Snap (1944) comic books
- 1 1/2" Spine split from bottom. Centerfold detached from original single center staple.
Cover by Joe Beck. Stories and art by Bob Wood, Dick Ryan, Richard Speed, and Fred Schwab. Numbering continues from Scoop Comics (1941) #8. An early comics anthology published by Harry Chesler. Revived in modern times, ancient mystic Hale the Magician uses his powers and his magical spearhead to battle evil. Short comedy strips, sometimes just one panel, with titles like Jess Phoolin and Bows An' Arrows. Historical and educational strips, including comics biographies of Native American chieftains, and origins of famous phrases. Also featuring an early humor strip by Bob Wood, later one of the minds behind the notorious Crime Does Not Pay comic. Hale the Magician; Sources of Famous Quotations; I'm the Guy; Court of Inhuman Relations; Spots; 3rd Class Male Eddie; Cowboy Jake; Voice; Prince; Lonesome Luke; Third Alarm; Tenderfoot Joe; Crime on the Run; Ad-Ventures at the Circus; Chief Bad Hawk; You're In the Army Now; Manhunters--Guardians of the Law; Jess Phoolin; Killer McGee; Bows An' Arrows; Chief Pakagon. Final issue under this title; numbering continues with Jest (1944) #10. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.