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Alex Raymond
Joe Musial
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Robert Ripley
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Feg Murray
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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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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 September 1938 by DC
Superman Plays Football
Jerry Siegel [as Jerome Siegel] (signed)
Joe Shuster (signed)
Leo E. O'Mealia
Superman [Clark Kent]; Tommy Burke; Mary; Coach Randall (villain)
"Superman Plays Football" Overhearing a crooked college football coach at Dale University plotting to populate his team with thugs to defeat rival Cordell University, Superman impersonates a football player from Cordell to straighten the situation out.
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Superman Plays Football
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Jerry Siegel [as Jerome Siegel] (signed)
Interior Art
Joe Shuster (signed)
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Leo E. O'Mealia
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Superman [Clark Kent]; Tommy Burke; Mary; Coach Randall (villain)
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"Superman Plays Football" Overhearing a crooked college football coach at Dale University plotting to populate his team with thugs to defeat rival Cordell University, Superman impersonates a football player from Cordell to straighten the situation out.

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Homer Fleming [as H. Fleming] (signed)
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The All-Star Athlete
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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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Sealed City [Part 3]
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Ken Fitch ?
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Bernard Baily (signed)
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Brady's Revenge
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Will Ely (signed)
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The Protection Racket
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Leo E. O'Mealia
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The Night Club Murder
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Fred Guardineer
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Fred Guardineer (signed)
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Published September 1938 by Centaur
"It is the year "X" (about 2500 A.D.) and our three friends......."
Bill Everett (signed)
Bill Everett (signed)
Bill Everett (signed)
Skyrocket Steele Dodge (introduction); Sari Marston; Peter Muhr; King Kurt; Minister Craid; Tal (villain, Lieutenant in command of Mannin); Vance Roy (villain)
""It is the year "X" (about 2500 A.D.) and our three friends......."" Steele heads to the planet out-post Mannin at the request of King Kurt to investigate the mysterious bat raids that supposedly have been occuring.
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"It is the year "X" (about 2500 A.D.) and our three friends......."
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Bill Everett (signed)
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Bill Everett (signed)
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Bill Everett (signed)
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Skyrocket Steele Dodge (introduction); Sari Marston; Peter Muhr; King Kurt; Minister Craid; Tal (villain, Lieutenant in command of Mannin); Vance Roy (villain)
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""It is the year "X" (about 2500 A.D.) and our three friends......."" Steele heads to the planet out-post Mannin at the request of King Kurt to investigate the mysterious bat raids that supposedly have been occuring.

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An Excursion to Mars
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A. S. Van Eerde (signed)
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A. S. Van Eerde (signed)
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The Red Raider
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Ed Moore [as E. McD. Moore, Jr.] (signed)
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Ed Moore [as E. McD. Moore, Jr.] (signed)
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"In the office of the French Foreign Legion in French Morrocco - a prominent merchant pleads..."
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Will Eisner
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Will Eisner
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The Sacred White Elephant
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Victor Dowling (credited)
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Victor Dowling (credited)
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Diamond of Doom
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Phil Richards (signed)
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J. M. Wilcox [as Milt Wilcox]
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Treachery on the Trail
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H. Muheim (signed)
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H. Muheim (signed)
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Rocks of Fate
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Published September 1938 by Dell
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Published September 1938 by DC
The Grogan Case
Gardner Fox
Fred Guardineer
Creig Flessel
Dave Grogan (introduction, villain, death); Gus (introduction)
"The Grogan Case"
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The Grogan Case
Writer
Gardner Fox
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Fred Guardineer
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Creig Flessel
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Dave Grogan (introduction, villain, death); Gus (introduction)
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"The Grogan Case"

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The Invisibility Formula
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George Newman (signed)
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George Newman (signed)
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Dr. Wainwright's invisibility formula is stolen from his laboratory by the Raven, and assistant Adams is found tied up. Lured from the crime scene with word the Raven has been arrested, Kent is saved from killers by Wendy, whose father was swindled out of $4 million by the Raven. The real villain, disguised as Adams, kills Wainwright and uses his formula to temporarily become invisible.

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The Island of Wanatoba: Part 1
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Will Ely
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Will Ely
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Mirror of Doom
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Jerry Siegel
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Joe Shuster
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The Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu: Part 3
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Sax Rohmer
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Leo O'Mealia
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The Coolie Smugglers (Part 3)
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Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson ?
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Tom Hickey
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The Air Pirates and the S.S. ALMOA
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Sven Elven
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Luigi Ferrini Strikes
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Gardner Fox
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In Africa
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Jerry Siegel
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Joe Shuster
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M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
Victor E. Pazmino
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M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
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Victor E. Pazmino

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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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Frank Godwin
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Frank Godwin
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Frank Godwin
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Frank Godwin
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"Now Mrs. Bunting, I want you and Babe to come home with me"
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Roy L. Williams
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Roy L. Williams
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Babe's mother wants to move back to New York.

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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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"Scorchy has just pushed Armara into the cabin
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Noel Sickles
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Noel Sickles
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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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Clifford McBride
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Clifford McBride
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Eddie Should Have Seen the Doctor First
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Pop Momand
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Pop Momand
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Pop Momand
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Pop Momand
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Arthur Poinier
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Arthur Poinier
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Queen Boadicea
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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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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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Clifford McBride
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Clifford McBride
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Published [September] 1938 by David McKay
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Jimmy Thompson (illos)
Jimmy Thompson
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Jimmy Thompson (illos)
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Jimmy Thompson
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"You oughta cut the grass today, Uncle Phil"
Lank Leonard
Lank Leonard
Ed Cronin
""You oughta cut the grass today, Uncle Phil""
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"You oughta cut the grass today, Uncle Phil"
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Lank Leonard
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Lank Leonard
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Ed Cronin
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""You oughta cut the grass today, Uncle Phil""

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"Look Vincent-- a motorcycle cop!"
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Rube Goldberg
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Rube Goldberg
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"Tsk! I hate t'do this but it's the only way out!"
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George Marcoux (signed)
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George Marcoux
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Al Zere
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Al Zere
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Game In a Quiet Town
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George Brenner [as Scott Sheridan]
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George Brenner
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"Dad- You're a sight for sore eyes"
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Ed Wheelan
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Ed Wheelan
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"Heavens! What's happened to you?"
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Monte Barrett
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Russell E. Ross
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Charitable Charley
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George E. Brenner (signed)
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George E. Brenner (signed)
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In order to combat his newest opponent, the Clock rigs his suit with tear gas.

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The Phantom Swordsman
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Bob Zuppke
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R. W. Depew
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"Do you say the boys are wealthy-"
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J. P. McEvoy
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J. H. Striebel
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The Rescue of Inez
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Vernon Henkel
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Vernon Henkel
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"Curses! We still haven't succeeded in getting back the throne!"
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Will Eisner [as Bud Thomas]
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Gil O. Teen tries to get Archie to fall in love with a female impersonator.

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"Beauty!! You found it!! Water--water!! Look Hammond!"
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John J. Welch
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Jack McGuire (signed)
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"Do you mean that we are to supply our own slaves with a ship in which to go free?"
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Will Eisner [as Willis Rensie]
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Will Eisner
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Patents Pending
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H. J. Tuthill
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H. J. Tuthill
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"I think I spraint my knuckle"
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Ham Fisher
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Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
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Published September 1938 by Centaur
"You'd better talk, Dillon, or we'll keep you here until you do!"
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Paul Gustavson
Martin Filchock (signed)
The Arrow [Ralph Payne](introduction)
""You'd better talk, Dillon, or we'll keep you here until you do!""
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"You'd better talk, Dillon, or we'll keep you here until you do!"
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Paul Gustavson
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Martin Filchock (signed)
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The Arrow [Ralph Payne](introduction)
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""You'd better talk, Dillon, or we'll keep you here until you do!""

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Published September 1938 by Centaur
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Dick Ryan
Dick Ryan (signed)
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Dick Ryan
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The Stickup
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"Hello, folks--before we start out on this..."
Bob Kane ?
Bob Kane
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Peter Pupp; Tinymite; Watt A. Dogg
""Hello, folks--before we start out on this...""
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"Hello, folks--before we start out on this..."
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Bob Kane ?
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Bob Kane
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Peter Pupp; Tinymite; Watt A. Dogg
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""Hello, folks--before we start out on this...""

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"Merrystone's soldiers are scheming to seize the Hawk..."
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? [as Willis B. Rensie]
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Will Eisner
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"It's a pleasure to meet you, young man."
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S. M. Iger
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S. M. Iger
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"Can you paint Paddy in the bright and..."
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Donald DeConn
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Donald DeConn
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"On February 24, 1815, the stout ship Pharoah..."
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? (adaptor); Alexandre Dumas (original author)
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Jack Kirby [as Jack Curtiss] (signed)
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The Man Who Lived Twice (Part 1)
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? [as Dennis Colebrook]
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"In the world of science a long forgotten..."
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Jack Kirby [as Curt Davis]
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"Sanitary hot dog factory--visitors invited"
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Will Eisner [as Carl Heck]
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"One of the loveliest girls in Hollywood, Fay..."
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Audrey Blum [as Toni Rossett]
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"If you split, I'll give you the combination."
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"Say, Pee Wee, what do you call a guy..."
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S. M. Iger
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S. M. Iger
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"In search of the mysterious Sheena, Bob Reynolds..."
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Will Eisner [as W. Morgan Thomas]
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Mort Meskin
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Build the Flash
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? [as Les Marshall]
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"Paris 1482. The narrow street of the ancient..."
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Dick Briefer (adaptor) [from Victor Hugo (original author)]
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Dick Briefer
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"Chapter one. Escape. The story of a sturdy..."
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Don DeConn
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Don DeConn
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"Transovania has declared war and early one morning..."
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? [as Morgan Thomas]
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Will Eisner
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"Tom McAuliffe of Buffalo, the armless golfer, played..."
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? [as Tom Swift]
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Will Eisner; Edwin Loughlin; Erwin
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"Inspector Day (sic) has come upon a smuggling ring..."
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? [as George Thatcher]
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Jack Kirby ?
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"The sherrif (sic) and his men are trapped in..."
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?
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Jack Kirby
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"Gosh, Gilda, this is the tenth time I've..."
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Bernard Baily
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Published September 1938 by Centaur
The Gang Buster
Joe Campbell Jr.
Joe Campbell Jr.
John Patterson
"The Gang Buster"
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The Gang Buster
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Joe Campbell Jr.
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Joe Campbell Jr.
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John Patterson
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"The Gang Buster"

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Top Hand
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Will Eisner
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Will Eisner
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Hare and Hound
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George E. Brenner
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George E. Brenner
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Fifty Dollar Ride
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Ellis Edwards
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Ellis Edwards
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Case of the Woodcock
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Victor J. Dowling
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Victor J. Dowling
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The Hidden Message
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John Patterson
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John Patterson
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Published September 1938 by DC
Paid In Full Part II
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Tom Hickey (signed)
Creig Flessel
Wing Brady; Rene Le Maire; O'Hara; Van Blarcom
"Paid In Full Part II" Brady seeks revenge on a crooked officer
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Paid In Full Part II
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Tom Hickey (signed)
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Creig Flessel
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Wing Brady; Rene Le Maire; O'Hara; Van Blarcom
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"Paid In Full Part II" Brady seeks revenge on a crooked officer

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Henry VII and the Two Pretenders
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?
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Homer Fleming (signed)
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Fighting Back Against the Rustlers
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?
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Jim Chambers (signed)
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Jack organizes a posse to go after the stolen cattle

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"Sandra breaks free"
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?
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Will Ely (signed)
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Sandra finds herself in the middle of a war between gangsters

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The Lovers' Lane Caper
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Jerry Siegel (signed)
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Joe Shuster (signed)
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the Chief makes Larry dress up as a girl to catch robbers up at Lovers' Lane

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Episode 24
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Sven Elven
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Sven Elven (signed)
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Dartagnan enlists his friends to help him deliver the Queens' secret message

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The Tiger's Claw
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?
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Will Ely (signed)
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Johnnie secures a job at a munitions plant to track down a murderer and uncovers a smuggling ring

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Ice
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Bob Kane
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Bob Kane (signed)
Story Line
It's hot so Ginger cools off in the ice box.

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The Boronia Adventure-Part 1
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Ed Winiarski [as Win (signed)]
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Ed Winiarski [as Win (signed)]
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newspaper reporter Red Logan gets assigned to the foreign office and is off to Boronia. On Board ship he meets the Boronian ambassador who is thrown overboards by his enemies

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The Slaver
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Ken Fitch ?
Pencils
Bernard Baily (signed)
Story Line
Dennis refuses to ship on a slaver

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"In the Hands of Kidnappers"
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Stan Aschmeier ?
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Stan Aschmeier
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The newspaper offers a reward for Marg'ry's rescue from the kidnappers

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Murderer on Board
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Joe Donohoe (signed)
Pencils
Joe Donohoe (signed)
Story Line
In flight to San Francisco Carey confronts an escaped murderer

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"Psst! There's Ralph the Rat- th' guy I'm lookin' for!"
Script
Russell Cole [as Alger]
Pencils
Russell Cole [as Alger]
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Published September 1938 by DC
El Diablo: Part 3
Fred Guardineer
Fred Guardineer
Creig Flessel
"El Diablo: Part 3"
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El Diablo: Part 3
Writer
Fred Guardineer
Interior Art
Fred Guardineer
Cover Art
Creig Flessel
Storyline
"El Diablo: Part 3"

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Script
Bob Kane
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

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Intrigue In Istanbul
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Jim Chambers
Pencils
Jim Chambers
Story Line

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The Plot Against America: Part 2
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Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Joe Shuster
Story Line

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The Bangor Company Pirates
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Will Ely
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Will Ely
Story Line

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The Lost Gold Mine: Part 2
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Stockton
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Stockton
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In India: Part 3
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Ed Winiarski
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Ed Winiarski
Story Line

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Leo O'Mealia
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Leo O'Mealia
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The God of the Ruby Eye: Part 4
Script
Jim Chambers
Pencils
Jim Chambers
Story Line

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Bob Kane
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

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Episode 8
Script
Sven Elven
Pencils
Sven Elven
Story Line

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The Pirate Ship: Part 5
Script
Bob Kane
Pencils
Bob Kane
Story Line

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Episode 25
Script
Tom Hickey
Pencils
Tom Hickey
Story Line

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The Thief: Part 2
Script
Stockton
Pencils
Stockton
Story Line

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The Red Hatchet: Part 8
Script
Will Ely
Pencils
Will Ely
Story Line

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Russell Cole
Pencils
Russell Cole (Alger)
Story Line
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Published September 1938 by Centaur
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Gill Fox
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?
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?
Cover Art
Gill Fox

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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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?
Pencils
?
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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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?
Pencils
?
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?
Pencils
?
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?
Pencils
?
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?
Pencils
?
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?
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?
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?
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?
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Published September 1938 by Dell
"Jockeying their victim into position at the big table, Supeena seizes..."
Chester Gould
Chester Gould
Bill Holman
Dick Tracy; Johnny Mintworth; Danny Supeena (villain)
""Jockeying their victim into position at the big table, Supeena seizes...""
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"Jockeying their victim into position at the big table, Supeena seizes..."
Writer
Chester Gould
Interior Art
Chester Gould
Cover Art
Bill Holman
Character Appearances
Dick Tracy; Johnny Mintworth; Danny Supeena (villain)
Storyline
""Jockeying their victim into position at the big table, Supeena seizes...""

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"Look! Here comes the airy-linermaybe she's on hit an' wuz only a-foolin' yuh...."
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Zack Mosley
Pencils
Zack Mosley
Story Line

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"We'll pin th' stealin' of our cattle on Don Jose yet!"
Script
Ed Leffingwell
Pencils
Ed Leffingwell
Story Line

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"Be a man! Develop your body!"
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Bill Holman
Pencils
Bill Holman
Story Line

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"The sensational disappearance of Old Am has caused quite a bit of gossip.."
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Harold Gray
Pencils
Harold Gray
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"Oh Skeezix, you're going past the mail box. Would you drop this in?"
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Frank King
Pencils
Frank King
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"Followed by the weird cries of the old witch doctor, the adventurers face the perils of the great desert."
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Jock McCail
Pencils
Jock McCail
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"Try as I will- I can't crack open this peanut-"
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Stanley Link
Pencils
Stanley Link
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"The Dragon Lady has just heard the rumor that a handsome American husband is to be..."
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Milton Caniff
Pencils
Milton Caniff
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"Hm-Chester forgot to put his skates away."
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Gus Edson
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Gus Edson
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"Yeabo!! Swell packing!!!"
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Walter Berndt
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Walter Berndt
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"Did you, et, send for me, Sheriff?"
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Lou Byrnes
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Lou Byrnes
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"I didn't know Grandpa was a boxing enthusiast!"
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Carl Ed
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Carl Ed
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"John and his comrades heard Izzog's reply with some concern."
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William Ward
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William Ward
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"Make a record of your voice"
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman
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"And listen Grozbaum--we've got Miss Irene Dare. It'll cost you just one hundred thousand dollars to get her back."
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Reg Perott
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Reg Perott
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"Out running around night clubs with your fiancee-"
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Frank Willard
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Frank Willard
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"Hey-Cut that out son"
Script
Al Posen
Pencils
Al Posen
Story Line

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"Gosh, Grover Gribble may have been sickly but he was just a cheap crook."
Script
Martin Branner
Pencils
Martin Branner
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"But it's torture I tell you. I had no idea what your game was. You tricked me Supeena."
Script
Chester Gould
Pencils
Chester Gould
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"Oh Skippah...This storm is gettin' awful!"
Script
Zack Mosley
Pencils
Zack Mosley
Story Line
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Published September 1938 by Dell
"Maw, gimme a dime to go to the movies!"
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Charles Payne [as Payne] (credited)
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""Maw, gimme a dime to go to the movies!""
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"Maw, gimme a dime to go to the movies!"
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?
Interior Art
Charles Payne [as Payne] (credited)
Cover Art
?
Storyline
""Maw, gimme a dime to go to the movies!""

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The Story of the Stuttering Stick-Up Artist
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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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That's Telling Him!
Script
C. D. Small
Pencils
C. D. Small
Story Line

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Oh, Well That's Different?
Script
C. D. Small
Pencils
C. D. Small
Story Line

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"Hey! You're the one who robbed the Bing Street Bank last night!"
Script
?
Pencils
Victor PazmiƱo [as VEP] (signed)
Story Line

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"Charlie's machine gun fails him"
Script
Robert Weinstein (signed)
Pencils
Robert Weinstein (signed)
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"Aw, goodness --- the poor little puppy"
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Boody Rogers ?
Pencils
Boody Rogers [as Gordon Rogers] (credited)
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Duck Hunting
Script
Courtney Dunkel (signed)
Pencils
Courtney Dunkel (signed)
Story Line

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"She's caught on a bush about twenty feet down."
Script
Adolphe Barreaux (credited)
Pencils
Adolphe Barreaux (credited)
Story Line

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Riders of the Rockies
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?
Pencils
Norman Fallon (credited)
Story Line

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She Needs Plenty!
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C. D. Small
Pencils
C. D. Small
Story Line

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It Makes a Lot of Difference
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C. D. Small
Pencils
C. D. Small
Story Line

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"Don't worry to much highness"
Script
Bob Moore (credited)
Pencils
Carl Pfeufer (credited)
Story Line

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"We must find water, Taro."
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Paul H. Jepson (signed)
Pencils
Paul H. Jepson (signed)
Story Line

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Idea
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?
Pencils
Norman Fallon (credited)
Story Line

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"It's no go, boys"
Script
?
Pencils
James McCague [as James P. McCague] (credited)
Story Line

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"What are you reading Steve?"
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Tack Knight
Pencils
Tack Knight
Story Line

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"Hey, Sammy, Momma wants you to go to the store for some eggs!!"
Script
Tack Knight [as "Tack" Knight] (credited)
Pencils
Tack Knight [as "Tack" Knight] (credited)
Story Line

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It's All His Fault!
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?
Pencils
C. D. Small
Story Line

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Pull Together, Boys!
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?
Pencils
C. D. Small
Story Line

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"Kit, let's hit the trail"
Script
Tex O'Reilly (credited)
Pencils
Jack Warren [as J.A.W.] (signed)
Story Line

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Even-Stephen!
Script
?
Pencils
C. D. Small [as Small] (signed)
Story Line

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Salesman Sam Just Lost Another Sale
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?
Pencils
C. D. Small
Story Line

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"On the way back to the ranch"
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?
Pencils
Al Carreno (credited)
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"Whadda ya know about the sea, ya little shrimp?"
Script
?
Pencils
Charles Payne ?
Story Line
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