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Published June 1939 by David McKay
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Alex Raymond
Joe Musial
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Published June 1939 by David McKay

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Alex Raymond
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Joe Musial

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Ad Carter
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A.D. Carter [as Ad Carter]
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A.D. Carter [as Ad Carter]
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A.D. Carter [as Ad Carter]
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A.D. Carter [as Ad Carter]
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H.H.Knerr
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Sords
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Lyman Young
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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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Doc Winner
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Paul Robinson
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Billy DeBeck
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Lyman Young
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"Next morning a trap is devised for..."
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Hal Foster
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Chic Young
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Jimmy Hatlo
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Russ Westover
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George Herriman
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Lee Falk
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Ray Moore
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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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Doc Winner
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A.D. Carter [as Ad Carter]
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A.D. Carter [as Ad Carter]
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A.D. Carter [as Ad Carter]
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A.D. Carter [as Ad Carter]
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A.D. Carter [as Ad Carter]
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A.D. Carter [as Ad Carter]
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A.D. Carter [as Ad Carter]
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A.D. Carter [as Ad Carter]
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A.D. Carter [as Ad Carter]
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A.D. Carter [as Ad Carter]
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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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Clarence D. Russell [as C. D. Russell]
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Clarence D. Russell [as C. D. Russell]
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Published June 1939 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of the Ultra-Humanite

Superman vs. the Cab Protective League
Jerry Siegel (signed)
Joe Shuster (signed); Paul Cassidy ?
Joe Shuster
Superman [Clark Kent]; Carlyle; Villains: Reynolds; Ultra-Humanite (introduction)
"Superman vs. the Cab Protective League" Superman decides to wage war against the Cab Protective League, a firm trying to victimize the independent cab companies. But when he thinks the situation has been resolved, he comes to face a new threat: the Ultra-Humanite, a foe who gained from a scientific experiment the most agile and learned brain on earth...a foe who seeks to dominate of the world!
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Published June 1939 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of the Ultra-Humanite

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Superman vs. the Cab Protective League
Writer
Jerry Siegel (signed)
Interior Art
Joe Shuster (signed); Paul Cassidy ?
Cover Art
Joe Shuster
Character Appearances
Superman [Clark Kent]; Carlyle; Villains: Reynolds; Ultra-Humanite (introduction)
Storyline
"Superman vs. the Cab Protective League" Superman decides to wage war against the Cab Protective League, a firm trying to victimize the independent cab companies. But when he thinks the situation has been resolved, he comes to face a new threat: the Ultra-Humanite, a foe who gained from a scientific experiment the most agile and learned brain on earth...a foe who seeks to dominate of the world!

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The Ibor Jewel Curse
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Will Ely
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The Journey Home, Part 1
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Gardner F. Fox
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Fred Guardineer [as Gene Baxter] (signed)
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Sven Elven
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The Ace of Spades
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Ken Fitch ?
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Bernard Baily (signed)
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Homer Fleming [as H. Fleming] (signed)
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The Swamp of Satan
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Gardner F. Fox
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Fred Guardineer
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Gill Fox
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Published June 1939 by DC
The Suicide of Major Duval, Part 2
Ed Winiarski
Ed Winiarski [as Win]
John Richard Flanagan
Count Guniff (villain)
"The Suicide of Major Duval, Part 2"
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Published June 1939 by DC

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The Suicide of Major Duval, Part 2
Writer
Ed Winiarski
Interior Art
Ed Winiarski [as Win]
Cover Art
John Richard Flanagan
Character Appearances
Count Guniff (villain)
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"The Suicide of Major Duval, Part 2"

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"Oboy -- It feels swell to sink my teeth into dis rubber..."
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Fred Schwab
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Fred Schwab
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The White Witch, Part 2
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Gardner Fox
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George Newman
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"How many?" "Fill 'er up all th' way!"
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Jerry Siegel (signed)
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Joe Shuster (signed)
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"After cleaning up the outlaws, we find Jack once more on the trail..."
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Jim Chambers
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Jim Chambers
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Auctioneer Dossier
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Gardner Fox
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Don Lynch
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Captured By Col. Benback, Part 1
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Ed Winiarski
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Ed Winiarski
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"Far up the Sang Do River Tom Brent guides a small junk..."
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Jim Chambers
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Jim Chambers
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"Skip Schuyler, ace man of the U.S. Army Intelligence Department, has been stationed..."
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Tom Hickey
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Tom Hickey
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The Pirate Ship, Part 14
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Bob Kane
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Bob Kane
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"Our two heroes of the United States fleet, Don Kerry and "Red" Murphy..."
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Fred Guardineer
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Fred Guardineer
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Published June 1939 by DC
"Patrolling the Pacific sea lanes..."
Jerry Siegel ?
William A. Smith
Sheldon Mayer
""Patrolling the Pacific sea lanes...""
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Published June 1939 by DC

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"Patrolling the Pacific sea lanes..."
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Jerry Siegel ?
Interior Art
William A. Smith
Cover Art
Sheldon Mayer
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""Patrolling the Pacific sea lanes...""

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"There she is Mutt - My new maid!"
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher]
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher]
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"When Spot Savage warns Diana Kingsley that the Duchess..."
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Harry Lampert
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"Would you boys mind standing up..."
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Gene Byrnes
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Gene Byrnes
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"It's quite lovely, no doubt..."
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Percy Crosby
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Percy Crosby
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"I wanna buy a revolver!"
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Gene Byrnes
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Gene Byrnes
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"The Red, White and Beautiful--Long May It Wave..."
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Walter Galli
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Walter Galli
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"Sh-h - I'm settin' the hens on my colored Easter eggs..."
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher]
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher]
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Home from a Walk Early
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Edwina Dumm
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Edwina Dumm
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"Hey, Hop! Remember your old 'plane that I sold to a movie outfit?"
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Jon L. Blummer [as Jon Elby]
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Jon L. Blummer [as Jon Elby]
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"Scribbly has just moved to a new neighborhood..."
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Sheldon Mayer
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Sheldon Mayer
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The Mystery Men of Mars [Part 3]
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Carl Claudy
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Stan Aschmeier
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"Why, whoever heard of that bird being up in these parts!"
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Fontaine Fox
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Fontaine Fox
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"Half of the torn chart which had fluttered from Tubby's hand..."
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George Storm
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Wind-Blown Hat
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Edwina Dumm
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Edwina Dumm
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"For Sale Cheap"
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher]
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher]
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"Stop makin' all that noise!"
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Gene Byrnes
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Gene Byrnes
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"You men better come in and have some lunch..."
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Percy Crosby
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Percy Crosby
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"I thought you were a card expoit!"
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Gene Byrnes
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Gene Byrnes
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"Eggs are forty cents a dozen..."
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher]
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher]
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"Oh, boy! That last shot got her right where she sits!"
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Fontaine Fox
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Fontaine Fox
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The "Happy" Family
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Jay Jerome Williams [as Edwin Alger]
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Calvin Fader ?
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Visitors Not Wanted!
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Jay Jerome Williams [as Edwin Alger]
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Calvin Fader ?
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Startling Developments!
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Jay Jerome Williams [as Edwin Alger]
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Calvin Fader ?
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A Desperate Move!
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Jay Jerome Williams [as Edwin Alger]
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Calvin Fader ?
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"At last I'm on the tracks of Mr. Wiley!"
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Lt. Richard Rick
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Lt. Richard Rick
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"Oh, dear me! My new garter is slipping down!"
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Fontaine Fox
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Fontaine Fox
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One Way to Fish
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher]
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher]
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"And for your home work I want you to visit some place..."
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Gene Byrnes
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Gene Byrnes
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"Ouch!!" "Cut it out!"
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Percy Crosby
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Percy Crosby
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"Look!" "Another shiner, huh-?"
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Percy Crosby
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Percy Crosby
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"Who taught him to carry the paper?"
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Percy Crosby
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Percy Crosby
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"Y'can't fool me!"
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Gene Byrnes
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Gene Byrnes
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Lamp Light
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher]
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher]
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Knocking Over Easter Eggs
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher]
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher]
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"What do the do when they get tired walking, Daisybelle?"
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Gene Byrnes
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Gene Byrnes
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"Now let's start!"
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Percy Crosby
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Percy Crosby
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"Do you wanta put on the gloves?"
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Percy Crosby
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Percy Crosby
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"What!! Twenty-five cents a pound for butter!"
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Percy Crosby
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Percy Crosby
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"I'd love to go there!"
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Gene Byrnes
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Gene Byrnes
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Flirting with a Married Cat
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher]
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher]
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Published June 1939 by Centaur
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Bill Everett (signed)
Skyrocket Steele Dodge
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Published June 1939 by Centaur

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Bill Everett (signed)
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Skyrocket Steele Dodge

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"Get Prof. Gray on the Televisor!"
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Carl Burgos (signed)
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Carl Burgos (signed)
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Dr. Ralon reports from the Arctic Experimental Camp that he has succeeded to bring to life, through his evolutionizing machine, human beings, developed from animals. VBut his report is cut short when three figures, the leader a woman, crashes into his lab and uses an electronic pistol on the doctor. When Tim and the Professor go to investigate, the villainous trio capture them and the Air-Sub DX.

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The Quest of the Golden Idol
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The Three "Bugs" on Weird Isle
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Devil of the Deep
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Norman Daniels (signed)
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Fred Guardineer
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Published June 1939 by United Features
"So it's fight you want, is it? Come an' get it!!"
Raeburn van Buren
Raeburn van Buren (signed)
Al Capp
""So it's fight you want, is it? Come an' get it!!""
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Published June 1939 by United Features

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"So it's fight you want, is it? Come an' get it!!"
Writer
Raeburn van Buren
Interior Art
Raeburn van Buren (signed)
Cover Art
Al Capp
Storyline
""So it's fight you want, is it? Come an' get it!!""

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Dick Richards
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Dick Richards
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Bernard Dibble
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Bernard Dibble
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Bernard Dibble (signed)
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Ed Kuekes (signed)
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Olive Ray Scott
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Ed Kuekes (signed)
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R. M. Brinkerhoff
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R. M. Brinkerhoff
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Becky Sharp (signed)
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H. E. Homan
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H. E. Homan
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Ernie Bushmiller
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Ernie Bushmiller
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Freddie and Fritz
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Dudley T. Fisher Jr.
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Dudley T. Fisher Jr.
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Bernard Dibble
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Harry O'Neill
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Bill Conselman
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Charlie Plumb
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Richard Barthelmess
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Harry Lee
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Winfield Meggs
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"At sight of the carcass of Bara and the scent of blood..."
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Edgar Rice Burroughs
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?
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Rudolph Dirks
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Rudolph Dirks
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"You have such a marvelous reputation for solving social problems."
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Al Capp
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Published June 1939 by Dell
Lieut. Comdr. F. V. Martinek, U.S.N.R.
L. A. Beroth
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Published June 1939 by Dell

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Lieut. Comdr. F. V. Martinek, U.S.N.R.
Interior Art
L. A. Beroth
Cover Art
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Hold Up at Sea
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Roy Crane
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Norman Marsh
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"Speed Bolton is forced down on a secret flight to Tibet..."
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?
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Al McWilliams
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?
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Ray Thompson
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Charles Coll
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Martha Orr
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Martha Orr
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Sol Hess
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W. A. Carlson
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?
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The Payroll Bandits
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Jim Chambers
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?
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The Piranha - Ghastly Killer
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?
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The Bandits of Dead Man's Gulch
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?
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?
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Virginia Krausmann
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Fred Harman
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J. R. Williams
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Published June 1939 by DC
Frenchy Blake's Jewel Gang
Bill Finger
Bob Kane [as Rob't Kane] (signed)
Fred Guardineer (signed)
The Bat-Man [Bruce Wayne]; Commissioner James Gordon; Gimpy (Police stool pigeon); Kelly (Policeman); Frenchy Blake (villain); Blake's gang [Slick; others un-named] (villains); jewel thieves (villains)
"Frenchy Blake's Jewel Gang" Using information obtained from a Police stool pigeon, the Bat-Man sets aim on one Frenchy Blake, leader of a notorious jewel theft ring.
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Published June 1939 by DC

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Story Title
Frenchy Blake's Jewel Gang
Writer
Bill Finger
Interior Art
Bob Kane [as Rob't Kane] (signed)
Cover Art
Fred Guardineer (signed)
Character Appearances
The Bat-Man [Bruce Wayne]; Commissioner James Gordon; Gimpy (Police stool pigeon); Kelly (Policeman); Frenchy Blake (villain); Blake's gang [Slick; others un-named] (villains); jewel thieves (villains)
Storyline
"Frenchy Blake's Jewel Gang" Using information obtained from a Police stool pigeon, the Bat-Man sets aim on one Frenchy Blake, leader of a notorious jewel theft ring.

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Dope Ring
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Fred Guardineer (signed)
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Killing by Proxy
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?
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Homer Fleming [as H. Fleming] (signed)
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Saboteurs Bob Steamer
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Jerry Siegel (signed)
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Joe Shuster (signed)
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The Bagilan Ruby
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Jim Chambers (signed)
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Jim Chambers (signed)
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The New Orleans Mardi Gras Murder, Part 2
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Tom Hickey (signed)
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Tom Hickey (signed)
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Sax Rohmer (signed)
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Leo O'Mealia ?
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The Truxon Hall Fox Hunt
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Sven Elven ?
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Sven Elven (signed)
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The Whitethorne Inheritance
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Jerry Siegel (signed)
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Joe Shuster (signed)
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Published June 1939 by Eastern Color
From The Desert
M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
Victor E. Pazmino
Spunky Dory; Duchess the goat
"From The Desert"
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Published June 1939 by Eastern Color

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From The Desert
Writer
M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
Interior Art
M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
Cover Art
Victor E. Pazmino
Character Appearances
Spunky Dory; Duchess the goat
Storyline
"From The Desert"

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Clifford McBride
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Clifford McBride
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Fred Locher
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Fred Locher
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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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Frank Godwin
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Frank Godwin
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Roy L. Williams
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Roy L. Williams
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Babe and Beny are lost in the woods

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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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A. E. Hayward
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A. E. Hayward
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A. E. Hayward
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A. E. Hayward
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Noel Sickles
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Noel Sickles (signed)
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Scorchy discovers his girlfriend is marrying some one else.

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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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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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Clifford McBride
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Clifford McBride
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J. Carroll Mansfield
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J. Carroll Mansfield
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Mel Graff
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Mel Graff
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Colton Waugh
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Colton Waugh
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Dicky finds his lost dog, but the dog is seriously injured

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Allen Saunders
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Elmer Woggon
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Arthur Poinier
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Arthur Poinier
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Rex Collier
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Jimmy Thompson
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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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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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Phil Nowlan
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Dick Calkins
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Paul Powell
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Kemp Starrett ?
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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 June 1939 by Quality Comics
Lank Leonard
Lank Leonard
Ed Cronin
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Published June 1939 by Quality Comics

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Lank Leonard
Interior Art
Lank Leonard
Cover Art
Ed Cronin

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Pursued By Baron Basil
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Will Eisner [as Will Erwin]
Pencils
Will Eisner [as Will Erwin]
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Monte Barrett
Pencils
Russell E. Ross
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The Princess of Navaria
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Vernon Henkel
Pencils
Vernon Henkel
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Episode 21
Script
Ed Wheelan
Pencils
Ed Wheelan
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The Death of Colonel Warren
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William A. Smith
Pencils
William A. Smith
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O'Toole Transformed
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Bud Thomas
Pencils
Bud Thomas
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Crime at the International Fair
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George E. Brenner (signed)
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George E. Brenner (signed)
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O'Brien visits the 1939 World's Fair and immediately runs into trouble. He manages to stop the Boss and Chick without ever donning his black silk mask.

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Rube Goldberg
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Rube Goldberg
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High Words
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H. J. Tuthill
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H. J. Tuthill
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Theft by Seaplane
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Frank Frollo
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Frank Frollo
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Episode 21
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John J. Welch
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John J. Welch
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Bob Zuppke
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R. W. Depew
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"C'mon, Myrtle--!"
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George Marcoux
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George Marcoux
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Murder among the Cree
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Art Pinajian
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Art Pinajian
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J. P. McEvoy
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J. H. Striebel
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Ham Fisher
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Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
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?
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Ed Cronin
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They're Still Talking
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?
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?
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Published June 1939 by Centaur
Held-For-Murder
?
Paul Gustavson
?
"Held-For-Murder"
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Published June 1939 by Centaur

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Held-For-Murder
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?
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Paul Gustavson
Cover Art
?
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"Held-For-Murder"

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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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Black Traffic
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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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?
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?
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?
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Dragon's Face Bank Robbers
Script
Paul Gustavson
Pencils
Paul Gustavson
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Published June-July 1939 by Fiction House
"Peter Pupp has destroyed Zula's mechanical monster,..."
Bob Kane ?
Bob Kane (signed)
Lou Fine; Will Eisner
Peter Pupp; Zula; King Riffraff; The Invisible Knight; Tinymite;
""Peter Pupp has destroyed Zula's mechanical monster,...""
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"Peter Pupp has destroyed Zula's mechanical monster,..."
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Bob Kane ?
Interior Art
Bob Kane (signed)
Cover Art
Lou Fine; Will Eisner
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Peter Pupp; Zula; King Riffraff; The Invisible Knight; Tinymite;
Storyline
""Peter Pupp has destroyed Zula's mechanical monster,...""

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"In a sea battle, between the 'Spider' and..."
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Will Eisner [as Willis B. Rensie]
Pencils
Will Eisner
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"As Ye Sow So Shall Ye Reap"
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Will Eisner [as Carl Heck]
Pencils
Will Eisner [as Carl Heck]
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"Bobby, until we select another story for your..."
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S. M. Iger
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S. M. Iger
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"Steel and Dr. Blitzen are being held prisoners..."
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? [as Dennis Colebrook]
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Ed Laughlin ? [as Dennis Colebrook]
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"Ben Johnson - Winner of the Rodman Wanamaker Trophy!"
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? [as Tom Swift]
Pencils
Will Eisner [as Erwin]
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"Dakar, Africa. A black panther has been attacking..."
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? [as George]
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? [as George]
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"Frankie, my daddy joined a lodge the other..."
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S. M. Iger
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S. M. Iger (signed)
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"I'm through with that, Doris Williams, girl."
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?
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Ed Laughlin (signed)
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"As the morning sun rises above the horizon,..."
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?
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Lou Fine [as Jack Cortez]
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"There, the police think that you're here..."
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?
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? [as George Thatcher]
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wagging idea
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Will Eisner [as Carl Heck]
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Will Eisner [as Carl Heck]
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Why the Rabbit's Ears Are Long
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Don DeConn
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Don DeConn
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"We turn back the clock to see the tragedy..."
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?
Pencils
Dick Briefer (signed)
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"The castle Strausberg in Lower Chesterland..."
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Will Eisner ? [as Major Thorpe]
Pencils
Vernon Henkel ?
Story Line
ZX-5 disguises himself as Alex in order to rescue the Ambassador, but Magda is suspicious.

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"I appreciate your willingness to help, Ace..."
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? [as Fred Sande]
Pencils
Lou Fine
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Snorty saves Wiley from an attack by Fleetfoot but is injured. Wilton brings him to the doctor's where he is recognized and arrested.

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"These Mongols have taken me for some kind..."
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? [as Curt Davis]
Pencils
Lou Fine
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Doogah, an Eastern mystic uses a strange machine to teach Hayward his language. Melani tries to kill Zania.

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"Escaping from Sandy and his men in a..."
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? [as W. Morgan Thomas]
Pencils
Bob Powell
Story Line
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Published June 1939 by Centaur
Pyramid of Death
Harry Francis Campbell
Harry Francis Campbell
Harry Francis Campbell (signed)
Dean Denton
"Pyramid of Death"
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Pyramid of Death
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Harry Francis Campbell
Interior Art
Harry Francis Campbell
Cover Art
Harry Francis Campbell (signed)
Character Appearances
Dean Denton
Storyline
"Pyramid of Death"

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"Bixby...Bixby!!!"
Script
Lochlan Field
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Lochlan Field
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"Washington-Centre of the nation's crime-fighting machine......"
Script
Sam Gilman [as Gilman] (signed)
Pencils
Sam Gilman [as Gilman] (signed)
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Dan is sent to New York to break up a dangerous dope ring and discovers an old smuggling racketeer posing as a fortune teller....and he smells a rat!

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"Inspector Crane speaking..."
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Paul Gustavson
Pencils
Paul Gustavson
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"As the first rays of the morning sun..."
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George Brousek
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George Brousek
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Shark
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Norman Daniels (credited)
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Fred Guardineer (credited)
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Racing Against Doom
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Arthur Hoffman
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Arthur Hoffman
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Boomerang
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Ryan
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Muss 'Em Up
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Will Eisner [as William Eisner] (signed)
Pencils
Will Eisner [as Eisner] (signed)
Story Line
Hammer Donovan is called back onto the Police force, with no legal limitations, to track down a notorious killer and his gang that have been bumping off cops, and whose identity and whereabouts are being protected by the underworld.

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A Slight Error
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?
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Creig Flessel ?
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"I'm kind to dumb animals..."
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Ken Ernst (signed)
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Ken Ernst (signed)
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J. Edgar Hoover
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Wallace Baldwin (signed)
Pencils
Wallace Baldwin (signed)
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Published June 1939 by DC
The Kidnapping of Jeanne Fitchard: Part 1
Tom Hickey
Tom Hickey
Creig Flessel
I: Jean Fitchard, Princess Anda Gombi; V: Manada, Sindu, and their gang (I for all)
"The Kidnapping of Jeanne Fitchard: Part 1"
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The Kidnapping of Jeanne Fitchard: Part 1
Writer
Tom Hickey
Interior Art
Tom Hickey
Cover Art
Creig Flessel
Character Appearances
I: Jean Fitchard, Princess Anda Gombi; V: Manada, Sindu, and their gang (I for all)
Storyline
"The Kidnapping of Jeanne Fitchard: Part 1"

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Bob Kane
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

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The Clue of the Lipstick
Script
Joe Denohee
Pencils
Joe Denohee
Story Line

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The Gold Mine Map: Part 1
Script
Joseph Sulman
Pencils
Joseph Sulman (Albert S. Koppy)
Story Line

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Danger In San Columbo: Part 2
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Bob Jenney
Pencils
Bob Jenney
Story Line

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Cardinal Richelieu
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Homer Fleming
Pencils
Homer Fleming
Story Line

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The Four Pawns: Part 1
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Will Ely
Pencils
Will Ely
Story Line

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In Death Valley: Part 3
Script
Fred Schwab
Pencils
Fred Schwab
Story Line

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Segudora Strikes Again
Script
Terry Gilkison
Pencils
Terry Gilkison
Story Line

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Fred Schwab ?
Pencils
Fred Schwab ?
Story Line

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The Speaking Frog: Part 3
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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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Rescue Mission
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B. Hirsch
Pencils
Russ Lehman
Story Line

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The Invisible Terror
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Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Joe Shuster
Story Line

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Dr. Killmen of Castle Terror: Part 2
Script
Bernard Baily
Pencils
Bernard Baily
Story Line
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Published June 1939 by DC
Part 3
Harry Lampert
Harry Lampert (signed)
Jack Adler (airbrushed corrections); Emery Gondor (airbrushed corrections); Sheldon Mayer (heads across bottom)
Horace Hope
"Part 3"
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Part 3
Writer
Harry Lampert
Interior Art
Harry Lampert (signed)
Cover Art
Jack Adler (airbrushed corrections); Emery Gondor (airbrushed corrections); Sheldon Mayer (heads across bottom)
Character Appearances
Horace Hope
Storyline
"Part 3"

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Mexicali Rose
Script
Gerald Geraghty (screenplay)
Pencils
Jack Adler (airbrushed corrections); Emery Gondor (airbrushed corrections)
Story Line

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Terrors of the Tomb (episodes 11-15)
Script
Ed Wheelan
Pencils
Ed Wheelan
Story Line

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The Inkling Kid
Script
Ed Wheelan
Pencils
Ed Wheelan
Story Line

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Four Feathers
Script
Lajos Biro (screenplay); Oliver Garrett (screenplay); R. C. Sherriff (screenplay); Arthur Wimperis (screenplay)
Pencils
Jack Adler (airbrushed corrections); Emery Gondor (airbrushed corrections)
Story Line

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Mystery in the White Room
Script
Alex Gottlieb (screenplay)
Pencils
Jack Adler (airbrushed corrections); Emery Gondor (airbrushed corrections)
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Spirit of Culver
Script
Whitney Bolton (screenplay)
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Jack Adler (airbrushed corrections); Emery Gondor (airbrushed corrections)
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The Mikado
Script
Sir Arthur Sullivan (original play)
Pencils
Jack Adler (airbrushed corrections); Emery Gondor (airbrushed corrections)
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Smitty
Pencils
Smitty
Story Line

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Navy Secrets
Script
Harry Gates (screenplay)
Pencils
Jack Adler (airbrushed corrections); Emery Gondor (airbrushed corrections)
Story Line
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Published June 1939 by Dell
"Have you seen Julius Smaltz"
Clyde Lewis (credited)
Clyde Lewis (credited)
?
Herky; Julius Smaltz; Noodles Nelson
""Have you seen Julius Smaltz""
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"Have you seen Julius Smaltz"
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Clyde Lewis (credited)
Interior Art
Clyde Lewis (credited)
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
Herky; Julius Smaltz; Noodles Nelson
Storyline
""Have you seen Julius Smaltz""

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"There! Here's hoping she'll stay put for the remainder of the flight!"
Script
Bob Jenney (credited)
Pencils
Bob Jenney (credited)
Story Line

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"You're pretty good at gittin' along with th' wimmen, Herk."
Script
Clyde Lewis (credited)
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Clyde Lewis (credited)
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"Ben Hur and Arrius, the Roman tribune, whom he has saved from drowning"
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?
Pencils
Erwin Hess
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Trigger Smith
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?
Pencils
Norman Fallon
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"Sharply nah, mates!"
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?
Pencils
John Donaldson
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G-Men vs the Living Masks!
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?
Pencils
Bob Jenney [as R.L.J.] (signed)
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"Tom! Th' right motor's missin' a beat!"
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?
Pencils
Hal Forrest (credited)
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"I'd give a chunk of money t'know where and who that Black Rider is"
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?
Pencils
Fred Harman (signed)
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"Billy! Now that I'm a dentist"
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George Scarbo
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George Scarbo
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The Jack Markey Gang [Part 1]
Script
?
Pencils
Jim Gary
Story Line

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"Why somebody so stingy with ol' island?"
Script
Stan Randall [as Stan] (signed)
Pencils
Stan Randall [as Stan] (signed)
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Mr. Wong, Detective
Script
?
Pencils
Jim Gary
Story Line

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"The most worthwhile thing in life is culture"
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Clyde Lewis (credited)
Pencils
Clyde Lewis (credited)
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"Oh, Mister Hippo"
Script
George Scarbo (credited)
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George Scarbo (credited)
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"The most I can do is get them away before the gang arrives"
Script
?
Pencils
Al Micale [as Albert Micale] (signed)
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"Wake up, old top, it's morning"
Script
Al Hartje ?
Pencils
Will Ely ?
Story Line
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Published June 1939 by Centaur
Vacation Cowgirl
?
B. W.
?
"Vacation Cowgirl"
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Vacation Cowgirl
Writer
?
Interior Art
B. W.
Cover Art
?
Storyline
"Vacation Cowgirl"

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"Boy--Ah sho' do wish some business would come along!"
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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"Great pitchin', Homer---"
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?
Pencils
Paul Gustavson
Story Line

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"Davy Jones and Butch are marooned..."
Script
Ed Wood
Pencils
Ed Wood
Story Line

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"On learning that the Indians are taking the warpath..."
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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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"It is said that justice is blind..."
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Tarpe Mills
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Tarpe Mills
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"England and France are at war."
Script
Carl Burgos
Pencils
Carl Burgos
Story Line

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"I suppose you're Speed Silvers---"
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?
Pencils
Paul Gustavson
Story Line

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"Here's a quarter..."
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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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Big Sale Today
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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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"I don't know which stars to believe!"
Script
?
Pencils
Fred Schwab
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"Hey--boss--I'm president of the Office Boys' Union--"
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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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"To-night's program is dedicated to Bear Cave Corners."
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Dick Ryan
Pencils
Dick Ryan
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"Lemme have some soup"
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?
Pencils
Fred Schwab
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"I'm having a pipe dream..."
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?
Pencils
Fred Schwab
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"I can not tell a lie..."
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?
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Fred Schwab
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"Dash and Sloppy Pete ordered the Earth-Headquarters..."
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Ed Wood
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Ed Wood
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"I'm a sucker when it comes to pretty nurses!"
Script
Martin Filchock ?
Pencils
Martin Filchock
Story Line
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Published June 1939 by Centaur
Bad Medicine
?
Jack Cole
?
"Bad Medicine"
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Bad Medicine
Writer
?
Interior Art
Jack Cole
Cover Art
?
Storyline
"Bad Medicine"

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Two Bits Worth of Red Noncents
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?
Pencils
?
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Tin Mule
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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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Marked Bullets
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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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?
Pencils
?
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"Resting in his home-made hammock is wee 'Corney' Cobb."
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Jack Cole (signed)
Pencils
Jack Cole (signed)
Story Line

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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
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Published June 1939 by Dell
"Grandpa always carries baby in the winter time..."
Bill Holman (signed)
Bill Holman (signed)
?
""Grandpa always carries baby in the winter time...""
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"Grandpa always carries baby in the winter time..."
Writer
Bill Holman (signed)
Interior Art
Bill Holman (signed)
Cover Art
?
Storyline
""Grandpa always carries baby in the winter time...""

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"Well - if it isn't Tim"
Script
Stanley Link (signed)
Pencils
Stanley Link (signed)
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Bill Holman (signed)
Pencils
Bill Holman (signed)
Story Line

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"I think it's too thrilling..."
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Carl Ed (signed)
Pencils
Carl Ed (signed)
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"Wasn't that grand of Smitty's boss..."
Script
Walter Berndt (signed)
Pencils
Walter Berndt (signed)
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"While Tim is busy digging for pirate treasure..."
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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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"Wait a minute Uncle Willie -..."
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Frank Willard (signed)
Pencils
Frank Willard (signed)
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"What's eatin' you?"
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Loy Byrnes (signed)
Pencils
Loy Byrnes (signed)
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"The posters for our dance just arrived..."
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Bill Holman (signed)
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Bill Holman (signed)
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"Oh, Min!"
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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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"There's Edgar now!"
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Martin Branner (signed)
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Martin Branner (signed)
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"Let's have a catch with my new baseball, Pop"
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Al Posen (signed)
Pencils
Al Posen (signed)
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"Greetings, Chief - whatcha doin'?"
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Bill Holman (signed)
Pencils
Bill Holman (signed)
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"I now present our guest of honor..."
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Zack Mosley (signed)
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Zack Mosley (signed)
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"Wal, Black Jack - hope you're not leavin'..."
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Leffingwell
Pencils
Leffingwell
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"Want to shoot, Tops?"
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Frank King (signed)
Pencils
Frank King (signed)
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""Roger and his pals have built a ship..."
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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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"No! It's a trick to get me out there..."
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Milton Caniff (signed)
Pencils
Milton Caniff (signed)
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"Baw!"
Script
Al Posen (signed)
Pencils
Al Posen (signed)
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"Where's Smokey goin', Chief?"
Script
Bill Holman (signed)
Pencils
Bill Holman (signed)
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"Failure again - bah!"
Script
Harold Gray (signed)
Pencils
Harold Gray (signed)
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"I just noticed the sign, Chief..."
Script
Bill Holman (signed)
Pencils
Bill Holman (signed)
Story Line

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"You're lyin'!"
Script
Chester Gould (signed)
Pencils
Chester Gould (signed)
Story Line

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Script
Bill Holman (signed)
Pencils
Bill Holman (signed)
Story Line
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Published June 1939 by Dell
"While trying to elude his jailer..."
?
?
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""While trying to elude his jailer...""
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"While trying to elude his jailer..."
Writer
?
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?
Cover Art
?
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""While trying to elude his jailer...""
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