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Digital picture scans - c2c scan
Very nice quality considering they are from a digital camera and not a scanner.
Nicely done!

-Yoc

7-September-2011 10:46 pm
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Username: colescomics
Comment: I agree! Nicely done, especially for a digital camera. Many thanks!
 
 

Volume: #1, Issue: #2
Published: December 1936, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 68, Editing: William Cook
Color: Color Cover; Black & White And Color Interior Dimensions: Standard Golden Age US Paper Stock: Paper Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
Notes: Funny PICTURE STORIES is published monthly by Comics Magazine Company, Inc., 420 DeSoto Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. Editorial Office, 11 West 42nd Street, New York, N. Y. Application for second class entry pending at post office, St. Louis, Mo., under the Act of March 3rd, 1879. Subscription price: One (1) year, 12 issues, in the United States and its Possessions, and Canada, $1.00. Single Copies, 10 cents. All subscriptions and correspondence should be addressed to this magazine at 11 West 42nd Street, New York, N. Y. The Publishers accept no responsibility for unsolicited drawings or manuscripts, but will exercise due care in handling same. Drawings and manuscripts to receive consideration must be accompanied by postage sufficient to ensure their return to owner. This magazine printed in U. S. A. and entire contents copyrighted 1936 by Comics Magazine Company, Inc. For advertising rates address William J. Delaney, Eastern Representative, 420 Lexington Avenue, New York, N. Y. or T. W. Farrell, Western Representative, 180 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Ill.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) The Spinner Talks
Credits: Pencils: William Allison [as W. M. Allison] | Inks: William Allison [as W. M. Allison]
Genre: Detective-mystery

Credits, Title Page (1 page) Contents (all Stories Complete)
Synopsis: Quoted synopses for the various features in this index are all taken from this page.

Comic Story (7 pages) Hare and Hound (A story in which the Clock has two faces.)
Featuring: The Clock
Synopsis: "The Clock again! A sinister figure of mystery. The police want to know his name." (from contents page)
Credits: Script: George Brenner [as George E. Brenner] | Pencils: George Brenner [as George E. Brenner] | Inks: George Brenner [as George E. Brenner]
Genre: Detective-mystery Superhero
Characters: The Clock

Comic Story (7 pages) Daughter of the Apes
Featuring: Brailey of the Tropics
Synopsis: Brailey encounters a girl raised by baboons and reunites her with her father.
Credits: Script: Victor J. Dowling (credited) | Pencils: Victor J. Dowling (credited) | Inks: Victor J. Dowling (credited)
Genre: Adventure Jungle
Characters: Joe Brailey Banda Zuni (mandrill) Chakka (mandrill) Betty

Comic Story (7 pages) Smuggled Toys
Featuring: Rat Larson
Synopsis: "Inspector Scott took the trail in Chinatown and it lead to the stamping ground of Rat Larson, hoodlum of the high seas and China coast." (from contents page)
Credits: Script: John Patterson [as John A. Patterson] | Pencils: John Patterson [as John A. Patterson] | Inks: John Patterson [as John A. Patterson]
Genre: Detective-mystery

Promo (ad From The Publisher) (1 page)
Featuring: Funny Picture Stories
Synopsis: FUNNY PICTURE STORIES Magazine is not all humor by any means. This is the magazine that readers of the popular FUNNY PAGES have asked for. Magazine fans the world over have waited for this-- Stories Complete in Pictures. And now you can read and see the action, the drama, the thrilling clashes of the hero who fights his way to glory in the tropics, the frozen north, the great west.
Credits: Letters: typeset

Comic Story (8 pages) Easy Job
Synopsis: "He said his name was "Free" Smith and he smoked his way into their confidence. A yarn about the Coast Guard--and revenue men." (from contents page)
Credits: Script: Joe E. Buresch | Pencils: Joe E. Buresch | Inks: Joe E. Buresch
Genre: Detective-mystery

Comic Story (8 pages) Buckaroo Brand (A Complete Novelet)
Synopsis: "A puncher wins a spread and a herd with the turn of a card, and--it brings him and his partner face to face with Red River Brent of the rustler bunch." (from contents page)
Credits: Script: Buck Ringoe | Pencils: William Allison [as W. M. Allison] | Inks: William Allison [as W. M. Allison]
Genre: Western-frontier

Comic Story (6 pages) The Monster Man
Featuring: Dick Kent
Synopsis: "A new Dick Kent yarn. Here Dick stacks his life against the death mania of a madman."
Credits: Script: Art Pinajian [as Arthur Pinajian] | Pencils: Art Pinajian [as Arthur Pinajian] | Inks: Art Pinajian [as Arthur Pinajian]
Characters: Dick Kent Professor Buck

Text Story (2 pages) Battling Beau Brummel
Credits: Script: Malcolm Bruce | Letters: typeset
Genre: Adventure

Comic Story (10 pages) The Christmas Kid (A Complete Novelet)
Featuring: The Spinner
Synopsis: "A great story of gold and snow and men gone "beasts" in Alaska, wherein the Kid swaps lead with a killer pack." (from contents page)
Credits: Script: Bert Christman | Pencils: Bert Christman | Inks: Bert Christman
Genre: Adventure

Comic Story (8 pages) The Red Raider
Synopsis: "Hill tribes swarm on the outpost like wolves to a slaughter, but Lieutenant "Smoky" Battle led his bullettieres with Yankee courage to dare the Rango chief." (from contents page)
Credits: Script: E. McD. Moore, Jr. | Pencils: E. McD. Moore, Jr. | Inks: E. McD. Moore, Jr.
Genre: Adventure

Promo (ad From The Publisher) (1 page)
Synopsis: Ad for Detective Picture Stories v1#1 (December 1936, same cover date as this issue).
Credits: Pencils: William Allison | Inks: William Allison | Letters: typeset

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