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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] ["It looked like this this morning, if that will help you any."] / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v214#6 (August 9, 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 don't know who they are. It started as I was waiting to use a phone."] / 0.5 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1943 (1943))
[STORY] ["I think you deliberately let me oversleep this morning so you could have my cup of coffee!"] / 0.5 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1943 (1943))
[STORY] Ben Roth / 0.2 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1943 (1943))
[STORY] ["There goes our landing gear!"] / 0.3 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1943 (1943))
[STORY] ["How do you suppose they stay so slim?"] / 0.5 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1943 (1943))
[STORY] ["I have to fill the tub twice. He soaks up the first tubful."] / 0.5 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1943 (1943))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / 1 page (from US The Pocket Book of Cartoons (Pocket Books, 1943 series) #233 (August 1943))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / 31 pages (from US Tops Comics (Consolidated Book Publishers, 1944 series) #2004 (1944))
[STORY] ["What a day you pick to drop your hanky!"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v3#6 [November] (November 1944))
[STORY] ["You - are laughing at the U.S. Army uniform!"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v3#6 [November] (November 1944))
[STORY] ["Keep your mind on the picture, lady..."] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#1 (January 1945))
[STORY] ["I hope he doesn't fail to come..."] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#1 (January 1945))
[STORY] ["Oh, you marines never give up!"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#1 (January 1945))
[STORY] ["Of course, I don't want to interfere with troop movements."] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#2 (March 1945))
[STORY] ["-And, darling, will you be home early tonight…"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#2 (March 1945))
[STORY] ["All right, take your reconnaissance shot…"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#2 (March 1945))
[STORY] ["Gee, if the girls back home were only as nuts…"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#2 (March 1945))
[STORY] ["Will there be any soldiers on the eight-fifteen for Scranton?"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#4 (July 5, 1945))
[STORY] ["Mother said I should slap your face if you kissed me..."] / 1 page (from US Fun Parade (Harvey, 1947 series) #38 (June 1948))
[STORY] ["Elementary, my dear Watson!"] / 1 page (from US Sideshow (Avon, 1949 series) #1 (1949))
[STORY] ["He opened the door and there I was in my scanties."] / 1 page (from US Cartoon Humor (Pines, 1939 series) #v14#2 (Fall 1949))
[STORY] ["That reminds me of a funny story - go ahead, dear!"] / 0.5 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1951 (1951))
[STORY] ["May I hope for a date sometime?"] / 0.5 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1951 (1951))
[STORY] ["Your mother's action has in no way settled the arguement!"] / 1 page (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1951 (1951))
[STORY] ["I have everything down in writing - he's a tattoo artist!"] / 1 page (from US Comedy (Marvel, 1951 ? series) #8 (Fall 1951))
[STORY] ["Dear, will you change this five for me? A twenty will be all right"] / 0.2 pages (from US Collier's (Collier's, 1888 series) #v129#11 (March 15, 1952))
[STORY] [p.123 - top] / 0.5 pages (from US Cartoon Laffs (Gold Medal Books, 1952 series) #249 (July 1952))
[STORY] ["Yes, this is just the thing to meet a man in."] / 1 page (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1952 (1953))
[STORY] ["One more thing."] / 0.5 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1952 (1953))
[STORY] ["Try to have a good time, Mrs. Lee, and forget what you're paying me!"] / 0.5 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1952 (1953))
[STORY] ["I have everything down in writing..."] / 1 page (from US Breezy (Marvel, 1954 series) #5 (October 1954))
[STORY] ["Slip half a dollar in between the cushions..."] / 0.25 pages (from US Breezy (Marvel, 1954 series) #5 (October 1954))
[STORY] Battle of the Sexes / Battle of the Sexes / 121 pages (from US Battle of the Sexes (Avon Books, 1955 series) #617 (1955))
[STORY] [p.49] / 1 page (from US Girls for Men Only (Avon Books, 1956 series) #T-123 (1956 [Copyright Date]))
[STORY] ["John's a ventriloquist, mother!"] / 0.25 pages (from US Stare (Marvel, 1951 series) #30 (June 1958))

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