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Thanks to Yoc for the editing assist!
Issue: #30
Published: [September] 1950, Price: 0.00 FREE, Pages: 16, Editing:
Color: Four Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U. S. Paper Stock: Newsprint Binding: Saddle-stitched Or Glued Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
Notes: Publication date based on research from the Pogo Fan Club.
 Comic Contents:
Comic Story (16 pages)
Featuring: The Adventures of Peter Wheat
Synopsis: Grand Wizard has hidden hornet knights in some boxes in the bakery. When they are let out, they take over the bakery, despite fierce defense from Dragonel and Beetle. Sammy Sweet and the bakers souse the knights in syrup at the end, and all is well ... for the time being ...
Credits: Script: Walt Kelly | Pencils: Walt Kelly | Inks: Walt Kelly | Letters: ?; typeset
Genre: Adventure Anthropomorphic-funny Animals Children
Characters: The Jolly Bakers Peter Wheat Dragonel Sammy Sweet Grand Wizard A Band Of Hornet Knights Beetle

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Featuring: Peter Wheat Bread
Credits: Pencils: ? (spot illustration) | Inks: ? (spot illustration) | Letters: typeset

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