Compare art with Police #13's Firebrand story. Note awkward figure positions and strange shoulder, elbow and wrist angles.
story is not signed.
previously credited to Paul Gustavson, but this is the same artist who drew all the previous Quicksilver stories.
Final appearance in National Comics. Pen Miller will move to Crack Comics (Quality Comics, 1940 Series) starting with issue #23 (May 1942).
Saltarella thinks the art is by Nick Cardy with, possibly, Chuck Winter inks.
Final appearance in National Comics and in a Quality publication. The next publishers to have features based on the Paul Bunyan from folklore will be Charlton (in Cowboy Western Comics (Charlton, 1948 Series)) and David McKay (in Blondie Comics (David McKay, 1947 Series)), both in 1948. (In 1945 Prize will have a feature named "Paul Bunyan" in Treasure Comics (Prize, 1945 Series), but that is a super-hero who calls himself Paul Bunyan.)
Lance Blackwood, according to the Who's Who, is a by-line on this strip.