Police Comics #1 (Aug. 1941):
“The Origin of 711”
by George E. Brenner

Police Comics #1

Title: “The Origin of 711”

Medium: comic

Cover date: Aug. 1941

Publisher: Quality
Written by: George E. Brenner
Art by: George E. Brenner

Number of Pages: 6

8 characters in this story:

(Click links for info about character
and his/her religious practice, affiliation, etc.)
Pub. #
#711 #711 (Dan Dyce)
(lead character)
  [1st app: Police Comics #1 (Aug. 1941)] Quality 15
Jake Horn Jake Horn supporting character villain
  [criminal who Dan Dyce switched places with, to become #711] Quality 1
Slick Panzer Slick Panzer (Panzer) villain
  [swindled widow out of $250,000; #711's first case] Quality 1
Westmoor Prison Westmoor Prison supporting character group
  [prison where #711 is falsely incarcerated (but can escape)] Quality 15
unnamed district attorney unnamed district attorney
(1-panel cameo, pg. 17, panel 6)
supporting character
  [#711 turned over money (recovered from Panzer) to him] Quality 1
unnamed warden unnamed warden
(1-panel cameo, pg. 13, panel 5)
supporting character
  [warden over prison where #711 was incarcerated] Quality 2
Mary Horn Mary Horn
supporting character
  [wife of Jacob Horn (criminal #711 switched places with)] Quality 1
? Horn ? Horn
supporting character
  [Jacob Horn's newborn; inspired #711 to go to jail for Horn] Quality 1