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Re-upload in cbr format to correct Preview feature error.
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Issue: #37
Published: October 1949, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing: Leon Harvey
Color: Full Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U.S.; Later Standard Silver Age U.S. Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched; Later Squarebound (#116 - #118) Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Featuring: Joe Palooka
Credits: Pencils: Ham Fisher | Inks: Ham Fisher
Genre: Humor Sports
Characters: Joe Palooka

Comic Story (13 pages) The Joe Palooka Story: Joe as a Boy
Featuring: Joe Palooka
Credits: Pencils: Ham Fisher | Inks: Ham Fisher
Genre: Humor Sports
Characters: Joe Palooka

Advertisement (1 page) Captain Tootsie to the Rescue!
Synopsis: ad for Tootsie Rolls.
Credits: Pencils: C. C. Beck | Inks: C. C. Beck

Comic Story (2 pages) The Joe Palooka Story: Gregory, the Prize Dog"
Featuring: Joe Palooka
Credits: Pencils: Ham Fisher | Inks: Ham Fisher
Genre: Humor Sports
Characters: Joe Palooka

Advertisement (1 page) Beating the Best at the Fair
Synopsis: ad for Gillette Bicycle Tires.

Comic Story (2 pages) Little Max: Man of Distinction
Featuring: Joe Palooka
Credits: Pencils: Ham Fisher | Inks: Ham Fisher
Genre: Humor
Characters: Little Max Joe Palooka

Comic Story (2 pages) Humphrey: Shopping Daze
Featuring: Joe Palooka
Credits: Pencils: Ham Fisher | Inks: Ham Fisher
Genre: Humor
Characters: Humphrey

Text Story (1 page) Joe Palooka's Album
Featuring: Joe Palooka
Synopsis: Subjects: Down Under (1956 Olympics); Wired Up (Harold Whitlock); Pay-Off (Billy Rogell & Patsy Donovan); Here and There (Jack Dempsey vs Joe Louis).
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: Non-fiction Sports
Characters: Harold Whitlock Billy Rogell Patsy Donovan Jack Dempsey Joe Louis

Comic Story (1 page) Sportopics: America's Most Graceful Athletes are the Gymnasts
Credits: Script: Tom Doerer | Pencils: Tom Doerer | Inks: Tom Doerer
Genre: Sports

Comic Story (2 pages) Joe Palooka Short Story: Knobby's Game of Golf
Featuring: Joe Palooka
Credits: Pencils: Ham Fisher | Inks: Ham Fisher
Genre: Humor Sports
Characters: Knobby Joe Palooka

Comic Story (2 pages) True-Thrilling Sport Short: The Story of Lon Warneke
Genre: Sports
Characters: Lon Warneke

Text Story (1 page) Sportales
Synopsis: Subjects: Comeback (Yale vs Georgia); Mistaken Identity (Jack Onslow); Count 'em (How many dimples on a golf ball?); Partially Reimbursed (Joe Kuhel); There's Always a Chance (Philadelphia Phillies).
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: Sports
Characters: Jack Onslow Joe Kuhel

Comic Story (1 page) Ring Champs of To-Day
Synopsis: Background on current Boxers.
Genre: Sports
Characters: Kid Gavilan Lee Savold

Advertisement (1 page) The Sad Sack: Learn Boxing!
Featuring: Sad Sack
Synopsis: ad for Sad Sack's own series.
Credits: Pencils: George Baker | Inks: George Baker
Genre: Humor Military
Characters: Sad Sack

Advertisement (1 page) The Insult That Turned a Chump into a Champ
Synopsis: This is a Charles Atlas ad.

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