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"Countess, society is sponsoring the big football game..."
Rube Goldberg
Rube Goldberg
Rube Goldberg
Lala Palooza
""Countess, society is sponsoring the big football game...""
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"Countess, society is sponsoring the big football game..."
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Rube Goldberg
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Rube Goldberg
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Rube Goldberg
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Lala Palooza
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""Countess, society is sponsoring the big football game...""

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"Hoopla!"
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Ed Wheelan?
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Ed Wheelan
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"Gosh! --Lookit all the cars!"
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Lank Leonard
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Lank Leonard
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"I'd ruther fight Dempsey than have a tooth pulled"
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Ham Fisher
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Ham Fisher
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"I want you to tell me what you think..."
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Bob Zuppke
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R. W. Depew
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"There are Johnny and Martha..."
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Monte Barrett
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Russell E. Ross
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"Hm--these cars never stop for you--"
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Monte Barrett
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Russell E. Ross
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"Teacher wants me t' look jus' like..."
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J. P. McEvoy
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J. H. Striebel
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The Open Season On Hunters
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H. J. Tuthill
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H. J. Tuthill
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"What do you aim to do here?"
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John J. Welch
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John J. Welch
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George Marcoux
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George Marcoux
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The "Flying Fortress"
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Les Marshall
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Les Marshall
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Al Zere
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Al Zere
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"Say Jim--"
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Ed Cronin
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Ed Cronin
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"A country full of laundrymen..."
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Johnny Devlin
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Johnny Devlin
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"About how Rockne and Dorais..."
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Bob Zupke
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R. W. Depew
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Bob Zupke
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R. W. Depew
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"Swell joint, Ann- How many acres you got?"
Ham Fisher (signed)
Ham Fisher (signed)
Rube Goldberg (signed)
Joe Palooka
""Swell joint, Ann- How many acres you got?""
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"Swell joint, Ann- How many acres you got?"
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Ham Fisher (signed)
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Ham Fisher (signed)
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Rube Goldberg (signed)
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Joe Palooka
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""Swell joint, Ann- How many acres you got?""

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How Layden Single Handed, Beat Stanford in the Rose Bowl
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?
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?
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"We missed the bus- Now we're late for work!"
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Monte Barrett (signed)
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Russell E. Ross (signed)
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"The first battle of the Mexican War and the last battle of the Civil War"
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John Hix (signed)
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John Hix (signed)
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"Pinto! Pinto! That's the $15,000 Egyptian vase"
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Rube Goldberg (signed)
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Rube Goldberg (signed)
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"Imogene, Will you please get Mama a glass of water"
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J. P. McEvoy (signed)
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J. H. Striebel (signed)
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Episode 2
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John J. Welch (signed)
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Russell Ross
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"With Red Light going great guns, we're going to be tough to beat."
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Bob Zuppke (signed)
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R. W. Depew (signed)
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Introducing the Hawk
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George E. Brenner (signed)
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George E. Brenner (signed)
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When Harrington overhears the Police talking about some mysterious crimes, he dons a suit, throws an over-sized hankerchief over his head and dons one taloned glove. As the Hawk, he captures the man who had beat and robbed Old Moore of the charity donation to the city orphanage, then takes him back to his lair, where his allies deliver the crook into Police custody, while the Hawk taunts Doyle with a letter.

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Goose-Hunting Again
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H. J. Tuthill (signed)
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H. J. Tuthill (signed)
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Episode 2
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Ed Wheelan (signed)
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Ed Wheelan (signed)
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"The ball was on our one yard line"
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George Marcoux (signed)
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George Marcoux (signed)
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"My stars- I don't know what's got into Effie"
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Monte Barrett
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Russell E. Ross
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The Marion Joyce Kidnapping: Part 2
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Ed Cronin
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Ed Cronin
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"For a Halloween night, it's pretty quiet"
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Lank Leonard (signed)
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Lank Leonard (signed)
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Norma Shearer
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Bernard Baily (signed)
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Bernard Baily (signed)
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Rube Goldberg
Rube Goldberg
Lank Leonard
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Rube Goldberg
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Rube Goldberg
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Lank Leonard

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Episode 3
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Ed Wheelan
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Ed Wheelan
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"Mickey- I just heard your Uncle Phil won a turkey at Clancy's!"
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Lank Leonard
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Lank Leonard
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"It sure is different than it used to be"
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Ham Fisher
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Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
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"Right here is where I get even with Mr. Ned Brant"
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Bob Zuppke
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R. W. Depew
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"Hey Jane- Where are you going? Wait for me!"
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Monte Barrett
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Russell E. Ross
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"If these mud packs are any good, I can do it myself!"
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Monte Barrett
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Russell E. Ross
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J. P. McEvoy
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J. H. Striebel
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Assisting Art
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H. J. Tuthill
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H. J. Tuthill
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"Come on Judith- Tell us all about Bligh's scheme"
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John J. Welch
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John J. Welch
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George Marcoux
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George Marcoux
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Ed Reed
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Ed Reed
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Al Zere
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Al Zere
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"We must put into Garnet Island and save that girl.."
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Ed Cronin
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Ed Cronin (signed)
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A Story of Buccaneers
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Will Eisner
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Will Eisner [as Willis B. Rensie]
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The Hawk and Claw Carlos vie over a precious Ruby, that belongs to neither of them.

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"Once more the Orchid calls for aid.."
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George Brenner
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George Brenner
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The Orchid asks the Clock for help to beat a protection racket.

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Baker's Kick that Broke Notre Dame's String of 26 Victories
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Bob Zupke
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B. W. Depew
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The Talking Play that Gained 70 Yards for Iowa
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Bob Zupke
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B. W. Depew
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"It's too bad Edison an' me didn't get together!"
Rube Goldberg
Rube Goldberg
Rube Goldberg (signed)
""It's too bad Edison an' me didn't get together!""
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"It's too bad Edison an' me didn't get together!"
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Rube Goldberg
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Rube Goldberg
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Rube Goldberg (signed)
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""It's too bad Edison an' me didn't get together!""

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Episode 4
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Ed Wheelan
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Ed Wheelan
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"Well if it ain't Margie and Tommy McPatch!"
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Lank Leonard
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Lank Leonard
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Mickey saves Christmas for two poor neighborhood kids by posing as Santa Claus.

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"Have you heard the latest news, dear?"
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Ham Fisher
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Ham Fisher
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"Only a few seconds to go!"
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Bob Zuppke
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R. W. Depew
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"Jane must be after a story..."
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Monte Barrett
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Russell E. Ross
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"I'm glad I came but law, I'm not betting!"
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Monte Barrett
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Russell E. Ross
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"Gee, Ma--I can't seem t'get excited..."
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J. P. McEvoy
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J. H. Striebel
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Neighbors' Day
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H. J. Tuthill
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H. J. Tuthill
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"Roger Bligh Jr. spends so much time with Judith that Slim and Tubby go out to Look Out Peak to watch over him."
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John J. Welch
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John J. Welch
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"Two glasses for a cent..."
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George Marcoux
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George Marcoux
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"Is there a Boy Scout in the crowd?"
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Ed Reed
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Ed Reed
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"Gimme one of those penny baloons..."
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Al Zere
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Al Zere
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"Thank goodness we're somewhere near the shipping lane."
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Ed Cronin
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Ed Cronin
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"The enraged Carlos then orders one of his henchmen..."
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Will Eisner
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Will Eisner
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"The loan shark, born out of the Depression and hard times..."
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George Brenner
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George Brenner
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A lone shark is killing people who can't pay him back.

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War Clouds Over China
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Les Marshall
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Les Marshall
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Jack Dempsey at Toledo Ohio July 4, 1919
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Bob Zupke
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B. W. Depew
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"Vincent Wake Up-- You're always dozing off and talking in your sleep"
Rube Goldberg
Rube Goldberg
George Brenner
""Vincent Wake Up-- You're always dozing off and talking in your sleep""
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"Vincent Wake Up-- You're always dozing off and talking in your sleep"
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Rube Goldberg
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Rube Goldberg
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George Brenner
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""Vincent Wake Up-- You're always dozing off and talking in your sleep""

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"Step right up folks!! It's enormous-- It's thrillin'-- It's educational!!"
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Ed Wheelan
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Ed Wheelan
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"Here-here you fellas!! You don't want fight this way!"
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Lank Leonard (signed)
Pencils
Lank Leonard (signed)
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"Hurry up an git th' eleven o'clock at Grand Central."
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Ham Fisher
Pencils
Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
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"Stop the fight!"
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Bob Zuppke (signed)
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R. W. Depew (signed)
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Monte Barrett
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Russell E. Ross
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"William Penn, his son and his grandson covered a life span..."
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John Hix (signed)
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John Hix (signed)
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"Auntie Dixie- Kin I have some peanuts?"
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J. P. McEvoy (signed)
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J. H. Striebel (signed)
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Part-Time Brothers
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H. J. Tuthill
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H. J. Tuthill
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"Broke-- and a thousand miles from home!!"
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John J. Welch (signed)
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J. W. McGuire (signed)
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"See it means nothin' in this town t'be a checker champ"
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George Marcoux (signed)
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George Marcoux (signed)
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"C'mon fellers- let's play follow the leader!"
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Al Zere (signed)
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Al Zere (signed)
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"Cast adrift by the hoodlums who have taken possession of the Coast Guard boat..."
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Ed Cronin (signed)
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Ed Cronin (signed)
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"The Hawk escapes from jail by a trick and returns to the governor's mansion."
Script
Will Eisner
Pencils
Will Eisner [as Willis Rensie]
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"The Annual Meeting of The Gown and Gavel, a fraternity formed by a select few..."
Script
George E. Brenner (signed)
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George E. Brenner (signed)
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Velvet Marcon vows to get revenge on the judge who sent him to prison.

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"Father Versus Son - Frank C. Withers..."
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John Hix (signed)
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John Hix (signed)
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Frank Gotch
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Bob Zuppke
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R. W. Depew
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"The birth of 1850 was not celebrated in China..."
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?
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John Hix
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The Courage of Glenn Cunningham
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Bob Zuppke
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R. W. Depew
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The Ghost Spy
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John Hix (signed)
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John Hix (signed)
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Luise Rainer
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Bernard Baily (signed)
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Bernard Baily (signed)
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Published March 1938 by Quality Comics
"Disguised in the ladies' clothes..."
Ham Fisher
Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
Rube Goldberg
Joe Palooka
""Disguised in the ladies' clothes...""
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"Disguised in the ladies' clothes..."
Writer
Ham Fisher
Interior Art
Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
Cover Art
Rube Goldberg
Character Appearances
Joe Palooka
Storyline
""Disguised in the ladies' clothes...""

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How Ned Stopped Coleraine
Script
Bob Zuppke
Pencils
B. W. Depew
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"And don't forget O'Toole..."
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Ed Cronin (signed)
Pencils
Ed Cronin (signed)
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"Sis--I wonder if they'll get on to our bidding signals..."
Script
Rube Goldberg
Pencils
Rube Goldberg
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Claw Carlos
Script
Will Eisner [ as Willis Rensie]
Pencils
Will Eisner
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Episode 6
Script
John J. Welch (signed)
Pencils
Russell Ross
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Clyde Hope Jr. Kidnapped
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George E. Brenner (signed)
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George E. Brenner (signed)
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The Clock threatens Butch with torture if he doesn't spill the beans on a kidnapping case.

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Episode 6
Script
Ed Wheelan (signed)
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Ed Wheelan (signed)
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"Sue's waiting to trail you!"
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Monte Barrett (signed)
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Russell E. Ross (signed)
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"That nurse shouldn't have left the baby here!"
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Monte Barrett (signed)
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Russell E. Ross (signed)
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"This fight is for the heavyweight title, folks..."
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George Marcoux (signed)
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George Marcoux (signed)
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"Mom's birthday is soon!"
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Al Zere (signed)
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Al Zere (signed)
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Home Financing
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H. J. Tuthill (signed)
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H. J. Tuthill (signed)
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The Missing Sailors
Script
Ed Cronin (signed)
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Ed Cronin (signed)
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"There! --Now get Imogene and watch her eyes pop"
Script
J. H. Striebel (signed)
Pencils
J. P. McEvoy (signed)
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"Why Jackie Park..."
Script
Lank Leonard (signed)
Pencils
Lank Leonard (signed)
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Professor of Poison
Script
John Hix (signed)
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John Hix (signed)
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Kilrain and Sullivan's Bare Knuckle Battle
Script
Bob Zuppke
Pencils
R. W. Depew
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The Mountain of Rainbow Snow
Script
John Hix (signed)
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John Hix (signed)
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David Glasgow Farragut
Script
John Hix (signed)
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John Hix (signed)
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The Toy War
Script
John Hix (signed)
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John Hix (signed)
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"About Gertrude Ederle's conquest of the English Channel"
Script
Bob Zuppke
Pencils
R. W. Depew
Story Line
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Published April 1938 by Quality Comics
"I thought Walsh had more nerve."
Ham Fisher
Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
Lank Leonard (signed)
""I thought Walsh had more nerve.""
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"I thought Walsh had more nerve."
Writer
Ham Fisher
Interior Art
Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
Cover Art
Lank Leonard (signed)
Storyline
""I thought Walsh had more nerve.""

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"Sue's on my trail again-"
Script
Monte Barrett
Pencils
Russell E. Ross
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Monte Barrett
Pencils
Russell E. Ross
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Also A Problem For the Neighbors
Script
H. J. Tuthill
Pencils
H. J. Tuthill
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The Coming of the Gallant Knight
Script
Vernon Henkel (signed)
Pencils
Vernon Henkel (signed)
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Merlot assassinates the King and seizes the throne. Sir Neville joins a band of woodland outlaws to take arms against him.

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"Aristopolis Junior, I want you to be friends with Pinto-"
Script
Rube Goldberg
Pencils
Rube Goldberg
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The Owl
Script
George E. Brenner (signed)
Pencils
George E. Brenner (signed)
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The Owl threatens Baldy Getzmore, a former rum runner. But the Clock exposes cunning subterfuge.

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"Say what are you fellas doin' to Muggsie?"
Script
Lank Leonard
Pencils
Lank Leonard
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"Gee Auntie Dixie, I betcha I ketch th' biggest fish!"
Script
J. P. McEvoy
Pencils
J. H. Striebel
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"There they go Myra--? Hope the act goes off O.K."
Script
Ed Wheelan
Pencils
Ed Wheelan
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"Toddy is your father home?"
Script
George Marcoux
Pencils
George Marcoux
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Al Zere
Pencils
Al Zere
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The Athletic Board
Script
Bob Zuppke
Pencils
R. W. Depew
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"So Helise knows Hammond!!"
Script
John J. Welch
Pencils
Jack McGuire (signed)
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The Suspension of Clip Chance
Script
George Brenner
Pencils
George Brenner (Scott Sheridan)
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?
Pencils
?
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Navy Day
Script
Les Marshall
Pencils
Les Marshall
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The Most Amazing Heavyweight Fight of All Time
Script
Bob Zuppke
Pencils
R. W. Depew
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Myrna Loy
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Bernard Baily
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Bernard Baily
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?
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?
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?
Pencils
?
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The Three World's Records Jesse Owens Broke In One Day
Script
Bob Zuppke
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R. W. Depew
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The Year of the Purple Curse!
Script
John Hix
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John Hix
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Claw Carlos
Script
Will Eisner
Pencils
Will Eisner
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Published May 1938 by Quality Comics
"Countess -Are you ready for the last sitting?"
Rube Goldberg
Rube Goldberg
Russell Ross
""Countess -Are you ready for the last sitting?""
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"Countess -Are you ready for the last sitting?"
Writer
Rube Goldberg
Interior Art
Rube Goldberg
Cover Art
Russell Ross
Storyline
""Countess -Are you ready for the last sitting?""

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"Quick Doc--Did'ja hear about what happened?"
Script
Ed Wheelan
Pencils
Ed Wheelan
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"Gosh--That car went right past that red light!!"
Script
Lank Leonard
Pencils
Lank Leonard
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"Boy--What a smack!! Right on the button!! Turkey won't last th' first round!!"
Script
Ham Fisher
Pencils
Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
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"About ready, Red? Couple of fellows want to meet you"
Script
Bob Zuppke
Pencils
R. W. Depew
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"Oh boy! A knockout- I've got to grab onto her!!"
Script
Monte Barrett
Pencils
Russell E. Ross
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Script
Monte Barrett
Pencils
Russell E. Ross
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"Boy! Look at th' nifty numbah Wilbur's bringin' to th' hop!"
Script
J. P. McEvoy
Pencils
J. H. Striebel
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The Big Day
Script
H. J. Tuthill
Pencils
H. J. Tuthill
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"I'm back Zenobia-Tonight I shall answer you question about the curse on my money!!"
Script
John J. Welch
Pencils
Jack McGuire (signed)
Story Line
Hammond plots to steal Mrs. Botts' money by convincing her it's cursed

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George Marcoux
Pencils
George Marcoux
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Al Zere
Pencils
Al Zere
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"I said I'm taking this ship Carlos--There-- Does that convince you??"
Script
Will Eisner [as Willis Rensie]
Pencils
Will Eisner
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"Please Brian- give up this business of detective work in the guise of the Clock,--- it's too risky--"
Script
George Brenner (signed)
Pencils
George Brenner (signed)
Story Line
Captain Kane asks the Clock to capture Maroni before Maroni has him transferred.

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"At sight of the mounted Neville the knights drew rein"
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Vernon Henkel (signed)
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Vernon Henkel (signed)
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Neville faces three knights loyal to the usurper Baron Merlot. Then he organizes the forest bandits into an army.

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"Looks like we're going to have a weak team this year, Clip-"
Script
George Brenner [as Scott Sheridan]
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George Brenner [as Scott Sheridan]
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Ad Wolgast's 40th Round Knockout of Battling Nelson
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Bob Zuppke
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R. W. Depew
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John Hix
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John Hix
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"Tris Speaker's defensive play in centerfield"
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Bob Zuppke
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R. W. Depew
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Published June 1938 by Quality Comics
"Let the child have some fun..."
Rube Goldberg
Rube Goldberg
Ed Cronin?
""Let the child have some fun...""
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"Let the child have some fun..."
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Rube Goldberg
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Rube Goldberg
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Ed Cronin?
Storyline
""Let the child have some fun...""

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"Yo' tole me t'see yo' aftah de show, Boss."
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Ed Wheelan
Pencils
Ed Wheelan
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"Say Ma--Uncle Phil is puttin' on my old baseball suit..."
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Lank Leonard
Pencils
Lank Leonard
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"Those insects only live one day Joe--"
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Ham Fisher
Pencils
Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
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"Red light! Are you going to play?"
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Bob Zuppke
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R. W. Depew
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"We're trailing those diamonds Mr. Pierce!"
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Monte Barrett
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Russell E. Ross
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"Law--my new hat!"
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Monte Barrett
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Russell E. Ross
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"I'm throwing a surprise party..."
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J. P. McEvoy
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J. H. Striebel
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Safe
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H. J. Tuthill
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H. J. Tuthill
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"Now that we've got lights, let's see about all this!!"
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John J. Welch
Pencils
Jack McGuire (signed)
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As the boys predicted, at the end of the seance Mrs. Bott's money has disappeared.

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"I don't come from a 'rithmetic family!"
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George Marcoux
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George Marcoux
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"What's the idea?"
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Al Zere
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Al Zere
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"As the Hawk's men board the pirate ship..."
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Will Eisner
Pencils
Will Eisner
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5th Ave. Jewel Dealer Robbed of Fortune
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George Brenner
Pencils
George Brenner
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The Clock solves a jewel robbery by threatening to use his usual assortment of torture devices.

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"Sir Neville raises arms..."
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Vernon Henkel
Pencils
Vernon Henkel
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"You ready, Clip?"
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George Brenner
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George Brenner (Scott Sheridan)
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Grimm's Great Fielding in the 1929 World Series
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Bob Zuppke
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R. W. Depew
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Mattewson's Famous Fadeaway Ball
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Bob Zuppke
Pencils
R. W. Depew
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Published July 1938 by Quality Comics
Rube Goldberg
Rube Goldberg
Lank Leonard
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Rube Goldberg
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Rube Goldberg
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Lank Leonard

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"C'mon Butch-- Myra should be dressed by now--"
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Ed Wheelan
Pencils
Ed Wheelan
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"What's the matter, Tommy--You look worried!"
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Lank Leonard
Pencils
Lank Leonard
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"I'd cert'ny like t'be edgicated an' talk nicer English."
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Ham Fisher
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Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
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Bob Zuppke
Pencils
R. W. Depew
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"Tell me son- Is the Jane Arden who works here from Chicago?"
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Monte Barrett
Pencils
Russell E. Ross
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Jane inherits an estate in England

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Monte Barrett
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Russell E. Ross
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"Don't forget to pick up that book for me at th' library, Dixie"
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J. P. McEvoy
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J. H. Striebel
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Hello Trouble
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H. J. Tuthill
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H. J. Tuthill
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"What's this? Did someone say Mr. Hammond is gone?"
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John J. Welch
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Jack McGuire (signed)
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George Marcoux
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George Marcoux
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Ed Reed
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Ed Reed
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Al Zere
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Al Zere
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"Master-- Did you call me? Ha--Ha--Ha--"
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Will Eisner
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Will Eisner
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Chieko sets a trap for the Hawk- for the reward money.

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"When I give this place the once-over it will bring to a close, another of the many uneventful nights that I've experienced lately"
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George Brenner
Pencils
George Brenner
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Killer Casca discovers the Clock's identity. The Clock swears he'll never live to tell anyone.

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"The brave outlaw army under Sir Neville has attacked and seized the castle of Baron Borek"
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Vernon Henkel
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Vernon Henkel
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"Coming at you, Slim-"
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George Brenner [as Scott Sheridan]
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George Brenner [as Scott Sheridan]
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"Send my private secretary in to me, I feel like making a law."
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Will Eisner [as Bud Thomas]
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Will Eisner [as Bud Thomas]
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King Gil O. Teen demands that every one in his kingdom with a beard should be shot, boycotted or sent to a concentration camp. But Archie O'Toole a young artist, accedentally defenestrates him and becomes the new king.

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Ty Cobb's Stealing Home in a World Series Game.
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Bob Zuppke
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R. W. Depew
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Walter Johnson's Three Game Series With the Yankees
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Bob Zuppke
Pencils
R. W. Depew
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"It was nice of that farmer to lend me this swiss cheese to take a shower!"
Rube Goldberg
Rube Goldberg
Ed Cronin ?
""It was nice of that farmer to lend me this swiss cheese to take a shower!""
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"It was nice of that farmer to lend me this swiss cheese to take a shower!"
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Rube Goldberg
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Rube Goldberg
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Ed Cronin ?
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""It was nice of that farmer to lend me this swiss cheese to take a shower!""

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"Jeff Bangs hands Myra the telegram."
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Ed Wheelan (signed)
Pencils
Ed Wheelan (signed)
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"Gee Ma- I'm glad Uncle Phil's lodge picked this place for their outing"
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Lank Leonard
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Lank Leonard
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"You'll have plenty of explainin' t'do!"
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Ham Fisher
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Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
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"Time to listen in on the news broadcasts"
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Bob Zuppke
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R. W. Depew
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"Jane feels sure Mr. Bleak of the Burprowin Company is a racketeer"
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Monte Barrett
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Russell E. Ross
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"I have to find the farm Uncle Lem left me here---"
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Monte Barrett
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Russell E. Ross
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"Didn't think I had the nerve, eh?"
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J. P. McEvoy
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J. H. Striebel
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"Such luck- sitting here hour after hour and not one fish!"
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H. J. Tuthill
Pencils
H. J. Tuthill
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"By George this is serious- I've wandered all night! I must be lost!"
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John J. Welch
Pencils
Jack McGuire (signed)
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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 fools! You muddle headed fools"
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Will Eisner [as Willis Rensie]
Pencils
Will Eisner
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"I still refuse to believe the Clock committed a murder-"
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George Brenner (signed)
Pencils
George Brenner (signed)
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The Clock appears to have murdered real estate broker Tyrone Carron.

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"Sir Neville raised his sword in victory of the dead body of King Melrot"
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Vernon Henkel (signed)
Pencils
Vernon Henkel (signed)
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After having ended the reign of Melrot, Neville goes off in search of new adventures.

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"With Cliffside College closed for the summer vacation we find Cliff Chance working in a steel mill"
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George Brenner [as Scott Sheridan]
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George Brenner
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"Now that you are king you must make some laws"
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Will Eisner [as Bud Thomas]
Pencils
Will Eisner
Story Line
Archie abolishes spinach- and fights a duel with Gil O.Teen
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"You oughta cut the grass today, Uncle Phil"
Lank Leonard
Lank Leonard
Ed Cronin
""You oughta cut the grass today, Uncle Phil""
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"You oughta cut the grass today, Uncle Phil"
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Lank Leonard
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Lank Leonard
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Ed Cronin
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""You oughta cut the grass today, Uncle Phil""

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"Look Vincent-- a motorcycle cop!"
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Rube Goldberg
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Rube Goldberg
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"Tsk! I hate t'do this but it's the only way out!"
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George Marcoux (signed)
Pencils
George Marcoux
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Al Zere
Pencils
Al Zere
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Game In a Quiet Town
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George Brenner [as Scott Sheridan]
Pencils
George Brenner
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"Dad- You're a sight for sore eyes"
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Ed Wheelan
Pencils
Ed Wheelan
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"Heavens! What's happened to you?"
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Monte Barrett
Pencils
Russell E. Ross
Story Line

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Charitable Charley
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George E. Brenner (signed)
Pencils
George E. Brenner (signed)
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In order to combat his newest opponent, the Clock rigs his suit with tear gas.

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The Phantom Swordsman
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Bob Zuppke
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R. W. Depew
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"Do you say the boys are wealthy-"
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J. P. McEvoy
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J. H. Striebel
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The Rescue of Inez
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Vernon Henkel
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Vernon Henkel
Story Line

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"Curses! We still haven't succeeded in getting back the throne!"
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Will Eisner [as Bud Thomas]
Pencils
Will Eisner [as Bud Thomas]
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Gil O. Teen tries to get Archie to fall in love with a female impersonator.

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"Beauty!! You found it!! Water--water!! Look Hammond!"
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John J. Welch
Pencils
Jack McGuire (signed)
Story Line

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"Do you mean that we are to supply our own slaves with a ship in which to go free?"
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Will Eisner [as Willis Rensie]
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Will Eisner
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Patents Pending
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H. J. Tuthill
Pencils
H. J. Tuthill
Story Line

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"I think I spraint my knuckle"
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Ham Fisher
Pencils
Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
Story Line
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"Yes I'll be startin' t'train in about a week!"
Ham Fisher
Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
Lank Leonard
""Yes I'll be startin' t'train in about a week!""
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"Yes I'll be startin' t'train in about a week!"
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Ham Fisher
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Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
Cover Art
Lank Leonard
Storyline
""Yes I'll be startin' t'train in about a week!""

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The Coming of Black X
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Will Eisner [as Will Erwin]
Pencils
Will Eisner [as Will Erwin]
Story Line
Richard Spencer is supposedly killed in a plane crash and becomes a spy known only as "Black X". He stops some important plans from falling into enemy hands and meets an enemy agent who looks exactly like him.

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"Vincent, How will that gadget gets us in the studio?"
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Rube Goldberg
Pencils
Rube Goldberg
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"I think it's lovely when two boys meeting for the first time make such ideal roommates."
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Bob Zuppke
Pencils
R. W. Depew
Story Line

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The Bodyguard
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Will Eisner [as Bud Thomas]
Pencils
Will Eisner
Story Line
The Earl of Wintergreen beats Killer Diller in a boxing match in order to become Archie's bodyguard.

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"I'm surprised at you Pa- Staring like that!"
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J. P. McEvoy
Pencils
J. H. Striebel
Story Line

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The Z. Y. Callis Case
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George Brenner
Pencils
George Brenner
Story Line
When Z.Y. Callis locks his employees out of his plant rather than pay them a raise, The Clock pays him a visit.

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"Gosh Uncle Phil- It was nice of Charlie Miller to invite us here to his camp"
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Lank Leonard
Pencils
Lank Leonard
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Episode 13
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Ed Wheelan
Pencils
Ed Wheelan
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One More Misunderstanding
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H. J. Tuthill
Pencils
H. J. Tuthill
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Episode 13
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John Welch
Pencils
John Welch
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Sir Borat's Plan: Part 1
Script
Vernon Henkel
Pencils
Vernon Henkel
Story Line
Sir Borat plots to get rid of Sir Neville because of jealousy.

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Meet Captain Cook
Script
Stan Asch
Pencils
Stan Asch (signed)
Story Line
Someone attempts to steal the Ka-amen rubies and Scotland Yard is called in.

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"This is your own library. Be Quiet"
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George Marcoux
Pencils
George Marcoux (signed)
Story Line

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Al Zere
Pencils
Al Zere
Story Line

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The Bert Ball Encounter: Part 1
Script
George Brenner [as Scott Sheridan]
Pencils
George Brenner
Story Line

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"The fake fortune tellers are plotting against a widow..."
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Monte Barrett (signed)
Pencils
Russell E. Ross (signed)
Story Line

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Monte Barrett
Pencils
Russell Ross
Story Line
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"Hullo Missus Shebby-"
Ham Fisher
Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
Ed Cronin
""Hullo Missus Shebby-""
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"Hullo Missus Shebby-"
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Ham Fisher
Interior Art
Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
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Ed Cronin
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""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
Story Line

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Episode 14
Script
Ed Wheelan
Pencils
Ed Wheelan
Story Line

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The Bert Ball Encounter: Part 2
Script
George Brenner [as Scott Sheridan]
Pencils
George Brenner
Story Line

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Sir Borat's Plan: Part 2
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Vernon Henkel
Pencils
Vernon Henkel
Story Line
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]
Pencils
Will Eisner [as Bud Thomas]
Story Line

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The Old Psychologist
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H. J. Tuthill
Pencils
H. J. Tuthill
Story Line

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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?
Script
Lank Leonard
Pencils
Lank Leonard
Story Line

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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
Pencils
George Marcoux
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Al Zere
Pencils
Al Zere
Story Line

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"You got a bargain in that hat, Mickey!"
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J. P. McEvoy
Pencils
J. H. Striebel
Story Line

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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!"
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Bob Zuppke (signed)
Pencils
B. W. Depew (signed)
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Episode 14
Script
John Welch
Pencils
John Welch
Story Line

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"Aw Sis-- I'd rather go to the race track!"
Script
Rube Goldberg
Pencils
Rube Goldberg
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Monte Barrett
Pencils
Russell E. Ross
Story Line
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"Lala our Happy Holiday Helpers benefit is a big success!"
Rube Goldberg
Rube Goldberg
Ed Cronin
""Lala our Happy Holiday Helpers benefit is a big success!""
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"Lala our Happy Holiday Helpers benefit is a big success!"
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Rube Goldberg
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Rube Goldberg
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Ed Cronin
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""Lala our Happy Holiday Helpers benefit is a big success!""

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Episode 15
Script
Ed Wheelan
Pencils
Ed Wheelan
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"How did they run him for alderman?"
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Lank Leonard
Pencils
Lank Leonard
Story Line

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"Smokey's got a boy he says is faster than lightnin'"
Script
Ham Fisher
Pencils
Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
Story Line

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"There goes your friend bluodgeon, Bud"
Script
Bob Zuppke
Pencils
R. W. Depew
Story Line

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"Jane is on the trail of a crook posing as a jeweler"
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Monte Barrett
Pencils
Russell E. Ross
Story Line

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"You mean my hat?"
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Monte Barrett
Pencils
Russell E. Ross
Story Line

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"And now we come to the morning exercises"
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J. P. McEvoy
Pencils
J. H. Striebel
Story Line

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"What a nice day- The air is so --"
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H. J. Tuthill
Pencils
H. J. Tuthill
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Episode 15
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John Welch
Pencils
John Welch
Story Line

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George Marcoux
Pencils
George Marcoux
Story Line

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Al Zere
Pencils
Al Zere
Story Line

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Framing the Clock
Script
George Brenner
Pencils
George Brenner
Story Line
Tony Malta tries to frame the Clock for murder.

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"$3,478,602,412.02 Tsk- This is terrible, awful, it will never do!"
Script
Will Eisner [as Bud Thomas]
Pencils
Will Eisner [as Bud Thomas]
Story Line
Archie goes to America to seek out a loan for his country, Pyromania. He finds it by signing advertising endorsements.

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The Black Baron: Part 1
Script
Vernon Henkel
Pencils
Vernon Henkel
Story Line
Traveling far from home, Neville defends a lonely castle from strange invaders.

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After a nip and tuck battle, the teams of Cliffside and Colt are fighting to break a tie"
Script
George Brenner
Pencils
George Brenner
Story Line

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"Major Murdock, I've called you in because regular diplomatic channels have failed me--"
Script
Will Eisner [as Will Erwin]
Pencils
Will Eisner [as Will Erwin]
Story Line
A foreign pirate submarine is sinking American ships and trying to drag the US into war.

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John Barr, Escaped Convict
Script
Art Pinajian
Pencils
Art Pinajian
Story Line
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"Step on it! Step on it man!"
Ham Fisher (signed)
Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
Ed Cronin
Joe Palooka
""Step on it! Step on it man!""
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"Step on it! Step on it man!"
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Ham Fisher (signed)
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Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
Cover Art
Ed Cronin
Character Appearances
Joe Palooka
Storyline
""Step on it! Step on it man!""

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"C'mon Dixie- Aren't you going home?"
Script
J. P. McEvoy (signed)
Pencils
J. H. Striebel (signed)
Story Line

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Blue Monday
Script
H. J. Tuthill (signed)
Pencils
H. J. Tuthill (signed)
Story Line

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"Before we condemn him.."
Script
Bob Zuppke (signed)
Pencils
R. W. Depew (signed)
Story Line

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The New York Crooks
Script
Will Eisner [as Bud Thomas]
Pencils
Will Eisner [as Bud Thomas]
Story Line
Coming back from New York with enough money to balance the budget, King Archie is accosted by two crooks while trying to rescue a girl from a balloon. Archie and the girl escape and he takes her back to Pyromania with him.

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The Black Baron: Part 2
Script
Vernon Henkel (signed)
Pencils
Vernon Henkel (signed)
Story Line
Sir Neville attempts to rescue a young lad who has been captured by the Black Baron, but the Baron captures and imprisons him instead.

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Episode 16
Script
Ed Wheelan (signed)
Pencils
Ed Wheelan (signed)
Story Line

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The Robbery On the ACQUAGAL
Script
George E. Brenner (signed)
Pencils
George E. Brenner (signed)
Story Line
When villains steal a famous diamond as soon as it arrives in New York, the Clock goes after them.

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"An Oil Company drills a well at Stamford"
Script
Monte Barrett (signed)
Pencils
Russell H. Ross (signed)
Story Line

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"Oh boy! Your Dad certn'y treated you swell this Christmas!"
Script
George Marcoux (signed)
Pencils
George Marcoux (signed)
Story Line

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Al Zere (signed)
Pencils
Al Zere (signed)
Story Line

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The Purple Hoods
Script
Will Eisner [as Will Erwin]
Pencils
Will Eisner [as Will Erwin]
Story Line
Black X and his Oriental companion Batu stop a gang of saboteurs from blowing up the 71st Regiment.

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"I've got to stop at the tailors an' get my dress suit for Sir Eric's New Year's party"
Script
Rube Goldberg (signed)
Pencils
Rube Goldberg (signed)
Story Line

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Story Title
Episode 16
Script
John J. Welch (signed)
Pencils
Russell Ross
Story Line

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The Kidnapping of Clip Chance
Script
George Brenner [as Scott Sheridan]
Pencils
George Brenner [as Scott Sheridan]
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Voice of the Totem
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Art Pinajian (signed)
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Art Pinajian (signed)
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"Your Uncle Phil made a New Year's resolution Michael-"
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Lank Leonard (signed)
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Lank Leonard (signed)
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"Hype Igoe is sendin' a french friend of his here t'hang around with us a couple days-"
Ham Fisher
Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
Ed Cronin
""Hype Igoe is sendin' a french friend of his here t'hang around with us a couple days-""
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"Hype Igoe is sendin' a french friend of his here t'hang around with us a couple days-"
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Ham Fisher
Interior Art
Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
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Ed Cronin
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""Hype Igoe is sendin' a french friend of his here t'hang around with us a couple days-""

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"Well Jane, your next job will be to go after Tavern Terry Troop!"
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Monte Barrett
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Russell E. Ross
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The Stolen Pearls
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Frank Frollo (signed)
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Frank Frollo (signed)
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"Benton, Don't get tough--An' I advise you to ---"
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John J. Welch
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Jack McGuire (signed)
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Help!
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H. J. Tuthill
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H. J. Tuthill
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Vera Venom
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Will Eisner [as Bud Thomas]
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Will Eisner [as Bud Thomas]
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Archie returns from America with enough money to balance the budget. Vera Venom decides to marry him. But Archie is set on Suzy.

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The End of Black John
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Art Pinajian (signed)
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Art Pinajian (signed)
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Murder of a Window Washer
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George E. Brenner (signed)
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George E. Brenner (signed)
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Nick and Slug steal radium from a doctor's office.

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"Well Vincent- We finally got aboard!
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Rube Goldberg
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Rube Goldberg
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"This bureau arranged a date for you Jake, and you've got to keep it!"
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Bob Zuppke
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B. W. Depew
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Dr. Stieble's Spy Ring
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Will Eisner [as Will Erwin]
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Will Eisner [as Will Erwin]
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Black X and Batu go after Dr. Stieble, a clearing house for all spy information in North America.

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"Tsk! Tsk!"
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George Marcoux (signed)
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George Marcoux (signed)
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"How about a hamburger kids"!
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Al Zere (signed)
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Al Zere (signed)
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The Black Baron: Part 3
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Vernon Henkel
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Vernon Henkel
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Sir Neville battles a panther.

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"After Skookie is frightened by a mad dog, Hal Thompson rescues him from the hanging wire."
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Ed Wheelan
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Ed Wheelan
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"I haven't read it yet, but you're welcome to it Mickey- I'm still reading another book!"
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J. P. McEvoy
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J. H. Striebel
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"This is the best amateur ice carnival I've ever seen Mrs. Finn!!"
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Lank Leonard (signed)
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Lank Leonard (signed)
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The Man Who Broke a World's Record and Lost!
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Bob Zuppke
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B. W. DePew
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Monte Barret
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Russell E. Ross
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Published March 1939 by Quality Comics
Rube Goldberg
Rube Goldberg
Ed Cronin
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Rube Goldberg
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Rube Goldberg
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Ed Cronin

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Episode 18
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Ed Wheelan
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Ed Wheelan
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Lank Leonard
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Lank Leonard
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Ham Fisher
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Ham Fisher
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Bob Zuppke
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B. W. Depew
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Monte Barrett
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Russell E. Ross
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J. P. McEvoy
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J. H. Striebel
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H. J. Tuthill
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H. J. Tuthill
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Episode 18
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John J. Welch
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John J. Welch
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George Marcoux
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George Marcoux
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George Brenner
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George Brenner
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Montecourt [Part 1]
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Vernon Henkel
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Vernon Henkel
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Will Eisner [as Bud Thomas]
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Will Eisner [as Bud Thomas]
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Will Eisner [as Will Erwin]
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Will Eisner [as Will Erwin]
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Stan Asch
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Stan Asch
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Art Pinajian
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Art Pinajian
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Frank Frollo
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Frank Frollo
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William Sakren
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William Sakren
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Monte Barret
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Russell E. Ross
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"It's amazin' Ali !!"
Ham Fisher
Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
Lank Leonard
""It's amazin' Ali !!""
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"It's amazin' Ali !!"
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Ham Fisher
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Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
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Lank Leonard
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""It's amazin' Ali !!""

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"As Minnie Kelvie now learns the secret of Seth Kriner's newly found riches"
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Monte Barrett
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Russell E. Ross
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The Poisoned Chocolates
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William A. Smith
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William A. Smith
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Captain Cook's vacation is interupted when he's summoned back to London to track down the Candy Killer.

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Count Hackula
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Will Eisner [as Bud Thomas]
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Will Eisner [as Bud Thomas]
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Archie is bitten by a jitterbug and turned into a jive turkey.

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Montecourt: Part 2
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Vernon Henkel
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Vernon Henkel
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When de Rochemont is sentenced to death, his troops try to free him. Neville is separated from Montecourt's men and ends up plunging into the sea to escape death.

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Episode 19
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John J. Welch
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John J. Welch
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"Less than a minute to play, Coach- Send me in!"
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Bob Zuppke
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B. W. Depew
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Pug Pratt, Fight Fixer
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George E. Brenner (signed)
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George E. Brenner (signed)
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Pug Pratt and his gang want Danny to throw his first match.

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"Learn to ride indoors"
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J. P. McEvoy
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J. H. Striebel
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Propaganda In Panama
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Will Eisner [as Will Erwin]
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Will Eisner [as Will Erwin]
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Enemies of America try to take over the Panama Canal.

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Episode 19
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Ed Wheelan
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Ed Wheelan
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The Emerald Robbery
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Frank Frollo
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Frank Frollo
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Joan Devrille asks Manners to accompany her to France to guard her emerald.

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"Men this war with Rusty's gang is a war t'end wars"
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George Marcoux
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George Marcoux
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"Do Not Harm the Birds"
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William Sakren
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William Sakren
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"Vincent, Our party's dull"
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Rube Goldberg
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Rube Goldberg
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Murder At a Lumber Camp
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Art Pinajian
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Art Pinajian
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Raynolds searches out murder in a lumber camp.

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Neighbor's Day
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H. J. Tuthill
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H. J. Tuthill
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"Gosh Uncle Phil-- is Ink Higgins the cartoonist really gonna draw you picture?"
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Lank Leonard; Morris Weiss [as Ink Higgins] (assistant)
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Lank Leonard; Morris Weiss [as Ink Higgins] (assistant)
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Monte Barret
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Russell E. Ross
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The Head that Changed Bodies!
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John Hix (signed)
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John Hix (signed)
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Allenby's Conquest of Jerusalem
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John Hix (signed)
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John Hix (signed)
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The Run that Crushed Germany's Dr. Otto Peltzer
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Bob Zuppke
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B. W. DePew
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Published May 1939 by Quality Comics
"T-they've gone!"
Ham Fisher
Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
Ed Cronin
Joe Palooka; Little Tommy
""T-they've gone!""
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"T-they've gone!"
Writer
Ham Fisher
Interior Art
Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
Cover Art
Ed Cronin
Character Appearances
Joe Palooka; Little Tommy
Storyline
""T-they've gone!""

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The Tuvanian Munitions Plot
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Will Eisner [as Will Erwin]
Pencils
Will Eisner [as Will Erwin]
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Tuvania tries to but an American arms manufacturer, planning to sabotage their own plant. Black X gets a job at the plant, but his identity is made and Pigiron tries to toss him into a vat of molten metal.

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"Ah, a nice bracelet - What is the price?"
Script
Monte Barrett (signed)
Pencils
Russell E. Ross (Signed)
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The East Wing
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Will Eisner [as Bud Thomas]
Pencils
Will Eisner [as Bud Thomas]
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Archie wants to investigate the east wing of the castle that is supposed to be haunted.

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A Helping Hand
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H. J. Tuthill
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H. J. Tuthill
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The Deserter
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Art Pinajian
Pencils
Art Pinajian
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Sgt Reynolds tracks down Harry Wells an ex mountie who deserted rather than arrest his ne'er do well brother.

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Episode 20
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Ed Wheelan
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Ed Wheelan
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"Boy! I've cert'ny been waitin' a long time for that picture!"
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George Marcoux (signed)
Pencils
George Marcoux
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Bill Sakren
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Bill Sakren
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Robbery At the Acme Diamond Company
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George E. Brenner (signed)
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George E. Brenner (signed)
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Boss Marco gets the drop on the Clock, unmasking him, and threatening to reveal his identity to the public. Fortunately, as Marco and his gang leave the scene, their car exploded from a container of nitro glycerin.

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"Aunt Lala- Bud and Stuart and two of my sorority sisters are coming for the weekend!"
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Rube Goldberg
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Rube Goldberg
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The Scarab Curse
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William A. Smith
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William A. Smith
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"I told you I don't want to go to the party"
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J. P. McEvoy
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J. H. Striebel
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Episode 20
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John J. Welch
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John J. Welch
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Battle At Sea
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Vernon Henkel
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Vernon Henkel
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Neville is rescued by Sir Raymond, returning from Cyprus. Then they are captured by Arab seamen, whose ship is then sunk, leaving Neville and Lady Alice marooned on an unknown beach.

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"If you can hold the alumni this time, we've got 'em, Bud-"
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Bob Zuppke
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B. Walt Depew
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Mr. Goetz and the Counterfeiters
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Frank Frollo
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Frank Frollo
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Goetz rents a creepy little house in the woods to get himself in the mood to write a mystery story, only to find bank robbers are using it as a hideout.

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"But Uncle Phil- I was gonna hire a friend of mine, a Mr. Murphy, to do it-"
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Lank Leonard
Pencils
Lank Leonard
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