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A complete paper scan of a book in my collection; 300 DPI; images raw other than straightening and cropping
Issue: #7
Published: December 1945, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing:
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U. S. Paper Stock: Newsprint Binding: Saddle-Stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Credits: Pencils: Victor PazmiƱo
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals

Comic Story (6 pages) Chicken Hearted
Credits: Script: Jack Cosgriff | Pencils: Harris Steinbrook | Inks: Harris Steinbrook
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals

Comic Story (6 pages) Hennery Hound
Synopsis: Hennery can't get any peace and quiet after a noisy day working at the factory. Even the Library proves too loud. He tries a cemetary, but ghosts pester him. He finds his solution getting locked up in the county jail.
Credits: Pencils: Jim Tyer [as J.T.] (signed) | Inks: Jim Tyer [as J.T.] (signed) | Letters: Jim Tyer [as J.T.] (signed)
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Hennery Hound

Comic Story (6 pages) Rollo Rabbit
Synopsis: Rollo Rabbit crashes his car into Bull Dog's, wrecking both vehicles. Fearing Bull Dog's wrath, Rollo tries his best to get arrested, figuring the safest place to hide from Bull Dog is in prison. Despite his best efforts, Rollo can't get arrested. In the end, he learns that Bull Dog is happy due to a favorable insurance settlement. Once Rollo stops making efforts, though, he is arrested and in jail in no time.
Credits: Pencils: Jim Tyer | Inks: Jim Tyer | Letters: Jim Tyer
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Rollo Rabbit

Comic Story (2 pages) Wilbur
Synopsis: Wilbur steals an apple from the fruit vendor, beginning a chase that goes all over town. After an exhausting get-away, Wilbur sets down to enjoy his ill-gotten gains, only to see a worm staring at him from the apple.
Credits: Pencils: Harris Steinbrook? | Inks: Harris Steinbrook?
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Wilbur

Comic Story (6 pages) Boris Bear and Sonny
Synopsis: Boris is told by his doctor that he needs a vacation, so Boris and his son Sonny go out West. When they encounter some Indians whom Boris mistakes as hostile, Boris' health suffers. They turn out to be friendly, but Boris won't be coming home from vacation well rested.
Credits: Pencils: Thurston Harper [as T. Harper] (signed) | Inks: Thurston Harper [as T. Harper] (signed)
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Boris Bear Sonny

Comic Story (6 pages) Trembly Tim
Synopsis: Tim was such a small mouse that everybody pushed him around. Professor Kluck offers Tim a potion which transforms him into a big, strong mouse. Tim goes about trying to use his power for good, but inevitably fails at being a hero. However, Tim must face an armed robber, but his potion fades just after defeating the villain, and he must drag the bad guy to justice with his former tiny body.
Credits: Pencils: Jim Tyer [as J.T.] (signed) | Inks: Jim Tyer [as J.T.] (signed)
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Trembly Tim Professor Kluck

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