Panel 1: A trio of bank robbers in domino masks, pinstripe suits, and hats to match are holding up a bank. One, black-haired, has a full beard, one, a redhead, has a John Waters moustache, and the third, blond, is clean-shaven. The one with the full beard is threatening the teller while the other 2 keep watch.
Caption(Newspaper): "THE DIMELLO CRIME FAMILY OPERATES ON A TIGHT OVERHEAD. CHEAP
SUITS, CHEAP MASKS, FAKE GUNS. LUCKILY, WE NEVER NEEDED TO FIRE A SHOT, AS THE THREAT OF VIOLENCE WAS ENOUGH TO PREVENT IT."
Panel 2: The three divvy up the loot into four piles, one for each of them and a larger pile for the boss. A black Packard burns in the background.
Caption(Newspaper): "WE DESTROYED THE EVIDENCE, SPLIT THE TAKE, AND WENT OUR SEPARATE WAYS. WE MADE SURE TO LEAVE WELL MORE THAN ENOUGH FOR THE BOSS. WE'RE GOONS, NOT FOOLS, YOU KNOW."
Panel 3: We see the redhead in his office, typing away on a typewriter. The suit, hat, and mask are on a coatrack, and the false moustache is laid on his desk next to the typewriter. He has a hand-rolled cigarette in his mouth, and a thin trail of smoke fills the air. A small audio recorder has been taken from a pocket in the suit and lays on the desk.
Caption(Newspaper): -EXCERPTS FROM "I WAS A MOB TRIGGERMAN--FOR A DAY", PULITZER-WINNING EXPOSE FROM GOLDEN CITY SENTRY REPORTER JAMES OLSEN.