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Issue: #44
Published: July 1956, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing: Richard Hughes [as Richard E. Hughes]
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Silver Age US Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) Where the Redskins Never Fell!
Credits: Pencils: Ogden Whitney (signed) | Inks: Ogden Whitney (signed)

Comic Story (8 pages) The Man Who Knew Tomorrow!
Credits: Pencils: Hy Eisman ?; Dick Beck ? | Inks: Hy Eisman; ?
Characters: Arthur N. Pollins Zeus Hermes Miss Catawba

Text Story (1 page) The Old Mirror
Credits: Letters: typeset
Characters: Raoul Henri Guy Maniere

Comic Story (7 pages) Where the Redskins Never Fell!
Credits: Pencils: Dick Beck ?
Characters: Pete Allen Harvey Hunter Chief Crazy Bear Lieutenant Jackson

Letters Page (1 page)
Featuring: From Your Editor- To You!
Credits: Letters: typeset

Comic Story (8 pages) Out Went the Candles!
Credits: Pencils: Harry Lazarus (signed) | Inks: Harry Lazarus (signed)
Characters: George Hagen Alice Hagen

Comic Story (3 pages) Buried History!
Credits: Pencils: Tom Hickey | Inks: Tom Hickey

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