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Issue: #37
Published: July 1943, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 60, Editing: Harry Shorten (uncredited)
Color: Color Dimensions: Paper Stock: Binding: Publishing Format: Ongoing Series
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) America's Funniest Joke Book
Featuring: Pokey Oakey; Suzie; Senor Siesta; Three Monkeyteers; Dotty and Ditto
Credits: Pencils: Don Dean (signed) | Inks: Don Dean (signed)
Genre: Humor
Characters: Pokey Oakey Suzie Senor Siesta Three Monkeyteers Dotty And Ditto

Comic Story (8 pages) The Living Wish
Featuring: The Black Hood
Synopsis: An old Tibetan book with magic properties has fallen into the hands of a small time crook.
Credits: Pencils: George Harrison ? | Inks: Clem Weisbecker ?
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Black Hood [Kip Burland] Barbara Sutton (reporter) Zenith (Tibetan Monk) Brooks (book Reviewer) Wayland (publisher) Pinky Higgins (pick-pocket)

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Pokey Oakey
Synopsis: Widow Hoecake rounds up her kinfolk to go against the Oakeys.
Credits: Script: Don Dean (signed) | Pencils: Don Dean (signed) | Inks: Don Dean (signed)
Genre: Humor
Characters: Pokey Oakey Maaw Oakey Paaw Oakey Widow Hoecake Lummy (kid)

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Senor Siesta
Synopsis: Senor Siesta meets a funny looking horse in hat and zoot suit.
Credits: Script: Don Dean (signed) | Pencils: Don Dean (signed) | Inks: Don Dean (signed)
Genre: Humor
Characters: Senor Siesta Rosita Boogus Woogus

Comic Story (5 pages)
Featuring: Snoop McGook
Synopsis: Snoop is on vacation and stays at an old tavern with some weird characters looking for a treasure.
Credits: Script: Carl Hubbell [as Hubbell] (signed) | Pencils: Carl Hubbell [as Hubbell] (signed) | Inks: Carl Hubbell [asHubbell] (signed)
Genre: Humor Detective-mystery
Characters: Snoop McGook Waldo (squirrell) Turk [Mother McCree] (boss) Curly

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Gloomy Gus
Synopsis: Gus and Gabby are in the Army.
Credits: Script: Gerald Kean [as Kean] (signed) | Pencils: Red Holmdale (signed) | Inks: Red Holmdale (signed)
Genre: Humor
Characters: Gloomy Gus [Gus Gloompuss] St. Pete Gabby (angel)

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Suzie
Synopsis: Suzie has applied for the job as a model for a designer of show-room mannequins.
Credits: Script: Red Holmdale (signed) | Pencils: Red Holmdale (signed) | Inks: Janice Valleau (signed)
Genre: Humor
Characters: Suzie Marcel Francois (artist)

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: The 3 Monkey-Teers
Synopsis: The monkeys and Stupidman uncover spy ring.
Credits: Script: Ed Groggin (signed) | Pencils: Ed Goggin (signed) | Inks: Ed Goggin (signed)
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: The 3 Monkey-Teers [Sassafras Small Fry Yehudi] Stupidman [Egbert] Martha (cousin)

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Dotty and Ditto
Synopsis: Talent scouts from Hollywood are looking for a new girl star.
Credits: Script: Bill Woggon (signed) | Pencils: Bill Woggon (signed) | Inks: Bill Woggon (signed)
Genre: Humor Western-frontier
Characters: Dotty Ditto (parrot) Dottum (indian) Cecil B. DePill (producer)

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