Script credit was previously credited to Jack Cole.
Mike Kooiman and Jim Amash state in the Quality Companion that Gustavson created the strip and wrote it. Gustavson's son, Terry Gustafson, concurs.
"Soldiers were given one point for each month of military service and one additional point was given for each month of overseas service. Each battle star or decoration earned a soldier 5 points. Soldiers were awarded 12 points per dependent child up to a maximum of three children. A total of 85 points was needed for eligibility. Soldiers who had earned that number of points were to be demobilized as soon as transport back to the United States was available."
Art formerly credited to John Spranger ?.
Final appearance in Police Comics. Burp the Twerp becomes a floating feature appearing in various Quality comics. Burp the Twerp's next appearances are in Blackhawk (Quality Comics, 1944 series) #13 and The Barker (Quality Comics, 1946 Series) #2 (both Winter 1946).