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Feature Funnies (1937) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Feature Funnies (1937) 1

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    Cover by Rube Goldberg. Stories and art by Rube Goldberg, Ed Wheelan, Lank Leonard, Ham Fisher, R. W. Depew, Russell E. Ross, J. H. Striebel, Bob Zuppke, Monte Barrett, J.P. McEvoy, H.J. Tuthill, John J. Welch, George Marcoux, Ed Reed, Al Zere, and Ed Cronin. An early comics anthology published by Harry Chesler, featuring reprints of newspaper comic strips. Female reporter Jane Arden has adventures and fights crime, paving the way for later heroes like Brenda Starr and Friday Foster. Sports comic Ned Brant features football exploits written by legendary college football coach Bob Zuppke. Also featuring several strips created by the famous Eisner/Iger shop: Modern 'Planes, Puzzle Phun, and a Star Snapshots profile of Hollywood star Robert Taylor. Joe Palooka; They're Still Talking; Jane Arden; Star Snapshots; Mickey Finn; Off the Record; Modern Planes; Lala Palooza; Strange As It Seems; Off Side; Slim and Tubby; Crack Casey; Puzzle Phun; Flossie; Toddy; Pirates Ahoy; Ned Brant; Big Top; Dixie Dugan; Bungle Family; Lena Pry; Jim Swift. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Feature Funnies (1937) 2

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    Newspaper reprints: Joe Palooka, Mickey Finn, The Bungle Family, Jane Arden, Off the Record, Lala Palooza, Dixie Dugan, Strange As It Seems, Slim and Tubby, Ned Brant, Big Top, Toddy, Lena Pry, Jim Swift, and Star Snapshots (by Bernard Baily). First appearance of the Hawk. Rube Goldberg cover. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Feature Funnies (1937) 3

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    Cover by Lank Leonard. Stories and art by Will Eisner, Rube Goldberg, Ed Wheelan, Les Marshall, Lank Leonard, Ham Fisher, Mo Leff, John Hix, Russell E. Ross, J. H. Striebel, Jo Metzer, George Brenner, Bernard Baily, Bob Zuppke, R. W. Depew, Monte Barrett, J.P. McEvoy, Charles Driscoll, H.J. Tuthill, John J. Welch, George Marcoux, Ed Reed, Al Zere, Don DeConn and Ed Cronin. An early comics anthology published by Harry Chesler, featuring reprints of newspaper comic strips. Pioneering masked hero The Clock joins forces with The Orchid to beat a protection racket. Pirate hero The Hawk and Claw Carlos fight over a ruby in Hawks of the Seas, by comics legend Will Eisner. Plus a profile of Hollywood star Joan Crawford, and the early strip Lala Palooza by Rube Goldberg. Joe Palooka; They're Still Talking; Jane Arden; Star Snapshots; Mickey Finn; Off the Record; Modern Planes; Lala Palooza; Strange As It Seems; Off Side; The Clock Strikes; Slim and Tubby; Hawks of the Seas; Puzzle Phun; Flossie; Toddy; Pirates Ahoy; Ned Brant; Big Top; Dixie Dugan; Bungle Family; Lena Pry; Jim Swift. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    Feature Funnies (1937) 4

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    Cover by Rube Goldberg. Stories and art by Will Eisner, Rube Goldberg, Ed Wheelan, Les Marshall, Lank Leonard, Ham Fisher, Montfort Amory, John Hix, Russell E. Ross, J. H. Striebel, Jo Metzer, George Brenner, Bernard Baily, Bob Zuppke, R. W. Depew, Monte Barrett, J.P. McEvoy, Charles Driscoll, H.J. Tuthill, John J. Welch, George Marcoux, Ed Reed, Al Zere, Don DeConn and Ed Cronin. An early comics anthology published by Harry Chesler, featuring reprints of newspaper comic strips. Ne'er-do-well Mickey Finn poses as Santa to save Christmas for two poor neighborhood kids. A murderous loan shark makes examples of his unfortunate clientele, until The Clock intervenes. Teens Slim and Tubby decide to check up on Roger Bligh Jr. and Judith when they go to Look Out Peak. Plus a profile of Hollywood star Charles Laughton, Hawks of the Seas by comics legend Will Eisner, and the early strip Lala Palooza by Rube Goldberg. Joe Palooka; They're Still Talking; Jane Arden; Star Snapshots; Mickey Finn; Off the Record; Modern Planes; Lala Palooza; Strange As It Seems; Off Side; The Clock Strikes; Slim and Tubby; Hawks of the Seas; Puzzle Phun; Flossie; Toddy; Pirates Ahoy; Ned Brant; Big Top; Dixie Dugan; Bungle Family; Lena Pry; Jim Swift. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    Feature Funnies (1937) 5

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    Cover by George Brenner. Stories and art by Will Eisner, Rube Goldberg, Ed Wheelan, Les Marshall, Lank Leonard, Ham Fisher, Mo Leff, John Hix, Russell E. Ross, J. H. Striebel, Jo Metzer, George Brenner, Bernard Baily, Bob Zuppke, R. W. Depew, Monte Barrett, J.P. McEvoy, Charles Driscoll, H.J. Tuthill, John J. Welch, George Marcoux, Ed Reed, Al Zere, Don DeConn and Ed Cronin. An early comics anthology published by Harry Chesler, featuring reprints of newspaper comic strips. Mobster Velvet Marcon vows revenge on the judge who sent him to prison, but he doesn't reckon on pioneering masked hero The Clock. Pirate hero The Hawk tricks his way out of prison and returns to the governor's mansion in Hawks of the Seas, by comics legend Will Eisner. Plus a profile of Hollywood star Luise Rainer, and the early strip Lala Palooza by Rube Goldberg. Joe Palooka; They're Still Talking; Jane Arden; Star Snapshots; Mickey Finn; Off the Record; Modern Planes; Lala Palooza; Strange As It Seems; Off Side; The Clock Strikes; Slim and Tubby; Hawks of the Seas; Puzzle Phun; Flossie; Toddy; Pirates Ahoy; Ned Brant; Big Top; Dixie Dugan; Bungle Family; Lena Pry; Jim Swift. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Feature Funnies (1937) 6

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    Cover by Rube Goldberg. Stories and art by Will Eisner, Rube Goldberg, Ed Wheelan, Les Marshall, Lank Leonard, Ham Fisher, Mo Leff, John Hix, Russell E. Ross, J. H. Striebel, Jo Metzer, George Brenner, Bernard Baily, Bob Zuppke, R. W. Depew, Monte Barrett, J.P. McEvoy, Charles Driscoll, H.J. Tuthill, John J. Welch, George Marcoux, Ed Reed, Al Zere, Don DeConn and Ed Cronin. An early comics anthology published by Harry Chesler, featuring reprints of newspaper comic strips. Pioneering masked hero The Clock resorts to torture to crack a kidnapping case. Pirate hero The Hawk fights for justice in Hawks of the Seas, by comics legend Will Eisner. Plus a profile of Gertrude Ederle's conquest of the English Channel, and the early strip Lala Palooza by Rube Goldberg. Joe Palooka; They're Still Talking; Jane Arden; Mickey Finn; Off the Record; Modern Planes; Lala Palooza; Strange As It Seems; Off Side; The Clock Strikes; Slim and Tubby; Hawks of the Seas; Puzzle Phun; Flossie; Toddy; Pirates Ahoy; Ned Brant; Big Top; Dixie Dugan; Bungle Family; Lena Pry; Jim Swift. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    Feature Funnies (1937) 7

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    Cover by Lank Leonard. Stories and art by Will Eisner, Rube Goldberg, Ed Wheelan, Les Marshall, Lank Leonard, Ham Fisher, Mo Leff, John Hix, Russell E. Ross, J. H. Striebel, George Brenner, Bernard Baily, Bob Zuppke, R. W. Depew, Monte Barrett, J.P. McEvoy, Charles Driscoll, H.J. Tuthill, John J. Welch, George Marcoux, Ed Reed, Al Zere, Don DeConn and Vernon Henkel. An early comics anthology published by Harry Chesler, featuring reprints of newspaper comic strips. A reformed rum-runner is threatened by The Owl, until pioneering masked hero The Clock intervenes. Pirate hero The Hawk fights for justice in Hawks of the Seas, by comics legend Will Eisner. Gallant Knight Sir Neville joins forces with the woodland outlaws after Merlot assassinates the King and seizes the throne. Plus a profile of Hollywood star Myrna Loy, a comics biography of Olympic medalist Jesse Owens, and the early strip Lala Palooza by Rube Goldberg. Joe Palooka; They're Still Talking; Jane Arden; Mickey Finn; Off the Record; Modern Planes; Gallant Knight; Lala Palooza; Strange As It Seems; Off Side; The Clock Strikes; Slim and Tubby; Hawks of the Seas; Puzzle Phun; Flossie; Toddy; Pirates Ahoy; Ned Brant; Big Top; Dixie Dugan; Bungle Family; Lena Pry; Clip Chance at Cliffside. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    Feature Funnies (1937) 8

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    Cover by Russell Ross. Stories and art by Will Eisner, Rube Goldberg, Ed Wheelan, Les Marshall, Lank Leonard, Ham Fisher, Mo Leff, John Hix, Russell E. Ross, J. H. Striebel, George Brenner, Bernard Baily, Bob Zuppke, R. W. Depew, Monte Barrett, J.P. McEvoy, Charles Driscoll, H.J. Tuthill, John J. Welch, George Marcoux, Ed Reed, Al Zere, Don DeConn and Vernon Henkel. An early comics anthology published by Harry Chesler, featuring reprints of newspaper comic strips. Pioneering masked hero The Clock goes after a gangster who controls the corrupt police department. Pirate hero The Hawk fights for justice in Hawks of the Seas, by comics legend Will Eisner. While organizing the forest bandits into an army, Gallant Knight Sir Neville faces three knights loyal to the usurper, Baron Merlot. Teens Slim and Tubby discover Hammond's plot to steal Mrs. Botts' money by convincing her it's cursed. Plus a profile of Hollywood legend Walt Disney, then at the start of his career, and the early strip Lala Palooza by Rube Goldberg. Joe Palooka; They're Still Talking; Jane Arden; Mickey Finn; Off the Record; Modern Planes; Gallant Knight; Lala Palooza; Strange As It Seems; Off Side; The Clock Strikes; Slim and Tubby; Hawks of the Seas; Puzzle Phun; Flossie; Toddy; Pirates Ahoy; Ned Brant; Big Top; Dixie Dugan; Bungle Family; Lena Pry; Clip Chance at Cliffside. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #9
    Feature Funnies (1937) 9

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    Cover by Ed Cronin. Stories and art by Will Eisner, Rube Goldberg, Ed Wheelan, Les Marshall, Lank Leonard, Ham Fisher, Mo Leff, John Hix, Russell E. Ross, J. H. Striebel, George Brenner, Bernard Baily, Bob Zuppke, R. W. Depew, Monte Barrett, J.P. McEvoy, Charles Driscoll, H.J. Tuthill, John J. Welch, George Marcoux, Ed Reed, Al Zere, Don DeConn and Vernon Henkel. An early comics anthology published by Harry Chesler, featuring reprints of newspaper comic strips. Investigating a jewel robbery, pioneering masked hero The Clock has ways of making criminals talk. Pirate hero The Hawk fights for justice in Hawks of the Seas, by comics legend Will Eisner. Slim and Tubby's suspicions are confirmed when Mrs. Botts' money disappears at the end of the seance. Plus a profile of Hollywood star Wallace Beery, and the early strip Lala Palooza by Rube Goldberg. Joe Palooka; They're Still Talking; Jane Arden; Mickey Finn; Off the Record; Modern Planes; Gallant Knight; Lala Palooza; Strange As It Seems; Off Side; The Clock Strikes; Slim and Tubby; Hawks of the Seas; Puzzle Phun; Flossie; Toddy; Pirates Ahoy; Ned Brant; Big Top; Dixie Dugan; Bungle Family; Lena Pry; Clip Chance at Cliffside. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    Feature Funnies (1937) 10

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    Cover by Lank Leonard. Stories and art by Will Eisner, Rube Goldberg, Ed Wheelan, Les Marshall, Lank Leonard, Ham Fisher, Mo Leff, John Hix, Russell E. Ross, J. H. Striebel, George Brenner, Bernard Baily, Bob Zuppke, R. W. Depew, Monte Barrett, J.P. McEvoy, Charles Driscoll, H.J. Tuthill, John J. Welch, George Marcoux, Ed Reed, Al Zere, Don DeConn and Vernon Henkel. An early comics anthology published by Harry Chesler, featuring reprints of newspaper comic strips. Female reporter Jane Arden inherits an estate in England, but as always, there's a mystery attached. Pirate hero The Hawk fights for justice in Hawks of the Seas, by comics legend Will Eisner. The brave outlaw army of Gallant Knight Sir Neville seizes the castle of treasonous Baron Borek. Plus a profile of Hollywood star Madge Evans, and the early strip Lala Palooza by Rube Goldberg. Joe Palooka; They're Still Talking; Jane Arden; Mickey Finn; Off the Record; Modern Planes; Gallant Knight; Lala Palooza; Strange As It Seems; Off Side; The Clock Strikes; Slim and Tubby; Hawks of the Seas; Puzzle Phun; Flossie; Toddy; Pirates Ahoy; Ned Brant; Big Top; Dixie Dugan; Bungle Family; Lena Pry; Clip Chance at Cliffside. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    Feature Funnies (1937) 11

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    Stories and art by Will Eisner, Rube Goldberg, Ed Wheelan, Les Marshall, Lank Leonard, Ham Fisher, Mo Leff, John Hix, Russell E. Ross, J. H. Striebel, George Brenner, Bernard Baily, Bob Zuppke, R. W. Depew, Monte Barrett, J.P. McEvoy, Charles Driscoll, H.J. Tuthill, John J. Welch, George Marcoux, Ed Reed, Al Zere, Don DeConn and Vernon Henkel. An early comics anthology published by Harry Chesler, featuring reprints of newspaper comic strips. Female reporter Jane Arden suspects corporate executive Mr. Bleak of racketeering. Pioneering masked hero The Clock is framed for the murder of a real estate broker. Pirate hero The Hawk fights for justice in Hawks of the Seas, by comics legend Will Eisner. In an early Will Eisner strip, Archie O'Toole, new king of the island nation of Pyromania, abolishes spinach and fights a duel with his rival, Gil O. Teen. Plus the early strip Lala Palooza by Rube Goldberg. Joe Palooka; They're Still Talking; Jane Arden; Mickey Finn; Off the Record; Modern Planes; Gallant Knight; Lala Palooza; Strange As It Seems; Off Side; The Clock Strikes; Slim and Tubby; Hawks of the Seas; Puzzle Phun; Flossie; Toddy; Pirates Ahoy; Ned Brant; Big Top; Dixie Dugan; Bungle Family; Lena Pry; Clip Chance at Cliffside. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #12
    Feature Funnies (1937) 12

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    Cover by Ed Cronin. Stories and art by Will Eisner, Rube Goldberg, Terry Gilkison, Ed Wheelan, Lank Leonard, Ham Fisher, Mo Leff, John Hix, Russell E. Ross, J. H. Striebel, George Brenner, Bernard Baily, Bob Zuppke, R. W. Depew, Monte Barrett, J.P. McEvoy, Charles Driscoll, H.J. Tuthill, John J. Welch, George Marcoux, Ed Reed, Al Zere, and Vernon Henkel. An early comics anthology published by Harry Chesler, featuring reprints of newspaper comic strips. In order to combat his latest foe, pioneering masked hero The Clock accessorizes his suit with tear gas. Pirate hero The Hawk frees a ship full of slaves in Hawks of the Seas, by comics legend Will Eisner. In the early Will Eisner strip Archie O'Toole, Archie's rival Gil O. Teen tries to set Archie up with a female impersonator to humiliate the new king. Plus a profile of Hollywood star Katherine Hepburn, and the early strip Lala Palooza by Rube Goldberg. Joe Palooka; They're Still Talking; Jane Arden; Mickey Finn; Off the Record; Modern Planes; Gallant Knight; Lala Palooza; Strange As It Seems; Exciting Adventures; The Clock Strikes; Slim and Tubby; Hawks of the Seas; Puzzle Phun; Flossie; Toddy; Pirates Ahoy; Ned Brant; Big Top; Dixie Dugan; Bungle Family; Lena Pry; Clip Chance at Cliffside. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #13
    Feature Funnies (1937) 13

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    Cover by Lank Leonard. Stories and art by Will Eisner, Rube Goldberg, Stan Asch, Ed Wheelan, Lank Leonard, Ham Fisher, Mo Leff, John Hix, Russell E. Ross, J. H. Striebel, George Brenner, Bernard Baily, Bob Zuppke, R. W. Depew, Monte Barrett, J.P. McEvoy, Charles Driscoll, H.J. Tuthill, John J. Welch, George Marcoux, Ed Reed, Al Zere, and Vernon Henkel. An early comics anthology published by Harry Chesler, featuring reprints of newspaper comic strips. Pioneering masked hero The Clock gets involved in a labor dispute when an industrialist locks his employees out of his plant rather than give them a raise. Will Eisner's spy hero Black X meets an enemy agent who looks exactly like him. In the early Eisner strip Archie O'Toole, King Archie gets a new bodyguard when The Earl of Wintergreen beats Killer Diller in a boxing match. Plus a profile of Hollywood star Lionel Barrymore (great-uncle of Drew), and the early strip Lala Palooza by Rube Goldberg. Joe Palooka; They're Still Talking; Jane Arden; Mickey Finn; Off the Record; Gallant Knight; Lala Palooza; Strange As It Seems; Espionage Starring Black X; The Clock Strikes; Slim and Tubby; Captain Cook of Scotland Yard; Flossie; Toddy; Pirates Ahoy; Ned Brant; Big Top; Dixie Dugan; Bungle Family; Lena Pry; Clip Chance at Cliffside. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #14
    Feature Funnies (1937) 14

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    Cover by Ed Cronin. Stories and art by Will Eisner, Rube Goldberg, Art Pinajian, Ed Wheelan, Lank Leonard, Ham Fisher, Mo Leff, John Hix, Russell E. Ross, J. H. Striebel, George Brenner, Bernard Baily, Bob Zuppke, R. W. Depew, Monte Barrett, J.P. McEvoy, Charles Driscoll, H.J. Tuthill, John J. Welch, George Marcoux, Ed Reed, Al Zere, and Vernon Henkel. An early comics anthology published by Harry Chesler, featuring reprints of newspaper comic strips. Pioneering masked hero The Clock begins a new phase of his career after his secret identity is revealed. Will Eisner's spy hero Black X learns that foreign companies want to sabotage a new transatlantic airline. Gallant Knight Sir Neville must settle his differences with Sir Borat in single combat. Plus the early Eisner strip Archie O'Toole and the early strip Lala Palooza by Rube Goldberg. Joe Palooka; They're Still Talking; Jane Arden; Mickey Finn; Off the Record; Gallant Knight; Lala Palooza; Strange As It Seems; Espionage Starring Black X; The Clock Strikes; Slim and Tubby; Reynolds of the Mounted; Flossie; Toddy; Pirates Ahoy; Ned Brant; Big Top; Dixie Dugan; Bungle Family; Lena Pry; Clip Chance at Cliffside. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #15
    Feature Funnies (1937) 15

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    Cover by Ed Cronin. Stories and art by Will Eisner, Rube Goldberg, Art Pinajian, Ed Wheelan, Lank Leonard, Mo Leff (credited as Ham Fisher), John Hix, Russell E. Ross, J. H. Striebel, George Brenner, Bernard Baily, Bob Zuppke, R. W. Depew, Monte Barrett, J.P. McEvoy, Charles Driscoll, H.J. Tuthill, John J. Welch, George Marcoux, Ed Reed, Al Zere, and Vernon Henkel. An early comics anthology published by Harry Chesler, featuring reprints of newspaper comic strips. Will Eisner's spy hero Black X learns that a pirate submarine is sinking American ships, in an attempt to goad the (then still neutral) US into joining WWII. Far from home, Gallant Knight Sir Neville defends a lonely castle from strange invaders. In the early Eisner strip Archie O'Toole, King Archie goes to America to seek a loan for his country, Pyromania. Plus the early strip Lala Palooza by Rube Goldberg. Joe Palooka; They're Still Talking; Jane Arden; Mickey Finn; Off the Record; Gallant Knight; Lala Palooza; Strange As It Seems; Espionage Starring Black X; The Clock Strikes; Slim and Tubby; Reynolds of the Mounted; Flossie; Toddy; Pirates Ahoy; Ned Brant; Big Top; Dixie Dugan; Bungle Family; Lena Pry; Clip Chance at Cliffside. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #16
    Feature Funnies (1937) 16

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    Cover by Ed Cronin. Stories and art by Will Eisner, Rube Goldberg, Art Pinajian, Ed Wheelan, Lank Leonard, Mo Leff (credited as Ham Fisher), John Hix, Russell E. Ross, J. H. Striebel, George Brenner, Bernard Baily, Bob Zuppke, R. W. Depew, Monte Barrett, J.P. McEvoy, Charles Driscoll, H.J. Tuthill, John J. Welch, George Marcoux, Ed Reed, Al Zere, and Vernon Henkel. An early comics anthology published by Harry Chesler, featuring reprints of newspaper comic strips. Will Eisner's spy hero Black X and his sidekick Batu must stop saboteurs from blowing up the 71st Regiment. Gallant Knight Sir Neville is captured while trying to free a young lad from the Black Baron. In the early Eisner strip Archie O'Toole, King Archie eludes crooks and rescues a woman from a runaway balloon. Plus a profile of Hollywood star Hedy Lamarr, and the early strip Lala Palooza by Rube Goldberg. Joe Palooka; They're Still Talking; Jane Arden; Mickey Finn; Off the Record; Gallant Knight; Lala Palooza; Strange As It Seems; Espionage Starring Black X; The Clock Strikes; Slim and Tubby; Reynolds of the Mounted; Flossie; Toddy; Pirates Ahoy; Ned Brant; Big Top; Dixie Dugan; Bungle Family; Lena Pry; Clip Chance at Cliffside; The Barbarian. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #17
    Feature Funnies (1937) 17

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    Cover by Ed Cronin. Stories and art by Will Eisner, Rube Goldberg, Art Pinajian, Frank Frollo, Ed Wheelan, Lank Leonard, Mo Leff (credited as Ham Fisher), John Hix, Russell E. Ross, J. H. Striebel, George Brenner, Bernard Baily, Bob Zuppke, R. W. Depew, Monte Barrett, J.P. McEvoy, Charles Driscoll, H.J. Tuthill, John J. Welch, George Marcoux, Ed Reed, Al Zere, and Vernon Henkel. An early comics anthology published by Harry Chesler, featuring reprints of newspaper comic strips. Will Eisner's spy hero Black X and Batu pursue Dr. Stieble, who runs a clearinghouse for all spy information in North America. Gallant Knight Sir Neville battles a panther. In the early Will Eisner strip Archie O'Toole, King Archie returns to Pyromania with his eye on Suzy, but Vera Venom has plans to arrange-marry him. Plus the early strip Lala Palooza by Rube Goldberg. Joe Palooka; They're Still Talking; Jane Arden; Mickey Finn; Off the Record; Gallant Knight; Lala Palooza; Strange As It Seems; Espionage Starring Black X; The Clock Strikes; Slim and Tubby; Richard Manners; Reynolds of the Mounted; Flossie; Toddy; Pirates Ahoy; Ned Brant; Big Top; Dixie Dugan; Bungle Family; Lena Pry; Clip Chance at Cliffside; The Barbarian. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #18
    Feature Funnies (1937) 18

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    Cover by Ed Cronin. Stories and art by Will Eisner, Rube Goldberg, Art Pinajian, Frank Frollo, Ed Wheelan, Lank Leonard, Mo Leff (credited as Ham Fisher), John Hix, Russell E. Ross, J. H. Striebel, George Brenner, Bernard Baily, Bob Zuppke, R. W. Depew, Monte Barrett, J.P. McEvoy, Charles Driscoll, H.J. Tuthill, John J. Welch, George Marcoux, Ed Reed, Bill Sakren, and Vernon Henkel. An early comics anthology published by Harry Chesler, featuring reprints of newspaper comic strips. Will Eisner's spy hero Black X investigates after an American commercial plane is destroyed near a Chinese seaport. Slim and Tubby flee to the hills after escaping prison with Burns and Benton, but then they have a friendly visitor. In the early Eisner strip Archie O'Toole, King Archie encounters Doctor Finklestein, who wants to make a monster. Plus the early strip Lala Palooza by Rube Goldberg. Joe Palooka; They're Still Talking; Captain Cook of Scotland Yard; Jane Arden; Mickey Finn; Off the Record; Gallant Knight; Lala Palooza; Strange As It Seems; Espionage Starring Black X; The Clock Strikes; Slim and Tubby; Richard Manners; Reynolds of the Mounted; Mortimer Mum; Toddy; Pirates Ahoy; Ned Brant; Big Top; Dixie Dugan; Bungle Family; Lena Pry; Clip Chance at Cliffside; The Barbarian. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #19
    Feature Funnies (1937) 19
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    Cover by Lank Leonard. Stories and art by Will Eisner, Rube Goldberg, Art Pinajian, Frank Frollo, Ed Wheelan, Lank Leonard, Mo Leff (credited as Ham Fisher), John Hix, Russell E. Ross, J. H. Striebel, George Brenner, Bernard Baily, Bob Zuppke, R. W. Depew, Monte Barrett, J.P. McEvoy, Charles Driscoll, H.J. Tuthill, John J. Welch, George Marcoux, Ed Reed, Bill Sakren, and Vernon Henkel. An early comics anthology published by Harry Chesler, featuring reprints of newspaper comic strips. Will Eisner's spy hero Black X must prevent enemy agents from taking over the Panama Canal. Captain Cook of Scotland Yard is summoned back to London to join the hunt for the Candy Killer. In a charming early Eisner strip, King Archie O'Toole is bitten by a jitterbug and can't stop swing-dancing, until they find Count Hackula and dispatch him with a record-needle. Plus the early strip Lala Palooza by Rube Goldberg. Joe Palooka; They're Still Talking; Captain Cook of Scotland Yard; Jane Arden; Mickey Finn; Off the Record; Gallant Knight; Lala Palooza; Strange As It Seems; Espionage Starring Black X; The Clock Strikes; Slim and Tubby; Richard Manners; Reynolds of the Mounted; Mortimer Mum; Toddy; Pirates Ahoy; Ned Brant; Big Top; Dixie Dugan; Bungle Family; Lena Pry; Clip Chance at Cliffside; The Outcast. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #20
    Feature Funnies (1937) 20

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    Cover by Ed Cronin. Stories and art by Will Eisner, Rube Goldberg, Art Pinajian, Frank Frollo, Ed Wheelan, Lank Leonard, Mo Leff (credited as Ham Fisher), John Hix, Russell E. Ross, J. H. Striebel, George Brenner, Bernard Baily, Bob Zuppke, R. W. Depew, Monte Barrett, J.P. McEvoy, Charles Driscoll, H.J. Tuthill, John J. Welch, George Marcoux, Ed Reed, Bill Sakren, and Vernon Henkel. An early comics anthology published by Harry Chesler, featuring reprints of newspaper comic strips. Will Eisner's spy hero Black X goes undercover at a munitions factory to smoke out a saboteur, but almost gets smelted for his trouble. Pioneering masked hero The Clock is unmasked by ganglord Boss Marco, but no one can see the Clock's face and live. In the early Eisner strip Archie O'Toole, King Archie investigates the haunted east wing of the castle. Plus the early strip Lala Palooza by Rube Goldberg. Joe Palooka; They're Still Talking; Captain Cook of Scotland Yard; Jane Arden; Mickey Finn; Off the Record; Gallant Knight; Lala Palooza; Strange As It Seems; Espionage Starring Black X; The Clock Strikes; Slim and Tubby; Richard Manners; Reynolds of the Mounted; Mortimer Mum; Toddy; Pirates Ahoy; Ned Brant; The Mystery of Echo Island, Chapter 1: Man of Iron; Big Top; Dixie Dugan; Bungle Family; Lena Pry; Clip Chance at Cliffside; The Outcast. Final issue under this title; series continues as Feature Comics (1939) #21. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.