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[STORY] [Task No. 1] / Twist Turner / 6 pages (from US Prize Comics (Prize, 1940 series) #v1#7 (7) (December 1940))
[STORY] Task No. 2 / Twist Turner / 6 pages (from US Prize Comics (Prize, 1940 series) #v1#8 (8) (January 1941))
[STORY] Task No. 3 / Twist Turner / 6 pages (from US Prize Comics (Prize, 1940 series) #v1#9 (9) (February 1941))
[STORY] Task No. 4 / Twist Turner / 6 pages (from US Prize Comics (Prize, 1940 series) #v1#10 (10) (May 1941))
[STORY] Task No. 5 / Twist Turner / 6 pages (from US Prize Comics (Prize, 1940 series) #v1#11 (11) (June 1941))
[STORY] Task No. 6 / Twist Turner / 6 pages (from US Prize Comics (Prize, 1940 series) #v1#12 (12) (July 1941))
[STORY] Task No. 7 / Twist Turner / 6 pages (from US Prize Comics (Prize, 1940 series) #v2#1 (13) (August 1941))
[STORY] [Task No. 8] / Twist Turner / 6 pages (from US Prize Comics (Prize, 1940 series) #v2#2 (14) (September 1941))
[STORY] ["'Twist' Turner, the world's greatest acrobat..."] / Twist Turner / 6 pages (from US Prize Comics (Prize, 1940 series) #v2#3 (15) (October 1941))
[STORY] ["I've been trying for fifteen years to get my affairs in order and now my draft board expects me to do it in ten days."] / 1 page (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1943 (1943))
[STORY] ["We're married, Daddy, but Albert is allowing me to live with you and Mother for the duration."] / 0.5 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1943 (1943))
[STORY] ["Recognize yourself, baby?"] / 0.5 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1943 (1943))
[STORY] ["Hello, Joe, I hope you didn't get tired waiting."] / 0.75 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1943 (1943))
[STORY] Al Ross / 0.25 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1943 (1943))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v3#6 [November] (November 1944))
[STORY] ["How about it, sultan - she too or nothing!"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v3#6 [November] (November 1944))
[STORY] ["He always chews his nails when he's nervous…"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v3#6 [November] (November 1944))
[STORY] ["You start in as office boy…"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v3#6 [November] (November 1944))
[STORY] ["Now, Arthur…"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v3#6 [November] (November 1944))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#2 (March 1945))
[STORY] ["In contrast to the citizens of the decadent democracies…"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#2 (March 1945))
[STORY] ["When you say that - smile!"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#2 (March 1945))
[STORY] ["Congratulations! And I wish you better luck!"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#2 (March 1945))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#4 (July 5, 1945))
[STORY] ["Imagine drinking coffee out of a cup that was..."] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#4 (July 5, 1945))
[STORY] ["This is where he tells her he doesn't love her any more!"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#4 (July 5, 1945))
[STORY] ["It's O.K., sister."] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#4 (July 5, 1945))
[STORY] Al Ross / 12 pages (from US Cartoon Humor (Pines, 1939 series) #v9#1 (Fall 1945))
[STORY] ["Doctor, don't you think the patient is having too much transfusion?"] / Cartoon Laughs / 1 page (from US Joe Palooka Comics (Harvey, 1945 series) #8 (February-March 1947))
[STORY] Al Ross / 11 pages (from US Cartoon Humor (Pines, 1939 series) #v11#2 (July 1947))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / 1 page (from US Fun Parade (Harvey, 1948 series) (1948))
[STORY] ["I can't stand a sink full of dirty dishes!"] / 1 page (from US Fun Parade (Harvey, 1948 series) (1948))
[STORY] ["I am not sneaking in."] / 1 page (from US Fun Parade (Harvey, 1948 series) (1948))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Small Fry Chatter / 1 page (from US Fun Parade (Harvey, 1948 series) (1948))
[STORY] ["It's perfect for lounging around."] / Cops and Robbers / 1 page (from US Kerry Drake Detective Cases (Harvey, 1948 series) #7 (March 1948))
[STORY] ["Women! They're all alike!"] / 1 page (from US Fun Parade (Harvey, 1947 series) #37 (April 1948))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Trial Fun / 1 page (from US Fun Parade (Harvey, 1947 series) #38 (June 1948))
[STORY] ["I think the proper age for a girl to get married..."] / 1 page (from US Fun Parade (Harvey, 1947 series) #38 (June 1948))
[STORY] Movie Whirl / 1 page (from US Fun Parade (Harvey, 1947 series) #38 (June 1948))
[STORY] ["Can you imagine – I weigh as much with my coat off as on!"] / 1 page (from US Fun Parade (Harvey, 1947 series) #38 (June 1948))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Artists and Models / 1 page (from US Fun Parade (Harvey, 1947 series) #38 (June 1948))
[STORY] ["Won't the boss be surprised when she slaps his face tomorrow morning!"] / 1 page (from US Fun Parade (Harvey, 1947 series) #38 (June 1948))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Have You Heard / 1 page (from US Fun Parade (Harvey, 1947 series) #38 (June 1948))
[STORY] ["Uh.. uh.. I don't even allow my wife to do that!"] / 1 page (from US Fun Parade (Harvey, 1947 series) #38 (June 1948))
[STORY] ["It was easy once I convinced him I was deductable from his income taxes!"] / 0.25 pages (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #38 (June 1948))
[STORY] ["Jack Morton's here?"] / 0.25 pages (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #38 (June 1948))
[STORY] ["They took the doughnut machine out but kept her by popular request."] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #38 (June 1948))
[STORY] Al Ross / 10 pages (from US Cartoon Humor (Pines, 1939 series) #v12#3 (July 1948 [Summer Issue]))
[STORY] ["I'd pull your hair out if I weren't afraid the color would come off in my hands!"] / 1 page (from US Sideshow (Avon, 1949 series) #1 (1949))
[STORY] ["He wouldn't be where he is today..."] / 1 page (from US Cartoon Humor (Pines, 1939 series) #v14#2 (Fall 1949))
[STORY] ["Stop complaining!"] / 1 page (from US Cartoon Humor (Pines, 1939 series) #v14#2 (Fall 1949))
[STORY] [Reflex Test Sends Woman into Doctor's Arms] / 1 page (from US Cartoon Humor (Pines, 1939 series) #v14#2 (Fall 1949))
[STORY] ["He is not introducing us!"] / 1 page (from US Cartoon Humor (Pines, 1939 series) #v14#2 (Fall 1949))
[STORY] ["But you don't understand."] / 1 page (from US Cartoon Humor (Pines, 1939 series) #v14#2 (Fall 1949))
[STORY] ["You needn't tell me the story of your life, George."] / 1 page (from US Cartoon Humor (Pines, 1939 series) #v14#2 (Fall 1949))
[STORY] ["What's the matter with watching the basketball game?"] / 1 page (from US Cartoon Humor (Pines, 1939 series) #v14#2 (Fall 1949))
[STORY] ["I wish you'd start fighting my battles for me again..."] / 1 page (from US Cartoon Humor (Pines, 1939 series) #v14#2 (Fall 1949))
[STORY] ["An overdose of sleeping pills, please."] / 1 page (from US Cartoon Humor (Pines, 1939 series) #v14#2 (Fall 1949))
[STORY] ["You fellows finish up."] / 1 page (from US Cartoon Humor (Pines, 1939 series) #v14#2 (Fall 1949))
[STORY] ["Now what'll we do around here?"] / 1 page (from US Cartoon Humor (Pines, 1939 series) #v14#2 (Fall 1949))
[STORY] ["I'll take the job, but no getting paid off in trade."] / 1 page (from US Cartoon Humor (Pines, 1939 series) #v14#2 (Fall 1949))
[STORY] ["Can't I come in and see how the other half of you lives?"] / 1 page (from US Comedy (Marvel, 1951 ? series) #8 (Fall 1951))
[STORY] ["Your resistance is low - you have an excess of vitamin M-M-M."] / 1 page (from US Comedy (Marvel, 1951 ? series) #8 (Fall 1951))
[STORY] ["Let's go in and dance - I'd rather have you"] / 1 page (from US Comedy (Marvel, 1951 ? series) #8 (Fall 1951))
[STORY] [p.44 - top] / 0.5 pages (from US Cartoon Laffs (Gold Medal Books, 1952 series) #249 (July 1952))
[STORY] ["I won't bother you with a mass of figures and details."] / 0.5 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1952 (1953))
[STORY] ["I don't know if his intentions are serious or not - he doesn't seem to have any!"] / 0.5 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1952 (1953))
[STORY] ["What I want is a picture that even people with television sets will go to see!"] / 0.5 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1952 (1953))
[STORY] ["I guess it's pretty late, Alice - see you tomorrow."] / 0.5 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1952 (1953))
[STORY] ["I don't care who started it!"] / 1 page (from US Army & Navy Fun Parade (Harvey, 1951 series) #59 (February 1953))
[STORY] ["I'm glad I found you in."] / 1 page (from US Army & Navy Fun Parade (Harvey, 1951 series) #59 (February 1953))
[STORY] ["Certainly I posed for it."] / 1 page (from US Army & Navy Fun Parade (Harvey, 1951 series) #59 (February 1953))
[STORY] ["We'll wait another five minutes."] / 1 page (from US Army & Navy Fun Parade (Harvey, 1951 series) #59 (February 1953))
[STORY] ["They used to offer you apartments…"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #59 (February 1953))
[STORY] ["Say 'ah', Miss Fifi, not 'la-la'!"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #59 (February 1953))
[STORY] ["I refused his proposal – but I convinced him..."] / 1 page (from US Army & Navy Fun Parade (Harvey, 1951 series) #61 (June 1953))
[STORY] ["It was a movie with an unhappy ending..."] / 1 page (from US Army & Navy Fun Parade (Harvey, 1951 series) #61 (June 1953))
[STORY] ["I thought you might get hungry on the train!"] / 1 page (from US Army & Navy Fun Parade (Harvey, 1951 series) #61 (June 1953))
[STORY] ["Mmm – now where were we?"] / 1 page (from US Army & Navy Fun Parade (Harvey, 1951 series) #61 (June 1953))
[STORY] ["You'll be perfectly safe, Miss Everly – I can't swim either!"] / 1 page (from US Army & Navy Fun Parade (Harvey, 1951 series) #61 (June 1953))
[STORY] ["That's much better!"] / 1 page (from US Army & Navy Fun Parade (Harvey, 1951 series) #61 (June 1953))
[STORY] ["When you signed up for the duration..."] / 1 page (from US Army & Navy Fun Parade (Harvey, 1951 series) #61 (June 1953))
[STORY] ["I'll save time today - all absent, say, 'aye!'" / 1 page (from US Army & Navy Fun Parade (Harvey, 1951 series) #68 (March 1955))
[STORY] Transfer to Happiness / 0.8 pages (from US True War Romances (Quality Comics, 1952 series) #20 (April 1955))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / 1 page (from US Wham! (Wolf Books, 1951 series) #April 1955 (April 1955))
[STORY] Lifetime Love / 0.8 pages (from US Love Secrets (Quality Comics, 1953 series) #44 (May 1955))
[STORY] ["It's not bad enough he has a wife..."] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #70 (July 1955))
[STORY] ["My daughter said you have savoir faire."] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #70 (July 1955))
[STORY] ["When my wife comes here, you will wear this suit!"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #70 (July 1955))
[STORY] ["He likes everything about me except my work!"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #70 (July 1955))
[STORY] ["Of course I can support her - see?"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #70 (July 1955))
[STORY] ["But do you think your interests are mature enough for marriage?"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #70 (July 1955))
[STORY] ["That's the trouble - I'm getting to know you too well!"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #70 (July 1955))
[STORY] ["Here's looking at you, dear!"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #70 (July 1955))
[STORY] [p.43] / 1 page (from US Girls for Men Only (Avon Books, 1956 series) #T-123 (1956 [Copyright Date]))
[STORY] ["There must be an easier way to get dates!"] / 1 page (from US Army & Navy Fun Parade (Harvey, 1951 series) #75 (May 1956))
[STORY] ["Look, Steve, just because she got her dates mixed doesn't..."] / 1 page (from US Stare (Marvel, 1951 series) #23 (December 1956))
[STORY] ["And if you convict my client, you will take out of circulation…"] / 1 page (from US Army & Navy Fun Parade (Harvey, 1951 series) #84 (October-November 1957))
[STORY] ["You're just like a kid, wanting to see it over again!"] / 1 page (from US Army & Navy Fun Parade (Harvey, 1951 series) #84 (October-November 1957))
[STORY] ["It was the silliest assignment!"] / 1 page (from US Army & Navy Fun Parade (Harvey, 1951 series) #84 (October-November 1957))

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