The second transitional issue of Comedy Comics as it further diverged from prior title Daring Mystery Comics. This issue still has numerous hero/adventure features, but none continue directly from Daring Mystery and there is more emphasis on humor.
Art attributions noted as coming from Michael J. Vassallo are from the updated version of his Alter Ego article on Vince Fago published at ComicArtVille: http://www.comicartville.com/vincefago.htm
Only golden age appearance. Next appearance in All-Winners Squad: Band of Heroes (Marvel, 2011 series) #1.
Art credit from Michael J. Vassallo.
Probably reworked into the Blue Blade in USA Comics (Marvel, 1941 series) #5
art formerly credited to "Al Gabriele ?".
Art credits from Michael J. Vassallo, who confirms Hart as the sole penciler/inker in his online extended notes to the USA Comics Masterworks, Vol. 2.
next appearance (slightly reworked with costumes) in USA Comics (Marvel, 1941 series) #5
Inks credits originally given to Mike Sekowsky in error (per Tony Isabella, March 30, 2006)
It is highly unlikely that this is Lily Renée as she was first hired by Fiction House in 1943, per Renée in Alter Ego v3#85.
Who's Who lists "Reney" as a pen name for Renée and mentions this feature, and Michael J. Vassallo also references this, but it is not clear if that is based on viewing the art or the Who's Who credit. Renée made no mention of working for Timely in her interview, nor of signing any name other than "L. Renée".