(1946)

Dell, 1942 Series
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Price:
0.10 USD
Pages:
52
Indicia frequency:
?
Indicia / Colophon Publisher:
Dell Publishing Co., Inc.
Brand:
A Dell Magazine [circle]
Editing:
?
Color:
Color
Dimensions:
Standard Golden Age U.S.; Standard Silver Age U.S.
Paper Stock:
Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior
Binding:
Saddle-stitched
Publishing Format:
Was Ongoing Series

Issue Notes

Indicia title is "WINNIE WINKLE, No. 94." No code number. Copyright 1938 by Chicago Tribune-N.Y. News Syndicate, Inc.


[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

Winnie Winkle / cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils:
?
Inks:
?
Colors:
?

Characters:
Winnie Winkle

["Will certainly adores his mother..."] (Table of Contents)

Winnie Winkle / comic story / 4 pages (report information)

Script:
Martin Branner
Pencils:
Martin Branner
Inks:
Martin Branner
Colors:
?
Letters:
?

Genre:
drama
Characters:
Winnie Winkle; Will Wright; Will's mother
Synopsis:
Will's mother comes to visit.
Reprints:
  • from Winnie Winkle (News-Tribune Syndicate) daily newspaper strips from 1938
Keywords:
soap opera

Indexer Notes

Story begins on the inside front cover in black, red, and white.

["You're very lucky, dear-Billy could have married lots of girls..."] (Table of Contents)

Winnie Winkle / comic story / 4 pages (report information)

Script:
Martin Branner
Pencils:
Martin Branner
Inks:
Martin Branner
Colors:
?
Letters:
?

Genre:
drama
Characters:
Winnie Winkle; Will Wright; Will's mother
Synopsis:
Will's mother goes home, but leaves a check as a gift.
Reprints:
  • from Winnie Winkle (News-Tribune Syndicate) daily newspaper strips from 1938
Keywords:
soap opera

["One way to solve our economic problems is to ask for a raise!"] (Table of Contents)

Winnie Winkle / comic story / 7 pages (report information)

Script:
Martin Branner
Pencils:
Martin Branner
Inks:
Martin Branner
Colors:
?
Letters:
?

Genre:
drama
Characters:
Winnie Winkle; Will Wright
Synopsis:
Winnie and Will have trouble paying the bills.
Reprints:
  • from Winnie Winkle (News-Tribune Syndicate) daily newspaper strips from 1938
Keywords:
soap opera

["That's funny! No sports section!"] (Table of Contents)

Winnie Winkle / comic story / 4 pages (report information)

Script:
Martin Branner
Pencils:
Martin Branner
Inks:
Martin Branner
Colors:
?
Letters:
?

Genre:
drama
Characters:
Winnie Winkle; Will Wright
Synopsis:
Winnie goes into the dressmaking business, but Will objects to his wife having a job.
Reprints:
  • from Winnie Winkle (News-Tribune Syndicate) daily newspaper strips from 1938
Keywords:
soap opera

["Gosh, Winnie! You certainly gave me a scare!"] (Table of Contents)

Winnie Winkle / comic story / 4 pages (report information)

Script:
Martin Branner
Pencils:
Martin Branner
Inks:
Martin Branner
Colors:
?
Letters:
?

Genre:
drama
Characters:
Winnie Winkle; Will Wright; Bitsy
Synopsis:
Winnie baby-sits a little girl who Will can't stand.
Reprints:
  • from Winnie Winkle (News-Tribune Syndicate) daily newspaper strips from 1938
Keywords:
soap opera

["Uncle Will, did you ever do anythin' bad when you was a li'l child?"] (Table of Contents)

Winnie Winkle / comic story / 4 pages (report information)

Script:
Martin Branner
Pencils:
Martin Branner
Inks:
Martin Branner
Colors:
?
Letters:
?

Genre:
drama
Characters:
Winnie Winkle; Will Wright; Bitsy
Synopsis:
More misadventures while baby-sitting Bitsy.
Reprints:
  • from Winnie Winkle (News-Tribune Syndicate) daily newspaper strips from 1938
Keywords:
soap opera

["Well, Bitsy your mommy is going to take you away from me!"] (Table of Contents)

Winnie Winkle / comic story / 4 pages (report information)

Script:
Martin Branner
Pencils:
Martin Branner
Inks:
Martin Branner
Colors:
?
Letters:
?

Genre:
drama
Characters:
Winnie Winkle; Will Wright; Bitsy; Dopey Dooley
Synopsis:
Bitsy goes to visit her grandmother. Will tries to figure out a way to raise money so Winnie won't have to get a job. He starts making bets on horse races through a friend, Dopey Dooley.
Reprints:
  • from Winnie Winkle (News-Tribune Syndicate) daily newspaper strips from 1938
Keywords:
soap opera

["Hot Dog! Who said you couldn't beat the ponies?"] (Table of Contents)

Winnie Winkle / comic story / 4 pages (report information)

Script:
Martin Branner
Pencils:
Martin Branner
Inks:
Martin Branner
Colors:
?
Letters:
?

Genre:
drama
Characters:
Winnie Winkle; Will Wright
Synopsis:
Will continues to win at the races, but can't tell Winnie about his winnings, since she disapproves of gambling.
Reprints:
  • from Winnie Winkle (News-Tribune Syndicate) daily newspaper strips from 1938
Keywords:
soap opera

["Here I have six hundred dollars and I can't let Winnie know about it-"] (Table of Contents)

Winnie Winkle / comic story / 4 pages (report information)

Script:
Martin Branner
Pencils:
Martin Branner
Inks:
Martin Branner
Colors:
?
Letters:
?

Genre:
drama
Characters:
Winnie Winkle; Will Wright
Synopsis:
Will manages to up his race winnings to $1,200.
Reprints:
  • from Winnie Winkle (News-Tribune Syndicate) daily newspaper strips from 1938
Keywords:
soap opera

["Well-a, Meesta Wright? Howsa da horses treat-a you, eh?"] (Table of Contents)

Winnie Winkle / comic story / 4 pages (report information)

Script:
Martin Branner
Pencils:
Martin Branner
Inks:
Martin Branner
Colors:
?
Letters:
?

Genre:
drama
Characters:
Winnie Winkle; Will Wright; Dopey Dooley
Synopsis:
Will keeps betting on the horses, but starts losing money.
Reprints:
  • from Winnie Winkle (News-Tribune Syndicate) daily newspaper strips from 1938
Keywords:
soap opera

["A penny! That's a sign of good luck!"] (Table of Contents)

Winnie Winkle / comic story / 4 pages (report information)

Script:
Martin Branner
Pencils:
Martin Branner
Inks:
Martin Branner
Colors:
?
Letters:
?

Genre:
drama
Characters:
Winnie Winkle; Will Wright
Synopsis:
Will loses all of $1,200 he won by betting on horse races. Trying to get back on the plus side, he bets a week's salary and loses again. When he tells Winnie he lost his pay check, she leaves him.
Reprints:
  • from Winnie Winkle (News-Tribune Syndicate) daily newspaper strips from 1938
Keywords:
soap opera

["She can't-She wouldn't-She's just trying to teach me a lesson!"] (Table of Contents)

Winnie Winkle / comic story / 4 pages (report information)

Script:
Martin Branner
Pencils:
Martin Branner
Inks:
Martin Branner
Colors:
?
Letters:
?

Genre:
drama
Characters:
Winnie Winkle; Will Wright; Ma Winkle; Perry Winkle (cameo)
Synopsis:
After leaving Will because of his gambling, Winnie goes to her parents' house. She returns to the apartment, only to be accused of being a burglar and is taken to the police station.
Reprints:
  • from Winnie Winkle (News-Tribune Syndicate) daily newspaper strips from 1938
Keywords:
soap opera

Indexer Notes

Story continues on inside back cover in black, red, and white and concludes on back cover in color.

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Series Information
Table of Contents
  1. 0. [no title indexed]
    Winnie Winkle
  2. 1. ["Will certainly adores his mother..."]
    Winnie Winkle
  3. 2. ["You're very lucky, dear-Billy could have married lots of girls..."]
    Winnie Winkle
  4. 3. ["One way to solve our economic problems is to ask for a raise!"]
    Winnie Winkle
  5. 4. ["That's funny! No sports section!"]
    Winnie Winkle
  6. 5. ["Gosh, Winnie! You certainly gave me a scare!"]
    Winnie Winkle
  7. 6. ["Uncle Will, did you ever do anythin' bad when you was a li'l child?"]
    Winnie Winkle
  8. 7. ["Well, Bitsy your mommy is going to take you away from me!"]
    Winnie Winkle
  9. 8. ["Hot Dog! Who said you couldn't beat the ponies?"]
    Winnie Winkle
  10. 9. ["Here I have six hundred dollars and I can't let Winnie know about it-"]
    Winnie Winkle
  11. 10. ["Well-a, Meesta Wright? Howsa da horses treat-a you, eh?"]
    Winnie Winkle
  12. 11. ["A penny! That's a sign of good luck!"]
    Winnie Winkle
  13. 12. ["She can't-She wouldn't-She's just trying to teach me a lesson!"]
    Winnie Winkle
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