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Fixed page numbers to correct page sequence viewing error
Original upload by darkmark
Issue: #22
Published: February 1946, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 52, Editing:
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age US Paper Stock: Newsprint Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Credits: Pencils: Jim Tyer | Inks: Jim Tyer | Letters: Jim Tyer
Genre: Humor Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Supermouse Aesop Oki Nanny Spunky Oscar Owl Tuffy

Comic Story (9 pages)
Featuring: Supermouse
Credits: Pencils: Al Hubbard | Inks: Al Hubbard | Letters: Tubby Millar
Genre: Humor Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Supermouse Superturtle

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Fritz
Credits: Pencils: Owen Fitzgerald | Inks: Owen Fitzgerald | Letters: Tubby Millar
Genre: Humor Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Fritz

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Tuffy
Credits: Script: Jack Bradbury (signed) | Pencils: Jack Bradbury (signed) | Inks: Jack Bradbury (signed) | Letters: Tubby Millar
Genre: Humor Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Tuffy

Text Story (2 pages) Ferdinand's Fun Festival
Credits: Script: Alexander Samalman (credited) | Pencils: Jim Tyer (illustration) | Inks: Jim Tyer (illustration) | Letters: typeset
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals

Comic Story (1 page)
Featuring: Oki Nanny
Synopsis: Oki Nanny is a goat that the Japanese consider a "secret weapon." However, after eating some "Delayed Action Bomb[s] U.S.A.," the goat explodes and winds up in Hell with its Japanese masters, to the amusement of Hitler (who's already there).
Credits: Pencils: Dan Gordon | Inks: Dan Gordon | Letters: Dan Gordon ?
Genre: Humor Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Oki Nanny Japanese Soldiers Satan Adolf Hitler

Comic Story (1 page)
Featuring: Aesop
Credits: Pencils: Jim Tyer | Inks: Jim Tyer | Letters: Jim Tyer ?
Genre: Humor Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Aesop (dog)

Comic Story (7 pages) "The Pronto Kid"
Featuring: Spunky
Synopsis: Spunky, a human cowboy, meets talking horse Stanley and they become partners.
Credits: Script: Jack Bradbury (signed) | Pencils: Jack Bradbury (signed) | Inks: Jack Bradbury (signed) | Letters: Tubby Millar
Genre: Humor Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Spunky Stanley

Text Story (1 page) Freddy Bear, Cowboy
Credits: Script: Donald Bayne Hobart (credited) | Pencils: Jim Tyer (illustration) | Inks: Jim Tyer (illustration) | Letters: typeset

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Oscar Owl
Credits: Script: Hube Karp | Pencils: Manuel Perez | Inks: Manuel Perez | Letters: Tubby Millar
Genre: Humor Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Oscar Owl

Comic Story (1 page)
Featuring: Penny
Credits: Pencils: Tony Loeb | Inks: Tony Loeb
Genre: Humor Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Penny Penguin

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Gilbert
Credits: Script: Hubie Karp | Pencils: Curt Perkins | Inks: Curt Perkins | Letters: Tubby Millar
Genre: Humor Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Gilbert

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