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21-October-2013 5:17 pm
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Username: rangerhouse
Comment: WOW what a happy cover
22-October-2013 6:21 am
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Username: Poztron
Comment: Art is identified at GCD as Feldstein under Duncan and Brown pseudonyms, but this strikes me as pseudo-Feldstein. Yes, the headlights are lovingly rendered, but the overall feel isn't Feldstein to my eyes. YMMV.
23-October-2013 6:30 am
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Username: SCOTT
Comment: Layouts appear rushed or possibly an artist other than Feldstein?
 
 

Issue: #14
Published: June 1948, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing: Victor Fox
Color: Color Dimensions: 7 1/4" X 10 1/4" Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-Stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
Notes: Indicia: SUNNY, June, 1948, No. 14. Published bi-monthly by Fox Feature Syndicate, Inc., 221 Conyngham Ave., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Executive offices 60 E. 42nd St., New York 17, N. Y. Entered as second class matter October 3, 1947, at the post office at Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Price 10¢ per copy. Yearly subscription, in the United States and its possessions, Mexico, So. America, Spain, 75¢  including postage. $1.50 elsewhere. The publisher accepts no responsibility for unsolicited material. Copyright 1948 by Fox Feature Syndicate, Inc. Contents must not be reproduced without permission. The names of all characters that are used are fictitious. Use of a name which is the same as that of any living person is accidental. Printed in U. S. A.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Featuring: Sunny
Credits: Pencils: Al Feldstein | Inks: Al Feldstein ?
Genre: Teen
Characters: Sunny

Comic Story (9 pages) Wolves and Whistles
Featuring: Sunny
Synopsis: Sunny wants Teddy to take her to a moonlight sail party, but he doesn't have enough money for the ticket. Sunny decides they can sell the old papers in her basement, but it rains and the junk man's assistant pays for the wet papers by weight. Earlier, Sunny's mother discovered wolf whistles and is feeling suspicious of boys. She overhears the junk many accusing Teddy of being a thief over the wet papers, and forbids Sunny to see him. At the advice of Richy, Teddy tries to get Sunny's attention with a wolf whistle, but attracts the attention of Ginny instead, leading to a fight between the girls. Richy explains that Teddy was practicing a call for Sunny later on, which means that he actually has to do it to prove the story to Ginny. Ginny tries to set it up so Teddy is heard by Sunny's father. This works, but Sunny's mother is also nearby and thinks her husband was whistling after girls. She tells Sunny she can go because it's Mr. Sender she has to look out for.
Credits: Script: Al Feldstein | Pencils: Al Feldstein | Inks: Al Feldstein ?
Genre: Teen
Characters: Sunny Sender Sunny's Mother Teddy Richy Ginny Shores Sunny's Father The Devil (cameo)

Comic Story (8 pages) Evening Gown Blues
Featuring: Sunny
Synopsis: Sunny wants a new $20 dress for the prom. Her mother says that if she cleans the attic, she'll give her $5 and she can sell whatever she finds. When Teddy comes by she gets him to help her move a large desk, and they find a letter with a rare Civil War-era stamp. They look up the stamp and end up writing to Mr. Dunby of Dunby and Smellin stamp collectors. Dunby writes back valuing the stamp at $200, but Smellin hears and dashes to offer them $20 first. Teddy thinks that's low, but Sunny just wants the dress. Fortunately Dunby's letter, followed shortly by Dunby himelf, arrives and stops Smellin as he's running away. Dunby buys the stamp for $200, and we see Sunny and Teddy happy at the prom, where Sunny says she was surprised that her mother bought her the dress after Sunny gave the $200 to a children's clinic she heard about on the radio.
Credits: Script: Al Feldstein [as Jed Duncan] | Pencils: Al Feldstein [as Jed Duncan] | Inks: Al Feldstein ?
Genre: Teen
Characters: Sunny Sender Teddy Sunny's Mother

Text Story (2 pages) Two Tickets for Trouble
Featuring: Junior
Synopsis: Junior's mother tells him he can't go on his saturday date with Deena because she and his father have tickets to the opening of a play and his father is expecting an important call. Junior has to stay home to answer the phone. Junior tells Deena about this and she gets angry and claims that someone else asked her out anyway and now she can tell him yes. But Junior's father's call comes on Friday and as a result he can't go to the play. They give the tickets to Junior, but Deena doesn't want to admit that she made up the other boy asking her for a date. They give the tickets to Goofy and Gwenny, but Gwenny's sick, so Goofy takes them in for a refund. Junior and Deena separately decide to go to the play because they're bored and each assume the other won't be there. Since theirs were the last two tickets available (as they had just been returned by Goofy), they end up at the play together after all, and Junior doesn't press Deena about the fictitious boyfriend.
Credits: Script: Al Feldstein ? | Letters: typeset
Genre: Teen
Characters: Junior Hancock Junior's Mother Junior's Father Deena Gwenny Goofy Gordon

Comic Story (7 pages) Love in Boom
Featuring: Sunny
Synopsis: Sunny and Teddy are trying to get to the roller-skating rink. Teddy is careless and splashes through a puddle, drenching Penrod, a boy Sunny's mother thinks is much better than Teddy. Penrod swears Sunny's mother will hear of Teddy's carelessness. Teddy has more trouble as his car gets a flat and then runs out of gas. By this point Sunny's mad over the delay and the fact that Teddy has oil all over his suit. By this point, Sunny's father, smoking a cigar Penrod gave him, shows up to haul Sunny off based on Penrod's latest allegations against Teddy. Through a series of mishaps, though, there ends up being a gas explosion that buries him under some junk, causing Sunny and Teddy to briefly think him dead. It turns out that the cigar Penrod gave him was an exploding trick cigar, and caused the larger explosion. Mr. Sender is not amused and throws Penrod out, clearing the way for Teddy to keep dating Sunny.
Credits: Script: Al Feldstein [as Jed Duncan] | Pencils: Al Feldstein [as Jed Duncan] | Inks: Al Feldstein ?
Genre: Teen
Characters: Sunny Sender Teddy Penrod Klippell The Devil (between-panel Interjections)

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Junior
Synopsis: Junior, Deena, Gwenny and Goofy are rehearsing as a barbershop quartet for a school event, but the music director thinks they're horrible. They go to Junior's house to practice more. When Junior's father returns home from dropping off Junior's mother to visit her sister, he's also horrified by their performance. They ask for his help. At that point, a neighborhood busybody hears the ruckus and misinterprets things looking through the window. She calls in the police, who smoke them all out with a smoke grenade through the window, and put Mr. Hancock in jail. Mrs. Hancock hears of this, goes home and gets Junior and the other kids out of the custody of the busybody's "Helping Hands Society", and goes to get Mr. Hancock out of jail, where she finds him singing the song the kids were rehearsing with the chief of police, the judge and the music directory. And all's well that ends well, as the kids do fine once they take the stage.
Credits: Script: Al Feldstein [as Bill Brown] | Pencils: Al Feldstein [as Bill Brown] | Inks: Al Feldstein ?
Genre: Teen
Characters: Junior Hancock Deena Gwenny Goofy Gordon Junior's Father Junior's Mother

Public Service Announcement (1 page)
Featuring: U. S. Savings Bonds
Credits: Letters: typeset

Advertisement (1 page)
Featuring: Simplex Portable Typewriter
Credits: Letters: typeset

Advertisement (1 page)
Featuring: American Merchandising Company, Inc. Modernair Battery Radio

Advertisement (1 page)
Featuring: Illinois Merchandise Mart Retractable Ball Point Pen and Genuine Leather Coin Holder Billfold
Credits: Letters: typeset

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