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  • Issue #1
    Leading Comics (1941) 1
    Published Jan 1942 by DC.

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    Cover art by Mort Meskin. Blueprint for Crime (Chapter 1), script by Mort Weisinger, art by Mort Meskin; The nefarious Hand, believing that he has only one month to live, organizes a group of master criminals, the "fingers" of his hand, to commit crimes, and challenges a newly organized band of heroes to the greatest criminal chase the world has ever seen. Death Valley (Chapter 2), script by Mort Weisinger, art by George Papp; Green Arrow and Speedy head to Death Valley, California to stop Professor Merlin from stealing gold stockpiled by an old prospector. Peril in Panama (Chapter 3), script by Jerry Siegel, art by Hal Sherman; The Kid and Stripesy head for the Panama Canal Zone to prevent the Needle from stealing a ray-gun weapon from its inventor. Blackout over Broadway, script and art by Jack Lehti; The Crimson and Wing must prevent Big Ceasar from carrying out mass robberies in Times Square under the cover of darkness. The Red Dragon (Chapter 5), art by Creig Flessel; The Shining Knight travels to the Valley of Wamona to prevent the Red Dragon from stealing a large supply of pitchblend (radium) from the local Indians living there. The Stone People (Chapter 6) starring the Seven Soldiers of Victory, script by Mort Weisinger, art by Mort Meskin [as Mort Morton Jr.]. Blueprint for Crime (Chapter 7) starring the Seven Soldiers of Victory, script and art by Mort Weisinger. King Kale and Clancy the Cop humor pages by Henry Boltinoff. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Leading Comics (1941) 2
    Published Mar 1942 by DC.

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    Cover art by Fred Ray. Beware! The Black Star Shines (Chapter 1), script by Mort Weisinger, art by Mort Meskin; When Pat Dugan spies five well-known criminals dressed as policemen, it piques the interest of the Star-Spangled Kid, who calls the Seven Soldiers of Victory to investigate; They discover, from a piece of film, that the Black Star is using those felons to commit crimes on a national basis. Mystery of the Clowning Criminals, art by Creig Flessel; Led by Falseface, the Black Star's criminal element strikes at many areas of the city of New Orleans during Mardi Gras. Mystery of the Santa Claus Pirate (Chapter 3) starring the Seven Soldiers of Victory, art by Hal Sherman. Mystery of the One-Man Museum (Chapter 4) starring the Seven Soldiers of Victory, script by Mort Weisinger, art by George Papp. The Case of the Twisted Twins (Chapter 5) starring the Seven Soldiers of Victory, art by Jack Lehti. The Sixty Kiddie Club (Chapter 6), script by Bill Finger, art by Mort Meskin [as Mort Morton]. The Black Star Shines (Chapter 7), script by Bill Finger, art by Mort Meskin. King Kale humor pages by Henry Boltinoff. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Leading Comics (1941) 3
    Published Jun 1942 by DC.
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    • INCOMPLETE. First wrap and 31st page missing. Interrupts art and story.

    Cover art by Mort Meskin. The Tyrants of Time (Chapter 1), art by Mort Meskin; A self-proclaimed great scientist, by use of a time machine, brings five of the greatest conquerors of all time to the present and engages them to seek out the five rarest metals on Earth. Defeat Before Waterloo (Chapter 2), art by Hal Sherman; the Kid and Stripesy must take on the French dicator, Napoleon, to prevent him from obtaining a large quantity of gold that will help finance Dr. Doome's secret machine. The Radium Robots (Chapter 3), art by George Papp; Green Arrow and Speedy take on Alexander the Great and an army of radium powered robots in a fight to the finish. The Man Who Told a Fish Story (Chapter 4), art by Creig Flessel. The Spirit of Wild Bill Dickson (Chapter 5), pencils by Mort Meskin [as Mort Morton], inks by Cliff Young. Fiddler's Farewell (Chapter 6), art by Jack Lehti. The Tyrants of Time (Chapter 7), art by Mort Meskin. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    Leading Comics (1941) 4
    Published Sep 1942 by DC.

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    Cover art by Mort Meskin. The Sense Master (Chapter 1), script by Bill Finger, art by Ed Dobrotka; Five criminals, kidnapped by a robot, have their senses heightened by a certain extract created by a Dr. Brett, in order to be used by a paralyzed man known as the 6th Sense, who plans to use them to steal five jewels. The Crime Concerto (Chapter 2), script by Bill Finger, art by Ed Dobrotka; Mickey Gordon, whose sense of hearing has been dramatically bolstered by Dr. Brett's extract, seeks to steal a diamond for the 6th Sense owned by young Alce Howard. Don Quixote Rides Again (Chapter 3). The Man Who Followed His Nose (Chapter 4). The Man Who Was Afraid to Eat (Chapter 5). The Man with the Miracle Eyes (Chapter 6). The Sense Master (Chapter 7). Once a Jap text story by Brittin Quigley. Busy Bill the Bill Collector humor two-pager. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    Leading Comics (1941) 5
    Published Jan 1943 by DC.

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    Cover art by Mort Meskin. The Miracles That Money Couldn't Buy (Chapter 1), art by Ed Dobrotka; Green Arrow, Speedy and the Crimson Avenger investigate a series of sensational escapes of several vicious criminals from prison, all arranged by the sinister Skull. The Case of the Criminal Vigilante; The Vigilante goes up against one Bronco Blade (who disguises himself as Vigilante), whom the Skull uses to steal Spinaway, the world's fastest racehorse, and owned by Roscoe Meek, who had refused to sell the aminal for any price. Diamond of Doom! (Chapter 3). Death Among the Stars! (Chapter 4). Knight Without Armor (Chapter 5). The Murderer Who Couldn't Be Hanged! (Chapter 6). The Miracles That Money Couldn't Buy (Conclusion). House ad for World's Finest #8. Jerry the Jitterbug humor page by Henry Boltinoff [as Bolt]. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Leading Comics (1941) 6
    Published Mar 1943 by DC.

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    Cover art by Ed Dobrotka. The Treasure That Time Forgot! (Chapter 1), script by Joe Samachson, inks by Maurice Del Bourgo; The Seven Soldiers of Victory are offered $1 billion to recover a fortune in gold that was hidden away in the Andes Mountain range by the Incan Indians from murderous Spaniards. Crimes by Proxy (Chapter 2); The Seven Soldiers of Victory are offered $1 billion to recover a fortune in gold that was hidden away in the Andes Mountain range by the Incan Indians from murderous Spaniards. A Duel to the Death! (Chapter 3). Winged Masters of the Mountains (Chapter 4). The Gold That Failed to Glitter (Chapter 5). The Third Treasure Trail! (Chapter 6), script by Joe Samachson, art by Maurice Del Bourgo. Trail's End (Chapter 7). Terror O'Dowd humor two-pager. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    Leading Comics (1941) 7
    Published Jun 1943 by DC.

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    Cover inks by Jon Small. Wizard of Wisstark! (Chapter 1), script by Joe Samachson; When the Seven Soldiers read and hear about themselves supposedly donating their services to charity, they smell a rat. Land of Giants!, script by Joe Samachson, pencils by Pierce Rice; The Kid and Stripesy head to the mountains to encounter the giants that the Wizard of Wisstark would like to have join him in the battle against the three wizards, but all they succeed in doing is getting moving pictures of them! Wizard Archers and the Wizards! (Chapter 3), script by Joe Samachson, art by Pierce Rice. The Invisible Men! (Chapter 4). Double Trouble! (Chapter 5). The March of the Wooden-Armored Soldiers! (Chapter 6). Battle of the Wizards! (Chapter 7). 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    Leading Comics (1941) 8
    Published Sep 1943 by DC.
    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Slab: Scuffing on front of case; Debris trapped between case and inner well
    • Double Cover. 1st cover 9.0, interior cover 9.6.
    • Label #0721665003

    Cover pencils by Jon Small, inks by Maurice del Burgo. Exiles in Time! (Chapter 1), script by Joe Samachson, pencils by Jon Small, inks by Maurice del Burgo; Upset with the fact that the Sevon Soldiers seem to be wise to his vast criminal organization's plans, the Dummy, with the use of time machine, sends each of the Legionnaires to a different era in the past. The Queen's Necklace! (Chapter 2); Green Arrow and Speedy are hurled back into the days of the Three Musketeers and are arrested along with the three for dueling, and because of the disappearance of the Queen's pearl necklace. Courage in Canton! (Chapter 3). Voyage of the Vikings! (Chapter 4). Friends, Romans, Countrymen! (Chapter 5). The Legend of Leonardo! (Chapter 6). Conclusion (Chapter 7). Midnight Jones humor two-pager. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #9
    Leading Comics (1941) 9
    Published Jan 1944 by DC.

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    Cover art by Jon Small. The Chameleon of Crime (Chapter 1), script by Joe Samachson, art by Arthur Cazeneuve; A group of criminals meet at a luxurious hotel and discuss the fact that each had been once captured by a member of the Law's Legionaires, then a Mr. X steps forward and bets the crooks $10,000 each that he can overcome each of the "over-rated" heroes himself. Mr. X Marks the Spot (Chapter 2); Mr. X sends Crusher Kane to head up a local mob and commit a crime at a pawn shop, but he also lets the Crimson Avenger know where and when that crime is to be committed. The X-Ploits of Mr. X (Chapter 3). The House That Couldn't Be Robbed (Chapter 4). Interlude at Hoodlum's Hideout (Chapter 5). The Gorilla and the Gangster (Chapter 6). Inco the Unknown (Chapter 7). The Chameleon of Crime (Chapter 8). Sonny and Pappy humor two-pager. Tuffy humor two-pager. Hectic History humor two-pager. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    Leading Comics (1941) 10
    Published Mar 1944 by DC.
    • Paper: White
    • Pedigree: Crowley
    • Slab: Minor side edge cracks; Scuffing on back of case
    • Crowley Copy.
    • Label #0010529007

    Cover art by Louis Cazeneuve. King of the Hundred Isles (Chapter 1), script by Joe Samachson, art by Arthur Cazeneuve; The Law's Legionnaires have been summoned by a friend of Justin to discover the whereabouts of one Professor Moran, whose museum expedition in the Pacific has vanished. Crusoe and Crusoe, Inc. (Chapter 2); Washing up ashore on a strange isle, the Crimson Avenger and Speedy go about building an abode for themselves, then set out to look for the other Legionnaires. His Majesty, King Baby-Face (Chapter 3). Taskmasters and Toilers (Chapter 4). The Fortunate Fish (Chapter 5). Revelation of Roguery (Chapter 6). Kingdom's End (Chapter 7). Double-Talk Dictionary humor two-pager. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    Leading Comics (1941) 11
    Published Jun 1944 by DC.

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    Cover art by Louis Cazeneuve. The Hard-Luck Hat (Chapter 1), script by Joe Samachson, art by Arthur Cazeneuve; Handsome Harry goes out to survey his criminal domain, but has to return home for his "lucky hat." When the Law's Legionaires capture his mob, Harry escapes, but his hat blows away...a hat that will weave a different story for each person into whose possession it will fall. The Banker and the Bandit (Chapter 2); Banker Biker just so happens to purchase the runaway hat, but soon agrees to a scheme with King-Pin Kong to knock off his own bank and split the take with the felon. Muggs at Mealtime (Chapter 3). Absent-Minded Victim (Chapter 4). The High-Hatted House (Chapter 5). The Dummy Director (Chapter 6). Hat's Haven (Chapter 7). Grandpa Peters humor two-pager by Lefty Peters. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #12
    Leading Comics (1941) 12
    Published Sep 1944 by DC.

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    Cover art by Jon Small. Million Dollar Challenge (Chapter 1), script by Joe Samachson, art by Arthur Cazeneuve; The Law's Legionaires see an ad in the paper warning them to stay away from the estate of one Darrel Weldon; When they show up anyway, Darrel "penalizes" them by having them have dinner with him, where he relates that he has hidden valuables in 5 places, and if they can find them, following his clues, they will win a million dollars for any charity they wish. The Cache In the Canyon (Chapter 2); Vigilante heads west to a mining claim owned by Darrel, looking for the valuables hidden there, and runs smack dab into a group of outlaws intent on killing him. The Power of the Press (Chapter 3), script by Joe Samachson, art by Arthur Cazeneuve. The Safe from the Sky (Chapter 4). The Puzzle of the Pyramids (Chapter 5). Murder in Miniature (Chapter 6). The Million Dollar Challenge. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #13
    Leading Comics (1941) 13
    Published Jan 1945 by DC.

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    Cover art by Louis Cazeneuve. Trophies of Crime (Chapter 1), script by Joe Samachson, art by Arthur Cazeneuve; The Law's Legionaires have donated some unusual items to a local museum: a building block, a rubber dagger, an iron ring, a cup, and a piece of canvas, items that a master criminal, the Barracuda, once wished to have for his own private Museum of Crime (knowing they have a value unknown to the authorities), and which are being tracked down by the Legionnaires before the criminal can get his hands on them. Crime's Cornerstone (Chapter 2); The Kid and Stripesy must hunt down the building stone that was once a part of a prison, later used in the Belford Building. The Cup of the Borgias (Chapter 3). The Rubber Dagger (Chapter 4). The Sails of the Sally C. (Chapter 5). The Iron Band (Chapter 6). Mementos of Victory (Chapter 7). 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #14
    Leading Comics (1941) 14
    Published Mar 1945 by DC.
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Slab: Scuffing to inner well of case; Debris trapped between case and inner well
    • Label #0056444002

    Cover art by Jon Small. The Bandits from the Books (Chapter 1), script by Joe Samachson, art by Arthur Cazeneuve; After the mysterious appearance of some characters right out of the pages of fairy tale books, the Legionnaires visit a Dr. Wimsett, a scientist who has discovered how to intensify life to the point where a character can actually step right out of the pages of the story or poem in which they appeared and into real life. Treasureless Island (Chapter 2); Humpty Dumpty, the only character not to escape from the scientist's lab, tells the Kid and Stripesy that he has heard that Long John Silver and his men plan to steal a ship and look for treasure on an island. Food for Falstaff (Chapter 3). Hypocrites, Incorporated (Chapter 4). The Giant Who Got a Job (Chapter 5). Little Men With Big Ideas (Chapter 6). Back to the Books (Chapter 7). Grandpa Peters humor two-pager by Tom McNamara. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #15
    Leading Comics (1941) 15
    Published Jun 1945 by DC.

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    Cover art by Rube Grossman. A Square Head At The Round Table!, art by Rube Grossman; it's spring housekeeping time, and Aunt Sophy sends a round table that little Elmer built; The Queen decides that they need Knights of the Round Table. Hi-Jinks in High Places, art by Otto Feuer; Spylot and Sposem spot a fake Lord Hurleigh-Burleigh. The Falling Fall-Guy!--Frankie and Fanny Flipper. Backwoods Blockbuster starring Hugo Hornspread, art by Otto Feuer; Hugo's parents decided it is time for Hugo to get a job. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #16
    Leading Comics (1941) 16
    Published Sep 1945 by DC.

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    Funny animal stories. Captain Tootsie (Tootsie Roll) back cover ad, "Captain Tootsie and the Hand Grenade," by C.C. Beck and Pete Costanza. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #17
    Leading Comics (1941) 17
    Published Jan 1946 by DC.

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    A Hot Platter of Voom Voom! starring Nero Fox; Nero's saxophone playing nearly causes a war between Rome and Egypt. Bursting Balloons!, art by Otto Feuer; Pelican Pete saves a school of balloon fish from a mean swordfish. Mystery Island! starring Salty the Sailor; Salty has to figure out why four previous ships sailed to Mystery Island and never returned. Backwoods Brawn! starring Hugo Hornspred, art by Ron Santi; Hugo gets a job helping out at a farm, but his great strength causes more harm than good. The Disappearing Domicile!, art by Otto Feuer; Spylot Bones must solve the mystery of a missing nobleman's house. The Three Tin Suits!, art by Rube Grossman; King Oscar and his knights face the wily King Kunning, who tries to trick them into wearing defective suits of armor so that they can be defeated by his Knights of the Pool Table. Captain Tootsie Tootsie Rolls ad, pencils by C. C. Beck, inks by Pete Costanza. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #18
    Leading Comics (1941) 18
    Published May 1946 by DC.

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    The Meat Ball Blues; Barkus wants Nero Fox to stop playing jazz and go to the art museum. Prisoners of the Deep!; Salty the Sailor saves his friends from a mutiny. Down Under Wonder; Jumpi Juniper gets shanghaied into a punching bag exhibition. Crockery and Crooks, art by Ron Santi; Hugo Hornspread gets a job in a bric a brac store, and foils a bank robbery. Flight Without Wings, art by Otto Feuer; Pelican Pete gets his wings glued together by some vultures, but that doesn't stop him from flying. Mystery from History starring Spylot Bones, art by Otto Feuer. Squaring The Circle--King Oscar's Court, art by Rube Grossman. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #19
    Leading Comics (1941) 19
    Published Jun 1946 by DC.

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  • Issue #20
    Leading Comics (1941) 20
    Published Sep 1946 by DC.
    • Centerfold detached.
  • Issue #21
    Leading Comics (1941) 21
    Published Jan 1947 by DC.

    Captain Tootsie stars in a one-page Tootsie Roll ad, "The Wolf Hunt" (by C.C. Beck and Pete Costanza). Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #22
    Leading Comics (1941) 22
    Published Mar 1947 by DC.

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  • Issue #23
    Leading Comics (1941) 23
    Published Jun 1947 by DC.

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    Cover art by Otto Feuer. Ida Clare, art by Otto Feuer; Peter comes to town and gets adopted by Wolfie, who plans to fatten him up and eat him. Terrible Tom starring Puss 'n Pooch; The Sheriff makes Pooch a deputy to help catch Terrible Tom. Doodles Duck and his Toyland Playmates starring Doodles Duck, script and art by Howie Post. Untitled Roly and Poly story, art by Rube Grossman. The Isle of Mystery starring Salty the Sailor. Patrick Parrot's Unnatural History text story. Fine Feathers Don't Make Fine Birds starring Pelican Pete, art by Otto Feuer. Untitled Crazy Like a Fox story, art by Otto Feuer; Crazy sells Herman and Benny Bear telephones. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #24
    Leading Comics (1941) 24
    Published Sep 1947 by DC.

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  • Issue #25
    Leading Comics (1941) 25
    Published Jan 1947 by DC.

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  • Issue #26
    Leading Comics (1941) 26
    Published Mar 1947 by DC.
    • Centerfold detached at one staple.
  • Issue #27
    Leading Comics (1941) 27
    Published Jun 1947 by DC.

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    Peter Porkchops, Puss 'n Pooch, Doodles Duck, Roly and Poly, the Tortoise and the Hare, and Pelican Pete. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #28
    Leading Comics (1941) 28
    Published Sep 1947 by DC.

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  • Issue #29
    Leading Comics (1941) 29
    Published Jan 1948 by DC.

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  • Issue #30
    Leading Comics (1941) 30
    Published Mar 1948 by DC.
  • Issue #31
    Leading Comics (1941) 31
    Published Jun 1948 by DC.

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  • Issue #32
    Leading Comics (1941) 32
    Published Sep 1948 by DC.
  • Issue #33
    Leading Comics (1941) 33
    Published Jan 1949 by DC.

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  • Issue #34
    Leading Comics (1941) 34
    Published Mar 1949 by DC.
    • Cover detached.
  • Issue #35
    Leading Comics (1941) 35
    Published Jun 1949 by DC.

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    Cover art by Rube Grossman. Untitled Peter Porkchops story, art by Rube Grossman; Wolfie believes he should have equal access to Peter's garden. Untitled Puss and Pooch story; Puss and Pooch have their reality shaken when they discover they're only characters in a comic book. A Foul Exchange starring Roly and Poly, art by Rube Grossman; Mugsy is bullying the other kids out of their toys, so Roly and Poly teach him a lesson. One Ming Vase starring Doodles Duck, art by Howie Post; A crook tries to steal Doodles' Ming Vase by convincing Buttons he should be an opera singer. May the Best Man Win starring Tortoise and the Hare, art by Rube Grossman. Just Plain Absent-Minded starring Lippy Leprechaun, art by Rube Grossman. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #36
    Leading Comics (1941) 36
    Published Sep 1949 by DC.
  • Issue #37
    Leading Comics (1941) 37
    Published Jan 1950 by DC.
    • INCOMPLETE. Missing pages (affects art and story).
  • Issue #38
    Leading Comics (1941) 38
    Published Mar 1950 by DC.

    Cover art by Otto Feuer. Untitled Peter Porkchops story, art by Otto Feuer; Wolfie tries to make sure that Peter won't win a fishing contest. Untitled Roly and Poly story, art by Rube Grossman; Roly and Poly convince Danny to fix their roof by telling him how he needs to get in shape, but they regret their ruse later. House ad for DC's funny animal comics: Real Screen Comics; Animal Antics; Comic Cavalcade; Funny Folks; Funny Stuff. Untitled Bernard the Brave story, art by Otto Feuer; Bernard's rescue company gets off to a bad start when he can't get a runaway horse to fill out the necessary paperwork. Untitled The Tortoise and the Hare story, art by Rube Grossman. Untitled Ozzie Owl story, art by Rube Grossman. House ad for DC's western comics: All-American Western; Dale Evans; Western Comics. Untitled Puss 'n Pooch story. Superman on Safety First! public service announcement, script by Jack Schiff, art by Win Mortimer. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #39
    Leading Comics (1941) 39
    Published Jun 1950 by DC.
  • Issue #40
    Leading Comics (1941) 40
    Published Sep 1950 by DC.

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  • Issue #41
    Leading Comics (1941) 41
    Published Jan 1951 by DC.
    • Cover detached.