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Issue: #33
Published: May 1947, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 52, Editing:
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age US Paper Stock: Newsprint Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Credits: Pencils: Bob Wickersham [as Wick] (signed) | Inks: Bob Wickersham [as Wick] (signed)
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals

Promo (ad From The Publisher) (1 page)

Comic Story (9 pages)
Featuring: Supermouse
Synopsis: Disgruntled villain J. Hooligan Frump wants castor-oil flavored ice cream. When he can't get it, he threatens the world with his invention, the Duplicator Ray. He manages to cause all sorts of trouble until Supermouse is on the case. Supermouse gets caught in the ray, and must fight a duplicate of himself.
Credits: Script: Richard Hughes | Pencils: Allan Hubbard | Inks: Allan Hubbard | Letters: Tubby Millar
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Supermouse Annabel J. Hooligan Frump (villain)

Comic Story (8 pages)
Featuring: Tuffy
Synopsis: Tuffy is hit on the head by a potted plant from a window above, and is visited the miniature being Weejie, the custodian of the magic plant, now in the service of Tuffy. The plant's magic makes Tuffy a famous cartoonist, worth big money...or was that all a dream while being knocked out by the initial knock to the head?
Credits: Script: Jack Bradbury (signed) | Pencils: Jack Bradbury (signed) | Inks: Jack Bradbury (signed) | Letters: Tubby Millar
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Tuffy The Cat Weejie (introduction) Muggs

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Samuel Spaniel
Synopsis: Samuel is visited by a young pig who wants to dig for roots in his yard. When Samuel turns him out, the young pig is offended, calling Samuel 'undemocratic', and brings his Papa. Not wanting trouble, Samuel must socialize with the pigs, which unfortunately means a sharing a meal at the pigs' trough.
Credits: Pencils: Lynn Karp | Inks: Lynn Karp | Letters: Tubby Millar
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Samuel Spaniel

Text Story (2 pages) Ferdinand's Bafflers
Credits: Script: Alexander Samalman | Pencils: Jim Tyer | Inks: Jim Tyer | Colours: ? (illustration) | Letters: Jim Tyer; Typeset
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Ferdinand Fox Herbert Hare Robert Rabbit Oliver Skunk Simon Squirrel Donald Deer

Comic Story (8 pages) De Squoil In a Tree That Grew Up in Brooklyn
Featuring: Dodger
Synopsis: Dodger has spent the Fall storing nuts in a tree that gets sold to a California park. He decides to go along for the ride, but gets separated from the tree in transit. He asks several animals he meets if they saw his tree going down the road, and they all assume he is crazy.
Credits: Script: Jack Cosgriff | Pencils: Al Hubbard | Inks: Al Hubbard | Letters: Tubby Millar
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Dodger

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Hucky Duck
Synopsis: Hucky decides to play hooky from school for the day, and takes elaborate pains not to be caught. He should have remembered that today is Saturday.
Credits: Script: Jack Bradbury | Pencils: Jack Bradbury | Inks: Jack Bradbury | Letters: Tubby Millar
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Hucky Duck Ol' Jones

Comic Story (2 pages)
Featuring: The Yehootys
Synopsis: Two young boys keep fighting and their Uncle tries to teach them peaceful ways with old sayings. The boys keep up their fighting, turning their Uncle's words to meet their ends.
Credits: Script: Hubie Karp [as H.R. Karp] | Pencils: Lynn Karp (signed) | Inks: Lynn Karp (signed) | Letters: Tubby Millar
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Hoot Hooty Uncle Yehooty

Text Story (1 page) The Laughing Grasshopper
Credits: Script: Mickey Marks | Pencils: Al Hubbard ? | Inks: Al Hubbard ? | Colours: ? (illustration) | Letters: Typeset
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Petie Cricket Barney Grasshopper

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Custer
Synopsis: Custer is being driven crazy by his border, the inventor Professor Tweedle. It's so bad that Custer dreams of the trouble the Professor will bring, and he takes action to make sure his dreams don't come true.
Credits: Script: Gil Turner (signed) | Pencils: Gil Turner (signed) | Inks: Gil Turner (signed) | Letters: Tubby Millar
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Custer Prof. Tweedle

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