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Issue: #4
Published: May 1948, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing: Raymond C. Krank
Color: Four Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U. S. Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Featuring: Funnyman
Credits: Pencils: Dick Ayers ? ; Marvin Stein ? [as Joe Shuster] (signed) | Inks: Shuster shop
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Funnyman [Larry Davis]

Comic Story (15 pages) The Medieval Mirthquake
Featuring: Funnyman
Synopsis: As Funnyman flies along in his Jet Jallopy, the vehicle is struck by lightning. Landing, he discovers that he has been thrust into medieval times, and is taken by Sir Lunchalot to King Artery. However, Queen Hotcha sees a golden opportunity to use Funnyman to help her self to the throne. When the King learns of the plot, he doesn't believe it and concocts a plan to put the Zany Comedian up against Tiny Tom (who has been promised his freedom by the Queen if he kills Funnyman).
Credits: Script: Jerry Siegel (signed) | Pencils: Dick Ayers?; Marvin Stein? [as Joe Shuster] (signed) | Inks: Shuster shop
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Funnyman [Larry Davis] Sir Lunchalot King Artery Tiny Tom Schmerlin (villain) Zanie (villain, The King's Jester) Queen Hotcha (villain)

Comic Story (7 pages) The Return of Slippery Slim
Featuring: Funnyman
Synopsis: Slim escapes out of the city jail dressed in the uniform of Sgt. Harrigan, but Funnyman recognizes him and takes off after the crook. Cornering him, the crafty crook evades capture, while Funnyman is berated by the Police Inspector. Later, Boris Porous announces that Harrigan will portray Slim on the silver screen, but when Slim finds out, he attempts to confront the good Sergeant, only to discover it's Funnyman in disguise.
Credits: Script: Jerry Siegel (signed) | Pencils: Joe Shuster (signed) | Inks: Shuster shop
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Funnyman [Larry Davis] [also As Sgt. Harrigan] Sgt. Harrigan Inspector Bliss Boris Porous (film Director) Pierre Blintz (costumer) Lucille Schlemeil (makeup Artist) Slippery Slim (villain)

Text Story (2 pages) The Amateur Gangster
Credits: Script: Ray Krank [as Ray Gardner]; Gardner Fox [as Ray Gardner] | Letters: typeset

Comic Story (7 pages) Leapin' Lena
Featuring: Funnyman
Synopsis: Larry and June head out for a day of shopping, but soon find themselves faced with a swift thief named Lena, and a member of her gang shoots Funnyman in the head. Thinking him dead, the gang turns to leave after their series of thefts, only to discover the Comic Cavalier has a steel plate in his head, which saves his life.
Credits: Script: Jerry Siegel (signed) | Pencils: John Sikela [as Joe Shuster] (signed) | Inks: Shuster shop
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Funnyman [Larry Davis] Goosequill McFartheringale (Lena's Father, In Flashback) Spring Upandowne (Lena's Mother, In Flashback) June Farrell Unnamed Storte Detective (introduction) Leapin' Lena (villainess, Introduction, Origin) Lena's Gang [Monk Punk] (villains, Introduction For Both)

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