(July 1950)

Harvey, 1949 Series
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Volume
1
Price
0.10 USD
Pages
36
Indicia Frequency
every other month
On-sale Date
1950-05-01
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
Harvey Publications, Inc.
Brand
Harvey Comics H

Issue Notes

Golden Age; pre-Comics Code Authority

[Bad Business] (Table of Contents)

Sad Sack / cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
George Baker (credited) (signed as George Baker) (p. 1, front cover + thumbnail)
Inks
George Baker (credited) (signed as George Baker) (p. 1, front cover + thumbnail)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 1, front cover)
Letters
George Baker (credited) (signed as George Baker) (p. 1, front cover)

Genre
humor
Characters
Policeman; Sad Sack; scruffy dog
Synopsis
Sad Sack wallows in tears as a policeman tickets him for parking his delivery wagon by a hydrant.
Keywords
citation; delivery wagon; fire hydrant; fire plug; no parking; no parking zone; non-moving violation; ticket

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]
Assumed title is excerpt of headline, "The Story Behind The Cover: 'Bad Business'", which is a text story accompanying full-color thumbnail reproduction of front cover on page 28.

[3rd National Bank] (Table of Contents: 1)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 2)
Pencils
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 2)
Inks
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 2)
Letters
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 2)

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
Sad Sack; men pedestrians; banker; imagined bank robber
Synopsis
Sad Sack opens an account at 3rd Nat'l Bank with 10.00 USD he found but dreams of banking getting robbed.
Keywords
bank; bank break-in; bank guard; bank robbery; found 10.00 USD; guard the bank

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]
Assumed title taken from nameplate affixed to bank building in strip.
Indicia and subscription info in tiny font last five lines bottom of page 2.

[Ambulance Nickel Ride] (Table of Contents: 2)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 3)
Pencils
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 3)
Inks
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 3)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 3)
Letters
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 3)

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
Sad Sack; policeman; paramedic
Synopsis
A cop swinging his billy club while on a beat accidentally hits Sad Sack's left knuckles, but as a good Samaritan, calls an ambulance to have him treated at a hospital.
Keywords
accident; billy club; cracked knuckles; hospital; injury; police baton; police violence

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]
Assumed title adapted from rough ride given to a prisoner in transport and theme of strip.

Bobby Shelby and His Pals Form a Bike Safety Club (Table of Contents: 3) (Expand) /

Bobby Shelby / advertisement / 1 page (report information)

[Rear-Ended! T-Boned! Ticketed!] (Table of Contents: 4)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 5)
Pencils
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 5)
Inks
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 5)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 5)
Letters
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 5)

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
Sad Sack; car dealer; policeman
Synopsis
Sad Sack gets into two automobile accidents right after taking delivery of his new car.
Keywords
motor vehicle accident; moving violation; MVA; rear-ended; run red light; T-boned; ticket

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]
Assumed title inferred from theme of strip.

This Machine Age (Table of Contents: 5)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (p. 6, uncredited)
Pencils
George Baker (p. 6, uncredited)
Inks
George Baker (p. 6, uncredited)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 6)
Letters
George Baker (p. 6, uncredited)

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
Sad Sack
Synopsis
Sad Sack tries out a fully-automated lunch diner.
Keywords
automated cafe; automatic lunch; automation; mechanized bistro; modern diner; self-serve restaurant

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]

Quiet Please! (Table of Contents: 6)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (p. 7, uncredited)
Pencils
George Baker (p. 7, uncredited)
Inks
George Baker (p. 7, uncredited)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 7)
Letters
George Baker (p. 7, uncredited)

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
Sad Sack; hospital staff; policeman
Synopsis
In an effort to maintain quiet in a hospital zone, Sad Sack really messes up.
Keywords
disturbance; hospital zone; no noise; quiet; quiet zone

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]

Boxing Lesson (Table of Contents: 7)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (p. 8 (uncredited))
Pencils
George Baker (p. 8 (uncredited))
Inks
George Baker (p. 8 (uncredited))
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 8)
Letters
George Baker (p. 8 (uncredited))

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
Sad Sack; boxing instructor; medics
Synopsis
Beaten up during boxing lessons, Sad Sack ends up in the hospital but still gets a tuition bill.
Keywords
boxing; boxing lesson; dangerous sport; hospitalization; hospitalized; tuition

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]

The Hero (Table of Contents: 8)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (p. 9 (uncredited))
Pencils
George Baker (p. 9 (uncredited))
Inks
George Baker (p. 9 (uncredited))
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 9)
Letters
George Baker (p. 9 (uncredited))

Genre
humor; satire-parody; sports
Characters
Sad Sack; Ace baseball teammates; spectators; policeman
Synopsis
Sad Sack breaks a flag pole while making a heroic catch of a fly ball to win the game.
Keywords
all out effort; baseball; close game; heroic catch

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]

Mister Civilian (Table of Contents: 9)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (p. 10 (uncredited))
Pencils
George Baker (p. 10 (uncredited))
Inks
George Baker (p. 10 (uncredited))
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 10)
Letters
George Baker (p. 10 (uncredited))

Genre
humor; military; satire-parody
Characters
Private Sad Sack; Civilian Sad Sack; pedestrian mob; sanitation worker
Synopsis
Thrilled with a discharge, Sad Sack hastily tosses his uniform for civvies much to his regret.
Keywords
civilian readjustment; clothing; military discharge; military surplus; second hand clothes; separation

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]

[Ace Night School] (Table of Contents: 10)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 11)
Pencils
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 11)
Inks
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 11)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 11)
Letters
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 11)

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
Sad Sack; company president; men in soup kitchen line
Synopsis
Sad Sack goes to night school at urging of his boss only to be fired for later sleeping on the job.
Keywords
Ace Night School; be a success; burn the midnight oil; dozing on the job; fired; night school; pull an all-nighter; sleeping on the job; unemployed

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]
Assumed title taken from billboard in panel 5.

[Better Medicine] (Table of Contents: 11)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 12)
Pencils
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 12)
Inks
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 12)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 12)
Letters
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 12)

Genre
humor
Characters
Sad Sack; doctor; friend
Synopsis
Sad Sack throws out doctor-prescribed medicine in favor of a friend's remedy for a sniffle.
Keywords
cold medicine; cold remedy; common cold; flu; home remedy; prescription medicine; sniffles; stuffy nose

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]
Assumed title inferred from theme of strip.

[Ace Shoes] (Table of Contents: 12)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (p. 13 (uncredited))
Pencils
George Baker (p. 13 (uncredited))
Inks
George Baker (p. 13 (uncredited))
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 13)
Letters
George Baker (p. 13 (uncredited))

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
Sad Sack; heavy-set woman customer
Synopsis
Sad Sack pokes fun at a heavy-set woman customer but promptly gets smacked with his recommended shoe.
Keywords
flats; high-heel; ladies shoes; low-heel; no heel; pumps; shoe fit; shoe sales; shoe salesman; shoe size; shoes

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]
Assumed title taken from store sign in panels 2-4.

[Ace Diner] (Table of Contents: 13)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 14)
Pencils
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 14)
Inks
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 14)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 14)
Letters
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 14)

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
Sad Sack; bum; cashier; manager
Synopsis
Sad Sack unwittingly gives his last quarter (0.25 USD) to a bum, then cannot pay his diner check.
Keywords
bum; charity; check; diner; panhandling; spare a quarter; spare some change; work off the check

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]
Assumed title taken from lettering in storefront window of panel 6.

[Cafeteria] (Table of Contents: 14)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 15)
Pencils
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 15)
Inks
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 15)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 15)
Letters
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 15)

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
Sad Sack; cafeteria patrons; manager; cook
Synopsis
Fed up with being elbowed and pushed out of line, Sad Sack applies for the cafeteria job just so he can finally eat.
Keywords
beef stew; cafeteria; corned beef hash; fast food; help wanted; hungry; line; pie a la mode; pushed out of line; self-serve; serves self first; spaghetti

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]
Assumed titled taken from storefront sign in panels 2 and 3.

[Rude Woman] (Table of Contents: 15)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 16)
Pencils
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 16)
Inks
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 16)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 16)
Letters
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 16)

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
Sad Sack; rude woman; subway passengers; get even; revenge
Synopsis
Sad Sack seeks revenge against a rude heavy-set woman who's pushed him aside several times.
Keywords
city life; get even; packed subway; revenge; rude passenger; rude people; rude woman; subway

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]
Assumed title inferred from theme of strip.

[Monark Super Deluxe] (Table of Contents: 16) (Expand) /

comics-form advertising / 1 page (report information)

[Rodeo Week] (Table of Contents: 17)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 18)
Pencils
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 18)
Inks
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 18)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 18)
Letters
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 18)

Genre
humor; western-frontier
Characters
Sad Sack; blonde cowgirl
Synopsis
Sad Sack invites a blonde cowgirl to the big dance at town hall during rodeo week.
Keywords
Ace City WY; dance; frontier; rodeo; rodeo week; town hall; western; wild west; Wild West Grill

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]
Assumed title taken from town posters in panels 2 and 3.

Captain Tootsie Lends a Helping Hand (Table of Contents: 18) (Expand) /

Tootsie Roll / comics-form advertising / 1 page (report information)

The "Popsicle" Hall of Fame (Table of Contents: 19) (Expand) /

Popsicle Pete; Patrick O'Hare / comics-form advertising / 1 page (report information)

[Tim's Bar] (Table of Contents: 20)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 21)
Pencils
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 21)
Inks
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 21)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 21)
Letters
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 21)

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
Sad Sack; bartender; bar patrons
Synopsis
Sad Sack gets to Tim's Bar well ahead of the 8:30 P.M. televised fights but gets drunk after a few alcoholic drinks and misses all the action.*
Keywords
bar; boxing; fights; guy bar goers; male bonding; male tavern patrons; pub; saloon; tavern; televised; television; watering hole

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]
Assumed title taken from lettering in tavern's front window within panels 2-4.

* This type of mature humorous/satirical story would probably have been rejected by the Comics Code Authority had it been in place five years earlier.

[Ace Dance School] (Table of Contents: 21)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 22)
Pencils
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 22)
Inks
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 22)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 22)
Letters
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 22)

Genre
humor; romance; satire-parody
Characters
Sad Sack; lady dance instructor; dean; Sad Sack's date; night club crowd
Synopsis
Dopey-looking Sad Sack spots a poster advertising--"Learn to dance Be a social success"--and actually makes great progress ... until date night with his girl friend.
Keywords
Ace Dance School; cut a rug; dance; dancing lessons; diploma; fast dance; learn to dance; self improvement; social success

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]
Assumed title taken from school name in panels 2 and 3.

[City & Home Sanitation] (Table of Contents: 22)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 23)
Pencils
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 23)
Inks
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 23)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 23)
Letters
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 23)

Genre
humor; domestic; satire-parody
Characters
Sad Sack; pedestrian; Sad Sack's wife
Synopsis
Sad Sack spends all day cleaning up city streets for the sanitation department only to do same at home.
Keywords
city sanitation; clean; clean up; dispose; empty; garbage; home; refuse; rubbish; sweep; sweep up; throw out; tidy up; trash; waste

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]
Assumed title inferred from theme of strip.

Doctor's Orders (Table of Contents: 23)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (p. 24 (uncredited))
Pencils
George Baker (p. 24 (uncredited))
Inks
George Baker (p. 24 (uncredited))
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 24)
Letters
George Baker (p. 24 (uncredited))

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
Sad Sack; Doctor O'Rook; pharmacist
Synopsis
Over the counter Ace Tonic doesn't help Sad Sack's throbbing headache, so he goes to see his doctor only to be prescribed the same Ace Tonic.
Keywords
Ace Tonic; doctor; drug; druggist; medicine; over-the-counter; pharmacist; prescription; remedy; tonic

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]

[One Arm Bandit] (Table of Contents: 24)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 25)
Pencils
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 25)
Inks
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 25)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 25)
Letters
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 25)

Genre
humor; satire-parody; western-frontier
Characters
Sad Sack
Synopsis
Dressed in western attire, Sad Sack walks out of Nevada 2nd National Bank with two bags of coins bound for a Nevada casino. Frustrated after playing slots down to his last coin, he hits a jackpot.
Keywords
2nd National Bank; casino; drop; gamble; gambling; jackpot; Nevada; Nevada 2nd National Bank; Nevada Casino; one arm bandit; one-armed bandit; Second National Bank; slot machine; slots

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]
Assumed title inferred from theme of strip.

Services Rendered (Table of Contents: 25)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (p. 26 (uncredited))
Pencils
George Baker (p. 26 (uncredited))
Inks
George Baker (p. 26 (uncredited))
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 26)
Letters
George Baker (p. 26 (uncredited))

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
Sad Sack; Doctor O'Rook
Synopsis
Doctor O'Rook medically assists after Sad Sack trips and injures his nose in front of the doctor's office, but Sad Sack can't pay the bill.
Keywords
clinic; conniving; doctor; duped; malpractice; set up; taken advantage of; tripping hazard

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]

Sad Sack #7 (Table of Contents: 26) (Expand) /

Sad Sack / preview (from the publisher) / 0.25 page (report information)

The Champ of Comics! (Table of Contents: 27) (Expand) /

Joe Palooka / promo (ad from the publisher) / 0.25 page (report information)

What Would You Say If You Were The Sad Sack? (Table of Contents: 28)

Sad Sack / activity / 0.5 page (report information)

Script
Alfred Harvey ? (idea); George Baker ? (methodology)
Pencils
George Baker (p. 27, right half (uncredited))
Inks
George Baker (p. 27, right half (uncredited))
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 27)
Letters
typeset (p. 27)
Editing
Alfred Harvey ? (President & managing editor); Leon Harvey ? (Vice-president & Editor)

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Sad Sack's present dilemma arose because a friendly puppy began kissing him.
Genre
humor; children; teen
Characters
Boy with dog; Sad Sack; Policeman
Synopsis
Harvey Publications offers a contest with prize money and prize subscriptions to whomever can submit the 28 best answers by using the lines provided in the empty speech balloon to fill in what Sad Sack would say.
Keywords
best answers; cash awards; contest; duplicate prizes; free subscriptions; money awards; prizes

Indexer Notes

Harvey Publications used this gimmick to both conduct market research and gauge viability of the Sad Sack Comics title. Contest prize amounts were lowered from prior amounts of 15.00 USD and 10.00 USD down to 10.00 USD and 5.00 USD for 1st and 2nd places, respectively.

Prize rules stated: "Contest closes on July 30, 1950. In case of ties, duplicate prizes will be awarded." Contest entry form could be clipped and mailed to:

Sad Sack Contest
1860 Broadway
New York, 23, N.Y.

"Bad Business" (Table of Contents: 29)

Sad Sack / text story / 1 page (report information)

Script
Alfred Harvey (idea); George Baker (sounding board)
Pencils
George Baker (credited) (signed as George Baker) (p. 28, cover thumbnail)
Inks
George Baker (credited) (signed as George Baker) (p. 28, cover thumbnail)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 28, cover thumbnail)
Letters
typeset (p. 28)
Editing
George Baker (editorial control); Alfred Harvey (general supervision)

First Line of Dialogue or Text
For those small store owners who could not afford their own delivery trucks, Sad Sack's Delivery Service was ...
Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
Policeman; Sad Sack; scruffy dog
Keywords
Alfred Harvey; army veterans; army vets; Best of the Harveyville Fun Times; civilian issues; cooperative editing; cooperative storytelling; early Sad Sack comics; George Baker; Ken F. Selig; Ken Selig; Kenneth Fred Selig; KFS; Mark Arnold; Sad Sack; Sad Sack Comics; The Harveyville Fun Times; THFT

Indexer Notes

Text story behind the cover: Alfred Harvey and George Baker---both World War II United States Army veterans---developed a very collegial and cooperative working relationship in the formative years of producing Sad Sack Comics.

Harvey Comics aficionado and author, Mark Arnold, conducted extensive first-person interviews and produced a fanzine titled "The Harveyville Fun Times" in the 1990s in which he revealed George Baker was even made godfather to one of Alfred's four sons, Russel Harvey†

†Arnold, Mark. The Best of the Harveyville Fun Times! 2006. Fun Ideas Productions: Saratoga, CA, p. 19. ISBN 9781847283689

Kid Brother (Table of Contents: 30)

Kid Brother / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
Frank Engli (credited) (signed as FRANK ENGLI) (pp. 29-30)
Pencils
Frank Engli (credited) (signed as FRANK ENGLI) (pp. 29-30)
Inks
Frank Engli (credited) (signed as FRANK ENGLI) (pp. 29-30)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (pp. 29-30)
Letters
typeset (pp. 29-30)

First Line of Dialogue or Text
H'lo Doris! May I carry your books?
Genre
humor; domestic
Characters
Kid Brother; Doris; Beanie; Nix; Herman; Hemlock Street Gang
Synopsis
Herman's kid brother offers to carry Doris' schoolbooks when the Hemlock Street Gang boys hassle Kid Brother, then pick on him.
Keywords
bother; boy; bully; bullying; chivalry; gang; girl; hassle; ridicule; threaten; torment

Blondie Comics Monthly (Table of Contents: 31) (Expand) /

Blondie; Dagwood; Daisy / preview (from the publisher) / 0.5 page (report information)

Three Great Comics by Ham Fisher (Table of Contents: 32) (Expand) /

Joe Palooka; Humphrey; Little Max / promo (ad from the publisher) / 0.5 page (report information)

Wanted: One Dog! (Table of Contents: 33)

text story / 1 page (report information)

Script
Alfred Harvey ? (p. 32); ?
Pencils
?
Inks
Ken Selig ?
Colors
?
Letters
typeset (p. 32)

First Line of Dialogue or Text
If it had been up to Darcy, she would have brought every stray dog ...
Genre
animal; children; domestic
Characters
Mrs. Martin; Mr. Martin; daughter Darcy Martin; tiny dog
Synopsis
Mrs. Martin and Mr. Martin finally relent to their daughter Darcy's incessant pleas for a dog.
Keywords
inside dog; one dog; pet dog

[Chain of Champions] (Table of Contents: 34) (Expand) /

Old Nick; Bit-O-Honey / comics-form advertising / 1 page (report information)

Fleer's Dubble Bubble Gum (Table of Contents: 35) (Expand) /

Dubble Bubble Gum / comics-form advertising / 0.5 page (report information)

Schwinn Panther (Table of Contents: 36) (Expand) /

Schwinn Bicycle / advertisement / 0.5 page (report information)

Play Piano the First Day (Table of Contents: 37) (Expand) /

Patented Automatic Chord Selector / comics-form advertising / 1 page (report information)

[Harvey Comics are Good Comics] (Table of Contents: 38) (Expand) /

promo (ad from the publisher) / 1 page (report information)

Editing
Related Scans
Series Information
Table of Contents
  1. 0. [Bad Business]
    Sad Sack
  2. 1. [3rd National Bank]
    The Sad Sack
  3. 2. [Ambulance Nickel Ride]
    The Sad Sack
  4. 3. Bobby Shelby and His Pals Form a Bike Safety Club
    Bobby Shelby
  5. 4. [Rear-Ended! T-Boned! Ticketed!]
    The Sad Sack
  6. 5. This Machine Age
    The Sad Sack
  7. 6. Quiet Please!
    The Sad Sack
  8. 7. Boxing Lesson
    The Sad Sack
  9. 8. The Hero
    The Sad Sack
  10. 9. Mister Civilian
    The Sad Sack
  11. 10. [Ace Night School]
    The Sad Sack
  12. 11. [Better Medicine]
    The Sad Sack
  13. 12. [Ace Shoes]
    The Sad Sack
  14. 13. [Ace Diner]
    The Sad Sack
  15. 14. [Cafeteria]
    The Sad Sack
  16. 15. [Rude Woman]
    The Sad Sack
  17. 16. [Monark Super Deluxe]
  18. 17. [Rodeo Week]
    The Sad Sack
  19. 18. Captain Tootsie Lends a Helping Hand
    Tootsie Roll
  20. 19. The "Popsicle" Hall of Fame
    Popsicle Pete; Patrick O'Hare
  21. 20. [Tim's Bar]
    The Sad Sack
  22. 21. [Ace Dance School]
    The Sad Sack
  23. 22. [City & Home Sanitation]
    The Sad Sack
  24. 23. Doctor's Orders
    The Sad Sack
  25. 24. [One Arm Bandit]
    The Sad Sack
  26. 25. Services Rendered
    The Sad Sack
  27. 26. Sad Sack #7
    Sad Sack
  28. 27. The Champ of Comics!
    Joe Palooka
  29. 28. What Would You Say If You Were The Sad Sack?
    Sad Sack
  30. 29. "Bad Business"
    Sad Sack
  31. 30. Kid Brother
    Kid Brother
  32. 31. Blondie Comics Monthly
    Blondie; Dagwood; Daisy
  33. 32. Three Great Comics by Ham Fisher
    Joe Palooka; Humphrey; Little Max
  34. 33. Wanted: One Dog!
  35. 34. [Chain of Champions]
    Old Nick; Bit-O-Honey
  36. 35. Fleer's Dubble Bubble Gum
    Dubble Bubble Gum
  37. 36. Schwinn Panther
    Schwinn Bicycle
  38. 37. Play Piano the First Day
    Patented Automatic Chord Selector
  39. 38. [Harvey Comics are Good Comics]
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