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[STORY] ["Boy, have I got an idea!"] / Silly Billy / 7 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #v2#2 (5) (May 1943))
[STORY] Little Richard's Imagination / 4 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #v2#2 (5) (May 1943))
[STORY] ["Sparks, you're just a chump chimp!"] / Firehouse Fables / 5 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #v3#1 (7) (September 1943))
[STORY] ["How about teaming up with me and my gang..."] / Hap the Rabbit / 6 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #v3#2 (8) (November 1943))
[STORY] ["That's a wonderful toy for Bitty!"] / Bitty Kitty / 6 pages (from US Goofy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #v1#3 (3) (December 1943))
[STORY] ["Gee--I wonder what they meant when they talked about the perils of the big city!"] / Boopy Ostrich / 5 pages (from US Ha Ha Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #3 (December 1943))
[STORY] Horatio Hare / 6 pages (from US Giggle Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #4 (January 1944))
[STORY] Doggie Dave / 6 pages (from US Giggle Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #5 (February 1944))
[STORY] ["Uh... Have ya got a statement fer the press?"] / Abercrombie / 5 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #10 (March 1944))
[STORY] The Great Profile / 5 pages (from US Goofy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #v2#1 (4) (March 1944))
[STORY] Macgonigle / 1 page (from US Ha Ha Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #6 (March 1944))
[STORY] ["Why don't you get your own paper?"] / Mr. MacGonigle / 1 page (from US Ha Ha Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #8 (May 1944))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Napoleon / 1 page (from US Famous Funnies (Eastern Color, 1934 series) #123 (October 1944))
[STORY] Timid Timmie / 1 page (from US Happy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #6 (October 1944))
[STORY] Beauty and the Beast / Bingo and Glum in Fairytale Land / 6 pages (from US Jingle Jangle Comics (Eastern Color, 1942 series) #11 (October 1944))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Oaky Doaks / 1 page (from US Famous Funnies (Eastern Color, 1934 series) #124 (November 1944))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Jitter / 1 page (from US Famous Funnies (Eastern Color, 1934 series) #125 (December 1944))
[STORY] ["Hortense says that birds of a feather..."] / Hortense the Lovable Brat / 6 pages (from US Jingle Jangle Comics (Eastern Color, 1942 series) #13 (February 1945))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Napoleon / 1 page (from US Famous Funnies (Eastern Color, 1934 series) #128 (March 1945))
[STORY] ["You can depend on us, folks..."] / Bingo's Adventures in Fairytale Land / 6 pages (from US Jingle Jangle Comics (Eastern Color, 1942 series) #14 (April 1945))
[STORY] ["Young Hal Every wanted to be an artist..."] / Kid From Brooklyn / 6 pages (from US Heroic Comics (Eastern Color, 1943 series) #30 (May 1945))
[STORY] Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves / Bingo and Glum in Fairytale Land / 6 pages (from US Jingle Jangle Comics (Eastern Color, 1942 series) #15 (June 1945))
[STORY] ["Let us begin our spelling lesson!"] / Hortense the Lovable Brat / 6 pages (from US Jingle Jangle Comics (Eastern Color, 1942 series) #15 (June 1945))
[STORY] ["Side tracked from an art career by his mother's illness..."] / The Kid From Brooklyn / 6 pages (from US Heroic Comics (Eastern Color, 1943 series) #31 (July 1945))
[STORY] King Arthur / Bingo and Glum in Fairytale Land / 6 pages (from US Jingle Jangle Comics (Eastern Color, 1942 series) #16 (August 1945))
[STORY] Alice in Wonderland / Hortense the Lovable Brat / 6 pages (from US Jingle Jangle Comics (Eastern Color, 1942 series) #16 (August 1945))
[STORY] ["In order to give his mother a much-needed rest in the country..."] / Kid from Brooklyn / 6 pages (from US Heroic Comics (Eastern Color, 1943 series) #32 (September 1945))
[STORY] ["Hickory dickory dock!"] / Bingo and Glum in Fairytale Land / 6 pages (from US Jingle Jangle Comics (Eastern Color, 1942 series) #17 (October 1945))
[STORY] ["Young Hal Avery wanted to be an artist - but his right arm was more adept... "] / The Kid From Brooklyn / 6 pages (from US Heroic Comics (Eastern Color, 1943 series) #33 (November 1945))
[STORY] ["Red Tyler, unscrupulous fight manager..."] / Kid from Brooklyn / 6 pages (from US Heroic Comics (Eastern Color, 1943 series) #34 (January 1946))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Bingo and Glum in Fairytale Land; Hortense the Lovable Brat / 1 page (from US Jingle Jangle Comics (Eastern Color, 1942 series) #19 (February 1946))
[STORY] ["Ah!! Thees must be za box-fighting villa!"] / The Kid From Brooklyn / 6 pages (from US Heroic Comics (Eastern Color, 1943 series) #35 (March 1946))
[STORY] ["Nuts! Nuts! -- Millions of nuts!"] / Nutsy Squirrel / 6 pages (from US Funny Folks (DC, 1946 series) #1 (April-May 1946))
[STORY] ["I'll get him! I'll get him!"] / Nutsy Squirrel / 6 pages (from US Funny Folks (DC, 1946 series) #2 (June-July 1946))
[STORY] ["Oops! Sorry!"] / Nutsy Squirrel / 6 pages (from US Funny Folks (DC, 1946 series) #3 (August-September 1946))
[STORY] ["'Lo, Nutsy -- What cha doin' with that no-good umbrella?"] / Nutsy Squirrel / 6 pages (from US Funny Folks (DC, 1946 series) #4 (October-November 1946))
[STORY] ["Hello, feller!"] / Nutsy Squirrel / 6 pages (from US Funny Folks (DC, 1946 series) #5 (December 1946-January 1947))
[STORY] ["Golly! Am I lucky! I found this nice old calendar..."] / Nutsy Squirrel / 6 pages (from US Funny Folks (DC, 1946 series) #6 (February-March 1947))
[STORY] ["Food! Food! I gotta get some nourishment..."] / The Dodo and the Frog / 6 pages (from US Funny Stuff (DC, 1944 series) #18 (February 1947))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / The Dodo and the Frog / 1 page (from US Funny Stuff (DC, 1944 series) #19 (March 1947))
[STORY] ["Ah! I love ta listen to da radio!"] / The Dodo and the Frog / 6 pages (from US Funny Stuff (DC, 1944 series) #19 (March 1947))
[STORY] [">Sniff< Dat reminds me I'm gettin' hungry again!"] / The Dodo and the Frog / 6 pages (from US Funny Stuff (DC, 1944 series) #19 (March 1947))
[STORY] ["Whee-ee! Yippee-ee!"] / Nutsy Squirrel / 6 pages (from US Funny Folks (DC, 1946 series) #7 (April-May 1947))
[STORY] ["Dear! Dear! This is a most perplexing world!"] / The Dodo and the Frog / 6 pages (from US Funny Stuff (DC, 1944 series) #20 (April 1947))
[STORY] ["Is this the residence of J. Fenimore Frog?"] / The Dodo and the Frog / 6 pages (from US Funny Stuff (DC, 1944 series) #20 (April 1947))
[STORY] ["Waddaya cryin' about, Dodo?"] / The Dodo and the Frog / 8 pages (from US Funny Stuff (DC, 1944 series) #21 (May 1947))
[STORY] ["Whaddaya t'ink yer doin', Dodo?"] / The Dodo and the Frog / 4 pages (from US Funny Stuff (DC, 1944 series) #21 (May 1947))
[STORY] ["Oh, boy! What a swell picture frame!"] / Nutsy Squirrel / 6 pages (from US Funny Folks (DC, 1946 series) #8 (June-July 1947))
[STORY] ["Tsk! Tsk! What valuable stuff people throw away!"] / Nutsy Squirrel / 6 pages (from US Funny Folks (DC, 1946 series) #8 (June-July 1947))
[STORY] ["Behold, Dodo! Ya see in dat pile of wood..."] / The Dodo and the Frog / 6 pages (from US Funny Stuff (DC, 1944 series) #22 (June 1947))
[STORY] ["Oh, me! Oh, my!! I have so many troubles!"] / The Dodo and the Frog / 8 pages (from US Funny Stuff (DC, 1944 series) #32 (April 1948))
[STORY] ["Tsk! Tsk! Those circus people sure take some awful chances!!"] / Nutsy Squirrel / 8 pages (from US Comic Cavalcade (DC, 1942 series) #30 (December 1948-January 1949))
[STORY] ["Goodness gracious! It's such a beautiful day..."] / Nutsy Squirrel / 9 pages (from US Funny Folks (DC, 1946 series) #19 (April-May 1949))
[STORY] ["Hiya, Professor! Hiya, Mr. Rabbit!"] / Nutsy Squirrel / 6 pages (from US Funny Folks (DC, 1946 series) #19 (April-May 1949))
[STORY] ["Oboy!! What a swell idea!! I'm going to help everybody!"] / Nutsy Squirrel / 7 pages (from US Comic Cavalcade (DC, 1942 series) #33 (June-July 1949))
[STORY] ["Hey, Nutsy! What's the idea of dressing up like a painter?"] / Nutsy Squirrel / 6 pages (from US Funny Folks (DC, 1946 series) #21 (August-September 1949))
[STORY] ["Whee! All the kids are playing!"] / Nutsy Squirrel / 6 pages (from US Funny Folks (DC, 1946 series) #21 (August-September 1949))
[STORY] ["Hmm... Let's see now... 35 plus 57 divided by 2 equals 46!!"] / Nutsy Squirrel / 6 pages (from US Funny Folks (DC, 1946 series) #24 (February-March 1950))
[STORY] ["Oh, boy! Here's a toy store! I love toy stores!"] / Nutsy Squirrel / 6 pages (from US Funny Folks (DC, 1946 series) #25 (April-May 1950))
[STORY] ["Whee! Look at this!"] / Nutsy Squirrel / 6 pages (from US Funny Folks (DC, 1946 series) #25 (April-May 1950))
[STORY] The "Popsicle" Hall of Fame / Popsicle Pete; Patrick O'Hare / 1 page (from US Sad Sack Comics (Harvey, 1949 series) #v1#6 (July 1950))
[STORY] Fenimore's Travels / The Dodo and the Frog / 9 pages (from US Comic Cavalcade (DC, 1942 series) #47 (October-November 1951))
[STORY] Treasure Island / Nutsy Squirrel / 10 pages (from US Hollywood Funny Folks (DC, 1950 series) #39 (October 1951))
[STORY] ["Whatever are you doing, Nutsy?"] / Nutsy Squirrel / 6 pages (from US Hollywood Funny Folks (DC, 1950 series) #40 (November 1951))
[STORY] ["Hiya, Professor! What are you doing?"] / Nutsy Squirrel / 6 pages (from US Hollywood Funny Folks (DC, 1950 series) #40 (November 1951))
[STORY] A Dirty Dig! / Nutsy Squirrel / 6 pages (from US Nutsy Squirrel (DC, 1954 series) #67 (September-October 1955))
[STORY] Safety in Numbers! / Nutsy Squirrel / 3.67 pages (from US Nutsy Squirrel (DC, 1954 series) #67 (September-October 1955))
[STORY] House Tricks? / Nutsy Squirrel / 4 pages (from US Nutsy Squirrel (DC, 1954 series) #67 (September-October 1955))
[STORY] Topsy Turvy! / Nutsy Squirrel / 6 pages (from US Nutsy Squirrel (DC, 1954 series) #67 (September-October 1955))
[STORY] A Nostalgic Vignette: T. S. Sullivant / 3 pages (from US Help! (Warren, 1960 series) #24 (May 1965))
[STORY] ["In 1886, a nineteen-year-old artist, portfolio in hand, was seen sneaking his way up the back stairs to the New York City offices of the young humor magazine -- Life."] / 3 pages (from US The Best of Charles Dana Gibson (Crown Publishers, 1969 series) (1969))
[STORY] ["The Pen-and-Ink Technique of Charles Dana Gibson"] / 1 page (from US The Best of Charles Dana Gibson (Crown Publishers, 1969 series) (1969))
[STORY] An Appreciation / 0.5 pages (from US The Best of Charles Dana Gibson (Crown Publishers, 1969 series) (1969))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Letters Dept. / 0.67 pages (from US Mad (EC, 1952 series) #151 (June 1972))
[STORY] ["Our reader results are in..."] / Comic Comments / 1 page (from US Nostalgia Comics (Nostalgia Press, 1970 series) #6 (1974))
[STORY] Dreamer of Beauty / 4 pages (from US Little Nemo 1905-1906 (Nostalgia Press, 1976 series) (1976))
[STORY] The Fantastic Universe of Winsor McCay: Fun and Fantasy in Dream-Land / 10 pages (from US Winsor McCay's Dream Days (Hyperion Press, 1977 series) #[nn] (1977))
[STORY] U. F. Foes / Nutsy Squirrel / 7 pages (from US The Best of DC (DC, 1979 series) #43 [Direct] (December 1983))
[STORY] Fenimore's Travels / The Dodo and the Frog / 9 pages (from US The Best of DC (DC, 1979 series) #43 [Direct] (December 1983))
[STORY] ["Whee-ee!"] / Nutsy Squirrel / 6 pages (from US The Toon Treasury of Classic Children's Comics (Harry N. Abrams, 2009 series) ([September] 2009))

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