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Issue: #23
Published: August 1939, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 68, Editing: Ed Cronin
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age US Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was On-going Series
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Featuring: Bungle Family
Credits: Pencils: Ed Cronin | Inks: Ed Cronin
Characters: The Bungles

Comic Story (10 pages) Introducing Charlie Chan
Featuring: Charlie Chan
Synopsis: British intelligence calls Chan in to help them find a missing chemist, Peter Charing.
Credits: Script: Alfred Andriola | Pencils: Alfred Andriola | Inks: Alfred Andriola
Genre: Detective-mystery
Characters: Charlie Chan (first Appearance) Lee Chan Viscount Hilary Stacey Peter Charing Michael Ramsgate Keena Charing

Comic Story (3 pages) "Yes! We're all joining the tourist brigade part??"
Featuring: Dixie Dugan
Credits: Script: J. P. McEvoy | Pencils: J. H. Striebel | Inks: J. H. Striebel
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (4 pages) Thunder in the Orient
Featuring: Gallant Knight
Credits: Script: Vernon Henkel | Pencils: Vernon Henkel | Inks: Vernon Henkel
Genre: Historical
Characters: Sir Raymond Lady Alice Tartars (villains)

Comic Story (1 page) "Here's your allowance for the week, Son!!"
Featuring: Toddy
Credits: Script: George Marcoux | Pencils: George Marcoux | Inks: George Marcoux
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (1 page) An Apple for the Judge
Featuring: Mortimer Mum
Credits: Script: Bill Sakren | Pencils: Bill Sakren | Inks: Bill Sakren
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (4 pages) "I'll borrow a car and notify the constable~"
Featuring: Ned Brant
Credits: Script: Bob Zuppke | Pencils: R. W. Depew | Inks: R. W. Depew
Genre: Sports

Comic Story (2 pages) "There goes Roger again- an' I bet I know where he's goin'!!"
Featuring: Slim and Tubby
Credits: Script: John J. Welch | Pencils: Jack McGuire (signed) | Inks: Jack McGuire (signed)
Genre: Adventure
Characters: Bullet Benton Slim Tubby

Cartoon (1 page) "Wake Up Butch!!- I hear cops downstairs!"
Featuring: Off the Record
Credits: Script: Ed Reed | Pencils: Ed Reed | Inks: Ed Reed
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (5 pages) The Burton Kidnapping
Featuring: The Clock
Synopsis: Brian attempts to work his way into Inspector Kane's latest case, but Kane, who really doesn't mind help, merely considers O'Brien nothing more than his golfing buddy, leaving Brian to his undercover devices as the Clock in rounding up Butch and Squint.
Credits: Script: George Brenner [as Geo E. Brenner] (signed) | Pencils: George Brenner [as Geo E. Brenner] (signed) | Inks: George Brenner [as Geo E. Brenner] (signed)
Genre: Superhero
Characters: The Clock [Brian O'Brien] Burton (introduction) Inspector Kane Butch (villain) Squint (villain)

Comic Story (1 page) "Our latest invention: How to open garage doors without leaving the car."
Featuring: Rube Goldberg's Side Show
Credits: Script: Rube Goldberg | Pencils: Rube Goldberg | Inks: Rube Goldberg
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (4 pages) "I think we should hang a nice picture there, Ma-- Not a mirror!"
Featuring: Mickey Finn
Credits: Script: Lank Leonard | Pencils: Lank Leonard | Inks: Lank Leonard
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (1 page) Bob Feller
Featuring: They're Still Talking
Credits: Script: Bob Zuppke | Pencils: R. W. Depew | Inks: R. W. Depew
Genre: Non-fiction Sports
Characters: Bob Feller (baseball Player)

Comic Story (4 pages) "I'm glad the snow is deep here!"
Featuring: Jane Arden; Lena Pry
Synopsis: Jane leaps from a window to escape the killer who entered her room.
Credits: Script: J. P. McEvoy | Pencils: J. H. Striebel | Inks: J. H. Striebel
Genre: Drama

Comic Story (2 pages) Cause of War
Featuring: Bungle Family
Credits: Script: H. J. Tuthill | Pencils: H. J. Tuthill | Inks: H. J. Tuthill

Comic Story (4 pages) Jim Slade's Plot
Featuring: Reynolds of the Mounted
Credits: Script: Art Pinajian | Pencils: Art Pinajian | Inks: Art Pinajian
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Jim Slade And His Gang (first Appearance Villains) Mr. Brewster (first Appearance) Bess Brewster (first Appearance)

Text Story (2 pages) Rain Bird, Chapter II
Credits: Script: Robert M. Hyatt | Letters: typeset

Comic Story (2 pages) "What's on your mind, Red?"
Featuring: Big Top
Credits: Script: Ed Wheelan | Pencils: Ed Wheelan | Inks: Ed Wheelan
Genre: Adventure

Comic Story (1 page) "Our latest invention: The simple summer husband catcher"
Featuring: Rube Goldberg's Side Show
Credits: Script: Rube Goldberg | Pencils: Rube Goldberg | Inks: Rube Goldberg
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (3 pages) "Bite the dust redskins"
Featuring: Lala Palooza
Credits: Script: Rube Goldberg | Pencils: Rub Goldberg | Inks: Rube Goldberg
Genre: Humor
Characters: Lala Palooza Vince Doolittle

Comic Story (4 pages) Trouble At the Mountain Valley Ranch
Featuring: Rance Keane
Credits: Script: William A. Smith [as Will Arthur] | Pencils: William A. Smith [as Will Arthur] | Inks: William A. Smith [as Will Arthur]
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Rance Keane Joan Hern (first Appearance) Jess Hern (first Appearance)

Cartoon (1 page) "Too late boys- My wife beat you to it"
Featuring: Off the Record
Credits: Script: Ed Reed | Pencils: Ed Reed | Inks: Ed Reed
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (4 pages) "I got a chance t'buy an interest in that new lightweight star!"
Featuring: Joe Palooka
Credits: Script: Ham Fisher | Pencils: Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher) | Inks: Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher)
Genre: Sports
Characters: Joe Palooka Nobby

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