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Published April 1938 by DC
The Mystery of Hondoku Isle
Creig Flessel ?
Creig Flessel
Creig Flessel
Malcolm Dane (introduction, villain); Doris Dane (introduction); Dick Dane (introduction); Speed Saunders
"The Mystery of Hondoku Isle"
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The Mystery of Hondoku Isle
Writer
Creig Flessel ?
Interior Art
Creig Flessel
Cover Art
Creig Flessel
Character Appearances
Malcolm Dane (introduction, villain); Doris Dane (introduction); Dick Dane (introduction); Speed Saunders
Storyline
"The Mystery of Hondoku Isle"

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Eddie Doll
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Will Ely
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Will Ely
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Framing the Framers
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Homer Fleming
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Homer Fleming
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The Jenks Kidnapping Case: Part 3
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Will Ely
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Will Ely
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Too Many Crooks [Part 1]
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Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson ?
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Tom Hickey
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The Black Case
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Russell Alger Cole [as Alger]
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Russell Alger Cole [as Alger]
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The Golden Ray
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Jerry Siegel (signed)
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Joe Shuster (signed)
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Russell Alger Cole [as Alger]
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Russell Alger Cole [as Alger]
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The Poultry Racketeers
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?
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Sven Elven (signed)
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Up North
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Jerry Siegel (signed)
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Joe Shuster (signed)
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Published April 1938 by Eastern Color
Clifford McBride
Clifford McBride
Victor E. Pazmino
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Published April 1938 by Eastern Color

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Clifford McBride
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Clifford McBride
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Victor E. Pazmino

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"It's very simple! I went through those gangster's pockets and I collected almost $1,000!"
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Fred Locher
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Fred Locher
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Bob Bliss
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Bob Bliss
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Frank Godwin
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Frank Godwin
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"Hot dog! Dad loaned me the car!"
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Frank Godwin
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Frank Godwin
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"I guess it's kinda dumb- standin' here cryin' !"
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Roy L. Williams
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Roy L. Williams
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Clifford McBride
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Clifford McBride
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S. L. Huntley
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Art Huhta
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S. M. Iger
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S. M. Iger
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A. E. Hayward
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A. E. Hayward
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"Every cheap flim flammer gets into my office"
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A. E. Hayward
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A. E. Hayward
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"A shower of rocks fall toward the train below.."
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Noel Sickles
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Noel Sickles
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"I'm sorry I butted you Pal!"
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Julian Ollendorf
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Julian Ollendorf
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Allen Saunders
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Elmer Woggon
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Victor E. Pazmino
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Victor E. Pazmino
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"Let's pick a name for the party"
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Ralph Briggs Fuller
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Ralph Briggs Fuller
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M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
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M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
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Plays Safe
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Arthur Poinier
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Arthur Poinier
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Hannibal's Smashing Victories
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J. Carroll Mansfield
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J. Carroll Mansfield
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"But how can you be sure those two men are connected with the Ghost Express?"
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Mel Graff
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Mel Graff
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"At Dickie's call, the two navy engineers grab their rifles"
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Colton Waugh
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Colton Waugh
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Allen Saunders
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Elmer Woggon
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"Looks as if Bentz has moved"
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Rex Collier
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Kemp Starrett ?
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Phil Nowlan
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Dick Calkins
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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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"Silky Sims plotted to put the circus out of business"
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Dick Calkins
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Russell Keaton
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Clare Victor Dwiggins
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Clare Victor Dwiggins
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"Where is Mrs. Keeler?"
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Paul Powell
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Kemp Starrett ?
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"Raining Again"
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M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
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M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
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M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
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M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
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Published [April] 1938 by David McKay
Chic Young
Chic Young
?
Blondie; Dagwood; Baby Dumpling; Daisy
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Published [April] 1938 by David McKay

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Chic Young
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Chic Young
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?
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Blondie; Dagwood; Baby Dumpling; Daisy
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Published April 1938 by Quality Comics
"I thought Walsh had more nerve."
Ham Fisher
Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
Lank Leonard (signed)
""I thought Walsh had more nerve.""
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Published April 1938 by Quality Comics

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"I thought Walsh had more nerve."
Writer
Ham Fisher
Interior Art
Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
Cover Art
Lank Leonard (signed)
Storyline
""I thought Walsh had more nerve.""

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"Sue's on my trail again-"
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Monte Barrett
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Russell E. Ross
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Monte Barrett
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Russell E. Ross
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Also A Problem For the Neighbors
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H. J. Tuthill
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H. J. Tuthill
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The Coming of the Gallant Knight
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Vernon Henkel (signed)
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Vernon Henkel (signed)
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Merlot assassinates the King and seizes the throne. Sir Neville joins a band of woodland outlaws to take arms against him.

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"Aristopolis Junior, I want you to be friends with Pinto-"
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Rube Goldberg
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Rube Goldberg
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The Owl
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George E. Brenner (signed)
Pencils
George E. Brenner (signed)
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The Owl threatens Baldy Getzmore, a former rum runner. But the Clock exposes cunning subterfuge.

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"Say what are you fellas doin' to Muggsie?"
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Lank Leonard
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Lank Leonard
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"Gee Auntie Dixie, I betcha I ketch th' biggest fish!"
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J. P. McEvoy
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J. H. Striebel
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"There they go Myra--? Hope the act goes off O.K."
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Ed Wheelan
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Ed Wheelan
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"Toddy is your father home?"
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George Marcoux
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George Marcoux
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Al Zere
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Al Zere
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The Athletic Board
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Bob Zuppke
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R. W. Depew
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"So Helise knows Hammond!!"
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John J. Welch
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Jack McGuire (signed)
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The Suspension of Clip Chance
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George Brenner
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George Brenner (Scott Sheridan)
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?
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?
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Navy Day
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Les Marshall
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Les Marshall
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The Most Amazing Heavyweight Fight of All Time
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Bob Zuppke
Pencils
R. W. Depew
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Myrna Loy
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Bernard Baily
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Bernard Baily
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?
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?
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?
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?
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The Three World's Records Jesse Owens Broke In One Day
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Bob Zuppke
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R. W. Depew
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The Year of the Purple Curse!
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John Hix
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John Hix
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Claw Carlos
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Will Eisner
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Will Eisner
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Published April 1938 by Centaur
The Strange Case of the 20 Pills
?
Bob Wood (signed)
?
"The Strange Case of the 20 Pills"
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Published April 1938 by Centaur

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The Strange Case of the 20 Pills
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?
Interior Art
Bob Wood (signed)
Cover Art
?
Storyline
"The Strange Case of the 20 Pills"

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Merry Go Round
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?
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?
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Kit Carson
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?
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?
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Hal Schumacher
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?
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?
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Hollywood!
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?
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?
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Pageant of Progress
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?
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?
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?
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?
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?
Pencils
?
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?
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?
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?
Pencils
?
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?
Pencils
?
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?
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?
Pencils
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?
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?
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?
Pencils
?
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?
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?
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?
Pencils
?
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?
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?
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?
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?
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?
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Published April 1938 by Centaur
Rattlesnake Gulch
Tom Curry (credited)
Maurice Kashuba
Fred Schwab ?
"Rattlesnake Gulch"
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Published April 1938 by Centaur

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Story Title
Rattlesnake Gulch
Writer
Tom Curry (credited)
Interior Art
Maurice Kashuba
Cover Art
Fred Schwab ?
Storyline
"Rattlesnake Gulch"

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On the Air
Script
Will Harr (credited)
Pencils
Al Hopkins (signed) [as A. F. H.]
Story Line
An honest political candidate is set to make a radio broadcast exposing the mob ties of his corrupt opponent.

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"This steak is so tough I can't bend the gravy!"
Script
Fred Schwab
Pencils
Fred Schwab
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Jim Comes Through
Script
Maurice Gutwirth
Pencils
Maurice Gutwirth (signed)
Story Line
Jim gets passed over by his boss for a promotion, and is later solicited by a shady character in a scheme to rob his employer. Jim goes along with the mysterious thief, but notifies the police. It all turns out to be a ploy by his boss to test Jim's loyalty.

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"Quick!! - Make me out a Wife Insurance policy!"
Script
Jack Cole
Pencils
Jack Cole
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A wife goes to Insurance Ike to take out an accident policy on her husband who had the accident earlier that day.

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"I better phone the telephone company..."
Script
Fred Schwab (signed) [as F.S.]
Pencils
Fred Schwab (signed) [as F.S.]
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"Newspaper man to see you, Sir."
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Paul Gustavson (signed) [as interlocking P. and G.]
Pencils
Paul Gustavson (signed) [as interlocking P. and G.]
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The Phoney Detective is shadowed by a newspaper man intent on learning his methods. The Detective solves a kidnapping case.

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"I can't escape from you..."
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Fred Schwab (signed) [as F.S.]
Pencils
Fred Schwab (signed) [as F.S.]
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Wilbur makes his plea to a skeptical judge as to why he should be excused from jury duty.

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Mel Ott
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Gill Fox (signed)
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Gill Fox (signed)
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"We have to do something!"
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Dick Ryan (signed)
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Dick Ryan (signed)
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Mayor Charlie Bulldog is running for re-election, but is worried by his opponent. The Mayor hires a ne'er-do-well to disrupt the speech and seal the election results.

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"I'm too old for the task, Jack"
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Frank Frollo (signed)
Pencils
Frank Frollo (signed)
Story Line
Jack and Diana are on a mission for Dr. Powers to make contact with an undersea race that he has discovered. The divers will use Dr. Powers' invention that lets them breath and talk at great depths without any apparatus. Marcus Stenzo wants his former employer's secret discovery to make himself wealthy. Jack and Diana make contact with the undersea race and are captured. Continued next issue.

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"What canal is represented here?"
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Bob Wood (signed)
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Bob Wood (signed)
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Gill Fox (signed)
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Gill Fox (signed)
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"Got any beef stew today?"
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Paul Gustavson (signed) [as PG overlapping initials]
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Paul Gustavson (signed) [as PG overlapping initials]
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"Don't look now - but I think they're wise to us!!"
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Paul Gustavson (signed)
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Paul Gustavson (signed)
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"If he gets that big a kick out of being in stocks..."
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Kermit Jaediker (credited) [as Kermit Ray]
Pencils
Ray Gill (signed) [as Kermit Ray]
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"This sign was painted by unfair labor"
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?
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Fred Schwab ?
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?
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Claire S. Moe (signed)
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Craig Fox (signed)
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Craig Fox (signed)
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Voices In the Dark
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George Nagle
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Gill Fox (signed)
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Charles Biro
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Charles Biro
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Published April 1938 by David McKay

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Published Spring 1938 by DC
"My brother has quit Hollywood!"
Russell Cole
Russell Cole
? (various)
""My brother has quit Hollywood!""
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Published Spring 1938 by DC

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"My brother has quit Hollywood!"
Writer
Russell Cole
Interior Art
Russell Cole
Cover Art
? (various)
Storyline
""My brother has quit Hollywood!""

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The Resbian Affair: Part 2
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W. C. Brigham ?
Pencils
W. C. Brigham
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Island Adventure: Part 6
Script
Russell Cole [as Alger]
Pencils
Russell Cole [as Alger]
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Koth and the Seven: Part 2
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Jerry Siegel [as Leger]
Pencils
Joe Shuster [as Reuths]
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In the Wake of the Wander [Part 13]
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Tom Cooper ?
Pencils
Tom Cooper
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Episode 15
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Raymond Perry
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Raymond Perry
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"Who's the blonde, Doug?"
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?
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Creig Flessel
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Prince of Patrania: Ch. 15
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Vincent Sullivan
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Vincent Sullivan
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The Resbian Affair: Part 3
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W. C. Brigham ?
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W. C. Brigham
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"No Swimming Allowed"
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Vin Sullivan
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Vin Sullivan
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Prince of Patrania: Ch. 16
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Vincent Sullivan
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Vincent Sullivan
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Episode 6
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Sven Elven ?
Pencils
Sven Elven
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Koth and the Seven: Part 3
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Jerry Siegel [as Leger]
Pencils
Joe Shuster [as Reuths]
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Sea Gold [Part 1]
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Tom Cooper ?
Pencils
Tom Cooper
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Episode 16
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?
Pencils
Raymond Perry
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Hannibal Vs. Rome
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Homer Fleming ?
Pencils
Homer Fleming (signed)
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Kidnapped!
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Whitney Ellsworth
Pencils
Whitney Ellsworth [as Whit Ellsworth] (signed)
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The Room of Blazing Light
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Ken Fitch
Pencils
Clem Gretter (signed)
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Island Adventure: Part 7
Script
Russell Cole [as Alger]
Pencils
Russell Cole [as Alger]
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Episode 5
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Sven Elven ?
Pencils
Sven Elven (signed)
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Hubert Bumps Heads
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Bill Patrick
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Bill Patrick (signed)
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The Maniac and the Cameraman
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Jerry Siegel (signed)
Pencils
Joe Shuster (signed)
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"I suppose I was a fool to tell Uncle Silas..."
Script
Whitney Ellsworth
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Whitney Ellsworth [as Whit Ellsworth] (signed)
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Darius Vs. Athens
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Homer Fleming ?
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Homer Fleming
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"Jack has sent a heliograph message for help..."
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W. C. Brigham ?
Pencils
W. C. Brigham [as Brigham] (signed)
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The Holdup: Part 7
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Tom Cooper ?
Pencils
Tom Cooper (signed)
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Into Sarovia
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Ken Fitch ?
Pencils
Clem Gretter (signed)
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missing page- please confirm from intact copy
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Rose MacKune (reader who sent in the story)
Pencils
Bill Patrick (signed)
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Hubert Goes Hunting
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Bill Patrick
Pencils
Bill Patrick (signed)
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Nate Devlin Crashes the Movies
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Jerry Siegel (signed)
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Joe Shuster (signed)
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A Prize Winner Needs Plenty of Armor!
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Ellis Edwards (signed)
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Ellis Edwards (signed)
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Rajah Maharajah: Part 7
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Homer Fleming (signed)
Pencils
Homer Fleming (signed)
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Episode 7
Script
Merna Gamble (signed, "illustrated narrative by"); Charles Dickens (original story)
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Merna Gamble (signed)
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On Dolorosa Isle [Part 7]
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Creig Flessel ?
Pencils
Creig Flessel
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Down To Denver: Part 1
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Bill Patrick
Pencils
Bill Patrick (signed)
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The Tsin Lee Incident: Part 1
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Alex Lovy ?
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Alex Lovy (signed)
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Episode 4
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Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson
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Munson Paddock
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Episode 10
Script
Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson
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Sven Elven (signed)
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"Wake up!"
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Bill Patrick
Pencils
Bill Patrick (signed)
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The Dude Ranch: Part 3
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Alex Lovy ?
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Alex Lovy (signed)
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"Ah! My puffawmance las' nite gets a swell notice here!"
Script
Russell Cole
Pencils
Russell Cole [as Alger] (signed)
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The Train Robbery: Part 11
Script
Homer Fleming
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Homer Fleming (signed)
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"Well- Sam- I'll soon be at school- taking law"
Script
Russell Cole
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Russell Cole [as Alger] (signed)
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"As Burke fires, Bailey jerks the rug upon which the gangster is standing..."
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Jerry Siegel (signed)
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Joe Shuster (signed)
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"There is mutiny aboard the good ship "Flamingo"!"
Script
Sven Elven ?
Pencils
Sven Elven (signed)
Story Line
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Published April 1938 by Dell
"Hey, mister!"
Frank Willard (signed)
Frank Willard (signed)
?
Kitty Higgins
""Hey, mister!""
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Published April 1938 by Dell

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"Hey, mister!"
Writer
Frank Willard (signed)
Interior Art
Frank Willard (signed)
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
Kitty Higgins
Storyline
""Hey, mister!""

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"Whatya mean I'm gettin' dumber and dumber?"
Script
Frank Willard (credited)
Pencils
Frank Willard (credited)
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The Report Card
Script
Percy Crosby (signed)
Pencils
Percy Crosby (signed)
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"That was a swell-lookin' leading man in the picture."
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Percy Crosby (signed)
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Percy Crosby (signed)
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"One way, please"
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Percy Crosby (signed)
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Percy Crosby (signed)
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"Did your uncle buy any neckties lately?"
Script
Percy Crosby (signed)
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Percy Crosby (signed)
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"Trapped in his toppling hangar"
Script
Frank V. Martinek [as Lieut. Comdr. F. V. Martinek, USNR] (credited)
Pencils
Leon A. Beroth (credited)
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"Ah! Here comes Simp!"
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Carl Ed (credited)
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Carl Ed (credited)
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"The storm's easing, Admiral"
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Frank V. Martinek [as Lieut. Comdr. F. V. Martinek, USNR] (credited)
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Leon A. Beroth [as L. A. Beroth] (signed)
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"I gotta use that phone"
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Bill Holman (credited)
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Bill Holman (credited)
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"Now what? She's gone dead-"
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Stanley Link (credited)
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Stanley Link (credited)
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"Take the boy, to the place of torture"
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Ed Leffingwell (credited)
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Ed Leffingwell (credited)
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Was Marion's Father the Victim of His Own Men?
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Sol Hess (credited)
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Wallace A. Carlson [as W. A. Carlson] (signed)
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Going to School
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Frances Edwina Dumm [as Edwina] (credited)
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Frances Edwina Dumm [as Edwina] (credited)
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"Gosh, I just feel like playing ball today"
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Al Posen (credited)
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Al Posen (credited)
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The Peccary
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William Ferguson (credited)
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William Ferguson (credited)
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"I don't know why I try to keep your Uncle Bill from making mistakes."
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Martha Orr (credited)
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Martha Orr (credited)
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"Oh Min!"
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Gus Edson
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Gus Edson
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"Trial? What do you mean?"
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Milton Caniff (credited)
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Milton Caniff (credited)
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Walter Berndt (signed)
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Walter Berndt (signed)
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Wet Paint
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Walter Berndt (signed)
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Walter Berndt (signed); Charlie Mueller (assistant)
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"That axle is still loose"
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Bill Holman (credited)
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Bill Holman (credited)
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"Gee! I've got to take the teacher..."
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Frank Willard (signed)
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Frank Willard (signed)
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"Moon still visiting his Cousin Effie"
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Frank Willard (credited)
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Frank Willard (credited)
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"I've been having quite a bit of trouble lately"
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Martin Branner (signed)
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Martin Branner (signed)
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"Whew! I'm glad school is out!"
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Martin Branner (signed)
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Martin Branner (signed)
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"And then in the Spring"
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Frank King (credited)
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Frank King (credited)
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The Mongoose
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William Ferguson (credited)
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William Ferguson (credited)
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"Stop! Cease fighting!"
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Stanley Link (credited)
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Stanley Link (credited)
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"Velvet, you and Cookie watch camp while I search for some trace of McCloud"
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Zack Mosley (credited)
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Zack Mosley (credited)
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Simp Catches On
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Sol Hess (credited)
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Wallace A. Carlson [as W. A. Carlson] (signed)
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"Who is calling us?"
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Carl Ed (credited)
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Carl Ed (credited)
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"...A fine thing!"
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Lou Byrnes (credited)
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Lou Byrnes (credited)
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"Did you yell?"
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J. R. Williams (credited)
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J. R. Williams (credited)
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"A week has passes since "Snorty" Smith and his gang..."
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Harold Gray (signed)
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Harold Gray (signed)
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"Shirtsleeve Kelton slain"
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Chester Gould (credited)
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Chester Gould (credited)
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"Poor Pauline"
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Frank Willard (signed)
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Frank Willard (signed); Ferd Johnson (assistant)
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"Whatever made you write Cousin Effie"
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Frank Willard (credited)
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Frank Willard (credited); Ferd Johnson (assistant)
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Published April 1938 by Centaur
"Snap it up!!
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Jack Cole ?
Jack Cole
""Snap it up!!"
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"Snap it up!!
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Jack Cole ?
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Jack Cole
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""Snap it up!!"

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"May I please see some vacant apartments, sir?"
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?
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Fred Schwab [as Swab]
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"Well, Tommy - what would you like to do?"
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Dick Ryan
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Dick Ryan (signed)
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"To Dragon Valley, by the sea..."
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?
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Rafael Astarita ?
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"Do you think the world is round?"
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?
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Fred Guardineer ?
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"Assorted nuts for sale!"
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Basil Wolverton ?
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Basil Wolverton ?
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Bobo Seltzer
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?
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Fred Schwab
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"'Twas on a tub called "Mickey Finn" one day we saw--"
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?
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Fred Schwab (signed)
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"I must make a cup of tea!"
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?
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Bob Wood (signed)
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"Bargains in hats at the hats store"
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Dick Ryan
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Dick Ryan
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"Order in the court!"
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Dick Ryan
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Dick Ryan
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Forgets to Remember
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?
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Dick Ryan (signed)
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"Where are we going, moms?"
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?
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Fred Schwab ?
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"Six together for me and missus - third row."
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?
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Dick Ryan (signed)
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"Said baby Gooby to her ma..."
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?
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Charles Biro ?
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"Ball Game To-day"
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Winsor McCay Jr. (signed)
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Winsor McCay Jr. (signed)
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"The ice cream store in Slumberland is run by Doctor Pill..."
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Winsor McCay Jr. (signed)
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Winsor McCay Jr. (signed)
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"An indian or sailor - that is the question!"
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?
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Fred Schwab
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"Under the frenzied handling of the mad Professor Peters..."
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Ken Fitch (signed)
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Fred Guardineer (signed)
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Rubber Plantation
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George Nagle (signed)
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Ken Ernst ?
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Robert Louis Stevenson
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?
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Rafael Astarita (signed)
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"Cheap! Cheap! Cheap!"
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?
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?
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"How's about a wee bit of a sample??"
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?
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?
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"The toughest job in all the world..."
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?
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Fred Guardineer (signed)
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"Yeah, I think it's lunch time, Pop!"
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?
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Dick Ryan
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"Oh, look - it works!"
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?
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?
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Jungle River
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Fred Stone (signed)
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Frank Frollo (signed)
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"This funny land that's upside down..."
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?
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Clem Gretter
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Published April 1938 by Centaur
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Fred Schwab
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Fred Schwab

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?
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?
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?
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?
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?
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?
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?
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?
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?
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Pedro Jumps Again
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?
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?
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Fire
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?
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?
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Shadowgraphs
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?
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?
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Published April 1938 by Dell
"Good-bye forever!"
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Charles Payne
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""Good-bye forever!""
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"Good-bye forever!"
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Charles Payne
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?
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""Good-bye forever!""

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?
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?
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"Hello, Ambrose! What's the outfit?"
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?
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Charles Payne
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"Boy, you certainly told that guard!"
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Bob Moore
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Carl Pfeufer
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"Good morning, Mister Duzzem!"
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?
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?
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Charles McGraw
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Charles McGraw
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"Halt!"
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Victor Pazmino [as VEP]
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Victor Pazmino [as VEP]
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"Clinging to a line trailing astern..."
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Robert Weinstein
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Robert Weinstein
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"Skates!"
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Victor Pazmino [as VEP]
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Victor Pazmino [as VEP]
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"Pecos Bill hits the trail lookin' for the Wild Bunch."
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Tex O'Reilly; Jack Warren
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Tex O'Reilly; Jack Warren
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The Enchanted Stone of Time
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Adolphe Barreaux
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Adolphe Barreaux
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Roy Crane
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Roy Crane
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Manhunt
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?
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Paul H. Jepsen
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Paul H. Jepsen
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"Dreary, here's the stowaway."
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James P. McCague
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James P. McCague
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Decks A' Wash: John Paul Jones
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Augustus J. Robinson
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?
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"That's the way!"
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Victor Pazmino [as VEP]
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Victor Pazmino [as VEP]
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"My Uncle's got the easiest job in the world!"
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Tack Knight
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Tack Knight
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"I guess I need a megaphone to make him hear me..."
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Tack Knight
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Tack Knight
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"After escaping from the Dorgan gang..."
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Al Carreno
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Al Carreno
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"Why it's gone!"
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Small
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Small
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The Mystery of the Hooded Horseman
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Norman Fallon
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?
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