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Published October 1937 by DC
The River Patrol
Gardner Fox
Creig Flessel
Creig Flessel
Fred Dunn (introduction); the Skipper (introduction)
"The River Patrol"
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Published October 1937 by DC

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Story Title
The River Patrol
Writer
Gardner Fox
Interior Art
Creig Flessel
Cover Art
Creig Flessel
Character Appearances
Fred Dunn (introduction); the Skipper (introduction)
Storyline
"The River Patrol"

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Mystery of the Wholesale Kidnappings: Part 4
Script
Will Ely
Pencils
Will Ely
Story Line

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The Disappearance of Carl Huntley
Script
?
Pencils
Sven Elven
Story Line

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The Claws of the Red Dragon [Part 8]
Script
Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson
Pencils
Tom Hickey
Story Line

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The Phony Pierre Blanc
Script
Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Joe Shuster
Story Line

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Lucky Hunch
Script
Homer Fleming
Pencils
Homer Fleming
Story Line

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The Hillbillies
Script
Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Joe Shuster
Story Line
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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)
Interior Art
M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
Cover Art
Victor E. Pazmino

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Clifford McBride
Pencils
Clifford McBride
Story Line

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Justice Blind Justice
Script
Pop Mormand
Pencils
Pop Mormand
Story Line

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Fred Locher
Pencils
Fred Locher
Story Line

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S. M. Iger [as Bob Bliss]
Pencils
S. M. Iger [as Bob Bliss]
Story Line
original material?

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Frank Godwin
Pencils
Frank Godwin
Story Line

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Frank Godwin
Pencils
Frank Godwin
Story Line

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Roy L. Williams
Pencils
Roy L. Williams
Story Line

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M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
Pencils
M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
Story Line

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Clifford McBride
Pencils
Clifford McBride
Story Line

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S. L. Huntley
Pencils
Art Huhta
Story Line

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S. M. Iger
Pencils
S. M. Iger
Story Line

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A. E. Hayward
Pencils
A. E. Hayward
Story Line

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Noel Sickles
Pencils
Noel Sickles
Story Line

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Julian Ollendorf
Pencils
Julian Ollendorf
Story Line

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Introducing Cleopatra
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J. Carroll Mansfield
Pencils
J. Carroll Mansfield
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Victor E. Pazmino
Pencils
Victor E. Pazmino
Story Line

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Bill McCleery
Pencils
Ralph Briggs Fuller
Story Line

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M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
Pencils
M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
Story Line

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Clifford McBride
Pencils
Clifford McBride
Story Line

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The End of Alexander
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J. Carroll Mansfield
Pencils
J. Carroll Mansfield
Story Line

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"Just press this first button and they'll do whatever you say!"
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Mel Graff
Pencils
Mel Graff
Story Line

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Colton Waugh
Pencils
Colton Waugh
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Rex Collier
Pencils
Kemp Starrett ?
Story Line

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"Buddy, Alura, Wilma, the Kaddockians and I had no soomer reached the surface when we learned of the approach of a gigantic war-machine."
Script
Philip Francis Nowlan
Pencils
Rick Yager [as Dick Calkins] (signed)
Story Line

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F. O. Alexander
Pencils
F. O. Alexander
Story Line

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F. O. Alexander
Pencils
F. O. Alexander
Story Line

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"Where'd you learn to be so doggone acrobatic?"
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Dick Calkins
Pencils
Russell Keaton
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"I've got a plan! See that tree? That's where I'm heading!"
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Paul Powell
Pencils
Kemp Starrett ?
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Charles. J. Dunn
Pencils
Charles. J. Dunn
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Joe Bowers
Pencils
Joe Bowers
Story Line

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Clifford McBride
Pencils
Clifford McBride
Story Line
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Published [October] 1937 by David McKay
Chester Gould
Chester Gould
Chester Gould
Dick Tracy; Pat Patton; Junior Tracy; Lips Manliss; Mimi; Athnel Jones
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Published [October] 1937 by David McKay

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Writer
Chester Gould
Interior Art
Chester Gould
Cover Art
Chester Gould
Character Appearances
Dick Tracy; Pat Patton; Junior Tracy; Lips Manliss; Mimi; Athnel Jones
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"Countess, society is sponsoring the big football game..."
Rube Goldberg
Rube Goldberg
Rube Goldberg
Lala Palooza
""Countess, society is sponsoring the big football game...""
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"Countess, society is sponsoring the big football game..."
Writer
Rube Goldberg
Interior Art
Rube Goldberg
Cover Art
Rube Goldberg
Character Appearances
Lala Palooza
Storyline
""Countess, society is sponsoring the big football game...""

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"Hoopla!"
Script
Ed Wheelan?
Pencils
Ed Wheelan
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"Gosh! --Lookit all the cars!"
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Lank Leonard
Pencils
Lank Leonard
Story Line

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"I'd ruther fight Dempsey than have a tooth pulled"
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Ham Fisher
Pencils
Ham Fisher
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"I want you to tell me what you think..."
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Bob Zuppke
Pencils
R. W. Depew
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"There are Johnny and Martha..."
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Monte Barrett
Pencils
Russell E. Ross
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"Hm--these cars never stop for you--"
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Monte Barrett
Pencils
Russell E. Ross
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"Teacher wants me t' look jus' like..."
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J. P. McEvoy
Pencils
J. H. Striebel
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The Open Season On Hunters
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H. J. Tuthill
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H. J. Tuthill
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"What do you aim to do here?"
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John J. Welch
Pencils
John J. Welch
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George Marcoux
Pencils
George Marcoux
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The "Flying Fortress"
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Les Marshall
Pencils
Les Marshall
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Al Zere
Pencils
Al Zere
Story Line

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"Say Jim--"
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Ed Cronin
Pencils
Ed Cronin
Story Line

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"A country full of laundrymen..."
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Johnny Devlin
Pencils
Johnny Devlin
Story Line

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"About how Rockne and Dorais..."
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Bob Zupke
Pencils
R. W. Depew
Story Line

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Bob Zupke
Pencils
R. W. Depew
Story Line
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Published October 1937 by Ultem
Contents
?
? (illustration)
Dick Ryan
"Contents"
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Published October 1937 by Ultem

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Contents
Writer
?
Interior Art
? (illustration)
Cover Art
Dick Ryan
Storyline
"Contents"

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Salute to Our Firemen
Script
?
Pencils
Fred Guardineer (signed)
Story Line

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"- And we will now proceed to shackle ze Great Boodini -"
Script
Fred Schwab
Pencils
Fred Schwab
Story Line

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"Ooo! Now we'll see the monkey"
Script
Charles Biro
Pencils
Charles Biro
Story Line

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"Why, come right in, Mrs. Slingo."
Script
Dick Ryan
Pencils
Dick Ryan
Story Line

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"On the throne of Kaspiana..."
Script
?
Pencils
John Lindermayer (signed)
Story Line
Chancellor Von Strumen, regent for the boy king, over taxes the workers and threatens them with violence. Kris Lopez starts a revolt and kidnaps the king.

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"Yo-hoo! Mamma!"
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Dick Ryan
Pencils
Dick Ryan
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"Well - here we are - Slippery - come t'help yer with yer bags!"
Script
Bob Wood
Pencils
Bob Wood
Story Line

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Thomas A. Edison
Script
Richard Speed
Pencils
Richard Speed
Story Line

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"Whaddya see, Matey?"
Script
Bob Wood [as BW] (signed)
Pencils
Bob Wood [as BW] (signed)
Story Line

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"I'm going out and test her right now..."
Script
John Lindermayer [as Linder Mayr] (signed)
Pencils
John Lindermayer [as Linder Mayr] (signed)
Story Line

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Detective Shultz's Overcoat
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?
Pencils
Rafael Astarita
Story Line

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"Now, like good children, go out and play..."
Script
John Lindermayer [as Linder Mayr] (signed)
Pencils
John Lindermayer [as Linder Mayr] (signed)
Story Line

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"We eat. This town looks very kind."
Script
Dick Ryan
Pencils
Dick Ryan
Story Line

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Dangerous Seas
Script
Norman Daniels (signed)
Pencils
Fred Guardineer (signed)
Story Line
A Russian charters Dave's schooner for a shady mission.

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"And you're going to show us -- civilized people"
Script
Dick Ryan
Pencils
Dick Ryan
Story Line

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"Watch, now, Mumy! The double flip!!"
Script
Claire S. Moe (signed)
Pencils
Claire S. Moe (signed)
Story Line
Pierrot the clown is jealous of Jacques' success, so he cuts the trapeze rope. Jane sees him and takes her father's place to save his life.

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"It's my new car"
Script
Charles Biro
Pencils
Charles Biro
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?
Pencils
?
Story Line
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Published October 1937 by Ultem
"Boys it we don't git back them stolen cows, I'm ruint!"
?
Rafael Astarita
Bob Wood (signed)
""Boys it we don't git back them stolen cows, I'm ruint!""
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Published October 1937 by Ultem

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Story Title
"Boys it we don't git back them stolen cows, I'm ruint!"
Writer
?
Interior Art
Rafael Astarita
Cover Art
Bob Wood (signed)
Storyline
""Boys it we don't git back them stolen cows, I'm ruint!""

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Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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Our Pioneer Fathers
Script
Richard Speed
Pencils
Richard Speed
Story Line

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Bombs of Destiny
Script
Will Harr (signed)
Pencils
Fred Guardineer (signed)
Story Line

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The Dumbell Sisters
Script
John Lindermayer (signed)
Pencils
John Lindermayer (signed)
Story Line

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Age of Animals
Script
Richard Speed
Pencils
Richard Speed
Story Line

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Script
Dick Ryan
Pencils
Dick Ryan
Story Line

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The Little Black Bag
Script
?
Pencils
Bob Wood (signed)
Story Line

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"Jack Strand goes to Psyck's World of the Subconcious"
Script
Frank Frollo
Pencils
Frank Frollo (signed)
Story Line

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Louis Pasteur
Script
?
Pencils
Marie Aline De Kerosett (Signed)
Story Line

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Vacation Cowgirl
Script
Bob Wood [as B W]
Pencils
Bob Wood [as B W]
Story Line

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Samule F. B. Morse
Script
Richard Speed
Pencils
Richard Speed
Story Line

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Arizona's Ace Trick
Script
Jim Chambers (signed)
Pencils
Jim Chambers (signed)
Story Line

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"Range End, thirty years ago was peaceful and law abiding.."
Script
?
Pencils
Rafael Astarita
Story Line

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"Radio message from shore station, Sir."
Script
?
Pencils
Creig Flessel
Story Line

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Dick Ryan
Pencils
Dick Ryan
Story Line
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Published October 1937 by DC
The Brain: Part 6
Will Ely
Will Ely (signed)
Vincent Sullivan (signed)
Sandra; Michael; The Brain (Dies)
"The Brain: Part 6" Sandra and Micheal are rescued by marines.
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Published October 1937 by DC

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Story Title
The Brain: Part 6
Writer
Will Ely
Interior Art
Will Ely (signed)
Cover Art
Vincent Sullivan (signed)
Character Appearances
Sandra; Michael; The Brain (Dies)
Storyline
"The Brain: Part 6" Sandra and Micheal are rescued by marines.

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The Shrinking Doom
Script
Jerry Siegel [as Leger]
Pencils
Joe Shuster [as Reuths]
Story Line
Manners is shrunken to doll size by an embittered scientist.

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The Smugglers: Part 7
Script
Tom Hickey
Pencils
Tom Hickey (signed)
Story Line
With Morros's help, Wing captures Abdul-Crim

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Peter the Hermit, "Apostle of the First Crusade"
Script
Homer Fleming
Pencils
Homer Fleming (signed)
Story Line

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Prince of Patrania: Part 25
Script
Vincent Sullivan
Pencils
Vincent Sullivan (signed)
Story Line
Spike appears as the King and unnerves Ruppo

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Episode 25
Script
Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson
Pencils
Raymond Perry
Story Line

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Keeping up with the times
Script
Creig Flessel
Pencils
Creig Flessel [as Fless]
Story Line
Hank trades in his horse for an auto.

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Story Title
Fang Gow of China: Part 25
Script
Leo O'Mealia
Pencils
Leo O'Mealia (signed)
Story Line
Fang Gow is ready to cut off Jean's Finger when Barry pulls the trigger.

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Part 13
Script
Sven Elven
Pencils
Sven Elven (signed)
Story Line
Captain Daniels and Jeff are accosted by chinese pirates

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People of the Red Planet: Part 11
Script
Tom Hickey
Pencils
Tom Hickey (signed)
Story Line
Mark rescues Prof Hillary and blows up the Red People's stronghold.

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At the County Fair: Part 3
Script
Creig Flessel
Pencils
Creig Flessel [as Fless]
Story Line
The boys fight over Nita, but she has other plans.

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Story Title
Episode 14
Script
Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson
Pencils
Sven Elven
Story Line
Athos is arrested, mistaken for D'Artagnan

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Island Adventure: Part 17
Script
Russell Cole
Pencils
Russell Cole [as Alger]
Story Line
Woozy finds a chest with a message in it.

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Story Title
Tom Paine
Script
?
Pencils
Henry Kiefer (signed)
Story Line

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Alaskan Adventure: Part 11
Script
Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson
Pencils
Leo O'Mealia (signed)
Story Line
Bob escapes from the Asiatics but Dicky is underground trying to stop Monk Morton's planted bombs from going off.

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Quarterback Blues
Script
Creig Flessel
Pencils
Creig Flessel [as Fless]
Story Line

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King of the Undersea Realm
Script
Tom Hickey
Pencils
Tom Hickey (signed)
Story Line
Brad becomes king of the sub-sea world

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The Gorilla Greene Fight
Script
Ed Cronin
Pencils
Ed Cronin (signed)
Story Line

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The Marijuana Racket: Part 1
Script
Will Ely
Pencils
Will Ely (signed)
Story Line
Marijuana victims murder people to support their habit.

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Linda and the Lumberjacks: Part 2
Script
Whitney Ellsworth
Pencils
Whitney Ellsworth
Story Line
The men of the lumber camp petition tp allow Linda to stay.

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The Dick Riley Case: Part 2
Script
Will Ely
Pencils
Will Ely (signed)
Story Line
Jack and the Sherrif pursue Dick as he tries to escape on an outgoing freight.

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The Booze Trucker
Script
Jerry Siegel (signed)
Pencils
Joe Shuster (signed)
Story Line
Sandy and Larry pull over a truck that's acting suspiciously.
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Published October 1937 by DC
The Train Robbery: Part 20
Homer Fleming
Homer Fleming
Creig Flessel (signed)
"The Train Robbery: Part 20"
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Published October 1937 by DC

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Story Title
The Train Robbery: Part 20
Writer
Homer Fleming
Interior Art
Homer Fleming
Cover Art
Creig Flessel (signed)
Storyline
"The Train Robbery: Part 20"

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Story Title
Episode 15
Script
Tom Hickey
Pencils
Tom Hickey
Story Line

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Script
Russell Cole
Pencils
Russell Cole [as Alger]
Story Line

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Story Title
Episode 17
Script
Merna Gamble
Pencils
Merna Gamble
Story Line

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Junior Federal Men Vs. the Bank Robbers
Script
Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Joe Shuster
Story Line

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Episode 17
Script
Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson?
Pencils
Alex Anthony Blum [as Anthony]
Story Line

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Script
Ray Burley
Pencils
Ray Burley
Story Line

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The Tsin Lee Incident: Part 7
Script
Will Ely
Pencils
Will Ely
Story Line

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Script
Bob Hermans
Pencils
Bob Hermans
Story Line

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Episode 7
Script
Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson
Pencils
Munson Paddock
Story Line

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Script
Vincent Sullivan
Pencils
Vincent Sullivan
Story Line

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Ray Burley
Pencils
Ray Burley
Story Line

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Episode 14
Script
Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson
Pencils
Sven Elven
Story Line

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Script
Ellis Edwards
Pencils
Ellis Edwards
Story Line

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Story Title
Murder at the Thousand Bleeding Dragons: Part 5
Script
Joe Donohoe
Pencils
Joe Donohoe
Story Line

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Script
Russell Cole
Pencils
Russell Cole [as Alger]
Story Line

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Rajah Maharajah: Part 16
Script
Homer Fleming
Pencils
Homer Fleming
Story Line

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Story Title
Episode 18
Script
Sven Elven
Pencils
Sven Elven
Story Line

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Story Title
Pearl of the Bleeding Heart: Part 4
Script
Will Ely
Pencils
Will Ely
Story Line

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Story Title
The Revenge of Devachan: Part 8
Script
Creig Flessel
Pencils
Creig Flessel
Story Line

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Script
Russell Cole
Pencils
Russell Cole [as Alger]
Story Line
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Published October 1937 by Dell

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Published October-November 1937 by Ultem
"The king had called in his advisers..."
Fred Schwab
Fred Schwab
?
""The king had called in his advisers...""
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Published October-November 1937 by Ultem

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Story Title
"The king had called in his advisers..."
Writer
Fred Schwab
Interior Art
Fred Schwab
Cover Art
?
Storyline
""The king had called in his advisers...""

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Story Title
"How about some garbage, Mam?"
Script
Fred Schwab
Pencils
Fred Schwab
Story Line

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"Let this be a lesson t'ya!"
Script
Fred Schwab
Pencils
Fred Schwab
Story Line

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"Lemme have some soup!"
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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"The program comes through the kindness of your favorite coffee blenders."
Script
Dick Ryan (signed)
Pencils
Dick Ryan (signed)
Story Line

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"Beneath a shady maple tree..."
Script
?
Pencils
Rafael Astarita
Story Line

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"Professor, what is it that never asks questions..."
Script
W. C. Brigham
Pencils
W. C. Brigham
Story Line

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"The fleet's in --- we'll salute them."
Script
Fred Schwab
Pencils
Fred Schwab
Story Line

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What the Well Dressed Man Will Wear
Script
Fred Schwab
Pencils
Fred Schwab
Story Line

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"Before ya keelhaul me boys, lemme tell ya a story"
Script
Fred Schwab (signed)
Pencils
Fred Schwab (signed)
Story Line

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"So you sent th' firefly chorus a spider lily..."
Script
Dick Ryan [as Uncle Dick] (signed)
Pencils
Dick Ryan [as Uncle Dick] (signed)
Story Line

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"Raskow leaves for Canada..."
Script
?
Pencils
Fred Guardineer (signed)
Story Line

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"Hey chief, someone just took my badge!"
Script
Fred Schwab
Pencils
Fred Schwab
Story Line

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"Hey" "Hay" "Yoo hoo"
Script
Fred Schwab
Pencils
Fred Schwab
Story Line

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At the Circus
Script
?
Pencils
Rafael Astarita
Story Line

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"Er - who's gonna put the cat out t'nite"
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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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"It seems in Topsy Turvy Land..."
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?
Pencils
Clem Gretter
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"And what is your complaint?"
Script
Dick Ryan
Pencils
Dick Ryan
Story Line

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"We're going to have a lovely time today, aren't we Tucker?"
Script
Jack Romer (signed)
Pencils
Jack Romer (signed)
Story Line

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"Wow - wudda swell sight!"
Script
Fred Schwab
Pencils
Fred Schwab
Story Line

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Stars and Stripes
Script
Dick Ryan
Pencils
Dick Ryan
Story Line

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"While strolling through the Gooby Woods..."
Script
Charles Biro
Pencils
Charles Biro
Story Line

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"I've hired a girl to help you in the office, Eddie!"
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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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"Well, Grandpa, you suggested the Clairview..."
Script
Charles Biro
Pencils
Charles Biro
Story Line

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Trail of the Mammoth
Script
?
Pencils
Frank Frollo (signed)
Story Line

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"Aw - wait a minute - I might think of a better one!"
Script
Fred Schwab
Pencils
Fred Schwab
Story Line

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"My life is all roses when I'm near you."
Script
Dick Ryan
Pencils
Dick Ryan
Story Line

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"Wheat, the mainstay of human life..."
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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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"Thy Evil Spirit Brutus"
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?
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H. C. Kiefer ?
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David and Goliath
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?
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Fred Guardineer (signed)
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Robert Fulton 1785 - 1815
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?
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Henry Kiefer [as De Keroset]
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Published October-November 1937 by Ultem
"Two Noo Yawk gentlemen arriving on the 2:15..."
W. M. Allison
W. M. Allison
Fred Schwab
Ace; Deuce
""Two Noo Yawk gentlemen arriving on the 2:15..."" A couple New York City mob members come to the Dude ranch to lay low, but Ace and Deuce sniff them out.
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Published October-November 1937 by Ultem

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"Two Noo Yawk gentlemen arriving on the 2:15..."
Writer
W. M. Allison
Interior Art
W. M. Allison
Cover Art
Fred Schwab
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Ace; Deuce
Storyline
""Two Noo Yawk gentlemen arriving on the 2:15..."" A couple New York City mob members come to the Dude ranch to lay low, but Ace and Deuce sniff them out.

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"Aw, I didn't know it was that bad!"
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Fred Schwab (signed)
Pencils
Fred Schwab (signed)
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Joe is put to work as the chef when the regular cook goes on strike, but isn't really suited for the job.

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"Shore is a tough break for your Dad..."
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Irving Frisch
Pencils
Rafael Astarita
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Bob Horn lives on his Dad's ranch, which has a valuable oil well just across the fence on his neighbor's property. Bob discovers by accident that the neighbor moved the fence, and that the well is really his father's property.

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"The Mayor of the City wore a very troubled look"
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?
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Charles Biro ?
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the story of how Jake rid the town of the tough guy with his wits.

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"Run home little boy and ride your hobby horse"
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Charles Biro
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Charles Biro
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Junior signs up for the rodeo, despite the taunts about his age, throws the bull, rescues the damsel in distress...all before his Mom wakes him for school.

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"That's a right smart dog I got there, Lou"
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Fred Guardineer
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Fred Guardineer
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Lou spins a tale about how smart his dog was.

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"This round up is a tuff job, eh, Void?"
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? [as Todmoro] (signed)
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? [as Todmoro] (signed)
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Errand of Mercy
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Norman Daniels
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?
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Marked Bullets
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Will Harr (credited)
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Rafael Astarita ?
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Dynamite Trail
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?
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Frank Frollo ?
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A ranger investigates strange accidents at a mining operation and finds a disgruntled employee.

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"They won't be any chuck tonight, men."
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Fred Guardineer (signed) [as F.B.G.]
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Fred Guardineer (signed) [as F.B.G.]
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"Mighty fine hoss flesh, kid."
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Rafael Astarita (signed)
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Rafael Astarita (signed)
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Grizzly gets challenged to a horse race.

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"We're the guys for ya!"
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Fred Schwab
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Fred Schwab
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"Say - Join me in a drink Buddy!"
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Fred Schwab
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Fred Schwab
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"Aren't those flowers beautiful!"
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Dick Ryan
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Dick Ryan
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Words Without Music
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? [as Todmoro]
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? [as Todmoro]
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a lyrical poem about migrant cowboys looking for work.

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John Dillinger
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Richard Speed
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Richard Speed
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Facts about the life and death of infamous outlaw John Dillinger.

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"McGee, yah boined down a bank last week..."
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Fred Schwab
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Fred Schwab
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Killer McGee can calmly take being called a menace and thief, but won't abide being accused of eating onions.

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The Little Papoose
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Fred Guardineer
Pencils
Fred Guardineer
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a poem to a Native American baby

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"Hello Mary - How's things at the cabin?"
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Fred Schwab
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Fred Schwab
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Mary has rats in her cabin.

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Chief White Wolf
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Richard Speed
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Richard Speed
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Published October 1937 by Dell
"Oh - I see you've been shopping again..."
Virginia Krausmann
Virginia Krausmann
?
""Oh - I see you've been shopping again...""
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Published October 1937 by Dell

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"Oh - I see you've been shopping again..."
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Virginia Krausmann
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Virginia Krausmann
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?
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""Oh - I see you've been shopping again...""

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The First S.O.S.
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Stookie Allen
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Stookie Allen
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"Oscar Soso owns a whole row of houses..."
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Courtney Dunkel [as Dunkel]
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Courtney Dunkel [as Dunkel]
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"Have you folks played Handies?"
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Merrill Blosser
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Merrill Blosser
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"Where cha get that collection of trophies?"
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Bud Fisher
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Bud Fisher
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"Blow the horn when you're passin' the school!"
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Gene Byrnes
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Gene Byrnes
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"A few weeks later Tad and Slim prepare to start..."
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Bob Moore
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Carl Pfeufer
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"Awestruck at the fate of the mad king..."
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Bob Moore
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Carl Pfeufer
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"Hyar, Scrib ol' kid..."
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Sheldon Mayer
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Sheldon Mayer
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"Amos! Someone left the radio on..."
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?
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?
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"Og and Ru, Little Wab and Nada, trying to escape..."
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Irving Crump
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Kevin Royt
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"The man who made his living choking bulls..."
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Richard W. Thomas
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Walter Galli
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"When Slug heard that the 'Big Shot' was arriving..."
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Hal Forrest
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Hal Forrest
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"Just as Tommy and Skeeter clambered into their plane..."
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Hal Forrest
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Hal Forrest
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"With this paddin' in my shoulders..."
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J.R. Williams
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J.R. Williams
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"Bronc! You're hurt! I must get you home quick."
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Fred Harman
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Fred Harman
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"Mr. Bradley, somethin's been getting..."
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Merrill Blosser
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Merrill Blosser
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"Haw haw ho hoho ho"
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Edgar Everett Martin
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Edgar Everett Martin
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"The man who composed a popular song while..."
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Richard W. Thomas
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Walter Galli
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"Kidnaping's too risky, boss. We ought of -"
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Roy Crane
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Roy Crane
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Easy and the law pursue Big Sam to rescue Belfry, only for one of Sam's rival gangs to kidnap Belfry from him.

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"Bill Lee, G Man, exclaimed when he saw..."
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Dick Blair
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Milt Youngren
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Betsy Winship, Yeomanette!
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Edwin Alger
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Edwin Alger
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"Gee! It was swell! There was a man..."
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?
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?
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"If I turn Bankok in the smuggling charge will not..."
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Norman Marsh
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Norman Marsh
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"Sure, I went to Poodles Tootifruit's birthday party!"
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Clyde Lewis
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Clyde Lewis
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"This is th' finish! It is th' end!"
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V.T. Hamlin
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V.T. Hamlin
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