The title is taken from the cover. Slick inker, a la Brewster - though it's a little early for her. Different inker on main character than on rest of story.
Art starts to get more grotesque with this issue. Perhaps other hands are present on the pencils as well as the inks.
Art has some traces of the grotesqueness that will typify Cassone's later art. Could JC be involved?
Cameron worked with Winter elsewhere at this time, and this certainly doesn't look like pure Winter.
not by Eisner according to HS.
Eisner material is collaged along with reworked and new panels by shop personnel to gell a new story. More new (Blum?) panels here than in prior "new" stories.
Any Eisner art here is reprinted from material printed in Jumbo Comics (1938 series) issues 1-16.