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Published March 1937 by DC
The River Patrol
E. C. Stoner
E. C. Stoner
Vincent Sullivan
Cyril "Speed" Saunders (introduction); Mr. Moran (introduction); Hen Velsor (a bayman); Joe Plum (Velsor's partner); Lu; Jake; Cap'n Scum (villain, introduction); Luke (villain)
"The River Patrol" Speed investigates the murder of several Chinamen along the wharf area and uncovers a human smuggling operation.
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Story Title
The River Patrol
Writer
E. C. Stoner
Interior Art
E. C. Stoner
Cover Art
Vincent Sullivan
Character Appearances
Cyril "Speed" Saunders (introduction); Mr. Moran (introduction); Hen Velsor (a bayman); Joe Plum (Velsor's partner); Lu; Jake; Cap'n Scum (villain, introduction); Luke (villain)
Storyline
"The River Patrol" Speed investigates the murder of several Chinamen along the wharf area and uncovers a human smuggling operation.

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The Rhangwa Pearls
Script
Sven Elven (signed)
Pencils
Sven Elven (signed)
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A millionaire that has just bought the fabulously valuable Rhanggwa Pearls receives a letter from someone threatening to steal them.

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The Peruvian Mine Murders: Part 1
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?
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Creig Flessel
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Confronted by a series of murders, Bret forages into the Peruvian jungles to ascertain why a hole appears in each victim's throat, but they were not shot!

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The Claws of the Red Dragon
Script
Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson (signed)
Pencils
Tom Hickey (signed)
Story Line
Venturing into downtown San Francisco, Bruce finds it odd to see a Chinese restaurant among the buildings, and no one to wait upon him when he enters desiring a meal. Stranger still, another couple enters and is served anything they desire. When he decides to stick around and see what develops, he and the couple are suddenly grabbed and blindfolded!

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The Gotlotz Jewels
Script
Bill Patrick (signed)
Pencils
Bill Patrick (signed)
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Gus is sent to a rich woman's home to watch over her pearls during a party and nabs a man he sees pocketing them. Unfortunately for Gus, it is the Chief!

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The Balinoff Case: Part 1
Script
Jerry Siegel [as Jerome Siegel] (signed)
Pencils
Joe Shuster (signed)
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Bart is called on to volunteer for a secret spy case, but in doing so, he must forgo his own personal agenda, including his marriage to fiance Sally.

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The Gotrox Pearls
Script
Russell Cole [as Alger] (signed)
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Russell Cole [as Alger] (signed)
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Jake is called in to solve the theft of some pearls, and promptly discovers that there were no pearls in the first place!

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The Bar S Rustlers
Script
Homer Fleming (signed)
Pencils
Homer Fleming (signed)
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Buck is called in to discover the truth behind some rustling charges between two cattle ranchers that have had hard feelings for each other since a land deal went bad.

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The Streets of Chinatown
Script
Jerry Siegel [as Jerome Siegel] (signed)
Pencils
Joe Shuster (signed)
Story Line
The daughter of a chain-store magnate wants to hire Slam to guard her valuable poodle, and when he turns it down, Shorty volunteers.
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Published March 1937 by Eastern Color
Jimmy George
Merle Mullholand
Victor E. Pazmiño
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Published March 1937 by Eastern Color

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Writer
Jimmy George
Interior Art
Merle Mullholand
Cover Art
Victor E. Pazmiño

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Victor E. Pazmiño?
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Victor E. Pazmiño
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Tom Carlisle
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Tom Carlisle
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"Worried about his infected leg, Dillinger drove to Kentucky"
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Rex Collier
Pencils
Kemp Starrett ?
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Clifford McBride
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Clifford McBride
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Clare Victor Dwiggins
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Clare Victor Dwiggins
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"A dull thud startled Hurricane as he stood on the schooner's deck"
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Dick Calkins
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Russell Keaton
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"Oh-Here comes that old scratch Henrietta Hickupp"
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S. M. Iger [as Bob Bliss]
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S. M. Iger [as Bob Bliss]
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"Well, well- Fitz and Startz!-- What are you doing these days?"
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F. O. Alexander
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F. O. Alexander
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F. O. Alexander
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F. O. Alexander
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"They consulted Kedor-- a great astro-mavigator"
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Philip Francis Nowlan
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Rick Yager [as Dick Calkins] (signed)
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Ham Fisher
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Al Capp [as Ham Fisher]
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Ham Fisher
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Al Capp [as Ham Fisher]
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"Dickie and Dan are off on a new trail of adventure"
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Colton Waugh
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Colton Waugh
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Bound for Tahiti

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"Wait a minute- he belongs to me!"
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P. C. Wren
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Bill W. Depew
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"Throwing all his weight against the door, Scorchy tries desperately to smash it in!!!"
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Noel Sickles
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Noel Sickles
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"I am the Phantom Magician"
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Mel Graff
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Mel Graff
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The Magician makes his first appearance and turns King Silhouette into a sausage. Then he turns the cat into a sausage. Then Thimble eats one of them!

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J. P. McEvoy
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J. H. Striebel
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J. P. McEvoy
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J. H. Striebel
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?
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M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
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Clifford McBride
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Clifford McBride
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?
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M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
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John Hix
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John Hix
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Bob Zuppke
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Bill W. Depew
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"I wish Oaky wouldn't be so bashful"
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Ralph Briggs Fuller
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Ralph Briggs Fuller
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An Edison of Ancient Greece
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J. Carroll Mansfield
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J. Carroll Mansfield
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Julian Ollendorf (?)
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Julian Ollendorf
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"What's this!- A threatening letter!"
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Frank Godwin
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Frank Godwin (signed)
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Frank Godwin
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Frank Godwin
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S. M. Iger
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S. M. Iger
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Lank Leonard
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Lank Leonard
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"Goodness you've been following me all day"
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Lank Leonard
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Lank Leonard
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S.L. Huntley
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Art Huhta
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"As Jane stood outside the library door, someone spoke to her from behind."
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Monte Barrett
Pencils
Russell Ross
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A mysterious will, a mystery woman, rival brothers. Suspense looms.

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?
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M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
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W. D. Tipton
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J. H. Mason
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"I'll be the backseat driver, Babe- but we can't do much driving with this old plug-"
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Roy L. Williams
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Roy L. Williams
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John Hix
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John Hix
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George Marcoux
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George Marcoux
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"I just had lunch with Binks"
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Fred Locher
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Fred Locher
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Homer wants to make Hector a Hollywood star to get him out of the house.

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Victor E. Pazmiño
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Victor E. Pazmiño
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Ham Fisher
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Al Capp [as Ham Fisher]
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Ham Fisher
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Al Capp [as Ham Fisher]
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"Goodness! That cat is back..."
Matt Curzon (signed)
Matt Curzon (signed)
Victor Dowling [as Dowling]
""Goodness! That cat is back...""
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"Goodness! That cat is back..."
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Matt Curzon (signed)
Interior Art
Matt Curzon (signed)
Cover Art
Victor Dowling [as Dowling]
Storyline
""Goodness! That cat is back...""

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"Bill set a monkey trap with fruit as bait..."
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M. MacIntyre (signed)
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M. MacIntyre (signed)
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"Gee- I'd like to buy Mazie this necklace..."
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Matt Curzon (signed)
Pencils
Matt Curzon (signed)
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"Radiogram fo' Mistah Skippa!"
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John Patterson [as J. A. Patterson]
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John Patterson [as J. A. Patterson]
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"Aw c'mon! - I want ya t'come home with me..."
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Clyde Yeadon [as Clyde Don]
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Clyde Yeadon [as Clyde Don]
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"Captain Bill outwitted and captured the outlaw slim..."
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W. M. Allison (signed)
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W. M. Allison (signed)
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Joaquin Strikes!
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Ellis Edwards (signed)
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Ellis Edwards (signed)
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"Dolittle led his team to victory over the undefeated league champs..."
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Dennis Yuknis [as Yuknis]
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Dennis Yuknis [as Yuknis]
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"Where at is dat man?"
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Ellis Edwards [as OO Ellis]
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Ellis Edwards [as OO Ellis]
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"Oh Mom! Can I have some money to go to the ball game?"
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M. MacIntyre (signed)
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M. MacIntyre (signed)
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"As our Hezzy tried to make a getaway from the Tucker boys..."
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Joe E. Buresch (signed)
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Joe E. Buresch (signed)
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"Yellow dog!"
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Frank Frollo (signed)
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Frank Frollo (signed)
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"Rise and shine!"
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Martin Filchock (signed)
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Martin Filchock (signed)
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"Come on, Peegee-Peegee"
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?
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Tony Basso (signed)
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"Come to Florida"
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Tony Basso (credited)
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Tony Basso (credited)
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"Say! There's a mug from across the street!"
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Martin Filchock (signed)
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Martin Filchock (signed)
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"An innocent boy is shot down by the "Slick" Martin gang..."
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George Brenner [as Geo. E. Brenner] (signed)
Pencils
George Brenner [as Geo. E. Brenner] (signed)
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Even though the Clock had captured the band of bank robbers, led by "Slick" Martin, he failed to turn over one of the gangsters: "Killer" Katz. For a different type of justice, the Clock turns Katz over to his victim's brother. The next day, the local newspaper reports that Katz was killed by an angry mob for his crimes.

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"Entering an old house as means of finding safety..."
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Joe Buresch [as Joe E. Buresch]
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Joe Buresch [as Joe E. Buresch]
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"Ill ask this man!"
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Joe Campbell [as Campbell]
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Joe Campbell [as Campbell]
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"This locket?"
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Steve Jussen (signed)
Pencils
Steve Jussen (signed)
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Good Morning Judge
Script
Doc Hoag (signed)
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Doc Hoag (signed)
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"Danger"
Script
John Patterson [as J. G. Patterson]
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John Patterson [as J. G. Patterson]
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"No more money in the bank"
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Victor Dowling [as Dowling]
Pencils
Victor Dowling [as Dowling]
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"Phil and Bob were invited to Bob's uncle's lodge..."
Script
W. J. Broome (credited)
Pencils
Raymond A. Gill (credited)
Story Line
Strip plus instructions on how to build a set of skis.

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"John! John! Wake up I hear burglars downstairs!"
Script
Walt Munson (signed)
Pencils
Walt Munson (signed)
Story Line
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Clyde Yeadon [as Clyde Don]
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?
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Clyde Yeadon [as Clyde Don]

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?
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?
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Captain Jim and the Chinese Pirates
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R. A. Burley (signed)
Pencils
R. A. Burley (signed)
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Terror of the Timber
Script
Clyde Yeadon [as Clyde Don]
Pencils
Clyde Yeadon
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Officer Billy Gordon disguises himself as a lumberjack to track down a gang of log smugglers.

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In a Prehistoric World
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?
Pencils
?
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Reynolds Comes Through
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E. Rantz
Pencils
E. Rantz
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The Lama of Kadak
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Victor J. Dowling
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Victor J. Dowling
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?
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?
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The Jungle Renegade
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?
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?
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Published March 1937 by DC
Resbian Revenge: Part 1
W. C. Brigham (signed)
W. C. Brigham (signed)
Vincent Sullivan (signed)
Sandra; Manos (intro); Dimitri (intro)
"Resbian Revenge: Part 1" On the ship back to America, Sandra and a young man are attacked and thrown overboard.
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Story Title
Resbian Revenge: Part 1
Writer
W. C. Brigham (signed)
Interior Art
W. C. Brigham (signed)
Cover Art
Vincent Sullivan (signed)
Character Appearances
Sandra; Manos (intro); Dimitri (intro)
Storyline
"Resbian Revenge: Part 1" On the ship back to America, Sandra and a young man are attacked and thrown overboard.

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Prince of Patrania: Part 17
Script
Vincent Sullivan (signed)
Pencils
Vincent Sullivan (signed)
Story Line
Count Alex decides to kidnap the King.

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Episode 8
Script
Alexandre Dumas (Original Novel); Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson (Adaptation)
Pencils
Sven Elven
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"De Strikers is picketin' de ol' mill!"
Script
Russell Cole [as Alger]
Pencils
Russell Cole [as Alger]
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The Life Ray: Part 2
Script
Jerry Siegel [as Leger]
Pencils
Joe Shuster [as Reuths]
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Doctor Occult encounters a dead body in a restaurant.

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The Smugglers: Part 1
Script
Tom Hickey (signed)
Pencils
Tom Hickey (signed)
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Wing is ordered to escort Lynn to Tunis to meet her father.

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"Be Modern"
Script
Peter DeAngelo (signed)
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Peter DeAngelo (signed)
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Gone Fishin'
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Creig Flessel (signed)
Pencils
Creig Flessel (signed)
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Episode 19
Script
Walter Scott (Original Novel); Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson (Adaptation)
Pencils
Raymond Perry
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Fitzurse rides to imprison King Richard.

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Sea Gold [Part 4]
Script
Tom Cooper (signed)
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Tom Cooper (signed)
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Fang Gow of China [Part 19]
Script
Leo O'Mealia (signed)
Pencils
Leo O'Mealia (signed)
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Dr. Bonfils is forced to operate to save Fang Gow's life.

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In the Great Grey Forest
Script
Tom Hickey (signed)
Pencils
Tom Hickey (signed)
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Bard rescues Kardos from a snake.

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The Holdup: Part 11
Script
Tom Cooper (signed)
Pencils
Tom Cooper (signed)
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Dawkins and Carter escape on a tramp steamer.

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"Ye gods, it works!"
Script
Whitney Ellsworth
Pencils
Whitney Ellsworth
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Horse out of the Gate
Script
Richard B. Speed (signed)
Pencils
Creig Flessel
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People of the Red Planet: Part 5
Script
Tom Hickey (signed)
Pencils
Tom Hickey (signed)
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Sarno wants to convert Gail into one of the Red People.

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Captain Hale, Gun-Runner: Part 6
Script
Tom Cooper (signed)
Pencils
Tom Cooper (signed)
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Dewey is captured by the Leopard Men.

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Alaskan Adventure: Part 5
Script
Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson
Pencils
Leo O'Mealia (signed)
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Saunders escapes from Monk Morton only to be captured by a group of Asians.

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In the Movies
Script
Frank Little (Signed)
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Frank Little (Signed)
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Kidnapped! Part 4
Script
Whitney Ellsworth
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Whitney Ellsworth
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Silas rushes to the hospital to be with his nephew.

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In the Wilderness: Part 7
Script
Creig Flessel (signed)
Pencils
Creig Flessel (signed)
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Matson manages to guide Tom and Jack home, but faces capture by the police.

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Island Adventure: Part 11
Script
Russell Cole [as Alger]
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Russell Cole [as Alger]
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Black Tom and Watts' lawyers are searching for him. People back home read about it in the paper.

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King Vortigern
Script
Homer Fleming (signed)
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Homer Fleming (signed)
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Early history of Britain.

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The Secret Mine: Part 2
Script
Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson
Pencils
W. C. Brigham (signed)
Story Line
Jack infiltrates Stanton's operation.

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Part 8
Script
Sven Elven (signed)
Pencils
Sven Elven (signed)
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The Dan Bowers Case: Part 3
Script
Jerry Siegel (signed)
Pencils
Joe Shuster (signed)
Story Line
Twist calls Jimmy to testify for the defense!

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Fake
Script
Vincent Sullivan (signed)
Pencils
Vincent Sullivan (signed)
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Published March 1937 by DC
The Train Robbery: Part 14
Homer Fleming
Homer Fleming (signed)
Whitney Ellsworth (signed)
"The Train Robbery: Part 14"
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Story Title
The Train Robbery: Part 14
Writer
Homer Fleming
Interior Art
Homer Fleming (signed)
Cover Art
Whitney Ellsworth (signed)
Storyline
"The Train Robbery: Part 14"

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Aviso!
Script
Ellis Edwards
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Ellis Edwards
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The Revenge of Devachan: Part 2
Script
Creig Flessel
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Creig Flessel
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Episode 12
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Sven Elven
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Sven Elven
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Episode 1
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Ed Winiarski
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Ed Winiarski
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Russell Alger Cole [as Alger]
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Russell Alger Cole [as Alger]
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Stan Randall
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Stan Randall
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Murder at the Thousand Bleeding Dragons: Part 1
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Joe Donohue
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Joe Donohoe (signed)
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Henry Jay
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Henry Jay
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Episode 14
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Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson?
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Alex Anthony Blum [as Anthony]
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Whitney Ellsworth
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Whitney Ellsworth
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Russell Alger Cole [as Alger]
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Russell Alger Cole [as Alger]
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Episode 1
Script
Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson
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Munson Paddock [as Pad]
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Episode 9
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Tom Hickey
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Tom Hickey
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Shanghai Pete: Part 6
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Will Carney
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Will Carney
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Down To Denver: Part 3
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Bill Patrick
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Bill Patrick
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Episode 8
Script
H. Rider Haggard (original); Sven Elven (adaptation)
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Sven Elven
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Rajah Maharajah: Part 10
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Homer Fleming
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Homer Fleming
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Bob Hermans
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Bob Hermans
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?
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?
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Episode 11
Script
Charles Dickens (original); Merna Gamble (adaptation)
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Merna Gamble
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Junior Federal Men Vs. Blackie Flint
Script
Jerry Siegel
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Joe Shuster
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?
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?
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Published March 1937 by Dell
Chester Gould
Chester Gould
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Published March 1937 by Dell

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Chester Gould
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Chester Gould
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Walter Berndt
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Walter Berndt
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Walter Berndt
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Walter Berndt
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Sol Hess
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W.A. Carlson
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Sol Hess
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A.W. Carlson
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Zack Mosley
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Zack Mosley
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William Ferguson
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William Ferguson
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Harold Gray
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Harold Gray
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Harold Gray
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Harold Gray
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Walter Berndt
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Walter Berndt
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Walter Berndt
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Walter Berndt
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Percy Crosby
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Percy Crosby
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Percy Crosby
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Percy Crosby
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Beck
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Beck
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William Ferguson
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William Ferguson
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Milton Caniff
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Milton Caniff
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Frank King
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Frank King
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Frank V. Martinek
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Leon A. Beroth
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Plays A Lone Hand
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?
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?
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Frank Willard
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Frank Willard
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Frank Willard
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Frank Willard
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Sidney Smith
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Alice Harvey
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Alice Harvey
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Martin Branner
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Garrett Price
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Coast Guard and the Rajah's Ransom
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Jerry Minton; Limpy Connors; Pop Berley; Scar-Ear Vint (villain)
"Coast Guard and the Rajah's Ransom"
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Coast Guard and the Rajah's Ransom
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"Gentlemen, as Minister of War..."
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"Ain't no sheriff alive kin tell me an Bill what to do!"
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"That fellow in compartment six sure has a heavy bag!"
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"So you remembered about a certain crested ring you had!"
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Charles Coll (signed)
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"Hustle on, boy!"
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"A man left a note for you, sir!"
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"The West is the place, Nancy"
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"It's time to move!"
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Lone Marshal and the Border Rustlers
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"Gold! Gold!"
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Gunfighter's Range
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"Oh, boy, it sure smells good!"
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"Listen, honey- no dick'll ever beat me to the draw"
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"Hidy, boys, how's everything in Turtle Creek?"
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Roy Crane (credited)
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Roy Crane (signed)
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He Knows All the Answers
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C. D. Small (signed)
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Sam Howdy; Mrs. Hoople
"He Knows All the Answers"
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He Knows All the Answers
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C. D. Small (signed)
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Sam Howdy; Mrs. Hoople
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"He Knows All the Answers"

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The Fella Musta Been Wrong
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C. D. Small (signed)
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"Would you boys mind standing up while I put this sign on?"
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Gene Byrnes (credited)
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Gene Byrnes (credited and signed)
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"I'd love to to there!"
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Gene Byrnes (credited)
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Gene Byrnes (credited and signed)
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"Eggs are forty cents a dozen"
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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Fish
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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"Jeff, gimme a little push"
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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"Click!"
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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"There she is, Mutt - my new maid!"
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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"Og and Ru carried the injured old man to the shelter of a cave."
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Irving Crump (credited)
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Kevin Royt
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"You mean to tell me that we aren't really on the moon?"
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"Boy, that's the fourth crack-up I've seen today!!"
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"Stay right where you are, boys"
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"Don - don't do this for me"
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Scribbly Meets the Editor!!!
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Sheldon Mayer (credited)
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"Socko!"
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Big Doin's!!!
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Sheldon Mayer (credited)
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"Make me a snow-fort, Scrib"
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"Ladees 'n' genl'min!"
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Gene Byrnes (credited)
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"And for your home work I want you to visit some place and write a composition on it!"
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Gene Byrnes (credited)
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"I've got the worst headache in the world"
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Gene Byrnes (credited)
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"Y'can't fool me!"
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Gene Byrnes (credited)
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"Our first step is to establish ourselves in an obscure hotel"
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Ray Thompson ?
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"My chart shows approximately where the Spanish ship sunk"
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Seeing Is Believing - Sometimes
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"Blast you, Gizzy"
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The Instructions!
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The Fun Begins!
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Lightnin'
H. David
W. M. Allison
Rodney Thompson
"Lightnin'"
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Lightnin'
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Rodney Thompson
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Footprints in the Dust
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The Law of Caribou County
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