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[STORY] South Sea Strategy [Part 1] / 2 pages (from US Action Comics (DC, 1938 series) #1 (June 1938))
[STORY] South Sea Strategy [Part 2] / 2 pages (from US Action Comics (DC, 1938 series) #2 (July 1938))
[STORY] Legion Loyalty / 2 pages (from US Action Comics (DC, 1938 series) #4 (September 1938))
[STORY] Money Makers / 2 pages (from US Adventure Comics (DC, 1938 series) #39 (June 1939))
[STORY] Money Makers / 2 pages (from US Adventure Comics (DC, 1938 series) #40 (July 1939))
[STORY] Shadowed / 1.56 pages (from US Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #30 (August 1939))
[STORY] The Tragic Note / Aman the Amazing-Man / 2 pages (from US Amazing Man Comics (Centaur, 1939 series) #5 (September 1939))
[STORY] The Land Beneath the Sea / "Chuck" Hardy / 7 pages (from US Amazing Man Comics (Centaur, 1939 series) #5 (September 1939))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Wise Quacks Edited by Donald Duck / 1 page (from US Mickey Mouse Magazine (Western, 1935 series) #v4#12 [48] (September 1939))
[STORY] Hazard in the Sky / 2 pages (from US More Fun Comics (DC, 1936 series) #47 (September 1939))
[STORY] A Lion's Share / 2 pages (from US Action Comics (DC, 1938 series) #17 (October 1939))
[STORY] Land Beneath the Sea / Chuck Hardy / 7 pages (from US Amazing Man Comics (Centaur, 1939 series) #6 (October 1939))
[STORY] ["Provided with a good meal by the patrol captain..."] / Chuck Hardy; Land Beneath the Sea / 7 pages (from US Amazing Man Comics (Centaur, 1939 series) #7 (November 1939))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Fantom of the Fair / 1 page (from US Amazing Mystery Funnies (Centaur, 1938 series) #v2#11 (November 1939))
[STORY] Coffee-Colored Diamonds / 1.5 pages (from US Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #33 (November 1939))
[STORY] Trial by Water / 1.33 pages (from US Adventure Comics (DC, 1938 series) #45 (December 1939))
[STORY] ["Oxan, there seems to be much gaiety in the courtyard!"] / Chuck Hardy; Land Beneath the Sea / 7 pages (from US Amazing Man Comics (Centaur, 1939 series) #8 (December 1939))
[STORY] ["How did work go today, daughter?"] / The Eye Sees / 8 pages (from US Keen Detective Funnies (Centaur, 1938 series) #v2#12 (December 1939))
[STORY] ["In the bachelor quarters of Dr. Revel..."] / Researcher / 6 pages (from US Green Giant Comics (Pelican Publications (Funnies, Inc.), 1940 series) #1 (1940))
[STORY] Five Star Trap / 1 page (from US Action Comics (DC, 1938 series) #20 (January 1940))
[STORY] ["Here comes the old gent!"] / The Eye Sees / 7 pages (from US Keen Detective Funnies (Centaur, 1938 series) #v3#1 (January 1940))
[STORY] ["After the death of their treacherous guide..."] / Chuck Hardy; Land Beneath the Sea / 7 pages (from US Amazing Man Comics (Centaur, 1939 series) #9 (February 1940))
[STORY] ["The triumphant return of Chuck and Jerry..."] / Chuck Hardy; Land Beneath the Sea / 7 pages (from US Amazing Man Comics (Centaur, 1939 series) #10 (March 1940))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / The Eye / 1 page (from US Keen Detective Funnies (Centaur, 1938 series) #18 (March 1940))
[STORY] ["Our story opens in the war-torn little republic..."] / The Eye Sees / 7 pages (from US Keen Detective Funnies (Centaur, 1938 series) #18 (March 1940))
[STORY] A Sleepy Capture / 1.5 pages (from US Adventure Comics (DC, 1938 series) #49 (April 1940))
[STORY] ["Free once more after escaping the swamp men..."] / Chuck Hardy; Land Beneath the Sea / 7 pages (from US Amazing Man Comics (Centaur, 1939 series) #11 (April 1940))
[STORY] ["With the closing of the World's Fair..."] / Fantom of the Fair / 8 pages (from US Amazing Mystery Funnies (Centaur, 1938 series) #19 (April 1940))
[STORY] ["At the headquarters of the Committee Investigating Un-American Activities..."] / The Eye Sees / 7 pages (from US Keen Detective Funnies (Centaur, 1938 series) #19 (April 1940))
[STORY] The Shrinking Spy / 2 pages (from US Marvel Mystery Comics (Marvel, 1939 series) #6 (April 1940))
[STORY] ["After thwarting the attempts of the frogmen..."] / Chuck Hardy; Land beneath the Sea / 7 pages (from US Amazing Man Comics (Centaur, 1939 series) #12 (May 1940))
[STORY] ["Since the closing of the World's Fair in September 1939..."] / Fantom of the Fair / 8 pages (from US Amazing Mystery Funnies (Centaur, 1938 series) #20 (May 1940))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / The Eye / 1 page (from US Keen Detective Funnies (Centaur, 1938 series) #20 (May 1940))
[STORY] ["Our story opens near the bitter root mountain border..."] / The Eye Sees / 9 pages (from US Keen Detective Funnies (Centaur, 1938 series) #20 (May 1940))
[STORY] ["After freeing Queen Irena and her pygmy lobstermen..."] / Chuck Hardy / 7 pages (from US Amazing Man Comics (Centaur, 1939 series) #13 (June 1940))
[STORY] ["Hey Tiny! - Your missus is out here!"] / The Eye Sees / 9 pages (from US Keen Detective Funnies (Centaur, 1938 series) #21 (June 1940))
[STORY] ["In the laboratory apartments of the framed young Dr. Hypno..."] / Dr. Hypno / 7 pages (from US Amazing Man Comics (Centaur, 1939 series) #14 (July 1940))
[STORY] ["Our story opens behind the stone and steel..."] / The Eye Sees / 9 pages (from US Keen Detective Funnies (Centaur, 1938 series) #22 (July 1940))
[STORY] ["The mental transposition of animals is the latest of Dr. Hypno's startling accomplishments!"] / Dr. Hypno / 6 pages (from US Amazing Man Comics (Centaur, 1939 series) #15 (August 1940))
[STORY] [The Food Racketeers] / The Owl / 8 pages (from US Crackajack Funnies (Western, 1938 series) #26 (August 1940))
[STORY] ["Spigetti! --You killed my brother!"] / Eye Sees / 10 pages (from US Keen Detective Funnies (Centaur, 1938 series) #23 (August 1940))
[STORY] ["Fantoman has left the fair after cleaning up all its rackets..."] / Fantoman / 8 pages (from US Amazing Mystery Funnies (Centaur, 1938 series) #24 (September 1940))
[STORY] [The Kidnapping of Belle Wayne] / Owl / 7 pages (from US Crackajack Funnies (Western, 1938 series) #27 (September 1940))
[STORY] Murder Is an Accident / 2 pages (from US Marvel Mystery Comics (Marvel, 1939 series) #11 (September 1940))
[STORY] Art McKennan / Amazing--But True! / 2 pages (from US Amazing Man Comics (Centaur, 1939 series) #16 (October 1940))
[STORY] [The Murder of Whitney Morgan] / The Owl / 6 pages (from US Crackajack Funnies (Western, 1938 series) #28 (October 1940))
[STORY] ["Wun. Change that radio program!"] / Doctor Hypno / 6 pages (from US Amazing Man Comics (Centaur, 1939 series) #17 (November 1940))
[STORY] [Sabotage at the Belford Works] / Owl / 7 pages (from US Crackajack Funnies (Western, 1938 series) #29 (November 1940))
[STORY] ["A new patient to see you, Dr. Hypno - He's a queer looking individual!!"] / Doctor Hypno / 6 pages (from US Amazing Man Comics (Centaur, 1939 series) #18 (December 1940))
[STORY] The Hub of Death / Amazing-Man / 2 pages (from US Amazing Man Comics (Centaur, 1939 series) #18 (December 1940))
[STORY] Crime Mongers / Owl / 7 pages (from US Crackajack Funnies (Western, 1938 series) #30 (December 1940))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / The Eye Sees / 1 page (from US Detective Eye (Centaur, 1940 series) #2 (December 1940))
[STORY] ["Here comes the old gent..."] / The Eye Sees / 7 pages (from US Detective Eye (Centaur, 1940 series) #2 (December 1940))
[STORY] The D.A. Wins Again / 2 pages (from US Detective Eye (Centaur, 1940 series) #2 (December 1940))
[STORY] ["How did work go today, daughter?"] / The Eye Sees / 8 pages (from US Detective Eye (Centaur, 1940 series) #2 (December 1940))
[STORY] ["Close to the heart of the great solar system lies the orbit of the moon-ringed planet of Saturn, where people live in peace and crime is unknown!!"] / Solarman / 6 pages (from US Wham Comics (Centaur, 1940 series) #2 (December 1940))
[STORY] Light Signals / Blue Fire / 2 pages (from US Wham Comics (Centaur, 1940 series) #2 (December 1940))
[STORY] ["Dr. Hypno!-psychologist, hypnotist, and criminologist!!"] / Doctor Hypno / 7 pages (from US Amazing Man Comics (Centaur, 1939 series) #19 (January 1941))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / The Owl / 1 page (from US Crackajack Funnies (Western, 1938 series) #31 (January 1941))
[STORY] ["Prince of Revenging Demons is the title..."] / Owl / 5 pages (from US Crackajack Funnies (Western, 1938 series) #31 (January 1941))
[STORY] ["Here is the Eastern Steel Corporation, Wun!"] / Doctor Hypno / 7 pages (from US Amazing Man Comics (Centaur, 1939 series) #20 (February 1941))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / The Owl / 1 page (from US Crackajack Funnies (Western, 1938 series) #32 (February 1941))
[STORY] ["Caught in the meshes of the..."] / Owl / 5 pages (from US Crackajack Funnies (Western, 1938 series) #32 (February 1941))
[STORY] The Case of Insane Mystic Knights of Bagdad / Doctor Hypno / 7 pages (from US Amazing Man Comics (Centaur, 1939 series) #21 (March 1941))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Owl / 1 page (from US Crackajack Funnies (Western, 1938 series) #33 (March 1941))
[STORY] ["Hmph! ...If it ain't Nick Terry!"] / Owl / 8 pages (from US Crackajack Funnies (Western, 1938 series) #33 (March 1941))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / The Owl / 1 page (from US Crackajack Funnies (Western, 1938 series) #34 (April 1941))
[STORY] ["Beautiful night, Belle..."] / The Owl / 8 pages (from US Crackajack Funnies (Western, 1938 series) #34 (April 1941))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Owl / 1 page (from US Crackajack Funnies (Western, 1938 series) #35 (May 1941))
[STORY] ["The finding of an advertising circular..."] / Owl / 8 pages (from US Crackajack Funnies (Western, 1938 series) #35 (May 1941))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / The Owl / 1 page (from US Crackajack Funnies (Western, 1938 series) #36 (June 1941))
[STORY] ["Having trailed the submarine aircraft carrier..."] / The Owl / 8 pages (from US Crackajack Funnies (Western, 1938 series) #36 (June 1941))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Owl; Cyclone / 1 page (from US Crackajack Funnies (Western, 1938 series) #37 (July 1941))
[STORY] ["Having successfully won the confidence of the Spectre..."] / Owl / 8 pages (from US Crackajack Funnies (Western, 1938 series) #37 (July 1941))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / The Owl / 1 page (from US Crackajack Funnies (Western, 1938 series) #38 (August 1941))
[STORY] Manse of the Mad Madespos / The Owl / 8 pages (from US Crackajack Funnies (Western, 1938 series) #38 (August 1941))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / The Owl / 1 page (from US Crackajack Funnies (Western, 1938 series) #39 (September 1941))
[STORY] ["Having trailed the mad Madespro family to their hidout..."] / Owl / 8 pages (from US Crackajack Funnies (Western, 1938 series) #39 (September 1941))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / The Owl / 1 page (from US Crackajack Funnies (Western, 1938 series) #40 (October 1941))
[STORY] ["Having received an invitation from the Owl..."] / Owl / 8 pages (from US Crackajack Funnies (Western, 1938 series) #40 (October 1941))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / The Owl / 1 page (from US Crackajack Funnies (Western, 1938 series) #41 (November 1941))
[STORY] ["Mist' police chief here to see you, Mist' Terry"] / Owl / 12 pages (from US Crackajack Funnies (Western, 1938 series) #41 (November 1941))
[STORY] [The Animal Man Strikes] / Black Hood / 14 pages (from US Top Notch Comics (Archie, 1939 series) #21 (November 1941))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / The Owl / 1 page (from US Crackajack Funnies (Western, 1938 series) #42 (December 1941))
[STORY] ["Good-bye Mr. Warden"] / The Owl / 12 pages (from US Crackajack Funnies (Western, 1938 series) #42 (December 1941))
[STORY] ["Who y'want-special investigator-Nick Terry..."] / The Owl / 9 pages (from US Crackajack Funnies (Western, 1938 series) #43 (January 1942))
[STORY] The Sooper Sweeps, or, How To Keep Our City Clean / Hank and Lank / 11 pages (from US Camp Comics (Western, 1942 series) #1 (February 1942))
[STORY] ["Hi, Nick!"] / The Owl / 8 pages (from US Popular Comics (Dell, 1936 series) #72 (February 1942))
[STORY] At Camp Anemic / Hank and Lank / 8 pages (from US Camp Comics (Western, 1942 series) #2 (March 1942))
[STORY] ["Well Nick, what do you think?"] / The Owl / 7 pages (from US Popular Comics (Dell, 1936 series) #73 (March 1942))
[STORY] ["Milton, have you composed the birthday greeting poem"] / The Owl / 7 pages (from US Popular Comics (Dell, 1936 series) #74 (April 1942))
[STORY] The Setting of the Rising Sun / Hank and Lank / 9 pages (from US Camp Comics (Western, 1942 series) #3 (April 1942))
[STORY] ["Enroute from Cape Town, South Africa, to New York City"] / The Owl / 5 pages (from US Popular Comics (Dell, 1936 series) #75 (May 1942))
[STORY] ["Our scene -- a squalid section of New York's water front"] / Nick Terry as The Owl / 7 pages (from US Popular Comics (Dell, 1936 series) #76 (June 1942))
[STORY] ["G'night, Chief! Wait, Nick!"] / Nick Terry as The Owl / 6 pages (from US Popular Comics (Dell, 1936 series) #77 (July 1942))
[STORY] ["That's right, folks - Sir Happy they call me!"] / Sir Happy / 9 pages (from US New Funnies (Dell, 1942 series) #66 (August 1942))
[STORY] ["The time -- April, 1917"] / Nick Terry as The Owl / 6 pages (from US Popular Comics (Dell, 1936 series) #78 (August 1942))
[STORY] ["Atop a grassy knoll..."] / Billy and Bonny Bee / 8 pages (from US New Funnies (Dell, 1942 series) #67 (September 1942))
[STORY] ["Slow down, Nick--"] / Nick Terry as The Owl / 7 pages (from US Popular Comics (Dell, 1936 series) #79 (September 1942))
[STORY] ["Hold still, Billy! You must look your best today."] / Billy and Bonny Bee / 8 pages (from US New Funnies (Dell, 1942 series) #68 (October 1942))

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