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  • Issue #1
    Comics on Parade (1938) 1

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    Stories and art by Hal Foster, Al Capp, Ernie Bushmiller, Bill Conselman, Charlie Plumb, Bernard Dibble, Fred Methot, Rudolph Dirks, Harry Lee, Winfield Meggs, Becky Sharp, Laverne Harding, Harry O'Neill, H. E. Homan, Dudley T. Fisher Jr., Robert Dickey, R. M. Brinkerhoff, J. Carver Pusey, Paul Berdanier, Frank Owen and Raeburn Van Buren. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 1 #1. Early in the transformation of comic strips to comic books, United Features Syndicate published Comics on Parade as a showcase for its most popular strips, including Tarzan, Li'l Abner and Nancy. This issue features the debut comic-strip adventures of Tarzan (by future Prince Valiant artist Hal Foster), Al Capp's Li'l Abner, and Raeburn Van Buren's Abbie and Slats. In the latter, country spinster Abbie meets her orphaned cousin Aubrey for the first time. She knows he's a city boy, but she's not prepared for the rough-and-tumble teen who calls himself "Slats." Shipwrecked on the African coast, the infant son of Lord Greystoke is raised by great apes to become Tarzan. Plus an illustrated biography of screen legend James Cagney. Terrific cover features a parade-float's worth of classic 1930s comic-strip characters, the familiar mingling with the forgotten. Danny; Abbie an' Slats; The Captain and the Kids; Tarzan of the Apes; Wayne Webster of Waverly Prep; Roads of Romance; Jest di-Jest; Cynical Susie; Broncho Bill; Looy Dot Dope; Colonel Wowser; How to Make It; For Junior Readers; Joe Jinks; Fritzi Ritz; Billy Make Believe; Mr. and Mrs. Beans; Bucky and His Pals; Little Mary Mixup; Benny; Opportunity Knox; If You Want to Know; Ella Cinders; Danny Dingle; Dub Dabs; Li'l Abner; Jasper. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Comics on Parade (1938) 2

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  • Issue #3
    Comics on Parade (1938) 3

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    Tarzan and Nancy on the cover. Interior comic strips include Abbie an' Slats, The Captain and the Kids, Tarzan, Cynical Susie, Broncho Bill, Looy Dot Dope, Colonel Wowser, Joe Jinks, Fritzi Ritz (Nancy precursor by Ernie Bushmiller), Billy Make Believe, Buster Beans, Bucky and his Pals, Little Mary Mixup, Benny, Opportunity Knox, Ella Cinders, Danny Dingle, Dub Dabs, and Li'l Abner. Gary Cooper bio. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    Comics on Parade (1938) 4

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    Stories and art by Hal Foster, Al Capp, Ernie Bushmiller, Bill Conselman, Charlie Plumb, Bernard Dibble, Fred Methot, Rudolph Dirks, Harry Lee, Winfield Meggs, Becky Sharp, Laverne Harding, Harry O'Neill, H. E. Homan, Dudley T. Fisher Jr., Robert Dickey, R. M. Brinkerhoff, J. Carver Pusey, Paul Berdanier, Frank Owen and Raeburn Van Buren. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 1 #4. Early in the transformation of comic strips to comic books, United Features Syndicate published Comics on Parade as a showcase for its most popular strips, including Tarzan, Li'l Abner and Nancy. A young Tarzan encounters other humans for the first time, and challenges ape Kerchak for leadership of his tribe, in colorized reprints of the earliest Hal Foster Tarzan strips. New arrival Slats wins over the town of Crabtree Corners when he beats Joe Pastafazoola in a boxing match, but wealthy J. Hagstone and his daughter Judy have designs on Slats. Fritzi and Nancy tour the countryside in their jalopy, in a VERY early series of strips by Bushmiller. Plus a Li'l Abner storyline by Al Capp, and an illustrated biography of screen legend Gary Cooper. Abbie an' Slats; The Captain and the Kids; Tarzan of the Apes; Wayne Webster of Waverly Prep; Roads of Romance; Jest di-Jest; Cynical Susie; Broncho Bill; Looy Dot Dope; Colonel Wowser; How to Make It; Stampin' Around; For Junior Readers; Joe Jinks; Fritzi Ritz; Billy Make Believe; Buster Beans; Bucky and His Pals; Little Mary Mixup; Benny; Opportunity Knox; Twice Told Tales; Ella Cinders; Danny Dingle; Dub Dabs; Li'l Abner. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    Comics on Parade (1938) 5

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    Stories and art by Hal Foster, Al Capp, Ernie Bushmiller, Bill Conselman, Charlie Plumb, Bernard Dibble, Fred Methot, Rudolph Dirks, Harry Lee, Winfield Meggs, Becky Sharp, Laverne Harding, Harry O'Neill, H. E. Homan, Dudley T. Fisher Jr., Robert Dickey, R. M. Brinkerhoff, J. Carver Pusey, Paul Berdanier, Frank Owen and Raeburn Van Buren. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 1 #5. Early in the transformation of comic strips to comic books, United Features Syndicate published Comics on Parade as a showcase for its most popular strips, including Tarzan, Li'l Abner and Nancy. A young Tarzan meets Jane while rescuing her from the ape Terkoz, and one of the great love stories begins, in colorized reprints of the earliest Hal Foster Tarzan strips. Li'l Abner's Aunt Bessie from the city falls for Baron Slinkovitch, from the far-off nation of Skurvia. But neither of them realizes that the Baron is flat broke and after Bessie's riches, in a Li'l Abner storyline by Al Capp. And an illustrated biography of screen legend Edward G. Robinson. Abbie an' Slats; The Captain and the Kids; Tarzan of the Apes; Wayne Webster and the Lighthouse Mystery; Roads of Romance; Jest di-Jest; Cynical Susie; Broncho Bill; Looy Dot Dope; Colonel Wowser; How to Make It; Stampin' Around; For Junior Readers; Joe Jinks; Fritzi Ritz; Billy Make Believe; Buster Beans; Bucky and His Pals; Little Mary Mixup; Benny; Opportunity Knox; Twice Told Tales; Ella Cinders; Danny Dingle; Dub Dabs; Li'l Abner. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Comics on Parade (1938) 6

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    Stories and art by Hal Foster, Al Capp, Ernie Bushmiller, Bill Conselman, Charlie Plumb, Bernard Dibble, John-Paul Frederics, Rudolph Dirks, Harry Lee, Winfield Meggs, Becky Sharp, Laverne Harding, Harry O'Neill, H. E. Homan, Dudley T. Fisher Jr., Robert Dickey, R. M. Brinkerhoff, J. Carver Pusey, Paul Berdanier, and Raeburn Van Buren. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 1 #6. Early in the transformation of comic strips to comic books, United Features Syndicate published Comics on Parade as a showcase for its most popular strips, including Tarzan, Li'l Abner and Nancy. Jane's companions search the jungle for her, unaware she has been rescued by Tarzan, in colorized reprints of the earliest Hal Foster Tarzan strips. Li'l Abner matches wits with his Aunt Bessie's suitor, the con man Baron Slinkovitch, in a Li'l Abner storyline by Al Capp. "How It Began" relates a possible story for how Mark Twain got his name. And an illustrated biography of screen legend Edward G. Robinson. Phil Fumble; Abbie an' Slats; The Captain and the Kids; Tarzan of the Apes; Wayne Webster and the Lighthouse Mystery; Roads of Romance; Jest di-Jest; Cynical Susie; Broncho Bill; Looy Dot Dope; How to Make It; Stampin' Around; For Junior Readers; Joe Jinks; Fritzi Ritz; Billy Make Believe; Buster Beans; Bucky and His Pals; Little Mary Mixup; Benny; Opportunity Knox; Twice Told Tales; Ella Cinders; Danny Dingle; Dub Dabs; Li'l Abner. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    Comics on Parade (1938) 7

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    Stories and art by Hal Foster, Al Capp, Ernie Bushmiller, Bill Conselman, Charlie Plumb, Bernard Dibble, John-Paul Frederics, Rudolph Dirks, Harry Lee, Winfield Meggs, Becky Sharp, Laverne Harding, Harry O'Neill, H. E. Homan, Dudley T. Fisher Jr., Olive Ray Scott, Edward Daniel Kuekes, R. M. Brinkerhoff, Paul Berdanier, Frank Owen and Raeburn Van Buren. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 1 #7. Early in the transformation of comic strips to comic books, United Features Syndicate published Comics on Parade as a showcase for its most popular strips, including Tarzan, Li'l Abner and Nancy. Tarzan's new friend D'Arnot teaches him civilization, while Tarzan teaches D'Arnot the ways of the jungle, in colorized reprints of the earliest Hal Foster Tarzan strips. Con man Baron Slinkovitch proposes to Li'l Abner's wealthy Aunt Bessie, and she accepts, in a Li'l Abner storyline by Al Capp. Alice follows a White Rabbit to a magical land, as a comics adaptation of Alice in Wonderland begins. And an illustrated biography of early screen legend Wallace Beery. Phil Fumble; Abbie an' Slats; The Captain and the Kids; Tarzan of the Apes; Wayne Webster, All-Star Quarterback; Roads of Romance; Jest di-Jest; Cynical Susie; Broncho Bill; Looy Dot Dope; How to Make It; Stampin' Around; For Junior Readers; Joe Jinks; Fritzi Ritz; Billy Make Believe; Alice in Wonderland; Knurl the Gnome; The Boomers; Grin and Bear It; Little Mary Mixup; Twice Told Tales; Ella Cinders; Danny Dingle; Dub Dabs; Li'l Abner. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    Comics on Parade (1938) 8

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    Stories and art by Rex Maxon, Al Capp, Ernie Bushmiller, Bill Conselman, Charlie Plumb, Bernard Dibble, John-Paul Frederics, Rudolph Dirks, Harry Lee, Winfield Meggs, Becky Sharp, Harry O'Neill, H. E. Homan, Dudley T. Fisher Jr., Olive Ray Scott, Edward Daniel Kuekes, R. M. Brinkerhoff, Paul Berdanier, George Lichty, and Raeburn Van Buren. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 1 #8. Early in the transformation of comic strips to comic books, United Features Syndicate published Comics on Parade as a showcase for its most popular strips, including Tarzan, Li'l Abner and Nancy. In Paris, Tarzan rescues a woman from ruffians, only to learn it's a trap, in an adaptation of The Return of Tarzan with art by Rex Maxon. Ma Dingle fears Dilbury is planning to end it all, but he's only practicing his "underwater banana-eating act." Alice has size trouble after entering into Wonderland. Plus a Li'l Abner storyline by Al Capp and an illustrated biography of early screen legend Wallace Beery. Abbie an' Slats; The Captain and the Kids; Tarzan of the Apes; Wayne Webster, All-Star Quarterback; Roads of Romance; Cynical Susie; Broncho Bill; Looy Dot Dope; Dynamite Dunn; How to Make It; Nancy; Billy Make Believe; Alice in Wonderland; The Boomers; The Pet's Club; Grin and Bear It; Little Mary Mixup; Twice Told Tales; Ella Cinders; Danny Dingle; The Boomers; Li'l Abner. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #9
    Comics on Parade (1938) 9
    • Centerfold detached.
    • INCOMPLETE. Centerfold and an additional wrap missing, interrupts art and story.
    • Consignment. 3% buyer's premium charged at checkout. Graded by MCS, not consignor.

    Cover by Al Capp. Stories and art by Rex Maxon, Al Capp, Ernie Bushmiller, Bill Conselman, Charlie Plumb, Bernard Dibble, Rudolph Dirks, Harry Lee, Winfield Meggs, Becky Sharp, Harry O'Neill, H. E. Homan, Dudley T. Fisher Jr., Olive Ray Scott, Edward Daniel Kuekes, R. M. Brinkerhoff, Dick Richards, Robert Dickey, George Lichty, Frank Owen and Raeburn Van Buren. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 1 #9. Early in the transformation of comic strips to comic books, United Features Syndicate published Comics on Parade as a showcase for its most popular strips, including Tarzan, Li'l Abner and Nancy. Ambushed and thrown overboard, Tarzan is believed dead by Jane, while Tarzan's civilized cousin stands to claim both Tarzan's title and Jane herself. Bathless Groggins has a gadget that will win Slats the race and Judy's hand. But Becky Groggins, in love with Slats, plans to do something desperate. In Wonderland, Alice meets the Caterpillar and tries to control her size changes. Plus a Li'l Abner storyline by Al Capp, and an illustrated biography of screen legend Clark Gable. Bucky and His Pals; Abbie an' Slats; The Captain and the Kids; Tarzan of the Apes; Wayne Webster, All-Star Quarterback; Roads to Romance; Cynical Susie; Broncho Bill; Looy Dot Dope; Dynamite Dunn; How to Make It; Nancy; Billy Make Believe; Alice in Wonderland; Knurl the Gnome; The Boomers; The Pet's Club; Grin and Bear It; Little Mary Mixup; Ella Cinders; Danny Dingle; Li'l Abner. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    Comics on Parade (1938) 10

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    Cover by Al Capp. Stories and art by Rex Maxon, Al Capp, Ernie Bushmiller, Bill Conselman, Charlie Plumb, Bernard Dibble, Rudolph Dirks, Harry Lee, Winfield Meggs, Becky Sharp, Harry O'Neill, H. E. Homan, Dudley T. Fisher Jr., Olive Ray Scott, Edward Daniel Kuekes, R. M. Brinkerhoff, Dick Richards, George Lichty, and Raeburn Van Buren. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 1 #10. Early in the transformation of comic strips to comic books, United Features Syndicate published Comics on Parade as a showcase for its most popular strips, including Tarzan, Li'l Abner and Nancy. Now chief of the Waziri tribe, Tarzan learns of the lost city of Opar, but is captured by its ape-like inhabitants, in an adaptation of The Return of Tarzan with art by Rex Maxon.Wealthy J. Hagstone hires dangerous, accident-prone racer Crash McCoyne to race against Slats in the Crabtree County Race. In Wonderland, Alice meets the Cheshire Cat, along with a strange Cook and Duchess. Plus a Li'l Abner storyline by Al Capp, and an illustrated biography of screen legend Clark Gable. Abbie an' Slats; The Captain and the Kids; Tarzan of the Apes; Wayne Webster: In the Rink; Roads of Romance; Cynical Susie; Broncho Bill; Looy Dot Dope; Dynamite Dunn; How to Make It; Stampin' Around; For Junior Readers; Nancy; Billy Make Believe; Alice in Wonderland; Knurl the Gnome; The Boomers; The Pet's Club; Grin and Bear It; Little Mary Mixup; Ella Cinders; Jest Di-Jest; Danny Dingle; Li'l Abner. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    Comics on Parade (1938) 11

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    Cover by Al Capp. Stories and art by Rex Maxon, Al Capp, Ernie Bushmiller, Bill Conselman, Charlie Plumb, Bernard Dibble, Rudolph Dirks, John Paul Frederics, Paul Berdanier, Harry Lee, Winfield Meggs, Becky Sharp, Harry O'Neill, H. E. Homan, Dudley T. Fisher Jr., Olive Ray Scott, Edward Daniel Kuekes, R. M. Brinkerhoff, Dick Richards, George Lichty, and Raeburn Van Buren. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 1 #11. Early in the transformation of comic strips to comic books, United Features Syndicate published Comics on Parade as a showcase for its most popular strips, including Tarzan, Li'l Abner and Nancy. Captured in the lost city of Opar, Tarzan meets high priestess La for the first time, as she prepares him for human sacrifice, in an adaptation of The Return of Tarzan with art by Rex Maxon. Billy Make Believe discovers that mischievous bear cub has been causing all the trouble. Pappy and Li'l Abner go looking for Marryin' Sam on Sadie Hawkins Day, in a Li'l Abner storyline by Al Capp. An illustrated biography of screen legend Katharine Hepburn. Abbie an' Slats; The Captain and the Kids; Tarzan of the Apes; Wayne Webster: In the Rink; Roads of Romance; Cynical Susie; Broncho Bill; Looy Dot Dope; Dynamite Dunn; How to Make It; Stampin' Around; For Junior Readers; Nancy; Billy Make Believe; Alice in Wonderland; Knurl the Gnome; The Boomers; The Pet's Club; Grin and Bear It; Little Mary Mixup; Ella Cinders; Danny Dingle; Li'l Abner. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #12
    Comics on Parade (1938) 12

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    Cover by Al Capp. Stories and art by Rex Maxon, Al Capp, Ernie Bushmiller, Bill Conselman, Charlie Plumb, Bernard Dibble, Rudolph Dirks, John Paul Frederics, Paul Berdanier, Harry Lee, Winfield Meggs, Becky Sharp, Harry O'Neill, H. E. Homan, Dudley T. Fisher Jr., Olive Ray Scott, Edward Daniel Kuekes, R. M. Brinkerhoff, Dick Richards, George Lichty, and Raeburn Van Buren. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 1 #12. Early in the transformation of comic strips to comic books, United Features Syndicate published Comics on Parade as a showcase for its most popular strips, including Tarzan, Li'l Abner and Nancy. Tarzan manages to escape the lost city of Opar, but now he must go back after Jane, in an adaptation of The Return of Tarzan with art by Rex Maxon. Slats and his pals help O'Kelly the cop. Looy Dot Dope is knocked unconscious while playing pool, and the next thing he knows, he's in a Flash Gordon-like fantasy world populated by beautiful women. Plus a Li'l Abner storyline by Al Capp, and an illustrated biography of screen legend Katharine Hepburn. Abbie an' Slats; The Captain and the Kids; Tarzan of the Apes; Wayne Webster: In the Rink; Roads of Romance; Cynical Susie; Broncho Bill; Looy Dot Dope; Dynamite Dunn; How to Make It; Stampin' Around; For Junior Readers; Nancy; Billy Make Believe; Alice in Wonderland; Knurl the Gnome; The Boomers; The Pet's Club; Grin and Bear It; Little Mary Mixup; Ella Cinders; Danny Dingle; Li'l Abner. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #13
    Comics on Parade (1938) 13

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    Cover by Al Capp. Stories and art by Rex Maxon, Al Capp, Ernie Bushmiller, Bill Conselman, Charlie Plumb, Bernard Dibble, Rudolph Dirks, John Paul Frederics, Paul Berdanier, Harry Lee, Winfield Meggs, Becky Sharp, Harry O'Neill, H. E. Homan, Dudley T. Fisher Jr., Olive Ray Scott, Edward Daniel Kuekes, R. M. Brinkerhoff, Dick Richards, George Lichty, and Raeburn Van Buren. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 2 #1. Early in the transformation of comic strips to comic books, United Features Syndicate published Comics on Parade as a showcase for its most popular strips, including Tarzan, Li'l Abner and Nancy. The conclusion of the adaptation of The Return of Tarzan with art by Rex Maxon is followed by The Beasts of Tarzan, the third Edgar Rice Burroughs Tarzan adventure. Forced by crooks to take part in robbing wealthy Mr. Schuyler, Slats finds a way to warn his friends. Alice meets the playing-card army and its ruler, the Queen of Hearts. Plus a Li'l Abner storyline by Al Capp, and an illustrated biography of screen legend Janet Gaynor. Abbie an' Slats; The Captain and the Kids; Tarzan of the Apes; Wayne Webster: At Bat; Roads of Romance; Cynical Susie; Broncho Bill; Looy Dot Dope; Dynamite Dunn; How to Make It; Stampin' Around; For Junior Readers; Nancy; Billy Make Believe; Alice in Wonderland; Knurl the Gnome; The Boomers; The Pet's Club; Grin and Bear It; Little Mary Mixup; Ella Cinders; Jest Di-Jest; Danny Dingle; Li'l Abner. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #14
    Comics on Parade (1938) 14

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    Cover by Raeburn Van Buren. Stories and art by Rex Maxon, R. W. Palmer, Al Capp, Ernie Bushmiller, Bill Conselman, Charlie Plumb, Bernard Dibble, Rudolph Dirks, John Paul Frederics, Paul Berdanier, Harry Lee, Winfield Meggs, Becky Sharp, Harry O'Neill, H. E. Homan, Dudley T. Fisher Jr., Olive Ray Scott, Edward Daniel Kuekes, R. M. Brinkerhoff, Dick Richards, George Lichty, and Raeburn Van Buren. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 2 #2. Early in the transformation of comic strips to comic books, United Features Syndicate published Comics on Parade as a showcase for its most popular strips, including Tarzan, Li'l Abner and Nancy. Tarzan realizes his enemy Rokoff has kidnapped his son, in the adaptation of The Beasts of Tarzan with art by Rex Maxon. Slats learns that the kindly old sailor he met on the train is the arch-enemy of Bathless Groggins, Sourpuss Boom. Alice gets roped into a croquet game with the Queen of Hearts - but the Queen never loses. Plus a Li'l Abner storyline by Al Capp, and an illustrated biography of screen legend Janet Gaynor. Abbie an' Slats; The Captain and the Kids; Tarzan of the Apes; Wayne Webster: At Bat; Roads of Romance; Cynical Susie; Broncho Bill; Looy Dot Dope; Dynamite Dunn; How to Make It; Stampin' Around; For Junior Readers; Nancy; Billy Make Believe; Alice in Wonderland; The Boomers; The Pet's Club; Grin and Bear It; Little Mary Mixup; Ella Cinders; Danny Dingle; Li'l Abner. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #15
    Comics on Parade (1938) 15
    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Label #4366438001

    Cover by Al Capp. Stories and art by Rex Maxon, R. W. Palmer, Al Capp, Ernie Bushmiller, Bill Conselman, Charlie Plumb, Bernard Dibble, Rudolph Dirks, John Paul Frederics, Paul Berdanier, Harry Lee, Winfield Meggs, Becky Sharp, Harry O'Neill, H. E. Homan, Dudley T. Fisher Jr., Olive Ray Scott, Edward Daniel Kuekes, R. M. Brinkerhoff, Dick Richards, George Lichty, and Raeburn Van Buren. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 2 #3. Early in the transformation of comic strips to comic books, United Features Syndicate published Comics on Parade as a showcase for its most popular strips, including Tarzan, Li'l Abner and Nancy. Tarzan rescues and befriends Sheeta the panther, an act that benefits him after he is captured by hostile tribes, in the adaptation of The Beasts of Tarzan with art by Rex Maxon. Bathless Groggins and Sourpuss Boom compete to take Miss Abbie out... at the same time. Looy and Dilbury find a tropical island populated by beautiful women, but they're in trouble when the men of the island return. Plus a Li'l Abner storyline by Al Capp, and an illustrated biography of screen actor Richard Barthelmess. Abbie an' Slats; The Captain and the Kids; Tarzan of the Apes; Wayne Webster: At Bat; Roads of Romance; Cynical Susie; Broncho Bill; Looy Dot Dope; Dynamite Dunn; How to Make It; Stampin' Around; For Junior Readers; Nancy; Billy Make Believe; Alice in Wonderland; Knurl the Gnome; The Boomers; Grin and Bear It; Little Mary Mixup; Ella Cinders; Danny Dingle; Li'l Abner. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #16
    Comics on Parade (1938) 16

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    Cover by Raeburn Van Buren. Stories and art by Rex Maxon, R. W. Palmer, Al Capp, Ernie Bushmiller, Bill Conselman, Charlie Plumb, Bernard Dibble, Rudolph Dirks, John Paul Frederics, Paul Berdanier, Harry Lee, Winfield Meggs, Becky Sharp, Harry O'Neill, H. E. Homan, Dudley T. Fisher Jr., Olive Ray Scott, Edward Daniel Kuekes, R. M. Brinkerhoff, Dick Richards, George Lichty, and Raeburn Van Buren. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 2 #4. Early in the transformation of comic strips to comic books, United Features Syndicate published Comics on Parade as a showcase for its most popular strips, including Tarzan, Li'l Abner and Nancy. While Sheeta the panther saves Tarzan, Jane is the captive of Rokoff, in the adaptation of The Beasts of Tarzan with art by Rex Maxon. After his mother lends Danny Dingle's autographed Babe Ruth baseball to some neighborhood kids, Danny has to climb into a stranger's house to retrieve it. Escaping the tropical island, Looy and Dilbury are set adrift in a lifeboat with sailor Joe. Plus a Li'l Abner storyline by Al Capp, and an illustrated biography of screen actor Richard Barthelmess. Abbie an' Slats; The Captain and the Kids; Tarzan of the Apes; Wayne Webster: On The Cinder Track; Roads of Romance; Cynical Susie; Broncho Bill; Looy Dot Dope; Dynamite Dunn; How to Make It; Stampin' Around; For Junior Readers; Nancy; Billy Make Believe; Alice in Wonderland; Knurl the Gnome; The Boomers; The Pet's Club; Grin and Bear It; Little Mary Mixup; Ella Cinders; Danny Dingle; Li'l Abner. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #17
    Comics on Parade (1938) 17

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    Stories and art by Rex Maxon, R. W. Palmer, Al Capp, Ernie Bushmiller, Bill Conselman, Charlie Plumb, Bernard Dibble, Rudolph Dirks, John Paul Frederics, Paul Berdanier, Harry Lee, Winfield Meggs, Becky Sharp, Harry O'Neill, H. E. Homan, Dudley T. Fisher Jr., Olive Ray Scott, Edward Daniel Kuekes, R. M. Brinkerhoff, Dick Richards, George Lichty, Frank Owen and Raeburn Van Buren. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 2 #5. Early in the transformation of comic strips to comic books, United Features Syndicate published Comics on Parade as a showcase for its most popular strips, including Tarzan, Li'l Abner and Nancy. Escaping from the sacrifice, Tarzan sets off after Jane... and Rokoff, in the adaptation of The Beasts of Tarzan with art by Rex Maxon. Slats tries to convince wealthy Gilbert Twytch and his mother to consent to marrying Becky, because he wants Becky to have all the nice things. After accidentally overthrowing Abdul Akbar, Looy and Dilbury try to return to the US in a bizarre aircraft. Plus a Li'l Abner storyline by Al Capp, and an illustrated biography of screen actor Warner Baxter. Cover shows multiple cartoon characters sharing a car, demonstrating why it's smart to keep Tarzan around. Abbie an' Slats; The Captain and the Kids; Tarzan of the Apes; Wayne Webster: On The Cinder Track; Roads of Romance; Cynical Susie; Broncho Bill; Looy Dot Dope; Dynamite Dunn; How to Make It; Stampin' Around; For Junior Readers; Nancy; Billy Make Believe; Alice in Wonderland; Knurl the Gnome; The Boomers; The Pet's Club; Grin and Bear It; Little Mary Mixup; Ella Cinders; Danny Dingle; Li'l Abner. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #18
    Comics on Parade (1938) 18

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    Stories and art by Rex Maxon, R. W. Palmer, Al Capp, Ernie Bushmiller, Bill Conselman, Charlie Plumb, Bernard Dibble, Rudolph Dirks, John Paul Frederics, Paul Berdanier, Harry Lee, Winfield Meggs, Becky Sharp, Harry O'Neill, H. E. Homan, Dudley T. Fisher Jr., Olive Ray Scott, Edward Daniel Kuekes, R. M. Brinkerhoff, Dick Richards, George Lichty, Frank Owen, and Raeburn Van Buren. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 2 #6. Early in the transformation of comic strips to comic books, United Features Syndicate published Comics on Parade as a showcase for its most popular strips, including Tarzan, Li'l Abner and Nancy. Jane manages to escape Rokoff, then tries to survive in the jungle until Tarzan arrives, in the adaptation of The Beasts of Tarzan with art by Rex Maxon. Alice goes through the looking-glass and finds another wonderland of the strange and surreal. After Danny Dingle is exhibited by Pooklehof as "Stupo, the man without a brain," Nellie sneaks into the dime museum to see him. Plus a Li'l Abner storyline by Al Capp, and an illustrated biography of screen actor Warner Baxter. Abbie an' Slats; The Captain and the Kids; Tarzan of the Apes; Wayne Webster: Control Ball; Roads of Romance; Cynical Susie; Broncho Bill; Looy Dot Dope; Dynamite Dunn; How to Make It; Stampin' Around; For Junior Readers; Nancy; Billy Make Believe; Alice in Wonderland; Knurl the Gnome; The Boomers; The Pet's Club; Grin and Bear It; Little Mary Mixup; Ella Cinders; Danny Dingle; Li'l Abner. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #19
    Comics on Parade (1938) 19

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    Cover by Al Capp. Stories and art by Rex Maxon, R. W. Palmer, Al Capp, Ernie Bushmiller, Bill Conselman, Charlie Plumb, Bernard Dibble, Rudolph Dirks, John Paul Frederics, Paul Berdanier, Becky Sharp, Harry O'Neill, H. E. Homan, Dudley T. Fisher Jr., Olive Ray Scott, Edward Daniel Kuekes, R. M. Brinkerhoff, Dick Moores, George Lichty, Frank Owen, and Raeburn Van Buren. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 2 #7. Early in the transformation of comic strips to comic books, United Features Syndicate published Comics on Parade as a showcase for its most popular strips, including Tarzan, Li'l Abner and Nancy. Rokoff and his cronies learn it's not wise to underestimate Tarzan... or Jane, in the adaptation of The Beasts of Tarzan with art by Rex Maxon. Alice learns that even books in the looking-glass can hold another magical world. Slats tricks Becky into agreeing to marry Twytch, but high society isn't ready for Becky's father, "Bathless" Groggins. Plus a Li'l Abner storyline by Al Capp. Abbie an' Slats; The Captain and the Kids; Tarzan of the Apes; Wayne Webster's Problem; Cynical Susie; Broncho Bill; Looy Dot Dope; Dynamite Dunn; How to Make It; Stampin' Around; For Junior Readers; Nancy; Billy Make Believe; Alice in Wonderland; The Boomers; The Pet's Club; Grin and Bear It; Little Mary Mixup; Ella Cinders; Danny Dingle; Li'l Abner. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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  • Issue #20
    Comics on Parade (1938) 20

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    Stories and art by Rex Maxon, R. W. Palmer, Al Capp, Ernie Bushmiller, Bill Conselman, Charlie Plumb, Bernard Dibble, Rudolph Dirks, John Paul Frederics, Paul Berdanier, Becky Sharp, Harry O'Neill, H. E. Homan, Olive Ray Scott, Edward Daniel Kuekes, R. M. Brinkerhoff, Dick Richards, George Lichty, Frank Owen, and Raeburn Van Buren. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 2 #8. Early in the transformation of comic strips to comic books, United Features Syndicate published Comics on Parade as a showcase for its most popular strips, including Tarzan, Li'l Abner and Nancy. Rokoff may hate Tarzan, but it's Sheeta the panther he really needs to worry about, in the adaptation of The Beasts of Tarzan with art by Rex Maxon. Alice meets the flowers, but they're not impressed. Becky finally tells Slats that he's the one she really loves. Plus a Li'l Abner storyline by Al Capp. Abbie an' Slats; The Captain and the Kids; Tarzan of the Apes; Wayne Webster's Problem; Cynical Susie; Broncho Bill; Looy Dot Dope; Dynamite Dunn; How to Make It; Stampin' Around; Nancy; Billy Make Believe; Alice in Wonderland; Knurl the Gnome; The Boomers; The Pet's Club; Little Mary Mixup; Ella Cinders; Danny Dingle; Li'l Abner. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #21
    Comics on Parade (1938) 21

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    Cover by Al Capp. Stories and art by Rex Maxon, R. W. Palmer, Al Capp, Ernie Bushmiller, Bill Conselman, Charlie Plumb, Bernard Dibble, Rudolph Dirks, John Paul Frederics, Paul Berdanier, Becky Sharp, Harry O'Neill, H. E. Homan, Dudley T. Fisher Jr., Olive Ray Scott, Edward Daniel Kuekes, R. M. Brinkerhoff, Dick Richards, George Lichty, Frank N. Ernest, Frank Owen, and Raeburn Van Buren. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 2 #9. Early in the transformation of comic strips to comic books, United Features Syndicate published Comics on Parade as a showcase for its most popular strips, including Tarzan, Li'l Abner and Nancy. Rokoff may be gone, but Tarzan and Jane's troubles are far from over, in the adaptation of The Beasts of Tarzan with art by Rex Maxon. Dilbury manages to convince Looy to go to the planetarium rather than a stag party, but that's because he wants Looy's ticket for himself. Alice meets Tweedledee and Tweedledum and hears the story of The Walrus and the Carpenter. Wealthy Mr. Jaundice sees Slats in a fight with Jaundice's nephew, and instantly hires Slats as a boxer. Plus a Li'l Abner storyline by Al Capp. Abbie an' Slats; The Captain and the Kids; Tarzan of the Apes; Wayne Webster's Problem; Cynical Susie; Broncho Bill; Looy Dot Dope; Dynamite Dunn; How to Make It; For Junior Readers; Stampin' Around; Nancy; Billy Make Believe; Alice in Wonderland; The Boomers; The Pet's Club; Grin and Bear It; Little Mary Mixup; Ella Cinders; Danny Dingle; Li'l Abner. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #22
    Comics on Parade (1938) 22

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    Cover by Hal Forrest. Stories and art by Rex Maxon, R. W. Palmer, Hal Forrest, Al Capp, Ernie Bushmiller, Bill Conselman, Charlie Plumb, Bernard Dibble, Rudolph Dirks, John Paul Frederics, Paul Berdanier, Becky Sharp, Harry O'Neill, H. E. Homan, Olive Ray Scott, Edward Daniel Kuekes, R. M. Brinkerhoff, Dick Richards, George Lichty, Frank N. Ernest, Frank Owen, and Raeburn Van Buren. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 2 #10. Early in the transformation of comic strips to comic books, United Features Syndicate published Comics on Parade as a showcase for its most popular strips, including Tarzan, Li'l Abner and Nancy. The conclusion of the adaptation of The Beasts of Tarzan with art by Rex Maxon. Aviator hero Tailspin Tommy makes his debut in Comics on Parade. Li'l Abner, overhearing Marrying Sam's offer to sell Pappy a divorce, assumes the worst. Tailspin Tommy; Tailspin Tommy Model Plans; Abbie an' Slats; The Captain and the Kids; Tarzan of the Apes; Wayne Webster: The Silver Streak; Cynical Susie; Broncho Bill; Looy Dot Dope; Dynamite Dunn; How to Make It; Stampin' Around; Nancy; Billy Make Believe; Alice in Wonderland; The Boomers; Grin and Bear It; Little Mary Mixup; Ella Cinders; Danny Dingle; Li'l Abner. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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  • Issue #23
    Comics on Parade (1938) 23

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    Cover by Raeburn Van Buren. Stories and art by Rex Maxon, R. W. Palmer, Hal Forrest, Al Capp, Ernie Bushmiller, Bill Conselman, Charlie Plumb, Bernard Dibble, Rudolph Dirks, John Paul Frederics, Paul Berdanier, Harry O'Neill, H. E. Homan, Olive Ray Scott, Edward Daniel Kuekes, R. M. Brinkerhoff, Dick Richards, George Lichty, Frank N. Ernest, Frank Owen, and Raeburn Van Buren. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 2 #11. Early in the transformation of comic strips to comic books, United Features Syndicate published Comics on Parade as a showcase for its most popular strips, including Tarzan, Li'l Abner and Nancy. The beginning of the adaptation of The Son of Tarzan with art by Rex Maxon. Dilbury berates his wife for falling for a salesman's spiel, then does the same thing himself. Marryin' Sam uses ventriloquism to cause dissent in the Yokum home, in a Li'l Abner storyline by Al Capp. Tailspin Tommy; Tailspin Tommy Model Plans; Abbie an' Slats; The Captain and the Kids; Tarzan of the Apes; Wayne Webster: The Silver Streak; How It Began; Twice Told Tales; Broncho Bill; Looy Dot Dope; Dynamite Dunn; How to Make It; Stampin' Around; Nancy; Billy Make Believe; Alice in Wonderland; The Boomers; Grin and Bear It; Little Mary Mixup; Ella Cinders; Danny Dingle; Li'l Abner. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #24
    Comics on Parade (1938) 24

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    Stories and art by Rex Maxon, R. W. Palmer, Hal Forrest, Al Capp, Ernie Bushmiller, Bill Conselman, Charlie Plumb, Bernard Dibble, Rudolph Dirks, John Paul Frederics, Paul Berdanier, Becky Sharp, Harry O'Neill, H. E. Homan, Olive Ray Scott, Edward Daniel Kuekes, R. M. Brinkerhoff, Dick Richards, George Lichty, Frank N. Ernest, Frank Owen, and Raeburn Van Buren. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 2 #12. Early in the transformation of comic strips to comic books, United Features Syndicate published Comics on Parade as a showcase for its most popular strips, including Tarzan, Li'l Abner and Nancy. Stranded in the jungle with only his father's animal friends, the Son of Tarzan reverts to his father's primitive ways, in the adaptation of The Son of Tarzan with art by Rex Maxon. Dilbury starts a picket line to protest his wife's behavior, but she's got a picket sign of her own. Alice meets Humpty Dumpty. Plus a Li'l Abner storyline by Al Capp. Tailspin Tommy; Tailspin Tommy Model Plans; Abbie an' Slats; The Captain and the Kids; Tarzan of the Apes; Wayne Webster: The Silver Streak; How It Began; Twice Told Tales; Broncho Bill; Looy Dot Dope; Dynamite Dunn; How to Make It; Stampin' Around; Nancy; Billy Make Believe; Alice in Wonderland; Knurl the Gnome; The Boomers; Grin and Bear It; Little Mary Mixup; Ella Cinders; Danny Dingle; Li'l Abner. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #25
    Comics on Parade (1938) 25
    • Interior is complete. 7" Cumulative spine split (partially taped). Cover detached. Water spotting.

    Cover by Al Capp. Stories and art by Rex Maxon, R. W. Palmer, Hal Forrest, Al Capp, Ernie Bushmiller, Bill Conselman, Charlie Plumb, Bernard Dibble, Rudolph Dirks, John Paul Frederics, Paul Berdanier, H. E. Homan, Olive Ray Scott, Edward Daniel Kuekes, R. M. Brinkerhoff, Dick Richards, George Lichty, Frank N. Ernest, Frank Owen, and Raeburn Van Buren. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 3 #1. Early in the transformation of comic strips to comic books, United Features Syndicate published Comics on Parade as a showcase for its most popular strips, including Tarzan, Li'l Abner and Nancy. The Son of Tarzan spends a year in the jungles with the apes, earning the name Korak, or "killer," in the adaptation of The Son of Tarzan with art by Rex Maxon. Tony Turkle persuades her wealthy father to buy the Crabtree Canneries, a major part of Crabtree Corners' economy. After breaking up with Miss McLovely, Dynamite Dunn is a danger to any who get in the ring with him. Plus a Li'l Abner storyline by Al Capp. Tailspin Tommy; Tailspin Tommy Model Plans; Abbie an' Slats; The Captain and the Kids; Tarzan of the Apes; How It Began; Twice Told Tales; Broncho Bill; Looy Dot Dope; Dynamite Dunn; How to Make It; Stampin' Around; Nancy; Billy Make Believe; Alice in Wonderland; The Boomers; Grin and Bear It; Little Mary Mixup; Ella Cinders; Danny Dingle; Li'l Abner. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #26
    Comics on Parade (1938) 26

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    Cover by Raeburn Van Buren. Stories and art by Rex Maxon, R. W. Palmer, Hal Forrest, Al Capp, Ernie Bushmiller, Bill Conselman, Charlie Plumb, Bernard Dibble, Rudolph Dirks, Paul Berdanier, Harry O'Neill, H. E. Homan, Olive Ray Scott, Edward Daniel Kuekes, R. M. Brinkerhoff, Dick Richards, George Lichty, Frank N. Ernest, Frank Owen, and Raeburn Van Buren. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 3 #2. Early in the transformation of comic strips to comic books, United Features Syndicate published Comics on Parade as a showcase for its most popular strips, including Tarzan, Li'l Abner and Nancy. Korak rescues Meriam, but she's not prepared for life in the trees with the apes, in the adaptation of The Son of Tarzan with art by Rex Maxon. In China, Uncle Pete finds a bottle of Optimist Oil. Li'l Abner is inspecting an airplane when he finds himself airborne. Tailspin Tommy; Tailspin Tommy Model Plans; Abbie an' Slats; The Captain and the Kids; Tarzan of the Apes; How It Began; Twice Told Tales; Broncho Bill; Looy Dot Dope; Dynamite Dunn; How to Make It; Stampin' Around; Nancy; Billy Make Believe; Alice in Wonderland; The Boomers; Grin and Bear It; Little Mary Mixup; Ella Cinders; Danny Dingle; Li'l Abner. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #27
    Comics on Parade (1938) 27
    • 2" Spine split from top. Cover coming loose at both staples. Water damage. Cover and interior oxidation.
    • Consignment. 3% buyer's premium charged at checkout. Graded by MCS, not consignor.

    Cover by Al Capp. Stories and art by Rex Maxon, R. W. Palmer, Hal Forrest, Al Capp, Ernie Bushmiller, Bill Conselman, Charlie Plumb, Bernard Dibble, Rudolph Dirks, Paul Berdanier, Harry O'Neill, H. E. Homan, R. M. Brinkerhoff, Dick Richards, George Lichty, Frank N. Ernest, Frank Owen, and Raeburn Van Buren. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 3 #3. Early in the transformation of comic strips to comic books, United Features Syndicate published Comics on Parade as a showcase for its most popular strips, including Tarzan, Li'l Abner and Nancy. Korak wins rulership of the apes in trial by combat, but he's not prepared for an encounter with human tribes, in the adaptation of The Son of Tarzan with art by Rex Maxon. Tailspin Tommy is hired to transport a live tiger, and that's just the start of his troubles. Dynamite Dunn faces the boxing twins, Spike Brown and Mike Brown. Plus a Li'l Abner storyline by Al Capp. Tailspin Tommy; Tailspin Tommy Model Plans; Abbie an' Slats; The Captain and the Kids; Tarzan of the Apes; How It Began; Twice Told Tales; Broncho Bill; Looy Dot Dope; Dynamite Dunn; How to Make It; Stampin' Around; Nancy; Billy Make Believe; The Boomers; Little Mary Mixup; Ella Cinders; Danny Dingle; Li'l Abner. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #28
    Comics on Parade (1938) 28

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    Cover by Hal Forrest. Stories and art by Rex Maxon, R. W. Palmer, Hal Forrest, Al Capp, Ernie Bushmiller, Bill Conselman, Charlie Plumb, Bernard Dibble, Rudolph Dirks, John Paul Berdanier, Harry O'Neill, H. E. Homan, R. M. Brinkerhoff, Dick Richards, George Lichty, Frank N. Ernest, Frank Owen, and Raeburn Van Buren. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 3 #4. Early in the transformation of comic strips to comic books, United Features Syndicate published Comics on Parade as a showcase for its most popular strips, including Tarzan, Li'l Abner and Nancy. Separated from Korak, Meriam is saved by a handsome, mysterious stranger, in the adaptation of The Son of Tarzan with art by Rex Maxon. Trying to put Crabtree Corners behind her, Becky finds herself in the big city. Li'l Abner is tricked into proposing marriage by the crooked Madame Mercedes. Tailspin Tommy; Tailspin Tommy Model Plans; Jasper; Abbie an' Slats; The Captain and the Kids; Tarzan of the Apes; How It Began; Twice Told Tales; Broncho Bill; Looy Dot Dope; Dynamite Dunn; How to Make It; Stampin' Around; Nancy; Billy Make Believe; The Boomers; Little Mary Mixup; Ella Cinders; Danny Dingle; Li'l Abner. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #29
    Comics on Parade (1938) 29

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    Cover by Raeburn van Buren. Stories and art by Rex Maxon, R. W. Palmer, Hal Forrest, Al Capp, Ernie Bushmiller, Bill Conselman, Charlie Plumb, Bernard Dibble, Rudolph Dirks, Amelia Opdyke Jones, Paul Berdanier, Becky Sharp, Harry O'Neill, H. E. Homan, R. M. Brinkerhoff, Dick Richards, Frank N. Ernest, Frank Owen, and Raeburn Van Buren. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 3 #5. Early in the transformation of comic strips to comic books, United Features Syndicate published Comics on Parade as a showcase for its most popular strips, including Tarzan, Li'l Abner and Nancy. Meriam escapes the sinister Maibihn, as the handsome, mysterious stranger searches for her, in the adaptation of The Son of Tarzan with art by Rex Maxon. Looy writes a love poem that keeps changing as his girlfriend repeatedly changes their date plans. Becky is the one person who can convince wealthy invalid Val to take it easy for the sake of his health. Plus a Li'l Abner storyline by Al Capp. Tailspin Tommy; Tailspin Tommy Model Plans; Jasper; Abbie an' Slats; The Captain and the Kids; Tarzan of the Apes; How It Began; Twice Told Tales; Broncho Bill; Looy Dot Dope; Dynamite Dunn; How to Make It; Nancy; Billy Make Believe; The Young Idear; The Boomers; Little Mary Mixup; Ella Cinders; Danny Dingle; Li'l Abner. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #30
    Comics on Parade (1938) 30

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    Cover by Al Capp. Stories and art by Al Capp and others. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 3 #6. Comics on Parade focused on a different United Features comic strip in every issue. This issue features the hillbilly antics of Al Capp's Li'l Abner. Li'l Abner tries to pretend that it doesn't matter to him if Daisy Mae is going around Dogpatch with Hannibal Hoops. But this just proves to Abner how much Daisy Mae really means to him. Plus an article about Li'l Abner creator Al Capp, and another about the creation of the series. Meet Al Capp; Li'l Abner; Hingeing on Stamps; How Al Capp Came to Create Li'l Abner. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #31
    Comics on Parade (1938) 31

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    Cover by Rudolph Dirks. Stories and art by Rudolph Dirks and others. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 3 #7. Comics on Parade focused on a different United Features comic strip in every issue. This issue features the iconic pranksters Hans and Fritz and their hapless victim, the Captain. The Captain thinks he's put one over on the Kids, but it's not the first time. Hawkshaw the Detective spots a telltale clue hiding in plain sight. The Captain and the Kids find themselves captives of the Brain. The Captain and the Kids; Hawkshaw the Detective; Captives of the Brain. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #32
    Comics on Parade (1938) 32

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    Cover by Ernie Bushmiller. Stories and art by Ernie Bushmiller and others. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 3 #8. Comics on Parade focused on a different United Features comic strip in every issue. This issue features Fritzi, star of Ernie Bushmiller's good-girl strip Fritzi Ritz, and her more famous niece, Nancy. Nancy is determined to get Fritzi and herself on a cruise ship for spring break. Fritzi has a screen test with director Cecil Sizzle, but Nancy winds up getting the part. Fritzi Ritz; Phil Fumble; Hingeing on Stamps; Nancy. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #33
    Comics on Parade (1938) 33

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  • Issue #34
    Comics on Parade (1938) 34

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    Cover by Rudolph Dirks. Stories and art by Rudolph Dirks and others. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 3 #10. Comics on Parade focused on a different United Features comic strip in every issue. This issue features the iconic pranksters Hans and Fritz and their hapless victim, the Captain. The Captain encounters a "Wrong Way Corrigan" type of explorer, who speaks backwards and heads north for the South Pole. The Professor has plans to crack Lord Plushbottom's safe, but he didn't reckon on Hawkshaw the Detective. The Captain and the Kids; Hawkshaw the Detective. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #35
    Comics on Parade (1938) 35

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    Cover by Ernie Bushmiller. Stories and art by Ernie Bushmiller and Paul F. Berdanier . Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 3 #11. Comics on Parade focused on a different United Features comic strip in every issue. This issue features Fritzi, star of Ernie Bushmiller's good-girl strip Fritzi Ritz, and her more famous niece, Nancy. Sluggo leaves his football with the guys when he goes to the movies with Nancy, but maybe that wasn't the best plan. Fritzi figures out how to go to the costume party with Phil Fumble without leaving her little dog behind. How It Began; Fritzi Ritz; Phil Fumble; Hingeing on Stamps; Nancy. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #36
    Comics on Parade (1938) 36

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  • Issue #37
    Comics on Parade (1938) 37
    • 3/4" Cumulative spine split.
    • Consignment. 3% buyer's premium charged at checkout. Graded by MCS, not consignor.

    Cover by Rudolph Dirks. Stories and art by Rudolph Dirks and Paul Berdanier. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 4 #1. Comics on Parade focused on a different United Features comic strip in every issue. This issue features the iconic pranksters Hans and Fritz and their hapless victim, the Captain. After the Captain rescues a lion from drowning, he is adopted by the lion's whole pride in gratitude. But soon the lions are camped outside the house and keeping the whole family awake. The Kids match wits with a greedy woman. In the "topper" strip, Hawkshaw the Detective realizes that the Lakeside Circle Burglar doesn't need a ladder... because he travels by elephant! The Captain and the Kids; News Notes About Stamps; Hawkshaw the Detective; How It Began. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #38
    Comics on Parade (1938) 38

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    Cover by Ernie Bushmiller. Stories and art by Ernie Bushmiller and Paul F. Berdanier. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 4 #2. Comics on Parade focused on a different United Features comic strip in every issue. This issue features Fritzi, star of Ernie Bushmiller's good-girl strip Fritzi Ritz, and her more famous niece, Nancy. Fritzi gets Wally to help her pick out a new hat, in a strip that showcases Bushmiller's fashion drawings. Phil Fumble falls asleep in the park and dreams he's a dog. Infinity cover featuring Nancy and Fritzi. Fritzi Ritz; Phil Fumble. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #39
    Comics on Parade (1938) 39

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    Cover by Al Capp. Stories and art by Al Capp and others. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 4 #3. Comics on Parade focused on a different United Features comic strip in every issue. This issue features the hillbilly antics of Al Capp's Li'l Abner. When Li'l Abner receives mysterious love notes tied to rocks, he knows they're not from Daisy Mae. But he doesn't expect the coonskin cap-wearing Amazon who abducts him, then sails off into Endless Lake in the middle of the night. Li'l Abner; Hingeing on Stamps. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #40
    Comics on Parade (1938) 40
    • Centerfold detached at single center staple.
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    Cover by Rudolph Dirks. Stories and art by Rudolph Dirks and Paul Berdanier. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 4 #4. Comics on Parade focused on a different United Features comic strip in every issue. This issue features the iconic pranksters Hans and Fritz and their hapless victim, the Captain. Inspired by George Washington, the Kids decide to tell the truth about their pranks. Mama swipes an ostrich's tail feathers for her hat, but the ostrich gets even. In the "topper" strip, Hawkshaw the Detective uses movies to identify the gang leader known as "The Brains." The Captain and the Kids; Stamp Tips; Hawkshaw the Detective. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #41
    Comics on Parade (1938) 41

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    Cover by Ernie Bushmiller. Stories and art by Ernie Bushmiller and Paul F. Berdanier . Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 4 #5. Comics on Parade focused on a different United Features comic strip in every issue. This issue features Fritzi, star of Ernie Bushmiller's good-girl strip Fritzi Ritz, and her more famous niece, Nancy. Nancy and Sluggo play house in the yard, despite Sluggo's better judgment. Sluggo tries to stop a runaway horse. Nancy wants to get out of writing an English composition. Fritzi Ritz; Phil Fumble; Nancy. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #42
    Comics on Parade (1938) 42
    • Interior is complete. Full length spine split.

    Cover by Al Capp. Stories and art by Al Capp and others. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 4 #6. Comics on Parade focused on a different United Features comic strip in every issue. This issue features the hillbilly antics of Al Capp's Li'l Abner. Marryin' Sam fast-talks Pappy into trading the beloved family pig Salomey for a piece of junk jewelry. When Mammy hears that the caveman-like Hairless Joe is Li'l Abner's "ideel," she figures that if she can marry off Hairless Joe, Abner will finally marry Daisy Mae. 56 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #43
    Comics on Parade (1938) 43
    • Centerfold detached at the staple.
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    Cover by Rudolph Dirks. Stories and art by Rudolph Dirks and others. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 4 #7. Comics on Parade focused on a different United Features comic strip in every issue. This issue features the iconic pranksters Hans and Fritz and their hapless victim, the Captain. The kids get hold of pirate John Silver's treasure map, but Silver and his pirates want it back. Soon it's an all-out prank war, with the Captain and the island's hapless inhabitants caught in the middle. Tiny pirate Bloodshot wants to be president of the island. The Captain and the Kids; Stamp Tips; Ain't Nature Grand; Hawkshaw the Detective. 56 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #44
    Comics on Parade (1938) 44

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    Cover by Ernie Bushmiller. Stories and art by Ernie Bushmiller and Paul F. Berdanier. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 4 #8. Comics on Parade focused on a different United Features comic strip in every issue. This issue features Fritzi, star of Ernie Bushmiller's good-girl strip Fritzi Ritz, and her more famous niece, Nancy. Nancy gets a premature revenge when Gracie doesn't invite her to her party. Phil Fumble buys a joke camera so he can sneak into the baseball game as a press photographer. Fritzi Ritz; Phil Fumble; Nancy. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #45
    Comics on Parade (1938) 45

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    Cover by Al Capp. Stories and art by Al Capp and others. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 4 #9. Comics on Parade focused on a different United Features comic strip in every issue. This issue features the hillbilly antics of Al Capp's Li'l Abner. Killer on the run Gat Garson realizes he looks just like Li'l Abner, so he plays a little switcheroo. Mammy and Pappy are bewildered when "Abner" kicks his beloved pig Salomey and asks for "corn likker." Meanwhile, the real Li'l Abner is equally mystified why people are giving him money and calling him "Gat." Plus a PSA on wartime paper conservation. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #46
    Comics on Parade (1938) 46

    Cover by Rudolph Dirks. Stories and art by Rudolph Dirks and Gus Mager. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 4 #10. Comics on Parade focused on a different United Features comic strip in every issue. This issue features the iconic pranksters Hans and Fritz and their hapless victim, the Captain. Tiny pirate Captain Bloodshot strands the Captain and the Kids on an island, but that just puts them on the trail of Bloodshot's treasure. Escaping the island, the family sets out to get the treasure before Bloodshot does. But first, they must face... Manny the Sea Monster. The Captain and the Kids; Stamp Tips; Hawkshaw the Detective. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #47
    Comics on Parade (1938) 47

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    Cover by Ernie Bushmiller. Stories and art by Ernie Bushmiller and others. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 4 #11. Comics on Parade focused on a different United Features comic strip in every issue. This issue features Fritzi, star of Ernie Bushmiller's good-girl strip Fritzi Ritz, and her more famous niece, Nancy. Enterprising Nancy finds a way to profit from a Wet Paint sign. Nancy and Sluggo start their own sidewalk detective agency. The first thing they investigate is the supposed "haunted house" on Hogan's Hill. Also featuring a vintage ad for an "Animated Lilliputiana," a tiny model village. Fritzi Ritz; Phil Fumble; Nancy. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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  • Issue #48
    Comics on Parade (1938) 48

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    Cover by Al Capp. Stories and art by Al Capp, John Hix and Abner Dean. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 4 #12. Comics on Parade focused on a different United Features comic strip in every issue. This issue features the hillbilly antics of Al Capp's Li'l Abner. A strange gal from the Great Swamp accidentally catches Li'l Abner on Sadie Hawkins Day. By custom, he must marry her, even though she's tougher than Mammy. Abner seems strangely unconcerned at the prospect, even if it means Daisy Mae will marry Abijah Gooch or Hannibal Hoops. Li'l Abner; Stamp Tips; Strange as it Seems; Funny Side Up! 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #49
    Comics on Parade (1938) 49

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    Cover by Rudolph Dirks. Stories and art by Rudolph Dirks and Gus Mager. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 5 #1. Comics on Parade focused on a different United Features comic strip in every issue. This issue features the iconic pranksters Hans and Fritz and their hapless victim, the Captain. The Captain and the Kids return home with Bloodshot's treasure. The Captain accepts a wager with the Inspector on a race around the world, but for some reason, he takes the mischievous Kids with him. Just when all seems lost at sea, they are rescued by the pirate captain John Silver and his singing crew. The Captain and the Kids; The Burtons; Stamp Tips; Hawkshaw the Detective. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #50
    Comics on Parade (1938) 50

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    Cover by Ernie Bushmiller. Stories and art by Ernie Bushmiller and others. Sometimes listed as Comics on Parade Vol. 5 #2. Comics on Parade focused on a different United Features comic strip in every issue. This issue features Fritzi, star of Ernie Bushmiller's good-girl strip Fritzi Ritz, and her more famous niece, Nancy. Fritzi consults with her friends on evening wear, in a strip showcasing Bushmiller's good-girl and fashion art. In another such cartoon, Fritzi's boyfriend Phil Fumble takes umbrage at the latest trend in ladies' headwear. Fritzi discovers that her favorite restful vacation spot is now the center of an amusement park. Fritzi Ritz; Phil Fumble; Stamp Tips; Nancy. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.