Indicia (from Frank Motler):
DYNAMIC COMICS, July 1944, No. 10. Published bi-monthly by DYNAMIC PUBLICATIONS, 420 DeSoto Ave., St Louis 7, Mo. Editorial & executive offices 163 West 23rd Street, New York 11, N. Y. Harry "A" Chesler, Jr., publisher (on leave with U.S. Army). Harry “A” Chesler, Editor. Single copies 10c. Yearly subscription $1.00. Application for second-class entry pending at the postoffice at St. Louis, Mo.
ENTIRE CONTENTS copyright Harry "A" Chesler, Jr Features Syndicate, 163 W. 23rd St., N. Y. 11, N. Y. Printed in U.S.A.
Art revision from Gus Ricca to ? by Craig Delich. According the the Who's Who, Ricca did not illustrate this feature in the stories (he did covers for Chesler, though), and there is no evidence extant to verify he drew the strip.
One grisly story!
Ghastly story; giant insects kill children.
Art revision from Jack Binder ? to ? by Craig Delich. The Who's Who does not indicate that Jack Binder worked on this feature for Chesler Publishing (he was art editor there from 1937-40), and no extant evidence exists that verifies his art on this feature.
Mr. "E" appealed for guidance and assistance to a statue of a ancient tribal god named King Kolah which he found in the ruins of a prehistoric city. Housed in a hidden subterranean temple beneath his home, Kolah presented Mr. E with visions that led him to criminals. The idol also gave him and gave Mr. E the assistance of his eleven messengers, the Messengers of Justice. The messengers were small gnome-like creatures who could shape-shift into blackbirds and wreaked mischief against Mr. E's enemies. The names of some of the creatures were Butch, Zipper, Tim and Spike. Mr. E used his visions and assistant gnomes to fight crime in Washington DC.