World's Greatest Comics / Harry "A" Chesler Jr.; Harry "A" Chesler, Jr. Features Syndicate, N.Y. (Brand Emblem)

1944 - 1944
Number of Issues:
Chesler briefly used his "Features Syndicate" text alongside his post-war World's Greatest Comics logo (which also incorporated the 'Harry "A" Chesler, Jr.' name), but it disappeared after an issue or two in favor of the logo alone.
Brand Emblem:

Brand emblem belongs to the brand groups:

Brand Group Publisher Issues Year Began Year Ended Notes
Chesler Chesler / Dynamic 55 1937 1946 Throughout his comics publishing career, Chesler incorporated his name into his branding in various ways. Sometimes it was the primary branding, other times it was involved in his syndicate's name and appeared only in small print. Other times it was directly incorporated into the World's Greatest Comics branding. After the war, Chesler started using his son's name (Harry "A" Chesler, Jr.) despite his son not actually being involved in the publishing operation as best as any research has been able to determine. But the common thread is the "Chesler" name in some form. Since Chesler mixed and matched various branding elements which are by necessity lumped for the brand emblems, the brand groups track and group by the elements ("Chesler", "Dynamic", or "World's Greatest Comics").
World's Greatest Comics Chesler / Dynamic 50 1941 1946 Some form of a "World's Greatest Comics" rectangular logo appeared throughout Chesler's second main comic book publishing venture (1941-1946), sometimes alone but most often with one or two other branding elements.

Brand emblem is in use at the following publishers:

Publisher Year Began Year Ended Notes
Chesler / Dynamic 1944 1944
Number Publication Date Indicia Publisher
Dynamic Comics (1941 series) #10 July 1944 Dynamic Publications
Punch Comics (1941 series) #9 July 1944 Dynamic Publications

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