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Mickey Finn (1942) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Mickey Finn (1942) 1
    • Paper: Slightly britle
    • Slab: Scuffing on front and back of case; Scuffing to inner well of case
    • Label #1007727006

    Stories and art by Lank Leonard and Frank Beck. Reprints of the Mickey Finn newspaper strip by Lank Leonard. A city cop, Mickey had adventures that were a mixture of drama and comedy; his ne'er-do-well Uncle Phil often served as the focus of the comedy. The backup strip featured the adventures of little boy Junior and his dog Bo. Bo and Junior try to get rid of pesky flies; The kids go fishing and try to keep Bo from scaring off the fish; Mickey plays with the police department basketball team. Mickey Finn; Bo; Hoosegow Herman. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Mickey Finn (1942) 2
    Published 1942 by Eastern.
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  • Issue #3
    Mickey Finn (1942) 3
    Published 1942 by Eastern.

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    Stories and art by Lank Leonard and Alfred Andriola. Reprints of the Mickey Finn newspaper strip by Lank Leonard. A city cop, Mickey had adventures that were a mixture of drama and comedy; his ne'er-do-well Uncle Phil often served as the focus of the comedy. The backup strip in this issue featured legendary detective Charlie Chan. Mickey gets engaged to Kitty Kelly and is chosen to pitch for the department's baseball team in the same week. Mickey is cast as the star of a jungle movie. Charlie Chan investigates when a crimelord tries to gain control of a baseball team by causing accidents on the field. Mickey Finn; Charlie Chan. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    Mickey Finn (1942) 4
    Published 1942 by Eastern.

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    Stories and art by Lank Leonard and Frank Beck. Cover by Mo Weiss. Reprints of the Mickey Finn newspaper strip by Lank Leonard. A city cop, Mickey had adventures that were a mixture of drama and comedy; his ne'er-do-well Uncle Phil often served as the focus of the comedy. The backup strip featured the adventures of little boy Junior and his dog Bo. Mickey struggles to get used to Hollywood during the shooting of his motion picture, King of the Jungle. Mickey's Uncle Phil falls for an elaborate scam. Junior risks freezing and his parents' wrath to pull Bo out of a frozen pond. Mickey Finn; Bo; All In a Lifetime. 56 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    Mickey Finn (1942) 5
    Published 1944 by Eastern.
    • Centerfold detached at one staple.

    Stories and art by Lank Leonard and Frank Beck. Reprints of the Mickey Finn newspaper strip by Lank Leonard. A city cop, Mickey had adventures that were a mixture of drama and comedy; his ne'er-do-well Uncle Phil often served as the focus of the comedy. The backup strip featured the adventures of little boy Junior and his dog Bo. Mickey must give a speech to a civic club on the prevention of crime; Junior is ordered to keep his room; Mickey's Uncle Phil has another get-rich-quick scheme. Mickey Finn; Bo. 52 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Mickey Finn (1942) 6
    Published 1944 by Eastern.

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    Stories and art by Lank Leonard and Frank Beck. Cover by Lank Leonard. Reprints of the Mickey Finn newspaper strip by Lank Leonard. A city cop, Mickey had adventures that were a mixture of drama and comedy; his ne'er-do-well Uncle Phil often served as the focus of the comedy. The backup strip featured the adventures of little boy Junior and his dog Bo. Mickey and Tom have adventures on a cross-country trip to find a kidnapped boy. Mickey Finn; Bo. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    Mickey Finn (1942) 7
    Published 1945 by Eastern.

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    Stories and art by Lank Leonard. Cover by Lank Leonard. Reprints of the Mickey Finn newspaper strip by Lank Leonard. A city cop, Mickey had adventures that were a mixture of drama and comedy; his ne'er-do-well Uncle Phil often served as the focus of the comedy. Mickey and Tom find the kidnappers after a nationwide hunt and fight to free their hostage. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    Mickey Finn (1942) 8
    Published 1945 by Eastern.

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  • Issue #9
    Mickey Finn (1942) 9
    Published 1945 by Eastern.

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  • Issue #10
    Mickey Finn (1942) 10
    Published 1945 by Eastern.

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    Stories and art by Lank Leonard and Frank Beck. Reprints of the Mickey Finn newspaper strip by Lank Leonard. A city cop, Mickey had adventures that were a mixture of drama and comedy; his ne'er-do-well Uncle Phil often served as the focus of the comedy. The backup strip featured the adventures of little boy Junior and his dog Bo. Mickey gets demoted and loses his sergeant stripes after an altercation. Mickey Finn; Bo. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    Mickey Finn (1942) 11
    Published 1945 by Eastern.

    Stories and art by Lank Leonard and Frank Beck. Reprints of the Mickey Finn newspaper strip by Lank Leonard. A city cop, Mickey had adventures that were a mixture of drama and comedy; his ne'er-do-well Uncle Phil often served as the focus of the comedy. The backup strip featured the adventures of little boy Junior and his dog Bo. Mickey is exonerated after his demotion; Uncle Phil runs for city alderman; Mickey gets restored to the rank of detective sergeant. Mickey Finn; Bo. 52 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #12
    Mickey Finn (1942) 12
    Published 1948 by Eastern.

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    Stories and art by Lank Leonard, Tom DeAngelo, Marion Bailey, Mart Bailey and Frank Beck. Reprints of the Mickey Finn newspaper strip by Lank Leonard. A city cop, Mickey had adventures that were a mixture of drama and comedy; his ne'er-do-well Uncle Phil often served as the focus of the comedy. The backup strip featured the adventures of little boy Junior and his dog Bo. Tom's car is stolen, leading Tom and Mickey to Jack Daw's auto-theft gang; Sparky Watts is hired as the "before" guy in a TV promotion for a super-vitamin. Mickey Finn; Bo; Brass Knuckles; Sparky Watts. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #13
    Mickey Finn (1942) 13
    Published 1948 by Eastern.
    • Staple rust.

    Stories and art by Lank Leonard and Frank Beck. Cover by Mart Bailey. Reprints of the Mickey Finn newspaper strip by Lank Leonard. A city cop, Mickey had adventures that were a mixture of drama and comedy; his ne'er-do-well Uncle Phil often served as the focus of the comedy. The backup strip featured the adventures of little boy Junior and his dog Bo. Tom and Mickey track down Jack Daw's auto-theft gang; The police plan a raid on Tex Earl's gambling house. Mickey Finn; Bo. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #14
    Mickey Finn (1942) 14
    Published 1948 by Eastern.
    • 1.5" Cumulative spine split. Cover detached.
  • Issue #15
    Mickey Finn (1942) 15
    Published 1949 by Eastern.