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This is the 1943 (?) humour version of this title.
It is NOT the same as the 1941 series version in the Yankee Comics section.
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From the JVJ Collection -
scans by rangerhouse,
edits by Yoc
Published: circa 1943, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 68, Editing:
Color: Color Dimensions: Digest Size (5" X 7 1/4") Paper Stock: Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format:
Notes: This entire book was created and produced by Harry "A" Chesler Jr. Features Syndicate.
Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Credits: Pencils: Gus Ricca ? | Inks: Gus Ricca ?
Genre: Humor; Military

Cartoon (1 page) "Oh well, it could be worse"
Credits: Pencils: Jack Cole ? | Inks: Jack Cole ?
Genre: Humor; Military

Foreword, Introduction, Preface, Afterword (0 pages) "After you have read this publication send it to your son, brother, sweetheart or boyfriend in the service."
Credits: Letters: typeset

Text Article (1 page) Yankee Comics
Synopsis: Article stating that humor is not disrespectful to the men and women in the armed forces during the war.
Credits: Letters: typeset

Cartoon (1 page) "Dugan's Bakery"
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor

Cartoon (1 page) "Sure I'll trade with you"
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (2 pages) "Help the Poor"
Credits: Pencils: Bob Wood ? | Inks: Bob Wood ?
Genre: Humor
Characters: King Kole

Comic Story (1 page) "Scram bum!"
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor; Military

Comic Story (1 page) "Calling all cars"
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (1 page) "I'll get in this man's army by hook or by crook"
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor; Military; Western-frontier
Characters: Lonesome Luke

Comic Story (1 page) "We're a roamin in Wyomin"
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor; Western-frontier

Comic Story (4 pages) Secret Agent B.O.
Credits: Script: Jack Cole ? | Pencils: Jack Cole; ? | Inks: Jack Cole; ?
Genre: Humor; Detective-mystery
Characters: Ima Slooth; Gyp the Dip

Comic Story (1 page) "Bop!"
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor
Characters: Joe McGee

Cartoon (1 page) "I've got an awful inferiority complex!"
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor

Text Story (1 page) Sick Call
Synopsis: Comic poem with one illustration at top of page.
Credits: Script: Cpl. Bill Harr | Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers | Letters: typeset
Genre: Humor; Military

Comic Story (1 page) "This pool's awful hard, Warden"
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor
Characters: Nutty Fagin

Comic Story (2 pages) "Heck!"
Credits: Pencils: Ferd Johnson (signed) | Inks: Ferd Johnson (signed)
Genre: Humor; Children
Characters: Dot; Dash

Comic Story (2 pages) "E Z Flop Mattress Co"
Credits: Script: Bob McCay [as Winsor McCay, Jr.] (signed) | Pencils: Bob McCay [as Winsor McCay, Jr.] (signed) | Inks: Bob McCay [as Winsor McCay, Jr.] (signed) | Colours: Bob McCay ? | Letters: Bob McCay
Genre: Humor
Characters: Impy

Comic Story (1 page) "What th--"
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor
Characters: Joe Ticket

Comic Story (1 page) "Sign painter"
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor
Characters: Jack Potts

Comic Story (2 pages) "Beano bambo"
Credits: Script: Russell Keaton ? | Pencils: Russell Keaton (signed) | Inks: Russell Keaton (signed)
Genre: Humor; Children
Characters: Tom; Dick; Mary

Comic Story (1 page) "Shut Up"
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor; Military
Characters: Private Bill; Sgt.

Comic Story (1 page) "A bug"
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor; Military
Characters: Private Bill

Comic Story (1 page) "Who was the great French general in World War I?"
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor; Military
Characters: Private Bill

Comic Story (1 page) "You're in the Army now"
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor; Military
Characters: Private Bill

Comic Story (1 page) "A nut"
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor; Military
Characters: Private Bill

Text Story (1 page) The Rumor Cycle
Synopsis: Humorous poem with one illustration at top of page.
Credits: Script: Cpl. Bill Harr | Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers | Letters: typeset
Genre: Humor; Military

Cartoon (2 pages) "I want something dark to make me look thin"
Credits: Script: Dick Ryan | Pencils: Dick Ryan | Inks: Dick Ryan
Genre: Humor; Anthropomorphic-funny Animals

Comic Story (1 page) "Now that I've got you in the car, Gramps"
Credits: Pencils: Charles Biro ? | Inks: Charles Biro ?
Genre: Humor
Characters: Foxy Grandpa; Willerby

Comic Story (1 page) "Hohum--I'll stop this morning hike"
Credits: Pencils: Charles Biro ? | Inks: Charles Biro ?
Genre: Humor
Characters: Grandpa; butler

Comic Story (1 page) "Tsk! Tsk! Tsk!"
Credits: Pencils: Charles Biro ? | Inks: Charles Biro ?
Genre: Humor
Characters: Grandpa; butler

Comic Story (1 page) "Why you, you--pestomaniac"
Credits: Pencils: Charles Biro ? | Inks: Charles Biro ?
Genre: Humor
Characters: Grandpa; butler; maid; doctor

Comic Story (1 page) "I'll give you an extra ten dollars"
Credits: Pencils: Charles Biro ? | Inks: Charles Biro ?
Genre: Humor
Characters: Grandpa; painter

Comic Story (1 page) "C'mon Parks we're going hunting"
Credits: Pencils: Charles Biro ? | Inks: Charles Biro ?
Genre: Humor
Characters: Grandpa; Parks the butler

Comic Story (1 page) "How do I look, Parks?"
Credits: Pencils: Charles Biro ? | Inks: Charles Biro ?
Genre: Humor
Characters: Grandpa; Parks the butler

Comic Story (1 page) "Don't try to pull any fast ones on me"
Credits: Pencils: Charles Biro ? | Inks: Charles Biro ?
Genre: Humor
Characters: Grandpa; contractor

Comic Story (1 page) "Gramps, throw me the hammer!"
Credits: Pencils: Charles Biro ? | Inks: Charles Biro ?
Genre: Humor
Characters: Grandpa; contractor

Comic Story (1 page) "Gosh, you fellas are working hard"
Credits: Pencils: Charles Biro ? | Inks: Charles Biro ?
Genre: Humor
Characters: Grandpa; builders

Comic Story (1 page) "Your doing a fine job around here"
Credits: Pencils: Charles Biro ? | Inks: Charles Biro ?
Genre: Humor
Characters: Grandpa; builders

Comic Story (1 page) "Just a minute!"
Credits: Pencils: Charles Biro ? | Inks: Charles Biro ?
Genre: Humor
Characters: Grandpa; builders

Comic Story (1 page) "Well of all things, it's snowing!"
Credits: Pencils: Charles Biro ? | Inks: Charles Biro ?
Genre: Humor
Characters: Grandpa; grandchildren; builders

Comic Story (1 page) "It looks like it's finished"
Credits: Pencils: Charles Biro ? | Inks: Charles Biro ?
Genre: Humor
Characters: Grandpa; builder

Comic Story (1 page) "Hey, what're you doin' there?"
Credits: Pencils: Charles Biro ? | Inks: Charles Biro ?
Genre: Humor
Characters: Grandpa; builder

Cartoon (1 page) "I know a slick way to put pop bottle tops on!"
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor; Children; Military

Text Story (1 page) Wacky Rhymes
Synopsis: Humorous poem with one illustration at top.
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers | Letters: typeset
Genre: Humor; Military

Comic Story (1 page) "What's your job, sailor?"
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor; Military

Comic Story (1 page) "C'mon Joe not much more to go"
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor; Military
Characters: Riggin' Bill; Joe

Comic Story (1 page) "Somebody wants you on the phone, sir!"
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor; Military
Characters: Riggin' Bill; officer

Comic Story (1 page) "Fill her up!"
Credits: Pencils: Jim Tyer (signed) | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor; Military
Characters: Riggin' Bill; sailor

Comic Story (1 page) "Did you mop the deck?"
Credits: Pencils: Jim Tyer (signed) | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor; Military
Characters: Riggin' Bill; officer

Text Story (1 page) Tough Guy Joe
Synopsis: Humorous poem with one illustration at top of page.
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers | Letters: typeset
Genre: Humor; Military

Comic Story (1 page) "Saddle that horse"
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor; Anthropomorphic-funny Animals; Military
Characters: Private Bill; officer

Comic Story (1 page) "Sargeant, I'll give you two bucks"
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor; Military
Characters: Private Bill; Sgt.

Comic Story (1 page) "Do you have a hobby, Sargeant?"
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor; Military
Characters: Private Bill; Sgt.

Comic Story (1 page) "I'll start with some pate de foi gras!"
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor; Military
Characters: Private Bill; cook

Cartoon (1 page) "All shore leaves cancelled!"
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor; Military

Cartoon (1 page) "It's a hangover from that jack-in-the-box I ate last night!"
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck ? | Inks: Otto Eppers ?
Genre: Humor; Anthropomorphic-funny Animals

Comic Story (1 page) "Quiet now--I think I hear a duck around here!"
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor; Animal
Characters: Spots the dog; hunter

Text Article (1 page) Your Uncle Sam Speaking
Synopsis: Text article encouraging service personnel to keep fighting for freedom.
Credits: Letters: typeset

Cartoon (1 page) "Remember Dad when I used to think the stork brought me?"
Credits: Pencils: Gus Ricca ? | Inks: Gus Ricca ?
Genre: Humor; Children

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