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Published May 1938 by Dell
"But I tell you, Tracy - there's nobody there. The janitor told me..."
Chester Gould
Chester Gould
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""But I tell you, Tracy - there's nobody there. The janitor told me...""
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Published May 1938 by Dell

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"But I tell you, Tracy - there's nobody there. The janitor told me..."
Writer
Chester Gould
Interior Art
Chester Gould
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?
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""But I tell you, Tracy - there's nobody there. The janitor told me...""

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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman
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Harold Gray
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Harold Gray
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Walter Berndt
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Walter Berndt
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Stanley Link
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Stanley Link
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"The U.S. High Commissioner has assigned 'Mess-Kit' Mike Monahan to assist Pat in his job of..."
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Milton Caniff
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Milton Caniff
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Gus Edson
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Gus Edson
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman
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George Merkle
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Al Posen
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Al Posen
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Frank King
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Frank King
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Gus Jud
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Gus Jud
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Ed Leffingwell
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Ed Leffingwell
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George Merkle
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Frank Willard
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Frank Willard
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Carl Ed
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Carl Ed
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George Merkle ? [as Dan Mer]
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Martin Branner
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Martin Branner
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Lou Byrnes
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Lou Byrnes
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Pikadilly Jim Jr ?
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Pikadilly Jim Jr ?
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Zack Mosley
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Zack Mosley
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Published June 1938 by Dell
"Yes ladies when you left, I was securely bound on that cot."
Chester Gould
Chester Gould
Bill Holman ?
Dick Tracy; Johnny Mintworth
""Yes ladies when you left, I was securely bound on that cot.""
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Published June 1938 by Dell

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"Yes ladies when you left, I was securely bound on that cot."
Writer
Chester Gould
Interior Art
Chester Gould
Cover Art
Bill Holman ?
Character Appearances
Dick Tracy; Johnny Mintworth
Storyline
""Yes ladies when you left, I was securely bound on that cot.""

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"Smokey! It's ten o'clock- Time to get up!"
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman
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"While Daddy Warbucks lolls carelessly in the fancied security of his riverside retreat--"
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Harold Gray
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Harold Gray
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"Undefeated?"
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Walter Berndt
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Walter Berndt
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"Follow me Men! He's fast asleep!"
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Stanley Link
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Stanley Link
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"Papa Pyzon"
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Milton Caniff
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Milton Caniff
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"It's a swell day for a spin around the lake in Chester's outboard"
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Gus Edson
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Gus Edson
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William Ward
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William Ward
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"Now was that nice, Geraldine!"
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Frank King
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Frank King
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"My dear old Granddad's alarm clock"
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Basil Reynolds
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Basil Reynolds
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It's Don Jose's men all right-"
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Ed Leffingwell
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Ed Leffingwell
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Gus Jud
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Gus Jud
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"Fifteen dollars or fifteen days- Next case"
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Frank Willard
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Frank Willard
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"Pop! Oh Poppa Jenks! I-I-I feel sorta faint!"
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Carl Ed
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Carl Ed
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Gus Jud
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Gus Jud
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?
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George Merkle
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"Just imagine- a real fur coat for only $75- I ever had a real fur!"
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E. Lambert
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E. Lambert
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"Gee this is a swell place up here in Pine Lake"
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Martin Branner
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Martin Branner
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"Whitey do me a favor and take this to the printers"
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Lou Byrnes
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Lou Byrnes
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"A farthing and three buttons!"
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Basil Reynolds
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Basil Reynolds
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"Kin I go too, Jack?"
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Zack Mosley
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Zack Mosley
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Published July 1938 by Dell
"Hello! The Mintworth residence? Let me speak to Johnny."
Chester Gould
Chester Gould
?
Dick Tracy; Collie Vinso (villain); Johnny Mintworth; Pat Patton; Marge Denton; Carr (villain)
""Hello! The Mintworth residence? Let me speak to Johnny.""
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Published July 1938 by Dell

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Story Title
"Hello! The Mintworth residence? Let me speak to Johnny."
Writer
Chester Gould
Interior Art
Chester Gould
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
Dick Tracy; Collie Vinso (villain); Johnny Mintworth; Pat Patton; Marge Denton; Carr (villain)
Storyline
""Hello! The Mintworth residence? Let me speak to Johnny.""

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Zack Mosley
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Zack Mosley (signed)
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?
Pencils
?
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Loy Byrnes
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Loy Byrnes (signed)
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Martin Branner
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Martin Branner
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?
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?
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Carl Ed
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Carl Ed
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Frank Willard
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Frank Willard
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Ed Leffingwell
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Ed Leffingwell (signed)
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Frank King
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Frank King
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?
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?
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman (signed)
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Gus Edson
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Gus Edson (signed)
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"Papa Pyzon forces Pat Ryan to fight two of the huskiest bandits as a..."
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Milt Caniff
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Milt Caniff (signed)
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Stanley Link
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Stanley Link (signed)
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Walter Berndt
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Walter Berndt (signed)
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Harold Gray
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Harold Gray
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman (signed)
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Published August 1938 by Dell
"These are the tape-wrapped guns your underworld friend and you smuggled into the women's prison coal car."
Chester Gould
Chester Gould
?
Dick Tracy; Pat Patton; Johnny Mintworth; Danny Supeena (villain)
""These are the tape-wrapped guns your underworld friend and you smuggled into the women's prison coal car.""
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Published August 1938 by Dell

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"These are the tape-wrapped guns your underworld friend and you smuggled into the women's prison coal car."
Writer
Chester Gould
Interior Art
Chester Gould
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
Dick Tracy; Pat Patton; Johnny Mintworth; Danny Supeena (villain)
Storyline
""These are the tape-wrapped guns your underworld friend and you smuggled into the women's prison coal car.""

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"Got a long ride ahead o' me, but I'll be back 'fore dinner, Joe-"
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Ed Leffingwell
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Ed Leffingwell
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"Smokey, the boys have got to put more speed in their work!"
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman
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"But will you too have to go away, Mr. Am?"
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Harold Gray
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Harold Gray
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"Zola has vanished! John Drake and the Dutch seamen are hiding in the statue of Peter Hawkins
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William Ward
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William Ward
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"Into Old Mrs. Rock's garden!"
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Frank King
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Frank King
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"After flying over hill and dale in their little plane."
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Stanley Link
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Stanley Link
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"For the love o Mike! Do you see what I see?"
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Milton Caniff
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Milton Caniff
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The Dragon Lady lures Pyzon's men away with the promise of women.

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"Something has to be done about that chimney-"
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Gus Edson
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Gus Edson
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"Jack's got a lot of nerve to smile after throwing that Trans-Continental Race!"
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Zack Mosley
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Zack Mosley
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"Sold! Wrap 'em up!"
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman
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"Wait till I show you the pool we have in our office building!"
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Walter Berndt
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Walter Berndt
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"Look at this- Another letter from The Terror!"
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Lou Byrnes
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Lou Byrnes
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"Hadda tear over t'tell yah a sacred secrut!"
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Carl Ed
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Carl Ed
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Reg Perott
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Reg Perott
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"There's a lady downstairs. She seen your room for rent sign.."
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Frank Willard
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Frank Willard
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"It's a good thing I brought this old umbrella along."
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Al Posen
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Al Posen
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"Joyce, see if one of those alarm clocks will tempt him!"
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Jock McCail
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Jock McCail
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"Just think Rufus-- Dixie Lee is comin' to visit Grandma Rupe tomorrow"
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Zack Mosley
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Zack Mosley
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"H'm! Well I guess I've covered myself up to date now!"
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Martin Branner
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Martin Branner
Story Line
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Published September 1938 by Dell
"Jockeying their victim into position at the big table, Supeena seizes..."
Chester Gould
Chester Gould
Bill Holman
Dick Tracy; Johnny Mintworth; Danny Supeena (villain)
""Jockeying their victim into position at the big table, Supeena seizes...""
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Published September 1938 by Dell

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

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"Look! Here comes the airy-linermaybe she's on hit an' wuz only a-foolin' yuh...."
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Zack Mosley
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Zack Mosley
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"We'll pin th' stealin' of our cattle on Don Jose yet!"
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Ed Leffingwell
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Ed Leffingwell
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"Be a man! Develop your body!"
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman
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"The sensational disappearance of Old Am has caused quite a bit of gossip.."
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Harold Gray
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Harold Gray
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"Oh Skeezix, you're going past the mail box. Would you drop this in?"
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Frank King
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Frank King
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"Followed by the weird cries of the old witch doctor, the adventurers face the perils of the great desert."
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Jock McCail
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Jock McCail
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"Try as I will- I can't crack open this peanut-"
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Stanley Link
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Stanley Link
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"The Dragon Lady has just heard the rumor that a handsome American husband is to be..."
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Milton Caniff
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Milton Caniff
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"Hm-Chester forgot to put his skates away."
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Gus Edson
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Gus Edson
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"Yeabo!! Swell packing!!!"
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Walter Berndt
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Walter Berndt
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"Did you, et, send for me, Sheriff?"
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Lou Byrnes
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Lou Byrnes
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"I didn't know Grandpa was a boxing enthusiast!"
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Carl Ed
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Carl Ed
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"John and his comrades heard Izzog's reply with some concern."
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William Ward
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William Ward
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"Make a record of your voice"
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman
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"And listen Grozbaum--we've got Miss Irene Dare. It'll cost you just one hundred thousand dollars to get her back."
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Reg Perott
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Reg Perott
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"Out running around night clubs with your fiancee-"
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Frank Willard
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Frank Willard
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"Hey-Cut that out son"
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Al Posen
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Al Posen
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"Gosh, Grover Gribble may have been sickly but he was just a cheap crook."
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Martin Branner
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Martin Branner
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"But it's torture I tell you. I had no idea what your game was. You tricked me Supeena."
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Chester Gould
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Chester Gould
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"Oh Skippah...This storm is gettin' awful!"
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Zack Mosley
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Zack Mosley
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Data courtesy of the Grand Comics Database under Creative Commons license.
Published October 1938 by Dell
"Hello - Chief of Police Brandon? This is Milo Jones..."
Chester Gould
Chester Gould
Bill Holman
Dick Tracy; Johnny Mintworth; Danny Supoena (villain); Chief Brandon; Pat Patton
""Hello - Chief of Police Brandon? This is Milo Jones...""
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Published October 1938 by Dell

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Story Title
"Hello - Chief of Police Brandon? This is Milo Jones..."
Writer
Chester Gould
Interior Art
Chester Gould
Cover Art
Bill Holman
Character Appearances
Dick Tracy; Johnny Mintworth; Danny Supoena (villain); Chief Brandon; Pat Patton
Storyline
""Hello - Chief of Police Brandon? This is Milo Jones...""

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Script
Zack Mosley
Pencils
Zack Mosley (signed)
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Martin Branner
Pencils
Martin Branner
Story Line

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Al Posen
Pencils
Al Posen (signed)
Story Line

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Frank Willard
Pencils
Frank Willard
Story Line

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Loy Byrnes
Pencils
Loy Byrnes (signed)
Story Line

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?
Pencils
?
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Carl Ed
Pencils
Carl Ed
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Walter Berndt
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Walter Berndt
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman (signed)
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Gus Edson
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Gus Edson
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?
Pencils
?
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Stanley Link
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Stanley Link (signed)
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"Pyzon has imported a Christian missionary to make the lottery wedding valid."
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Milt Caniff
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Milt Caniff (signed)
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?
Pencils
?
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Frank King
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Frank King (signed)
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?
Pencils
?
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Harold Gray
Pencils
Harold Gray
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman (signed)
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Ed Leffingwell
Pencils
Ed Leffingwell
Story Line
Data courtesy of the Grand Comics Database under Creative Commons license.
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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Published November 1938 by Dell

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Story Title
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
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Martin Branner
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"How about a swim in the office pool?"
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Walter Berndt
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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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?
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?
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"A swim would go good."
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Al Posen
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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
Pencils
Bill Holman
Story Line
Data courtesy of the Grand Comics Database under Creative Commons license.
Published December 1938 by Dell
"Jack, how are we gonna rescue Dixie an' skip?"
?
Zack Mosley
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""Jack, how are we gonna rescue Dixie an' skip?""
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Published December 1938 by Dell

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"Jack, how are we gonna rescue Dixie an' skip?"
Writer
?
Interior Art
Zack Mosley
Cover Art
?
Storyline
""Jack, how are we gonna rescue Dixie an' skip?""

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?
Pencils
?
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?
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Harold Gray
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?
Pencils
?
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?
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Martin Branner (signed)
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?
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Alec Smart
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?
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Al Posen (signed)
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?
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Frank Willard
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Bill Holman (signed)
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?
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Carl Ed
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?
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?
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Loy Byrnes (signed)
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?
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?
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Ed Wing (signed)
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?
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Walter Berndt
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?
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Gus Edson (signed)
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?
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?
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?
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Stanley Link (signed)
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?
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Alec
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?
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Frank King (signed)
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"High time! Have a boy bring our bags and tell my wife the..."
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?
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Milt Caniff (signed)
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?
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Bill Holman (signed)
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Story Title
"Does Junior Tracy recognize the man he is talking to?"
Script
?
Pencils
Chester Gould
Story Line
Data courtesy of the Grand Comics Database under Creative Commons license.
Published January 1939 by Dell
"Tracy! Tracy! There's just been a turn in the Mintworth case that'll knock the...
Chester Gould
Chester Gould
?
Dick Tracy; Pat Patton; Danny Supeena; Johnny Mintworth
""Tracy! Tracy! There's just been a turn in the Mintworth case that'll knock the..."
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Published January 1939 by Dell

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Story Title
"Tracy! Tracy! There's just been a turn in the Mintworth case that'll knock the...
Writer
Chester Gould
Interior Art
Chester Gould
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
Dick Tracy; Pat Patton; Danny Supeena; Johnny Mintworth
Storyline
""Tracy! Tracy! There's just been a turn in the Mintworth case that'll knock the..."

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Story Title
"Snap out of hit, Jack! I know Dixie likes you better than she does Skipper!"
Script
Zack Mosley
Pencils
Zack Mosley (signed)
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"See that door over there? Well I saw him go in there yesterday with a big sack over his shoulder"
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Stanley Link
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Stanley Link (signed)
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"Nice office you've got here"
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Walter Berndt
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Walter Berndt (signed)
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"Well Timber ol' boy, How did you get here?"
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Loy Byrnes
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Loy Byrnes (signed)
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"Listen, Mutt, I'll give you another chance to proved that you're a hunting dog"
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Oskar LeBeck [as Ed Wing]
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Oskar LeBeck [as Ed Wing]
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"Paper! Paper!"
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Oskar LeBeck [as Alec Smart]
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Oskar LeBeck [as Alec Smart]
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"One sizzlin Puppy!"
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Carl Ed
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Carl Ed (signed)
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Gus Edson
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Gus Edson
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"For heaven's sake! Now what are you grumbling about?"
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Martin Branner
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Martin Branner (signed)
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"I wish there's be a mystery to solve"
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Oskar Lebeck ?
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Oskar Lebeck ?
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"Personally, I don't blame Pinkey for leaving' after you fired her, Lady Plushbottom"
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Frank Willard
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"Jimmy Spitzer says his Dad can play better than you"
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Al Posen
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Al Posen (signed)
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"You mean you'd fire me with ten patients in the company hospital?"
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Milt Caniff
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The men revolt when Sandhurst fires the Doctor.

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"They're cute but you can't depend on 'em"
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Frank King
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Frank King (signed)
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"Despite the warning of the medicine man, Manuk has gone seal hunting"
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Oskar Lebeck ?
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"That's her all right-- get rollin'"
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Harold Gray
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Harold Gray
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"Wow! Pay Day again-"
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman (signed)
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"Maybe he's not deaf, Utah-"
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Ed Leffingwell
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Ed Leffingwell
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Published March 1939 by Dell
Johnny Mintworth
Chester Gould
Chester Gould
?
Dick Tracy; Johnny Mintworth; Danny Supeena (villain); Pat Patton
"Johnny Mintworth"
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Johnny Mintworth
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Chester Gould
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Chester Gould
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?
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Dick Tracy; Johnny Mintworth; Danny Supeena (villain); Pat Patton
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"Johnny Mintworth"

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Ed Leffingwell
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Ed Leffingwell
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman
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Harold Gray
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Harold Gray
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?
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?
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Frank King
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Frank King
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Dick Tracy and Young Jim's Legacy
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?
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?
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Milton Caniff
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Milton Caniff
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Alec Smart
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Alec Smart
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Al Posen
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Al Posen
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Frank Willard
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Frank Willard
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?
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?
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Martin Branner
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Martin Branner
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman
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Gus Edson
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Gus Edson
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Carl Ed
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Carl Ed
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman
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Alec Smart
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Alec Smart
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?
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?
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?
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?
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Lou Byrnes
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Lou Byrnes
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Walter Berndt
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Walter Berndt
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Stanley Link
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Stanley Link
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Zack Mosley
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Zack Mosley
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Published April 1939 by Dell
"Gee, Trixie - you did swell!"
Frank King
Frank King
Bill Holman (signed)
Skeezix; Trixie; Walt; Avery; Jessica
""Gee, Trixie - you did swell!""
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"Gee, Trixie - you did swell!"
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Frank King
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Frank King
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Bill Holman (signed)
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Skeezix; Trixie; Walt; Avery; Jessica
Storyline
""Gee, Trixie - you did swell!""

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"Will you snap out of it, Normandie?"
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Milton Caniff
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Milton Caniff
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"No -- eet eez a door -- but zat's close enough..."
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Zack Mosley
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Zack Mosley
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"Yes Sis - I guess you're right - We'll just have to make the best of it..."
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Stanley Link
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Stanley Link
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"Whitey! Just in time to go for a walk"
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Loy Byrnes
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Loy Byrnes
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"Arf! Arf!"
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman
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"Don't stand there like a dope..."
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Carl Ed
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Carl Ed
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"Goodness, Mrs. Sweeney!"
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Al Posen
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Al Posen
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"We're safe!"
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Walter Berndt
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Walter Berndt
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"Boy - what a swell day for hunting - we're really getting out in the wilderness!"
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman
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"One more button on his coat and I'm finished"
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Gus Edson
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Gus Edson
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"Oh, how lonely I am when you are away."
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Martin Branner
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Martin Branner
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"They say his reward was all in pork chops!"
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"I don't know if it's th' strain of tryin to run your night club yourself after you canned me or if your conscience is botherin' you.."
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Frank Willard
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Frank Willard
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"What's the idea of flying that plane in the house?"
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Al Posen
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Al Posen
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"Listen, boys! I found a trap with cheese in it."
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Ole
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Ole
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"I have no hunter's magic charm!"
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Oskar Lebeck ?
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"No more chances for mine-"
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Harold Gray
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Harold Gray
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"I hope the blaze is good and hot - it's below zero outside!"
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman
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"Oh Joe! It frightens your mother terribly to see you with that awful gun-"
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Ed Leffingwell
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Ed Leffingwell
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"Gentlemen, Mrs. Mintworth was murdered by being poisoned..."
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Chester Gould
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Chester Gould
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Published May 1939 by Dell
Bill Holman
Bill Holman
Bill Holman
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman

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Chester Gould
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Chester Gould
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman
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Harold Gray
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Harold Gray
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman
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Al Posen
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Al Posen
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Milton Caniff
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Milton Caniff
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?
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?
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Frank King
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Frank King
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Ed Leffingwell
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Ed Leffingwell
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Zack Mosley
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Zack Mosley
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?
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?
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman
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Al Posen
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Al Posen
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Martin Branner
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Martin Branner
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Gus Edson
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Gus Edson
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman
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Lou Byrnes
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Lou Byrnes
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Frank Willard
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Frank Willard
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?
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?
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Walter Berndt
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Walter Berndt
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Carl Ed
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Carl Ed
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman
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Stanley Link
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Stanley Link
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?
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Published June 1939 by Dell
"Grandpa always carries baby in the winter time..."
Bill Holman (signed)
Bill Holman (signed)
?
""Grandpa always carries baby in the winter time...""
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"Grandpa always carries baby in the winter time..."
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Bill Holman (signed)
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Bill Holman (signed)
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?
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""Grandpa always carries baby in the winter time...""

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"Well - if it isn't Tim"
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Stanley Link (signed)
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Stanley Link (signed)
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Bill Holman (signed)
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Bill Holman (signed)
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"I think it's too thrilling..."
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Carl Ed (signed)
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Carl Ed (signed)
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"Wasn't that grand of Smitty's boss..."
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Walter Berndt (signed)
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Walter Berndt (signed)
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"While Tim is busy digging for pirate treasure..."
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?
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?
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"Wait a minute Uncle Willie -..."
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Frank Willard (signed)
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Frank Willard (signed)
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"What's eatin' you?"
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Loy Byrnes (signed)
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Loy Byrnes (signed)
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"The posters for our dance just arrived..."
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Bill Holman (signed)
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Bill Holman (signed)
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"Oh, Min!"
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?
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?
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"There's Edgar now!"
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Martin Branner (signed)
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Martin Branner (signed)
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"Let's have a catch with my new baseball, Pop"
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Al Posen (signed)
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Al Posen (signed)
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"Greetings, Chief - whatcha doin'?"
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Bill Holman (signed)
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Bill Holman (signed)
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"I now present our guest of honor..."
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Zack Mosley (signed)
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Zack Mosley (signed)
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"Wal, Black Jack - hope you're not leavin'..."
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Leffingwell
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Leffingwell
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"Want to shoot, Tops?"
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Frank King (signed)
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Frank King (signed)
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""Roger and his pals have built a ship..."
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?
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?
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"No! It's a trick to get me out there..."
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Milton Caniff (signed)
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Milton Caniff (signed)
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"Baw!"
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Al Posen (signed)
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Al Posen (signed)
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"Where's Smokey goin', Chief?"
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Bill Holman (signed)
Pencils
Bill Holman (signed)
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"Failure again - bah!"
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Harold Gray (signed)
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Harold Gray (signed)
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"I just noticed the sign, Chief..."
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Bill Holman (signed)
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Bill Holman (signed)
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"You're lyin'!"
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Chester Gould (signed)
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Chester Gould (signed)
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Bill Holman (signed)
Pencils
Bill Holman (signed)
Story Line
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Published July 1939 by Dell
"Sh-h-h- now just put your foot in there- and I'll do the rest-"
Stanley Link
Stanley Link
Bill Holman
""Sh-h-h- now just put your foot in there- and I'll do the rest-""
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"Sh-h-h- now just put your foot in there- and I'll do the rest-"
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Stanley Link
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Stanley Link
Cover Art
Bill Holman
Storyline
""Sh-h-h- now just put your foot in there- and I'll do the rest-""

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Al Posen
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Al Posen
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"An' his name is- Merle Musclebound!"
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Carl Ed
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Carl Ed
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Walter Berndt
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Walter Berndt
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?
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?
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?
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?
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"Poor Willie, he is so sad and gloomy, do you know if Lord Plushbottom turned him down when he asked for his job back"
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Frank Willard
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Frank Willard
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"Who's gonna teach me to skate?"
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Lou Byrnes
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Lou Byrnes
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman
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"What a marvelous dinner"
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Gus Edson
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Gus Edson
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"Th' rest of th' gang will be here soon- where'll we go for our football practice?"
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Martin Branner
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Martin Branner
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Al Posen
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Al Posen
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman
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"Jack your compass and windshield are fixed-- let's be on our way to Brazil!"
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Zack Mosley
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Zack Mosley
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"That tough sheep herder and his wife have moved into that old shack"
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Ed Leffingwell
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Ed Leffingwell
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"Hi Nina! Come on for a ride."
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Frank King
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Frank King
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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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"Tony-! Where's Tony?- He's standing there as if he were in a daze!"
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Milton Caniff
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Milton Caniff
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"It was sweet of Cash U. Nutt to give me the afternoon off!"
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman
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"You know Brittlewit, I used to think you were stupid.."
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Harold Gray
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Harold Gray
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"It's a four alarmer Smokey!"
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman
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"During the ensuing racket he dashes into the projection room"
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Chester Gould
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Chester Gould
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Published August 1939 by Dell
Stanley Link
Stanley Link (signed)
Bill Holman (signed)
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Stanley Link
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Bill Holman (signed)

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Martin Branner
Pencils
Martin Branner (signed)
Story Line

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Carl Ed
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Carl Ed (signed)
Story Line

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Walter Berndt
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Walter Berndt (signed)
Story Line

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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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?
Pencils
?
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Frank Willard
Pencils
Frank Willard (signed)
Story Line

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Loy Byrnes
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Loy Byrnes (signed)
Story Line

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Gus Edson
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Gus Edson (signed)
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?
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?
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Al Posen
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Al Posen (signed)
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Zack Mosley
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Zack Mosley (signed)
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Basil Reynolds
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Basil Reynolds
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Ed Leffingwell
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Ed Leffingwell
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?
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Frank King (signed)
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?
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?
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman (signed)
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"Hold your fire! They're goin' for Sandhurst an' ye might hit him! "
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Milt Caniff
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Harold Gray
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Harold Gray
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman (signed)
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"I'll be back about supper time, Mother - I'm going down to..."
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Chester Gould
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Chester Gould (signed)
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman (signed)
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Published September 1939 by Dell
Bill Holman
Bill Holman
Milt Caniff
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman
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Milt Caniff

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Stanley Link
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Stanley Link (signed)
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Frank King
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Frank King (signed)
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Martin Branner
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Martin Branner
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Frank Willard
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Frank Willard
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Ed Leffingwell
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Ed Leffingwell
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Don't Open Until Christmas
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Gus Edson
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Gus Edson
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Loy Byrnes
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Loy Byrnes (signed)
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Al Posen
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Al Posen (signed)
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Zack Mosley
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Zack Mosley (signed)
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?
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?
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Carl Ed
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Carl Ed
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Walter Berndt
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Walter Berndt (signed)
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?
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?
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?
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?
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"Okay, gang, let's get under way!"
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Milt Caniff
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Milt Caniff (signed)
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Harold Gray
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Harold Gray
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman (signed)
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"Hey, Bud, you've got a visitor up front."
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Chester Gould
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Chester Gould (signed)
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Bill Holman
Pencils
Bill Holman (signed)
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Published October 1939 by Dell
Stanley Link
Stanley Link (signed)
Chester Gould
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Stanley Link
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Stanley Link (signed)
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Chester Gould

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Frank King
Pencils
Frank King (signed)
Story Line

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Martin Branner
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Martin Branner (signed)
Story Line

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Frank Willard
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Frank Willard (signed)
Story Line

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Ed Leffingwell
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Ed Leffingwell
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Gus Edson
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Gus Edson
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Loy Byrnes
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Loy Byrnes (signed)
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Al Posen
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Al Posen (signed)
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Zack Mosley
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Zack Mosley (signed)
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Carl Ed
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Carl Ed
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?
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Walter Berndt
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?
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?
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman (signed)
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"Hooplydoodle! Fancy Fireclackles! Plenty boom-bang!"
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Milt Caniff
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Milt Caniff (signed)
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Harold Gray
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Harold Gray
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman
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"Turn around kid and don't try any -- Ouch!"
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Chester Gould
Pencils
Chester Gould (signed)
Story Line
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Published Nov-39 by Dell
"And besides Mr. Dickers, I'm paying you to carry out orders"
Martin Branner
Martin Branner (signed)
Bill Holman (signed)
""And besides Mr. Dickers, I'm paying you to carry out orders""
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"And besides Mr. Dickers, I'm paying you to carry out orders"
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Martin Branner
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Martin Branner (signed)
Cover Art
Bill Holman (signed)
Storyline
""And besides Mr. Dickers, I'm paying you to carry out orders""

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Gus Edson
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Gus Edson
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"Say That's Bill Carson, the great fancy skater!"
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Al Posen
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Al Posen (signed)
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Carl Ed
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Carl Ed
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?
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?
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman (signed)
Story Line

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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman (signed)
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"These two"
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Frank Willard
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Frank Willard (signed)
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"Brittlewit's pal, were you?"
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Harold Gray
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Harold Gray
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"Sa a ay Cul- (sniff!) (sniff!) Small that?"
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Ed Leffingwell
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Ed Leffingwell
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"[Hold on Dotty!"]
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Stanley Link
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Stanley Link (signed)
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"The ice is breaking up!"
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Milt Caniff
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Milt Caniff
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?
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?
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?
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?
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"I know! A joy ride with another girl."
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Frank King
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Frank King (signed)
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?
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?
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Loy Byrnes
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Loy Byrnes (signed)
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Walter Berndt
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Walter Berndt (signed)
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"She musta said NO!"
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Zack Mosley
Pencils
Zack Mosley
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Story Title
"But I tell you Tracy, The fellow had no face!"
Script
Chester Gould
Pencils
Chester Gould (signed)
Story Line
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Published December 1939 by Dell
Frank King
Frank King (signed)
Bill Holman (signed)
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Published December 1939 by Dell

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Writer
Frank King
Interior Art
Frank King (signed)
Cover Art
Bill Holman (signed)

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Frank Willard
Pencils
Frank Willard (signed)
Story Line

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Carl Ed
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Carl Ed
Story Line

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Walter Berndt
Pencils
Walter Berndt (signed)
Story Line

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Script
Bill Holman
Pencils
Bill Holman (signed)
Story Line

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?
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?
Story Line

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Gus Edson
Pencils
Gus Edson
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Harold Gray
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Harold Gray
Story Line

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Script
Loy Byrnes
Pencils
Loy Byrnes (signed)
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Martin Branner
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Martin Branner (signed)
Story Line

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Al Posen
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Al Posen (signed)
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Zack Mosley
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Zack Mosley
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Ed Leffingwell
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Ed Leffingwell
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Milt Caniff
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Milt Caniff
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"The small tramp steamer 'Ines' is battling her way through a typhoon."
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?
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?
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Stanley Link
Pencils
Stanley Link (signed)
Story Line

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"Well, 'Lever' Sam, it took the faceless one to catch you, eh?"
Script
Chester Gould
Pencils
Chester Gould (signed)
Story Line

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Al Posen
Pencils
Al Posen (signed)
Story Line

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Bill Holman
Pencils
Bill Holman (signed)
Story Line

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Script
Bill Holman
Pencils
Bill Holman (signed)
Story Line
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Published January 1940 by Dell
The Blank
Chester Gould
Chester Gould
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Dick Tracy; Pat Patton; The Blank (villain)
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Published January 1940 by Dell

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The Blank
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Chester Gould
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Chester Gould
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?
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Dick Tracy; Pat Patton; The Blank (villain)
Storyline
"The Blank"

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"Tim and Dotty have a fine Christmas"
Script
Stanley Link
Pencils
Stanley Link
Story Line

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Legion of Forgotten Pilots
Script
Zack Mosley
Pencils
Zack Mosley
Story Line

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"Come on Paul. Let's walk down the beach."
Script
R. S. Calender
Pencils
Al Micale
Story Line

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"Oh boy! Here comes Ben Foo!"
Script
Bill Holman
Pencils
Bill Holman
Story Line

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Blabble and Silverfish
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Harold Gray
Pencils
Harold Gray
Story Line

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"Sunday the day of rest. Think I'll stroll down by the hospital again."
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Lou Byrnes
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Lou Byrnes
Story Line

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"And we won't be able to try out our new skis"
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Al Posen
Pencils
Al Posen
Story Line

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Normandie Sandhurst
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Milton Caniff
Pencils
Milton Caniff
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"How do you think!! Only one guy in the whole world would do a swell thing like that--"
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Walter Berndt
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Walter Berndt
Story Line

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"Good morning. Nice store you have here."
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Frank King
Pencils
Frank King
Story Line

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"Curses!! Do we have to sit through another day of that?"
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Bill Holman
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Bill Holman
Story Line

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"In order to prove my sincerity and goo intentions, I have all the papers right here"
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Martin Branner
Pencils
Martin Branner
Story Line

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Gus Edson
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Gus Edson
Story Line

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"You can't come along- You're too small"
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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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"Dinner is ready Andy-"
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Gus Edson
Pencils
Gus Edson
Story Line

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"That ventriloquist was simply marvelous"
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Frank Willard
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Frank Willard
Story Line

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"Hey- you can't skate here"
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Al Posen
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Al Posen
Story Line

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"Daddy! You don't mean Harold has left this house??"
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Carl Ed
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Carl Ed
Story Line

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"I'll never be able to get the sand out of this house"
Script
Ed Leffingwell
Pencils
Ed Leffingwell
Story Line
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