|Re-upload by prime user in cbr format to correct Preview feature error.
Original scans and upload by Darwination. This is the same book as before. If you already have this you don't need to download it.
You can also get the entire book from the MEDIAFIRE LINK above.
Scanned by Darwination (a McCoy edit).
Here's the best links I've found for background information:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fawcett_Publications <--begins with info on it
http://www.aboutcomics.com/cbwb.html <---blurb from about comics re: the one reprint issue they did.
http://www.compedit.com/whiz_bang.htm <----a short academic sort of survey of the mag
When I scanned it, I was bummed there were no pictures or toons, but I was surprised to find myself laughing the whole way through. The language is incredibly rich - a mix of high and low, and some of the jokes are terribly funny. PC sensibilities might get wounded because of some racist material, but I get tired of saying things like that because it's just History, warts and all. I also like the idea that this little roughshod publication launched an empire, Fawcett's mags from the 30s are amazingly well done, and, of course, their comics are a great mix of fun and intellegent stories...