CHAMP COMICS. February, 1941, Vol. 1 No. 12. Published bi-monthly by CHAMP PUBLISHING COMPANY, 225 West 57th Street, New York, N. Y. Reentered as second class matter September 25, 1940, at the post office at New York, N. Y. under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription rates in the United States, $1.20 yearly. Entire contents Copyright, 1941, by Champ Publishing Company. The characters and events pictured herein are entirely fictitious. The Publisher accepts no responsibility for unsolicited material.
Editor from October 1, 1941 statement of ownership. Previously credited editor (Leon Harvey) unlikely as Harvey did not take over the title until #18 (as Family Comics, Inc.).
Leo Greenwald signs this as "Leo Greenwald, Publisher", but the statement just gives Worth Publishing Co., Inc. as the publisher and Greenwald as the editor.
Address for both Greenwald and Worth Pub. Co., Inc. is:
122 East 42nd St., New York City
Note that this issue is published by Champ Publishing Company at a different address. All previous issues were published by Worth Pub. Co., Inc., edited by Worth Carnahan, so this issue captures various stages of the transition. The SOO would almost certainly have been sworn to before the indicia was typeset.
last app. of Colonial-era Liberty Lads
Four one-panel gag cartoons.
Johnny Fox regains his invisibility powers