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Pencils:
Jim Tyer
[ no title ]
cover
US Barnyard Comics (1944 series) #6
September 1945
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer [as J.T.] (signed)
Hennery Hound
comic story / 6 pages
US Barnyard Comics (1944 series) #7
December 1945
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
Rollo Rabbit
comic story / 6 pages
US Barnyard Comics (1944 series) #7
December 1945
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer [as J.T.] (signed)
Trembly Tim
comic story / 6 pages
US Barnyard Comics (1944 series) #7
December 1945
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
The Football Hero
comic story / 6 pages
US Chuckle (1945 series)
1945
American Comics Group
Pencils:
Jim Tyer (signed)
[ no title ]
cover
US Coo Coo Comics (1942 series) #v3#2 (8)
November 1943
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer ?
untitled
Supermouse / cover
US Coo Coo Comics (1942 series) #11
May 1944
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
Tippy Takes a Trip
Tippy / comic story / 6 pages
US Coo Coo Comics (1942 series) #16
March 1945
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
"Hey, boss! This nail points the wrong way!"
cover
US Coo Coo Comics (1942 series) #22
February 1946
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer (illustration)
Ferdinand's Fun Festival
text story / 2 pages
US Coo Coo Comics (1942 series) #22
February 1946
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
"Boo-Hoo! Sniff!"
Aesop / comic story / 0.5 pages
US Coo Coo Comics (1942 series) #22
February 1946
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer (illustration)
Freddy Bear, Cowboy
text story / 1 page
US Coo Coo Comics (1942 series) #22
February 1946
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
"I can't see a single thing!"
Rise 'n' Shine / comic story / 0.5 pages
US Coo Coo Comics (1942 series) #23
March 1946
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
Ferdinand's Magic Club
text story / 2 pages
US Coo Coo Comics (1942 series) #26
June 1946
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
Whappo's Mistake
text story / 1 page
US Coo Coo Comics (1942 series) #26
June 1946
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer [as JT]
"Carruthers! Where are you?"
Carruthers / comic story / 4 pages
US Coo Coo Comics (1942 series) #26
June 1946
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
Ferdinand's Little Mysteries
text article / 2 pages
US Coo Coo Comics (1942 series) #27
July 1946
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
The Living Ruler
text story / 1 page
US Coo Coo Comics (1942 series) #27
July 1946
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
The Happy Puzzlers
text story / 2 pages
US Coo Coo Comics (1942 series) #32
March 1947
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
Ferdinand's Bafflers
text story / 2 pages
US Coo Coo Comics (1942 series) #33
May 1947
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
Beaux and Arrows
Felix the Cat / comic story / 11 pages
US Felix the Cat (1962 series) #2
January-March 1963
Dell
Pencils:
Otto Messmer; Jim Tyer (pp. 14-16)
The Great Inventor
Felix the Cat / comic story / 16 pages
US Four Color (1942 series) #135 - Felix the Cat
February 1947
Dell
Pencils:
Jim Tyer (signed)
Abadaba the Groundhog
comic story / 5 pages
US Giggle Comics (1943 series) #2
November 1943
American Comics Group
Pencils:
Jim Tyer (signed)
Skippie, Scrappie and Skeeter Skunk
comic story / 6 pages
US Giggle Comics (1943 series) #3
December 1943
American Comics Group
Pencils:
Jim Tyer (signed)
Charlie the Chef
comic story / 6 pages
US Giggle Comics (1943 series) #4
January 1944
American Comics Group
Pencils:
Jim Tyer?
"My, Artemus, how you've grown!"
Blinkey Bloodhound and Artemus / comic story / 6 pages
US Giggle Comics (1943 series) #8
May 1944
American Comics Group
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
"At last -- it is finished! The great sympsony!"
The Great Symphony / comic story / 5 pages
US Giggle Comics (1943 series) #10
July 1944
American Comics Group
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
The Great Voice
Pasquale Pooch / comic story / 5 pages
US The Golden Collection of Klassic Krazy Kool Kids Komics (2010 series)
April 2010
IDW
Pencils:
Jim Tyer?
[ no title ]
cover
US Goofy Comics (1943 series) #6
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer (signed)
[ no title ]
cover
US Goofy Comics (1943 series) #2
September 1943
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
"If Willie Weasel pitches for the Duckers..."
Willie Weasel the Strikeout King / comic story / 6 pages
US Goofy Comics (1943 series) #3
December 1943
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
The Spider's Web
text story / 1 page
US Goofy Comics (1943 series) #3
December 1943
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
The Bear and the Woodpecker
text story / 2 pages
US Goofy Comics (1943 series) #3
December 1943
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
"That's so he won't forget something!"
cover
US Goofy Comics (1943 series) #v3#1 [7]
December 1944
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer (signed)
Tacky and Splinter
comic story / 6 pages
US Goofy Comics (1943 series) #v3#1 [7]
December 1944
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer [as JT] (signed)
[ no title ]
cover
US Goofy Comics (1943 series) #8
February 1945
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
The Travelers
comic story / 6 pages
US Goofy Comics (1943 series) #11
November 1945
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
"What a story!"
Scoop / comic story / 0.5 pages
US Goofy Comics (1943 series) #12
February 1946
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
"Is One Hungry Pup"
Skinny / comic story / 0.75 pages
US Goofy Comics (1943 series) #12
February 1946
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
[ no title ]
cover
US Ha Ha Comics (1943 series) #1
October 1943
American Comics Group
Pencils:
Jim Tyer (signed)
"Ho-hum! The Sarge ain't around."
Pete Parrot, Rookie Policeman / comic story / 8 pages
US Ha Ha Comics (1943 series) #1
October 1943
American Comics Group
Pencils:
Jim Tyer (signed)
"This bait makes swell tires for the old jalopy!"
Ralph Rooster / comic story / 5 pages
US Ha Ha Comics (1943 series) #1
October 1943
American Comics Group
Pencils:
Jim Tyer (signed)
"Nothing ever happens on my beat out in the country!"
Pete Parrot / comic story / 9 pages
US Ha Ha Comics (1943 series) #2
November 1943
American Comics Group
Pencils:
Jim Tyer (signed)
"I'm going to a bridge game!"
The Uproar Family / comic story / 7 pages
US Ha Ha Comics (1943 series) #2
November 1943
American Comics Group
Pencils:
Jim Tyer?
[ no title ]
cover
US Ha Ha Comics (1943 series) #3
December 1943
American Comics Group
Pencils:
Jim Tyer (signed)
"Wow! Wait'll you see what happens when Pete Parrot tangles with America's greatest menace, the movies' terrible Boris Bearloff!"
Pete Parrot, Rookie Policeman / comic story / 8 pages
US Ha Ha Comics (1943 series) #4
January 1944
American Comics Group
Pencils:
Jim Tyer?
"Don't worry, Mrs. Broadbottom!"
Pete Parrot, Rookie Policeman / comic story / 8 pages
US Ha Ha Comics (1943 series) #6
March 1944
American Comics Group
Pencils:
Jim Tyer (signed)
"Hurry up and get into the story!"
Pete Parrot, Rookie Policeman / comic story / 8 pages
US Ha Ha Comics (1943 series) #7
April 1944
American Comics Group
Pencils:
Jim Tyer [as J. T.]
"Take that you nasty varmints!"
Pete Parrot / comic story / 7 pages
US Ha Ha Comics (1943 series) #11
August 1944
American Comics Group
Pencils:
Jim Tyer [as J. T.]
"Hmmm--kinda quiet around these parts!"
Pete Parrot / comic story / 7 pages
US Ha Ha Comics (1943 series) #13
October 1944
American Comics Group
Pencils:
Jim Tyer [as J. T.]
The Great Voice
Pasquale Pooch / comic story / 5 pages
US Ha Ha Comics (1943 series) #14
November 1944
American Comics Group
Pencils:
Jim Tyer ?
"What a cinch!"
Benno Bunny / comic story / 6 pages
US Ha Ha Comics (1943 series) #16
January 1945
American Comics Group
Pencils:
Jim Tyer [as J. T.]
"Keep your eyes open until I get back..."
Pete Parrot / comic story / 6 pages
US Ha Ha Comics (1943 series) #17
February 1945
American Comics Group
Pencils:
Jim Tyer (signed)
"Ah--now we're on his trail!"
Pete Parrot / comic story / 7 pages
US Ha Ha Comics (1943 series) #20
June 1945
American Comics Group
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
Supersquirrel
text story / 1 page
US Ha Ha Comics (1943 series) #44
August 1947
American Comics Group
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
Pongo's Wild Ride
text story / 1 page
US Ha Ha Comics (1943 series) #44
August 1947
American Comics Group
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
The Desperado
text story / 1 page
US Ha Ha Comics (1943 series) #44
August 1947
American Comics Group
Pencils:
Jim Tyer (signed)
[ no title ]
cover
US Happy Comics (1943 series) #2
October 1943
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer (illustrations, signed)
Barney Beaver's Beanshooter
A Story of the Woodlands / text story / 2 pages
US Happy Comics (1943 series) #2
October 1943
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
[ no title ]
cover
US Happy Comics (1943 series) #3
December 1943
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer (illustration)
The Swordfish and the Whale
text story / 2 pages
US Happy Comics (1943 series) #3
December 1943
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer (illustration)
Beavers to the Rescue
text story / 1 page
US Happy Comics (1943 series) #3
December 1943
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
Hiram Hound
comic story / 6 pages
US Happy Comics (1943 series) #8
April 1945
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
The City Slicker
comic story / 6 pages
US Happy Comics (1943 series) #8
April 1945
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
Yarnwooley the Lamb
text story / 2 pages
US Happy Comics (1943 series) #19
May 1947
Pines
Pencils:
Jim Tyer ? [as J.T.]
"We're in the groove, Chick!"
Kitty and Bob / comic story / 6 pages
US Hi-Ho Comics (1946 series) #3
June 1946
Four Star Publications
Pencils:
Jim Tyer ? [as J.T.]
"Things sure are quiet"
Daffy Dragon / comic story / 8 pages
US Hi-Ho Comics (1946 series) #3
June 1946
Four Star Publications
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
Temper, Temper
Little Roquefort / comic story / 8 pages
US Little Roquefort Comics (1952 series) #7
June 1953
St. John
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
The Runaway Freight Train
Mighty Mouse / comic story / 7 pages
US Mighty Mouse (1947 series) #19
October 1950
St. John
Pencils:
Jim Tyer
"In our last episode, we left Pearl Pureheart in the clutches of one of Oil Can Harry's..."
Mighty Mouse - Perils of Pearl Pureheart / comic story / 8 pages
US Paul Terry's Mighty Mouse Comics (1951 series) #25 [52-pages]
April 1951
St. John
Pencils:
Jim Tyer (signed)
A Thousand and One Flights
Heckle and Jeckle / comic story / 7 pages
US Terry-Toons Comics (1947 series) #79
March 1950
St. John
Pencils:
Jim Tyer (signed)
"Fill her up!"
Riggin' Bill / comic story / 1 page
US Yankee Comics (1943 series) #4
circa 1943
Remington Morse
Pencils:
Jim Tyer (signed)
"Did you mop the deck?"
Riggin' Bill / comic story / 1 page
US Yankee Comics (1943 series) #4
circa 1943
Remington Morse
Pencils:
Jim Tyer (signed)
"Let's be a-crawlin' to a spot"
Ace & Deuce / comic story / 1 page
US Yankee Comics (1943 series) #5
circa 1943
Remington Morse

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