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

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Alex Raymond
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Joe Musial

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Robert Ripley
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Feg Murray
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H.H.Knerr
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Jimmy Hatlo
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Sords
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Lyman Young
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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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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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Clarence D. Russell [as C. D. Russell]
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Chic Young
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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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E. Anthony
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R. Carroll
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Gene Ahern
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Doc Winner
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Published August 1938 by DC
The Blakely Mine Disaster
Jerry Siegel [as Jerome Siegel] (signed)
Joe Shuster (signed)
Leo E. O'Mealia (signed)
Superman [Clark Kent]; George Taylor (not named); Stanislaw Kober; Thornton Blakely (villain)
"The Blakely Mine Disaster" After Superman saves a group of miners from a cave-in, Clark Kent senses a story that may mean that the mine's owner, Thorton Blakely, is actually running unsafe mine operations and blaming accidents on the miners themselves.
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Published August 1938 by DC

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The Blakely Mine Disaster
Writer
Jerry Siegel [as Jerome Siegel] (signed)
Interior Art
Joe Shuster (signed)
Cover Art
Leo E. O'Mealia (signed)
Character Appearances
Superman [Clark Kent]; George Taylor (not named); Stanislaw Kober; Thornton Blakely (villain)
Storyline
"The Blakely Mine Disaster" After Superman saves a group of miners from a cave-in, Clark Kent senses a story that may mean that the mine's owner, Thorton Blakely, is actually running unsafe mine operations and blaming accidents on the miners themselves.

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Murder at the Blue Bird Dance Palace
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Will Ely (signed)
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Wins a Doubleheader
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Gardner F. Fox
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Fred Guardineer [as Gene Baxter] (signed)
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Russell Cole [as Alger] (signed)
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Russell Cole [as Alger] (signed)
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Sven Elven (signed)
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The Sealed City Part 2
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Bernard Baily (signed)
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Homer Fleming [as H. Fleming] (signed)
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Death from the Air
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Fred Guardineer (signed)
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Published August 1938 by Centaur
Tyrant's Gold
Arthur Pinajian
Arthur Pinajian
Bill Everett (signed)
"Tyrant's Gold"
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Published August 1938 by Centaur

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Tyrant's Gold
Writer
Arthur Pinajian
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Arthur Pinajian
Cover Art
Bill Everett (signed)
Storyline
"Tyrant's Gold"

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George Merkle
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Dragon Pass
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Arthur Pinajian
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Arthur Pinajian
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Jussen (?)
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The Border War
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Ed Moore [as E. McD. Moore, Jr.]
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Ed Moore [as E. McD. Moore, Jr.]
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The Yellow Terror
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Claire S. Moe
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Published August 1938 by Centaur
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Published August 1938 by Centaur

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Published August 1938 by Dell
F. V. Martinek (signed)
Leon A. Beroth (signed)
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Published August 1938 by Dell

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F. V. Martinek (signed)
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Leon A. Beroth (signed)
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"Round 1. Cyclone Duffy leads with a left."
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Roy Crane
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Roy Crane (signed)
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"I need a rest Irwin, so I'm going to the big game this afternoon."
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Norman Marsh
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Norman Marsh (signed)
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"Their plane wrecked, Capt. Hawks and Jack are lost on the mountainside"
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Irwin Myers
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Irwin Myers
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Merrill Blosser (signed)
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"Upon the frantic urgings of the muffled voice from behind the bookcase"
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Ray Thompson (signed)
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Charles Coll (signed)
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"I want you for a witness Mary"
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Martha Orr
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Martha Orr (signed)
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Sol Hess
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W. A. Carlson (signed)
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Gene Ahern
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Gene Ahern
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"As soon as the train is loaded Jimmy, we'll be on our way!"
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Al Lewin (signed)
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Fence War In Painted Valley
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Al Lewin (signed)
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Edgar Martin
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Edgar Martin (signed)
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"While passing through the servant's wing of the green mansion"
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Milt Youngren ?
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Rock Creek Cattle War
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Ken Ernst (signed)
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Gladys Parker [as Sylvia]
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Gladys Parker [as Sylvia]
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J. R. Williams
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J. R. Williams (signed)
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Dan Balkin
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Dan Balkin (signed)
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Virginia Krausmann
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Virginia Krausmann
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Published August 1938 by DC
The Hilton Diamond
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Fred Guardineer
Creig Flessel
Speed Saunders; John Hilton (Introduction, dies); Jim Hilton; Villain: Donald Brent (Introduction)
"The Hilton Diamond"
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Story Title
The Hilton Diamond
Writer
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Fred Guardineer
Cover Art
Creig Flessel
Character Appearances
Speed Saunders; John Hilton (Introduction, dies); Jim Hilton; Villain: Donald Brent (Introduction)
Storyline
"The Hilton Diamond"

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Murder in Texas
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Sven Elven (signed)
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Cosmo takes a vacation out west and gets involved in a case when his friend Sheriff Harvey is accused of murder.

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The Maine Castle Mystery: Part 2
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Will Ely
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Will Ely (signed)
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The Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu: Part 2
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Sax Rohmer
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Leo O'Mealia
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Death's Ruby
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Jerry Siegel
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Joe Shuster
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Bart proposes to Sally

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The Coolie Smugglers: Part II
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Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson ?
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Tom Hickey
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The Lavalle Case
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Gardner Fox
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In the Stratosphere
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Jerry Siegel
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Joe Shuster
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Slam and Shorty encounter a strange rocket shaped plane being flown by a girl. It turns out to be an invention that two scientists are fighting over.
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Published August 1938 by Eastern Color
Clifford McBride
Clifford McBride
Victor E. Pazmiño
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Published August 1938 by Eastern Color

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Clifford McBride
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Clifford McBride
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Victor E. Pazmiño

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Victor E. Pazmiño?
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Victor E. Pazmiño
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M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
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M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
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Paul Powell
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Kemp Starrett (?)
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Clare Victor Dwiggins
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Clare Victor Dwiggins
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Clare Victor Dwiggins
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Clare Victor Dwiggins
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Dick Calkins
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Russell Keaton
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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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"I saw a small squad of men approaching me--"
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Philip Francis Nowlan
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Rick Yager [as Dick Calkins] (signed)
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Fred Neher
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Fred Neher
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Rex Collier
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Jimmy Thompson
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Applegate gets deported to England and then sneaks back into the country.

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Allen Saunders
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Elmer Woggon
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Colton Waugh
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Colton Waugh
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A falling out between the villains results in a melee in the operating room, allowing Dan to escape the blade.

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"Unconcious and hovering between life and death"
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Mel Graff
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Mel Graff
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The Ghost Train adventure over, Phil gets involved in a new case involving a lumber magnate and his beautiful daughter.

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Arminius (Conclusion)
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J. Carroll Mansfield
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J. Carroll Mansfield
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Arthur Poinier
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Arthur Poinier
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Pop Mormand
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Pop Mormand
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Isn't Yachting Delightful!
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Pop Mormand
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Something Practical
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A Study in Expression
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Clifford McBride
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Clifford McBride
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?
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?
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M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
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M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
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"Nellie plunges up the crackling stairs"
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Ralph Briggs Fuller
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Ralph Briggs Fuller
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Oaky rescues Constance from a burning building.

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Victor E. Pazmiño?
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Victor E. Pazmiño
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Allen Saunders
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Elmer Woggon
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"A. G. decides to produce pictures independently"
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Julian Ollendorf (?)
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Julian Ollendorf
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"Tanta walks swiftly to the garden of her house"
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Noel Sickles
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Noel Sickles
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Scorch kidnaps the rebel leader and his beautiful daughter.

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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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Stookie Allen
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Stookie Allen
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S.L. Huntley
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Art Huhta
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Clifford McBride
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Clifford McBride
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M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
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M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
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"I guess maybe they're right about not letting Miss Grimstone see me!"
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Roy L. Williams
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Roy L. Williams
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Babe finally comes face to face with her mother and the two plot to escape Miss Grimstone's clutches.

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Fred Balk
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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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Fred Neher
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Fred Neher
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S. M. Iger [as Bob Bliss]
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S. M. Iger [as Bob Bliss]
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Fred Locher
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Fred Locher
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Pa confides Homer's real identity to Pasquale, but Pasquale suppresses the information because it will interfere with his plans. He then sends Pa on a wild goose chase.

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?
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Hank Barron
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Clifford McBride
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Clifford McBride
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M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
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M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
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M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
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M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
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Published [August] 1938 by David McKay
Jimmy Thompson
Jimmy Thompson
Jimmy Thompson (signed)
Red Eagle
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Jimmy Thompson
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Jimmy Thompson
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Jimmy Thompson (signed)
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Red Eagle

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Jimmy Thompson
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Jimmy Thompson
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"It was nice of that farmer to lend me this swiss cheese to take a shower!"
Rube Goldberg
Rube Goldberg
Ed Cronin ?
""It was nice of that farmer to lend me this swiss cheese to take a shower!""
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"It was nice of that farmer to lend me this swiss cheese to take a shower!"
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Rube Goldberg
Interior Art
Rube Goldberg
Cover Art
Ed Cronin ?
Storyline
""It was nice of that farmer to lend me this swiss cheese to take a shower!""

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"Jeff Bangs hands Myra the telegram."
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Ed Wheelan (signed)
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Ed Wheelan (signed)
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"Gee Ma- I'm glad Uncle Phil's lodge picked this place for their outing"
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Lank Leonard
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Lank Leonard
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"You'll have plenty of explainin' t'do!"
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Ham Fisher
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Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
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"Time to listen in on the news broadcasts"
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Bob Zuppke
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R. W. Depew
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"Jane feels sure Mr. Bleak of the Burprowin Company is a racketeer"
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Monte Barrett
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Russell E. Ross
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"I have to find the farm Uncle Lem left me here---"
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Monte Barrett
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Russell E. Ross
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"Didn't think I had the nerve, eh?"
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J. P. McEvoy
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J. H. Striebel
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"Such luck- sitting here hour after hour and not one fish!"
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H. J. Tuthill
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H. J. Tuthill
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"By George this is serious- I've wandered all night! I must be lost!"
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John J. Welch
Pencils
Jack McGuire (signed)
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George Marcoux
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George Marcoux
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Al Zere
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Al Zere
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"You fools! You muddle headed fools"
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Will Eisner [as Willis Rensie]
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Will Eisner
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"I still refuse to believe the Clock committed a murder-"
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George Brenner (signed)
Pencils
George Brenner (signed)
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The Clock appears to have murdered real estate broker Tyrone Carron.

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"Sir Neville raised his sword in victory of the dead body of King Melrot"
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Vernon Henkel (signed)
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Vernon Henkel (signed)
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After having ended the reign of Melrot, Neville goes off in search of new adventures.

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"With Cliffside College closed for the summer vacation we find Cliff Chance working in a steel mill"
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George Brenner [as Scott Sheridan]
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George Brenner
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"Now that you are king you must make some laws"
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Will Eisner [as Bud Thomas]
Pencils
Will Eisner
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Archie abolishes spinach- and fights a duel with Gil O.Teen
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Published August 1938 by DC
Paid In Full
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Tom Hickey (signed)
Vince Sullivan (signed)
"Paid In Full"
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Paid In Full
Writer
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Tom Hickey (signed)
Cover Art
Vince Sullivan (signed)
Storyline
"Paid In Full"

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The Wars of the Roses
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?
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Homer Fleming
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?
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Jim Chambers (signed)
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"OK now, Where's the dough, and we ain't kiddin'-"
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?
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Will Ely (signed)
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The Stolen Radio Car
Script
Jerry Siegel (signed)
Pencils
Joe Shuster (signed)
Story Line
Sandy and Larry steal Dugan's radio car as a joke, but when they go back to get it, there's a dead body in it.

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Episode 23
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Sven Elven
Pencils
Sven Elven
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?
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Will Ely (signed)
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"Help! Help!"
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Bob Kane
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Bob Kane
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"Oh Pop, I just got through washing the dishes for Mom-"
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?
Pencils
Stan Asch
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?
Pencils
Ed Winiarski [as Win]
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Gumbardo buys the jury and gets off scott free.

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Dahnjer
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Bernard Baily (signed)
Pencils
Bernard Baily (signed)
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Now the Captain of the Serpent, Dennis puts into the port of Dahnjer to meet Captain Klaugh.

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Stan Aschmeier? [as Stan Asch]
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Stan Aschmeier [as Stan Asch]
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The Shipwrecked Gamblers
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?
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R. A. Burley (signed)
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Post No Bills
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Fred Schwab
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Fred Schwab
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Russel Cole [as Alger]
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Russel Cole [as Alger]
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Russel Cole [as Alger]
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Russel Cole [as Alger]
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"Hi Bill! Didja ever see a horse fly?"
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Russel Cole [as Alger]
Pencils
Russel Cole [as Alger]
Story Line
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Published August 1938 by DC
El Diablo: Part 2
Fred Guardineer
Fred Guardineer
Creig Flessel
El Diablo (villain); Rose Del Muerte (first appearance; villain)
"El Diablo: Part 2"
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Story Title
El Diablo: Part 2
Writer
Fred Guardineer
Interior Art
Fred Guardineer
Cover Art
Creig Flessel
Character Appearances
El Diablo (villain); Rose Del Muerte (first appearance; villain)
Storyline
"El Diablo: Part 2"

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Bob Kane
Pencils
Bob Kane
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The Dope Ring: Part 2
Script
Jim Chambers
Pencils
Jim Chambers
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The Plot Against America: Part 1
Script
Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Joe Shuster
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The Mystery of Mr. Linn: Part 2
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Will Ely
Pencils
Will Ely
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The Lost Gold Mine: Part 1
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Stockton
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Stockton
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In India: Part 2
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Ed Winiarski
Pencils
Ed Winiarski
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Bob Kane
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Bob Kane
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The God of the Ruby Eye: Part 3
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Jim Chambers
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Jim Chambers
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The Thief: Part 1
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Stockton
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Stockton
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Episode 7
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Sven Elven
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Sven Elven
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The Red Hatchet: Part 7
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Will Ely
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Will Ely
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Russell Cole
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Russell Cole (Alger)
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The Pirate Ship: Part 4
Script
Bob Kane
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Bob Kane
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Episode 24
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Tom Hickey
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Tom Hickey
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Russell Cole
Pencils
Russell Cole (Alger)
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Published August 1938 by Dell
"Why the funny "get up," Mutt?"
Bud Fisher (credited)
Al Smith [ghost for Bud Fisher ]
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Mutt; Jeff
""Why the funny "get up," Mutt?""
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"Why the funny "get up," Mutt?"
Writer
Bud Fisher (credited)
Interior Art
Al Smith [ghost for Bud Fisher ]
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
Mutt; Jeff
Storyline
""Why the funny "get up," Mutt?""

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"After Toby and Jigger escape from the old witch on the magic sofa"
Script
Stan Randall [as Stan]
Pencils
Stan Randall [as Stan]
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"Red Mack, buccaneer baron of the south seas"
Script
?
Pencils
Ed Kressey
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Slick Ratski in Muscle Man
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Clyde Lewis (credited)
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G-Men Versus Boat-Hook Roggan
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?
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Jim Gary
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Gene Byrnes (credited)
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Al Smith [ghost for Bud Fisher ]
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Percy Crosby
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"What's up?"
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Percy Crosby (credited)
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Gene Byrnes (credited)
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"Jerry's dog Socrates, saved him from the attack of the cougar"
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"To solve the mystery-murder of a fellow G-man, Ted Starr..."
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?
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Jim Gary
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Antlers
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Paul Webb (credited)
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Fishing
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Percy Crosby (signed)
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"Well, we got the higher prices"
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Percy Crosby (signed)
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Percy Crosby (signed)
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Al Smith [ghost for Bud Fisher ]
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Al Smith [ghost for Bud Fisher ]
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Bob Moore (credited)
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Carl Pfeufer (credited)
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"He's got another wrong number"
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Fontaine Fox (signed)
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"Tst! Tst!"
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Percy Crosby (signed)
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Percy Crosby (signed)
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"How far down are ya"
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Percy Crosby (signed)
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Percy Crosby (signed)
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Al Smith [ghost for Bud Fisher ]
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Al Smith [ghost for Bud Fisher ]
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Two Gun Justice
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?
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Jim Gary
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Published August 1938 by Dell
"These are the tape-wrapped guns your underworld friend and you smuggled into the women's prison coal car."
Chester Gould
Chester Gould
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Dick Tracy; Pat Patton; Johnny Mintworth; Danny Supeena (villain)
""These are the tape-wrapped guns your underworld friend and you smuggled into the women's prison coal car.""
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"These are the tape-wrapped guns your underworld friend and you smuggled into the women's prison coal car."
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Chester Gould
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Chester Gould
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Dick Tracy; Pat Patton; Johnny Mintworth; Danny Supeena (villain)
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""These are the tape-wrapped guns your underworld friend and you smuggled into the women's prison coal car.""

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Milton Caniff
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Lou Byrnes
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Carl Ed
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Reg Perott
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Frank Willard
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Al Posen
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Jock McCail
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"H'm! Well I guess I've covered myself up to date now!"
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Martin Branner
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Martin Branner
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Published August 1938 by Dell
Fly Swatter
Courtney Dunkel
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"Fly Swatter"
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Fly Swatter
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Courtney Dunkel
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Courtney Dunkel
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?
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"Fly Swatter"

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"Hey! What's th' idea of beatin' him up?"
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Charles Payne
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Man Hunt
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?
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?
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It's No Use, Sam!
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George Swanson
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Sam Jumps At Conclusions!
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George Swanson
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?
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Robert Weinstein
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Charles Payne
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The Enchanted Stone of Time
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It's Sam's Hobby!
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George Swanson
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Sam's Considerate That Way!
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George Swanson
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Carl Pfeufer
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Norman Fallon
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James P. McCague
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Decks A' Wash: John Paul Jones
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Frank Engli
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No Doubt About It!
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George Swanson
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Playing it Safe!
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George Swanson
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He Must Be Terrible!
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George Swanson
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George Swanson
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A Tip and a Slip
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George Swanson
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George Swanson
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Al Carreno
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Al Carreno
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