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[STORY] ["A hell of a looking Commando you are, Pringle."] / 0.5 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1943 (1943))
[STORY] ["Can you think of any catch statements for the press in case we're heroes?"] / 0.3 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1943 (1943))
[STORY] Virgil Partch / 0.2 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1943 (1943))
[STORY] ["Apple polisher!"] / 0.5 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1943 (1943))
[STORY] [Food Delivery] / 0.5 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1943 (1943))
[STORY] [Giant Pearls of Zumba] / Jetsam Joe / 6 pages (from US Don Winslow of the Navy (Fawcett, 1943 series) #1 (February 17, 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] / 1 page (from US The Pocket Book of Cartoons (Pocket Books, 1943 series) #233 (August 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] / 1 page (from US The Pocket Book of Cartoons (Pocket Books, 1943 series) #233 (August 1943))
[STORY] ["Impulsive boy!"] / 1 page (from US New Cartoons by Vip (Fawcett, 1949 series) (1949))
[STORY] [p.10-11] / 1.33 pages (from US Cartoon Laffs (Gold Medal Books, 1952 series) #249 (July 1952))
[STORY] [p.19 - top] / 0.5 pages (from US Cartoon Laffs (Gold Medal Books, 1952 series) #249 (July 1952))
[STORY] [p.22 - bottom] / 0.5 pages (from US Cartoon Laffs (Gold Medal Books, 1952 series) #249 (July 1952))
[STORY] [p.24] / 0.5 pages (from US Cartoon Laffs (Gold Medal Books, 1952 series) #249 (July 1952))
[STORY] [p.26 - bottom] / 0.5 pages (from US Cartoon Laffs (Gold Medal Books, 1952 series) #249 (July 1952))
[STORY] [p.30] / 0.5 pages (from US Cartoon Laffs (Gold Medal Books, 1952 series) #249 (July 1952))
[STORY] [p.37 - bottom] / 0.5 pages (from US Cartoon Laffs (Gold Medal Books, 1952 series) #249 (July 1952))
[STORY] [p.38] / 1 page (from US Cartoon Laffs (Gold Medal Books, 1952 series) #249 (July 1952))
[STORY] [p.48 - bottom] / 0.5 pages (from US Cartoon Laffs (Gold Medal Books, 1952 series) #249 (July 1952))
[STORY] [p.58 - bottom] / 0.5 pages (from US Cartoon Laffs (Gold Medal Books, 1952 series) #249 (July 1952))
[STORY] [p.77] / 0.5 pages (from US Cartoon Laffs (Gold Medal Books, 1952 series) #249 (July 1952))
[STORY] [p.114 - top] / 0.5 pages (from US Cartoon Laffs (Gold Medal Books, 1952 series) #249 (July 1952))
[STORY] [p.121 - top] / 0.5 pages (from US Cartoon Laffs (Gold Medal Books, 1952 series) #249 (July 1952))
[STORY] [p.145 - bottom] / 0.5 pages (from US Cartoon Laffs (Gold Medal Books, 1952 series) #249 (July 1952))
[STORY] [p.152] / 0.5 pages (from US Cartoon Laffs (Gold Medal Books, 1952 series) #249 (July 1952))
[STORY] [p.160] / 1 page (from US Cartoon Laffs (Gold Medal Books, 1952 series) #249 (July 1952))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / 1 page (from US Man the Beast and the Wild, Wild Women (Dell, 1953 series) #843 (1953))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Service Please / 0.5 pages (from US 1000 Jokes (Dell, 1939 series) #71 (August-October 1954))
[STORY] Saucers from Saturn / 2 pages (from US Space Adventures (Charlton, 1952 series) #12 (August 1954))
[STORY] The Hospital / 9 pages (from US Dear Patient (Physicians Publications, 1957 series) (1957))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v229#39 (March 30, 1957))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / 1 page (from US Choice Cartoons from Sports Illustrated (Perma Books, 1957 series) #M-3083 (August 1957))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / 0.33 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v230#20 (November 16, 1957))
[STORY] ["Bus"] / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v230#21 (November 23, 1957))
[STORY] ["I get double action too with my Cummins Sander!"] / 0.125 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v231#10 (September 6, 1958))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / 1 page (from US VIP Tosses a Party (Crest Books, 1960 series) #394 (August 1960))
[STORY] Funny Cartoons / 1 page (from US Funny Cartoons (Gold Medal Books, 1964 series) #k1412 (1964 [copyright date]))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / 156 pages (from US Funny Cartoons (Gold Medal Books, 1964 series) #k1412 (1964 [copyright date]))
[STORY] Vip [sic] promises a free sketch to anyone who dies laughing / 1 page (from US Funny Cartoons (Gold Medal Books, 1964 series) #k1412 (1964 [copyright date]))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / 0.5 pages (from US Look (Cowles, 1937 series) #v28#23 (November 17, 1964))
[STORY] ["You've got to start somewhere, I always say."] / 118 ? pages (from US Looking over Your Shoulder: Cartoons from Look Magazine (E. P. Dutton, 1965 series) (1965))
[STORY] [Surprise on the Desert] / 0.2 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#1 (January 1966))
[STORY] ["You're next, four-eyes!"] / 0.3 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#4 (April 1966))
[STORY] ["Of course I believe in free love. Who's got money?"] / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#6 (June 1966))
[STORY] ["For crying out loud! Why CAN'T he have the car keys tonight?"] / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#7 (July 1966))
[STORY] ["On second thought, I think I'll dig mine a little deeper."] / 0.33 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#8 (August 1966))
[STORY] [High Wire in the Desert] / 0.2 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#8 (August 1966))
[STORY] ["Two near the front, please."] / 0.3 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#9 (September 1966))
[STORY] ["Might as well try to get some shut-eye, Ed. They never attack at night."] / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#10 (October 1966))
[STORY] [Cut on Dotted Line in Desert] / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#11 (November 1966))
[STORY] ["I've always been a leg man myself."] / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#12 (December 1966))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / 1 page (from US New Faces on the Barroom Floor (Gold Medal Books, 1967 series) #D1842 (1967))
[STORY] [Rx for a VIP special] / 4 pages (from US New Faces on the Barroom Floor (Gold Medal Books, 1967 series) #D1842 (1967))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / 156 pages (from US New Faces on the Barroom Floor (Gold Medal Books, 1967 series) #D1842 (1967))
[STORY] [Who else but VIP] / 1 page (from US New Faces on the Barroom Floor (Gold Medal Books, 1967 series) #D1842 (1967))
[STORY] [Virgil Partch] / 2 pages (from US Think Small (Volkswagen of America, 1967 series) #[nn] (1967))
[STORY] [Virgil Partch] / 2 pages (from US Think Small (Volkswagen of America, 1967 series) #114A (1967))
[STORY] [Wrong Way Golfer] / 1 page (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v14#4 (April 1967))
[STORY] ["Calm down - you're getting wild again."] / 0.034 pages (from US Wham-O Giant Comics (Wham-O, 1967 series) #1 (April 1967))
[STORY] ["Okay, Kosgriff, the lunch break is over!"] / 0.02 pages (from US Wham-O Giant Comics (Wham-O, 1967 series) #1 (April 1967))
[STORY] ["I'm on a crash diet."] / 0.02 pages (from US Wham-O Giant Comics (Wham-O, 1967 series) #1 (April 1967))
[STORY] ["I'm a sloppy eater."] / 0.02 pages (from US Wham-O Giant Comics (Wham-O, 1967 series) #1 (April 1967))
[STORY] Powered by Toys / Whamo Fun Factory / 1 page (from US Wham-O Giant Comics (Wham-O, 1967 series) #1 (April 1967))
[STORY] ["Reach!"] / 0.02 pages (from US Wham-O Giant Comics (Wham-O, 1967 series) #1 (April 1967))
[STORY] ["Wait'll she gets directly underneath it."] / 0.3 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v14#5 (May 1967))
[STORY] ["A double martini and a bag of peanuts, please."] / 0.3 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v14#6 (June 1967))
[STORY] ["You know what YOUR trouble is, Kosgriff? You think small!"] / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v14#8 (August 1967))
[STORY] ["Has it ever occurred to you that he might be right and all the rest of us wrong?"] / 0.3 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v14#9 (September 1967))
[STORY] ["You call yourself a BARTENDER?"] / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v14#10 (October 1967))
[STORY] ["That's the trouble with most people today—rush, rush, rush!"] / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v15#1 (January 1968))
[STORY] [Strange Shadow] / 0.33 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v15#1 (January 1968))
[STORY] ["Now, why the hell did you have to go and tell that joke for?"] / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v15#2 (February 1968))
[STORY] ["Phoebe, you don't know a THING about golf!"] / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v15#5 (May 1968))
[STORY] [Surfing Switcheroo] / 1 page (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v15#7 (July 1968))
[STORY] ["A pox on these summer-weight suits!"] / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v15#8 (August 1968))
[STORY] ["I meant get out there and fight!"] / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v15#9 (September 1968))
[STORY] [Football and Hockey] / 0.75 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v15#11 (November 1968))
[STORY] VIP's a V.I.P. / 1 page (from CA Captain George's Comic World (Memory Lane Publications, 1967 series) #21 (1969))
[STORY] [Anatomical Heart on a Tree] / 0.3 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v16#11 (November 1969))
[STORY] ["She loves me. She loves me not. She ..."] / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v16#11 (November 1969))
[STORY] ["And they say chivalry is dead."] / 0.2 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v17#1 (January 1970))
[STORY] ["I don't think you're dying of thirst at all, you dirty old man!"] / 0.3 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v17#5 (May 1970))
[STORY] ["But he's buying."] / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v17#8 (August 1970))
[STORY] ["I'm used to bigger things"] / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v17#12 (December 1970))
[STORY] ["For crying out loud! Why CAN'T he have the car keys tonight?"] / 0.25 pages (from US The Best from Playboy (Playboy Press, 1964 series) #5 (1971))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / George / 2 pages (from DE Comics - Weltbekannte Zeichenserien (Carlsen Comics [DE], 1971 series) #1 (1971))
[STORY] ["His philosophy is that sex should be considered on the same level as shaking hands."] / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v18#1 (January 1971))
[STORY] ["Don't you EVER have any cash on you?"] / 0.3 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v18#2 (February 1971))
[STORY] ["I don't think you're dying of thirst at all, you dirty old man!"] / 0.3 pages (from US The Best from Playboy (Playboy Press, 1964 series) #7 (1973))
[STORY] ["Oh, no. Just two guys who couldn't decide who was next."] / 0.33 pages (from AU Adam (K. G. Murray, 1946 series) #v54#4 (March 1973))
[STORY] [Eddie's Barber Shop] / 0.25 pages (from US True (Fawcett, 1937 series) #437 (October 1973))
[STORY] ["Mind if I join you?"] / The Captain's Gig / 1 page (from US The South Middlesex News Comic Book (The Middlesex News, 1978 series) #v1#1 (March 19, 1978))
[STORY] ["This thing's wobbly."] / The Captain's Gig / 1 page (from US The South Middlesex News Comic Book (The Middlesex News, 1978 series) #v1#2 (March 26, 1978))
[STORY] ["Here we are, right on time."] / The Cap'n's Gig / 1 page (from US The Middlesex News Comic Book (The Middlesex News, 1979 series) #v1#52 (March 11, 1979))
[STORY] ["Should I or should I not?"] / The Cap'n's Gig / 1 page (from US The Middlesex News Comic Book (The Middlesex News, 1979 series) #v2#2 (25 March 1979))
[STORY] ["What are we going to use this for, Captain?"] / The Cap'n's Gig / 1 page (from US The Middlesex News Comic Book (The Middlesex News, 1979 series) #v2#3 (April 1, 1979))
[STORY] ["I've just purchased a little something for the house."] / The Cap'n's Gig / 1 page (from US The Middlesex News Comic Book (The Middlesex News, 1979 series) #v2#4 (April 8, 1979))
[STORY] [Gas] / 0.33 pages (from US Omni (Penthouse, 1978 series) #v2#12 (September 1980))
[STORY] ["Next, I'm going to have her teeth straightened."] / 0.33 pages (from US Omni (Penthouse, 1978 series) #v3#9 (June 1981))

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