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Circa 1943 68pgs c2c
Issue: #6
Published: [circa 1943], Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 68, Editing:
Color: Color Dimensions: Digest Size (5" X 7 1/4") Paper Stock: Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format:
Notes: Features Syndicate N. Y. Remington Morse Publication. Remington Morse Publication 666 Lakeshore Dr Chicago Ill and a New York Office at 2 Park Ave. The entire book was created and produced by Harry A Chesler Jr. Features Syndicate at 163 W 23rd St in New York.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) Yankee Comics
Credits: Pencils: Gus Ricca ? | Inks: Gus Ricca ?
Genre: Humor

Advertisement (1 page) "If he's in the service send him this Military Diary."
Synopsis: ad for a Military Diary which states to buy one today where you bought this comic at all 5 & 10 cent stores, drug stores, dept. stores, variety stores, post exchange stores, etc.
Credits: Script: ? (ad copy) | Letters: Typeset

Cartoon (1 page) "I can't understand how they disappeared!"
Genre: Humor

Credits, Title Page (0 pages) "Send a copy of this book to your brother, sweetheart or boy friend in the service."
Credits: Letters: typeset

Text Article (1 page) After the Rain, Sunshine
Synopsis: text article about ending the War
Credits: Letters: Typeset

Cartoon (1 page) "There, now! I hope you're satisfied!"
Featuring: Belly Laughs
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor

Cartoon (1 page) "For the fourth and final time, Mrs. O'Tool, put that book away!"
Synopsis: full page gag
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (1 page) "S'matter, Tommy?"
Featuring: Little Joe
Synopsis: Little kid in school. Pages are separate stories--no continuity- 4 panels to a page. No relation to the Atlas character.
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor Children
Characters: Little Joe

Comic Story (1 page) "Now we will have our spelling lesson."
Featuring: Little Joe
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor Children

Comic Story (1 page) "What's your name, little man?"
Featuring: Little Joe
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor Children
Characters: Little Joe

Comic Story (1 page) "Hello, son."
Featuring: Little Joe
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor Children
Characters: Little Joe Ice Man

Comic Story (1 page) "Joel, who was our first president?"
Featuring: Little Joe
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor Children
Characters: Little Joe

Comic Story (1 page) "You did too!"
Featuring: Little Joe
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor Children
Characters: Little Joe

Comic Story (1 page) The Prince and the Palace Painters
Featuring: The Prince
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck ? | Inks: Otto Eppers ?
Genre: Humor
Characters: The Prince 2 Workmen

Cartoon (1 page) "Milk is all right but most people prefer beer."
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck ? | Inks: Otto Eppers ?
Genre: Humor Anthropomorphic-funny Animals

Text Story (0 pages) "Private: "What's the matter?' "
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (1 page) "That's me!"
Featuring: Wilbur
Synopsis: Wilbur protests against the town's plan to purchase a new fire engine. He prevents this "unnecessary" expense, then his house burns down.
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor
Characters: Wilbur

Comic Story (1 page) Impy relaxes on the beach
Featuring: Impy
Credits: Script: Bob McCay | Pencils: Bob McCay | Inks: Bob McCay
Genre: Humor
Characters: Impy

Comic Story (1 page) "Turkish Baths 25 cents"
Featuring: Impy
Credits: Script: Bob McCay | Pencils: Bob McCay | Inks: Bob McCay
Genre: Humor
Characters: Impy

Comic Story (1 page) "Hall of Mirrors"
Featuring: Impy
Credits: Script: Bob McCay | Pencils: Bob McCay | Inks: Bob McCay
Genre: Humor
Characters: Impy

Comic Story (1 page) "Hot Dogs 10c"
Featuring: Impy
Credits: Script: Bob McCay | Pencils: Bob McCay | Inks: Bob McCay
Genre: Humor
Characters: Impy

Comic Story (1 page) Impy paints a picture of a dog
Featuring: Impy
Credits: Script: Bob McCay | Pencils: Bob McCay | Inks: Bob McCay
Genre: Humor
Characters: Impy

Comic Story (1 page) Impy versus a shirt hanging on a clothesline
Featuring: Impy
Credits: Script: Bob McCay | Pencils: Bob McCay | Inks: Bob McCay
Genre: Humor
Characters: Impy

Comic Story (1 page) "Jockeys Weigh In Room"
Featuring: Impy
Credits: Script: Bob McCay | Pencils: Bob McCay | Inks: Bob McCay
Genre: Humor
Characters: Impy

Comic Story (1 page) Impy watches a baseball game
Featuring: Impy
Credits: Script: Bob McCay | Pencils: Bob McCay | Inks: Bob McCay
Genre: Humor
Characters: Impy

Cartoon (1 page) "Look! Only 3 points!"
Synopsis: A wife presents her husband with a cooked cow skull, but it "only" required 3 ration points.
Genre: Humor

Cartoon (1 page) "For shame!"
Featuring: Officer Clancy
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor
Characters: Officer Clancy

Cartoon (1 page) "Oh boy, two weeks vacation with pay!"
Synopsis: A gorilla leaves the circus for his annual vacation.
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor Anthropomorphic-funny Animals

Text Story (0 pages) "When the wife of a high spirited man insists..."
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: Humor

Cartoon (1 page) "Gas ration card, please!"
Synopsis: A dentist asks a very busty female patient for her "gas" ration card (a pun on gasoline rationing, when he is referring to anesthetic gas).
Genre: Humor
Characters: Dentist Patient

Cartoon (1 page) "Well, we're in the Navy, aren't we?"
Synopsis: A topless WAVE (female member of the U.S. Navy) requests a chest tattoo from Panama Joe.
Genre: Humor Military
Characters: Panama Joe 2 WAVEs

Cartoon (1 page) "What have you in a fast freight?"
Featuring: Dusty
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor
Characters: Dusty The Hobo

Cartoon (1 page) "Great flying bird?"
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor Military

Text Story (0 pages) "Pvt.: 'The Sarge swallowed some cartridges this morning.' "
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: Humor Military

Comic Story (3 pages) The Old One
Synopsis: illustrated comic story of an old Buffalo, similiar to a Dell story. 6 panels to a page.
Credits: Script: Norman Daniels
Genre: Animal

Cartoon (2 pages) "To Doctor Ross for whittling down the seven year itch to a two day scratch."
Synopsis: centerfold gag--one huge panel occupies both pages.
Genre: Humor

Cartoon (1 page) "I'm bothered with a gassy stomach, Doc!"
Featuring: Foxy Grandpa
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor
Characters: Foxy Grandpa

Comic Story (1 page) "Learn to be an artist"
Featuring: Foxy Grandpa
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor
Characters: Foxy Grandpa

Comic Story (1 page) Gramps splashed by a car
Featuring: Foxy Grandpa
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor
Characters: Foxy Grandpa

Comic Story (1 page) "I've half a mind to try that old pipe"
Featuring: Foxy Grandpa
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor
Characters: Foxy Grandpa Butler

Comic Story (1 page) "This is it"
Featuring: Foxy Grandpa
Synopsis: Foxy Grandpa goes to a bootlegger to obtain gasoline for his auto (gas was rationed in wartime).
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor
Characters: Foxy Grandpa

Comic Story (1 page) "Well Gramps--we're gonna have a handicap in the hundred yard race"
Featuring: Foxy Grandpa
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor
Characters: Foxy Grandpa

Text Story (1 page) "Why come to this park when you know all the benches are taken?"
Featuring: Foxy Grandpa
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor
Characters: Foxy Grandpa Parks The Butler Park Guard

Comic Story (1 page) "Whew--the heat's gettin' me!"
Featuring: Foxy Grandpa
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor
Characters: Foxy Grandpa Parks The Butler

Cartoon (1 page) "The gas rationing has done wonders for me."
Featuring: Foxy Grandpa
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor
Characters: Foxy Grandpa

Text Story (0 pages) "When a man goes to a convention"
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (1 page) "Lemme have a large feedbag!"
Featuring: Joe Dokes
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor
Characters: Joe Dokes

Cartoon (1 page) "Could we, maybe, squeeze a pound of onions in on your penny mam?"
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (1 page) "Ready to eat"
Featuring: Jack Potts
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck ? | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor
Characters: Jack Potts

Cartoon (1 page) "I'd like to give that beef-heart the once over"
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (1 page) "The color and brilliance of the crowd at the coronation is dazzling"
Featuring: Ima Sphinx
Genre: Humor
Characters: Ima Sphinx

Cartoon (1 page) "It's from the draft board!"
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (1 page) "Professor, what does re-incarnation mean?"
Featuring: Professor McScrewy
Genre: Humor
Characters: Professor McScrewy

Comic Story (1 page) "I think I'll humor that fellow a bit"
Featuring: Nutty Fagin
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor
Characters: Nutty Fagin

Cartoon (1 page) "Now I can write short hand..."
Featuring: Nutty Fagin
Synopsis: Nutty Fagin chops off the fingers of one hand with an axe.
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor
Characters: Nutty Fagin

Cartoon (1 page) A rabbit catches Spots
Featuring: Spots
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Spots (a Dog)

Comic Story (1 page) Spots steals a dog's bone
Featuring: Spots
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Spots (dog) Another Dog

Comic Story (1 page) "Timber-r-r"
Featuring: Spots
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Spots (dog) Lumberjack

Cartoon (1 page) "This is our New England boiled dinner number"
Genre: Humor

Cartoon (1 page) "But I'm different: I pull a magician out of the hat!"
Featuring: Boodini
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Boodini (a Magician) Rabbit Booking Agent

Comic Story (1 page) "Who will lend me a dollar for a minute?"
Featuring: Boodini
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor
Characters: Boodini

Cartoon (1 page) "I think I'll try that one this time!"
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (4 pages) "Pumpkin Center, MO."
Featuring: Al Falfa's Pictorial News Flashes
Synopsis: humorous "untrue" facts--like Ripley's
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor

Cartoon (1 page) "What do you mean there's a ban on pleasure traveling?"
Featuring: Private Bill
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor Military
Characters: Private Bill Riggin' Bill

Promo (ad From The Publisher) (0 pages)
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: Humor

Cartoon (1 page) "City Aquarium"
Featuring: Jest For Fun
Credits: Pencils: Joe Beck | Inks: Otto Eppers
Genre: Humor

Advertisement (1 page) "Radiant Gold Stamped"
Synopsis: ad for photo frame
Credits: Script: ? (ad copy) | Letters: Typeset

Cartoon (1 page) "Soft, isn't it?"
Synopsis: single page gag on the back cover
Credits: Pencils: Gus Ricca ? | Inks: Gus Ricca ?
Genre: Humor

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