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Soothsayr scans, Krac edits, from the JVJ collection
Issue: #16
Published: October 1946, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 52, Editing: Harold C. Field; Ralph O. Ellsworth (art director); Dorothea Filosa (assistant art director); Jack De Simone (managing editor)
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U.S. Paper Stock: Binding: Publishing Format:
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) Thrilling stories about real people
Synopsis: Scenes from three stories in this issue: Ernie Pyle, Balto, and Thomas Hopson
Credits: Pencils: Various | Inks: Various | Letters: typeset
Genre: Drama Non-fiction Biography

Advertisement (1 page)
Featuring: Pepsi-Cola
Synopsis: Advertisement for Pepsi-Cola: unidentified man is opening a bottle of Pepsi for two ladies in a restaurant.
Credits: Pencils: W. Darrow Jr. | Inks: W. Darrow Jr.

Statement Of Ownership (0 pages) Issue Masthead
Synopsis: This title's issues typically included a masthead on the first page that not only identified the editorial staff, but also acknowledged its Senior and Junior Advisory Editors, usually industry leaders and celebrities.
Credits: Letters: typeset

Comic Story (5 pages) G.I.'s Best Friend
Synopsis: Ernie Pyle's style of reporting in WWII endeared him to the soldiers fighting on the front as well as the folks back home and earned him the title of WWWII's most popular correspondent.
Credits: Pencils: Sam Glankoff | Inks: Sam Glankoff
Genre: Drama Non-fiction Biography
Characters: Ernie Pyle

Comic Story (3 pages) Balto of Nome
Synopsis: Story of how Balto the sled dog led a team and its driver through a terrible winter storm to deliver life-saving medicine.
Credits: Pencils: Ernie Schroeder | Inks: Ernie Schroeder
Genre: Adventure Non-fiction Animal
Characters: Balto (dog) Gunnar Kasson Dr. Welch

Comic Story (5 pages) Up From Slavery
Synopsis: Story of Booker T. Washington, who was born in slavery and later grew up to become an outstanding educator; he championed of the spirit of understanding among races and his story continues to be a source of inspiration today.
Credits: Pencils: Lawrence Dresser | Inks: Lawrence Dresser
Genre: Non-fiction Biography
Characters: Booker T. Washington

Comic Story (3 pages) Table Turned
Synopsis: Story of Nancy Hart, who defended her Georgia home against British soldiers during the Revolutionary War.
Credits: Pencils: Ernie Schroeder
Genre: Adventure Drama Non-fiction Biography
Characters: Nancy Hart

Comic Story (4 pages)
Featuring: Red Feather
Synopsis: The Red Feather Kid teaches a local boy about the importance of supporting local Community Chest programs.
Credits: Pencils: Lee Ames | Inks: Lee Ames
Characters: Red Feather Kid

Advertisement (1 page)
Featuring: Parents' Magazine Press, Inc.
Synopsis: Advertisement for Parents' Magazine Press, Inc.
Credits: Letters: typeset

Comic Story (3 pages) Johnny Appleseed
Synopsis: Story of Johnny Appleseed focusing on his adventures through Ohio and Indiana.
Credits: Pencils: Jack Sparling | Inks: Jack Sparling
Genre: Adventure Non-fiction Biography
Characters: John Chapman, Aka Johnny Appleseed

Activity (2 pages)
Featuring: Real Heroes Quiz
Synopsis: Captioned pictures of famous people and scenes from history, with accompanying questions.
Genre: Non-fiction

Comic Story (5 pages) "Porpoise" Mission
Synopsis: Story of how the submarine "Porpoise" was involved in rescuing troops on the island of Malta in WWII.
Credits: Pencils: Ed Smalle | Inks: Ed Smalle
Genre: Adventure Drama Non-fiction Military

Text Article (1 page)
Featuring: Reel Real Heroes
Synopsis: Brief reviews of films. Films reviewed: Courage of Lassie, Boys' Ranch, and Rendezvous 24.
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: Non-fiction

Text Story (2 pages)
Featuring: Real Heroes' Hall of Fame
Synopsis: Story about New York City firefighters battling a fire at Pier 1, Manhattan Island.
Credits: Pencils: Joel Cohen | Letters: typeset
Genre: Adventure Non-fiction

Comic Story (5 pages) Masthead Victory
Synopsis: Story of how Thomas Hopson turned a stalemated battle into a victory for the British Navy in 1680.
Credits: Pencils: Jack Sparling | Inks: Jack Sparling
Genre: Adventure Drama Non-fiction Biography
Characters: Thomas Hopson

Promo (ad From The Publisher) (0 pages)
Synopsis: House ad for various magazines.
Credits: Letters: typeset

Promo (ad From The Publisher) (0 pages)
Synopsis: House ad offering commissions for subscriptions you get your friends to purchase.
Credits: Letters: typeset

Comic Story (4 pages) Prints Pay Off
Synopsis: Story of how Joseph Faurot brought Scotland Yard's science of fingerprinting to the New York Police Department.
Credits: Pencils: Lawrence Dresser
Genre: Drama Non-fiction
Characters: Joseph A. Faurot

Comic Story (6 pages) Prophet of Science
Synopsis: Story of Nikola Tesla and his contributions to the science of electricity.
Credits: Pencils: Ed Smalle | Inks: Ed Smalle
Genre: Non-fiction Biography
Characters: Nikola Tesla

Advertisement (1 page)
Featuring: Parents' Magazine Press, Inc.
Synopsis: Advertisement for Parents' Magazine Press, Inc.
Credits: Letters: typeset

Advertisement (1 page)
Featuring: Forhan's Toothpaste
Synopsis: Advertisement for Forhan's Toothpaste.
Credits: Letters: typeset

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