marvel's PATSY WALKER will appreciate this issue, which boasts a number of attractive young ladies and a beach party scene to boot. This issue's back and inside covers are advertisements for other titles in the Spire Comics line.

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