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Published May 1959 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Supergirl and Metallo

The Menace of Metallo!
Robert Bernstein
Al Plastino
Curt Swan
Superman; Lois Lane; Metallo [John Corben] (intro, villain); Professor Vale; Perry White; Jimmy Olsen (unnamed)
"The Menace of Metallo!" Criminal John Corben, who is nearly killed in an auto accident, is given a robot body powered by uranium. When he is hit by bullets meant for Lois, she assumes he is really Superman. Recognizing a good idea, Corben impersonates Superman to collect more uranium. Running out of sources of uranium, Corben learns that he can also be powered by kryptonite. But he doesn't realize that the kryptonite he steals is fake, prop kryptonite and collapses.
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Published May 1959 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Supergirl and Metallo

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Story Title
The Menace of Metallo!
Writer
Robert Bernstein
Interior Art
Al Plastino
Cover Art
Curt Swan
Character Appearances
Superman; Lois Lane; Metallo [John Corben] (intro, villain); Professor Vale; Perry White; Jimmy Olsen (unnamed)
Storyline
"The Menace of Metallo!" Criminal John Corben, who is nearly killed in an auto accident, is given a robot body powered by uranium. When he is hit by bullets meant for Lois, she assumes he is really Superman. Recognizing a good idea, Corben impersonates Superman to collect more uranium. Running out of sources of uranium, Corben learns that he can also be powered by kryptonite. But he doesn't realize that the kryptonite he steals is fake, prop kryptonite and collapses.

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Congo Bill Dies at Dawn!
Script
Robert Bernstein
Pencils
Howard Sherman
Story Line
While leading an expedition through the desert, Congo Bill stops at an apparently deserted oasis. But the water has been drugged, and the expedition passes out. When they awaken they find they are prisoners inside a nearby outpost that has been taken over by renegades. Bill, who is imprisoned separately from the others, rubs his magic ring and soon Congorilla is attacking the fort and freeing the expedition.

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The Supergirl from Krypton!
Script
Otto Binder
Pencils
Al Plastino
Story Line
Superman spies a crashing rocket and discovers his cousin Supergirl. She tells him how Argo City survived the destruction of Krypton and how her father sent her to Earth when the inhabitants of Argo City were threatened by Kryptonite poisoning. Superman sets her up in Midvale Orphanage so she can adjust to life on Earth.

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Script
Henry Boltinoff
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Henry Boltinoff
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Published May 1959 by DC
The Kents' Second Super-Son
Jerry Coleman
John Sikela
Curt Swan
Ma Kent; Pa Kent; Vidal; Lana Lang
"The Kents' Second Super-Son" Vidal, a Superboy from another planet, takes Superboy's place on Earth while he's away on a space mission.
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Published May 1959 by DC

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The Kents' Second Super-Son
Writer
Jerry Coleman
Interior Art
John Sikela
Cover Art
Curt Swan
Character Appearances
Ma Kent; Pa Kent; Vidal; Lana Lang
Storyline
"The Kents' Second Super-Son" Vidal, a Superboy from another planet, takes Superboy's place on Earth while he's away on a space mission.

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How Aquaman Got His Powers!
Script
Robert Bernstein
Pencils
Ramona Fradon
Story Line
Aquaman stops the U.S. Navy from testing atomic depth charges and recounts his origin to Commander Haskel.

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Green Arrow's New Partner!
Script
Robert Bernstein
Pencils
Lee Elias
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Roy thinks that Green Arrow is training a new replacement and is going to fire Speedy.

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Script
Henry Boltinoff
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Henry Boltinoff
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Henry Boltinoff
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Henry Boltinoff
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The Little Men!
Richard Hughes [as Derek Rutherford]
John Buscema
Ogden Whitney (signed)
Gus Kimmel; Mr. Beamish; Torg
"The Little Men!"
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The Little Men!
Writer
Richard Hughes [as Derek Rutherford]
Interior Art
John Buscema
Cover Art
Ogden Whitney (signed)
Character Appearances
Gus Kimmel; Mr. Beamish; Torg
Storyline
"The Little Men!"

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The Hidden Talents of Archie Worple!
Script
Richard Hughes [as Brad Everson]
Pencils
Lloyd Cynwald
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A mentally-challenged young boy builds a "rocket" vastly superior to those designed at the nearby government missile base.

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The Saga of Jonah Jones!
Script
Richard Hughes [as Curt Carpenter]
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?
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The Maelstrom!
Script
Richard Hughes [as Pierce Rand]
Pencils
John Rosenberger
Story Line
Eric Holm travels through time and back thanks to two women named Helga.
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Published May-June 1959 by DC
"Boy, there's nothing to this detective stuff!"
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Owen Fitzgerald
Owen Fitzgerald
""Boy, there's nothing to this detective stuff!"" Private Detective Jerry is hired by Louise to safeguard her Aunt's jewels during a big party.
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Published May-June 1959 by DC

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"Boy, there's nothing to this detective stuff!"
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Owen Fitzgerald
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Owen Fitzgerald
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""Boy, there's nothing to this detective stuff!"" Private Detective Jerry is hired by Louise to safeguard her Aunt's jewels during a big party.

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"Jerry, why are you swimming at this hour?"
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?
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Owen Fitzgerald
Story Line
The party starts and Jerry practices using the art of disguise to mingle with the guests. And while he's mingling, the jewels are stolen.

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"Hurry, Jerry! We've got to stop them..."
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?
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Owen Fitzgerald
Story Line
Jerry has figured out who the crooks are through the use of deductive eavesdropping. They take him hostage, which just makes him more dangerous. By forcing corks to pop out of their wine casks, he convinces the crooks they're surrounded by cops, and gets them to surrender
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Published May-June 1959 by DC
The Planet of Giant Dogs
John Broome
Gil Kane
Gil Kane
"The Planet of Giant Dogs" Using Professor Rayburn's new formula (see issue #44), Rex travels to the super world of Lamenor and helps o-tar win the hand of Lady Elen. REX QUOTE:"I wonder what would happen if I took that drink?"
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Published May-June 1959 by DC

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The Planet of Giant Dogs
Writer
John Broome
Interior Art
Gil Kane
Cover Art
Gil Kane
Storyline
"The Planet of Giant Dogs" Using Professor Rayburn's new formula (see issue #44), Rex travels to the super world of Lamenor and helps o-tar win the hand of Lady Elen. REX QUOTE:"I wonder what would happen if I took that drink?"

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The Case of the Monkey Witness
Script
John Broome
Pencils
Carmine Infantino
Story Line
Bobo is to be the star witness in the trial of Legs Dunne. BOBO QUOTE:"I saw this trick in a movie once!"

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Danger in the Wilderness
Script
John Broome
Pencils
Gil Kane
Story Line
Traveling out west with Danny, Rex renews an acquaintance with a bear, finds a lost child, a lost bear cub and captures two escaped convicts
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Published May 1959 by DC
Bazooka Hill
Robert Kanigher
Joe Kubert
Joe Kubert
"Bazooka Hill" When Tank Killer and the Kid go hunting for enemy tanks, the Kid whines because he only gets to carry the bazooka, never fire it.
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Published May 1959 by DC

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Bazooka Hill
Writer
Robert Kanigher
Interior Art
Joe Kubert
Cover Art
Joe Kubert
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"Bazooka Hill" When Tank Killer and the Kid go hunting for enemy tanks, the Kid whines because he only gets to carry the bazooka, never fire it.

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Excel!
Script
Morris Waldinger
Pencils
Morris Waldinger
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Somewhere, Upstairs
Script
Bob Haney
Pencils
Mort Drucker
Story Line
Two brothers, both pilots, protecting the same destroyer, are out on patrol. The older brother, the ace, flies above the rest of the squad. Wanting to become an ace like his brother, the younger brother is always trying to get "upstairs." But between his orders to fly in formation, and attacks by the enemy, he ends up in the "downstairs."

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Nothing Works!
Script
Ed Herron
Pencils
Jack Abel
Story Line
Ever have one of those days? The jeep you're driving stalls while in enemy territory during a rainstorm. Your machine gun and rifle don't work because they got wet during the rain. The enemy burp gun you capture has an empty clip. But then, the enemy potato masher thrown at you turns out to be a dud. Yeah, we've all had the kind of day where you have to take out the enemy with nothing but your fists, because nothing works.
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Published May 1959 by Archie

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Published May 1959 by Archie
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Published May 1959 by Archie
Harry Lucey ?
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Harry Lucey ?
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Published May 1959 by Charlton
Atom the Cat Meets Dr. Mole & Kule, Part II
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Atom the Cat [Tom Cat]; Father Time; Dr. Mole (villain); Kule (a robot)
"Atom the Cat Meets Dr. Mole & Kule, Part II"
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Published May 1959 by Charlton

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Atom the Cat Meets Dr. Mole & Kule, Part II
Writer
?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
Atom the Cat [Tom Cat]; Father Time; Dr. Mole (villain); Kule (a robot)
Storyline
"Atom the Cat Meets Dr. Mole & Kule, Part II"

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Fraidy Flowers
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?
Pencils
?
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Atom the Cat Meets Dr. Mole & Kule, Part I
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?
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?
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In Again, Out Again
Script
?
Pencils
?
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Those Flying Saucers
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
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Published May 1959 by Charlton
If You Chang'um Mind
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?
?
Atomic Bunny; Brave Heart (a dog); Chief; Li'l Bunny; Li'l Chief
"If You Chang'um Mind"
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If You Chang'um Mind
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?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
Atomic Bunny; Brave Heart (a dog); Chief; Li'l Bunny; Li'l Chief
Storyline
"If You Chang'um Mind"

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Helpful Kitty
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?
Pencils
?
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It's a Flea Country
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?
Pencils
?
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Carrot Plot
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?
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?
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Pepo, Cucu, and the Map!
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
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Published May 1959 by Charlton
The Nameless Hero
Joe Gill ?
Ken Battefield ?
?
"The Nameless Hero"
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Published May 1959 by Charlton

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The Nameless Hero
Writer
Joe Gill ?
Interior Art
Ken Battefield ?
Cover Art
?
Storyline
"The Nameless Hero"

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The Ghost on T-Bone Hill
Script
Joe Gill ?
Pencils
Charles Nicholas
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The Experienced P.F.C.
Script
Joe Gill ?
Pencils
Sam Glanzman
Story Line
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Published May 1959 by DC
The Menace of the Smoke-Master
?
Dick Dillin
Dick Dillin
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Hendrickson; Chop Chop; Andre; Olaf; Chuck; Stanislaus]; Smoke-Master
"The Menace of the Smoke-Master" The Blackhawks track down the Smoke-Master, who has developed several different ways of using smoke to commit crimes.
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Published May 1959 by DC

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The Menace of the Smoke-Master
Writer
?
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Dick Dillin
Character Appearances
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Hendrickson; Chop Chop; Andre; Olaf; Chuck; Stanislaus]; Smoke-Master
Storyline
"The Menace of the Smoke-Master" The Blackhawks track down the Smoke-Master, who has developed several different ways of using smoke to commit crimes.

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Siege of Blackhawk Island
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
Smugglers, caught in a sudden storm, lose their boat and are cast ashore on Blackhawk Island while the team is away. To recover their headquarters, the Blackhawks must attack their own base.

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The Marauders from Mercury
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
The Blackhawks have a close encounter of the Mercurian kind when they rescue Diplomat D'Lor from his pursuers. Things go well until they discover that the pursuers are actually the Mercurian authorities and D'Lor is an escaped criminal.

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"Wake up, Ollie"
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
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"H'lo Herby. Walking home?"
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff
Story Line
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Published May 1959 by Harvey

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Published May-July 1959 by Dell
Three Blasts Mean Help
Paul S. Newman
Bob Fujitani
? (photo)
Buffalo Bill Jr.; Calamity Jane; Judge Ben Wiley; Jeff Casey; Luke; Lefty
"Three Blasts Mean Help" The train with the payroll stops at the station, but Calamity discovers someting is not as it should be, and she and old Jeff Casey aim to find out.
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Published May-July 1959 by Dell

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Story Title
Three Blasts Mean Help
Writer
Paul S. Newman
Interior Art
Bob Fujitani
Cover Art
? (photo)
Character Appearances
Buffalo Bill Jr.; Calamity Jane; Judge Ben Wiley; Jeff Casey; Luke; Lefty
Storyline
"Three Blasts Mean Help" The train with the payroll stops at the station, but Calamity discovers someting is not as it should be, and she and old Jeff Casey aim to find out.

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Might of the Wolves
Script
Paul S. Newman
Pencils
Bob Fujitani
Story Line
Sandy and Wise Knife are surrounded by wolves, and have no bullets left

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Trail of the Killer
Script
Paul S. Newman
Pencils
Bob Fujitani
Story Line
Billy the Kid and Charlie Bowdre kill a Sheriff and his Deputy, and pin the badges on themselves. But they don't fool Calamity.
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Published May-July 1959 by Dell
The Rio Smugglers
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? (photograph)
Billy Bob (Duke Rhein thug); Bronco Layne; Duke Rhein (cattle owner); Flowers (Duke Rhein thug); Ike Thompson (land owner, Jim O'Neil's neighbor); Jim O'Neil (friend of Bronco Layne, unjustly incarcerated); Judge Roy McHenry; Lonzo (Jim O'Neil's ranch hand); Mary O'Neil (Jim O'Neil's wife); Suzy O'Neil (Jim O'Neil's daughter); Sheriff of Trinity
"The Rio Smugglers" Bronco Layne goes to the town called Trinity to help his friend Jim O'Neil who is about to be hanged for the murder of a ranger, Colly Smith. Layne investigates Duke Rhein, a cattle owner, and finds out that he and his thugs are smuggling opium across Jim O'Neil's ford in the Rio Grande river by packing it inside hollowed out cattle horns. Duke had also killed the ranger who knew too much and framed Jim O'Neil. Bronco tries to stop O'Neil's execution but finds out that Jim's wife and daughter are held hostage. When he finally finds them, Jim O'Neil can then say what he knows and the guilty are brought to justice.
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Published May-July 1959 by Dell

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The Rio Smugglers
Writer
?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
? (photograph)
Character Appearances
Billy Bob (Duke Rhein thug); Bronco Layne; Duke Rhein (cattle owner); Flowers (Duke Rhein thug); Ike Thompson (land owner, Jim O'Neil's neighbor); Jim O'Neil (friend of Bronco Layne, unjustly incarcerated); Judge Roy McHenry; Lonzo (Jim O'Neil's ranch hand); Mary O'Neil (Jim O'Neil's wife); Suzy O'Neil (Jim O'Neil's daughter); Sheriff of Trinity
Storyline
"The Rio Smugglers" Bronco Layne goes to the town called Trinity to help his friend Jim O'Neil who is about to be hanged for the murder of a ranger, Colly Smith. Layne investigates Duke Rhein, a cattle owner, and finds out that he and his thugs are smuggling opium across Jim O'Neil's ford in the Rio Grande river by packing it inside hollowed out cattle horns. Duke had also killed the ranger who knew too much and framed Jim O'Neil. Bronco tries to stop O'Neil's execution but finds out that Jim's wife and daughter are held hostage. When he finally finds them, Jim O'Neil can then say what he knows and the guilty are brought to justice.

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"I have interrupted him at his kill!"
Script
?
Pencils
Rex Maxon
Story Line
Small Bear wounds and is wounded by a mountain lion. The animal, not able to hunt, later attacks the Cheyenne tribe and it's horses convincing them that it is a "spirit cat". Small Bear feels responsible and still recovering from his wounds and against the Chief's orders, for the sake of his tribe and his honor, hunts the animal by himself. He slays it with his spear lodged between rocks and then everyone congratulates him.

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The Crooked Circle
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
In the Arizona territory, Bronco Layne comes across a cavalryman shot dead. At Fort Grant, Colonel Burton tells him he suspects of someone in his fort working for the crooked Tucson Ring who is paying soldiers to desert and is selling worthless supplies to the army. The murdered soldier was a deserter who had changed his mind and was thus finished off with the complicity of the treasonous Sergeant Flint. So Bronco then decides to infiltrate the gang, but is revealed by Sergeant Flint. Bronco manages to narrowly escape and then lays a trap of his own for the criminals to fall into.
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Published May 1959 by Harvey
"Oh goodie, the front door is open."
Chic Young
Chic Young
?
Dagwood Bumstead; Blondie Bumstead; Cookie Bumstead
""Oh goodie, the front door is open."" Dagwood accidentally pays a can opener salesman instead of the laundryman.
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Published May 1959 by Harvey

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"Oh goodie, the front door is open."
Writer
Chic Young
Interior Art
Chic Young
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
Dagwood Bumstead; Blondie Bumstead; Cookie Bumstead
Storyline
""Oh goodie, the front door is open."" Dagwood accidentally pays a can opener salesman instead of the laundryman.

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"Daddy, will you give me a horseback ride like you did when I was a little girl?"
Script
Chic Young
Pencils
Chic Young
Story Line
Dagwood gives Cookie a horseback ride and later she comes downstairs for her goodnight kiss -- and a cup cake, an apple and a glass of milk.

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Story Title
"How disgusting! All small fry!"
Script
Chic Young
Pencils
Chic Young
Story Line
Alexander wishes he was younger than Cookie so he could've collected quarters from her boyfriends to stay out of the parlor. A little boy ask Dagwood if he can marry Cookie and live off of her 50 cents a week allowance.

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"Der Rollo iss up to some monkey bizness."
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Rollo tries to get Chumbo to spray Hans and Fritz with water, but the joke backfires and he gets sprayed by Chumbo.

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"I dreamt you hoodlumps vas bad! So dot's goot enough for me!"
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
The Inspector get the Captain to do his chores.

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"Do Not Pick Flowers"
Script
Chic Young
Pencils
Chic Young
Story Line
The Colonel has given a girl flowers so Duchess tells a policeman he picked them from the city park flowers.

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"Everybody smile pretty."
Script
Chic Young
Pencils
Chic Young
Story Line
The Colonel and the Duchess take pictures at the zoo and get in trouble for feeding a giraffe when it swallows their camera.

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"Man At Work"
Script
Otto Soglow [as O. Soglow]
Pencils
Otto Soglow [as O. Soglow]
Story Line
The Little King sees a lot of 'Men At Work' signs and makes one for himself - 'King Looking For Work'.

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"His majesty wishes to go out among his people disguised, so he can study them closely."
Script
Otto Soglow [as O. Soglow]
Pencils
Otto Soglow [as O. Soglow]
Story Line
The Little King tries to decide what disguise to wear to study his people. He decides on a mailbox.

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Story Title
"Dawgonnit! Where's last month's gas bill?"
Script
Chic Young
Pencils
Chic Young
Story Line
Dagwood finds out why you shouldn't joke about a women's work when she is holding a mop.

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"Yes -- it's very urgent, Mr. Dithers."
Script
Chic Young
Pencils
Chic Young
Story Line
Blondie calls Dagwood at work to ask him where they should go on vacation next Summer.

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Bird Brain
Script
Chic Young
Pencils
Chic Young
Story Line
Dagwood helps a stranger find an address and is two hours late for supper. He helps Cookie get Daisy to eat. He helps the plumber and a salesman and ends up eating the dictionary he buys.

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Story Title
"Dagwood, have you the time, please?"
Script
Chic Young
Pencils
Chic Young
Story Line
Dagwood is constantly interrupted while taking a bath.

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"Working up here in this hot sun makes a fellow thirsty."
Script
Chic Young
Pencils
Chic Young
Story Line
Dagwood gets thirsty working on a second floor porch in the sun and then falls off of it.

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Story Title
Pinch Hitter
Script
Chic Young
Pencils
Chic Young
Story Line
Cookie brings home a black dog thinking it is a dirty Elmer.

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"You can come, but your dog's not allowed upstairs, Elmo."
Script
Chic Young
Pencils
Chic Young
Story Line
Lydia takes over Dagwood's couch so he falls asleep in the chair. Elmo uses a curling iron on the sleeping Dagwood.
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Published [May 1959] by Gilberton
The Three Musketeers
Alexandre Dumas (original author); ? (adaptation)
George Evans
? (painted)
"The Three Musketeers"
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The Three Musketeers
Writer
Alexandre Dumas (original author); ? (adaptation)
Interior Art
George Evans
Cover Art
? (painted)
Storyline
"The Three Musketeers"
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Published [May 1959] by Gilberton
The Last of the Mohicans
James Fenimore Cooper (original story); ? (adaptation)
John Severin
? (painting)
Alice Munro (Colonel Munro's daughter); Chingachgook (a Mohican); Colonel Munro; Cora Munro (Colonel Munro's daughter); David Gamut (psalm-singer); Delaware Indians; General Montcalm; Hawkeye; Magua (a Mingo); Major Duncan Heyward; Mingoes (French-allied Indians); Uncas (Chingachgook's son)
"The Last of the Mohicans"
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Story Title
The Last of the Mohicans
Writer
James Fenimore Cooper (original story); ? (adaptation)
Interior Art
John Severin
Cover Art
? (painting)
Character Appearances
Alice Munro (Colonel Munro's daughter); Chingachgook (a Mohican); Colonel Munro; Cora Munro (Colonel Munro's daughter); David Gamut (psalm-singer); Delaware Indians; General Montcalm; Hawkeye; Magua (a Mingo); Major Duncan Heyward; Mingoes (French-allied Indians); Uncas (Chingachgook's son)
Storyline
"The Last of the Mohicans"
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Published [May 1959] by Gilberton
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
Washington Irving (original story); ? (adaptation)
Norman Nodel
?
"The Legend of Sleepy Hollow"
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Story Title
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
Writer
Washington Irving (original story); ? (adaptation)
Interior Art
Norman Nodel
Cover Art
?
Storyline
"The Legend of Sleepy Hollow"

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Story Title
Rip Van Winkle
Script
Washington Irving (original story); ? (adaptation)
Pencils
Norman Nodel
Story Line
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