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[STORY] [no title indexed] / Flossie / comic story / 1 page (from US Feature Funnies (Quality Comics, 1937 series) #1 (October 1937))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Flossie / cartoon / 1 page (from US Feature Funnies (Quality Comics, 1937 series) #2 (November 1937))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Flossie / comic story / 1 page (from US Feature Funnies (Quality Comics, 1937 series) #3 (December 1937))
[STORY] ["Gimme one of those penny baloons..."] / Flossie / comic story / 1 page (from US Feature Funnies (Quality Comics, 1937 series) #4 (January 1938))
[STORY] ["C'mon fellers- let's play follow the leader!"] / Flossie / comic story / 1 page (from US Feature Funnies (Quality Comics, 1937 series) #5 (February 1938))
[STORY] ["Mom's birthday is soon!"] / Flossie / comic story / 1 page (from US Feature Funnies (Quality Comics, 1937 series) #6 (March 1938))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Flossie / comic story / 1 page (from US Feature Funnies (Quality Comics, 1937 series) #7 (April 1938))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Flossie / comic story / 1 page (from US Feature Funnies (Quality Comics, 1937 series) #8 (May 1938))
[STORY] ["What's the idea?"] / Flossie / comic story / 1 page (from US Feature Funnies (Quality Comics, 1937 series) #9 (June 1938))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Flossie / comic story / 1 page (from US Feature Funnies (Quality Comics, 1937 series) #10 (July 1938))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Flossie / comic story / 1 page (from US Feature Funnies (Quality Comics, 1937 series) #11 (August 1938))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Flossie / comic story / 1 page (from US Feature Funnies (Quality Comics, 1937 series) #12 (September 1938))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Flossie / comic story / 1 page (from US Feature Funnies (Quality Comics, 1937 series) #13 (October 1938))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Flossie / comic story / 1 page (from US Feature Funnies (Quality Comics, 1937 series) #14 (November 1938))
[STORY] ["Flossie stop asking questions"] / Flossie / comic story / 0.5 pages (from US Feature Funnies (Quality Comics, 1937 series) #15 (December 1938))
[STORY] ["It was a good Christmas but I'm glad it's over"] / Flossie / comic story / 1 page (from US Feature Funnies (Quality Comics, 1937 series) #16 (January 1939))
[STORY] ["How about a hamburger kids!"] / Flossie / comic story / 1 page (from US Feature Funnies (Quality Comics, 1937 series) #17 (February 1939))
[STORY] ["Crime rears its ugly head in the presence of..."] / Little Johnny Doolittle / comic story / 8 pages (from US Headline Comics (Prize, 1943 series) #v1#1 (1) (February 1943))
[STORY] ["Huh! 48 hour pass and not a dime to my name!"] / Private Messkit / comic story / 2 pages (from US Headline Comics (Prize, 1943 series) #v1#1 (1) (February 1943))
[STORY] ["With Johnny the boy brain trust to find it..."] / Little Johnny Doolittle / comic story / 8 pages (from US Headline Comics (Prize, 1943 series) #v1#2 (2) (March 1943))
[STORY] ["Ouch!" "Did oo cut oo lily white hand?"] / Pvt. Messkit / comic story / 2 pages (from US Headline Comics (Prize, 1943 series) #v1#2 (2) (March 1943))
[STORY] ["Tom Morgan is an American school-boy..."] / Tom Morgan / comic story / 8 pages (from US Headline Comics (Prize, 1943 series) #v1#2 (2) (March 1943))
[STORY] ["Boy! Two weeks vacation..."] / Judy Joy / comic story / 2 pages (from US All-New Short Story Comics (Harvey, 1943 series) #2 (March 1943))
[STORY] ["The good old days--when knights were bold..."] / Tom Morgan / comic story / 8 pages (from US Headline Comics (Prize, 1943 series) #v1#3 (3) (April 1943))
[STORY] ["Ya gotta pick up a jeep..."] / Private Messkit / comic story / 2 pages (from US Headline Comics (Prize, 1943 series) #v1#3 (3) (April 1943))
[STORY] ["Did you ever hear of a man who buried his future?"] / Little Johnny Doolittle / comic story / 8 pages (from US Headline Comics (Prize, 1943 series) #v1#3 (3) (April 1943))
[STORY] ["In the days of ancient Rome the emperor used to say..."] / Tom Morgan / comic story / 8 pages (from US Headline Comics (Prize, 1943 series) #v1#4 (4) (Summer 1943))
[STORY] ["Howdy, son?"] / Private Messkit / comic story / 2 pages (from US Headline Comics (Prize, 1943 series) #v1#4 (4) (Summer 1943))
[STORY] The Crime Wave That Made No Sense / Little Johnny Doolittle / comic story / 8 pages (from US Headline Comics (Prize, 1943 series) #v1#4 (4) (Summer 1943))
[STORY] ["Where you goin' with the pigeon..."] / Roddy / comic story / 1 page (from US All-New Comics (Harvey, 1943 series) #5 (October 1943))
[STORY] ["Pay day, you guys!"] / Private Messkit / comic story / 2 pages (from US Headline Comics (Prize, 1943 series) #v1#5 (5) (Fall 1943))
[STORY] ["The Vikings were a brave, adventuresome, and cruel..."] / Tom Morgan / comic story / 8 pages (from US Headline Comics (Prize, 1943 series) #v1#6 (6) (Winter 1943))
[STORY] The Case of the Black Angora / comic story / 7 pages (from US Suspense Comics (Temerson / Helnit / Continental, 1943 series) #1 (December 1943))
[STORY] ["Mickey and the Kitten start out to scale the peak..."] / The Little Leaders starring Mickey and the Kitten / comic story / 6 pages (from US Cat-Man Comics (Temerson / Helnit / Continental, 1941 series) #v2#9 (22) (December 1943))
[STORY] One Round Hogan vs Battling Bradford / One Round Hogan / comic story / 6 pages (from US Everybody's Comics (Fox, 1944 series) #[nn] [1944] (1944))
[STORY] Light Heavyweight Champion of the World / One Round Hogan / comic story / 6 pages (from US Everybody's Comics (Fox, 1944 series) #[nn] [1944] (1944))
[STORY] Elephants at Large / One Round Hogan / comic story / 6 pages (from US Everybody's Comics (Fox, 1944 series) #[nn] [1944] (1944))
[STORY] ["Yes, ma'am..we have our own methods"] / This 'N That / comic story / 1 page (from US Everybody's Comics (Fox, 1944 series) #[nn] [1944] (1944))
[STORY] ["One by one eleven members of a quiet suburb have been slain in cold blood"] / Minit Mystery / comic story / 1 page (from US Everybody's Comics (Fox, 1944 series) #[nn] [1944] (1944))
[STORY] ["You'd better go home and get some sleep Mr. Joy!"] / Joy Family / comic story / 6 pages (from US Everybody's Comics (Fox, 1944 series) #[nn] [1944] (1944))
[STORY] ["Greatest Baby on Earth! Cuthbert Joy..Father"] / Joy Family / comic story / 6 pages (from US Everybody's Comics (Fox, 1944 series) #[nn] [1944] (1944))
[STORY] Tale of the Counterfeit Coins / Dick Transom / comic story / 6 pages (from US Everybody's Comics (Fox, 1944 series) #[nn] [1944] (1944))
[STORY] ["Big crime wave in city! Police fail (newspaper headline)"] / Dick Transom / comic story / 6 pages (from US Everybody's Comics (Fox, 1944 series) #[nn] [1944] (1944))
[STORY] ["Barnes, several our our cargo planes carrying Federal gold have been lost over the ocean!"] / Minit Mystery / comic story / 1 page (from US Everybody's Comics (Fox, 1944 series) #[nn] [1944] (1944))
[STORY] ["There's a mortgage onit but it's liquidated when the sun shines again!"] / This 'N That / comic story / 1 page (from US Everybody's Comics (Fox, 1944 series) #[nn] [1944] (1944))
[STORY] ["Ooh! This is a mess! Snif snif snif!"] / Sweet Sue / comic story / 4 pages (from US Everybody's Comics (Fox, 1944 series) #[nn] [1944] (1944))
[STORY] ["Golly, Mom's birthday is soon!"] / Flossie / comic story / 0.75 pages (from US Sparky Watts (Columbia, 1942 series) #4 (1944))
[STORY] The Pendulum of Doom / comic story / 8 pages (from US Suspense Comics (Temerson / Helnit / Continental, 1943 series) #2 (February 1944))
[STORY] Death In High Gear / comic story / 7 pages (from US Suspense Comics (Temerson / Helnit / Continental, 1943 series) #3 (April 1944))
[STORY] ["Oh, sarge - shouldn't you be holdin' a rose or somethin'?"] / G. I. Laffs / cartoon / 1 page (from US Blue Beetle (Fox, 1940 series) #32 (July 1944))
[STORY] ["I sent for you Inspector Blake - the town is up in arms..."] / Minite Mystery / comic story / 1 page (from US Blue Beetle (Fox, 1940 series) #32 (July 1944))
[STORY] ["Why you poor lil' man - why all the tears?"] / Jr. Doughboy / public service announcement / 1 page (from US Blue Beetle (Fox, 1940 series) #32 (July 1944))
[STORY] ["Tim Hogan, ex-Marine, spends his compensation money vainly searching for a job"] / One Round Hogan / comic story / 6 pages (from US The Green Mask (Fox, 1940 series) #10 (August 1944))
[STORY] The Screwy Sleuth / Dick Transom / comic story / 6 pages (from US The Green Mask (Fox, 1940 series) #10 (August 1944))
[STORY] ["Positively no loitering"] / Camp Capers / cartoon / 1 page (from US The Green Mask (Fox, 1940 series) #10 (August 1944))
[STORY] [Save Paper] / Jr. Air Warden / comic story / 1 page (from US The Green Mask (Fox, 1940 series) #10 (August 1944))
[STORY] ["Dawgone the dawgone job!"] / The Joy Family / comic story / 6 pages (from US The Green Mask (Fox, 1940 series) #10 (August 1944))
[STORY] ["One Round Hogan gets his chance at the title..."] / One Round Hogan / comic story / 6 pages (from US All Top Comics (Fox, 1944 series) (1944))
[STORY] ["I'm the only one back from the 25 mile hike, sir..."] / G.I. Laffs / cartoon / 1 page (from US Blue Beetle (Fox, 1940 series) #34 (September 1944))
[STORY] This Seems Silly Doesn't It? / public service announcement / 1 page (from US Blue Beetle (Fox, 1940 series) #34 (September 1944))
[STORY] ["Tim Hogan, demobilized veteran, after a short and brilliant ring career decides to quit."] / One Round Hogan / comic story / 6 pages (from US The Bouncer (Fox, 1944 series) #11 (September 1944))
[STORY] ["Listen, Joy--we're working an hour later--"] / Joy Family / comic story / 6 pages (from US The Bouncer (Fox, 1944 series) #11 (September 1944))
[STORY] ["Okay, Butch... get 'al ol' pin ready!"] / Flossie / comic story / 2 pages (from US Green Hornet Comics (Harvey, 1942 series) #20 (September 1944))
[STORY] ["Luke Chandler, ex-convict on parole, is arrested."] / Minit Mystery / comic story / 1 page (from US Blue Beetle (Fox, 1940 series) #35 (October 1944))
[STORY] ["Ho hum! Nothing much in the news to-night"] / public service announcement / 1 page (from US Blue Beetle (Fox, 1940 series) #35 (October 1944))
[STORY] ["After a few weeks in the lumber region up north..."] / One Round Hogan / comic story / 6 pages (from US The Bouncer (Fox, 1944 series) #12 (October 1944))
[STORY] ["Now, for my sake, take it easy..."] / Joy Family / comic story / 6 pages (from US The Bouncer (Fox, 1944 series) #12 (October 1944))
[STORY] [The Countess of Scarbo] / Minit Mystery / comic story / 1 page (from US Blue Beetle (Fox, 1940 series) #36 (November 1944))
[STORY] Just Suppose / public service announcement / 1 page (from US Blue Beetle (Fox, 1940 series) #36 (November 1944))
[STORY] ["One Round, having gotten over his crush on the movie siren starlet Barbara La Tour"] / One Round Hogan / comic story / 6 pages (from US The Bouncer (Fox, 1944 series) #13 (November 1944))
[STORY] ["There's a poor character outside"] / Joy Family / comic story / 6 pages (from US The Bouncer (Fox, 1944 series) #13 (November 1944))
[STORY] ["Are youse hep Zoot?"] / Dick Transom / comic story / 6 pages (from US The Green Mask (Fox, 1940 series) #11 (November 1944))
[STORY] ["Spigot, if I'm matched with the champion..."] / One Round Hogan / comic story / 6 pages (from US All Your Comics (Fox, 1944 series) ([December] 1944))
[STORY] ["Gentlemen, at this directors' meeting..."] / Joy Family / comic story / 6 pages (from US All Your Comics (Fox, 1944 series) ([December] 1944))
[STORY] ["I like my own company best!"] / Joy Family / comic story / 6 pages (from US All Great Comics (Fox, 1945 series) (1945))
[STORY] ["What's cookin' son?"] / Sonny Boy / comic story / 1 page (from US All Great Comics (Fox, 1945 series) (1945))
[STORY] ["They brought their own goal basket..."] / Zoo Town / cartoon / 1 page (from US Ribtickler (Fox, 1945 series) #1 (1945))
[STORY] ["One Round Hogan begins training for his first heavyweight bout..."] / One Round Hogan / comic story / 6 pages (from US The Bouncer (Fox, 1944 series) #[nn] (1944))
[STORY] ["Come, come, Pinky...we're all going to have a photo taken!"] / The Joy Family / comic story / 6 pages (from US The Bouncer (Fox, 1944 series) #[nn] (1944))
[STORY] ["There seems to be a stoppage... got a brush to fit?"] / Here 'N There / cartoon / 1 page (from US The Bouncer (Fox, 1944 series) #[nn] (1944))
[STORY] ["Stewart Bancroft, millionaire property owner, vanished while on an inspection tour of his various holdings"] / Minit Mystery / comic story / 1 page (from US The Bouncer (Fox, 1944 series) #[nn] (1944))
[STORY] ["Pop ya dropped this little address book outya pocket"] / This 'N' That / comic story / 1 page (from US Blue Beetle (Fox, 1940 series) #37 (Spring 1945))
[STORY] [The Dope Epidemic] / Minit Mystery / comic story / 1 page (from US Blue Beetle (Fox, 1940 series) #37 (Spring 1945))
[STORY] ["In spite of the interference of Boss McVey's mob..."] / One Round Hogan / comic story / 6 pages (from US Book of All-Comics (Fox, 1945 series) (1945))
[STORY] ["Hm..m! Mr. Hogan, the X-ray shows..."] / One Round Hogan / comic story / 6 pages (from US Book of All-Comics (Fox, 1945 series) (1945))
[STORY] ["That's Joy. They say that he's not dependable!"] / Joy Family / comic story / 6 pages (from US Book of All-Comics (Fox, 1945 series) (1945))
[STORY] ["Is it air conditioned?"] / The Joy Family / comic story / 6 pages (from US Book of All-Comics (Fox, 1945 series) (1945))
[STORY] The Case of the Artistic Burglar / Dick Transom / comic story / 6 pages (from US Book of All-Comics (Fox, 1945 series) (1945))
[STORY] ["One Round Hogan, suffering mentally and physically from the first knockout in his fight career..."] / One Round Hogan / comic story / 6 pages (from US The Bouncer (Fox, 1944 series) #14 (Spring 1945))
[STORY] ["How much am I offered?"] / Joy Family / comic story / 6 pages (from US The Bouncer (Fox, 1944 series) #14 (Spring 1945))
[STORY] ["All prize fighters at some time in their ring careers get into a slump..."] / One Round Hogan / comic story / 6 pages (from US The Green Mask (Fox, 1940 series) #v2#1 [12] (Spring 1945))
[STORY] ["The Great Tarnstrom..."] / Minit Mystery / comic story / 1 page (from US The Green Mask (Fox, 1940 series) #v2#1 [12] (Spring 1945))
[STORY] ["Listen, boys...for a buck extra..."] / Here'n There / cartoon / 1 page (from US Blue Beetle (Fox, 1940 series) #38 (Summer 1945))
[STORY] ["Boy! I gotta get up and ...."] / Sonny Boy / comic story / 1 page (from US Blue Beetle (Fox, 1940 series) #38 (Summer 1945))
[STORY] [Chinatown Incident] / Minit Mystery / comic story / 1 page (from US Blue Beetle (Fox, 1940 series) #38 (Summer 1945))
[STORY] Tale of the Counterfeit Coins / Dick Transom / comic story / 6 pages (from US The Green Mask (Fox, 1940 series) #v2#2 [13] (Summer 1945))
[STORY] ["You go right down to the commissioner..."] / Dick Transom / comic story / 6 pages (from US The Green Mask (Fox, 1940 series) #v2#3 [14] (Fall 1945))
[STORY] ["Well, here we go again!"] / Joy Family / comic story / 6 pages (from US The Green Mask (Fox, 1940 series) #v2#3 [14] (Fall 1945))
[STORY] ["What's the idea rushing me out..."] / One Round Hogan / comic story / 6 pages (from US The Green Mask (Fox, 1940 series) #v2#3 [14] (Fall 1945))
[STORY] ["Cuthbert! Stop clowning! You're no Tarzan!"] / Joy Family / comic story / 4 pages (from US Blue Beetle (Fox, 1940 series) #39 (Fall 1945))

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