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Famous Funnies
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PublicationMarch 1942 | Price: 0.10 USD; 0.15 CAD | Pages: 1 | Frequency: monthly
 
CoverRelax! Read the Comics
FeaturingNapoleon
CreditsScript: Stephen Douglas? | Pencils: Stephen Douglas (signed) | Inks: Stephen Douglas (signed)
ContentGenre: Humor; Animal | Characters: Napoleon; Uncle Elby
 
Publisher advertisementStar Attractions (1 page)
FeaturingDickie Dare; Buck Rogers
CreditsScript:? (promo copy) | Pencils: Stephen Douglas [as S.A.D.] (signed) | Inks: Stephen Douglas [as S.A.D.] (signed) | Letters:?; typeset
ContentCharacters: Dickie Dare; Dan Flynn; Buck Rogers
NotesPromotional advertisement for Dickie Dan (Eastern Color, 1941 series) #2 and Buck Rogers (Eastern Color, 1940 series) #3.
 
Cartoon"Squeaky"
FeaturingLife's Like That
CreditsScript: Fred Neher | Pencils: Fred Neher | Inks: Fred Neher | Letters: Fred Neher?
ContentGenre: Humor
NotesFour free floating gag cartoons.
 
AdvertisementStamps for the Collector
FeaturingThe Mail Box
CreditsScript:? (ad copy) | Pencils:? (illustration) | Inks:? (illustration) | Letters: typeset
ContentGenre: Non-fiction
NotesAdvertisement feature for stamp collectors. Single advertisement for British King George VI Coronation stamps from Tatham Stamp Company of Springfield, Massachusetts.
 
Comic Story"Dr. Huer, Look!"] [Martian Invasion of Earth, Part 3: Flight of the Ghost Ship (6 pages)
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: Buck Rogers; Buddy Deering; Dr. Huer; Black Barney; Alura; Doolb, King of Death [Zanda, Queen of Space Raiders (disguised)] (villain, death); Prince Gool (villain); the Martians (villains)
 
Text ArticleFearless Flint is an Outstanding Feature (1 page)
FeaturingLet's Get into a Huddle
CreditsPencils: Harry G. Peter (Fearless Flint panel);? (Reg'lar Fellers panel) | Inks: Harry G. Peter (Fearless Flint panel);? (Reg'lar Fellers panel) | Letters: typeset
ContentGenre: Non-fiction
NotesMentions Reg'lar Fellers Heroic Comics (Eastern Color, 1940 series) #11 (March 1942) was already on sale, and next issue of Famous Funnies (Eastern Color, 1934 series) #93 (April 1942) would be on sale March 13, 1942. Also promoting the Reg'lar Fellers movie. Mentions Dickie Dare (Eastern Color, 1941 series) #2 and Buck Rogers (Eastern Color, 1940 series) #3 would be off newsstands soon. Correspondence snippets from Barbara Berry of Merchantville, New Jersey; Charlotte Sousa of Bristol, Rhode Island; Irwin Moskowitz of New York, New York; and Lorraine Wilson of Renton, Washington.
 
Publisher advertisementFamous Funnies Patterns (1 page)
CreditsPencils:? (illustrations) | Inks:? (illustrations) | Letters: typeset
ContentGenre: Non-fiction
NotesPatterns 10 cents each that could be ordered from Famous Funnies Patterns, 106 Seventh Avenue, New York, New York.
 
Comic Story"Jack Bradley is on Conajee Island in the South Seas..." (6 pages)
FeaturingFearless Flint
CreditsPencils: Harry G. Peter | Inks: Harry G. Peter
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: Fearless Flint [Jack Bradley]; Lava Man (villain); John Anderson; June Anderson; Chief Waka (villain); unnamed Conajee Island natives
 
Comic StoryPetition (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 petitioner from the Butinsky Club
 
Comic Story"We find our friends in Dr. Chrono's laboratory..."] [The Time Projector (5 pages)
FeaturingConnie
CreditsScript: Frank Godwin | Pencils: Frank Godwin | Inks: Frank Godwin | Letters: Frank Godwin?
ContentGenre: Adventure; Science Fiction | Characters: Connie Kurridge; Dr. Chrono: Jack; Professor Borgg (villain)
NotesSunday pages reworked to cover multiple pages. Part of The Time Projector overall story arc.
 
Comic Story"Be careful Jitter! That's my best china!" (1 page)
FeaturingJitter
CreditsScript: Arthur Poinier | Pencils: Arthur Poinier | Inks: Arthur Poinier | Letters: Arthur Poinier?
ContentGenre: Humor; Anthropomorphic-funny Animals | Characters: Jitter; unnamed husband; unnamed wife
 
Comic Story"Remember how she saved my life and wuz smashed up by a bear?" (5 pages)
FeaturingDickie Dare
CreditsScript: Coulton Waugh | Pencils: Coulton Waugh (signed) | Inks: Coulton Waugh (signed) | Letters: Coulton Waugh?
ContentGenre: Adventure; Children | Characters: Dickie Dare; Dan Flynn; Wags (a dog); unnamed telegraph operator; Mam'selle; Doctor Murdock; Doctor Andre Du Maurier
 
Comic Story"Down she plunged to the very depth of the old well" (4 pages)
FeaturingInvisible Scarlet O'Neil
CreditsScript: Russell Stamm | Pencils: Russell Stamm (signed) | Inks: Russell Stamm (signed) | Letters: Russell Stamm?
ContentCharacters: Scarlet O'Neil; Paul Itch (Ivan's twin brother, death); Shiltz (villain); Iltz (villain); Ivan Itch (villain)
 
FeaturingThe Pen Pal Page
CreditsPencils:? (logo art) | Inks:? (logo art) | Letters: typeset
 
Comic StoryJacqueline of Holland
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: Jacqueline of Holland; Duke Philip of Burgundy; Francis Van Borselen
NotesStory conclusion.
 
Cartoon"Puritans of Colonial Connecticut were sometimes called 'Pumpkinheads'..."
SynopsisHistorical facts about the Pilgrims, the shoreline of the State of Michigan, and the travel distance made by front and rear tires on automobiles.
FeaturingWould You Believe It?
CreditsScript: J. Carroll Mansfield | Pencils: J. Carroll Mansfield | Inks: J. Carroll Mansfield | Letters: J. Carroll Mansfield
ContentGenre: Non-fiction
 
Cartoon"A Turkish Galley of the 16th Century..."
FeaturingHistoric Ships
CreditsScript: J. Carroll Mansfield | Pencils: J. Carroll Mansfield (signed) | Inks: J. Carroll Mansfield (signed) | Letters: J. Carroll Mansfield
ContentGenre: Non-fiction
 
Comic Story"Oil! Holy smokes - where is it coming from, Tex?" (5 pages)
FeaturingScorchy Smith
CreditsScript: Bert Christman | Pencils: Bert Christman (signed) | Inks: Bert Christman (signed) | Letters: Bert Christman?
ContentGenre: Adventure; Aviation | Characters: Scorchy Smith; Tex; Kay; General Chung-Ying; unnamed student pilot trainees; unnamed pilot
NotesChristman worked on Scorchy Smith from 1936 until 1938, so these strips are from that time period.
 
Comic Story"Sh-h! Come along Willie!" (1 page)
FeaturingNapoleon
CreditsScript: Clifford McBride | Pencils: Clifford McBride | Inks: Clifford McBride | Letters: Clifford McBride?
ContentGenre: Humor; Anthropomorphic-funny Animals | Characters: Napoleon; Uncle Elby; Willie
 
Comic Story"Hello! How's the tutor of blondes?" (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; Dictator of Certiorari; unnamed revolutionary; Mr. Raffdoggle
NotesThe Oaky Doaks daily for 1938-9-26 was originally titled, "Generous to a Fault."
 
Comic Story"Huh? So This is Washington!" (4 pages)
FeaturingSkyroads
CreditsScript: Russell Keaton | Pencils: Russell Keaton (signed) | Inks: Russell Keaton (signed) | Letters: Russell Keaton?
ContentGenre: Adventure; Aviation | Characters: The Flying Legion [Tommy; Billy Hill; Juniper]; unnamed Army Air Corps officer; unnamed member of ground crew
NotesRussell Keaton worked on this comic strip from 1933 to 1939, so this comic come from that time period.
 
Comic Story"Winters do you realize we're in th' lighthouse - get out!" (5 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; unnamed bomb planter; Winters; unnamed Federal officer; Chunky; Sam; Mr. Sharp; Mr. Davis; Mr. Kimbal
 
Comic Story"I think I'll just try out my new recipe..." (1 page)
FeaturingNapoleon
CreditsScript: Clifford McBride | Pencils: Clifford McBride (signed) | Inks: Clifford McBride (signed) | Letters: Clifford McBride?
ContentGenre: Humor; Anthropomorphic-funny Animals | Characters: Napoleon; Uncle Elby
 
Comic Story"Who hit you?" (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]; unnamed man with a black eye; Windy; Henie; unnamed police officer; unnamed police detective; Brad; Mr. Ginsberg [as A.G.]; Maxie; Rico Di Migo; Buddy
 
Activity"Write the nine given numbers, one into each circle." (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 | Characters: Reprints Funland Sunday (United Feature Syndicate) 19XX-XX-XX
NotesPuzzle and activity page.
 
Text StoryWhen Wings Fail (2 pages)
CreditsScript: E. Albert Willard | Pencils: Harry G. Peter? (illustrations) | Inks: Harry G. Peter? (illustrations) | Letters:? (story title box); typeset
ContentGenre: Adventure; Aviation | Characters: Dick Bourdon; Vance Arcou; Tilo Linn; Arson Rimwell
 
Comic StoryA Rare Bit of Shooting!
FeaturingMescal Ike
CreditsScript: S. L. Huntley | Pencils: Art Huhta | Inks: Art Huhta
ContentGenre: Humor; Western-frontier | Characters: Pa Piffle [Paw Piffle]; unnamed bank employee; unnamed bank robbers
 
Comic StoryManhunt!
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]; Young 'Un [Youngun]
 
Comic StoryAnd That Ain't Hay!
FeaturingMescal Ike
CreditsScript: S. L. Huntley | Pencils: Art Huhta | Inks: Art Huhta
ContentGenre: Humor; Western-frontier | Characters: Pa Piffle [Paw Piffle]; Wal
 
Comic StoryWho's Shaving Who?
FeaturingMescal Ike
CreditsScript: S. L. Huntley | Pencils: Art Huhta | Inks: Art Huhta
ContentGenre: Humor; Western-frontier | Characters: Mescal Ike; Pa Piffle [Paw Piffle]
 
Comic Story"Y'know, Betsy-for a kid who never a powder puff..." (3 pages)
FeaturingBig Chief Wahoo
CreditsScript: Allen Saunders | Pencils: Elmer Woggon [as Wog] (signed) | Inks: Elmer Woggon [as Wog] (signed) | Letters: Elmer Woggon?
ContentGenre: Adventure | Characters: Steve Roper; Betsy Boone; Big Chief Wahoo; Mrs. Boone (Betsy's mother); Mr. Boone (Betsy's father)
NotesThe feature is just titled "Chief Wahoo" only.
 
Comic Story"By golly, summer isn't so far away!" (1 page)
FeaturingNapoleon
CreditsScript: Clifford McBride | Pencils: Clifford McBride | Inks: Clifford McBride | Letters: Clifford McBride?
ContentGenre: Humor; Anthropomorphic-funny Animals | Characters: Napoleon; Uncle Elby; unnamed orderly
 
Comic StoryA New and Amazing Thrilling That Will Make Your Hair Stand on End (1 page)
FeaturingMusic Master
CreditsScript:? (promo copy); Stephen Douglas (splash page reprint); Bill Everett? (splash page reprint) | Pencils: Bill Everett | Inks: Bill Everett | Letters:?; typeset
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: The Music Master [John Wallace]; Papa Antonini; Van Alterman; Paganini (dog)
NotesInside back cover. Promotion advertisement for the Music Master feature first appearing in Reg'lar Fellers Heroic Comics (1940 series, Eastern Color) #12 (May 1942). Shows the splash page of the "John Wallace Violinist" story. Lists as being on the stands April 1st.
 
AdvertisementPrizes for All! (1 page)
FeaturingAmerican Seed Company
CreditsScript:? (ad copy) | Pencils:? (illustrations) | Inks:? (illustrations) | Letters: typeset
NotesBack cover. Advertisement to earn prizes for selling seeds for American Seed Company, Inc. of Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
 
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