Old Chicago has a new hero, the Bagman. Created by writer B.C. Bell, the Bagman is former gangster Frank McCullough who goes straight and becomes a crime-buster to protect the good people of the Windy City. These stories mix fast-paced action and humor in the finest pulp tradition.
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It is the summer of 1933 and the Windy City is hosting the fabulous World's Fair. The famous Navy Pier along the shores of Lake Michigan is invaded by thousands of tourists from around the nation and the world; all there to marvel at the newest scientific advancements on display. But within this glittering pleasure park of wonder lurks a devilish fiend set upon causing mass destruction and ruining the Fair.
A new gang boss is taking over the meat-packing district of Chicago and his tools are murder and intimidation. He calls himself the Butcher and the trail of death and destruction he leaves in his wake is a testament to that moniker. Now it will take all of the Bagman's skills and know-how to unmask this savage foe and save the streets of the Windy City from a new and bloody gang war.