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NMS. And MERRY CHRISTMAS!

20-December-2013 1:17 am
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Username: Jacqueschaj
Comment: Thanks, it's a beautiful gift.
20-December-2013 2:54 am
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Username: ejpetrie
Comment: Thanks very much for the gift, and Merry Christmas to you too!
20-December-2013 7:34 pm
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Username: Pictorialist
Comment: The best Spirit section ever! A wonderful gift! Thank you! And a merry Christmas to all you graphic sequentialists!
20-December-2013 11:13 pm
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Username: attictoys
Comment: Love the Spirit and this is a Great Section!!! Thanks! And Merry Christmas to all you great scanners!!!
15-May-2017 4:03 pm
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Username: srca1941
Comment: Re: Mr. Mystic - So, the state was not only planning to execute a young boy for murder, but they were going to do it on the day after Christmas? Yeah, nothing disturbing about THAT...
 
 

Published: December 28, 1941, Price: 0.00 FREE, Pages: 16, Editing: Will Eisner
Color: Four Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age Size. Some Were Also Issued As Tabloid Size Paper Stock: Newsprint Binding: Loose Pages Or Cut-and-assemble-it-your-self Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series.
 Comic Contents:
Comic Story (8 pages) The Christmas Spirit: A Trilogy
Credits: Script: Will Eisner | Pencils: Will Eisner | Inks: Will Eisner | Colours: Joe Kubert | Letters: Sam Rosen
Genre: Adventure; Detective-mystery

Comic Story (4 pages) "You men can stay up if you like, but I'm going to bed!!"
Synopsis: Brenda tells her invited friends that she is going to bed on this Christmas Eve night and they can stay up if they wish. Hours later, two figures enter Brenda's Aunt's home and puts a "special" Christmas gift under the tree....a ticking package set to go off as twelve o'clock!
Credits: Script: Nick Cardy [as N. Viscardi and Ford Davis] (signed) | Pencils: Nick Cardy [as N. Viscardi and Ford Davis] (signed) | Inks: Nick Cardy [as N. Viscardi] (signed)
Genre: Adventure; Detective-mystery
Characters: Lady Luck [Brenda Banks]; Jim Scott; Peecolo; Chigger

Comic Story (4 pages) Boy Killer to Die Tomorrow
Synopsis: Three crime fighters investigate the case of an innocent boy sentenced to death.
Credits: Script: Bob Powell [as S. R. Powell] | Pencils: Bob Powell [as S. R. Powell] | Inks: Bob Powell [as S. R. Powell]
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Mr. Mystic; Chowderhead; Spirit; Lady Luck; Peecolo; Ebony White; Tommy Carter; Boss Morey; Sam the Stool Pigeon; Plapp; Droop

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