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Published June 1938 by David McKay
Alex Raymond
Alex Raymond
Joe Musial
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Published June 1938 by David McKay

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Alex Raymond
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Alex Raymond
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Joe Musial

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Robert L. Ripley
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Robert L. Ripley
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Feg Murray
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Feg Murray
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Harold Knerr
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Harold Knerr
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Jack Welch
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Jack Welch
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?
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Sords
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Lyman Young
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Lyman Young
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Robert L. Ripley
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Robert L. Ripley
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Doc Winner
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Doc Winner
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Paul Robinson
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Paul Robinson
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Billy DeBeck
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Billy DeBeck
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Lyman Young
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Lyman Young
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Ad Carter
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Ad Carter
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Clarence D. Russell [as C. D. Russell]
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Clarence D. Russell [as C. D. Russell]
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Murat Young [as Chic Young]
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Murat Young [as Chic Young]
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Robert L. Ripley
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Robert L. Ripley
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Clarence D. Russell [as C. D. Russell]
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Clarence D. Russell [as C. D. Russell]
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Russ Westover
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Russ Westover
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George Herriman
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George Herriman
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?
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Sords
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Lee Falk
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Ray Moore
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Clarence D. Russell [as C. D. Russell]
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Clarence D. Russell [as C. D. Russell]
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Joe Musial
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Joe Musial
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Ed Anthony
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Ruth Carroll
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Gene Ahern
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Gene Ahern
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Robert L. Ripley
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Robert L. Ripley
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Doc Winner
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Doc Winner
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Clarence D. Russell [as C. D. Russell]
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Clarence D. Russell [as C. D. Russell]
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Published June 1938 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Superman, Lois Lane, Jonathan and Martha Kent

The Coming of Superman
Jerry Siegel
Joe Shuster
Joe Shuster
Superman [Clark Kent]; George Taylor (unnamed); Lois Lane; Daily Star; Evelyn Curry; Bea Carroll (villain); Butch Matson (villain); Senator Barrows (villain); Alex Greer (villain)
"The Coming of Superman" Superman delivers a witness to the governor to stop an execution, then stops a wife-beater. Later Superman, as Clark Kent, goes out with Lois, but she earns the wrath of Butch Matson and Superman must save her. Finally, Clark is assigned a story on the South American republic of San Monte. He heads to Washington DC to find out who is behind Senator Barrows pushing legislation which will embroil the United States in a war in Europe by grabbing lobbyist Alex Greer and scaring the truth out of him.
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Published June 1938 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Superman, Lois Lane, Jonathan and Martha Kent

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Story Title
The Coming of Superman
Writer
Jerry Siegel
Interior Art
Joe Shuster
Cover Art
Joe Shuster
Character Appearances
Superman [Clark Kent]; George Taylor (unnamed); Lois Lane; Daily Star; Evelyn Curry; Bea Carroll (villain); Butch Matson (villain); Senator Barrows (villain); Alex Greer (villain)
Storyline
"The Coming of Superman" Superman delivers a witness to the governor to stop an execution, then stops a wife-beater. Later Superman, as Clark Kent, goes out with Lois, but she earns the wrath of Butch Matson and Superman must save her. Finally, Clark is assigned a story on the South American republic of San Monte. He heads to Washington DC to find out who is behind Senator Barrows pushing legislation which will embroil the United States in a war in Europe by grabbing lobbyist Alex Greer and scaring the truth out of him.

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The A-G Gang
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Homer Fleming ?
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Homer Fleming [as H. Fleming] (signed)
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Church begins a vendetta aginst the crooked ranch owners who have, by fraud, acquired the range lands he inherited after his father's death.

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The Mystery of the Freight Train Robberies
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Fred Guardineer (signed)
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Fred Guardineer (signed)
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Zatara and Tong investigate the murders of several railroad detectives and the theft of over $200,000 in loot.

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Russell Cole [as Alger] (signed)
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Russell Cole [as Alger] (signed)
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Sticky swipes some apples and is pursued by the police. He gets a lucky break to make good his escape.

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?
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Sven Elven (signed)
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Marco, his father, and his uncle are given an audience with the new Pope, who gives them the mission to seek out the Khan of Tartary, and bring with them priests and men of learning in order to impart that knowledge to his people.

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The Light Heavyweight Championship
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Gardner F. Fox
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Fred Guardineer (signed)
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When the Boxing Commission runs a dirty fight trainer out of town, he swears his revenge...against Pep.

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The International Jewel Thief
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?
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Will Ely (signed)
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An international jewel thief arrives in America as a prisoner, but Scoop and Rusty are on hand to witness his escape with the help of his gang lying in wait.

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Murder in England
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Ken Fitch ?
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Bernard Baily (signed)
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Ken is framed for the murder of a man, and, with the help of Betty and Bobby, sets out to prove his innocence.

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Jerry Siegel [as Jerome Siegel] (signed)
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Joe Shuster (signed)
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A space vehicle from a destroyed world lands on Earth, and its occupant becomes Superman. In addition, a scientific explanation for this being's powers is given.
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Published June 1938 by Globe Syndicate
Herb Cornell
Herb Cornell
Will Hammell
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Published June 1938 by Globe Syndicate

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Herb Cornell
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Herb Cornell
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Will Hammell

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Horace Adams
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Horace Adams
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Chuck Dooling
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Chuck Dooling
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Hal Wheatley
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Hal Wheatley
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Horace Adams [as Smada]
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Horace Adams [as Smada]
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Bob Kane [as Robert Kaye]
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Bob Kane [as Robert Kaye]
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Circus Almanac for May
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?
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?
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V. Kilpatrick
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V. Kilpatrick
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Jean Hotchkiss
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Jean Hotchkiss
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Bob Kane
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Bob Kane
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Eldon Frye
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Eldon Frye
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Wesley Morse
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Wesley Morse
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Will Eisner
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Will Eisner
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Mark Ellison
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Mark Ellison
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Mort Cowen
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Jay Jackson
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Dave Gerard
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Dave Gerard
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Terry Flagg
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Terry Flagg
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Ed Nofziger
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Ed Nofziger
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Corinne Dillon
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Corinne Dillon
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Ed Nofziger
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Ed Nofziger
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Henry Roesler
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Henry Roesler
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Howard Norge
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Howard Norge
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Ralph Olian
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Ralph Olian
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Basil Wolverton [as Dennis Langdon]
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Basil Wolverton [as Dennis Langdon]
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Henry Roesler
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Henry Roesler
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Basil Wolverton
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Basil Wolverton
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?
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James Pabian
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In Fuzzyland
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Jack Cole
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Jack Cole
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Published June 1938 by Dell
"Spanish gunboats and Spanish fortress bombard each other"
F. V. Martinek
Leon A. Beroth
?
Don Winslow
""Spanish gunboats and Spanish fortress bombard each other"" Don and his crew are trying to rescue American civilians from the Spanish Civil War.
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Published June 1938 by Dell

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"Spanish gunboats and Spanish fortress bombard each other"
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F. V. Martinek
Interior Art
Leon A. Beroth
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?
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Don Winslow
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""Spanish gunboats and Spanish fortress bombard each other"" Don and his crew are trying to rescue American civilians from the Spanish Civil War.

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"Oboy! This is th' life"
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Roy Crane
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Roy Crane
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"Certainly Irwin, take the camera along with you and try it out"
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Norman Marsh
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Norman Marsh
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"The oil line's broken... we might catch fire"
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Irwin Myers
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Irwin Myers
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?
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Merrill Blosser
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"Peering through the aperture of the projection book"
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Ray Thompson
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Charles Coll
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"If I enter this house through the window many more times..."
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Martha Orr
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Martha Orr
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Junior the Ventriloquist
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Sol Hess
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Sol Hess
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"Hey you! Ain't I told you to keep outa here!"
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?
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Al Lewin
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Fence War In Painted Valley [part 1]
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?
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Al Lewin
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Safer Walking
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Edgar Martin
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Edgar Martin
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"Mrs J B Green the wife of a wealthy midwest manufacturer nervously awaits the arrival of her legal advisor"
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?
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Milt Youngren ?
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The Rock Creek Cattle War [Part 1]
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?
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Ken Ernst
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Dan Balkin
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Dan Balkin
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Published June 1938 by DC
The Case of the Missing Corpse
Creig Flessel ?
Creig Flessel
Creig Flessel (signed)
Speed Saunders; Mike Bruno (intro, villain); Miss Bannon; Joseph Bannon (flashback)
"The Case of the Missing Corpse"
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The Case of the Missing Corpse
Writer
Creig Flessel ?
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Creig Flessel
Cover Art
Creig Flessel (signed)
Character Appearances
Speed Saunders; Mike Bruno (intro, villain); Miss Bannon; Joseph Bannon (flashback)
Storyline
"The Case of the Missing Corpse"

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Black Tony Barmacino: Dictator of the Dope Dynasty
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Will Ely ?
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Will Ely ?
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The Plot to Kill Larry Steele: Part 2
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Will Ely
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Will Ely
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The National Museum Mystery
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?
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Sven Elven
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Too Many Crooks: Part 3
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Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson ?
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Tom Hickey
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A Traitor in Our Midst
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Jerry Siegel (signed)
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Joe Shuster (signed)
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"Fingerprint" Farson, the Plain Clothes Man
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Russell Alger Cole [as Alger]
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Russell Alger Cole [as Alger]
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Trading Trouble
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Homer Fleming (signed)
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Homer Fleming (signed)
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The Broadway Bandit
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Jerry Siegel (signed)
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Joe Shuster (signed)
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Published June 1938 by Eastern Color
"Wilma cruising low over the country, finally found Buck -- unconscious..."
Phil Nolan
Dick Calkins (signed)
?
""Wilma cruising low over the country, finally found Buck -- unconscious...""
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Published June 1938 by Eastern Color

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"Wilma cruising low over the country, finally found Buck -- unconscious..."
Writer
Phil Nolan
Interior Art
Dick Calkins (signed)
Cover Art
?
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""Wilma cruising low over the country, finally found Buck -- unconscious...""

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Does A Kind Deed
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Arthur Poinier
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Arthur Poinier
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"By golly, this is going to be a good joke on Napoleon"
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Clifford McBride
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Clifford McBride
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"On learning Homer's real identiry Doc goes into action"
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Fred Locher
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Fred Locher
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Doc calls the Hoopees and tells them Homer is in Mexico.

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"Queenie! Help!"
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S. M. Iger [as Bob Bliss]
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S. M. Iger [as Bob Bliss]
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Frank Godwin
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Frank Godwin
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"Whew! That was some mystery story"
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Frank Godwin
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Frank Godwin
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"What is it Mary?"
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Roy L. Williams
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Roy L. Williams
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The missing candlesticks are located, but Mr. Weston disappears.

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"By golly, here's my old pipe, Napolean"
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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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"That's the man that chased after me the other day, Mom!"
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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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"I've knocked a flower pot out of the window!"
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A. E. Hayward
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A. E. Hayward
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"Well Scorch, they sure gave us a sell reception"
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Noel Sickles (signed)
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Noel Sickles (signed)
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"Now you know what you're to do!"
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Julian Ollendorf
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Julian Ollendorf
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"Goosh! Chief, Whatcha washin' the wagon for?"
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Allen Saunders
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Elmer Woggon
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Victor Pazmino
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Victor Pazmino
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"Can I see Sir Basil about a well rope?"
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Ralph Briggs Fuller
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Ralph Briggs Fuller
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"Air Mail Sir"
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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]
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M. E. Brady [as MEB]
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Clifford McBride
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Clifford McBride
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Arminius
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J. Carroll Mansfield
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J. Carroll Mansfield
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"Catfish Betz confesses"
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Mel Graff
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Mel Graff
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Betz confesses that he's behind the Ghost train.

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"Now is great moment-after months of getting escape ready"
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Coulton Waugh
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Coulton Waugh
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Allen Saunders
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Elmer Woggon
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"Six days after the Jersey kidnapping Brunette and Vandenbush popped up in Monroe, Wis."
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Rex Collier
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Jimmy Thompson
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"Now it's the monster's mate! She's gnawing the tree down!"
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F. O. Alexander
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F. O. Alexander
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Belinda and Harry manage to escape the beast and make it back into the spaceship.

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"You were saying?"
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?
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Dick Calkins
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"Hurry darling, School starts today you know!"
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Clare Victor Dwiggins
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Clare Victor Dwiggins
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Paul Powell
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Kemp Starrett ?
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"Every time I go fishing I get so drowsy"
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M. E. Brady [as MEB]
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M. E. Brady [as MEB]
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Published [June] 1938 by David McKay
Wild Oats
Elzie Segar
Elzie Segar
Elzie Segar
Popeye; Olive Oyle; the Jeep; Poppa
"Wild Oats"
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Published [June] 1938 by David McKay

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Story Title
Wild Oats
Writer
Elzie Segar
Interior Art
Elzie Segar
Cover Art
Elzie Segar
Character Appearances
Popeye; Olive Oyle; the Jeep; Poppa
Storyline
"Wild Oats"
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Published June 1938 by Quality Comics
"Let the child have some fun..."
Rube Goldberg
Rube Goldberg
Ed Cronin?
""Let the child have some fun...""
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"Let the child have some fun..."
Writer
Rube Goldberg
Interior Art
Rube Goldberg
Cover Art
Ed Cronin?
Storyline
""Let the child have some fun...""

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"Yo' tole me t'see yo' aftah de show, Boss."
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Ed Wheelan
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Ed Wheelan
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"Say Ma--Uncle Phil is puttin' on my old baseball suit..."
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Lank Leonard
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Lank Leonard
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"Those insects only live one day Joe--"
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Ham Fisher
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Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
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"Red light! Are you going to play?"
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Bob Zuppke
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R. W. Depew
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"We're trailing those diamonds Mr. Pierce!"
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Monte Barrett
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Russell E. Ross
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"Law--my new hat!"
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Monte Barrett
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Russell E. Ross
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"I'm throwing a surprise party..."
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J. P. McEvoy
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J. H. Striebel
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Safe
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H. J. Tuthill
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H. J. Tuthill
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"Now that we've got lights, let's see about all this!!"
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John J. Welch
Pencils
Jack McGuire (signed)
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As the boys predicted, at the end of the seance Mrs. Bott's money has disappeared.

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"I don't come from a 'rithmetic family!"
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George Marcoux
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George Marcoux
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"What's the idea?"
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Al Zere
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Al Zere
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"As the Hawk's men board the pirate ship..."
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Will Eisner
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Will Eisner
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5th Ave. Jewel Dealer Robbed of Fortune
Script
George Brenner
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George Brenner
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The Clock solves a jewel robbery by threatening to use his usual assortment of torture devices.

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"Sir Neville raises arms..."
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Vernon Henkel
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Vernon Henkel
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"You ready, Clip?"
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George Brenner
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George Brenner (Scott Sheridan)
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Grimm's Great Fielding in the 1929 World Series
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Bob Zuppke
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R. W. Depew
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Mattewson's Famous Fadeaway Ball
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Bob Zuppke
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R. W. Depew
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Published June 1938 by DC
"Now Jill, We'll just leave you here for a while to think things over."
?
Tom Hickey
Vin Sullivan (signed)
Wing Brady; Hap Hamilton; Frenchy Renard; Jill Bradford
""Now Jill, We'll just leave you here for a while to think things over.""
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"Now Jill, We'll just leave you here for a while to think things over."
Writer
?
Interior Art
Tom Hickey
Cover Art
Vin Sullivan (signed)
Character Appearances
Wing Brady; Hap Hamilton; Frenchy Renard; Jill Bradford
Storyline
""Now Jill, We'll just leave you here for a while to think things over.""

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Richard II of England and the Wat Tyler Uprising
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?
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Homer Fleming
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"Have you heard from Indian Joe yet, Jack?"
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?
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Will Ely
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"Well me for some sleep-"
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?
Pencils
Will Ely (signed)
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Sandra witnesses a kidnapping outside her hotel window and gives chase..

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"I hit the combination that time!"
Script
Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Joe Shuster
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Dr. Occult has a new invention that lets him locate crime by tracking malignant thought waves. They can also teleport and turn invisible.

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Sandy Kean Wanted for Murder
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Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Joe Shuster
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Episode 21
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Sven Elven
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Sven Elven
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"A week has passed since the explosion in the dry cleaning establishment"
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?
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Will Ely
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"Oh dear! Baby has been crying all day."
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Bob Kane [as Robert Kane]
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Bob Kane
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"SPLASH!"
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?
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Ed Winiarski [As Win]
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"Look here you fat lout! I need one more man to complete this crew!"
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Bernard Baily
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Bernard Baily
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The Booth Mansion Part 1
Script
Stan Aschmeier? [as Stan Asch]
Pencils
Stan Aschmeier [as Stan Asch]
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Marg'ry's father leaves her with Professor Booth when he goes to Europe, not realizing Booth plans to kidnap her and hold her for ransom.

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The New Guinea Cannibals
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?
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R. A. Burley (Signed)
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Russell Alger Cole [as Alger]
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Russell Alger Cole [as Alger]
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?
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?
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"Now Boys, be back f'r supper!"
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Russell Alger Cole [as Alger]
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Russell Alger Cole [as Alger]
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Russell Alger Cole [as Alger]
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Russell Alger Cole [as Alger]
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Russell Alger Cole [as Alger]
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Russell Alger Cole [as Alger]
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Published June 1938 by DC
The Train Robbery: Part 27
Homer Fleming
Homer Fleming
Creig Flessel
"The Train Robbery: Part 27"
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Story Title
The Train Robbery: Part 27
Writer
Homer Fleming
Interior Art
Homer Fleming
Cover Art
Creig Flessel
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"The Train Robbery: Part 27"

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The Cobra: Part 1
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Jerry Siegel
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Joe Shuster
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The Cobra kidnaps a bank manager.

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Episode 22
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Tom Hickey
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Tom Hickey
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The Pirate Ship: Part 2
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Bob Kane
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Bob Kane
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Murder at the Thousand Bleeding Dragons: Part 9
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Joe Donohoe
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Joe Donohoe
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"Hassenpfeffer for super tonight!"
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Ray Burley
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Ray Burley (signed)
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Genghis Akhim: Part 2
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Ed Winiarski
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Ed Winiarski [as Win]
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The Red Hatchet: Part 5
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Will Ely
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Will Ely
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"The famous Smith art collection will be auctioned tomorrow"
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Russell Alger Cole [as Alger]
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Russell Alger Cole [as Alger]
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Rajah Maharajah: Part 23
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Homer Fleming
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Homer Fleming
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Bob Kane
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Bob Kane (signed)
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"Where's Sam? I got good news fo' him!"
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Russell Alger Cole [as Alger]
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Russell Alger Cole [as Alger]
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"Noble sir,wilt thou kindly hold the bag a minute"
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Ray Burley
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Ray Burley (signed)
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Episode 5
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Sven Elven
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Sven Elven (signed)
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Fred Schwab?
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Fred Schwab
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The God of the Ruby Eye: Part 1
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Jim Chambers
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Jim Chambers
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Pearl of the Bleeding Heart: Part 11
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Will Ely
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Will Ely (signed)
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"Notice all the cops around? This is a very bad district"
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Russell Alger Cole [as Alger]
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Russell Alger Cole [as Alger]
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Published June 1938 by Dell
Fontaine Fox
Fontaine Fox
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Fontaine Fox
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Fontaine Fox
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?

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?
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?
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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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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School Days
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J.R. Williams
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J.R. Williams
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Clyde Lewis
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Clyde Lewis
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Bob Moore
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Carl Pfeufer
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Frances Edwina Dumm
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Frances Edwina Dumm
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Chet Smith
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Chet Smith
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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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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Clyde Lewis
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Clyde Lewis
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Paul Webb
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Paul Webb
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Gene Byrnes
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Gene Byrnes
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William Ferguson
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William Ferguson
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Jack Warren [as Jack A. Warren]
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Jack Warren [as Jack A. Warren]
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Hal Forrest
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Hal Forrest
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?
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?
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?
Pencils
?
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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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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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Clyde Lewis
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Clyde Lewis
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vs. Boat-Hook Roggan's Gang
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?
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James Gray
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William Ferguson
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William Ferguson
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Gene Byrnes
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Gene Byrnes
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Fontaine Fox
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Fontaine Fox
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Clyde Lewis
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Clyde Lewis
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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Chet Smith
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Chet Smith
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Frances Edwina Dumm
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Frances Edwina Dumm
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Bob Moore
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Carl Pfeufer
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School Days
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J.R. Williams
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J.R. Williams
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?
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?
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Toby and the Soaring Sofa
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Stan
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Stan
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Broad and High-Jumping
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Ed Cronin
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Ed Cronin
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Rhys-Davids
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Stookie Allen
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Stookie Allen
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"Yes ladies when you left, I was securely bound on that cot."
Chester Gould
Chester Gould
Bill Holman ?
Dick Tracy; Johnny Mintworth
""Yes ladies when you left, I was securely bound on that cot.""
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"Yes ladies when you left, I was securely bound on that cot."
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Chester Gould
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Chester Gould
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Bill Holman ?
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Dick Tracy; Johnny Mintworth
Storyline
""Yes ladies when you left, I was securely bound on that cot.""

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"Smokey! It's ten o'clock- Time to get up!"
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman
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"While Daddy Warbucks lolls carelessly in the fancied security of his riverside retreat--"
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Harold Gray
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Harold Gray
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"Undefeated?"
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Walter Berndt
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Walter Berndt
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"Follow me Men! He's fast asleep!"
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Stanley Link
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Stanley Link
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"Papa Pyzon"
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Milton Caniff
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Milton Caniff
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"It's a swell day for a spin around the lake in Chester's outboard"
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Gus Edson
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Gus Edson
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William Ward
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William Ward
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"Now was that nice, Geraldine!"
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Frank King
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Frank King
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"My dear old Granddad's alarm clock"
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Basil Reynolds
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Basil Reynolds
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It's Don Jose's men all right-"
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Ed Leffingwell
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Ed Leffingwell
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Gus Jud
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Gus Jud
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"Fifteen dollars or fifteen days- Next case"
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Frank Willard
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Frank Willard
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"Pop! Oh Poppa Jenks! I-I-I feel sorta faint!"
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Carl Ed
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Carl Ed
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Gus Jud
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Gus Jud
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?
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George Merkle
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"Just imagine- a real fur coat for only $75- I ever had a real fur!"
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E. Lambert
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E. Lambert
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"Gee this is a swell place up here in Pine Lake"
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Martin Branner
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Martin Branner
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"Whitey do me a favor and take this to the printers"
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Lou Byrnes
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Lou Byrnes
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"A farthing and three buttons!"
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Basil Reynolds
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Basil Reynolds
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"Kin I go too, Jack?"
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Zack Mosley
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Zack Mosley
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"Say, this pear isn't fit for a pig to eat!"
?
Victor Pazmiño [as VEP] (signed)
?
Clancy the Cop
""Say, this pear isn't fit for a pig to eat!""
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"Say, this pear isn't fit for a pig to eat!"
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?
Interior Art
Victor Pazmiño [as VEP] (signed)
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
Clancy the Cop
Storyline
""Say, this pear isn't fit for a pig to eat!""

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"Hey! What's this?"
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?
Pencils
?
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"Well, well! A full house!"
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?
Pencils
?
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"Pardon me, Mister"
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Boody Rogers ?
Pencils
Boody Rogers [as Charles McGraw] (credited)
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"Let me see you do that again!"
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?
Pencils
Victor Pazmiño [as VEP] (signed)
Story Line

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"While trussing up Cap'n Cloud and his crew"
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Robert Weinstein (signed)
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Robert Weinstein (signed)
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"Jimmy! Leave that bee hive alone!"
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?
Pencils
Victor Pazmiño [as VEP] (signed)
Story Line

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"Look, Meg, there's another village"
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Adolphe Barreaux (credited)
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Adolphe Barreaux (credited)
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The Mystery of the Hooded Horsemen
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?
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Norman Fallon (credited)
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"Golly, I'd give my right foot"
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C. D. Small
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C. D. Small
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"Well, old woman, what brings you here?"
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Bob Moore (credited)
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Carl Pfeufer (credited)
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"An hour after the explosion of the gas bomb"
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Paul H. Jepson (signed)
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Paul H. Jepson (signed)
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"Alright, ye buckos, shake an' fergit it"
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?
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James McCague [as James P. McCague] (credited)
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"We're readin' a swell book on animal life!"
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Frank Engli (credited)
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Frank Engli (credited)
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"No, Jimmy, I can't play with you now!"
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?
Pencils
Victor Pazmiño [as VEP] (signed)
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"Did you sell that basket of apples you took to market?"
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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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"Whata horse!"
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Tex O'Reilly (credited)
Pencils
Jack Warren [as Jack A. Warren] (credited)
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Sam Uses His Head on the Links
Script
C. D. Small
Pencils
C. D. Small
Story Line

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"You got 'im Ted!"
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?
Pencils
Al Carreno (credited)
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