Publication Dates: October-November 1947 – April-May 1958
Number of Issues Published: 92 (#v2#1  – #v11#2 )
Color: Full Color
Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U.S; Later Standard Silver Age U.S.
Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior
Publishing Format: was On-Going Series
Numbering continues in Fargo Kid (Prize, 1958 series).
Issue #v7#5 has #60 on the cover, when it should have had #59. To correct this misnumbering, issue #v7#6 has 60A on the cover.
Information thanks to the Grand Comics Database
Justice Traps The Guilty is a publication of the crime comics genre created by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby. The comic began with an October/November 1947 issue. It followed the successful revamping of Headline Comics (For The American Boy) by Simon and Kirby, beginning in March 1947.
Justice Traps The Guilty returned to newsstands in the first part of 1948. Simon and Kirby accounted for the majority of the covers, along with one or two stories in each issue. Queen of the Speed Ball Mob in issue #4 (May 1948) tells the story of Belle Munson in flashback form, as told from her bed in a prison hospital. She confesses to the police who captured her.