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[STORY] ["Chow!"] / Wheezy / 5 pages (from US Comedy Comics (Marvel, 1942 series) #10 (June 1942))
[STORY] Introducing Wheezy... and His Pal Private Breezy! / Wheezy / 3 pages (from US Comedy Comics (Marvel, 1942 series) #11 (August 1942 (September 1942)))
[STORY] ["Vladivostok, distant scene of Russian and Axis intrigues..."] / Jane Martin / 6 pages (from US Wings Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #31 (March 1943))
[STORY] ["German strategists gloat over the toll of Allied..."] / Jane Martin / 6 pages (from US Wings Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #32 (April 1943))
[STORY] ["No American girl has ever run such a strange..."] / Jane Martin / 6 pages (from US Wings Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #33 (May 1943))
[STORY] ["Flying the sky trails to intrigue, on the..."] / Jane Martin / 6 pages (from US Wings Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #34 (June 1943))
[STORY] ["Treachery, mystery, and the blood-chilling whine of Stuka..."] / Jane Martin / 6 pages (from US Wings Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #35 (July 1943))
[STORY] ["Supply is the vital problem facing our far-flung..."] / Jane Martin / 6 pages (from US Wings Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #36 (August 1943))
[STORY] ["The ace of nazi spies confers with the..."] / Jane Martin / 6 pages (from US Wings Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #37 (September 1943))
[STORY] ["Jane Martin, ex-nurse and aviatrix, now working for..."] / Jane Martin / 6 pages (from US Wings Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #38 (October 1943))
[STORY] ["Jane, this is Mal Gordon. You're to fly..."] / Jane Martin / 6 pages (from US Wings Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #39 (November 1943))
[STORY] ["Here we are, Anne, at the edge of..."] / The Werewolf Hunter / 6 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #14 (December 1943))
[STORY] ["Jane Martin receives new orders from an air..."] / Jane Martin / 6 pages (from US Wings Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #40 (December 1943))
[STORY] ["Frosting, bored with monotony on Pluto, has stolen..."] / Norge Benson / 6 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #28 (January 1944))
[STORY] ["From India, Jane leads three P-40's to a..."] / Jane Martin / 6 pages (from US Wings Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #41 (January 1944))
[STORY] Priestess of the Spider Death / The Werewolf Hunter / 6 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #15 (February 1944))
[STORY] ["Dusk on the outskirts of Florence, Italy...and a..."] / Jane Martin / 6 pages (from US Wings Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #42 (February 1944))
[STORY] ["A small plane noses its way across the..."] / Jane Martin / 5 pages (from US Wings Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #43 (March 1944))
[STORY] ["Norge, Jolie, Frosting and Hatrack are waging a..."] / Norge Benson / 6 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #29 (March 1944))
[STORY] The Cats of Señor Shaitan / The Werewolf Hunter / 6 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #16 (April 1944))
[STORY] ["Somewhere in England:" "Because of your perfect Italian..."] / Jane Martin / 5 pages (from US Wings Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #44 (April 1944))
[STORY] ["At allied GHQ on the island of Gibraltar.."] / Jane Martin / 5 pages (from US Wings Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #45 (May 1944))
[STORY] ["At Pluto spaceport Norge receives his latest present..."] / Norge Benson / 5 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #30 (May 1944))
[STORY] The Soul Slaver / The Werewolf Hunter / 6 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #17 (June 1944))
[STORY] ["At an allied air base in Africa, two..."] / Jane Martin / 5 pages (from US Wings Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #46 (June 1944))
[STORY] ["In a strange foggy haze of an even stranger..."] / Norge Benson / 5 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #31 (July 1944))
[STORY] ["An air base somewhere in England:" "You must fly to..."] / Jane Martin / 5 pages (from US Wings Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #47 (July 1944))
[STORY] The Devil's Bride / The Werewolf Hunter / 6 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #18 (August 1944))
[STORY] ["Just outside Haardam. Holland, in the lee of..."] / Jane Martin / 5 pages (from US Wings Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #48 (August 1944))
[STORY] ["A world in terror...trampled by vicious hordes..."] / The Lost World / 10 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #32 (September 1944))
[STORY] ["Norge parks glumly on an ice cake outside..."] / Norge Benson / 5 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #32 (September 1944))
[STORY] ["Now, about the ship sinkings off the canal..."] / Senorita Rio / 9 pages (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #34 (October 1944))
[STORY] ["From the diary of professor Paul Broussard..."] / The Werewolf Hunter / 7 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #19 (October 1944))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / The Lost World / 1 page (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #33 (November 1944))
[STORY] ["Across the face of a world disfigured by..."] / The Lost World / 12 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #33 (November 1944))
[STORY] ["A proud and lonely heiress...a girl well-nigh crushed..."] / Senorita Rio / 10 pages (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #35 (December 1944))
[STORY] ["It was a lazy spring day in April..."] / The Werewolf Hunter / 7 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #20 (December 1944))
[STORY] ["Oh, Hunt! Come and look! Here's a picture..."] / The Lost World / 12 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #34 (January 1945))
[STORY] ["Come on, cowboy, it's carnival time in Rio! Let's swing it!"] / Senorita Rio / 10 pages (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #36 (February 1945))
[STORY] The Mistress of the Moonblood / Werewolf Hunter / 6 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #21 (February 1945))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / The Lost World / 1 page (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #35 (March 1945))
[STORY] ["Civilization on Earth died...crushed by the inhuman..."] / The Lost World / 12 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #35 (March 1945))
[STORY] Living Mermaids / The Werewolf Hunter / 5.67 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #22 (April 1945))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Senorita Rio / 1 page (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #37 (April 1945))
[STORY] ["It was two years ago that the newspaper broke..."] / Senorita Rio / 10 pages (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #37 (April 1945))
[STORY] ["Too long have Hunt Bowman and Lyssa wandered..."] / The Lost World / 12 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #36 (May 1945))
[STORY] The Singing Skulls / Senorita Rio / 10 pages (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #38 (June 1945))
[STORY] ["Paris:--The summons came from the Maison Moliere,..."] / The Werewolf Hunter / 6 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #23 (June 1945))
[STORY] ["Alone against the foul horde that wrecked their..."] / The Lost World / 10 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #37 (July 1945))
[STORY] Slave Brand of the Spider Cult / Senorita Rio / 1 page (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #39 (August 1945))
[STORY] The Case of the Guilty Clock / Senorita Rio / 10 pages (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #39 (August 1945))
[STORY] ["Prof. Broussard, Grand Hotel, Paris. No word from..."] / The Werewolf Hunter / 6 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #24 (August 1945))
[STORY] ["Led by the intrepid Hunt Bowman, five people..."] / The Lost World / 10 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #38 (September 1945))
[STORY] [" 'No, no, don't kill me-Let me go!' "] / The Werewolf Hunter / 5 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #25 (October 1945))
[STORY] Graveyard In the Sky / Senorita Rio / 1 page (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #40 (October 1945))
[STORY] [Graveyard in the Sky] / Senorita Rio / 8 pages (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #40 (October 1945))
[STORY] Death-Webs at Zenith3 / Mysta of the Moon / 1 page (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #39 (November 1945))
[STORY] ["It was Bruce whose living brain in the..."] / The Lost World / 9 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #39 (November 1945))
[STORY] ["Mr. Knapp, my visitor, was trembling as he..."] / The Werewolf Hunter / 5 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #26 (December 1945))
[STORY] ["The Nazi war is over, but the struggle..."] / Senorita Rio / 9 pages (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #41 (December 1945))
[STORY] ["They were penned into a trap! Outside waited..."] / The Lost World / 9 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #40 (January 1946))
[STORY] ["A shot rings out and another bullet-ridden body..."] / Senorita Rio / 10 pages (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #42 (February 1946))
[STORY] ["We were passing through Rockton, a tiny New..."] / The Werewolf Hunter / 5 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #27 (February 1946))
[STORY] ["There it stood, grim and brooding symbol of..."] / The Lost World / 8.6 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #41 (March 1946))
[STORY] ["In the bay of San Salo the good-will..."] / Senorita Rio / 9.67 pages (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #43 (April 1946))
[STORY] ["The pleasure of my trip to Greece was..."] / Werewolf Hunter / 5 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #28 (April 1946))
[STORY] ["Gradually the slimy things of Volta learned the..."] / The Lost World / 11 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #42 (May 1946))
[STORY] ["The game is smuggling, the stakes are high."] / Senorita Rio / 10 pages (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #44 (June 1946))
[STORY] Take Care! Take Care! / The Werewolf Hunter / 6 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #29 (June 1946))
[STORY] ["From Mercury to Neptune all the universe lays..."] / The Lost World / 10 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #43 (July 1946))
[STORY] ["There had been a weird note of anxiety and mystery in my sudden summons..."] / The Werewolf Hunter / 6 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #30 (August 1946))
[STORY] ["It is 1975, and the once beautiful city..."] / The Lost World / 10 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #44 (September 1946))
[STORY] ["The curse is on me! Come, please come."] / Werewolf Hunter / 6 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #31 (October 1946))
[STORY] ["Interplanetary videos crackling indecipherable messages! Skimming] / The Lost World / 10 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #45 (November 1946))
[STORY] Horror's Hacienda / Senorita Rio / 1 page (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #47 (December 1946))
[STORY] [Horror's Hacienda ("They were waiting at the Casino Cabana for...")] / Senorita Rio / 10 pages (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #47 (December 1946))
[STORY] [" 'Most secret! Most urgent! Please come!' So read..."] / Werewolf Hunter / 6 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #32 (December 1946))
[STORY] ["For many months Hunt Bowman and Lyssa had..."] / The Lost World / 10 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #46 (January 1947))
[STORY] ["Who was the pale goddess the natives called..."] / Senorita Rio / 10 pages (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #48 (February 1947))
[STORY] ["Mechanics, phooey! You'd think there were something difficult..."] / Tess' Taxi / 1 page (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #33 (February 1947))
[STORY] ["India--land of the mystic, the occult, where..."] / Werewolf Hunter / 6 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #33 (February 1947))
[STORY] ["Do dollies and stuffed dogs live..."] / Fifi on the Farm / 6 pages (from US Toyland Comics (Fiction House, 1947 series) #2 (March 1947))
[STORY] Jason Sees the Circus / 4 pages (from US Toyland Comics (Fiction House, 1947 series) #2 (March 1947))
[STORY] ["That video broadcast in which you saw two..."] / The Lost World / 10 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #47 (March 1947))
[STORY] ["The clipped message had been urgent: Snap over..."] / Senorita Rio / 9 pages (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #49 (April 1947))
[STORY] ["It was with deep regret that I heard of the death of Jonathan Sorley,..."] / Werewolf Hunter / 6 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #34 (April 1947))
[STORY] ["Earth, once proud symbol of highest civilization of..."] / The Lost World / 10 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #48 (May 1947))
[STORY] ["Gone was the festive air, the laughter and..."] / Senorita Rio / 10 pages (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #50 (June 1947))
[STORY] ["This is the story of an evil being whose unholy secret was horror incarnate!"] / Werewolf Hunter / 6 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #35 (June 1947))
[STORY] ["Pop your eyes wide open..."] / Fifi on the Farm / 6 pages (from US Toyland Comics (Fiction House, 1947 series) #3 (July 1947))
[STORY] ["It was a fiendish devil-kingdom from the outer void..."] / The Lost World / 10 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #49 (July 1947))
[STORY] ["From behind the mystery-mask of espionage came clipped..."] / Senorita Rio / 8 pages (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #51 (August 1947))
[STORY] ["An accepted theory of reincarnation is that a..."] / Werewolf Hunter / 6 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #36 (August 1947))
[STORY] ["The Far East - Bagdad - a land of occult mystery..."] / Werewolf Hunter / 6 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #37 (October 1947))
[STORY] ["Within each of us, the forces of reason..."] / Werewolf Hunter / 6 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #38 (December 1947))
[STORY] So Near and Yet Safari! / Abbott and Costello / 24 pages (from US Abbott and Costello Comics (St. John, 1948 series) #2 (April 1948))
[STORY] ["The chair creaked and candles flickered as Aunt..."] / The Werewolf Hunter / 6 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #40 (April 1948))
[STORY] About Space / Abbott and Costello / 24 pages (from US Abbott and Costello Comics (St. John, 1948 series) #3 (July 1948))
[STORY] They're Off - and How! / Abbott and Costello / 6 pages (from US Abbott and Costello Comics (St. John, 1948 series) #3 (July 1948))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Abbott and Costello / 1 page (from US Abbott and Costello Comics (St. John, 1948 series) #4 (August 1948))

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