Tales of the Bagman
In the mid 1930s, Chicago was one of the fastest growing metropolises in the country. Situated on mighty Lake Michigan, it was the home to millions ... Show synopsis In the mid 1930s, Chicago was one of the fastest growing metropolises in the country. Situated on mighty Lake Michigan, it was the home to millions of hard working Americans looking to a better themselves. The Windy City was also shackled by its bootleg history, a time of violent gang wars that had permanently established a brutal underworld empire second to none. Corruption was the order of the day and both the police and government were in the pocket of the mob bosses. Frank "Mac" McCullough was a foot-soldier in one of the city's toughest crime families until he was ordered to rough up his uncle; a decent man with a gambling problem. The innate decency in Mac rebelled and suddenly he found himself up against the very men he had once admired and followed. Determined to put an end to their lawlessness, he put a bag over his head as a crude disguise only to become labeled the Bagman by the press. Writer B.C. Bells tells the amazing stories of old Chicago's most unique hero. Aided by solely by a tough, black WW I veteran named Crankshaft, the Mac wages war against the mobs in fast paced, non-stop action tales pulp fans will cheer. Featuring nine illustrations by Kelly Evereart and a cover by Laura Givens. Airship 27 Productions is thrilled to present pulpdom's newest avenger, THE BAGMAN.