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  • Issue #7
    More Fun Comics (1935) 7

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  • Issue #8
    More Fun Comics (1935) 8

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  • Issue #9
    More Fun Comics (1935) 9

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    Cover by Vince Sullivan. "The Gavonian Affair: Part 9," script and art by W. C. Brigham; Sandra is forced to masquerade as the Princess Yolanda by Count Tauru, but she doesn't fool Count De Wex. "The Holdup: Part 1," script and art by Tom Cooper; A suspicious figure knocks out the station agent and forces Jake to send a message that will wreck the Express! "Prince of Patrania: Part 9," script and art by Vince Sullivan; Pincus sneaks around the ship and tries to figure out why Spike has been kidnapped. "In the Wake of the Wander, Part 7," script and art by Tom Cooper; Grim meets a stranger on the island, but the stranger is soon captured by the natives. "Fang Gow of China, Part 09" script and art by Leo O'Mealia; Barry and Le Grand attempt to escape from Fang Gow's yacht. "The Land of the Midgets of Zetruria," script by Ken Fitch, art by Clem Gretter; Don and Betty do battle with Krenon, captain of the Midget Queen's guards. "Escaped Ape," script and art by Stan Randall; Slim Pickins tries to shake off an ape who's trying to make a monkey of him. "Mountain Lion," script and art by Tom Cooper; Buckskin Jim fights off a mountain lion and rescues a boy from the canyon river. "The Mystery Plane: Part 5," script by Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson, art by Leo O'Mealia; Bob and a man impersonating Jake are about to leave for Alaska, while the real Jake escapes from his captors. "Captain Kiddlaw, Part 9," script by Ken Fitch, art by Clem Gretter; Kiddlaw leaves Rex and Axel for dead; They follow an underground river looking for a way out. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    More Fun Comics (1935) 10
    Published May 1936 by DC.

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    Cover by Vince Sullivan. New Comics #5 ad. "The Gavonian Affair: Part 10," script and art by W. C. Brigham; A silent watcher secretly protects Sandra of the Secret Service. "Prince of Patrania: Part 10," script and art by Vincent Sullivan; Pincus, a stowaway aboard the ship where Spike is held, is captured himself. "Damsel In Distress: Part 7," script by Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson, art by W. C. Brigham; Jack Woods rescues Dolores and her father from Pancho Villa. "Queen Zira of Zeturia," script by Ken Fitch, art by Creig Flessel; Krenon leads a revolt against Queen Zira. "The Wounded Indian," script and art by Tom Cooper; With Jim lost, Pierre kidnaps Mary. "Captain Kiddlaw: Part 10," script by Ken Fitch, art by Clem Gretter; Axel and Rex are lost in an underground cavern where they find a strange civilization. "Dewey and the Pirates: Part 7," script and art by Tom Cooper; Dewey attempts to rescue the captain. "The Metheuselah Murders" starring Doctor Occult, script by Jerry Siegel (as Leger), art by Joe Shuster; A madman believes he can transfer others longevity to himself by killing them. "The Underground Kingdom," script and art by A. Leslie Ross; Brad, Lorraine, and Prince Kardos escape from the Ape Men. "In the Wake of the Wander: Part 8," script by Tom Cooper, art by Tom Cooper (as MacFergus); Grim is captured and brought before the natives. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    More Fun Comics (1935) 11
    Published Jul 1936 by DC.

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    Cover by Vince Sullivan. "The Gavonian Affair: Part 11," script and art by W. C. Brigham; Sandra and Count De Wex try to escape from Tauru's forces. "Prince of Patrania: Part 11," script and art by Vincent Sullivan; Pincus the sailor is thrown overboard. "Island Adventure: Part 1," script and art by Russell Alger Cole; Woozy gets marooned on an island. "Damsel In Distress: Part 8," script by Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson, art by W. C. Brigham; Jack battles Pancho Villa on the edge of a precipice. "A Chance For Life," script by Ken Fitch, art by Clem Gretter; Don is offered his freedom if he can defeat the new monster. "Fang Gow of China: Part 11," script and art by Leo O'Mealia; Barry ONeill reveals a plot to blow up Paris. "The Bedouin Adventure: Part 10," script and art by Tom Hickey; Ali Ben Saad attacks the camp of the Arab who saved Wing Brady. "The Werewolf: Part 1," script by Jerry Siegel (as Leger), art by Joe Shuster (as Reuths); Doctor Occult and a young girl are attacked by a werewolf. "The Half-Breed: Part 1," script and art by Tom Cooper; Buckskin Jim hunts down Pierre for kidnapping Mary. "The Bank Robbers: Part 3," script and art by Whitney Ellsworth; Linda frees herself from the bank robbers and turns one of them over to the police. "The Purple Tiger: Part 1," script by Jerry Siegel, art by Joe Shuster; The Purple Tiger's gang kidnap Doris Bailey, the Police Commisioner's daughter. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #12
    More Fun Comics (1935) 12
    Published Aug 1936 by DC.

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    Cover by Vince Sullivan. "The Gavonian Affair, Part 12," script and art by W. C. Brigham; The Princess is restored and Tauru is captured, or is it Sandra of the Secret Service on the throne? "Prince of Patrania, Part 12," script and art by Vin Sullivan; A sailor befriends Pincus and hides him from Spike Spaldings captors. "Damsel in Distress, Part 9," script by Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson, art by W. C. Brigham; Villa ties Jack Woods to his horse and attempts to drag him to death. "Battle with the Monster," starring Don Drake on the Planet Saro, script by Ken Fitch, art by Clem Gretter; Don battles a giant monster. "Fang Gow of China, Part 12," script and art by Leo O'Mealia; Dynamite in the sewers of Paris!; Barry ONeill finally comes face to face with Fang Gow! "The Man from the Fireball," script and art by Tom Hickey; Brad Hardy and Kardos meet the High Priestess of the Gray People who has been exiled because of Lorraine. "The Holdup, Part 4," script and art by Tom Cooper; Jake and Ed are fired for failing to stop the robbery. "The Ceremony," script by Ken Fitch, art by Clem Gretter; Rex agrees to marry the queen but changes his mind at the last minute. "The Purple Tiger, Part 2," script by Jerry Siegel, art by Joe Shuster; Bailey's daughter Doris is captured by the Purple Tiger. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #13
    More Fun Comics (1935) 13
    Published Sep 1936 by DC.

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    Issue 1 Vol. 2 changes to Issue 13. Cover by Vince Sullivan. "The Gavonian Affair, Part 13," script and art by W. C. Brigham; Sandra of the Secret Service and the Princess are united, and the Princess is restored to her throne. "Prince of Patrania, Part 13," script and art by Vincent Sullivan; Pincus' new sailor friend hopes to sneak Spike Spalding into a lifeboat and escape from the ship. "Damsel In Distress, Part 10," script by Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson, art by W. C. Brigham; Dolores frees Jack Woods, only for him to be caught again. The Flagon and the Dragon featuring Don Drake on the Planet Saro, script and art by Ken Fitch; Don defeats the monster, but a deadly gas envelops the city. "Fang Gow of China, Part 13," script and art by Leo O'Mealia; Having captured Barry and LeGrand, Fang Gow demands Barry throw the switch that will destroy Paris! "The Half-Breed, Part 3," script and art by Tom Cooper; Marty's wagon is washed down the canyon; Jim and Dan Buckskin try to rescue her but Pierre interferes. "Batter Up!, Part 2," script and art by Creig Flessel; Pep Morgan scores a run with his eyes closed. "The Holdup, Part 5," starring Slick Carter, script and art by Tom Cooper; Jake and Ed team up with a federal investigator to try to solve the robbery and get their jobs back. "The Mystery Plane, Part 9," script by Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson, art by Leo O'Mealia; Red and Shorty fly up to Alaska but experience plane trouble due to sabotage. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #14
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    Published Oct 1936 by DC.

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    Issue 2 Vol. 2 changes to Issue 14 Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #15
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    Published Nov 1936 by DC.

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    Issue 3 Vol. 2 changes to Issue 15 Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #16
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    Published Dec 1936 by DC.

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  • Issue #17
    More Fun Comics (1935) 17
    Published Jan 1937 by DC.

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  • Issue #18
    More Fun Comics (1935) 18
    Published Feb 1937 by DC.

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  • Issue #19
    More Fun Comics (1935) 19
    Published Mar 1937 by DC.

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    Cover by Vince Sullivan. "Resbian Revenge, Part 1," script and art by W. C. Brigham; On the ship back to America, Sandra and a young man are attacked and thrown overboard. "Prince of Patrania, Part 17," script and art by Vincent Sullivan; Count Alex decides to kidnap the King. "The Life Ray, Part 2," script by Jerry Siegel (as Leger), art by Joe Shuster (as Reuths); Doctor Occult encounters a dead body in a restaurant. "The Smugglers, Part 1," script and art by Tom Hickey; Wing is ordered to escort Lynn to Tunis to meet her father. "Fang Gow of China, Part 19," script and art by Leo O'Mealia; Dr. Bonfils is forced to operate to save Fang Gow's life. "In the Great Grey Forest," script and art by Tom Hickey; Brad Hardy rescues Kardos from a snake. "The Holdup, Part 11," script and art by Tom Cooper; Dawkins and Slick Carter escape on a tramp steamer. "People of the Red Planet, Part 5," script and art by Tom Hickey; King Sarno wants to convert Gail Hillary into one of the Red People. "Alaskan Adventure, Part 5," script by Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson, art by Leo O'Mealia; Saunders escapes from Monk Morton only to be captured by a group of Asians. "The Dan Bowers Case' Part 3," script by Jerry Siegel, art by Joe Shuster; Amos Twist calls Jimmy Trent to testify for the defense! 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #20
    More Fun Comics (1935) 20
    Published May 1937 by DC.

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    Cover by Vince Sullivan. "The Brain' Part 1," script and art by W. C. Brigham; Thrown overboard, Sandra and Michael are rescued by the submarine that sank their ship. "The Kidnapping of Spike, Part 1," script and art by Vincent Sullivan; Count Alex and Rupo kidnap the king. "The Ray of Life, Part 3," script by Jerry Siegel (as Leger), art by Joe Shuster (as Reuths); The ambulance crashes and the corpse Occult was guarding disappears. "The Secret Mine, Part 3," script by Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson, art by W. C. Brigham; Jack infiltrates Stanton's gang and finds out he needs the Widow Harkin's ranch because the entrance to a gold mine is there. "Girls' Dorm," script and art by Creig Flessel; Pep Morgan accidentally kicks a soccer ball into the shower room at the girls' dorm. "Fang Gow of China, Part 20," script and art by Leo O'Mealia; Jean Legrand saves Barry O'Neills life by killing his attacker. "In the Wilderness, Part 8," script and art by Creig Flessel; Tom and Jack Bradley decide to stay with Harry in the woods because he's running from the police. "Alaskan Adventure, Part 6," script by Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson, art by Leo O'Mealia; Bob Merritt is also captured by the mysterious Asians. "The Infernal Machine," script and art by Alexy Lovy; Lieutenant Leeds saves a ship from a bomb by flying it away in a plane. "The Dan Bowers Case, Part 4," script by Jerry Siegel, art by Joe Shuster; Under pressure from Bowers, the chief transfers Sandy to a new assignment. Ad for Detective Comics #3. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #21
    More Fun Comics (1935) 21
    Published Jun 1937 by DC.
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    • Conserved: A1
    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Slab: New, unblemished
    • Conservation includes: piece re-attached, spine split sealed, staples cleaned.
    • Label #0100327004

    Cover by Vince Sullivan. Ad for New Adventure Comics #16. "The Brain, Part 2," script and art by Will Ely (as Will Georgi); The Brain is revealed to be the power behind Captain Snegg. "The Kidnaping of Spike, Part 2," script and art by Vincent Sullivan; Patrania is flooded with rumors that the King has fled, and war with Provokia looms. "The Smugglers, Part 3," script and art by Tom Hickey; Wing escapes from his captors, sets their ship on fire, and escapes underwater, but is late for dinner. "Fang Gow of China, Part 21," script and art by Leo O'Mealia; Barry O'Neil, Jean, and LeGrand attempt to escape, but only Jean is in the plane when it takes off. "In the Wilderness, Part 9," script and art by Creig Flessel; The Bradley Boys are attacked by a grizzly bear. "Alaskan Adventure, Part 7," script by Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson, art by Leo O'Mealia; Bob Merritt is captured by the Asians; The gangsters wait to attack until they know where the gold is. "The Underwater City," script and art by Tom Hickey; Brad Hardy and Prince Kardos discover an underwater city where they can breathe like they were on land. "The Secret Mine, Part 4," script by Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson, art by Will Ely (as Will Georgi); Jack Woods and Fagin are trapped by a mine cave-in. "The Dan Bowers Case, Part 5," script by Jerry Siegel, art by Joe Shuster; Sandy goes seemingly berserk and arrests every connected hoodlum in town, daring the authorities to let them out again. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #22
    More Fun Comics (1935) 22
    Published Jul 1937 by DC.

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  • Issue #23
    More Fun Comics (1935) 23
    Published Aug 1937 by DC.

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  • Issue #24
    More Fun Comics (1935) 24
    Published Sep 1937 by DC.

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  • Issue #25
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    Published Oct 1937 by DC.

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    Cover by Vince Sullivan. "The Brain, Part 6," script and art by Will Ely; Sandra of the Secret Serviceand Michael are rescued by marines. "The Shrinking Doom," starring Doctor Occult, script and art by Jerry Siegel; Richard Manners is shrunken to doll size by an embittered scientist. "The Smugglers, Part 7," script and art by Tom Hickey; With Morros's help, Wing Brady captures Abdul-Crim. "Fang Gow of China," script and art by Leo O'Mealia; Fang Gow is ready to cut off Jean's Finger when Barry pulls the trigger. "People of the Red Planet, Part 11," script and art by Tom Hickey; Mark Marson rescues Prof. Hillary and blows up the Red People's stronghold. "At the County Fair, Part 3," script and art by Creig Flessel; The Bradley Boys fight over Nita, but she has other plans. "Alaskan Adventure, Part 11," script by Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson, art by Leo O'Mealia; Bob Merritt escapes from the Asiatics but Dicky is underground trying to stop Monk Morton's planted bombs from going off. "The Marijuana Racket, Part 1," script and art by Will Ely; Marijuana victims murder people to support their habit. "Linda and the Lumberjacks, Part 2," script and art by Whitney Ellsworth; The men of the lumber camp petition tp allow Linda to stay. "The Booze Trucker," starring the Radio Squad, script by Jerry Siegel, art by Joe Shuster; Sandy and Larry pull over a truck that's acting suspiciously. Lone Ranger ad. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #26
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    Published Nov 1937 by DC.

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  • Issue #27
    More Fun Comics (1935) 27
    Published Dec 1937 by DC.

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    Cover by Vince Sullivan. "The Gas Murders, Part 2," art by Will Ely; Sandra of the Secret Service and Ames track down Martin's killer. "The Snake Worshippers," script by Jerry Siegel (as Leger), art by Joe Shuster (as Reuths); Dr. Occult and Ellsworth battle a cult of snake worshippers. "Prince of Patrania, Part 27," script and art by Vin Sullivan; With the King back on his throne, Spike prepares to return to America, but the Sailor decides he likes Patrania (and Margie) fine. "Fang Gow of China, Part 27," art by Leo O'Mealia; After Ling Foo frees him, Barry ONeill attempts to rescue Jean Le Grand from Fang Gow's clutches. "The Murder of Lord Greystone, Part 1," starring Mark Marson of the Interplanetary Police, art by Tom Hickey; Just as Mark is going on leave, Lord Greystone, a friend of Professor Hillary is murdered. "Alaskan Adventure, Part 12," script by Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson, art by Leo O'Mealia; Bob's men, Monk's men and the Asiatics vie for control of the gold mine, with bombs and airplanes. "Captain Toth's Birthday," script by Jerry Siegel starring the Radio Squad, art by Joe Shuster; Sandy captures Heels Norton as a birthday present for the Captain. "Yucca Terror," starring Jack Wyatt, art by Homer Fleming. "The Black Riders," script by Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson, art by Will Ely; Jack Woods finds an unconscious rancher who's been beaten up by a gang of masked outlaws. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #28
    More Fun Comics (1935) 28
    Published Jan 1938 by DC.

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    Cover by Vince Sullivan. "Sandra's Vacation, Part 1," art by Will Ely; Sandra of the Secret Service goes on a cruise and is surprised when Michael turns up on the same ship. "Vampire Venom," starring Dr. Occult, script by Jerry Siegel (as Leger), art by Joe Shuster (as Reuths). "The Homecoming," script and art by Vin Sullivan; The adventure over Spike Spalding is on his way home, but the Sailor has decided to stay behind. "Alaskan Adventure, Part 13," script by Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson, art by Leo O'Mealia; Bob Merritt Rescues Dicky and then races for his rocket plane. "At The Circus," starring Radio Squad, script by Jerry Siegel, art by Joe Shuster. "Heavyweight Bout," starring Wing Brady, art by Tom Hickey. "The Marijuana Racket, Part 2," art by Will Ely; Johnnie goes after a marijuana peddler, gets caught, and is almost dumped in the river. "The Lynching, Part 1," art by Will Ely; Jack Woods attempts to save an innocent man from being lynched. "Fang Gow of China, Part 28," script and art by Leo O'Mealia; Barry O'Neill rescues Jean from Fang Gow's clutches, but is unable to escape himself. "Boris the Lion, Part 1," script and art by Ed Cronin; Marty gets on the bad side of Pete Marko; Then agrees to box wrestler Boris the Lion. "Boris the Lion, Part 2," script and art by Ed Cronin; Marko tries to fix the match to get revenge on McCann. But then somebody shoots Boris. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #29
    More Fun Comics (1935) 29
    Published Feb 1938 by DC.

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    Cover by Vince Sullivan. "Sandra's Vacation, Part 2," art by Will Ely; While on a vacation cruise Sandra of the Secret Service and Michael stumble across a jewel robbery, which might be an inside job. "The Spectral Killer," script by Jerry Siegel (as Leger), art by Joe Shuster (as Reuths); Ed Murphy is electrocuted for his crimes but vows to come back from the grave. "The Murder of Lord Greystone," art by Tom Hickey; Mark Marson begins his investigation with the Zoo Employees. "Henry the Third, Lord Pembroke and Earl Hubert de Burgh," art by Homer Fleming; Bobby and Binks witness the coronation of Henry III in the Magic Crystal. "Fang Gow of China, Part 29," script and art by Leo O'Mealia; Barry O'Neill and Jean are free but Fang Gow still holds Dr. Bonfils. "A Helping Hand," starring Blister, art by Harold Sherman. "Alaskan Adventure, Part 14," script by Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson, art by Leo O'Mealia; Bob Merritt takes on the oriental planes and Monk Mortons gangster fleet simultaneously, single-handedly. "The Rapids," art by Creig Flessel; Attempting to escape from the Sheriff the Bradley Boys accidentally fall in the river and are in danger of drowning in the rapids. "Reckless Driver," script by Jerry Siegel, art by Joe Shuster; Sandy Kean arrests the Chief's son for hit and run. "Mystery Girl," art by Tom Hickey; Wing Brady rescues an American girl from a slave trader. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #30
    More Fun Comics (1935) 30
    Published Apr 1938 by DC.

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    Cover by Creig Flessel. "Sandra's Vacation, Part 3," starring Sandra of the Secret Service, art by Will Ely; The Baron turns out to be behind the jewel theft. "Madame Zora," script by Jerry Siegel (as Leger), art by Joe Shuster (as Reuths); Doctor Occult investigates a spiritualist who turns out to really be possessed by evil. "Last Chance Gulch," art by Will Ely; Jack Woods is set upon by snipers. "The Long Journey Draws to a Conclusion," art by Tom Hickey; Brad Hardy and Kardos sneak into the General's bedroom. Untitled story featuring the Hooves of the Tartar Horde, script by Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson, art by Alexander Nikitin; The forces of Genghis Kahn capture the city of Otrar in Persia; continued in Warrior #1 pub by Blackerby in 1945. "Mystery Girl, Part 2," art by Tom Hickey; Wing Brady forestalls one murder only to be confronted with another. Untitled story, script and art by Creig Flessel; Buzz Brown gets thrown overboard after trying to stowaway to China and is picked up by Sandy; Then there's a hurricane. "Ramsey Jewelry Company," starring Radio Squad, script by Jerry Siegel, art by Joe Shuster; Sandy's radio car is sabotaged. "Alaskan Adventure, Part 15," script by Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson, art by Leo O'Mealia; Bob Merritt gets shot. "The Dechoff Diamond," art by Alex Lovy; Hope Hazzard inherits Fenton Manor and immediately gets involved in a diamond smuggling case. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #31
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    Published May 1938 by DC.

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    Cover by Creig Flessel. Superman ad. "Sandra's Vacation, Part 4," art by Will Ely; Sandra of the Secret Service tracks down the missing jewels and captures the criminal. "Doctor Occult vs. the Master of Corpses," script by Jerry Siegel (as Leger), art by Joe Shuster (as Reuths); Daro employs zombies in his mine, but he's really planning to rule the world. "Captives of the Notorious Captain Scudd," art by Creig Flessel; Buzz Brown and Sandy find themselves prisoners of the notorious Captain Scudd, who saved them from the squall last issue; Their only option is mutiny. "The Murder of Cyrus Judd," starring Wing Brady, art by Tom Hickey; Jill discovers the murdered man is her uncle Cyrus, who had conspired with Ali Massa to sell her into slavery. "The Murder of Lord Greystone," art by Tom Hickey; Mark Marson continues to pursue the murderer of Greystone, but as this is the last episode, never finds him. "Hunchy Bambace," art by Will Ely; Hunchy is behind the murder of a shopkeeper, but Johnnie can't hold him because he has a fake alibi. "The Curse of Foo Ti Lai, Part 1," art by Ed Winiarksi; A speaker is murdered at the Cosmopolitan Museum and Red tracks the killers, only to be captured and thrown off a bridge. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #32
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    Published Jun 1938 by DC.

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    Cover by Vince Sullivan. Ad for Action Comics #1 featuring the first appearance of Superman. Untitled Sandra of the Secret Service story, art by Will Ely; Sandra witnesses a kidnapping outside her hotel window and gives chase. Untitled Doctor Occult story, script by Jerry Siegel, art by Joe Shuster; Dr. Occult has a new invention that lets him locate crime by tracking malignant thought waves; They can also teleport and turn invisible. "The Booth Mansion, Part 1," script and art by Stan Aschmeier; Marg'ry's father leaves her with Professor Booth when he goes to Europe, not realizing Booth plans to kidnap her and hold her for ransom. "The New Guinea Cannibals," starring Cap'n Jerry, art by R. A. Burley. 2-page Ginger Snap story, script and art by Bob Kane. Untitled Wing Brady story, art by Tom Hickey. "Sandy Kean Wanted for Murder," script by Jerry Siegel, art by Joe Shuster; Sandy Kean vs. Blackie Turner. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #33
    More Fun Comics (1935) 33
    Published Jul 1938 by DC.

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    Cover by Vince Sullivan. "Two Mysterious Kidnappers," art by Will Ely; Sandra of the Secret Service follows two mysterious kidnappers and an unknown man into the swamps of Florida. "Man of Action," script by Jerry Siegel, art by Joe Shuster; Sandy Kean and Jimmy search for an escaped embezzler only to discover him at their rooming house. "Obeying Orders," starring Buccaneer, script and art by Bernard Baily; Dennis promises Anita to obey orders but Captain Slighe starts drinking and attacks her. "A Devil's Paradise," art by Jim Chambers; In the small town of Santos, Jack Woods looks for help tracking the cattle rustlers. "Cap'n Jerry Meets Cap'n Slegg," art by R. A. Burley; On a Pacific Island Jerry meets another Captain who is abusive to the natives. 2-page Ginger Snap story, script and art by Bob Kane. "The Booth Mansion, Part 2," art by Stan Aschmeier; After Marg'ry learns of the Professor's plan to kidnap her, he decides he has to dispose of her after getting the ransom. Untitled Wing Brady story, art by Tom Hickey. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #34
    More Fun Comics (1935) 34
    Published Aug 1938 by DC.

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    Cover by Vince Sullivan. "The Stolen Radio Car," script by Jerry Siegel, art by Joe Shuster; Sandy and Larry steal Dugan's radio car as a joke, but when they go back to get it, there's a dead body in it. "Dahnjer," starring Buccaneer, script and art by Bernard Baily; Now the Captain of the Serpent, Dennis puts into the port of Dahnjer to meet Captain Klaugh. "The Shipwrecked Gamblers," starring Cap'n Jerry, art by R. A. Burley. Untitled Red Logan story, art by Ed Winiarski; Gumbardo buys the jury and gets off Scott free. Untitled Three Musketeers story (episode 23), script and art by Sven Elven. Untitled Jack Woods story, art by Jim Chambers. "Paid In Full," starring Wing Brady, art by Tom Hickey. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #35
    More Fun Comics (1935) 35
    Published Sep 1938 by DC.

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    Cover by Creig Flessel. "The Lovers' Lane Caper," script by Jerry Siegel, art by Joe Shuster; The Chief makes Larry dress up as a girl to catch robbers up at Lovers' Lane. Untitled Bloodhound Brown story, script and art by Russell Cole (as Alger). "The Slaver," art by Bernard Baily; Dennis Stone refuses to ship on a slaver. "The Tiger's Claw," art by Will Ely; Johnnie secures a job at a munitions plant to track down a murderer and uncovers a smuggling ring. "The Boronia Adventure, Part 1," script and art by Ed Winiarski; Newspaper reporter Red Logan gets assigned to the foreign office and is off to Boronia; Onboard ship he meets the Boronian ambassador who is thrown overboard by his enemies. 2-page Ginger Snap story, script and art by Bob Kane. "Murderer on Board," script and art by Joe Donohoe; While in flight to San Francisco, Carey confronts an escaped murderer. "Fighting Back Against the Rustlers," art by Jim Chambers; Jack Woods organizes a posse to go after the stolen cattle. "In the Hands of Kidnappers," art by Stan Aschmeier; The newspaper offers a reward for Marg'ry Daws rescue from the kidnappers. "Paid In Full, Part II" starring Wing Brady, art by Tom Hickey. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #36
    More Fun Comics (1935) 36
    Published Oct 1938 by DC.

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  • Issue #37
    More Fun Comics (1935) 37
    Published Nov 1938 by DC.

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    Cover by Creig Flessel. Superman ad. "The Night Raiders," starring the Masked Ranger, script and art by Jim Chambers; Marge and Sally are highly suspicious of Uncle Grant's motives. He seems more interested in the map than in them. "San Columbo," script and art by Bob Jenney; San Colombo recruits Hawkes to command its air force. "Neglecting to Salute," art by Tom Hickey; Wing Brady spends days baiting Van Blarcom trying to make him crack. "Boat Chase," script and art by Will Ely; Johnnie pursues the Tigers Claw gang. "The Dictator was Murdered!!", art by Ed Winiarski; Just as Red arrives in Boronia, the visiting dictator of Blubia is murdered. 2-page Ginger Snap story, script and art by Bob Kane. "Mystery of the Hunting Lodge," starring Detective Sergeant Carey, script and art by Joe Donohoe. "Foiling the Air Pirates," starring Rex Darrell, script and art by Terry Gilkison. Untitled Lt. Bob Neal of Sub 662 story, script by Bob Hirsch, art by Rusty Lehman. "Calling Car K - Street Fight at 278 Scovill Ave.," script by Jerry Siegel, art by Joe Shuster. Untitled Buccaneer story, script and art by Bernard Baily; Dennis Stone confronts the governor. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #38
    More Fun Comics (1935) 38
    Published Dec 1938 by DC.

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    Cover by Creig Flessel. "The Night Raiders," script and art by Jim Chambers; The Masked Ranger and the Sheriff go to the Whitcomb ranch looking for clues to the Night Raiders. Untitled Gary Hawkes story, art by Bob Jenney; Pretending to be a barnstormer, Gary Hawkes flies into Rodista's headquarters. Untitled Radio Squad story, script by Jerry Siegel, art by Joe Shuster; Sandy and Larry watch a cop movie and come out itching for action. Untitled Johnnie Law story, art by Will Ely; Johnnie and Helen take on a couple of cop killers on the way home from a date. Untitled Rex Darrell story, script and art by Terry Gilkison; Industrial saboteurs will stop at nothing to get the Carstons out of the airplane business. "Devil's Food Cake," script and art by Bob Kane; Ginger Snap wrestles with temptation. "Mob Fury," Jim Denton rescues a thief from a lynching only to arrest him and take him in for trial. "Murder In the Museum," starring Detective Sergeant Carey, script and art by Joe Donohoe. Untitled Lt. Bob Neal of Sub 662 story, script by Bob Hirsch, art by Rusty Lehman. Untitled Wing Brady story, art by Tom Hickey; Van Blarcom is demoted. Untitled Buccaneer story, script and art by Bernard Baily; The governor arrests Dennis Stone after being tipped off by Klaugh. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #39
    More Fun Comics (1935) 39
    Published Jan 1939 by DC.

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    Cover by Creig Flessel. Untitled story, script and art by Jim Chambers; The Masked Ranger rescues a young man from a lynch mob. "Bozo Brogan," art by Will Ely; Johnnie Law tracks a parolee into an abandoned sewer and discovers a diamond smuggling operation. "The Shadow of a Monster," script by Jerry Siegel, art by Joe Shuster; A mysterious creature robs houses and murders people, with tooth and claw; And to top it off, it can be in two places at once. "Crime in the Crystal," starring Detective Sergeant Carey, script and art by Joe Donohoe; Servants are killing and robbing their masters and then going mad; Is the Indian mystic Prof Phenoz behind it? Untitled story, script and art by John Wade Hampton; For his first case with the Mounted Police, O'Malley is ordered up to Hudson Bay to find the renegade half-breed Frenchy LaRue, who is wanted for murder. "Air Circus," art by Bob Jenney; Stunt pilots are getting killed right and left on a new movie, so Gary Hawkes goes undercover to investigate. Untitled Lt. Bob Neal of Sub 662 story, script by Bob Hersch, art by Rusty Lehmann; Bob is assigned to ship gold to China. "Take that Captain Stone," script and art by Bernard Baily; When Dennis Stone is injured in a duel with Captain Kalugh, Daneo kidnaps Regina, daughter of the governor to be his nurse. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #40
    More Fun Comics (1935) 40
    Published Feb 1939 by DC.

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  • Issue #41
    More Fun Comics (1935) 41
    Published Mar 1939 by DC.

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  • Issue #42
    More Fun Comics (1935) 42
    Published Apr 1939 by DC.

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  • Issue #43
    More Fun Comics (1935) 43
    Published May 1939 by DC.

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  • Issue #44
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    Published Jun 1939 by DC.

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  • Issue #45
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    Published Jul 1939 by DC.

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  • Issue #46
    More Fun Comics (1935) 46
    Published Aug 1939 by DC.

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  • Issue #47
    More Fun Comics (1935) 47
    Published Sep 1939 by DC.

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  • Issue #48
    More Fun Comics (1935) 48
    Published Oct 1939 by DC.

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  • Issue #49
    More Fun Comics (1935) 49
    Published Nov 1939 by DC.

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  • Issue #50
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    Published Dec 1939 by DC.

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