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Crown Comics
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PublicationFebruary 1947 | Price: 0.10 USD | Pages: 1 | Frequency: quarterly
FeaturingHarry Hotspur
Comic StoryHarry Hotspur (7 pages)
ContentCharacters: Harry Hotspur
Comic StoryHubert (6 pages)
CreditsScript: Frank Little | Pencils: Frank Little?
ContentGenre: Children
Comic Story"Come back Nuna, there is danger..." (6 pages)
SynopsisVoodah kills a man clad in a crocodile costume who kidnapped girls and sold them to a slavetrader.
CreditsPencils: Alex Blum? | Inks: David Heames?
ContentGenre: Jungle | Characters: Voodah; Monee (princess); Kulak (witch doctor); Slaver
NotesSome of the faces on page two, and of the slaver, look like Blum's work, but uncertain. He worked on Crown Comics. Heames is credited on inking this feature by Jerry Bails' Who's Who, and it looks a bit like his signed story in # 6, but uncertain, as the printing is not as clear here.
Text StoryThe Clue That Had Wings (2 pages)
CreditsLetters: typeset
Comic Story"Mickey takes a cruise on the luxury liner..." (8 pages)
SynopsisMickey helps the captain to catch a sneak thief aboard the cruiser.
FeaturingMickey Magic
CreditsPencils: Al Feldstein | Inks: Al Feldstein
ContentGenre: Crime | Characters: Mickey Magic; Trixy (dog); Captain; Thief
NotesThe artwork here is identical to Feldstein's signed Mickey story in issue #7, and to note is the faces with thin inklines on the cheeks of Mickey, and on his hair. Also the saggy "wet" look of folds in clothing.
Comic StoryClarence (6 pages)
ContentGenre: Children
Comic Story"For years scientists associated the scarab..." (7 pages)
SynopsisAn old golden scarab has been found in a hidden city in the Grand Canyon, and is the passport to the biggest scoop ever for Ace and Foggy.
FeaturingAce of the Newsreels
CreditsPencils: Matt Baker | Inks: Al Feldstein?
ContentGenre: Adventure | Characters: Ace Williams (reporter); Foggy (girl assisstant)
NotesBaker is credited on pencil on this feature by Jerry Bails' Who's Who, and his faces with creepy eyes are not to be mistaken. The inking could be Feldstein, when looking at the folds in clothing. He is also credited on inking the Ace story in issue #7 by JVJ.
Comic Story"Now there she is corny..." (6 pages)
FeaturingBuck Farrell
CreditsPencils: Ganteau (signed) | Inks: Ganteau (signed)
ContentGenre: War | Characters: Buck Farrell (ship captain); Corny (his pal)
NotesSigned on the frontdeck of U-boat. Nothing more is found about this artist.
Comic Story"It's too nice a day to go to school." (1 page)
SynopsisTacky goes to a horror movie.
CreditsScript: Frank Bolle | Pencils: Frank Bolle (signed) | Inks: Leonard Starr (signed)
ContentGenre: Humor; Children | Characters: Tacky
NotesInside back cover. Credits per Bolle, "Interview with Frank Bolle" (https://web.archive.org/web/20130510042527/http://www.frankbollestudio.com/frank_bolle_interviews.htm): "I had some samples I did for a little tiny outlet called Crown Comics [sic; title of series published by McCombs] where I wrote some stories and I started out by doing a filler — they had a 48-pager but they had space in the back, so they needed a one-page story. I said, 'If you need it Monday, I'll bring it in on Monday', and I wrote a cute little story and they printed it on the back and that was my first sample."
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