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[STORY] ["Well here's the edge of town...So long Sleepy Hollow!"] / Ramblin' Jim / comic story / 0.5 pages (from US New Fun (DC, 1935 series) #v1#5 (August 1935))
[STORY] [The Haunted House, Part 1] / Slim Pickins / comic story / 0.5 pages (from US New Fun (DC, 1935 series) #v1#5 (August 1935))
[STORY] The Evil Eye / comic story / 0.2 pages (from US New Fun (DC, 1935 series) #v1#5 (August 1935))
[STORY] [The Haunted House, Part 2] / Slim Pickins / comic story / 0.55 pages (from US New Fun (DC, 1935 series) #v1#6 (October 1935))
[STORY] ["How long have you been a married man, Ed?"] / The First Hundred Years / comic story / 0.2 pages (from US New Fun (DC, 1935 series) #v1#6 (October 1935))
[STORY] ["Well bless my stars! It's a boy - an' looks t' me like there has been foul play!"] / Ramblin' Jim / comic story / 0.55 pages (from US New Fun (DC, 1935 series) #v1#6 (October 1935))
[STORY] ["Gee! I was just over in a telephone booth..."] / Try an' Get It / comic story / 0.2 pages (from US New Fun (DC, 1935 series) #v1#6 (October 1935))
[STORY] Lesson I: Pen Lines / Cartoon Corner / activity / 1 page (from US New Comics (DC, 1935 series) #v1#1 (December 1935))
[STORY] ["If you're gonna be my manager..."] / Dare-Devil Dunk / comic story / 2 pages (from US New Book of Comics (DC, 1936 series) #1 (1936))
[STORY] [The Haunted House, Part 3] / Slim Pickins / comic story / 0.67 pages (from US More Fun (DC, 1936 series) #v1#7 (January 1936))
[STORY] ["Now stranger - the lad's asleep..."] / Rambler Jim / comic story / 0.6 pages (from US More Fun (DC, 1936 series) #v1#7 (January 1936))
[STORY] Lesson 2: Comic Heads / Cartoon Corner / activity / 1 page (from US New Comics (DC, 1935 series) #v1#2 (January 1936))
[STORY] ["If you're gonna be my manager..."] / Dare-Devil Dunk / comic story / 2 pages (from US New Comics (DC, 1935 series) #v1#2 (January 1936))
[STORY] [The Haunted House, Part 4] / Slim Pickins / comic story / 1 page (from US More Fun (DC, 1936 series) #v1#8 (February 1936))
[STORY] [Fishy the Gangster, Part 4] / Rambler Jim / comic story / 1 page (from US More Fun (DC, 1936 series) #v1#8 (February 1936))
[STORY] ["No, we don't need a stuntman just now..."] / Dare-Devil Dunk / comic story / 2 pages (from US New Comics (DC, 1935 series) #v1#3 (February 1936))
[STORY] Lesson 3: Hands and Feet / Cartoon Corner / activity / 1 page (from US New Comics (DC, 1935 series) #v1#3 (February 1936))
[STORY] ["Ah! At last he fell asleep!"] / Slim Pickins / comic story / 2 pages (from US More Fun Comics (DC, 1936 series) #v1#9 (March-April 1936))
[STORY] ["There's th' lad who captured those three bandits!"] / Ramblin' Jim / comic story / 2 pages (from US New Comics (DC, 1935 series) #v1#4 (March-April 1936))
[STORY] ["Hey Gov!"] / Big Sid / comic story / 2 pages (from US The Comics Magazine (Comics Magazine Company, 1936 series) #v1#1 (May 1936))
[STORY] ["No more excuses!"] / Alfy Elephant / comic story / 1 page (from US The Comics Magazine (Comics Magazine Company, 1936 series) #v1#1 (May 1936))
[STORY] ["Do ya wanna go over to th' lumber yard with brother?"] / Shocky / comic story / 1 page (from US The Comics Magazine (Comics Magazine Company, 1936 series) #v1#1 (May 1936))
[STORY] ["I want my rent now or there'll be trouble, Mr. Spunk."] / Spunk Hazard / comic story / 2 pages (from US The Comics Magazine (Comics Magazine Company, 1936 series) #v1#1 (May 1936))
[STORY] ["I believe that's Eggy over on th' dock!"] / Time Waits for No Man / comic story / 0.25 pages (from US The Comics Magazine (Comics Magazine Company, 1936 series) #v1#1 (May 1936))
[STORY] [The Hairy Ape, Part 2] / Slim Pickins / comic story / 2 pages (from US More Fun Comics (DC, 1936 series) #v1#10 (May 1936))
[STORY] ["Hullo Mister Allen - I'm back again..."] / Ramblin' Jim / comic story / 2 pages (from US More Fun Comics (DC, 1936 series) #v1#10 (May 1936))
[STORY] ["I'll getcha hat fer ya mister!"] / Alfy Elephant / comic story / 1 page (from US The Comics Magazine (Comics Magazine Company, 1936 series) #v1#2 (June 1936))
[STORY] ["Blaw-w!"] / Shocky / comic story / 1 page (from US The Comics Magazine (Comics Magazine Company, 1936 series) #v1#2 (June 1936))
[STORY] ["Where we goin' Pop?"] / Big Sid / comic story / 2 pages (from US The Comics Magazine (Comics Magazine Company, 1936 series) #v1#2 (June 1936))
[STORY] ["Come on Foggy--let's go out and soak up some sunshine---"] / Spunk Hazard / comic story / 2 pages (from US The Comics Magazine (Comics Magazine Company, 1936 series) #v1#2 (June 1936))
[STORY] ["Ow! My tooth is jumpin' awful..."] / Alfy Elephant / comic story / 1 page (from US The Comics Magazine (Funny Pages) (Comics Magazine Company, 1936 series) #v1#3 (July 1936))
[STORY] ["Th' boss says if yer gonna hang around..."] / Slim Pickins / comic story / 2 pages (from US New Comics (DC, 1935 series) #v1#9 (October 1936))
[STORY] ["Here's my chariot! Hop in an we'll take a little spin out in th' country"] / Ramblin' Jim / comic story / 2 pages (from US New Adventure Comics (DC, 1937 series) #v2#2 (14) (March 1937))
[STORY] Toby and the Soaring Sofa / Toby / comic story / 3 pages (from US Popular Comics (Dell, 1936 series) #28 (May 1938))
[STORY] Toby and the Soaring Sofa / Toby / comic story / 3 pages (from US Popular Comics (Dell, 1936 series) #29 (June 1938))
[STORY] The Soaring Sofa / Toby / comic story / 2 pages (from US Popular Comics (Dell, 1936 series) #30 (July 1938))
[STORY] ["After Toby and Jigger escape from the old witch on the magic sofa"] / Toby / comic story / 2 pages (from US Popular Comics (Dell, 1936 series) #31 (August 1938))
[STORY] ["Hey! What's this?"] / Toby / comic story / 2 pages (from US Popular Comics (Dell, 1936 series) #33 (October 1938))
[STORY] ["You big oversized not-wit!"] / Toby / comic story / 3 pages (from US Popular Comics (Dell, 1936 series) #35 (December 1938))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Toby / comic story / 3 pages (from US Popular Comics (Dell, 1936 series) #36 (January 1939))
[STORY] ["Ah! A swell tropic island!"] / Toby / comic story / 3 pages (from US Popular Comics (Dell, 1936 series) #37 (February 1939))
[STORY] ["Oomog! Look out - th' chief is plenty mad!"] / Toby / comic story / 2 pages (from US Popular Comics (Dell, 1936 series) #38 (April 1939))
[STORY] ["Free 2 bikes and 2 typewriters to the winners of this contest"] / activity / 2 pages (from US Popular Comics (Dell, 1936 series) #38 (April 1939))
[STORY] ["If we had a sail, Oomog, you wouldn't have to work so hard."] / Toby / comic story / 2 pages (from US Popular Comics (Dell, 1936 series) #39 (May 1939))
[STORY] ["Why somebody so stingy with ol' island?"] / Toby / comic story / 2 pages (from US Popular Comics (Dell, 1936 series) #40 (June 1939))
[STORY] ["Hurry -- Oomog, we can't monkey around on a spooky island like this!"] / Toby / comic story / 2 pages (from US Popular Comics (Dell, 1936 series) #41 (July 1939))
[STORY] ["Oomog, disguised as one of the spooks"] / Toby / comic story / 2 pages (from US Popular Comics (Dell, 1936 series) #42 (August 1939))
[STORY] ["If th' spooks are gonna tow us I wish they'd slow down"] / Toby / comic story / 2 pages (from US Popular Comics (Dell, 1936 series) #45 (November 1939))
[STORY] ["Once more - A-B-C-D-E"] / Toby / comic story / 2 pages (from US Popular Comics (Dell, 1936 series) #46 (December 1939))
[STORY] Summertime is Karo Time! / cartoon / 0.5 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v229#4 (July 28 1956))
[STORY] At Home and Away with Karo Syrup / cartoon / 0.5 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v229#8 (August 25 1956))
[STORY] Good Morning Surprise with Karo Syrup / comic story / 0.5 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v229#14 [13] (September 29, 1956))

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