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Fowler, Dan. Dan Fowler was created by “C.K.M. Scanlon,” a house pseudonym for Standard Magazines which in this case was used by Major George Fielding-Eliot, and appeared in 112 short stories in G-Men and three novels from 1935 to 1953, beginning with “Snatch!” G-Men #1 (Oct. 1935). Federal agent Dan Fowler is the "Scourge of the Underworld," "the World's Greatest Manhunter," and "The Ace of the F.B.I." He is tough, cunning, well-armed, and dangerous, and he always gets his man, whether his enemies are gold smugglers, hijackers, Hollywood crime lords, saboteurs, Bundists, Tong hatchetmen, Yellow Perils, or bank robbers. His partner is Larry Kendall.
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