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C2C. My scans plus fills by dsdaboss, for which much thanks.

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Username: eubiecat
Comment: No Boody Rogers in this one, either...
 
 

Published: October 1946, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 52, Editing: Thomas DeAngelo (Managing Editor); Mart Bailey (Art Editor)
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U. S. Paper Stock: Binding: Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) "Wotta Man!"
Genre: Humor
Characters: Joe Palooka; Sparky Watts; Brass Knuckles; Slaphappy

Comic Story (6 pages) "I'm a witnuss."
Synopsis: Four unrelated stories: Joe Palooka testifies in a court case. Palooka attends a Boxing Commission dinner. Palooka is introduced to a Hollywood actress. Ann thinks that Joe and Knobby are speaking a foreign language while conversing with their boxing associates.
Credits: Script: Ham Fisher | Pencils: Ham Fisher | Inks: Ham Fisher
Genre: Humor; Sports
Characters: Joe Palooka; Judge Pattison; Gene Tunney; Col. Abe Green; Jack Dempsey; Billy Conn; Jim Braddock; Gen. Phelan; Col. Kilpatrick; Mike Jacobs; Bill Brown; Col. Harvey Miller; Knobby Walsh; Jess Willard; Miss Wenda Brader; Ann

Comic Story (6 pages) "Boy-o-boy! Am I sick (burp)"
Synopsis: Slaphappy is ill and the Doc believes a road trip is in order to cure him.
Credits: Pencils: Tom DeAngelo | Inks: Tom DeAngelo
Genre: Humor; Superhero
Characters: Sparky Watts; Slaphappy; Doc Static

Comic Story (6 pages) "Fawn Carroll, in her haste to stowaway..."
Synopsis: Skyman pilots his rocket to the moon while unknowingly carrying two stowaways.
Credits: Script: Ogden Whitney ?; Gardner Fox ? | Pencils: Ogden Whitney (signed) | Inks: Ogden Whitney (signed)
Genre: Science Fiction; Superhero
Characters: Skyman [Allan Turner]; Fawn Carroll; Pete Turner [Uncle Pete]; Alec Benson; Joan Baxter

Comic Story (5 pages) "Rather than have Esther leave her husband..."
Synopsis: Dixie tries to help Esther save her marriage by getting her interfering mother-in-law out of the house.
Credits: Script: J. P. McEvoy | Pencils: John H. Striebel | Inks: John H. Striebel
Genre: Humor; Domestic
Characters: Dixie Dugan; Esther; Fred; Fred's mother; Jackie

Comic Story (4 pages) "And then Dooperman sets off the 1000 lb. atom bomb..."
Synopsis: After Brass reads a comic book to his niece and nephew, he then dreams that he is Dooperman.
Credits: Script: Mart Bailey | Pencils: Mart Bailey [as Marty] (signed) | Inks: Mart Bailey [as Marty] (signed)
Genre: Humor; Satire-parody
Characters: Brass Knuckles; the Moon Men

Text Story (2 pages) Squire Kingsman's Front Tooth
Synopsis: A two-part story set in colonial America in 1775. Kingsman and Cuthbert engage in a boxing match at a local tavern. At some time later Cuthbert also desires the hand of Miss Dorothy, who is being courted by Kingsman.
Credits: Script: Mart Bailey | Letters: typeset
Genre: Historical; Romance; Sports
Characters: Squire Kingsman; Jamie Cuthbert; Paddy Doyle; Peter Brewer; Paul Revere; Esmeralda; Squire Holliday; Miss Dorothy

Comic Story (1 page) "G-g-gorsh, Kandy."
Synopsis: Woodchuck shows off his tan at the beach.
Credits: Script: Don Dean | Pencils: Don Dean (signed) | Inks: Don Dean (signed)
Genre: Humor
Characters: Cranberry Boggs; Kandy; Woodchuck Willie

Comic Story (1 page) "Good day, young man"
Synopsis: Boggs is hired to takes a man out fishing.
Credits: Script: Don Dean | Pencils: Don Dean (signed) | Inks: Don Dean (signed)
Genre: Humor
Characters: Cranberry Boggs; Mr. Brenner

Comic Story (5 pages) "Bo has been captured..."
Synopsis: Bo chases a cat into a haunted house where he captured by an old codger.
Credits: Script: Frank Beck | Pencils: Frank Beck | Inks: Frank Beck
Genre: Animal
Characters: Bo; Junior Green; Squinty; taxicab driver; Mr. Miller; Junior's mother; Junior's father

Comic Story (4 pages) "While Lee has gone off to help Craig..."
Synopsis: Chan investigates a plot to kidnap Dr. Hartzell.
Credits: Pencils: Alfred Andriola | Inks: Alfred Andriola
Genre: Detective-mystery
Characters: Charlie Chan; Kirk; Merry Lee; Dr. Hartzell; Lee Chan; Craig; Joe; Dr. Kari

Comic Story (1 page) "Woman at front door to see you, master--"
Synopsis: A new neighbor wants to know what she has to buy for working around the lawn.
Credits: Script: Jefferson Machamer | Pencils: Jefferson Machamer [as Jeff Machamer] (signed) | Inks: Jefferson Machamer [as Jeff Machamer] (signed) | Letters: Jefferson Machamer ?
Genre: Humor
Characters: Hollywood Husband; Bamboo; unnamed woman from next door

Comic Story (1 page) "Think'll take Laurie Ann an' go for a ride"
Synopsis: Everything that they see reminds Laurie Ann of something from the movies.
Credits: Script: Jefferson Machamer | Pencils: Jefferson Machamer [as Jeff Machamer] (signed) | Inks: Jefferson Machamer [as Jeff Machamer] (signed) | Letters: Jefferson Machamer ?
Genre: Humor
Characters: Hollywood Husband; Laurie Ann

Comic Story (6 pages) "Hello, Willyum..."
Synopsis: Babs has broken off her engagement with Tony and leaves Tokyo en route to Manila.
Credits: Script: Mart Bailey | Pencils: Mart Bailey (signed) | Inks: Mart Bailey (signed)
Genre: Adventure
Characters: Tony Trent; Willyum; Hellcat; Babs; Alice

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