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52 pages, C2C Original scanner unknown. Found online.

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Issue: #128
Published: 1946, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 52, Editing:
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U.S.; Standard Silver Age U.S. Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
Notes: Indicia title is "SANTA CLAUS FUNNIES, No. 128". No code number. Copyright 1946 by Oskar Lebeck.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) Santa Claus Funnies
Credits: Pencils: Morris Gollub ? | Inks: Morris Gollub ?
Characters: Santa Claus

Comic Story (1 page) Elf in Jack-in-Box
Featuring: [Santa Claus]
Synopsis: Santa mistakenly puts an elf in a jack-in-the-box.
Credits: Pencils: Dan Noonan ? | Inks: Dan Noonan ?
Genre: Fantasy
Characters: Santa Claus

Comic Story (26 pages) Santa and the Angel
Synopsis: A group of angel babies are busy polishing the stars in preparation for Christmas. The littlest one becomes tired and falls asleep on a cloud that slowly drifts to Earth and lands in the middle of a snow-covered forest. The angel baby, who is naked, is cold and frightened and starts to cry. This attracts the animals of the forest who huddle around him to keep him warm. The animals decide to take him to the cabin of a woodchopper and his wife, who live at the edge of the forest. It is Christmas Eve and just as the animals reach the house, Santa and his reindeer arrive. The forest animals scatter, but it turns out that Santa knows who the angel is, because "Everybody in heaven has been looking for you." After climbing down the chimney and giving the woodchopper's family its gifts, Santa takes the little angel back to Heaven as the forest animals watch in wonder.
Credits: Script: Oskar Lebeck | Pencils: Morris Gollub | Inks: Morris Gollub
Genre: Fantasy
Characters: Santa Claus Santa's Reindeer (Donner Dasher Prancer Vixen Comet Cupid Dancer Blitzen) (cameo)

Activity (4 pages) Christ is Born: A Christmas Play
Synopsis: Short play of the Nativity story.
Credits: Pencils: Dan Noonan | Inks: Dan Noonan

Comic Story (9 pages) To Santa's Rescue
Synopsis: Tom Felding drives the "Dover Mail" stagecoach from London in a snowstorm on Christmas Eve. Along the way he is flagged down by Santa Claus, whose sled has a broken runner. Tom and six passengers from the stagecoach help Santa fix the sled runner and be on his way.
Credits: Script: Dan Noonan (signed) | Pencils: Dan Noonan (signed) | Inks: Dan Noonan (signed)
Genre: Fantasy
Characters: Santa Claus Tom Felding

Comic Story (2 pages) Santa's Reindeer
Synopsis: While waiting for Santa to make a delivery, one of his reindeer talks through a window to a child in his bed.
Credits: Pencils: Dan Noonan | Inks: Dan Noonan
Genre: Fantasy
Characters: Santa Claus Donner Dasher Prancer Vixen Comet Cupid Dancer Blitzen

Comic Story (7 pages) A Mouse in the House
Featuring: [Santa Claus]
Synopsis: Returning from his night's work, Santa finds a mouse in his beard while getting ready for bed. He lets the mouse stay for the evening.
Credits: Script: Walt Kelly | Pencils: Walt Kelly | Inks: Walt Kelly
Genre: Fantasy
Characters: Santa Claus

Activity (1 page) Santa's torn sack
Synopsis: Santa's bag has torn and the toys have spilled. The reader is to find the toys hidden in the illustration and list them.
Credits: Pencils: Dan Noonan ? | Inks: Dan Noonan ? | Letters: typeset
Characters: Santa Claus

Text Story (1 page) O Come, Little Children
Credits: Pencils: Morris Gollub ? | Inks: Morris Gollub ?

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