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Issue: #3
Published: July 1948, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 52, Editing:
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age US Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format:
Notes: Covers printed and Books bound by The Curtiss Way Corporation, Meriden, Conn.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Credits: Pencils: Allen Ulmer | Inks: Allen Ulmer
Characters: Vic Damone Peggy Lee

Comic Story (1 page) Peggy Lee
Featuring: Sweetheart of the Juke Box
Synopsis: Profile of singer Peggy Lee.
Credits: Pencils: Phil Berube | Inks: Phil Berube | Letters: Phil Berube
Characters: Peggy Lee

Comic Story (4 pages) Vaughn Monroe Racing with the Moon
Synopsis: Vaughn fights bad weather to make it to a concert on time.
Credits: Pencils: Sid Greene (signed) | Inks: Sid Greene (signed)
Characters: Vaughn Monroe

Comic Story (4 pages) Count Basie
Synopsis: Count Basie recounts how he saved his trumpet player from drowning.
Credits: Pencils: Jimmy Thompson | Inks: Jimmy Thompson
Characters: Count Basie

Comic Story (3 pages) Jan August and His Piano Magic
Synopsis: The story of how pianist Jan August obtained a recording contract.
Credits: Pencils: Ed Moore (signed) | Inks: Ed Moore (signed)
Characters: Jan August Irving Gwirta

Text Article (2 pages) Your Record Review
Synopsis: Brief reviews of records by Perry Como, The Squadronaires; Count Basie, Tony Pastor, David Rose, Sammy Kaye, The Sportsmen, Freddy Slack; Buddy Clark & Doris Day, Freddy Martin, Johnny Johnston, Ella Mae Morse, Sam Browne, Billy Daniels, Shirley Moore, Mel Torme, Margaret Whiting, Helen Forrest, Gordon MacRae, Harry Roy Orchestra, Dinah Shore, Jimmy Dorsey, Bob Houston, Les Brown and Duke Ellington.
Credits: Letters: typeset

Comic Story (4 pages) Vic Damone
Synopsis: The story of how Vic Damone was developed into a recording and performing star.
Credits: Pencils: Allen Ulmer | Inks: Allen Ulmer
Characters: Vic Damone Lou Capone Arthur Godfrey

Comic Story (1 page) Bing Crosby, Monica Lewis, Vaughn Monroe, Johnnie Johnston
Synopsis: Caricatures and facts about various stars. Bing Crosby is highlighted.
Credits: Script: Phil Berube | Pencils: Phil Berube (signed) | Inks: Phil Berube (signed) | Letters: Phil Berube
Characters: Bing Crosby Monica Lewis Vaughn Monroe Johnnie Johnston

Comic Story (4 pages) Eddie Cantor
Synopsis: The story of Eddie Cantor's rise to fame.
Credits: Pencils: Jerry Fasano | Inks: Jerry Fasano
Characters: Eddie Cantor Jimmy Durante Gus Edwards

Comic Story (4 pages) Johnny Long
Synopsis: Johnny reminisces about some of the odd moments in his career as a band leader.
Credits: Pencils: Ruth Atkinson | Inks: Ruth Atkinson
Characters: Johnny Long

Comic Story (4 pages) Ella Fitzgerald the Cinderella of Song
Synopsis: The beginning of Ella's career under the guidance of Chick Webb.
Credits: Pencils: Alex Toth | Inks: Alex Toth ?; Frank Giacoia ?
Characters: Ella Fitzgerald Chick Webb

Comic Story (5 pages) Harry James
Synopsis: The story of Harry James, who went from circus performer to top trumpet player.
Credits: Pencils: Jimmy Thompson | Inks: Jimmy Thompson
Characters: Harry James Benny Goodman Betty Grable

Text Article (2 pages) That Sentimental Gentleman Tommy Dorsey
Synopsis: A brief biography of Tommy Dorsey.
Credits: Letters: typeset
Characters: Tommy Dorsey

Comic Story (1 page) Woody Herman, Les Brown, Hildegarde, Ethel Smith
Synopsis: Caricatures and bits about various musicians with the spotlight on Woody Herman.
Credits: Script: Phil Berube | Pencils: Phil Berube (signed) | Inks: Phil Berube (signed) | Letters: Phil Berube
Characters: Woody Herman Les Brown Hildegarde Ethel Smith

Comic Story (6 pages) Enter the Juke Box Dance Contest
Featuring: Jivey and Groovy
Synopsis: Jivey tries to rig a dance contest by using itching powder on his competition.
Credits: Pencils: Mike Roy (signed) | Inks: Mike Roy (signed)
Characters: Jivey Groovy Sloo-Foot Jackson

Comic Story (2 pages) Larry Adler - Know Your Judges
Synopsis: Harmonica-player Larry illustrates the importance of knowing the backround of judges in a music contest.
Credits: Pencils: Gil Kane | Inks: Gil Kane ? ; Frank Giacoia ?
Characters: Larry Adler

Comic Story (2 pages) Andy Russell
Synopsis: Andy deals with an enthusiastic amorous fan.
Characters: Andy Russell

Promo (ad From The Publisher) (1 page) Famous Stars Praise Juke Box Comics
Synopsis: Several musical stars endorse Juke Box Comics.
Credits: Script: Tommy Dorsey; Sammy Kaye; Vaughn Monroe; Ella Fitzgerald | Letters: typeset

Advertisement (1 page) New Capitol Albums
Featuring: Capitol Records
Synopsis: Ads for Peggy Lee's Rendezvous album and Andy Russell's Love Notes album.
Credits: Letters: typeset
Characters: Peggy Lee Andy Russell

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