I know why we're calling this Celardo, BUT it looks very different from signed Celardo cover on #27
Title is taken from cover.
Per Mort Leav, Art Saaf was given old Eisner material and assigned to re-write, re-compose, and fill in the gaps to create "new" Eisner Hawk stories (Robin Snyder's The Comics).
If this is Bob Kane, then these must be reprints.
Four unrelated gag panels.
Very grotesque art.
Feature includes 1/3 page Ownership Statement. Owner is J.G. Scott; T.T. Scott is Business Manager. 461-8th Ave. NYC
Possibly this is a collaged reprint from some of the early Jack Kirby episodes. The splash panel is certainly a reuse of the Stuart Taylor figure on the cover of Jumbo #10.
Many diverse hands, and possibly a collage of earlier strips - certainly the splash panel is "adapted" from the cover of Jumbo #11.
Art is by a Lou Fine wannabe - or collaged from earlier Wilton strips?
Possible George Tuska involvement on page two.
Note that "Tasnul" is an anagram of "Sultan".