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Lee Falk
Ray Moore
Joe Musial
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Lee Falk
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Ray Moore
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Joe Musial

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Doc Winner
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Clarence D. Russell [as C. D. Russell]
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Clarence D. Russell [as C. D. Russell]
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Alex Raymond
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H.H.Knerr
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Lyman Young
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Doc Winner
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Norman Lynd
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Chic Young
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Hal Foster
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Joe Musial
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Russ Westover
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A.D. Carter [as Ad Carter]
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A.D. Carter [as Ad Carter]
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Dave Breger
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Dave Breger
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Lyman Young
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Billy DeBeck
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Jimmy Hatlo
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Published September 1943 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of the Toyman

The Terrible Toyman!
Don Cameron [as Jerry Siegel] (signed)
Ed Dobrotka [as Joe Shuster] (signed)
Ed Dobrotka
Superman [Clark Kent]; Lois Lane; Perry White; The Toyman [Winslow Percival Schott] (villain)
"The Terrible Toyman!" The Toyman uses toys to commit two robberies, but after Superman foils his third robbery, the Toyman snatches Lois Lane and is about to kill her with poisonous dolls, when Superman discovers his hidden lair, frees Lois, and turns The Toyman over to the police.
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Published September 1943 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of the Toyman

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The Terrible Toyman!
Writer
Don Cameron [as Jerry Siegel] (signed)
Interior Art
Ed Dobrotka [as Joe Shuster] (signed)
Cover Art
Ed Dobrotka
Character Appearances
Superman [Clark Kent]; Lois Lane; Perry White; The Toyman [Winslow Percival Schott] (villain)
Storyline
"The Terrible Toyman!" The Toyman uses toys to commit two robberies, but after Superman foils his third robbery, the Toyman snatches Lois Lane and is about to kill her with poisonous dolls, when Superman discovers his hidden lair, frees Lois, and turns The Toyman over to the police.

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The Treasure of Dead Man's Key!
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Don Cameron
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Mort Meskin
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Jack Farr
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Jack Farr
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The Inquisitive Ostrich!
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Don Cameron
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Edwin Smalle ?
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Peter, the Small!
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Joseph Greene
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Bernard Baily (signed)
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Quiet...Thugs at Work!
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Gardner F. Fox
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Joseph Sulman
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Published September 1943 by Hillman
Misery!
Harry Stein
Fred Kida
Fred Kida ?
Airboy [David Nelson II]; Misery [Pierre Duray] (villain, introduction, origin)
"Misery!"
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Published September 1943 by Hillman

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Misery!
Writer
Harry Stein
Interior Art
Fred Kida
Cover Art
Fred Kida ?
Character Appearances
Airboy [David Nelson II]; Misery [Pierre Duray] (villain, introduction, origin)
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"Misery!"

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It's the Crow Vs. SkyWolf
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Dan Barry
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The Promotion of Pvt. McGinty
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Tony DiPreta
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The Leper
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Bill Fraccio
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Music Lesson
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John Cassone?
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The Rescue of Major Koneff
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John Cassone
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Dr. Roulette's Wheel of Death
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Bob Fujitani
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Published September 1943 by DC
The Spotlight on Crime
Bill Finger
Stan Aschmeier
Paul Reinman; Jon L. Blummer (Hop Harrigan only)
Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Doiby Dickles; the Silhouette (Villain, Introduction)
"The Spotlight on Crime" A new criminal calling himself the Silhouette challenges the Green Lantern to a duel of wits by using the Emerald Crusader's own weapon against him: light!
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Published September 1943 by DC

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Story Title
The Spotlight on Crime
Writer
Bill Finger
Interior Art
Stan Aschmeier
Cover Art
Paul Reinman; Jon L. Blummer (Hop Harrigan only)
Character Appearances
Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Doiby Dickles; the Silhouette (Villain, Introduction)
Storyline
"The Spotlight on Crime" A new criminal calling himself the Silhouette challenges the Green Lantern to a duel of wits by using the Emerald Crusader's own weapon against him: light!

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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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The Loneliest Man in the World
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Joseph Greene ?
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Joe Gallagher
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The Aging Death
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Charles Reizenstein
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Stan Aschmeier [as Stan Josephs] (signed)
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Nobody on the Paper
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Sheldon Mayer (signed)
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Sheldon Mayer (signed)
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Kicking the Swastika Round
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Ted Udall
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Joe Gallagher
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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Transoceanic Transport
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Jon L. Blummer (signed)
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Jon L. Blummer (signed)
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Published Fall 1943 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of the Thinker

Tumble Inn to Trouble: Introduction
Gardner F. Fox
Everett E. Hibbard
Everett E. Hibbard [as E. E. Hibbard] (signed)
The Flash [Jay Garrick]; Winky Moylan; Blinky Boylan; Noddy Toylan; The Thinker [Clifford Devoe](villain)
"Tumble Inn to Trouble: Introduction" (See synopsis for Chapter 1)
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Published Fall 1943 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of the Thinker

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Tumble Inn to Trouble: Introduction
Writer
Gardner F. Fox
Interior Art
Everett E. Hibbard
Cover Art
Everett E. Hibbard [as E. E. Hibbard] (signed)
Character Appearances
The Flash [Jay Garrick]; Winky Moylan; Blinky Boylan; Noddy Toylan; The Thinker [Clifford Devoe](villain)
Storyline
"Tumble Inn to Trouble: Introduction" (See synopsis for Chapter 1)

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Tumble Inn to Trouble: Chapter 1: 10 Years to Think
Script
Gardner F. Fox
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Everett E. Hibbard
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Famous District Attorney Clifford Devoe loses a very important case involving mobster Hunk Norvock, and decides to throw in with him. A deal is struck between the two, but Devoe doesn't hear anything from Hunk for 10 years, and then when he does, it involves the Flash and a restaurant owned by the Three Dimwits.

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Tumble Inn to Trouble: Chapter 2: The Thinker against the Door
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Gardner F. Fox
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Everett E. Hibbard
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Devoe, now known as "The Thinker," takes over Hunk's gang and begins to plan a series of robberies, including a valuable diamond known as "The Sun." At the restaurant, Noddy is fed a salad of Karma leaves by a disgruntled waiter and he vanishes into invisibility!

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Tumble Inn to Trouible: Chapter 3: Hot Stuff, That Banana Oil
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Gardner F. Fox
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Everett E. Hibbard
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Discovering the secret of the Karma leaves, the Thinker sends his thugs to the Dimwit's restaurant to get a supply of those leaves, which will allow them to commit crimes unseen. Unfortunately for the Thinker, the Scarlet Speedster doesn't need the leaves of the Karma plant to be invisible!

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Tumble Inn to Trouble: Chapter 4: Who's the Real Thinker?
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Gardner F. Fox
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Everett E. Hibbard
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The Thinker strikes at the Flash by making him think that the Three Dimwits are the real masterminds of crime. Although the Fastest Man Alive doesn't buy the story, the authorities do, and Flash has his hands full convincing the Police that the Dimwits are just plain saps!
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Published September 1943 by Columbia
"Doggone!"
Frank Beck
Frank Beck
Boody Rogers?
""Doggone!""
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Published September 1943 by Columbia

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"Doggone!"
Writer
Frank Beck
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Frank Beck
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Boody Rogers?
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""Doggone!""

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The Stick-Up
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Ham Fisher
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Ham Fisher
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The Other Face
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Gardner Fox?
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Ogden Whitney (Mart Bailey)
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Reunited With the Greens
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Frank Beck
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Frank Beck
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Escape From the Valley of the Dead
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Frank Tinsley
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Frank Tinsley
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The Plot to Kidnap Sparky
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Boody Rogers
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Boody Rogers
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Major Koenig Infiltrates the Underground
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Wexler
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Paine
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The Caravel Adventure, Part 3
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Alfred Andriola
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Alfred Andriola
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Pa's Second Courtship
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J. H. Striebel
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J. P. McEvoy
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Emma the Spy Queen
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Gardner Fox?
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Ogden Whitney
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Published September 1943 by Holyoke
Deception
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Gil Kane ?
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Blue Beetle [Dan Garret]; Larry Connor
"Deception" Dan Garret sneaks into Japan by convincing the enemy he's a Gestapo agent and helps a captured American pilot escape.
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Published September 1943 by Holyoke

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Deception
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?
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Gil Kane ?
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?
Character Appearances
Blue Beetle [Dan Garret]; Larry Connor
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"Deception" Dan Garret sneaks into Japan by convincing the enemy he's a Gestapo agent and helps a captured American pilot escape.

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Mel Lazarus
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Mel Lazarus
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The Devil's Highway
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Story of how American settlers crossed the Superstition Mountains in Arizona to reach California in the face of hostile Indians.

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Victory Garden
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Sid Lazarus ?
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Ali Baba plants a victory garden, but the Nose steals all his produce so Ali buys a mechanical bloodhound to track him down.

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"Things are bad men. The enemy will bust through here if we don't stop 'im!"
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Mel Lazarus
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Mel Lazarus
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Caught by Dusty Hands
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Montgomery Mulford (signed)
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George Tukel (signed)
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A police man captures a saboteur by noticing emery dust on his hands.

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Air Pirates
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?
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Allen Ulmer ?
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Brody and White rob banks and use an airplane for their getaways.

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The Left-Handed Killer
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?
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Alex Blum ?
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Military Intelligence loans Dan to his old town's police force for a few days to help solve a murder. A left handed killer has murdered a wealthy widow and her jewels have disappeared.

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"The biggest ears in our town were owned by Willie Wack-"
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?
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?
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Escape of a French Girl
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?
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George Tukel (signed)
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Case of the Empty Envelope
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Montgomery Mulford (signed)
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George Tukel (signed)
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The D's to the Rescue
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?
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?
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Netje the Little Dutch Girl
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Montgomery Mulford (signed)
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George Tukel (signed)
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A Dutch child works for the underground.

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"ULP Should I run? or Ulp-"
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Mel Lazarus (signed)
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Mel Lazarus (signed)
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Published September-October 1943 by Novelty Press
"A grim secret from the grave haunts Dick Cole and Simba Karno!"
George Kapitan (signed)
Al Fagaly (signed)
Fred Bell (signed)
""A grim secret from the grave haunts Dick Cole and Simba Karno!""
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Published September-October 1943 by Novelty Press

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"A grim secret from the grave haunts Dick Cole and Simba Karno!"
Writer
George Kapitan (signed)
Interior Art
Al Fagaly (signed)
Cover Art
Fred Bell (signed)
Storyline
""A grim secret from the grave haunts Dick Cole and Simba Karno!""

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Windy--the Talking Dog--Tells All
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Ray Gill (signed)
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John Jordan (signed)
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"Up she goes!"
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Ray Gill (signed)
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Harold DeLay (signed)
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The Thunderbird
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?
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Harry Ramsey?
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"Deep in the heart of Russia..."
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?
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Dan Barry (signed)
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"Krisko and Jasper have lost their two-man battleship!"
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Jack Warren [as Jack A. Warren] (signed)
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Jack Warren [as Jack A. Warren] (signed)
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"The Fearless Fellers pools its funds to buy a new football!"
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Ray Gill (signed)
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Henry Kiefer (signed)
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"A dangerous plot to blow up a munitions plant..."
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?
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John Daly
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"Mars' fighting forces were overwhelming Earth's armies!"
Phil Nolan
Dick Calkins (signed)
Stephen A. Douglas
Buck Rogers; Amora; and Biceps.
""Mars' fighting forces were overwhelming Earth's armies!""
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"Mars' fighting forces were overwhelming Earth's armies!"
Writer
Phil Nolan
Interior Art
Dick Calkins (signed)
Cover Art
Stephen A. Douglas
Character Appearances
Buck Rogers; Amora; and Biceps.
Storyline
""Mars' fighting forces were overwhelming Earth's armies!""
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"The swift, silent attacks of Hammerhead Hawley..."
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Charles Quinlan
Charles Quinlan (signed)
""The swift, silent attacks of Hammerhead Hawley...""
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"The swift, silent attacks of Hammerhead Hawley..."
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?
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Charles Quinlan
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Charles Quinlan (signed)
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""The swift, silent attacks of Hammerhead Hawley...""

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Killer Gorilla
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?
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C. R. Schaaer (signed)
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"At a marine commando base somewhere..."
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?
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Jack Alderman
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The Mystery of the Incendiary Bomb
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?
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C. R. Schaarer
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"An account of the indomitable will and courage..."
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?
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Jack Alderman
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"Organized bands of corrupt politicians and diplomats..."
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?
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Charles Quinlan
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Mr. Axis uses every trick in the book, including the kidnapping of Mr. Hardee, in order to stop the signing of the Rumbian Rubber Agreement, which would assure ample supplies of rubber for America's defense needs.

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Three Little Devils
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?
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Herman Browner (signed)
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Token For Tokio
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?
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Charles Quinlan
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Our Fighting Generals
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Edward Murphy
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Edward Murphy (signed)
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Published September 1943 by Marvel
The House of the Laughing Death
Ray Cummings
Syd Shores
Syd Shores
V: The Silent Killer (I, D; James Carlin)
"The House of the Laughing Death" After four deaths at a sanitarium which leave no signs of foul play, Cap and Bucky discover a cross-dressing silent killer who uses a tank of compressed oxygen to murder invalids through holes in their rooms. Getting the better of him during a fistfight with Cap, the killer uses one of his own curare darts to commit suicide.
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Published September 1943 by Marvel

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The House of the Laughing Death
Writer
Ray Cummings
Interior Art
Syd Shores
Cover Art
Syd Shores
Character Appearances
V: The Silent Killer (I, D; James Carlin)
Storyline
"The House of the Laughing Death" After four deaths at a sanitarium which leave no signs of foul play, Cap and Bucky discover a cross-dressing silent killer who uses a tank of compressed oxygen to murder invalids through holes in their rooms. Getting the better of him during a fistfight with Cap, the killer uses one of his own curare darts to commit suicide.

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The Nazi Cleaver
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?
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Al Fagaly
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The Curse of the Yellow Scourge
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?
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Syd Shores
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The Saboteur of Death
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?
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Syd Shores?
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Published September 1943 by Fawcett
Captain Marvel Makes a Movie Hit
Otto Binder
?
C. C. Beck
Captain Marvel [Billy Batson]
"Captain Marvel Makes a Movie Hit"
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Published September 1943 by Fawcett

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Captain Marvel Makes a Movie Hit
Writer
Otto Binder
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
C. C. Beck
Character Appearances
Captain Marvel [Billy Batson]
Storyline
"Captain Marvel Makes a Movie Hit"

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The Pledge of the Gremlins
Script
Marc Swayze
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C. C. Beck; C.C. Beck Shop
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The Arabian Nights of Today
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Otto Binder
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?
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The Monster Society of Evil Ch. 6: Mr. Mind On Earth
Script
Otto Binder
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C. C. Beck; C.C. Beck Shop
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Published September, 1943 by Fawcett
Trouble in Troll Land!
Otto Binder
Maurice del Bourgo
Mac Raboy
Captain Marvel Jr. [Freddy Freeman]; Trolls
"Trouble in Troll Land!"
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Published September, 1943 by Fawcett

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Trouble in Troll Land!
Writer
Otto Binder
Interior Art
Maurice del Bourgo
Cover Art
Mac Raboy
Character Appearances
Captain Marvel Jr. [Freddy Freeman]; Trolls
Storyline
"Trouble in Troll Land!"

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Does Defense Work!
Script
Art Helfant
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Art Helfant
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The Fourth Dimensional Forceps
Script
Otto Binder
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Al Carreno
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Tom McNamara ?
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Tom McNamara ?
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Menace from Nowhere!
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?
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Mac Raboy
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Flames on the Farm!
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?
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Mac Raboy
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Published September 1943 by Fawcett
The Puzzle of the Flying Houses!
?
?
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Captain Midnight [Captain Jim Albright]; un-named member of the Secret Squadron; un-named State Policemen; Schrecklich Zauer (villain, introduction); un-named Nazis (villains)
"The Puzzle of the Flying Houses!" One night, as Captain Albright flies solo in his special P-38 he has invented, he sees a series of floating houses in the air, followed by a Nazi named Zauer who shoots him down. Eventually, he captures Midnight, ties him to a block of limestone, and drops him into water 100-feet deep in a quarry.
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Published September 1943 by Fawcett

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The Puzzle of the Flying Houses!
Writer
?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
Captain Midnight [Captain Jim Albright]; un-named member of the Secret Squadron; un-named State Policemen; Schrecklich Zauer (villain, introduction); un-named Nazis (villains)
Storyline
"The Puzzle of the Flying Houses!" One night, as Captain Albright flies solo in his special P-38 he has invented, he sees a series of floating houses in the air, followed by a Nazi named Zauer who shoots him down. Eventually, he captures Midnight, ties him to a block of limestone, and drops him into water 100-feet deep in a quarry.

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"Once again Johnny Blair brings to the millions..."
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?
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?
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The Plane That Flies Backwards
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?
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?
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The Sinister Angels!
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?
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?
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Captain Midnight is drawn into an eerie situation in the jungle along the Peru-Brazil border, when a native superstition of avenging mountain angels suddenly becomes reality!

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Bombs Out of the Sea
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?
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?
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Hog-Bound
?
C. R. Schaare (signed)
Charles M. Quinlan (signed)
"Hog-Bound"
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Hog-Bound
Writer
?
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C. R. Schaare (signed)
Cover Art
Charles M. Quinlan (signed)
Storyline
"Hog-Bound"

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The Well-Cooked Cook
Script
?
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C. R. Schaare (signed)
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Death For the Nazis
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?
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?
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Diamonds For Victory
Script
?
Pencils
?
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The Red Lash
Script
?
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Alan Mandel (signed)
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"When Tiny loses his good luck 'charm'..."
Script
?
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Herman C. Browner (signed)
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Vanishing Vagabonds
Script
?
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C. R. Schaare (signed)
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The Two-Faced Terror
Script
Charles M. Quinlan
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Charles M. Quinlan (signed)
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Published September 1943 by Gilberton
Westward Ho!
Charles Kingsley (original story); Dan Kushner (adaptation)(signed)
Allen Simon (signed)
Allen Simon
"Westward Ho!"
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Published September 1943 by Gilberton

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Westward Ho!
Writer
Charles Kingsley (original story); Dan Kushner (adaptation)(signed)
Interior Art
Allen Simon (signed)
Cover Art
Allen Simon
Storyline
"Westward Ho!"
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Published September 1943 by Hillman
It's the battle of the ages!!
?
Dan Barry
Dan Barry
"It's the battle of the ages!!"
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Published September 1943 by Hillman

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It's the battle of the ages!!
Writer
?
Interior Art
Dan Barry
Cover Art
Dan Barry
Storyline
"It's the battle of the ages!!"

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The Crooked Nine and the Diamond Robberies!!!
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?
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?
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"Gosh - These nice watermelons the Nazis left..."
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Tony DiPreta
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Tony DiPreta (signed)
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Seldom Does a Corpse Walk Away
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?
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Al Ulmer
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"He's the motor-man on wheels!!"
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Tony DiPreta (signed)
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"We'd like to see five boys from the Axis countries pitted against the five Yankee Boy Rangers!"
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?
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?
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Baby Face
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John Cassone (signed)
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Published September 1943 by Marvel
"Ho hum! I'm getting good and tire of going..."
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""Ho hum! I'm getting good and tire of going...""
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"Ho hum! I'm getting good and tire of going..."
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""Ho hum! I'm getting good and tire of going...""

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"Now that I have my lucky charm...."
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"Hm...Here's an interesting item!"
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"Hah! MMMM free lunch!"
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"Happy birthday dear Witchie...."
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"Got a light, Fizz?"
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Puffy Pig Battles 'Jolly Red' the Pirate
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"In a sinister underground hang-out..."
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?
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Perfect American Beauty Found in Kentucky Hills
Al Capp
Al Capp
Al Capp
"Perfect American Beauty Found in Kentucky Hills"
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Perfect American Beauty Found in Kentucky Hills
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Al Capp
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Al Capp
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Al Capp
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"Perfect American Beauty Found in Kentucky Hills"

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Al Capp
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Al Capp
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"Thass a beautiful li'l pig! A juicy dee-lish-us..."
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Al Capp
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Al Capp
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Data courtesy of the Grand Comics Database under Creative Commons license.
Published September 1943 by Standard
The Buttinsky
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Victor Pazmino
"The Buttinsky"
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Published September 1943 by Standard

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The Buttinsky
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Victor Pazmino
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"The Buttinsky"

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Ham Swift's Radio Transporter
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Carl Wessler (signed)
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"Your Highness-Sir Washboard at your service!"
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Carl Wessler (signed)
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Al Gator
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Dick Mann (signed)
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Meet Sharky!
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Sidney Pillet (signed)
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"Here's my chance to do something for my country!"
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Otto Feuer (credited)
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"Sparks, you're just a chump chimp!"
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Woody Gelman (signed)
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Harold the Hound Cracks Some Hard Boiled Yeggs!
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Tom Golden (signed)
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"Make way for the mouse of steel!"
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Richard E. Hughes (credited)
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Milton Stein (credited)
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