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Popular Comics
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PublicationOctober 1943 | Price: 0.10 USD | Pages: 60 | Frequency: monthly | Editing: George T. Delacorte, Jr. [as G. T. Delacorte, Jr.] (president); Helen Meyer [as H. Meyer] (vice-president); Margarita Delacorte (secretary)
 
FeaturingTerry and the Pirates; Smilin' Jack; Polly and her Pals; Smokey Stover; Doctor Bobbs; Gasoline Alley
ContentGenre: Adventure; Aviation; Humor | Characters: Smilin' Jack [Jack Martin]; Madam Mongoose; Kitty (a cat); Smokey Stover; Chief Cash U. Nutt; Spooky (a cat); Dr. Stephen Bobbs; Mountain Music Malone; Skeezix Wallet; Nina Clock
 
Cartoon"This army life is a cinch" (1 page)
FeaturingGrin and Bear It
CreditsScript: George Lichtenstein [as Lichty] (signed) | Pencils: George Lichtenstein [as Lichty] (signed) | Inks: George Lichtenstein [as Lichty] (signed)
ContentGenre: Humor
NotesFour single panel cartoons on inside front cover in black, white and red.
 
Comic Story"Honey Lamb! Uncle Theon welcomes you!" (8 pages)
SynopsisJack and Downwind attend the Diplomats Ball, but so does Madam Mongoose. She has Jack and Downwind abducted and flown to her headquarters, where they find Dixie Lee busy folding leaflets, oblivious to their anti-American content. Madam Mongoose turns out to be an associate of Jack's old foe, The Head, and she plans to eliminate Jack, Downwind and Dixie by taking them into the stratosphere in an unpressurized plane, where they will die from lack of oxygen. The plane ices up and crashes, but Jack, Downwind, Mary and Madam Mongoose all survive. Madam Mongoose escapes while Jack is going for help.
FeaturingSmilin' Jack
CreditsScript: Zack Mosley (credited) | Pencils: Zack Mosley (credited) | Inks: Zack Mosley (credited) | Job #: P.C.#92-4310
ContentGenre: Adventure; Aviation | Characters: Smilin' Jack [Jack Martin]; Fat Stuff; Downwind Jaxon [also as Uncle Theon]; Dixie Lee; Southy; Dome; Milt; Madam Mongoose (villain); Musclebound (villain); Dark Eyes (villain); The Head (cameo flashback, villain)
NotesCopyright, 1940, by the News Syndicate Co. Inc.
 
Comic Story"Going to a baseball game to relax, Dr. Bobbs' medical curiosity is aroused" (6 pages)
FeaturingDr. Bobbs
CreditsScript: Elliot Caplin [as Elliot] (credited) | Pencils: Jim McArdle [as McArdle] (credited) | Inks: Jim McArdle [as McArdle] (credited)
ContentGenre: Medical | Characters: Dr. Stephen Bobbs; Dr. Haines; Mountain Music Malone; Mr. Snitch; Mr. McSnick; Nurse Blossom; Slapsy McGonigle
NotesCopr. 1941, King Features Syndicate, Inc. Story includes strips dated August 30, September 8, September 12 and September 15, 1941.
 
Comic StoryThe Black Market Gang (6 pages)
FeaturingGang Busters
ContentGenre: Crime | Characters: Mark Welty; Dan; Darcy; Mr. Doane; Martha Doane; Tony Lugos (villain); Mac (villain)
NotesBased on Phillips H. Lord's famous radio feature. Copyright 1943 by Phillips H. Lord, Incorporated.
 
Cartoon"Where's Private Sims?" (2 pages)
FeaturingElza Poppin
CreditsPencils: George Swanson [as Swan] (signed) | Inks: George Swanson [as Swan] (signed)
ContentGenre: Humor; Military | Characters: Elza Poppin; Private Sims; Sarge; Joe
NotesFive Elza Poppin cartoon strips.
 
Comic Story"Klang sees two official invader cars coming into the valley" (8 pages)
FeaturingTerry and the Pirates
CreditsScript: Milton Caniff (credited) | Pencils: Milton Caniff (credited) | Inks: Milton Caniff (credited)
ContentGenre: Adventure | Characters: Terry Lee; Pat Ryan; Big Stoop; Connie [George Webster Confucius]; April Kane; Deeth Crispin; Dragon Lady; Klang (villain)
NotesCopyright 1940 by the News Syndicate Co. Inc.
 
Comic Story"Woe is me!" (1 page)
FeaturingThe Gumps
CreditsScript: Gus Edson (credited) | Pencils: Gus Edson (signed) | Inks: Gus Edson (signed)
ContentGenre: Domestic; Humor | Characters: Andy Gump [Andrew Gump]; Hortense De Stross; Uncle Bim Gump [Benjamin Gump; also as Alexander Gump]
NotesCopr. 1938, by Chicago Tribune-N.Y. News Syndicate, Inc.
 
Comic Story"--and now three turns to the right-" (1 page)
FeaturingSmokey Stover
CreditsScript: Bill Holman (credited) | Pencils: Bill Holman (credited) | Inks: Bill Holman (credited)
ContentGenre: Humor | Characters: Smokey Stover; Chief Cash U. Nutt; Spooky (a cat)
NotesCopr. 1941, by News Syndicate Co., Inc.
 
Comic Story"Well, burn my britches!" (1 page)
FeaturingSmokey Stover
CreditsScript: Bill Holman (credited) | Pencils: Bill Holman (credited) | Inks: Bill Holman (credited)
ContentGenre: Humor | Characters: Smokey Stover; Chief Cash U. Nutt; Spooky (a cat)
NotesCopr. 1941, by News Syndicate Co., Inc.
 
Comic Story"Oh, Dad! I hear you're an air-raid warden!" (4 pages)
FeaturingEtta Kett
CreditsScript: Paul Robinson (credited) | Pencils: Paul Robinson (credited and signed) | Inks: Paul Robinson (credited and signed)
ContentGenre: Teen | Characters: Etta Kett; Bill Todd; Biff; Mr. Kett; Mrs. Kett
NotesCopr. 1942, King Features Syndicate, Inc.
 
Comic Story"I'm glad you chucked that horrid, old, hall hat-rack, Polly." (2 pages)
FeaturingPolly and her Pals
CreditsScript: Cliff Sterrett (credited) | Pencils: Cliff Sterrett (signed) | Inks: Cliff Sterrett (signed)
ContentGenre: Domestic; Humor | Characters: Polly Perkins; Sam'l Perkins [Paw]; Suzie Perkins [Maw]; Kitty (a cat)
NotesCopr. 1942, King Features Syndicate, Inc.
 
Comic Story"Wild hosses couldn't make me tell how I got this black eye, Uncle Sam'l" (2 pages)
FeaturingPolly and Her Pals
CreditsScript: Cliff Sterrett (credited) | Pencils: Cliff Sterrett (signed) | Inks: Cliff Sterrett (signed)
ContentGenre: Domestic; Humor | Characters: Polly Perkins; Sam'l Perkins [Paw]; Suzie Perkins [Maw]; Kitty (a cat); Ash [Ashur Perkins]; Carrie; Gertrude [as Angel]; Maggie
NotesCopr. 1942, King Features Syndicate, Inc.
 
Text StoryThrough Fire and Snow (3 pages)
CreditsPencils: Bob Jenney [as RLJ] (signed) | Inks: Bob Jenney [as RLJ] (signed)
ContentGenre: War | Characters: Ken Barclay; Yvonne Barclay; Nazis (villains)
NotesCopr. 1943 by R. S. Callender.
 
Comic StoryForeign Entanglements (1 page)
FeaturingSpooky
CreditsScript: Bill Holman [as Bill Scat Holman] (credited) | Pencils: Bill Holman [as Bill Scat Holman] (credited) | Inks: Bill Holman [as Bill Scat Holman] (credited)
ContentGenre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals; Humor | Characters: Spooky (a cat); Fenwick Flooky
NotesCopr. 1940, by News Syndicate Co., Inc.
 
Comic StoryLid Astray (1 page)
FeaturingSpooky
CreditsScript: Bill Holman [as Bill Skat Holman] (credited) | Pencils: Bill Holman [as Bill Skat Holman] (credited) | Inks: Bill Holman [as Bill Skat Holman] (credited)
ContentGenre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals; Humor | Characters: Spooky (a cat); Fenwick Flooky; Eddie Skimmer
NotesCopr. 1940, by News Syndicate Co., Inc.
 
Comic Story"There's the door-bell, Casper!" (4 pages)
SynopsisSince Aunt Clara can't bring Buttercup to them, Toots and Casper make a trip to her house to pick him up.
FeaturingToots and Casper
CreditsScript: Jimmy Murphy (credited) | Pencils: Jimmy Murphy (credited) | Inks: Jimmy Murphy (credited)
ContentGenre: Domestic; Humor | Characters: Toots Hawkins; Casper Hawkins; Buttercup Hawkins; Colonel Hoofer; Sophie Hoofer; Aunt Clara
NotesCopr. 1942, King Features Syndicate, Inc.
 
Comic Story"Skeezix, I knew you thought it was Larry we saw in the car yesterday." (4 pages)
SynopsisLarry and Jessica break up.
FeaturingGasoline Alley
CreditsScript: Frank King (credited) | Pencils: Frank King (credited) | Inks: Frank King (credited)
ContentGenre: Domestic; Humor | Characters: Skeezix Wallet; Nina Clock; Walt Wallet; Jessica; Larry Packer
NotesCopr. 1938, by Chicago Tribune-N.Y. News Syndicate, Inc.
 
Comic Story"No wonder our vacuum cleaner broke down, Smokey" (1 page)
FeaturingSmokey Stover
CreditsScript: Bill Holman (credited) | Pencils: Bill Holman (credited) | Inks: Bill Holman (credited)
ContentGenre: Humor | Characters: Smokey Stover; Cookie Stover; Chief Cash U. Nutt; Spooky (a cat)
NotesCopr. 1941, by News Syndicate Co., Inc.
 
AdvertisementBoy! It's Sure Easy to Write Love Letters Now! (1 page)
FeaturingStravon Publishers
 
AdvertisementGet This Greatest Laugh Book (1 page)
FeaturingLarch Publications
NotesOn inside back cover in black, white and red.
 
AdvertisementHelp Uncle Sam (1 page)
FeaturingX-Acto; Crescent Products Co.
NotesBack cover.
 
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