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Printed by Wm. H. Wise in 1944 on behalf of Fox as a way to get around WWII paper rationing. A mixed bag giant comic of 196 pages.
Rangerhouse scans. David Miles edits. From the JVJ Collection.
Issue: #[nn] [1944]
Published: 1944, Price: 0.50 USD, Pages: 196, Editing: Victor Fox
Color: Color Dimensions: Giant-Size; 7" X 9 3/4" (1946 Issue) Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Squarebound Publishing Format:
Notes: "Great Comic Library" appears on the back cover along with "World's Best Comics".
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Credits: Pencils: Lou Ferstadt (figures surrounding comic book) | Inks: Louis Ferstadt

Credits, Title Page (1 page) Contents

Comic Story (10 pages) The Murder In Masquerade
Featuring: Bouncer
Synopsis: Anteas Jr. picks up Don and George, two boys who were chosen to share a Bouncer adventure. They attend a masquerade ball, with the Bouncer as Anteas Jr. and Anteas Jr. as the Bouncer. Penny, the district attorney's daughter, is abducted and replaced with Star, the girlfriend of gangster Fever. When the crooks rob the ball's charity funds, Star shoots a man who tries to stop them, and Penny gets the blame. Anteas Jr. and the Bouncer solve the case and clear Penny.
Credits: Script: Robert Kanigher ? [as Lew Howe] | Pencils: Lou Ferstadt | Inks: Lou Ferstadt
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Bouncer Anteas Jr. Don Smith George Samarra Jr. Penny Manly Fever Star Numbness District Attorney Manly

Comic Story (10 pages) Modern Hercules
Featuring: Bouncer
Synopsis: Gangster Balloon hates the Bouncer; when he sees a picture of the ancient Hercules defeating the Bouncer, the crook hires modern day wrestler Hercules and his twin brother to attack the superhero. The Bouncer and Anteas Jr. defeat them, and the two wrestlers agree to change sides. They all participate in a charity wrestling tournament that Balloon plans to rob. This plan is foiled by the Bouncer.
Credits: Script: Robert Kanigher ? [as Lew Howe] | Pencils: Louis Ferstadt | Inks: Lou Ferstadt
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Bouncer Anteas Jr. Hercules Balloon Blackie Penny Manly Hercules' Brother

Comic Story (6 pages) Selura
Featuring: Rocket Kelly
Synopsis: Kelly, Sue, and Whacky are in Kelly's rocket plane when it goes out of control, leaves Earth, and lands on the planet Selura. They meet various odd beings. The Wise One says these are "misfits," banished from the Outer Rings where the "true Selurians...an intelligent but somewhat cruel people" live.
Credits: Script: Robert Kanigher [as Ted Small]
Genre: Science Fiction
Characters: Captain Patrick Kelly Sue Andrews Whacky Gilad The Wise One

Comic Story (6 pages) Wise One
Featuring: Rocket Kelly
Synopsis: On the planet Selura, the Wise One explains to Kelly, Sue and Whacky that the "misfits" they have met are the failed results of the Selurians to perfect their race. Kelly agrees to pose as a deceased "misfit" so his "corpse" will be taken to the Outer Rings for examination by the Selurians. When the Selurians arrive to pick him up, Kelly shoots them and proves to the Wise One that they aren't immortal. The Wise One says his people will "settle peaceably with the Outer Ring" now that they don't have to fear their oppressors.
Credits: Script: Robert Kanigher [as Ted Small]
Genre: Science Fiction
Characters: Captain Patrick Kelly Sue Andrews Whacky The Wise One Gilad Big Ears

Comic Story (10 pages) The Man Who Made Dreams Come True
Featuring: Puppeteer
Credits: Pencils: Lou Ferstadt | Inks: Lou Ferstadt
Genre: Superhero

Comic Story (6 pages) One Round Hogan Vs Battling Bradford
Featuring: One Round Hogan
Synopsis: Hogan is making a comeback but cancels a bout in New York because his father is going to be there and Hogan doesn't want him to know his son is a boxer. His manager Spigot convinces Hogan to confess everything after he's the champion. However, in the middle of the bout Hogan realises his father is in the audience and is cheering for him. Hogan knocks out Bradford and becomes champion.
Credits: Script: ? [as Joe Logan] | Pencils: Al Zere | Inks: Al Zere
Genre: Sports
Characters: Tim "One Round" Hogan [Tim Curran] Blimp Spigot Barnett Dad Curran Battling Bradford

Comic Story (6 pages) Light Heavyweight Champion of the World
Featuring: One Round Hogan
Synopsis: Hogan tells his father that he wants to move up to the heavyweight class and will retire from boxing when he wins that title. Hogan is kidnaped by gangster Blackie's men to force his manager Spigot to sell 50% of Hogan's contract. Spigot refuses and Hogan also won't cooperate. Hogan escapes from his captors and arrives at the arena just in time to win the championship fight.
Credits: Script: ? [as Jo Logan] | Pencils: Al Zere | Inks: Al Zere
Genre: Sports
Characters: Tim "One Round" Hogan Spigot Barnett Dad Curran Blimp Blackie Muratore Spike

Comic Story (6 pages) Elephants at Large
Featuring: One Round Hogan
Synopsis: Now that he's the champion, Hogan gets many offers from movies, etc. He takes a job with a circus, fighting exhibition bouts so he can train at the same time. Hogan warns Spigot that he was "shell shocked in Africa" and mustn't see wild animals. Crooked manager Conners learns of Hogan's phobia. He sends Ranger McCoy to fight Hogan then releases some elephants. McCoy stops the stampede and apologises to Hogan for participating in the scheme.
Credits: Script: ? [as Jo Logan] | Pencils: Al Zere | Inks: Al Zere
Genre: Sports
Characters: Tim "One Round" Hogan Spigot Barnett Pinky Conners Ranger McCoy Kelly

Comic Story (6 pages) Nylon Murders
Featuring: Joan Mason Reporter
Credits: Script: Art Allen (credited) | Pencils: George Appel | Inks: George Appel
Genre: Crime
Characters: Joan Mason

Comic Story (6 pages) Firebug
Featuring: Joan Mason Reporter
Credits: Script: Art Allen (credited) | Pencils: George Appel | Inks: George Appel
Genre: Crime

Comic Story (6 pages) Murder At The Opera
Featuring: Joan Mason Reporter
Credits: Script: Art Allen (credited) | Pencils: George Appel | Inks: George Appel
Genre: Crime
Characters: Joan Mason

Comic Story (1 page)
Featuring: This 'N That
Credits: Script: Walt Egan (credited)
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (1 page)
Featuring: Minit Mystery
Credits: Script: Tom Canby (credited)
Genre: Crime

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Joy Family
Synopsis: Cuthbert and Skeffingby, waiting for their wives to have babies, are held up by a crooked cab driver who changes his mind when he learns of their situation. He buys them both baby furnishings, but the store doesn't deliver. Cuthbert convinces a mover to pick up the stuff but while he's waiting, he's arrested by the police for obstruction. They change their minds and give Cuthbert a police escort back to the hospital, where his new baby daughter is waiting.
Credits: Script: ? [as SAM] | Pencils: Al Zere | Inks: Al Zere
Genre: Humor
Characters: Cuthbert Joy Judy Joy Pinky Joy Skeffingby Finnegan Peoria Joy

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Joy Family
Synopsis: Cuthbert and his son Pinky set off to see the new baby, but are joined by "maid" Roweena and a host of Pinky's pals. The nurse says only Cuthbert can come in. Cuthbert promises to get a pass and sneak the children in one at a time. A guard pursues him, and Cuthbert disguises himself as a woman to escape, but runs into a cop and smashes the policeman's basket of eggs. The judge sends Cuthbert home and he learns his wife and baby arrived an hour ago by cab.
Credits: Script: ? [as SAM] | Pencils: Al Zere | Inks: Al Zere
Genre: Humor Domestic
Characters: Cuthbert Joy Roweena Pinky Joy Peoria Joy Pete Horan

Comic Story (6 pages) Tale of the counterfeit coins
Featuring: Dick Transom
Synopsis: Private eye Dick thinks he's solved the case of counterfeit coins flooding the city, but he just wins first prize in high society Mrs. Van Oop's treasure hunt.
Credits: Script: ? [as Hap Harris] | Pencils: Al Zere | Inks: Al Zere
Genre: Humor Crime
Characters: Dick Transom;Joe Jeffrey Mrs. Van Oop

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Dick Transom
Synopsis: Private detective Dick decides to return to the police force since business is bad. A fleeing robber tricks Dick into holding a bag full of loot. When the man's henchmen try to retrieve the bag, Dick won't give it to them and discovers they're crooks. He arrests the gang and reopens his detective agency.
Credits: Script: ? [as Hap Harris] | Pencils: Al Zere | Inks: Al Zere
Genre: Humor Crime
Characters: Dick Transom Gerald Drew Commissioner

Comic Story (10 pages) His Doubtful Double
Featuring: Green Mask
Credits: Script: Jack Fiske (credited)
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Johnny Green Green Mask

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: O'Brine Twins
Credits: Script: Larry Page (credited)
Genre: Humor
Characters: Waterman O'Brine Wetmore O'Brine Time Immemorial Man

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: O'Brine Twins
Credits: Script: Larry Page (credited)
Genre: Humor
Characters: Wetmore O'Brine Waterman O'Brine

Comic Story (3 pages)
Featuring: Gussie The Gob
Credits: Pencils: Abner Moore [as Ab Moore] | Inks: Abner Moore [as Ab Moore]
Genre: Humor
Characters: Gussie Paul

Comic Story (3 pages)
Featuring: Gussie The Gob
Credits: Pencils: Abner Moore [as Ab Moore] | Inks: Abner Moore [as Ab Moore]
Genre: Humor
Characters: Gussie Paul Vicki

Comic Story (3 pages)
Featuring: Mike The M.P.
Credits: Script: Tod Kay (credited)
Genre: Humor
Characters: Mike

Comic Story (3 pages)
Featuring: Mike The M.P.
Credits: Script: Tod Kay (credited)
Genre: Humor
Characters: Mike

Comic Story (4 pages)
Featuring: Pussy Katnip
Credits: Script: Len Short (signed)
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Pussy Katnip

Comic Story (3 pages) The Unfortunate Fortune Teller
Featuring: Pussy Katnip
Credits: Script: Len Short (signed)
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals

Comic Story (4 pages) Bottled Misery
Featuring: Snooky
Credits: Script: Toby (credited)
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Snooky Honeybear

Comic Story (3 pages)
Featuring: Snooky
Credits: Script: Toby (credited)
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Snooky Honeybear

Comic Story (1 page)
Featuring: Sky High
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (3 pages) Cleans Up
Featuring: Gwendolyn
Credits: Script: Bert Bain (credited)
Genre: Humor
Characters: Gwendolyn

Comic Story (1 page)
Featuring: Minit Mystery
Credits: Script: Tom Canby (credited)
Genre: Crime

Comic Story (1 page)
Featuring: This 'N That
Credits: Script: Walt Egan (credited)
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Karrots
Credits: Script: Cy King (credited)
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Karrots Goopy Robbie Robot

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Crime at No. 9
Credits: Script: Cy King (credited)
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals

Comic Story (4 pages)
Featuring: Sweet Sue
Credits: Script: Pat King (credited)
Genre: Humor Children

Comic Story (3 pages)
Featuring: Sis & Jr.
Credits: Script: Mac Miller (credited)
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (3 pages)
Featuring: Sis & Jr.
Credits: Script: Mac Miller (credited)
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Illuso
Credits: Script: King (credited)
Genre: Humor
Characters: Illuso, Master Of Magic

Comic Story (6 pages) The Marauder Comet
Featuring: Rick Evans
Credits: Script: Stan Ford (credited)
Genre: Science Fiction
Characters: Rick Evans Stringbean Astra Igno, Master Of Flame (villain)

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