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PublicationNovember 1940 | Price: 0.10 USD; 0.15 CAD | Pages: 1 | Frequency: monthly
 
CoverThe Nation's Comic Monthly
FeaturingNapoleon
CreditsPencils: Clifford McBride | Inks: Clifford McBride | Letters: typeset
ContentGenre: Humor; Animal | Characters: Napoleon; Willie; unnamed kid
 
Publisher advertisementWho is the Hydroman? (1 page)
FeaturingHydroman
CreditsScript:? (promo copy) | Pencils: Bill Everett (illustration) | Inks: Bill Everett (illustration) | Letters: typeset
ContentCharacters: Hydroman
NotesInside front cover. Indicia at the bottom of the page. Promotional advertisement for Reg'lar Fellers Heroic Comics (Eastern Color, 1940 series) #3 (November 1940). Includes small reproduction of the cover of that issue. Hydroman illustration probably reproduced from one of his stories.
 
CartoonThrowing Cold Water
FeaturingThe Gay Thirties
CreditsScript: Henry "Hank" Barrow | Pencils: Henry "Hank" Barrow | Inks: Henry "Hank" Barrow | Letters: Henry "Hank" Barrow
ContentGenre: Humor; Children
 
AdvertisementPrizes! Choose Yours Now!
CreditsScript:? (ad copy) | Pencils:? (illustrations); Fred Harmon (Red Ryder and Papoose figures) (signed) | Inks:? (illustrations); Fred Harmon (Red Ryder and Papoose figures) (signed) | Letters: typeset
ContentCharacters: Red Ryder; Papoose; Gene Autry
NotesAdvertisement for selling christmas seals for prizes from the American Specialty Company of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Prizes include Daisy's 1000 Shot Red Ryder Carbine and Gene Autry's Holster Set.
 
Cartoon"Do you mind? We needed a dummy for tackling practice!" (1 page)
FeaturingGoofie Gags
CreditsScript: Victor Pazmiño | Pencils: Victor Pazmiño [as VEP] (signed) | Inks: Victor Pazmiño [as VEP] (signed) | Letters: Victor Pazmiño
ContentGenre: Humor; Sports
 
CartoonWendell Willkie (1 page)
SynopsisBiography of businessman Wendell Willkie.
FeaturingAbove the Crowd
CreditsScript: Stookie Allen | Pencils: Stookie Allen | Inks: Stookie Allen | Letters: Stookie Allen
ContentGenre: Biography | Characters: Wendell Willkie
NotesLikely from 1940 as Willkie was the Republican Party candidate for President for the 1940 United States election.
 
Comic Story"Look Phil! Do you see those lights on the ground?" (4 pages)
FeaturingRoy Powers
CreditsScript: Paul Powell | Pencils: Frank Godwin [as Paul Powell] | Inks: Frank Godwin [as Paul Powell] | Letters: Frank Godwin?
ContentGenre: Adventure | Characters: Roy Powers; Phil; Chunky; Sheriff Barker; Nels Nellson-Shan; Shan's henchmen; unnamed G-Man (F.B.I. agent)
NotesFull logo states the comic strip is, Eagle Scout Roy Powers, Official Story of the Boy Scouts of America.
 
Text StoryEight-Two-Seven-Shift Back to Work (1 page)
FeaturingLet's Get into a Huddle
CreditsPencils: Stephen Douglas (logo illustration) (signed); Bill Everett (Reg'lar Fellers Heroic Comics #3 cover);? (illustration) | Inks: Stephen Douglas (logo illustration) (signed); Bill Everett (Reg'lar Fellers Heroic Comics #3 cover);? (illustration) | Letters: typeset
ContentGenre: Non-fiction
NotesMentions Reg'lar Fellers Heroic Comics (Eastern, 1940 series) #3 (November 1940) was already on sale, and next issue of Famous Funnies (Eastern, 1934 series) #77 (December 1940) would be on sale November 15, 1940.
 
Comic StoryRoyal Pawns (1 page)
FeaturingHigh Lights of History
CreditsScript: J. Carroll Mansfield | Pencils: J. Carroll Mansfield (signed) | Inks: J. Carroll Mansfield (signed) | Letters: J. Carroll Mansfield
ContentGenre: Non-fiction; History | Characters: Edward Seymour; King Edward VI; Thomas Seymour; Lord John Dudley
 
Comic Story"There's the place for you, Williams!" (4 pages)
FeaturingSkyroads
CreditsScript: Russell Keaton | Pencils: Russell Keaton (signed) | Inks: Russell Keaton (signed) | Letters: Russell Keaton
ContentGenre: Adventure; Aviation | Characters: The Flying Legion [Lieutenant Clipper Williams; Tommy; Juniper [as Junipah]; Billy Hill]; Lovejoy [Flyin's Phantom; Stroud]; Harris; Indian Joe; spies [Count; Toto; one unnamed]; unnamed radio operator; unnamed naval commander
 
Comic Story"Who's next? Wear a 'mum at the big game!"
FeaturingHairbreadth Harry
CreditsScript: F.O. Alexander | Pencils: F.O. Alexander [as Alexander] (signed) | Inks: F.O. Alexander [as Alexander] (signed) | Letters: F.O. Alexander?
ContentGenre: Humor | Characters: Hairbreadth Harry [Harold Hollingsworth]; Belinda Blinks; Relentless Rudolph Ruddigore Rassendale
 
Comic Story"Gwan! Heave it ya sissy!
FeaturingHigh-Gear Homer
CreditsScript: F.O. Alexander | Pencils: F.O. Alexander | Inks: F.O. Alexander | Letters: F.O. Alexander?
ContentGenre: Humor | Characters: Homer; two unnamed kids
NotesHigh-Gear Homer is a topper (footer) to the Hairbreadth Harry comic strip listed in the previous sequence.
 
Comic Story"As prisoners of war Buddy and Alura are in chains..."] [Martian Invasion of Earth, Part 2: The Island of Doom (1 page)
FeaturingBuck Rogers in the 25th Century
CreditsScript: Rick Yager [as Dick Calkins] | Pencils: Rick Yager [as Dick Calkins] (signed) | Inks: Rick Yager [as Dick Calkins] (signed) | Letters: Rick Yager?
ContentGenre: Science Fiction | Characters: Buddy Deering; Alura; Black Barney; a Tigerman; unnamed masked man
 
Comic Story"On the Martian 'Island of Doom'"] [Martian Invasion of Earth, Part 2: The Island of Doom (1 page)
FeaturingBuck Rogers in the 25th Century
CreditsScript: Rick Yager | Pencils: Rick Yager | Inks: Rick Yager | Letters: Rick Yager?
ContentGenre: Science Fiction | Characters: unnamed Tigermen; Black Barney; Buck Rogers; Buddy Deering; Alura; unnamed masked man
NotesDick Calkins name does not show up in this strip.
 
Comic Story"Silence! A Message!"] [Martian Invasion of Earth, Part 2: The Island of Doom (1 page)
FeaturingBuck Rogers in the 25th Century
CreditsScript: Rick Yager | Pencils: Rick Yager | Inks: Rick Yager | Letters: Rick Yager?
ContentGenre: Science Fiction | Characters: unnamed Tigermen; Black Barney; Buck Rogers; Buddy Deering; Alura; unnamed masked man
NotesDick Calkins name does not show up in this strip.
 
Comic Story"Wal here I be - at the bottom of th' Bay O' Doom!"] [Martian Invasion of Earth, Part 2: The Island of Doom (1 page)
FeaturingBuck Rogers in the 25th Century
CreditsScript: Rick Yager [as Dick Calkins] | Pencils: Rick Yager [as Dick Calkins] (signed) | Inks: Rick Yager [as Dick Calkins] (signed) | Letters: Rick Yager?
ContentGenre: Science Fiction | Characters: Black Barney; Buck Rogers; Buddy Deering; Alura; unnamed masked man
 
Comic StoryJitter Chases After Woman's Hat (1 page)
FeaturingJitter
CreditsScript: Arthur Poinier | Pencils: Arthur Poinier | Inks: Arthur Poinier | Letters: Arthur Poinier? (logo and byline only)
ContentGenre: Humor; Anthropomorphic-funny Animals | Characters: Jitter; Millie; unnamed boy; unnamed soda jerk clerk
NotesThis is wordless comic story.
 
Comic Story"Madam Nobody! That's Phoney!" (4 pages)
FeaturingSpeed Spaulding
CreditsScript: Edwin Balmer; Philip Wylie (credited, see notes) | Pencils: Marvin Bradley (signed) | Inks: Marvin Bradley (signed)
ContentGenre: Adventure; Science Fiction | Characters: Speed Spaulding; Madame Nobody; Rex; Mr. Torpedo; Lefty; Jerry
NotesEdwin Balmer and Philip Wylie were credited as the comics' creators on the original strip but their names are not listed here in this reprint.
 
Comic Story"Here it is, Doc! Th' treasure-' (4 pages)
FeaturingDickie Dare
CreditsScript: Coulton Waugh | Pencils: Coulton Waugh (signed) | Inks: Coulton Waugh (signed) | Letters: Coulton Waugh?
ContentGenre: Adventure; Children | Characters: Dickie Dare; Doctor Murdock; Captain Yakovac; Dan Flynn; Wags
 
Comic Story"Guess Uncle Phil was pretty keen 'bout Miss Georgia..." (2 pages)
FeaturingThe Adventures of Patsy
CreditsScript: Mel Graff | Pencils: Mel Graff (signed) | Inks: Mel Graff (signed) | Letters: Mel Graff?
ContentGenre: Adventure; Children | Characters: Patsy; Uncle Phil
 
Comic StoryChampion (1 page)
FeaturingNapoleon
CreditsScript: Clifford McBride | Pencils: Clifford McBride | Inks: Clifford McBride | Letters: Clifford McBride?
ContentGenre: Humor; Animal | Characters: Napoleon; Uncle Elby
 
Comic Story"It was thoughtful of you to carve Jack-O' Lanterns for all the children, Wahoo!" (1 page)
FeaturingBig Chief Wahoo
CreditsScript: Allen Saunders [as Saunders] | Pencils: Elmer Woggon [as Woggon] [as Wog] (signed) | Inks: Elmer Woggon [as Woggon] [as Wog] (signed) | Letters: Elmer Woggon
ContentGenre: Humor | Characters: Big Chief Wahoo; Minnie-Ha-Cha; Mooseface
NotesLast panel includes a paper doll cut-out items called "Chief Wahoo Kut-Um-Outs".
 
FeaturingThe Pen Pal Page
CreditsPencils:? (logo art) | Inks:? (logo art) | Letters: typeset
 
Comic StoryFashion Editor (1 page)
FeaturingNapoleon
CreditsScript: Clifford McBride | Pencils: Clifford McBride (signed) | Inks: Clifford McBride (signed) | Letters: Clifford McBride?
ContentGenre: Humor; Animal | Characters: Napoleon; Uncle Elby; unnamed tailor
 
Comic StorySpunky Dory Writes His Story... (1 page)
FeaturingSpunky Dory
CreditsScript: M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed) | Pencils: M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed) | Inks: M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed) | Letters: M. E. Brady
ContentGenre: Humor; Western-frontier | Characters: Spunky; Duchess (Spunky's goat); Marvin the Marvel; Joshua (Marvin's goat)
 
Comic Story"Laura- Couldn't I eat just a little, and still see you?" (4 pages)
FeaturingOaky Doaks
CreditsScript: William McCleery [as RB Fuller] | Pencils: Ralph Fuller [as RB Fuller] (signed) | Inks: Ralph Fuller [as RB Fuller] (signed) | Letters: Ralph Fuller?
ContentGenre: Humor; Historical | Characters: Sir Oaky Doaks; King Cedric; Laura; Mr. Flintside; Captain Blub; Mis Gilby; unnamed members of Blub's crew
 
Comic StoryThe Rhyming Rover (1 page)
FeaturingSeaweed Sam
CreditsScript: Victor Pazmiño | Pencils: Victor Pazmiño [as VEP] (signed) | Inks: Victor Pazmiño [as VEP] (signed) | Letters: Victor Pazmiño
ContentGenre: Humor; Children | Characters: Sam; Tiny
 
Comic Story"This will be a great day in professional football!" (1 page)
FeaturingBig Chief Wahoo
CreditsScript: Allen Saunders [as Saunders] | Pencils: Elmer Woggon [as Woggon] [as Wog] (signed) | Inks: Elmer Woggon [as Woggon] [as Wog] (signed) | Letters: Elmer Woggon
ContentGenre: Humor; Sports | Characters: Big Chief Wahoo; unnamed football teammate; unnamed referee
NotesLast panel includes a paper doll cut-out items called "Wahoo Kut-Um-Outs".
 
Comic Story"Who are you? I'm Skip Allen - are you Miss Hunkatin?" (2 pages)
FeaturingOlly of the Movies
CreditsScript: Julian Ollendorff | Pencils: Julian Ollendorff | Inks: Julian Ollendorff | Letters: Julian Ollendorff?
ContentGenre: Adventure | Characters: Olly Lane [Olive Lane]; Skip Allen; Irma Hunkatin; unnamed bandits; Sheriff Longhorn Walt; Buddy Lane; unnamed airplane operator
 
Comic Story"An hour later - That's Rabat below, Mickey..." (2 pages)
FeaturingScorchy Smith
CreditsScript: Noel Sickles | Pencils: Noel Sickles (signed) | Inks: Noel Sickles (signed) | Letters: Noel Sickles?
ContentGenre: Adventure; Aviation | Characters: Scorchy Smith; Mickey; Himmelstoss
NotesSickles's worked on Scorchy Smith from 1933 until 1936, so these strips are from that time period.
 
Comic Story"James, tell Mr. Rockwell I'll be using the yacht!"
FeaturingSomebody's Stenog
CreditsScript: Sam Nichols? | Pencils: Sam Nichols? [as A.E. Hayward] (signed) | Inks: Sam Nichols? [as A.E. Hayward] (signed) | Letters: Sam Nichols?
ContentGenre: Humor | Characters: Miss Cam O'Flage; James; Mary Doodle; unnamed sailor
 
Comic Story"Isn't that Mrs Gab of the Debating Society?"
FeaturingThe Back-Seat Driver
CreditsScript: Sam Nichols? | Pencils: Sam Nichols? | Inks: Sam Nichols? | Letters: Sam Nichols?
ContentGenre: Humor | Characters: unnamed driver; unnamed back-seat driver; Mrs Gab
NotesThe Back-Seat Driver is a topper (footer) to the Somebody's Stenog comic strip listed in the previous sequence.
 
Comic Story"The Lone Rider sits stunned and awed as Dr. Chuda calmly reveals that he is 50,000 years old!" (2 pages)
SynopsisCaleb has his henchmen capture the Lone Rider's girl. Dr. Chuda knocks out The Lone Rider to take care of Stone himself.
FeaturingLightnin' and the Lone Rider
CreditsScript: Jack Kirby? | Pencils: Jack Kirby [as Lance Kirby] (signed) | Inks: Jack Kirby [as Lance Kirby] (signed) | Letters: Jack Kirby
ContentGenre: Western-frontier | Characters: The Lone Rider [Jim Larrimore]; Dr. Chuda, the Deathless One; Caleb Stone (villain); Stone's unnamed henchmen; unnamed female captive
NotesLetters credit identified by Greg Theakston and later Harry Mendryk on the Jack Kirby Museum web page http://kirbymuseum.org/blogs/simonandkirby/archives/2369, 31 October 2008 (retrieved 15 December 2014). Given the fantasy elements of the plotline Kirby may well be the writer.
 
CartoonVictor McLaglen (1 page)
SynopsisBiography of actor Victor McLaglen.
FeaturingAbove the Crowd
CreditsScript: Stookie Allen | Pencils: Stookie Allen (signed) | Inks: Stookie Allen (signed) | Letters: Stookie Allen
ContentGenre: Biography | Characters: Victor McLaglen
 
Comic StoryUncle Elby Tries to Iron his Pants (1 page)
FeaturingNapoleon
CreditsScript: Clifford McBride | Pencils: Clifford McBride (signed) | Inks: Clifford McBride (signed)
ContentGenre: Humor; Anthropomorphic-funny Animals | Characters: Napoleon; Uncle Elby
NotesThis is wordless comic story.
 
Comic Story"It's Midnight stranger - why don't you take off that mask?" (1 page)
FeaturingBig Chief Wahoo
CreditsScript: Allen Saunders [as Saunders] | Pencils: Elmer Woggon [as Woggon] [as Wog] (signed) | Inks: Elmer Woggon [as Woggon] [as Wog] (signed) | Letters: Elmer Woggon
ContentGenre: Humor | Characters: Big Chief Wahoo; Ammonia (Wahoo's horse); Pigtails; Gusto; Dave Gerard
NotesLast panel called "Indian Slango" which purports to list Native American slang.
 
Comic Story"Meanwhile - Babe gasping for breath, races on and on.." (2 pages)
FeaturingBabe Bunting
CreditsScript: Roy L. Williams (credited) | Pencils: Roy L. Williams [as Williams] (credited) | Inks: Roy L. Williams [as Williams] (credited) | Letters: Roy L. Williams?
ContentGenre: Adventure; Children | Characters: Babe Bunting; Mrs. Bunting; Benjy; Zenas; unnamed police officer; Drood (villain); two unnamed Drood thugs
 
Comic StoryIs a Rabbit in Hand Worth Two Turkey?
FeaturingMescal Ike
CreditsScript: S. L. Huntley | Pencils: Art Huhta | Inks: Art Huhta
ContentGenre: Humor; Western-frontier | Characters: Mescal Ike; Pa Piffle [Paw Piffle]; Miss Sally Price
 
Comic StoryWindy Must Be an Ear Bender!
FeaturingMescal Ike
CreditsScript: S. L. Huntley | Pencils: Art Huhta | Inks: Art Huhta
ContentGenre: Humor; Western-frontier | Characters: Mescal Ike; Pa Piffle [Paw Piffle]
 
Comic StoryThar's Gold in that Thar Tooth Pulling!
FeaturingMescal Ike
CreditsScript: S. L. Huntley | Pencils: Art Huhta (signed) | Inks: Art Huhta (signed)
ContentGenre: Humor; Western-frontier | Characters: Mescal Ike; Pa Piffle [Paw Piffle]; Miss Sally Price; Young 'Un [Youngun];
 
Comic StoryThe Mystery of the Missing Drumstick!
FeaturingMescal Ike
CreditsScript: S. L. Huntley | Pencils: Art Huhta | Inks: Art Huhta
ContentGenre: Humor; Western-frontier | Characters: Miss Sally Price; Mescal Ike; Pa Piffle [Paw Piffle]; Samanthey Buckstopple; Sheriff Lem Stebbins; Dirty Shirt Mulloney; Young 'Un [Youngun]; unnamed dog
 
Comic Story"Those bags belong to Uncle Phineas!"
FeaturingConnie
CreditsScript: Frank Godwin | Pencils: Frank Godwin | Inks: Frank Godwin | Letters: Frank Godwin?
ContentGenre: Adventure | Characters: Connie Kurridge; Mr. Kurridge (Connie's father); Phineas Kurridge (Connie's uncle); Connie's three unnamed girlfriends
 
Comic Story"Now Junior - I want you to be good - understand?"
FeaturingThe Wet Blanket
CreditsScript: Frank Godwin | Pencils: Frank Godwin | Inks: Frank Godwin | Letters: Frank Godwin?
ContentGenre: Humor; Domestic | Characters: Junior; Junior's unnamed father
NotesThe Wet Blanket is a topper (footer) to Connie comic strip listed in the previous sequence.
 
Cartoon"My wife said if I didn't have nerve enough to ask the Boss for a raise..." (1 page)
FeaturingLife's Like That
CreditsScript: Fred Neher | Pencils: Fred Neher | Inks: Fred Neher | Letters: Fred Neher
ContentGenre: Humor
NotesSix free floating gag cartoons.
 
Cartoon"Indian, VA..." (1 page)
SynopsisFull page drawing showing Native Americans on a river's edge.
FeaturingThere's a Town
CreditsScript: M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed) | Pencils: M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed) | Inks: M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed) | Letters: M. E. Brady
ContentGenre: Non-fiction
Notes"Odd" names of towns and cities submitted by readers, this time, with a Native American theme. Submissions were from Lee Collins of Cincinnati, Ohio; Tommye Jeanne Milling "Just Plain Jean" of Coleanor, Alabama; Betty Joe Edgerton of Masquero, New Mexico; Barbara Bunton of Baltimore, Maryland; Laurel Keams of Jarbidge, Nevada; Margaret Smith of Blanchard, Pennsylvania; Dorothy Smith of Key West, Florida; Chuck Billow of Akron, Ohio; Jim A. Parks of New York, New York; and Dwayne Clawson of Lafayette, Indiana.
 
Text StoryWhile the Radio Played (2 pages)
CreditsScript: F. S. Saunders | Pencils:? [as WBE] (signed) (illustration); Tubbrerd? (signed) (illustration) | Inks:? [as WBE] (signed) (illustration); Tubbrerd? (signed) (illustration) | Letters: typeset
ContentGenre: Humor; Crime | Characters: Dave Ormsby; Dynamite (Dave's ram); Mr. Ormsby (Dave's father); Luke (bandit); unnamed bandit; Sheriff Jenkins
NotesIllustration on page two of the story is hard to make out.
 
Comic Story"There's the man who poisoned the boss!" (2 pages)
FeaturingHomer Hoopee
CreditsScript: Fred Locher | Pencils: Fred Locher | Inks: Fred Locher | Letters: Fred Locher?
ContentGenre: Adventure | Characters: Homer Hoopee; Hoopee's Boss; Felix; Ramon Alvarez; unnamed police officers; Mr. Hoopee (Homer's dad)
 
Activity"Our friend, Puss C. Katt, has a little problem in marking." (1 page)
FeaturingFunland Everybody's Playmate
CreditsScript: Art Nugent [as A. W. Nugent] (credited) | Pencils: Art Nugent [as A. W. Nugent] (signed) | Inks: Art Nugent [as A. W. Nugent] (signed) | Letters: Art Nugent ?
ContentGenre: Non-fiction
NotesPuzzle and activity page.
 
Comic StoryFirst Prize (1 page)
FeaturingNapoleon
CreditsScript: Clifford McBride | Pencils: Clifford McBride (signed) | Inks: Clifford McBride (signed) | Letters: Clifford McBride?
ContentGenre: Humor; Animal | Characters: Napoleon; Uncle Elby
 
Activity"It ain't the chant of the tobacco auctioneer" (1 page)
FeaturingMagic Made Easy
CreditsPencils: Stephen Douglas [as SD] (signed) | Inks: Stephen Douglas [as SD] (signed) | Letters:?; typeset
ContentGenre: Non-fiction
NotesActivity page of magic tricks.
 
Publisher advertisementJoin the Buck Rogers Solar Scouts (1 page)
FeaturingBuck Rogers in the 25th Century
CreditsScript:? (promo copy) | Pencils: Stephen Douglas [as S.D.] (signed) | Inks: Stephen Douglas [as S.D.] (signed) | Letters:?; typeset
ContentCharacters: Buck Rogers; Wilma Deering; Buddy Deering
NotesInside back cover. Promotional advertisement to join the Buck Rogers Solar Scouts club.
 
AdvertisementBe a Cowboy! (1 page)
FeaturingRed Ryder; Daisy Manufacturing Company
CreditsScript:? (ad copy) | Pencils: Fred Harman (signed);? (photo) | Inks: Fred Harman (signed);? (photo) | Letters:?; typeset
ContentGenre: Western-frontier | Characters: Fred Harman (photo); Little Beaver; Red Ryder
NotesBack cover. Advertisement featuring characters from the Red Ryder and Fred Harman comic for Red Ryder 1000-shot Carbine BB gun from Daisy Manufacturing Company of Plymouth, Michigan.
 
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