Art previously tentatively attributed to Bob Powell, but Joe Simon's autobiography "My Life In Comics" states that he drew the covers, and Jim Vadeboncoeur, Jr. agrees.
The original art for this story was with the Lewis Wayne Gallery, uncertain who has it currently (as of September 6, 2022).
Originally credited to Barbara Hall based on Trina Robbins' interview with Hall as given on the Comixscholars-L listserve on 30 April 2014. But on 21 July 2015, in an interview with CBR.com, Robbins stated: "I have to tell you that she [Hall] had told me that she drew the first "Black Cat," which it turns out she did not draw. Al Gabrielle drew it. So neither her daughter nor I know if she ever did draw "Black Cat." She was getting on when I interviewed her. She had always told her daughter that had drawn "Black Cat," but at this point, it remains a mystery."
Inks credit from penciled note on margin of original art of page 1. Images of original art can be viewed at Heritage Auctions website. www.HA.com
Bill Black reports that Louis Cazeneuve also did inks on this story, although the Who's Who doesn't list Louis having worked on this strip.
Text story with illustrations.
This might be an activity page but it is not certain (as of September 6, 2022).
The "Ditto" feature appears next in Speed Comics (Harvey, 1941 Series) #16 (January 1942).
Printed on inside back cover.
This is the only appearance of the "Best Laughs of the Month" feature.