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PublicationJuly 1942 | Price: 0.10 USD | Pages: 1 | Frequency: monthly
 
FeaturingTerry and the Pirates; Smilin' Jack
ContentGenre: Adventure; Aviation | Characters: Terry Lee; Pat Ryan; Nastalthia Vincenta Smythe-Heatherstone; Smilin' Jack [Jack Martin]; Fat Stuff; Downwind Jaxon
 
Text ArticleYankee Wings (1 page)
FeaturingU.S. Army Aviation
CreditsPencils: Bob Jenney (credited) | Inks: Bob Jenney (credited)
ContentGenre: Aviation; War
NotesOn inside front cover in black, white and red.
 
Comic Story"Guard or no guard" (8 pages)
SynopsisThe Head breaks outs of jail, taking Jack and Fat Stuff with him. They eventually get caught, and Jack gets put into solitary confinement.
FeaturingSmilin' Jack
CreditsScript: Zack Mosley (signed) | Pencils: Boody Rogers [as Zack Mosley] (signed) | Inks: Zack Mosley (signed); Boody Rogers (art assistant) | Letters: Boody Rogers
ContentGenre: Adventure; Aviation | Characters: Smilin' Jack [Jack Martin; also as Powder]; Fat Stuff; Limehouse; Eagle Eye (villain); Slab (villain, death); The Head (villain); The Claw (villain)
NotesCopyright 1938 by the Chicago Tribune-N.Y. News Syndicate, Inc.
 
Cartoon"Would it trouble your men if I asked for a guide through the camp" (1 page)
FeaturingYou're In the Army Now
CreditsScript: Jack Ficklen [as Herc Ficklen] (credited) | Pencils: Jack Ficklen [as Herc Ficklen] (credited) | Inks: Jack Ficklen [as Herc Ficklen] (credited)
ContentGenre: Humor; War
Notes4 single panel gags.
 
Comic Story"Ah, there, Drusilla" (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; Burma [also as Burmadine Lee]; Nastalthia Vincenta Smythe-Heatherstone; Reginald Smythe-Heatherstone; Soy; Wei; Drusilla Crail (villain); Chun Wi (villain)
NotesCopyright 1938 by the Chicago Tribune-N.Y. News Syndicate, Inc.
 
Comic Story"Following the defeat of his Fifth Column air fleet by Captain Midnight" (6 pages)
FeaturingCaptain Midnight
ContentGenre: Adventure; Aviation | Characters: Captain Midnight [Jim Albright]; Chuck Ramsey; Major Barry Steele; Gardo (villain)
NotesCopr., 1942, by The Wander Co.
 
Comic Story"Smokey's wife just phoned, Chief" (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)
NotesCopyright, 1940, by News Syndicate Co., Inc.
 
Comic Story"Escaping from Don Iago's torture chamber" (7 pages)
FeaturingCyclone
CreditsScript: Gaylord Du Bois | Pencils: John Hampton | Inks: John Hampton
ContentGenre: Adventure; Western-frontier | Characters: Cyclone; Midge; Calico (a horse); Teeko; Don Iago (villain); Captain Cerdoso (villain); Pancho (villain)
NotesCopr., 1942, by R. S. Callender.
 
Comic Story"Don Winslow and Red have trailed Lawson Lugg to a U.S. warship." (5 pages)
FeaturingDon Winslow of the Navy
CreditsScript: Frank V. Martinek (credited)
ContentGenre: War | Characters: Don Winslow; Red Pennington; Captain Dorne; Professor Olympus Lancton; Lawson Lugg [also as Baron] (villain, death); The Purple Dictator (villain); Lena (a cat)
 
Comic Story"I'm so hungry you could play me like a xylophone." (4 pages)
FeaturingGasoline Alley
CreditsScript: Frank King (credited) | Pencils: Frank King (credited) | Inks: Frank King (credited)
ContentGenre: Drama | Characters: Skeezix Wallet; Tops; Peoria Pete
NotesCopyright 1937 by the Chicago Tribune-N. Y. News Syndicate, Inc.
 
Publisher advertisement"Andy Panda appears in The Funnies"
FeaturingAndy Panda
ContentGenre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals | Characters: Andy Panda
 
AdvertisementStamps
CreditsLetters: typeset
 
Comic Story"So the Knitwit Knitting Club's meeting here today" (1 page)
FeaturingSmokey Stover
CreditsScript: Bill Holman (credited) | Pencils: Bill Holman (credited) | Inks: Bill Holman (credited)
ContentGenre: Humor | Characters: Smokey Stover; Cookie Stover; Spooky (a cat)
NotesCopyright, 1940, by News Syndicate Co., Inc.
 
Comic Story"G'night, Chief! Wait, Nick!" (6 pages)
FeaturingNick Terry as The Owl
CreditsPencils: Frank Thomas (credited) | Inks: Frank Thomas (credited)
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: Owl [Nick Terry]; Belle Wayne; Chief Murphy; Seth Swivelbottom; Mrs. Swivelbottom
NotesCopr., 1942, by R. S. Callender.
 
Comic Story"A crate of poisonous snakes proves deadly" (6 pages)
FeaturingGang Busters
ContentGenre: Crime | Characters: Chief John Winston; Officer Murphy; Officer Frazer; Jinks (villain, death); Pete (villain, death)
NotesCopr., 1942 by Phillips H. Lord, Inc.
 
Text StoryThe Deserter (2 pages)
CreditsPencils: Hal Bittner [as Hal BiT] (signed) | Inks: Hal Bittner [as Hal BiT] (signed) | Letters: typeset
ContentGenre: Adventure | Characters: Jeff Otis; Mike (a dog)
 
Comic Story"Tell me, Dave -- does this cliff run all around the island's central part?" (8 pages)
FeaturingThe Hurricane Kids
CreditsScript: Albert Hartje (credited) | Pencils: Will Ely (credited) | Inks: Will Ely (credited)
ContentGenre: Adventure; Historical | Characters: The Hurricane Kids [Alan Burnham; Dave Burnham]; Captain Bill Brady; Omu
NotesCopr., 1942, by R. S. Callender.
 
Comic Story"Gosh - it was double peachy of the Chief to give me the afternoon off" (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
NotesCopyright, 1940, by News Syndicate Co., Inc.
 
PSA"A special message to the boys and girls of America from Henry Morgenthau, Jr., Secretary of the Treasury" (1 page)
SynopsisThe publishers donated this space, on behalf of the U.S. Savings Bonds and War Stamps campaign, to published a letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, Henry Morgenthau, Jr., encouraging the boys and girls of America to buy at least one 10 cent Savings Stamp each week to help the war effort.
CreditsScript: Henry Morgenthau, Jr. (credited) | Pencils:? (illustration) | Inks:? (illustration) | Letters:?; typeset
ContentGenre: Advocacy
NotesBack cover. This PSA appears in comics from multiple publishers in 1942.
 
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