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[STORY] ["Oh, no yuh don't... lemme up... I'm Skinny-Bones"] / Skinny Bones / 6 pages (from US Krazy Komics (Marvel, 1942 series) #3 (November 1942))
[STORY] Eeky Goes to the Country / Eeky Mouse and Squeeky Mouse / 8 pages (from US Real Funnies (Pines, 1943 series) #2 (March 1943))
[STORY] ["Ah! Nice juicy bear steak."] / Bobby Bear / 7 pages (from US Real Funnies (Pines, 1943 series) #2 (March 1943))
[STORY] ["An' I know where there's a swell dump!"] / Rufus Rabbit / 6 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #v2#2 (5) (May 1943))
[STORY] ["What ith thith I thee?"] / Bobby Bear / 5 pages (from US Real Funnies (Pines, 1943 series) #3 (June 1943))
[STORY] Rufus Rabbit Does His Bit / Rufus Rabbit / 8 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #v2#3 (6) (July 1943))
[STORY] ["Now, go on out and play, but be careful!"] / Nutsy Squirrel / 6 pages (from US Giggle Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #1 (October 1943))
[STORY] ["You're fired! And never let me see you..."] / Spider the Monk / 6 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #v3#2 (8) (November 1943))
[STORY] ["When Hitler gets a load of th' invention I've cooked up, he'll yell Uncle Sam!"] / Whacky the Inventor / 6 pages (from US Ha Ha Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #3 (December 1943))
[STORY] Tommy the Time Traveler / 7 pages (from US America's Funniest Comics (Wm. H. Wise & Co., 1944 series) #[nn] (1944))
[STORY] Tommy the Time Traveller in Ancient Egypt / Tommy / 8 pages (from US America's Funniest Comics (Wm. H. Wise & Co., 1944 series) #2 (1944))
[STORY] ["Ready for a tale of blood and thunder...."] / Supermouse / 8 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #9 (January 1944))
[STORY] Okey Ostrich / 6 pages (from US Giggle Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #6 (March 1944))
[STORY] ["Boy o boy! Customers!"] / Dapper Dan / 5 pages (from US Goofy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #v2#1 (4) (March 1944))
[STORY] Just Plain Nuts / Chip Chipmunk / 7 pages (from US Barnyard Comics (Pines, 1944 series) #[1] (June 1944))
[STORY] ["Gosh--those were the days!"] / Tommy the Time-Traveler / 7 pages (from US Goofy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #v2#2 (5) (June 1944))
[STORY] Back to Nature / 6 pages (from US Happy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #5 (July 1944))
[STORY] ["Live a long healthy life - become a farmer"] / Ferdie the Farmer / 7 pages (from US Giggle Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #10 (July 1944))
[STORY] Crazy for Crime! / Penniless Palmer / 6 pages (from US All Funny Comics (DC, 1943 series) #4 (Fall 1944))
[STORY] ["That wolf's always pickin' on us rabbits!"] / Kayo Rabbit / 6 pages (from US Ha Ha Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #13 (October 1944))
[STORY] Cleanup at the Cleaners! / Penniless Palmer / 6 pages (from US All Funny Comics (DC, 1943 series) #5 (Winter 1944))
[STORY] Kettles, Calamity and - Cash! / Tinkerman Tad / 5 pages (from US All Funny Comics (DC, 1943 series) #5 (Winter 1944))
[STORY] Skippy's Revenge / 5 pages (from US Ha Ha Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #14 (November 1944))
[STORY] The Hair that Wasn't There! / Hayfoot Henry / 5 pages (from US Special Edition, Action Comics (DC, 1944 series) #1 ([November 27] 1944))
[STORY] The Taming of the Tiger! / Hayfoot Henry / 5 pages (from US Action Comics (DC, 1938 series) #79 (December 1944))
[STORY] [Filbert Fox "Buys the Bonds"] / Filbert Fox / 9 pages (from US Barnyard Comics (Pines, 1944 series) #3 (December 1944))
[STORY] The Man Who Stole Time! / Hayfoot Henry / 5 pages (from US Special Edition, Action Comics (DC, 1944 series) #2 ([December 15] 1944 ([February 1945])))
[STORY] The Bodyguard / 6 pages (from US Chuckle (American Comics Group, 1945 series) (1945))
[STORY] The Hair That Wasn't There! / Hayfoot Henry / 5 pages (from US Action Comics (DC, 1938 series) #80 (January 1945))
[STORY] ["So long, folks! I'm going to get a job in a defense industry and make a lot of money!"] / Whammy, the Zimzam Kid / 7 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #15 (January 1945))
[STORY] The Man Who Stole Time! / Hayfoot Henry / 5 pages (from US Action Comics (DC, 1938 series) #81 (February 1945))
[STORY] ["Call yourself a bull-thrower?"] / Hobo Hare / 6 pages (from US Giggle Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #17 (February 1945))
[STORY] ["Oh, look at that darling suit!"] / Rusty Rabbit / 5 pages (from US Laffy-Daffy Comics (Rural Home, 1945 series) #1 (February 1945))
[STORY] Mind Over Matter! / Hayfoot Henry / 5 pages (from US Action Comics (DC, 1938 series) #82 (March 1945))
[STORY] ["Trying to sleep in the daytime is getting to be a harder job than working all night! Boy--am I sleepy!"] / Buzz Bear / 6 pages (from US Merry-Go-Round (American Comics Group, 1945 series) ([1945]))
[STORY] Custom Tailored Crime! / Hayfoot Henry / 5 pages (from US Action Comics (DC, 1938 series) #83 (April 1945))
[STORY] Penniless Palmer and the Miserable Millionaire / Penniless Palmer / 5 pages (from US All Funny Comics (DC, 1943 series) #6 (Spring 1945))
[STORY] Hysterical Hydraulics! / Tinkerman Tad / 5 pages (from US All Funny Comics (DC, 1943 series) #6 (Spring 1945))
[STORY] The Enchanted Woods / 6 pages (from US Happy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #8 (April 1945))
[STORY] The Heroic Hare / 6 pages (from US Happy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #8 (April 1945))
[STORY] The Treasure Hunt / 5 pages (from US Hi-Jinx (American Comics Group, 1945 series) (1945))
[STORY] Wily Willie Inventor / 6 pages (from US Goofy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #9 (May 1945))
[STORY] The Hungry Hare! / Hayfoot Henry / 5 pages (from US Action Comics (DC, 1938 series) #85 (June 1945))
[STORY] [Mr. Rabbit] / Bobby Bear / 3 pages (from US America's Best Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #v5#2 (14) (June 1945))
[STORY] Danny the Doodling Drummer / Penniless Palmer / 5 pages (from US Star Spangled Comics (DC, 1941 series) #45 (June 1945))
[STORY] Pandemonium - And Police! / Tinkerman Tad / 5 pages (from US All Funny Comics (DC, 1943 series) #7 (Summer 1945))
[STORY] Dead Heat with Danger / Penniless Palmer / 6 pages (from US All Funny Comics (DC, 1943 series) #7 (Summer 1945))
[STORY] ["Why did ya smack him?"] / Dip and Drip / 5 pages (from US Barnyard Comics (Pines, 1944 series) #5 (July 1945))
[STORY] The Champ / Chub the Cub / 6 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #18 (July 1945))
[STORY] Reggie Rabbit / 6 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #18 (July 1945))
[STORY] Perry Pigg / 6 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #18 (July 1945))
[STORY] The Owl and the Pussycat / 7 pages (from US Happy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #9 (July 1945))
[STORY] Davey Dragon / 5 pages (from US Happy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #9 (July 1945))
[STORY] Trelawney Tiger / 6 pages (from US Happy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #9 (July 1945))
[STORY] The Rainbow Sheep / Penniless Palmer / 5 pages (from US Star Spangled Comics (DC, 1941 series) #46 (July 1945))
[STORY] Alley Bob-Cat and the Naughty Thieves / 5 pages (from US Goofy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #10 (August 1945))
[STORY] Case of the Crazy Cruise! / Penniless Palmer / 5 pages (from US Star Spangled Comics (DC, 1941 series) #47 (August 1945))
[STORY] ["Tell me, mister--who am I?"] / Mousy and Butch / 6 pages (from US Barnyard Comics (Pines, 1944 series) #6 (September 1945))
[STORY] The Street Cleaner / 5 pages (from US Barnyard Comics (Pines, 1944 series) #6 (September 1945))
[STORY] ["You're new here, Willie..."] / Willie / 5 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #19 (September 1945))
[STORY] A Weasel in the Woodpile / Penniless Palmer / 5 pages (from US Star Spangled Comics (DC, 1941 series) #48 (September 1945))
[STORY] Bright and Oily / Penniless Palmer / 5 pages (from US All Funny Comics (DC, 1943 series) #8 (Fall 1945))
[STORY] Red Hot Rodeo / Tinkerman Tad / 6 pages (from US All Funny Comics (DC, 1943 series) #8 (Fall 1945))
[STORY] The Gold Mine / 6 pages (from US Happy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #10 (October 1945))
[STORY] Cabbage King / Penniless Palmer / 5 pages (from US Star Spangled Comics (DC, 1941 series) #49 (October 1945))
[STORY] Delirium in Dynamics / Tinkerman Tad / 5 pages (from US All Funny Comics (DC, 1943 series) #9 (Winter 1945))
[STORY] False Faces / Penniless Palmer / 6 pages (from US All Funny Comics (DC, 1943 series) #9 (Winter 1945))
[STORY] Spiced with Scoundrels / Penniless Palmer / 5 pages (from US Star Spangled Comics (DC, 1941 series) #50 (November 1945))
[STORY] Boris Bear and Sonny / 6 pages (from US Barnyard Comics (Pines, 1944 series) #7 (December 1945))
[STORY] Thar's Gold in Them Thar Chills / Penniless Palmer / 5 pages (from US Star Spangled Comics (DC, 1941 series) #51 (December 1945))
[STORY] Fowl and Fair / 6 pages (from US Happy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #11 (January 1946))
[STORY] The Pills and the Pottage / Penniless Palmer / 5 pages (from US Star Spangled Comics (DC, 1941 series) #52 (January 1946))
[STORY] The Scent of the Straying Schnauzer / Penniless Palmer / 5 pages (from US Star Spangled Comics (DC, 1941 series) #53 (February 1946))
[STORY] Bouncing Buffoonery / Penniless Palmer / 5 pages (from US All Funny Comics (DC, 1943 series) #10 (March-April 1946))
[STORY] Ten Pin Nightmare / Tinkerman Tad / 5 pages (from US All Funny Comics (DC, 1943 series) #10 (March-April 1946))
[STORY] The Golden Egg / Penniless Palmer / 5 pages (from US Star Spangled Comics (DC, 1941 series) #54 (March 1946))
[STORY] The Trains That Were Always Late / Penniless Palmer / 5 pages (from US All Funny Comics (DC, 1943 series) #11 (May-June 1946))
[STORY] A Freak Squeak / Tinkerman Tad / 5 pages (from US All Funny Comics (DC, 1943 series) #11 (May-June 1946))
[STORY] A Back-Fire in Greenbacks / Penniless Palmer / 6 pages (from US All Funny Comics (DC, 1943 series) #12 (July-August 1946))
[STORY] High Voltage and Ventilation / Tinkerman Tad / 5 pages (from US All Funny Comics (DC, 1943 series) #12 (July-August 1946))
[STORY] The Living Statues / Penniless Palmer / 5 pages (from US Star Spangled Comics (DC, 1941 series) #58 (July 1946))
[STORY] High-Handed Horseplay / Penniless Palmer / 5 pages (from US Star Spangled Comics (DC, 1941 series) #59 (August 1946))
[STORY] A Futile Fortune. / Penniless Palmer / 6 pages (from US All Funny Comics (DC, 1943 series) #13 (September-October 1946))
[STORY] The Efficiency Expert. / Tinkerman Tad / 5 pages (from US All Funny Comics (DC, 1943 series) #13 (September-October 1946))
[STORY] The Frantic Farmyard / Penniless Palmer / 5 pages (from US Star Spangled Comics (DC, 1941 series) #60 (September 1946))
[STORY] Stream-Lined Shenanigans / Penniless Palmer / 5 pages (from US Star Spangled Comics (DC, 1941 series) #61 (October 1946))
[STORY] Twenty-Five Letter Alphabet / Penniless Palmer / 5 pages (from US All Funny Comics (DC, 1943 series) #14 (November-December 1946))
[STORY] Job in Gigantic Mechanics / Tinkerman Tad / 5 pages (from US All Funny Comics (DC, 1943 series) #14 (November-December 1946))
[STORY] False Arrest / Penniless Palmer / 5 pages (from US Star Spangled Comics (DC, 1941 series) #62 (November 1946))
[STORY] The Piggy Bank Plot / Penniless Palmer / 6 pages (from US All Funny Comics (DC, 1943 series) #15 (January-February 1947))
[STORY] Jumping-Jack Jitters / Tinkerman Tad / 5 pages (from US All Funny Comics (DC, 1943 series) #15 (January-February 1947))
[STORY] The Bouncing Mr. Pop Uppendown / Penniless Palmer / 5 pages (from US Star Spangled Comics (DC, 1941 series) #64 (January 1947))
[STORY] Melody in the Key of Wheeee / Tinkerman Tad / 5 pages (from US All Funny Comics (DC, 1943 series) #16 (March-April 1947))
[STORY] The Pink Eyebrow / Penniless Palmer / 5 pages (from US All Funny Comics (DC, 1943 series) #16 (March-April 1947))
[STORY] The Rainbow Rain Makers / Penniless Palmer / 6 pages (from US Star Spangled Comics (DC, 1941 series) #67 (April 1947))
[STORY] Try and Collect / Penniless Palmer / 6 pages (from US All Funny Comics (DC, 1943 series) #17 (May-June 1947))
[STORY] Barnstormer / Tinkerman Tad / 5 pages (from US All Funny Comics (DC, 1943 series) #18 (July-August 1947))
[STORY] Noodle Boodle / Penniless Palmer / 5 pages (from US All Funny Comics (DC, 1943 series) #19 (September-October 1947))
[STORY] Dust or Bust / Tinkerman Tad / 5 pages (from US All Funny Comics (DC, 1943 series) #19 (September-October 1947))
[STORY] Everybody's Mad at Everybody! / Penniless Palmer / 6 pages (from US All Funny Comics (DC, 1943 series) #20 (November-December 1947))

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