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Published November 1938 by David McKay
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Jimmy Hatlo
Joe Musial
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Published November 1938 by David McKay

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Jimmy Hatlo
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Joe Musial

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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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Feg Murray
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Sords
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Lyman Young
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Robert Ripley
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Doc Winner
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Paul Robinson
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Billy DeBeck
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Lyman Young
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Ad Carter
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A.D. Carter [as Ad Carter]
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A.D. Carter [as Ad Carter]
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A.D. Carter [as Ad Carter]
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A.D. Carter [as Ad Carter]
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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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Ed Anthony
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Ruth Carroll
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Gene Ahern
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Doc Winner
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Published November 1938 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Jimmy Olsen

Superman's Phony Manager
Jerry Siegel [as Jerome Siegel] (signed)
Joe Shuster (signed)
Leo E. O'Mealia (signed)
Superman [Clark Kent]; Jimmy Olsen (introduction, as an office boy); Nick Williams (villain, introduction); Lois Lane; George Taylor (unnamed)
"Superman's Phony Manager" Clark Kent is introduced to a fighter manager who claims to be Superman's personal manager. But when Lois discovers the existence of a phony Superman, who is tied to that manager, the real Superman must act quickly to save Lois' life.
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Published November 1938 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Jimmy Olsen

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Story Title
Superman's Phony Manager
Writer
Jerry Siegel [as Jerome Siegel] (signed)
Interior Art
Joe Shuster (signed)
Cover Art
Leo E. O'Mealia (signed)
Character Appearances
Superman [Clark Kent]; Jimmy Olsen (introduction, as an office boy); Nick Williams (villain, introduction); Lois Lane; George Taylor (unnamed)
Storyline
"Superman's Phony Manager" Clark Kent is introduced to a fighter manager who claims to be Superman's personal manager. But when Lois discovers the existence of a phony Superman, who is tied to that manager, the real Superman must act quickly to save Lois' life.

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?
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Homer Fleming [as H. Fleming] (signed)
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Hunting Trip
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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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none
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?
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Sven Elven (signed)
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Double Trouble [Part 1]
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Ken Fitch?
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Bernard Baily (signed)
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Gentleman Jack, the Bank Robber, Part 2
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?
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Will Ely (signed)
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The Emerald of Cheops
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Fred Guardineer
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Fred Guardineer (signed)
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Published November 1938 by DC
Fang Gow of China: Part 31
Leo O'Mealia
Leo O'Mealia
Creig Flessel
Barry O'Neill; Fang Gow (villain)
"Fang Gow of China: Part 31"
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Published November 1938 by DC

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Fang Gow of China: Part 31
Writer
Leo O'Mealia
Interior Art
Leo O'Mealia
Cover Art
Creig Flessel
Character Appearances
Barry O'Neill; Fang Gow (villain)
Storyline
"Fang Gow of China: Part 31"

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The River Pirates: Part 2
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Jim Chambers
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Jim Chambers
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On the Wrong Side of the Law: Part 1
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Jerry Siegel
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Joe Shuster
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The Plantation Uprising: Part 1
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Will Ely
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Will Ely
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The Lost Gold Mine: Part 4
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Stockton
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Stockton
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The Masked Man: Part 1
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Ed Winiarski
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Ed Winiarski
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The Thief: Part 4
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Stockton
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Stockton
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Romer
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Romer
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Russell Cole
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Russell Cole (Alger)
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Bob Kane
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Bob Kane
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The God of the Ruby Eye: Part 6
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Will Ely
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Will Ely
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Episode 27
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Tom Hickey
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Tom Hickey
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The Pirate Ship: Part 7
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Bob Kane
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Bob Kane
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El Diablo: Part 5
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Fred Guardineer
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Fred Guardineer
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Stockton
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Stockton
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Published November 1938 by Centaur
"An armed party under the direction of King Kurt..."
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Bill Everett (signed)
Bill Everett (signed)
Skyrocket Steele Dodge; Sari Marston; King Kurt; Invex, the Invisible Man (villain, introduction); Vance Roy (villain)
""An armed party under the direction of King Kurt..."" Steele and King Kurt arrived in the Guard Halls of Mannin, discovering utter destruction and an invisible man who over powers them both. Suddenly, a masked stranger appears, tells both of his captives that he has captured Sari, then fires a self-propelled bomb at the two.
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Published November 1938 by Centaur

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"An armed party under the direction of King Kurt..."
Writer
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Bill Everett (signed)
Cover Art
Bill Everett (signed)
Character Appearances
Skyrocket Steele Dodge; Sari Marston; King Kurt; Invex, the Invisible Man (villain, introduction); Vance Roy (villain)
Storyline
""An armed party under the direction of King Kurt..."" Steele and King Kurt arrived in the Guard Halls of Mannin, discovering utter destruction and an invisible man who over powers them both. Suddenly, a masked stranger appears, tells both of his captives that he has captured Sari, then fires a self-propelled bomb at the two.

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The Arrival of the Weekly Rocket-Ship Excursion on Mars
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A.S. Van Eerde (signed)
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A.S. Van Eerde (signed)
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"We find Dirk in his own private den in the castle..."
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Bill Everett ?
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Bill Everett (signed)
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Dirk and his friends steal his father's hydroplane and stumble across a handgun dated 1937. Even more mysterious is the fact that he and his friends discover an air-sealed tight room loaded with gold, guarded by an old prospector, who has been trapped in the room since the 1930's!

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Tracks in the Snow
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Howard L. Hastings ?
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Howard L. Hastings [as H. L. Hastings] (signed)
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Joe muses in his lonely, isolated cabin in the wintery wilderness over the fact that two motherless children have staked him to trap furs for the money and he has little to show for it.

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Fishermen's Luck
Script
Martin Filchock ?
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Martin Filchock [also as Filchock] (signed)
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Bob runs across a boat's Captain who has just sprained his ankle and helps him home, where he confides to Bob that some newspaper reporters have hired his boat to go fishing, and now he can't take them. Knowing the man needs the money desperately for he and his daughter, Bob agrees to take the men out to fish.

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Adventures of Newsreel Cameramen
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Frank Frollo ?
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Frank Frollo (signed)
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Tom and Bill's boss sends them out on a story aboard a ship to get some war films shot unaware that many of the crew members are planning a mutiny. After the mutiny and death of the Captain, the pair are set adrift and picked up by Chinese troops who take them where the war action is.

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The Lama of Kadak
Script
Victor J. Dowling ?
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Victor J. Dowling (signed)
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Joe has set up camp in Tibet while on his quest to find snow leopards, and makes his way with Maudie to the monestary Kadak, where Maudie playfully plays with the Lama's hat, and is nearly killed for it until a young child puts it on. Later, the duo get to see the ceremony during which the new Lama of Kadak will be chosen.

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Man-Hunt
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William E. Eisner (signed)
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William E. Eisner (signed)
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Old Rufe refuses to tell Breed the location of his land charter that lays in one of the richest gold fields in the world, and is shot. Rufe comes to Rufe's aid and the Sheriff and Deputy track Breed to Rufe's cabin in the gold fields.
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Published November 1938 by Dell
Norman Marsh
Norman Marsh
Win Smith?
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Published November 1938 by Dell

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Norman Marsh
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Norman Marsh
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Win Smith?

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Alden McWilliams
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Merrill Blosser
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Merrill Blosser
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Ray Thompson
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Charles Coll
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J. R. Williams
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J. R. Williams
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Killers of Crooked Butte (continued)
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Ken Ernst
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Ken Ernst
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Martha Orr
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Martha Orr
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Gladys Parker [as Sylvia]
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Gladys Parker [as Sylvia]
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Al Lewin
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Gene Ahern
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Roy Crane
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Roy Crane
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Frank V. Martinek
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Leon A. Beroth
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The Canyon of Lost Trails
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Al Lewin
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Al Lewin
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Edgar Everett Martin
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Edgar Everett Martin
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Sol Hess
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W. A. Carlson
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Against the Spy Ring
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?
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James Gary
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Virgina Krausmann
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Virginia Krausmann (signed)
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Published November 1938 by DC
The Glass of Poison
Gardner Fox
Fred Guardineer
Leo O'Mealia
Phillippa Rowen (introduction, death); Betty Palmer (introduction); Big Shot Bettini (villain); Speed Saunders
"The Glass of Poison"
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Published November 1938 by DC

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Story Title
The Glass of Poison
Writer
Gardner Fox
Interior Art
Fred Guardineer
Cover Art
Leo O'Mealia
Character Appearances
Phillippa Rowen (introduction, death); Betty Palmer (introduction); Big Shot Bettini (villain); Speed Saunders
Storyline
"The Glass of Poison"

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The Accident Racket
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Will Ely
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Will Ely
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Bullet Trap
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Homer Fleming
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Homer Fleming
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The Affair of Baron Von Muldorf
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Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Joe Shuster
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The Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu: Part 5
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Sax Rohmer
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Leo O'Mealia
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The Song of Death [Part 2]
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Gardner Fox ?
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Tom Hickey
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Mystery at the Mt. Pleasant Cemetary
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Jim Chambers ?
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Jim Chambers
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The Pigeon Smugglers
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Gardner Fox
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?
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Seth and the Slave Ring
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Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Joe Shuster
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"Home Teem"
Arthur Poinier
Arthur Poinier
Victor E. Pazmiño
Jitter
""Home Teem""
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"Home Teem"
Writer
Arthur Poinier
Interior Art
Arthur Poinier
Cover Art
Victor E. Pazmiño
Character Appearances
Jitter
Storyline
""Home Teem""

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"Uncle Elby tugs on Napoleon"
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Clifford McBride
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Clifford McBride
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"The next part of Spunky Dory's life story is about to begin, folks!"
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M.E. Brady [as MEB]
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M.E. Brady [as MEB]
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"Weel you help us."
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Fred Locher (signed)
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Fred Locher (signed)
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Homer is searching for buried treasure- but only under duress.

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"I wanna go in th' auto!"
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S. M. Iger [as Bob Bliss]
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S. M. Iger [as Bob Bliss]
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"I didn't put a knife and fork at Uncle Earl's place..."
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Fred Neher
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Fred Neher
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"You like quail on toast, don't you, Ted!"
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Frank Godwin
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Frank Godwin
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"Connie, I've decided to buy a new car."
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Frank Godwin
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Frank Godwin
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"I think I see somebody tryin' to find us."
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?
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Fred Belk (signed)
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"This envelope has money it!"
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Roy Williams
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Roy Williams
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Mrs. Bunting gets a job on a showbozt.

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"Napoleon! I want you to remember you're a pirate!"
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Clifford McBride
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Clifford McBride
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"The jam was right there just a moment ago."
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S. L. Huntley
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Art Huhta
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"The Mysterious Peak!"
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Stookie Allen
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Stookie Allen
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Biography of 19th century photographer W.H. Jackson.

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"Oh, what an awful dream!"
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?
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A.E. Hayward
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"Smithers lands in jail."
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?
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A.E. Hayward
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"Hello, Randolph!"
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Noel Sickles
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Noel Sickles
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The adventure over, Scorchy takes his reward money and goes to buy his own plane.

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"There's the letter to Olly!"
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Julian Ollendorf ?
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Julian Ollendorf
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Two schemers try to convince Olly they've kidnapped Buddy.

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"Chief Wahoo and Pigtails are getting the low-down on high society."
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Allen Saunders
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Elmer Woggon
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"Quick! Dive!"
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?
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Victor Pazmiño [as VEP]
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"Put down that plank!"
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William McCleery ?
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Ralph Fuller
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Sergei Shadows makes his living hauting castles. Then Oaky is summoned back to Maple Island to fight a giant.

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"Here comes that little pup who thinks he's so hard-boiled!"
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M.E. Brady [as MEB]
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M.E. Brady [as MEB]
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Cat O' 9 Lives
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M.E. Brady [as MEB]
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M.E. Brady [as MEB]
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"Come on Napoleon, go through your tricks to earn your dinner."
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Clifford McBride
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Clifford McBride
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"You say you didn't have lunch yet, Gink?"
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M.E. Brady [as MEB]
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M.E. Brady [as MEB]
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"Cat moves brood of kittens to tree-top."
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M.E. Brady [as MEB]
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M.E. Brady [as MEB]
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"That looks like our candidate's dog across the street!"
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Clifford McBride
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Clifford McBride
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"The sturdy Dutch burghers of Nieuw Amsterdam played Kolf!"
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J. Carroll Mansfield
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J. Carroll Mansfield
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"Guatemala--a Republic of Central America."
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J. Carroll Mansfield
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J. Carroll Mansfield
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Information on Guatemala.

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Theodora--Her Girlhood
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J. Carroll Mansfield
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J. Carroll Mansfield
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"Something must have happened to Phil!"
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Mel Graff (signed)
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Mel Graff (signed)
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"Dickie and Wags are alone."
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?
Pencils
Coulton Waugh
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Dan and Dickie sail back to America and are sent by Dickie's father out to New Mexico to track down a new mystery.

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"Teepees all heap small out here in Greenwich Village!"
Script
Allen Saunders
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Elmer Woggon
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"Slurp, slurp."
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Arthur Poinier
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Arthur Poinier
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"After the Topeka Post Office gun battle."
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Rex Collier
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Jimmy Thompson ?
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"He's got the measles and I'm taking no chances of getting it."
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Fred Neher
Pencils
Fred Neher
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"A special in umbrellas today, sir!"
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F. O. Alexander
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F. O. Alexander
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"We're aground!"
Script
F. O. Alexander
Pencils
F. O. Alexander
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Marooned on an island with crocodiles.

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"Ah, Lolita, my leetle one, another day--another peso!"
Script
Dick Calkins
Pencils
Russell Keaton (signed)
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Bull and Hurrican chase the kidnapper, Silky Sims, while Jerry and Gilly talk about airplanes.

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"Closing time!"
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?
Pencils
Hugh Joseph Deeney [as Joe Bowers]
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A woman breaks a 5,000 year old vase at a museum and tells the guard "you're lucky it wuzn't bran' new."

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"That old rotted hull back of the shop."
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Paul Powell
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Kemp Starrett ?
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"Danger Rattlesnake"
Script
Arthur Poinier
Pencils
Arthur Poinier
Story Line
Two gag strips (newspaper reprints): Jitter sees a rattlesnake in the zoo and is later spooked by toothpaste coming out of a tube as a child plays with a rattle. Jitter has the family dog lick the dinner dishes clean.

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Philip Francis Nowlan
Pencils
Rick Yager [as Dick Calkins] (signed)
Story Line
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Published [November] 1938 by David McKay
Lee Falk
Phil Davis
Phil Davis
Mandrake; Lothar
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Published [November] 1938 by David McKay

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Writer
Lee Falk
Interior Art
Phil Davis
Cover Art
Phil Davis
Character Appearances
Mandrake; Lothar
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"Hullo Missus Shebby-"
Ham Fisher
Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
Ed Cronin
""Hullo Missus Shebby-""
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Story Title
"Hullo Missus Shebby-"
Writer
Ham Fisher
Interior Art
Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
Cover Art
Ed Cronin
Storyline
""Hullo Missus Shebby-""

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"Jane you sure are a big help in running these racketeers down!"
Script
Monte Barrett
Pencils
Russell E. Ross
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Episode 14
Script
Ed Wheelan
Pencils
Ed Wheelan
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The Bert Ball Encounter: Part 2
Script
George Brenner [as Scott Sheridan]
Pencils
George Brenner
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Sir Borat's Plan: Part 2
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Vernon Henkel
Pencils
Vernon Henkel
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The Duke decrees that Borat and Neville must settle their differences in single combat.

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Gil O'Teen Makes War
Script
Will Eisner [as Bud Thomas]
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Will Eisner [as Bud Thomas]
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The Old Psychologist
Script
H. J. Tuthill
Pencils
H. J. Tuthill
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The Murder of Mayor Willis
Script
George E. Brenner (signed)
Pencils
George E. Brenner (signed)
Story Line
The Clock's secret identity, as a playboy and ace criminologist, is revealed in this story, and he establishes a relationship with Captain Kane, who speaks to the Clock through a screened door that masked O'Brien's face.

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"Gosh Uncle Phil- Aren't you too old to run in this marathon race?
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Lank Leonard
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Lank Leonard
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Treachery On the Transatlantic Flight
Script
Will Eisner [as Will Erwin]
Pencils
Will Eisner [as Will Erwin]
Story Line
Foreign companies want to sabotage a new transatlantic airline. It is X's job to stop them.

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"C'mon- Fork over!"
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George Marcoux
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George Marcoux
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Al Zere
Pencils
Al Zere
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"You got a bargain in that hat, Mickey!"
Script
J. P. McEvoy
Pencils
J. H. Striebel
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The Terror
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Art Pinajian
Pencils
Art Pinajian
Story Line

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"Hurry up! Get into what folks down your way call your Sunday shirt!"
Script
Bob Zuppke (signed)
Pencils
B. W. Depew (signed)
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Episode 14
Script
John Welch
Pencils
John Welch
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"Aw Sis-- I'd rather go to the race track!"
Script
Rube Goldberg
Pencils
Rube Goldberg
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Script
Monte Barrett
Pencils
Russell E. Ross
Story Line
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Published November 1938 by Centaur
?
Paul Gustavson
? (signed) [as API]
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Published November 1938 by Centaur

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?
Interior Art
Paul Gustavson
Cover Art
? (signed) [as API]

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"Oh yes, Spots is a good hunting dog..."
Script
Paul Gustavson (signed)
Pencils
Paul Gustavson (signed)
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"I'se gonna write poetry, Sambo!"
Script
?
Pencils
Jack Cole
Story Line

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"What a day! What a day for fishin'!"
Script
Art Pinajian (signed)
Pencils
Art Pinajian (signed)
Story Line

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"I guess I'll get cooled off"
Script
Paul Gustavson (signed) [as P. Gustavson]
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Paul Gustavson (signed) [as P. Gustavson]
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"I gotta find some way to invest the few dollars I have"
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Jack Cole
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Jack Cole (signed)
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Always in a Sweat
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Paul Gustavson (signed) [as P. Gustavson]
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Paul Gustavson (signed) [as P. Gustavson]
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"We must keep going!"
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Dick Ryan (signed)
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Dick Ryan (signed)
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"Ferdie got a licking!"
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Jay Fee Nee (signed)
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Jay Fee Nee (signed)
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"The good looking fellow is me!"
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?
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Bob Wood (signed)
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"Hi, Sue. Are you alone?"
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Claire S. Moe (credited)
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Claire S. Moe (credited)
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"What's the charge, officer?"
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?
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Bob Wood (signed)
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"If he doesn't stop travelin' soon..."
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?
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?
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"In Dutch Kelly's night club..."
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Paul Gustavson (signed) [as P. Gustavson]
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Paul Gustavson (signed) [as P. Gustavson]
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The Arrow rescues the kidnapped grown children of a millionaire from a gang of gamblers who are using their debts to force them to commit crimes.

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"Maybe I shouldn't 'ave taken this job after all!"
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?
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?
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"-and in conclusion let me say that I stand on my record."
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Jack Cole [as Sassafrass]
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Jack Cole [as Sassafrass]
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"Looks like we're in for a gale, sir!"
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?
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?
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Published November 1938 by Centaur
The Big Race
Will Harr (credited)
Maurice Kashuba (credited) (signed)
Charles Biro
"The Big Race"
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The Big Race
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Will Harr (credited)
Interior Art
Maurice Kashuba (credited) (signed)
Cover Art
Charles Biro
Storyline
"The Big Race"

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"Maybe I shoulda been to the judge after all!"
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?
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Fred Schwab
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Football Odds and Ends
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Charles P. Nilan ?
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Charles P. Nilan
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"To the lonely Rocky Mountain cabin..."
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?
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Jack Binder ?
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"I'm tired of sittin' here!"
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?
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Harry Lewis (signed)
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Sweet Revenge
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?
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Dick Ryan (signed)
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"It's a shame---there's not a drop of cold water..."
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?
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Dick Ryan (signed)
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"In Slumberland the swimming pool is quite a place to see---"
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Winsor McCay Jr
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Winsor McCay Jr
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"Well, Baldy, tonight I go to propose..."
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?
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Laurence Spivak
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"P-s-s-t! Wot's your racket? Chum"
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?
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Martin Filchock [as Filchock] (signed)
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"I wish you'd come right over..."
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?
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Paul Gustavson (signed)
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"Hey, conductor! Come here, will ya!"
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Fred Schwab ?
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Fred Schwab ?
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"Jack is brought to the arena..."
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?
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Frank Frollo
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"Thanx, Annie!"
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?
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?
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All In Fun
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?
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Fred Schwab
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"Peter, before continuing his long journey to the moon..."
Bob Kane (signed)
Bob Kane (signed)
Will Eisner
Peter Pupp; Buddah the Genie; Tiny Mite
""Peter, before continuing his long journey to the moon..."" Trip to the Moon, Part 3. Peter buys a secret formula to grow hair from a barber on another planet.
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"Peter, before continuing his long journey to the moon..."
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Bob Kane (signed)
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Bob Kane (signed)
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Will Eisner
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Peter Pupp; Buddah the Genie; Tiny Mite
Storyline
""Peter, before continuing his long journey to the moon..."" Trip to the Moon, Part 3. Peter buys a secret formula to grow hair from a barber on another planet.

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"S'long, Bobby. See ya again..."
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S. M. Iger (signed)
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S. M. Iger (signed)
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Bobby In Hollywood: Part 3

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"After the garrison was taken by The Hawk's..."
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Will EIsner [as Willis B. Rensie]
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Will Eisner
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? [as Tom Swift]
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Will Eisner [as Erwin]
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The Flying Auto
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Les Marshall
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Les Marshall
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"Uncle Otto, meet Greta Glammer, your new leading..."
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Will Eisner
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Will Eisner [as Carl Heck]
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"'Lucky' Lucifer has miraculously escaped death with the..."
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?
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? [as Dennis Colebrook] (signed)
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The Man Who Lived Twice: Part 3

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"Pee Wee, will you go in the next room..."
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S. M. Iger (signed)
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S. M. Iger (signed)
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"Dull party, isn't it?" "Why-er, yes!"
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Bernard Baily?
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Bernard Baily (signed)
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"On his way to the High Court to free his..."
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?
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Dick Briefer (signed)
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Part three.

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"Sheena has sent Bob to investigate the safari..."
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? [as W. Morgan Thomas]
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Mort Meskin (signed)
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Mr. Doodle Kicks Off
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?
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?
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The Law of the Bat (Part 1)
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S. M. Iger? [as George Thatcher]
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Will Eisner? [as George Thatcher]
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"A scream of horror echoes through the rotting..."
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?
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Jack Kirby [as Curt Davis] (signed)
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Hayward reverses Kromo's mind transfer.

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"Well, my dear father, I have decided to blame..."
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?
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Lou Fine [as Jack Cortez]
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"Lack-a-day--- Jumbo ol' pal, I sure am a..."
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?
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?
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Ch. 9: Prelude To An Attack; Ch. 10: A Timely Warning; Ch. 11: Indian Treachery
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Don De Conn [as Don]
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Don De Conn [as Don]
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"ZX-5, disguised as a crippled student, makes his..."
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Will Eisner ? [as Major Thorpe]
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Will Eisner ? [as Major Thorpe]
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ZX-5 tries to sneak into the enemy barracks but he is identified. He escapes by hijacking a plane, but the pilot ejects him by doing an immelman and tossing ZX-5 out of the open cockpit.

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"I wouldn't act so hasty, young fellow."
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? [as Fred Sande] (signed)
Pencils
Jack Kirby
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"Ann Sothern is an expert lacrosse player."
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Toni Blum [as Toni Rossett] (signed)
Pencils
Bernard Baily ?
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Published November 1938 by DC
Neglecting to Salute
?
Tom Hickey
Creig Flessel
Wing Brady; Van Blarcom; Rene LeMaire
"Neglecting to Salute" Brady spends days baiting Van Blarcom trying to make him crack.
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Neglecting to Salute
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?
Interior Art
Tom Hickey
Cover Art
Creig Flessel
Character Appearances
Wing Brady; Van Blarcom; Rene LeMaire
Storyline
"Neglecting to Salute" Brady spends days baiting Van Blarcom trying to make him crack.

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King Phillip II and William of Orange
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?
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Homer Fleming
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"Calling Car K-- Street fight at 278 Scovill Ave."
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Jerry Siegel (signed)
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Joe Shuster (signed)
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Boat Chase
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Will Ely (signed)
Pencils
Will Ely (signed)
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Johnnie pursues the Tigers Claw gang.

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"No Fishing In Lake"
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Bob Kane
Pencils
Bob Kane (signed)
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"The Dictator was murdered!!"
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?
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Ed Winiarski [as Win]
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Just as Red arrives in Boronia, the visiting dictator of Blubia is murdered.

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"Daneo, suspecting something wrong, climbs aboard ship just in time to see Captain Klaugh rush at Dennis.."
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Bernard Baily (signed)
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Bernard Baily (signed)
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Dennis confronts the governor.

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Mystery of the Hunting Lodge
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Joe Donohoe (signed)
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Joe Donohoe (signed)
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"SOS SOS USS Georgianna on fire-- Hurry can't hold out much longer"
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Bob Hirsch (signed)
Pencils
Rusty Lehman (signed)
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San Columbo
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Bob Jenney (signed)
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Bob Jenney (signed)
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San Colombo recruits Hawkes to command its air force.

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The Night Raiders
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Jim Chambers (signed)
Pencils
Jim Chambers (signed)
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Marge and Sally are highly suspicious of Uncle Grant's motives. He seems more interested in the map than in them.

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Foiling the Air Pirates
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Terry Gilkison (signed)
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Terry Gilkison (signed)
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"Hurry Junior or you'll be late for school"
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Stan Aschmeir
Pencils
Stan Aschmeir
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Published November 1938 by Centaur
?
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Maurice Filchock
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?
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Maurice Filchock

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?
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?
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?
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?
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?
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?
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?
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?
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?
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?
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?
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?
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?
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?
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?
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?
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?
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?
Story Line
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Published November 1938 by Dell
Johnny Mintworth
Chester Gould
Chester Gould
?
Dick Tracy; Johnny Mintworth; Danny Supeena (villain); Junior Tracy
"Johnny Mintworth"
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Johnny Mintworth
Writer
Chester Gould
Interior Art
Chester Gould
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
Dick Tracy; Johnny Mintworth; Danny Supeena (villain); Junior Tracy
Storyline
"Johnny Mintworth"

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"Dixie you must try to reach..."
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Zack Mosley
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Zack Mosley
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"The city gang under the leadership..."
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Loy Byrnes
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Loy Byrnes
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"Come on, Fanny-Mr. De Tubb wants..."
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Martin Branner
Pencils
Martin Branner
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"How about a swim in the office pool?"
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Walter Berndt
Pencils
Walter Berndt
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"Now be brave, my boy!"
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Basil Reynolds
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Basil Reynolds
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"But the noise of the mighty engines..."
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?
Pencils
?
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"A swim would go good."
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Al Posen
Pencils
Al Posen
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"Hot Dog! We caught him!"
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman
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"Yippee! Is ol' bulgy pyzon packed..."
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Milton Caniff
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Milton Caniff
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"Well Lord Plushbottom needn't think..."
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Frank Willard
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Frank Wiliard
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"So you're the one..."
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Walter Berndt
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Walter Berndt
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"Barrymore profile-fooey!"
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Carl Ed
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Carl Ed
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"Make 'em come nine-tenths of the..."
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Frank King
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Frank King
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"Sure is messy..."
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Martin Branner
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Martin Branner
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"Detective Steel and his young cousin..."
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?
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?
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"Tilda removed her shoes when she.."
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Gus Edson
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Gus Edson
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"Oh Tim, do be careful."
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Stanley Link
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Stanley Link
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"It came around so natural..."
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Harold Gray
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Harold Gray
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"I fix windows."
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman
Story Line
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