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C2C upgrade
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Fixed by staff to have the cover appear first in the Preview feature.
-Yoc

25-August-2013 2:37 am
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Username: lrek
Comment: ...or not.
25-August-2013 4:41 am
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Username: freddyfly
Comment: 'preview' now works ok, but the cover-thumbnail remains as it was before unless they do a complete new upload
25-August-2013 4:54 pm
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Username: lrek
Comment: There y'go.
 
 

Issue: #15
Published: December 1938, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 68, Editing: Ed Cronin
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U. S. Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Featuring: Joe Palooka
Credits: Pencils: Ed Cronin | Inks: Ed Cronin
Genre: Sports
Characters: Joe Palooka Knobby

Comic Story (5 pages) "You sure ya know how to handle this thing?"
Featuring: Joe Palooka
Credits: Script: Mo Leff [as Ham Fisher] (ghost) | Pencils: Mo Leff [as Ham Fisher] (ghost) | Inks: Mo Leff [as Ham Fisher] (ghost)
Genre: Sports

Comic Story (4 pages) The Black Baron: Part 1
Featuring: Gallant Knight
Synopsis: Traveling far from home, Neville defends a lonely castle from strange invaders.
Credits: Script: Vernon Henkel | Pencils: Vernon Henkel | Inks: Vernon Henkel
Genre: Historical
Characters: Sir Neville

Comic Story (2 pages) "Jane is on the trail of a crook posing as a jeweler"
Featuring: Jane Arden
Credits: Script: Monte Barrett | Pencils: Russell E. Ross | Inks: Russell E. Ross
Genre: Drama

Comic Story (2 pages) "You mean my hat?"
Featuring: Lena Pry
Credits: Script: Monte Barrett | Pencils: Russell E. Ross | Inks: Russell E. Ross
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (4 pages) John Barr, Escaped Convict
Featuring: Reynolds of the Mounted
Credits: Script: Art Pinajian | Pencils: Art Pinajian | Inks: Art Pinajian
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Sgt. Jim Reynolds, RCMP

Comic Story (2 pages) "Oh--It's awful Dad! I heard Myra tell Tex Roper I was no boy friend of hers"
Featuring: Big Top
Credits: Script: Ed Wheelan | Pencils: Ed Wheelan | Inks: Ed Wheelan
Genre: Adventure Drama
Characters: Hal Myra Tex Roper

Comic Story (2 pages) "$3,478,602,412.02 Tsk- This is terrible, awful, it will never do!"
Featuring: Archie O'Toole
Synopsis: Archie goes to America to seek out a loan for his country, Pyromania. He finds it by signing advertising endorsements.
Credits: Script: Will Eisner [as Bud Thomas] | Pencils: Will Eisner [as Bud Thomas] | Inks: Will Eisner [as Bud Thomas]
Genre: Humor Children
Characters: Archie O'Toole

Cartoon (1 page) "I was slow today, so the warden made me do some home work!"
Featuring: Off the Record
Credits: Script: Ed Reed | Pencils: Ed Reed | Inks: Ed Reed
Genre: Humor Non-fiction

Comic Story (3 pages) "What a nice day- The air is so --"
Featuring: The Bungle Family
Credits: Script: Harry J. Tuthill [as H. J. Tuthill] | Pencils: Harry J. Tuthill [as H. J. Tuthill] | Inks: Harry J. Tuthill [as H. J. Tuthill]
Genre: Humor

Cartoon (1 page) Joshua Barney
Featuring: Strange as It Seems
Credits: Script: John Hix | Pencils: John Hix | Inks: John Hix
Genre: Non-fiction

Comic Story (5 pages) Framing the Clock
Featuring: The Clock
Synopsis: Tony Malta tries to frame the Clock for murder.
Credits: Script: George Brenner | Pencils: George Brenner | Inks: George Brenner
Genre: Superhero
Characters: The Clock [Brian O'Brien] Captain Kane Tony Malta (villain) Jake

Cartoon (1 page) How the Underdog Chewed the Mighty Gopher!
Featuring: They're Still Talking
Credits: Script: Bob Zuppke | Pencils: Benjamin Walter Depew [as B. W. DePew] | Inks: Benjamin Walter Depew [as B. W. DePew]
Genre: Sports

Comic Story (4 pages) "Lala our Happy Holiday Helpers benefit is a big success!"
Featuring: Lala Palooza
Credits: Script: Rube Goldberg | Pencils: Rube Goldberg | Inks: Rube Goldberg
Genre: Humor

Cartoon (1 page) "Y'see I don't aim to take any risky chances!"
Featuring: Off the Record
Credits: Script: Ed Reed | Pencils: Ed Reed | Inks: Ed Reed
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (4 pages) "There goes your friend Bludgeon, Bud"
Featuring: Ned Brant
Credits: Script: Bob Zuppke | Pencils: Benjamin Walter Depew [as R. W. DePew] | Inks: Benjamin Walter Depew [as R. W. DePew]
Genre: Sports

Comic Story (1 page) "Gran pa was school hard for you?"
Featuring: Toddy
Credits: Script: George Marcoux | Pencils: George Marcoux | Inks: George Marcoux
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (1 page) "Flossie stop asking questions"
Featuring: Flossie
Credits: Script: Al Zere | Pencils: Al Zere | Inks: Al Zere
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (4 pages) "Major Murdock, I've called you in because regular diplomatic channels have failed me--"
Featuring: Espionage
Synopsis: A foreign pirate submarine is sinking American ships and trying to drag the US into war.
Credits: Script: Will Eisner [as Will Erwin] | Pencils: Will Eisner [as Will Erwin] | Inks: Will Eisner [as Will Erwin]
Genre: Spy
Characters: Black X Major Murdock Joshua Hawkins Count Rokk (villain)

Comic Story (2 pages) "Benton, Slim and Tubby think they'll be lynched for a crime they didn't commit"
Featuring: Slim and Tubby
Credits: Script: John Welch | Pencils: John Welch | Inks: John Welch
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Bullet Benton Slim Tubby

Text Story (2 pages) The Barbarian
Credits: Script: Robert Hyatt | Pencils: Edward Cronin (illustration) | Inks: Edward Cronin (illustration) | Letters: typeset
Characters: Konar The Barbarian (first Appearance)

Cartoon (1 page) The Most Expensive Advice In History
Featuring: Strange as It Seems
Credits: Script: John Hix | Pencils: John Hix | Inks: John Hix
Genre: Non-fiction

Comic Story (3 pages) "And now we come to the morning exercises"
Featuring: Dixie Dugan
Credits: Script: J. P. McEvoy | Pencils: John H. Striebel [as J. H. Striebel] | Inks: John H. Striebel [as J. H. Striebel]
Genre: Drama

Comic Story (2 pages) After a nip and tuck battle, the teams of Cliffside and Colt are fighting to break a tie"
Featuring: Clip Chance at Cliffside
Credits: Script: George Brenner [as Scott Sheridan] | Pencils: George Brenner [as Scott Sheridan] | Inks: George Brenner [as Scott Sheridan]
Genre: Sports

Comic Story (4 pages) "How did they run him for alderman?"
Featuring: Mickey Finn
Credits: Script: Lank Leonard | Pencils: Lank Leonard; Morris Weiss | Inks: Lank Leonard; Morris Weiss
Genre: Humor

  The data in the above section is courtesy of the Grand Comics Database™ under a Creative Commons Attribution License.


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