text saying advertise on our site
 Total: 34,207 books
 New: 93 books




Index Card
« prev

Smash Comics #67

next »
Title
Smash Comics
PublisherQuality | Date: | Lang: English
Uploaded  by Henry Peters
Filesize 48.29mb consisting of 60 pages | Format: EBook
File nameSmash_Comics_067__10_1946__60__pages.cbz
Downloads
81 and 1870 views
    To download files please Log in or Register
Rating
 8/10 (1 vote)
CommentsYou must be logged on to make a comment!
NotesThere is more information about this book at the bottom of the page
Large Thumbnail For Smash Comics #67
You are WELCOME to enjoy our site & read ALL our books online. But to download & join our forum please create a FREE account or login
Prev  (68 of 86) Next
Comic Book Cover For Smash Comics #67
Prev
Smash Comics #67 (68 of 86)
Next
Additional Information
 
PublicationOctober 1946 | Price: 0.10 USD | Pages: 1 | Frequency: Bi-monthly
 
CoverMidnight Habors a Living Clue!
FeaturingMidnight
CreditsPencils: Al Bryant? | Inks: Al Bryant?
ContentGenre: Adventure; Superhero | Characters: Midnight [Dave Clark]; Doc Mortimer Wackey; Gabby (a monkey)
 
Advertisement"The Chief told us to stick around in case something comes up." (1 page)
FeaturingPepsi the Pepsi Cola Cop
CreditsPencils: Graham Hunter (signed) | Inks: Graham Hunter (signed)
 
Comic StoryIt Was Murder (11 pages)
SynopsisMidnight hides a witness at Dave Clark's house, but the boys think she's moving in permanently and try to drive her out.
FeaturingMidnight
CreditsScript: Paul Gustavson | Pencils: Paul Gustavson | Inks: Paul Gustavson | Letters: Paul Gustavson
ContentGenre: Adventure; Superhero | Characters: Midnight [Dave Clark]; Annabelle Sweete; Gabby (a monkey); Doc Mortimer Wackey; Sniffer Snoop; Hotfoot; Westcott; Denslow
NotesAll Gustavson credits verified and courtesy of Terry Gustafson, son of Paul Gustavson.
 
Comic Story"Another year of my reign and another birthday" (1 page)
SynopsisO'Toole appears in public with all his birthday gifts.
FeaturingArchie O'Toole
CreditsPencils: Bernard Dibble | Inks: Bernard Dibble
ContentGenre: Humor; Children | Characters: Archie O'Toole (king)
 
Comic Story"G-gosh Marge, C-can't I sit this one out?" (7 pages)
SynopsisSpunky and his rival, Curly, are invited to the Anniversary Party.
FeaturingSpunky
CreditsPencils: Sid Lazarus (signed) | Inks: Sid Lazarus (signed)
ContentCharacters: Spunky; Marge (girl friend); Curly (rival); Pug; (pal)
 
Comic StoryThe Forest Primeval! (8 pages)
SynopsisRankin battles a grizzly bear in the middle of the city.
FeaturingRookie Rankin
CreditsPencils: Pete Riss
ContentGenre: Detective-mystery | Characters: Rookie Ranking; Harvey Mooden
NotesOriginally credited "Arthur Peddy ?", but he has more crowded panels and awkward moving hands, pointed ears and more expressions on faces. Compare his Rookie Rankin in issue #35-36. This is similar art to the many Manhunter stories in Police Comics credited to Peter Riss on pencils. Probably a mix up by Who's Who, who has him only on ink. Bob Hughes agrees on Riss pencils.
 
Comic Story"There once was a man who lived too long" (8 pages)
SynopsisThere was once a man who had lived too long. The voices told him so.
FeaturingBlack X
CreditsPencils: John Rosenberger
ContentGenre: Spy | Characters: Black X; Jon Gruger; Batu
NotesThis is most probably John Rosenberger on pencils, when looking at Black X in the splash panel, and also the many close up side views and figures in bird view, hands and foreshortening movements of figures. He also has pencilled the story in #81, but different inkers. Very much like Rosenberger's work on The Fly #13 and others in that series. His protuding lower lips seems to be changed by the inker, except in Black X in first panel.
 
Comic Story"Dadblast the @#$%! I might have known something like this would happen..." (4 pages)
SynopsisA war orphan gets involved in an organized crime investigation.
FeaturingLady Luck
CreditsScript: Klaus Nordling (signed) | Pencils: Klaus Nordling (signed) | Inks: Klaus Nordling (signed)
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: Lady Luck [Brenda Banks]; Sergeant Sloburn; Tag Peerson; Bucko Franson; Georgie
NotesNordling is credited on script and art on this feature by Jerry Bails' Who's Who.
 
Text StoryThe Mysterious Horse (2 pages)
SynopsisThe evolution and use of the horse.
FeaturingJimmy Christian
CreditsLetters: Typeset
ContentGenre: Adventure; Non-fiction | Characters: Jimmy Christian (reporter); Tod Haley; Alexander the Great; Genghis Khan; Napoleon; Cortez
 
Comic Story"Now Wun Cloo will have Eel Eager in jail for good!" (1 page)
SynopsisWun Cloo knows how to keep Eel Eager in jail.
FeaturingWun Cloo
CreditsPencils: Jack Cole | Inks: Jack Cole
ContentGenre: Humor; Detective-mystery | Characters: Wun Cloo; Eel Eager; Ima Shyster
NotesPencils/inks: 1) Jack Cole stated by the "Who's Who" and the original indexer. 2) Paul Gustavson suggested by Saltarella, but not substantiated in any way.
 
Comic Story"A death defying wrestling match on horseback!" (7 pages)
SynopsisDaffy is mistaken for a rich heiress out west and is kidnapped.
FeaturingDaffy
CreditsPencils: Bart Tumey (signed) | Inks: Bart Tumey (signed)
ContentGenre: Humor; Sports | Characters: Daffy; Deke; Tamale (outlaw)
 
Comic StoryLord Mogsworth (7 pages)
SynopsisLord Mog has come with an introduction from Scotland Yard to study police methods in America.
FeaturingThe Jester
CreditsPencils: Pete Riss
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: The Jester [Chuck Lane]; Detective Hustace McGinty; Lord Mogsworth
NotesSimilar art to the credited pencil work on Manhunter stories in Police Comics #37-#59 by Peter Riss, and the face at bottom of page 6 is very much his, V-shaped and eyes far apart, and otherwise little expression.
 
The data in the additional content section is courtesy of the Grand Comics Database under a Creative Commons Attribution License. More details about this comic may be available in their page here
Comic Book Plus Advertising Banner
Disclaimer: If you have come to this site to find pirated or illegal material, you will be disappointed! We only hold comic books and images that are in the Public Domain. If you suspect that any of our content may be infringing copyright, then please use our contact page to let us know. So we can investigate further.